APUSH Chapter 13 and Lectures 34-36 Quiz

Is this your test? Login to manage it. If not, you can develop a test just like it.

1.
1 point
The concept of Manifest Destiny included the assumption that
2.
1 point
The second phase of the Mexican War began with an ambitious invasion of Mexico from the Gulf of Mexico at Veracruz with 14,000 troops under the command of
3.
1 point
This Senator reorganized Clay's eight resolutions into five separate bills, and build separate coalitions around each bill.
4.
1 point
In 1846 there were four basic political agenda's took shape for dealing with the Mexican Cession. Which of the following was not one of those agendas?
5.
1 point
Since the 18th century, Americans believed that the westward sway of empire would carry ______________ and ______________ into the uninhabited western regions of the United States.
6.
1 point
The first phase of the Mexican War began with an invasion of northern Mexico under Zachary Taylor and the conquest of
7.
1 point
From 1818 until the early 1840s, the Oregon Territory was
8.
1 point
Certain regions, especially the lower Mississippi valley and the prairies of the Northwest Territory, turned out to contain some of the finest agricultural land in the world. The agricultural possibilities of both Mississippi and Illinois astounded foreign observers. Title to these lands was
9.
1 point
The relentless expansion of American settlement generated two major conflicts that overshadowed all the others. These conflicts included the expansion of slavery into
10.
1 point
Why did the United States decline to annex Texas from 1836 to 1837?
11.
1 point
The Tallmadge Amendment of 1819 that passed the House of Representatives
12.
1 point
In Texas, American citizens colonized the Mexican state, overwhelmed the local population, destabilized the indigenous government, with the intention of declaring independence and presenting additional territory to the United States. This tactic was called:
13.
1 point
The Compromise of 1820 that was crafted by Henry Clay
14.
1 point
The Treaty of Guadelupe-Hidalgo was followed in 1853 by an additional purchase of land along the Gila River, which was known as
15.
1 point
Expansionism began to have real political consequences. It created friction with Great Britain over boundaries with Canada. The primary issue focused on
16.
1 point
Zachary Taylor's plan for Cession included
17.
1 point
Henry Clay's compromise included eight resolutions that boiled down to
18.
1 point
Under land grants issued by the Mexican government, a large American settlement in Texas was established by
19.
1 point
Legal dispossession of the Indians triggered:
20.
1 point
The Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo
21.
1 point
The Wilmot Proviso of 1846