Review Week 19

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Published on October 4, 2007

Author: Alohomora

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1. What is a pioneer?:  1. What is a pioneer? A person who walks across the land A person who wanders the land A person who settles new land A person who invents things Slide2:  C. A person who settles new land Who was the famous pioneer that explored Kentucky?:  Who was the famous pioneer that explored Kentucky? Tecumseh Daniel Boone Thomas Jefferson Henry Clay Slide4:  B. Daniel Boone What Indian tribe is from Kentucky?:  What Indian tribe is from Kentucky? Shawnee Hopi Sioux War Hawks Slide6:  Shawnee 4. Most early settlers who moved to Kentucky came in search of:  4. Most early settlers who moved to Kentucky came in search of Religious freedom Rich farmland Gold and silver Political freedom Slide8:  B. Rich farmland 5. This conflict began as a result of Great Britain’s capture of American ships and sailors:  American Revolution Civil War Chapultepec War of 1812 5. This conflict began as a result of Great Britain’s capture of American ships and sailors Slide10:  D. War of 1812 How did settlers get their crops to other parts of the U.S.?:  How did settlers get their crops to other parts of the U.S.? By ships By wagons By airplane By train Slide12:  A. By ships 7. What is the name of the first fort built in Kentucky?:  7. What is the name of the first fort built in Kentucky? Boonesborough Lexington Newport Louisville Slide14:  Boonesborough 8. The main goal of the Lewis and Clark expedition was to:  8. The main goal of the Lewis and Clark expedition was to Look for gold Travel down the Mississippi Explore Louisiana Claim all the lands in the West Slide16:  D. Claim all lands in the West 9. The journey of the Cherokee, who were forced to move from their homes in the Southeast to Indian Territory, became known as the:  9. The journey of the Cherokee, who were forced to move from their homes in the Southeast to Indian Territory, became known as the Wilderness Road Trail of Tears Louisiana Purchase Indian Removal Act Slide18:  B. Trail of Tears The forty-niners went to California to find :  The forty-niners went to California to find Farmland Gold Supplies Freedom Slide20:  B. Gold 11. As a result of the Mexican War, the United States gained:  11. As a result of the Mexican War, the United States gained Gained Mexican Territory Won 5 million dollars from Mexico Lost California to Mexico Let Texas become part of Mexico Slide22:  A. Gained Mexican Territory 12. What gap did Daniel Boone travel through to get to Kentucky?:  12. What gap did Daniel Boone travel through to get to Kentucky? Big Gap Big Buck Gap Cumberland Gap Kentucky Gap Slide24:  C. Cumberland Gap 13. Pioneers and Native Americans had differing viewpoints on westward expansion. Find the one that is NOT an example of a pioneer’s view:  13. Pioneers and Native Americans had differing viewpoints on westward expansion. Find the one that is NOT an example of a pioneer’s view Finding cheap farmland Eliminating hunting ground Searching for gold Searching for adventure Slide26:  B. Eliminating hunting ground 14. What would be the MOST useful source of information for the historian writing the Westward expansion in the United States:  14. What would be the MOST useful source of information for the historian writing the Westward expansion in the United States A novel about a pioneer family A diary kept by a pioneer woman A book about the history of New York A current magazine article on the topic Slide28:  B. A diary kept by a pioneer woman 15. Why was pioneer life hard?:  15. Why was pioneer life hard? They didn’t have music to listen to They didn’t have cable television or cell phones They had to build their own houses and grow their own food They had to ride on trains when traveling Slide30:  C. They had to build their own houses and grow their own food 16. What type of house did the pioneers live in?:  16. What type of house did the pioneers live in? Duplex Brick home Log Home Vinyl sided home Slide32:  C. Log home 17. Where is Kentucky in relation to the Appalachian Mountains?:  17. Where is Kentucky in relation to the Appalachian Mountains? North South East West Slide34:  D. West 18. Who was the President in 1803?:  18. Who was the President in 1803? George Washington James Madison Thomas Jefferson John Adams Slide36:  C. Thomas Jefferson 19. Who did President Jefferson ask to explore the lands in the Louisiana Purchase?:  19. Who did President Jefferson ask to explore the lands in the Louisiana Purchase? General Lee Meriwether Lewis Tecumseh Francis Scott Key Slide38:  B. Meriwether Lewis 20. What city did Lewis and Clark leave from?:  20. What city did Lewis and Clark leave from? St. Louis Nashville Boonesborough Louisville Slide40:  A. St. Louis 21. What mountain range did Lewis and Clark travel across?:  21. What mountain range did Lewis and Clark travel across? Appalachian Mountains Rocky Mountains Sierra Nevada Mountains Himalayan Mountains Slide42:  B. Rocky Mountains 22. Who united the Indians to fight against the Americans?:  22. Who united the Indians to fight against the Americans? Squanto Shoshone Tecumseh Sacagawea Slide44:  C. Tecumseh 23. What is nationalism?:  23. What is nationalism? Pride in your house Pride in your country Pride in your horse Pride in your state Slide46:  B. Pride in your country 24. What is a doctrine?:  24. What is a doctrine? Plan for a party Plan for a meeting Someone who provides medical attention Plan for government action Slide48:  D. Plan for government action 25. What did the Monroe doctrine state?:  25. What did the Monroe doctrine state? That the United States was the strongest country in the world That the United States was a country That the United States would go to war to stop Europeans from taking more land in the U.S. The United States loved hamburgers and french fries Slide50:  C. That the United States would go to war to stop Europeans from taking more land in the U.S.

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