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(answered) – 1 of 50 The period of American history after the War for AmericanDescriptionSolution downloadThe Question1 ?of?50The period of American history after the War for American Independence in which the United States was formally independent from England, but was still vulnerable to the actions of England and other European powers, is known as the period of ________.anti-aggressioncivil administrationneo-colonialismpostmodernismQuestion2 ?of?50Occurring on October 16, 1859, _______ attacked a federal arsenal at Harpers Ferry, Virginia, and hoped to provoke a general uprising of slaves throughout the Upper South or at least provide arms for slaves to make their way to freedom.Bleeding Kansas Rebellionthe Free Soil PartyJohn Brown’s RaidPop?’s RevoltQuestion3 ?of?50The Gadsden Purchase consisted of _______.a strip of southwestern desert for a transcontinental railroad linking the Deep South with the Pacific Coasta tract of land in the Pacific Northwest that allowed for travel by foot around mountains within the United States bordera small area of land that ran between the Rio Grande and Mississippi Riversa line of coastal land that connected the Pacific Northwest coast of the United States to AlaskaQuestion4 ?of?50Which of the following was?not?one of the reasons why the North won the Civil War?The North’s naval strategy paid off.The South had a woefully inadequate transportation system.Measures like conscription and taxes that were used to strengthen the South’s ability to win the war were inconsistent with the ideas that helped to give birth to the Confederacy.The North focused only on destruction of the South’s armies, recognizing that destruction of resources was a waste of time.Question5 ?of?50In 1855, _______ became a significant battleground as Northerners and Southerners sought to populate the state and control its legislature.ColoradoKansasOklahomaTexasQuestion6 ?of?50Which of the following was?NOT?one of the three distinct types of cities that emerged during the years of rapid economic growth in the mid-1800s?commercial centersmill townsreligious communitiestransportation hubsQuestion7 ?of?50Which of the following was?not?one of the justifications for slavery that was provided in the American South in the mid-nineteenth century?A biblical justification that was based in part on the curse that had fallen upon the son of Ham, one of Noah’s children.A legal justification that rested on the Constitution’s refusal to forbid slavery.A pseudo-scientific justification that argued that blacks had been created separately as an inherently inferior race.A historical justification that suggested that all of the great ancient civilizations had fallen because they did not have slavery.Question8 ?of?50In his inaugural address in 1861, Abraham Lincoln stated that he would work to force all states in the United States to abolish slavery.truefalseQuestion9 ?of?50_______ is the name for the era following the Civil War in which the states that had formed the Confederacy were reintegrated into the Union.ReconstructionRedeterminationReparationReunionizationQuestion10 ?of?50The _______ were laws passed in the South after the Civil War that qualified and reduced the rights of African Americans.Alien and Sedition ActsBlack CodesFugitive Slave LawsRedemption StatutesQuestion11 ?of?50In _______, individuals would receive seed, fertilizer, implements, food, and clothing in return for a landlord telling them what and how much to grow and taking a share of the harvest.multifarmingsharecroppingslaverytenant farmingQuestion12 ?of?50Which of the following was?NOT?one of the four main issues that Zachary Taylor faced upon becoming president?California qualified for stateh