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which of the following factors probably contributed most to Atlanta's growth?
a. A good river
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as
the basis for Georgia's constitution?
a. The Magna Carta
The United States constitution
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d. South Carolina's Constitution
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fne branch of government of which the governor
is chief executive is the
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c. Judicial
d.
Federal
Wfrat name is given to the system of a central government sharing power with many sectional
govern rnents?
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Communism
Federalism
,o*oor:?;l:::.rar pubric pay foreducation?
a. Through fees
b. Through donations
c. Through traffic fines
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Citizens have responsibilities and privileges. Which of the following is not a right of citizenship?
a. Protection of life and property
@ Guaranteed good wages
c. Free speech
d. Pursuit of happiness
Wnicfr of the following sentences best describes the views of the "Bourbon Triumvirate" and
their followers after Reconstruction?
(? They wanted economic change, but not social change
b. They wanted a total New South
c. They wanted social chang€, but not economic change
d. They wanted all things to be the way they were before the Civil War
Which political party was popular with farmers and other "common people" during the late
1800s?
a.
b.
c.
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Democratic
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Populist
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Wtrat lesson did Georgia farmers learn from the invasion of the boll weevil?
@ That they shouldn't depend on only one crop for most of their money
b. That they should have planted more cotton so some would have been left over after the
boll weevil invasion
c,
That their pesticides were not strong enough
d.
That using machinery instead of mules might have prevented the boll weevil
ch of the following two economic conditions helped bring on the Great Depression?
/o-ilwhi a. High interest rates and inflation
b. Unemployment and under-production
@ Low wages for workers and overproduction
d. Low prices for products and high wages for workers
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Why did Eugene Talmadge appeal to a lot of voters?
A He disagreed often with the GeneralAssembly
about and worked on issues that were important to rural voters
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c. He ended the Great Depression in Georgia
d. He put electricity into every home in Georgia
How did the world's economic depression make it easier for dictators to rise to power?
a. People were too tired to care what happened to their countries
b. People were too busy trying to make money, and they didn't take time to vote.
O O'.,.rors promised to take control and make life easier for the citizens of the country
d.
People knew that the dictators really cared about them
7 il. Which of the following best explains the reason for the Holocaust?
Hitle/s hatred of people whom he considered inferior
A disease that affected only Jewish people
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c.
Hitler's army misunderstanding Hitler's orders
d.
The failure of Allied Armies to get to Europe in time
Which event brought the United States into World War ll?
a. The attack on the Twin Towers in New York
@ The bombing of Pearl Harbor
c. The sinking of the Lusitania
d. A plan to assassinate the U. S. President
Wni.n two regions of the world were the main targets for the Allied forces in WWll?
a. The Middle East and Africa
b.
c.
East Asia and South America
Russia and Atlantic
@Europe
and the Pacific
w did World War ll affect Georgia's economy?
l[#Ho -a. lt hurt the economy,
because some supplies were limited
0. lt helped the economy because new jobs were created to produce war supplies
c. lt hurt the economy, because many worked went to war
d. lt had no effect on the economy
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How did world
war ll change the role of women?
a. They stayed at home more so that they would be safe
b. lt had no effect on the role of women
cr Women enrolled in college in higher education
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Women took jobs that had been held only by men before the war
wr,Y* of the following best explains why Georgia's deep-water ports were important during the
a. They protected Georgia's coast because military ships could not travel in the deep water
b. They provided a place for soldiers to work, because there was not enough work for
them to do on military bases
They provided a place to store the ships that the shipyards made
c.
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,igships could come to the docks and take war supplies made in Georgia to other ports
in the world
wni.n of the following pairs of phrases best describes the work of Carl Vinson and Richard
Russell?
a.
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Opposed to the military/strong belief in states' rights
& Long years of service/strong support for the military
c. Georgia governor/United States Representative
d. Few years of service/strong support for education
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for which of the following groups did change come slowest after World War ll?
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a. Former soldiers
b. Women
/6 Black citizens
%. Southern politicians
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of the following best describes farming after World War ll?
b.
Fewer farms with more production
More farms with lower production
c. More farmers with higher prices for crops
d. Fewer farmers with no new ideas for growing crops
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Wni.n of the following contributed most to changes in farming after World War ll?
a. The bollweevil
b. New Deal programs
c. More farm land
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Wf'tYn of the following did William B. Hartsfield promote to make Atlanta grow into a major
ctty /
a. Affordable housing for all families
A good transportation system, including a large airport
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c. Family entertainment, including Six Flags Over Georgia
d. Large parking decks, so that more people would drive into Atlanta
Which of the following is not a reason that a two-party system is good for Georgia?
f[or" people are involved in deciding what is best for the state
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\. More sides are represented in debates on important issues
c. lt costs less to hold elections at the county level
d. Laws consider the wishes of people with different viewpoints
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What was the purpose of Jim Crow Laws?
^a. To make sure that black people did not get jobs
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c.
d.
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a cause
for World War l?
lmperialism
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is credited
with bringing a major airport to Atlanta?
B. Hartsfield
Andrew Young
c. lvan Allen
d. BillCampbell
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How did the Plessy v. Ferguson court ruling help keep the races apart?
a.
b.
l't)
Y
c.
d.
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lt said that blacks and whites could not date each other.
lt said that blacks and whites could not work together.
said that it was OK for blacks and whites to have separate public facilities.
',lt said that blacks and whites could use the same public facilities, but black people had
to let white people go first.
tn which of the following countries was imperialism most likely to be practiced just before World
War l?
a. The United States
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southerners
Wtrjg[of the following
b.
3c)
factories
tf," prejudice that existed against anyone who was different from white, protestant
c. Militarism
d. Nationalism
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*qighof the following was not
'(9) co^^unism
b.
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To ensure that black people had transportation
tell how people would be treated in prison
$tThe Leo Frank Case was an example of
a. A person from New York becoming successful in the New South
b. A black person being the victim of white fear, anger, and misunderstanding
c. The widespread use of child labor and why it needed to be removed from southern
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To keep the races separate
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The Philippine lslands
wni.n of the following sentences best describes the impact of World War I on Georgians?
,a,
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After the war, life was the same as before the war for most Georgians
fhe economy was better, and people had a larger view of the world
c. Georgians lost their patriotism and said they would not fight in any more wars
d. Farmers started working in the factories that had produced war materials. Not many
farmers were left to grow cotton
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for an extended period of time from 1915 through the 1980s, cotton farmers in Georgia
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were having unprofitable years because they were having to spend much money on pesticide
while at the same time reducing the number of acres on which they could farm. What was a
primary cause of this negative consequence?
a.
the cotton sin
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c. new legislation
d. railroad construction
wni.n two words describe the impact of the boll weevil on Georgia?
a. positive, political
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negative, irrigation
positive, agricultural
rvruttinle farming disasters, a major stock market crash, and runs on many banks in the late
192ds and early 1930's resulted in
a.
b.
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d.
World War
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the Yazoo Land Fraud.
the Great Depression.
more Civil Rights action.
Which of the following pairs of politicians were especially important to the World War ll effort,
as well as to the growth of Georgia?
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negative, economic
a. Franklin Roosevelt and Jimmy Carter
@ C"aVinson and Richard Russell
c. Maynard Jackson and Andrew Young
d. Ellis Arnall and Eugene Talmadge
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b. The Social Security Agency agreed to pay them for any land they could not use.
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q. The Agricultural Adjustment Act combined many smaller farms into fewer, larger ones.
@ Electricity was finally provided for many farms due to the push for rural electrification.
il *}i3' was a direct impact of the civilian conservation corps?
U lt created more jobs and parks for Georgians.
b. lt provided retirement pay for the elderly.
c. Farmers were paid to produce less cotton.
d. Racial segregation was greatly reduced.
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was the bombing of Pearl Harbor a significant event during World War ll?
d
a. lt prevented Japan from invading the United States.
b. lt put an end to the lend lease program.
r,@ lt caused the United States to get involved in the war.
d. lt was the first use of nuclear weapons in war.
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what are the three main types of local government?
a.
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Town, city, state
Federal, state, county
c. City, county, special district
d. Executive, judicial, legislative
Which of the following best describes what military bases did for Georgia during World War ll?
s)Helped the economy and let more people see Georgia
V Used a lot of the tax money to support the soldiers
c. Helped the people living on the bases
d. Paid farmers for land that was not being used to build the bases
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Why did farmers in Georgia feelthe need for a different political party other than the one that
was in control?
a. They thought that the current political leaders were from the North.
b.
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They wanted taxes lowered on farm products
They felt that Atlanta was the only place being helped by political decisions.
d. They felt that they needed people who had been farmers in control.
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1 t.One of the main purposes of President Roosevelt's "alphabet agencies" was to
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a. Get work done that was not being done
b. Provide more government agencies
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c.
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Put women in important positions
Provide jobs for people who needed work
Hoi-oio tenant farmers differ from sharecroppers?
@ Tenant farmers owned all their equipment.
b. Tenant farmers usually made a small profit.
c. Tenant farmers bought their seed from the owner.
d. Tenant farmers usually didn't pay rent for their houses.
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"l only regarded the march lrom Atlonta to Sdvdnndh as a shift of base, as the trdnster ol o strong
army...from the interior to o point on the sea coqst, from which it could achieve other important
results." - Williom T, Sherman, Memoirc
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wnat "important results" did Sherman achieve in his March to the Sea?
a.
b.
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d.
He was able to conduct trade with other countries from this location.
He was able to free all of the Northern prisoners of war on his march.
He disrupted the economy and major infrastructure of the confederacy.
He relocated the northern armies to Savannah, where they finished the war.
A politician campaigning after the development of the county unit system in 1917 was
smart to spend rnost of their time in which parts of Georgia?
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b.
c.
d.
Rural
Urban
Coasta
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Atlanta
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Some of the ships and bombers built in Georgia in the early 1940's were loaned to Britain
for use in the war. This practice of lending war materials to Great Britain, France, and USSR
was known by what name?
6)
V.
c.
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Lend-Lease
PearlHarbor
the Holocaust
d. the New Deal
which level of government has power to make agreements with other natibns?
a.
g
State
National
c.
d.
County
City
Use the following table to answer question
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Population around Marietta
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1940
1949
8,667
20,697
rw was Marietta able to sustain such a large
How
larg population increase in the 1940's?
The physical size of the city more than doubled during this time.
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c.
d.
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Construction of military aircraft, like the Bell Bomber, provided jobs.
The Great Depression did not affect some parts of Georgia, like Marietta.
Marietta became the new capital city of Georgia when Atlanta was burned.
Use the following list
to answer question #
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n
Long-serving politician in Georgia
n
Pushed for expanding the use of planes in the Navy
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Worked to pass bills expanding the Navy prior to WWll
The list above best describes which Georgian?
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a.
Carl Vinson
b.
Jimmy Carter
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d.
Ri.nard Russell
Eugene Talmage
Why did President Franklin Roosevelt frequently visit Georgia before and during his time in
office?
a. Because he did not enjoy being in the Northeast.
b. His family was instrumental in Georgia politics at the time.
e rovisit his house at Warm Springs and receive medicaltreatment.
d. He felt the key to winning World War ll was getting Georgia's support.
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tn what ways would Georgia have been very different if the Bourbons had gotten what they
wanted?
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.{. There would have been more cotton plantations.
would have been more industry and manufacturing in Georgia.
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The capital would have moved from Atlanta back to Milledgeville.
d. Farmers would have had a greatervoice in political affairs.
How did expositions and fairs in the late 1800s help Georgia economically?
a.
People paid money to attend the fairs, and the profits were used to build new
businesses.
b.
Georgia farmers learned better ways to grow cotton by attending the Cotton State
Exposition.
c.
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The fairs provided a place for important people to make speeches.
expositions gave people a more positive impression of Georgia, and more people
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and countries- were willing to do business with Georgia.
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Savannah and Brunswick were important to Georgia's efforts in World War ll in which way?
a.
to build Bell Aircrafts.
Those are the two places where most of Georgia's infantry were trained.
These were the two cities selected
b.
c. Franklin Roosevelt used those locations as his primary headquarters in Georgia.
@ n large number of military ships and sea vessels were built in the shipyards in these
cities.
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The branch of government that interprets the law is
a,
Executive
@regislative
c.
d.
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wni.n of the following statements best describes what Alonzo Herndon did for Atlanta?
He provided services for black citizens, as well as opening the door for other black
business people.
b.
He started a very exclusive barber shop for white customers. They soon allowed black
customers in the shop.
c. He built an impressive home that his wife designed.
d. He invented Coca-Cola.
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Wnicn of the following suggested that black people and white people could work together, but
did not have to mix socially?
a.
b.
c.
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B. DuBois
John & Lugenia Hope
Rebecca Felton
Aoofer T. Washington
Wf i.n of the following not only promoted social change for black people, but for women as
well?
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b.
c.
d.
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B. DuBois
John & Luegnia Hope
Rebecca Felton
Booker T. Washington
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tn which areas did the tnternational Cotton Exposition have the largest impact on Georgia?
a.
b.
c.
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religious and historical
race and reconstruction
geographic and political
uronomic and agricultural
n.F"..a Latimer Felton would be most associated with which social movement?
women's rights
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b.
c.
d.
freeing slaves
anti-industry
civil rights
wnicn of the following describes the economic effect on Georgia brought on by World War l?
_a. Decreased demand, increase prices
@ ,n r""sed demand, decreased prices
c. Demand and prices remained the same
d. lncreased demand, increased prices
in Georgia was MoST affected by losses from the Holocaust?
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c.
d.
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1) Wtrictr best describes the impact Richard Russell Jr. had on Georgia?
a.
During his time as Senator he made things difficult for farmers and ultimately shut down
many farms.
Through legislation, he helped bring jobs, military
@ opportunities
to Georgia.
c.
bases, and other economic
He orchestrated the Lend-Lease program with Great Britain, France, and Russia
for
Georgia's citizens.
d.
During his many visits to Warm Springs, Georgia, he brought national attention and
money to the town.
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The riots in Atlanta in 1906 were proof that which issue was still a maior concern in the
south?
a,
Religion
b.
Ed
ucatio n
county units
racial tension
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oiriifanchisement denied which right to blacks in the South following the Civil War?
a. Transportation
b. Employment
c. Ed ucation
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rthe rn busi nessmer'ryarpe osed by advocates of the New South movement?
Alnvestment offg!113!ln
b.
c.
d.
the South
Advising on how to start a business
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Demonstrating new technology to southern businesses
lnfluencing government to assist the South in its recovery
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Why were Sherman's Atlanta campaign and the Battle of Chickamauga important Civil War
events?
a.
b.
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After these events, the Union army retreated north.
O"orria fell under Union control.
General Sherman's March to the Sea was a Confederate victory.
*nt is Andersonville considered an important CivilWar event?
a. lt was a huge railroad center.
b. Sherman captured it on his March to the Sea.
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\-/ lt was a notorious Confederate prison.
d. General Lee surrendered to General Grant at Andersonville.
Ho* did the Ku KIux Klan want to affect politics in the south?
@ to return control of the southern governments to the Democrats.
b. to force the carpetbaggers to move back North.
c. to attract members from all social classes.
d. to return land to former Confederates.
Why was Chickamauga important to both the North and the South?
@ lt was a major railroad center.
b. lt was a major recruiting center for the South.
c. lt was located halfway between two state capitals.
d. lt had a number of factories that produced war supplies.
*nt is the Battle of Antietam a significant Civil War battle?
a. lt was the last major battle of the Civil War.
b. General Lee surrendered to General Grant after the battle.
@ Union troops temporarily stopped the Confederate army from moving north.*
d. General StonewallJackson was killed during the battle.
Battle or Gettvsburg take place?
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b.
b
d.
Mississiooi
Pennsylvania
Virginia
Why was the Battle of Gettysburg a significant Civil War battle?
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b.
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General Lee surrendered to General Sherman in Savannah.
c.
d.
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was the bloodiest battle of the Civil War with 10,000 lives lost in one day.
The Confederate army retreated to Virginia.
lt was the last battle of the Civil War.
General Lee surrendered to General Grant.
How did the Thirteenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution impact the practice of slavery in
the United States?
6 tt abotished stavery.
V. lt made blacks citizens.
c. lt gave blacks the right to vote.
d. lt gave blacks the right to own property,
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wni.n transportation system meant farmers and businessmen could transport their products
faster and easier during early 1800,s?
a.
Highway
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d.
Shipping
Wtrlctr statement describes the South's position on states' rights?
a.
b.
c.
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States should obey the laws passed by Congress.
All politicaldecisions should be made to benefit the entire country.
The interests of the national government should take precedence over the states.
Politicians from states like Maine or New York cannot relate to the needs of states like
Georgia or South Carolina.
What was the main importance of the Missouri Compromise?
lt permitted slavery to expand into the upper mid-western United States.
lt gave slaves states more representation than free states in Congress.
lt ended border skirmishes between Missouri and Kansas.
lt provided a temporary solution to the slavery question.
a.
b.
c.
(b
whi6fr statement explains how the Dred Scottdecision pushed the nation closer to war?
,. The Supreme Court ruled that, while slaves were citizens, they could not sue.
@ ff," Supreme Court ruled that the federal government could not stop slavery in
territories.
c. The Supreme Court denied the legal right of the southern states and their institution of
slavery.
d. The Supreme Court ruled that slave owners had to be reimbursed for slaves who
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escaped on the underground railroad.
After Lincoln's election, which man called for Georgia to remain in the Union?
a.
b.
@
d.
Joseph Brown
Thomas Cobb
AlexanderStephens
Robert Toombs
11 q; What was the "Georgia Platform"?
a. lt was a statement supporting states' rights.
b. lt was a statement supporting popular sovereignty.
D lt was a statement supporting the Compromise of 1850.
A. lt was a statement supporting slavery throughout the United States.
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did the Kansas-Nebraska Act change the MissouriCompromise?
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a. lt made Missouria free state.
b. lt created the territories of Kansas and Nebraska.
@ t, permitted slavery north of Missouri's southern boundary.
d. lt changed the requirements necessary for a territory to become a state.
\ 't*hat contributed to the lack of success of the Union blockade of southern ports?
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a. The South had a superior navy.
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c.
runners slipped through the blockade.
Great Britain found other ways to trade with the South.
d. The Union did not have enough ships to enforce the blockade.
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Which event was a key issue that led to the Civil War?
land lotteries
a.
f't) ,t.t.s'rights
Y. the Townsend Acts
d. taxation without representation
Y>,il Which battle was important because it temporarily kept the Union army out of Georgia after
they had taken Chattanooga?
a. Gettysburg
b. Antietam
c. Andersonville
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lt stated voting rights could not be denied based on race.
lt allowed blacks to officially join the Confederate army.
Why was the Union blockade of Georgia's coast significant during the Civil War?
@ The blockade delayed or prevented international help from reaching the Confederacy.
b. lt meant that to end the blockade, most of the Civil War battles would be fought at sea.
c. With the blockade, there was no way to retreat from battles so surrender was the only
option.
d. Union resources were wasted on the ineffective blockade, thus delaying their victory in
thewar.
lmmeaiately foltowing the Civil War southern states tried to limit the civil rights of
blacks. How did the federal government eventually respond?
'a. They started the KKK to help blacks fight racism.
(^T) Congress worked to pass the 13th - 15th amendments.
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c.
d.
The laws were allowed under Reconstruction compromises.
Andrew Johnson forced southern states to revoke their laws.
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was an official statement from the Union banning the practice of slavery.
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Opposed
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Violent displays of racism
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Formed in 1860's to protest rights for slaves
to Racial lntegration
The list in the box above describes which group?
a.
b.
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did the Fourteenth Amendment provide more freedoms to former slaves?
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lt abolished slavery.
P lt defined US citizenship to include freed slaves.
lt gave freed slaves the right to vote.
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why was the Emancipation Proclamation isbued?
G to promise freedom to the slaves.
b. to promise freedom for all Confederate soldiers in Union prisons.
c. to end the CivilWar.
d. to promise freedom for all Union prisoners.
xo* did the Fifteenth Amendment provide more freedoms to former slaves?
a. lt abolished slavery.
b. It defined citizenship.
O ,, made sure that no one could be denied the right to vote based on race.
Y It gave freed slaves the right to own property.
*nt *"r-rhu Freedmen's Bureau created?
a. to help former slaves
b. to help all free people in the South
c. to help all poor people in the South
ft) rchelp former slaves and poor whites
*Kn term is used when a state attempts to ignore or refuse to accept a law from the Federal
government?
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c.
d.
Nuuification
compromise
Ema
ncipation
sha recro pping
Which describes the re lationship between the Compromise of 1850 and the Georgia
Platform?
a. They are the same event just known by two different names in Georgia.
b. Both events were trying to resolve the differences people had over the results of the
Dred Scott case.
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The Georgia Platform, which upheld Georgia's right to slavery, led to a need for the
Compromise of 1850.
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Georgia Platforffi, many believ€, that saved the union because it showed
soruthrerr
rn support for
the Compromise of 1850.
sout hern
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es considered the Dred Scott case a vict ory because according the decision in
the case slaves were
a. treated like all other citizens.
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c. to be released within the next fifty years.
d. able to kept as slaves in every state of the country.
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of the following expressed the goal of the New South movernent?
To secure government help for southern businesses
To adopt a new attitude toward business and industry in the South
c.
To diversify crops so that every family could be successful farmers
d.
To bring technology to farming
hy is the political career of Eugene Talmadge significant to Georgia?
He is the only politician to get enough support from both major political parties to run
a.
for office 3 times.
b, Eugene Talmadge's career was the primary inspiration for Jimmy Carter to get into
c.
politics and their career paths are nearly identical.
His career is the perfect example of how someone can move from small town politics to
state politics and eventually to national politics as a State Senator.
His uses of executive orders, removal of elected officials, and declarations of martial
law are an example of how a strong governor can have a tremendous impact on the
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state in positive and negative ways.
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a. To ensure that each person's vote counted
ensure that ruralcounties kept political power
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c. To give most of the political power to Atlanta
d. To make sure that every county had the same number of votes
became the "Party of the People" in the late 1800s and was associated with rom
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a. Republican
b.
Democratic
c.
Libertarian
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For what cause are the following people best
and Lugenia Burns Hope?
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b.
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Better schools
Welfare Programs
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wft.t was the intent of the New Deal program?
a. To increase production and increase wages by supplementing salaries
b. To decrease governmental authority and increase money supply by providing jobs
c. To increase production and decrease money supply by withholding more taxes
A,- improve wages and provide more jobs
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