1. What treaty ended the war of 1812 and set up a peaceful process for resolving future disputes?
a Treaty of Ghent
b Peace of 1815
c Treaty of Paris of 1814
d Washington and London Agreement
2. When the War of 1812 ended, what was the outcome?
a The British got a large part of the Louisiana Purchase despite losing New Orleans.
b The war was actually a draw, and both sides reverted to their positions before the war.
c The United States got the rights to the Mississippi River and all of its tributaries.
d Both the British and the Americans lost territory and the French gained territory while they were fighting.
3. Which Supreme Court decision is not correctly matched with its ruling?
a Marbury v. Madison: Denied the Supreme Court the right to rule on the constitutionality of laws
b McCulloch v. Maryland: Prohibited states from taxing the federal government
c Dartmouth College v. Woodward: Prevented states from interfering with corporate charters
d Gibbons v. Ogden: Established the right of the federal government to regulate interstate commerce
4. Which were provisions of the Missouri Compromise?
a Missouri and Maine agreed to exchange slaves in order to promote economic bonds between the two new states.
b Maine was also admitted as a slave state and votes would be taken as new territories became states.
c Missouri agreed to prohibit slavery after 25 years of statehood, and then slavery would be allowed in half of the remaining Louisiana territory.
d Maine was admitted as a free state and slavery was prohibited north of latitude 36'30''.
5. Which group includes leaders that worked for compromise on issues dividing the North, South, and West during the Monroe era?
a Daniel Webster, John Calhoun, Henry Clay
b Charles Pinckney, John Jay, Francis Marion
c Aaron Burr, Simon Bolivar, Benjamin Bannecker
d Meriweather Lewis, William Clark, Andrew Jackson
7. What best describes the treatment of American Indians during the early nineteenth century?
a Their lands were taken and they had no rights as citizens.
b They were imprisoned for starting wars against the Spanish and British.
c They had representatives in Congress and were asked for advice in exploration.
d They were given large tracts of land to farm and grow corn.
8. What message stated that colonization by European countries in the Americas would not be tolerated?
a The Adams-Onis Treaty
b The South American Accords
c The Monroe Doctrine
d The Northeast Ordinance
9. What did James Madison and James Monroe have in common?
a They were both descendants of George Washington.
b They both believed strongly in states' rights.
c They were the last two presidents from the Revolutionary War era.
d They both served during times of few economic, political, and military crises.