Hist1301 exam 3 (free answers for the first five questions, then you

Course   United States History I      Test   Exam 3      Due Date   4/12/19 11:59 PM      Status   Completed      Attempt Score   70.4 out of 80 points                               Instructions   

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  • The exam includes fifty (50) multiple-choice and true/false questions worth two (2) points each.

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  • Question 1   1.6 out of 1.6 points According to John O’Sullivan, the “manifest destiny” of the United States to occupy North America could be traced to:           
  • Selected Answer:    ????e.      a divine mission.          
  • Answers:    
  • a.   the Adams-Onís Treaty.          
  • b.   federal treaties with Indian nations.          
  • c.   the Treaty of Paris of 1783.          
  • d.   the Bible.          
  • ????e.   a divine mission.               
  • Question 2   1.6 out of 1.6 points Besides religious phrases, what did Charles Grandison Finney emphasize in his sermons?           
  • Selected Answer:    ????b.      People had to make choices in their lives similar to making political decisions.          
  • Answers:    
  • a.   People needed to make strategic moves in their lives, like a military commander.          
  • ????b.   People had to make choices in their lives similar to making political decisions.          
  • c.   Themes from classical Greek literature.          
  • d.   People needed to improve themselves economically.          
  • e.   They needed to convert Native Americans.               
  • Question 3   1.6 out of 1.6 points What helped to encourage Richard Allen to establish the African Methodist Episcopal Church?           
  • Selected Answer:    ????a.      He was forcibly removed from praying at the altar rail at his former place of worship.          
  • Answers:    
  • ????a.   He was forcibly removed from praying at the altar rail at his former place of worship.          
  • b.   Frederick Douglass gave him a generous grant to establish a new church.          
  • c.   Charles Grandison Finney persuaded Allen to build a black church, since Finney believed worship should be segregated.         
  • d.   He wanted to see an integrated church that combined the elements he admired most in the Methodist and Episcopal denominations.          
  • e.   Refused admission to Princeton Seminary because of his color, he decided to set up his own religious organization.               
  • Question 4   0 out of 1.6 points What was a result of the Second Great Awakening?           
  • Selected Answer:    ????e.      The Second Great Awakening popularized Deism.          
  • Answers:    
  • a.   Charles Grandison Finney was pressured to leave the eastern United States.          
  • b.   The Second Great Awakening led to the Baptists losing a majority of their parishioners, who switched to Catholicism.          
  • c.   The market revolution did not aid revivalist ministers.          
  • ????d.   The Second Great Awakening complemented the idea of self-reliance.          
  • e.   The Second Great Awakening popularized Deism.               
  • Question 5   1.6 out of 1.6 points  The Erie Canal gave which city primacy over competing ports in accessing trade with the Northwest?           
  • Selected Answer:    ????b.      New York.          
  • Answers:    
  • a.   Boston.          
  • ????b.   New York.          
  • c.   Baltimore.          
  • d.   Philadelphia.          
  • e.   Chicago.               
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