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To successfully answer Dawes Act APUSH questions, be sure to understand the provisions and consequences of this 1887 law concerning Native American lands.
Erie Canal APUSH questions may cover the reason for the waterway’s construction and location, as well as its impact on trade and migration.
Roger Williams APUSH questions focus on the views of this Rhode Island founder best known for his belief in the separation of church and state.
Shays’ Rebellion APUSH questions will likely focus on the effects the 1786-1787 Massachusetts uprising had on the drafting of a new constitution.
New Deal APUSH questions focus on the effects of this 1930s legislation proposed by President Franklin D. Roosevelt in response to the Great Depression.
Proclamation of 1763 APUSH questions concern Britain’s motivations for, and the colonists’ reaction to, this ban on settlement west of the Mississippi.
John Brown APUSH questions focus on the effects that the radical abolitionist’s actions, especially the Harpers Ferry raid, had on the slavery debate.
Mayflower Compact APUSH questions focus on the significance of this document establishing one of America’s oldest governments in Plymouth Colony.
Monroe Doctrine APUSH questions will test your knowledge of the background, contents, and effects of this key piece of early American foreign policy.
Manifest Destiny APUSH questions cover the westward expansion tied to this 19th century idea that the U.S. was destined to expand from coast to coast.