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Eleventh Grade (Grade 11) US History Questions

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Grade 11 Progressive Era
What era demanded change, equality and reforms.
  1. Westward Expansion Era
  2. Progressive Era
Grade 11 Progressive Era

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In the Progressive Era what is meant by "suffrage"?
  1. The right for women to vote.
  2. For men to vote in more than one precinct.
  3. For foreign nationals to vote.
Grade 11 Reconstruction
The Freedman’s Bureau was established to:
  1. transport freed slaves to the North
  2. provide former slaves with food, clothing, and education
  3. establish public works projects
  4. redistribute planters’ land to former slaves
Grade 11 Civil Rights
Grade 11 Jacksonian Era
Who is known for creating the Missouri Compromise and the Compromise of 1850?
  1. Henry Clay
  2. Stephen Douglas
  3. Daniel Webster
  4. Franklin Pierce
Grade 11 Roaring 20s
The artistic movement that took place in the black community was known as what?
  1. Harlem Revival
  2. Harlem Renaissance
  3. New York Art Scene
Grade 11 Colonial Period
Native American civilizations were threatened by
  1. diseases introduced by white settlers
  2. buffalo herds
  3. other Native American groups
  4. drought
Grade 11 Reconstruction
Grade 11 Democratic Foundations
Grade 11 Reconstruction
After the Civil War, agriculture in the south was
  1. dominated by cotton
  2. dependent on many crops
  3. dominated by tobacco
  4. dominated by vegetables
Grade 11 Progressive Era
Grade 11 Progressive Era
The American public cheered for Roosevelt's new offensive. What made Roosevelt so popular?
  1. He became President after plotting the assassinating William McKinley
  2. He was Anti-Big Industry, and made decision's in the interests of the people.
  3. He stopped the government from selling off public lands and added millions of acres to the national parks and forests.
  4. Roosevelt reinforced laws from the progressive movement
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