AP American: Unit 5 Test

  1. Andrew Johnson



    C.
  2. The most ambitious goal of the Freedman's Bureau was to reform southern



    D.
  3. In the south during the 1890s



    A.
  4. After the Civil War was over, African Americans responded by seperating themsleves from white institutions.
    True
  5. President Johnson was impeached and convicted.
    False
  6. Rutherford B Hayes was nominated to run for president by the Republican Party in the election of 1876 over Ulysses S Grant.
    True
  7. The Sand Creek Massacre



    B.
  8. Which statement regarding the western agricultural economy in th late nineteeth century is/are true?



    D.
  9. The Timber Culture Act and the Desert Land Act were both designed to squeeze individual homesteaders out of the American West.
    False
  10. The story of the Nez Perce Indians is of a peaceful tribe forced to turn terrible violent.
    False
  11. The Dawes Act sought to allot land to individual Indian owners and gradually eliminate tribal land ownership.
    True
  12. Freedman's Bureau
    distributed food to former slaves and est schools
  13. Wade-Davis Bill
    Radical republican's harsh reconstruction plan
  14. First Civil Rights Act
    Blacks declared citizens of the US
  15. Johnson's "Restoration"
    similar to Wade-Davis Bill1
  16. The Fourteenth Amendment
    Everyone born in the US is a citizen
  17. Tenure of Office Act
    president forbidden from removing a civil official without consent of the Senate
  18. Crop-lien system
    system in which poor farmers relied on country store credit with inflated interest rates
  19. Credit Mobiler Scandal
    corrupt incident where Grant's officials recieved stock in exchange for no investigations
  20. Whiskey Ring
    Grant's officials were filing false tax reports to cheat the gov't out of its money
  21. Specie Resumption Act (1875)
    greenback dollars would be backed by gold
  22. Treaty of Washington
    agreement between Britain and the US after the US claimed Britain violated neutrality during the Civil War
  23. "redeemers"
    a genuinely new ruling class of merchants, industrialists, railroad developers and financiers
  24. Brooker T. Washington
    • Blacks should become industrially, not classically educated.
    • They should focus on self-improvement, not political rights
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