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Workbook #5 - Westward Expansion and Regional Differences
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This particular workbook covers the unification of the United States, the extension of slavery, the Monroe Doctrine, the development and growth of political parties, the nullification crisis, the bank fight, nativism, early reform movements, women's rights, westward expansion, and more. This workbook is 22 pages in length. The answer key is below. Click here to print.
1  Building Unity

1. D - 1812
2. Economic
3. Tariff
4. Federal Aid Road Act
5. John Marshall
6. Marbury v. Madison
7. McCulloch v. Maryland

2  Extension of Slavery

1. George Washington
2. B - False
3. Eli Whitney
4. Sugar cane
5. Missouri was admitted as a slave state at the same time Maine came in as a free state.  In addition, Congress banned slavery from the territory acquired by the Louisiana Purchase north of Missouri's southern boundary.

3  Latin America and the Monroe Doctrine

1. A - True
2. D - United States
3. U.S. refusal to tolerate any further extension of European domination in the Americas

4  Factionalism and Political Parties

1. A - James Monroe
2. Andrew Jackson, Henry Clay, John Quincy Adams, and William Crawford
3. B - False
4. Rising tide of enthusiasm for popular democracy (answers will vary)
5. A - True
6. A - True
7. Answers will vary
5  Nullification Crisis

1. D - South Carolina
2. John C. Calhoun
3. Nullification
4. Charleston, South Carolina
5. Henry Clay
6. Georgia
7. Answers will vary

6  The Bank Fight

1. Alexander Hamilton
2. Issuing currency in excessive amounts
3. 1816
4. A - True
5. Cheap credit from the unregulated state banking system
6. Federal Reserve System

7  Whigs, Democrats, and Know-Nothings

1. Whigs
2. Martin Van Buren
3. William Henry Harrison
4. John Tyler
5. William Henry Harrison
6. Ireland and Germany
7. Order of the Star-Spangled Banner, or "Know-Nothings"
8. Answers will vary

8  Stirrings of Reform

1. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
2. Horace Mann
3. Temperance
4. 1833
5. Dorothea Dix
6. Answers will vary

9  Women's Rights

1. Frances Wright
2. Elizabeth Cady Stanton
3. Frederick Douglass
4. Ernestine Rose
5. Susan B. Anthony
6. Answers will vary

10  Westward

1. Lack of roads and canals giving access to coastal markets; resentment of the political dominance of the Tidewater planters
2. Indiana, Illinois, Maine
3. Mississippi, Alabama, Missouri
4. Farmers
5. By occupying and improving the land
6. John Soule
7. Florida and Spain's rights to the Oregon country in the Far West
8. Over 23,000,000
9. John C. Calhoun
10. Answers will vary
11. Answers will vary

11  The Frontier, "The West," and the American Experience

1. 1890
2. Frederick Jackson Turner
3. Answers will vary
4. Cowboy
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