History Questions 10 pnts?

1. Which statement best describes the election of 1800?
(Points : 1)
The election of 1800 proved how unnecessary the Electoral College was in choosing the president.

The election showed that it was finally Thomas Jefferson's chance to be president, so he won in a landslide.

This election went to the House of Representatives and led to an amendment to the Constitution.

John Adams would have won, but he and Aaron Burr got in a duel and he was killed, so Thomas Jefferson became president.

2. The United States in 1800 had grown in what ways?
(Points : 1)
Both farming and manufacturing had increased.

Kentucky and Tennessee had become states.

The population had grown significantly.

All of the above

3. How did Thomas Jefferson change after he became president?
(Points : 1)
He wanted to restrict further trade with England because the cotton gin was helping America.

He completed the Louisiana Purchase despite there being no provision for doing so in the Constitution.

His stand on states' rights prevented him from adding to the territories belonging to the United States.

He gave up all his slaves because he realized that slavery was wrong.

4. How did the Louisiana Purchase benefit the United States?
(Points : 1)
It doubled the size of the country and guaranteed U.S. control of the Mississippi River.

It created a barrier between the states and the American Indian tribes to the west.

It prevented the Spanish from capturing that part of the United States and taking over the Mississippi River.

It generated income that freed the nation of significant debt incurred during the War of 1812.

5. Why was the Senate vote to declare the War of 1812 so close at 19 for and 13 against?
(Points : 1)
Because many in the Senate, especially Federalists, believed the war was a bad idea.

Because some of the Senators had left Washington to return home for the summer recess, so they could not vote.

Because even though the British had agreed to attack Canada, they did not provide enough soldiers to do so.

Because the Secretary of War had irritated many of the senators by refusing to increase the size of the navy.

6. When the Treaty of Ghent was signed and the War of 1812 ended, what was the outcome?
(Points : 1)
The British got a large part of the Louisiana Purchase despite losing New Orleans.

The United States got the rights to the Mississippi River and all of its tributaries.

Neither side gained nor lost territory, and both sides reverted to their positions before the war.

Both the British and the Americans lost territory, and the French gained territory while they were fighting.

7. Which of the following people was not involved in the War of 1812?
(Points : 1)
Andrew Jackson

Henry Clay

James Madison

Thomas Jefferson

8. Which of the following events was not a part of the War of 1812?
(Points : 1)
"The Star Spangled Banner" was written.

Washington, D.C. was burned.

Louisiana became a state.

The Battle of New Orleans was fought.

Aren't the answers already in your textbook….or class notes?

1) This election went to the House of Representatives and led to an amendment to the Constitution.

2) All of the above.

3) He completed the Louisiana Purchase despite there being no provision for doing so in the Constitution.

4) It doubled the size of the country and guaranteed U.S. control of the Mississippi River.

5) Because many in the Senate, especially Federalists, believed the war was a bad idea.

6) Neither side gained nor lost territory, and both sides reverted to their positions before the war.

7) Thomas Jefferson.

8) Louisiana became a state.

You're welcome.

You Forgot number 9 and 10!!
Ok So 9 is The Lewis and Clark Expedition and 10 is A
(just in case you needed those)

k12 Haha , I'm looking for the answers too (;

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