Chapter 9 Quiz 4 Review

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CHAPTER 9 QUIZ 4 REVIEW

The immediate result of the Chesapeake affair
was
 The War of 1812
 The Embargo Act
 Macon’s Bill Number Two
 The Louisiana Purchase

The Embargo Act

Which of the following events occurred last?
 The War of 1812
 The Embargo Act
 Macon’s Bill Number Two
 The Louisiana Purchase

The War of 1812

What advantage did the United States enjoy at
the beginning of the War of 1812?
 A large standing army
 A formidable fleet
 American support for the war
 British involvement in the Napoleonic Wars

British involvement in the Napoleonic Wars

Why was the U.S.S. Constitution called “Old
Ironsides”?
 Its sides were covered with iron
 Its guns belched deadly broadsides against the
enemy
 Enemy cannonballs bounced off its oak sides
 It was the only American ship to win a duel
against a British ship during the War of 1812

Enemy cannonballs bounced off its oak sides

During what British attack did an American
general surrender his entire force without a
fight?
 Siege of Detroit
 Raid on Washington
 Advance on New Orleans
 Bombardment of Fort McHenry

Siege of Detroit

The Battle of _______ was an astounding victory
by a makeshift American fleet.
 Bladensburg
 New Orleans
 Lake Erie
 The Thames

Lake Erie

What well-designed fort prevented the British
from capturing Baltimore?
 Greenville
 McHenry
 Scott
 Vincennes

McHenry

What city did the British capture after they won
the Battle of Bladensburg? ______________

Washington

What stunning victory did Americans win
against British regulars after the war was over?
_____________________

The Battle of New Orleans
A) Henry Clay
 B) impressments
 C) Oliver Hazard Perry
 D) James Madison
 E) Andrew Jackson
 F) William Clark

 ___
War Hawk from Kentucky who became
speaker of the House

A) Henry Clay
A) Henry Clay
 B) impressments
 C) Oliver Hazard Perry
 D) James Madison
 E) Andrew Jackson
 F) William Clark

 ___
resourceful naval captain who
defeated a British fleet

C) Oliver Hazard Perry
A) Henry Clay
 B) impressments
 C) Oliver Hazard Perry
 D) James Madison
 E) Andrew Jackson
 F) William Clark

 ___
American hero of the Battle of
Horseshoe Bend

E) Andrew Jackson
A) Henry Clay
 B) impressments
 C) Oliver Hazard Perry
 D) James Madison
 E) Andrew Jackson
 F) William Clark

 ___
Explorer of the Louisiana Territory

F) William Clark
A) Henry Clay
 B) impressments
 C) Oliver Hazard Perry
 D) James Madison
 E) Andrew Jackson
 F) William Clark

 ___
president who oversaw the War of
1812

D) James Madison
A) Henry Clay
 B) impressments
 C) Oliver Hazard Perry
 D) James Madison
 E) Andrew Jackson
 F) William Clark

 ___
the seizure and forcible reenlistment
of deserters from the British navy

B) impressments




Embargo Act
Macon’s Bill Number Two
Non-Intercourse Act
Treaty of Ghent
 ___
the ban of all American trade with the
rest of the world

Embargo Act




Embargo Act
Macon’s Bill Number Two
Non-Intercourse Act
Treaty of Ghent
 ___
an offer to restore trade with the first
warring country that lifted its trade
restrictions

Non-Intercourse Act




Embargo Act
Macon’s Bill Number Two
Non-Intercourse Act
Treaty of Ghent
 ___
an offer to stop trading with the
enemy of the country that first lifted its
trade restrictions

Macon’s Bill Number Two




Embargo Act
Macon’s Bill Number Two
Non-Intercourse Act
Treaty of Ghent
 ___
end of the War of 1812

Treaty of Ghent

True/False


______ Harrison inadvertently helped his enemy
the Prophet when he asked the Indians to
demand a sign.

True

______ The United States entered the War of
1812 with almost a quarter of a million troops.

False

______ Captain Oliver Hazard Perry once said,
“Fight her ‘till she sinks, and don’t give up the
ship.”

False
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