4th Grade American History
What was a lasting result of the Battle of Fallen Timbers?
The Shawnee Indians assumed a greater role in the U.S. political life.
The United States acquired much of the Ohio Country.
The French took control of Canada from Britain.
The United States lost control of Zane's Trace.
Which action was taken by abolitionists in Ohio in the decades before the Civil War?
They organized in opposition to the Stamp Act.
They declared American independence from Great Britain.
They helped slaves to escape along the Underground Railroad.
They called on Southern slaves to attack their owners.
Why was Ohio so important to the Underground Railroad?
Slavery was banned in Ohio and it was in the middle of the country
A lot of abolitionists lived in Ohio that helped slaves escape
The Ohio River gave access to freedom once it was crossed
All of the above were reasons Ohio was important to the Underground R. R.
How did the Battle of Fallen Timbers change the Ohio region?
It resulted in U.S. government control of the region.
It caused French fur-trappers to settle in the region.
It led to increased British military activity in the region.
It increased the power of Indian tribes in the region.
Article 6: There shall be neither slavery nor involuntary servitude in the territory, otherwise than in the punishment of crimes where the person shall have been convicted..... Which democratic ideal is expressed in this excerpt?
Right to personal liberty
Right to employment
Right to free education
Right to free land
Which of the following items is a primary source?
a map showing where various Indian tribes once lived in Ohio
a description of Ohio's Historic Indians in a recent textbook
a diary of a pioneer who lived among the Shawnee Indians in 1790
a painting by a modern artist showing how Ohio looked 200 years ago
What was the main result of the Battle of Lake Erie?
Americans gained control of the Great Lakes.
Americans were unable to conquer Canada.
Americans lost the War of 1812 to Great Britain.
Americans defeated Tecumseh and the Shawnee Indians.
By 1775, why were so many colonists unhappy with British rule?
The British had taken the first steps towards ending slavery.
The British had been unable to win the French and Indian War.
The British had taxed the colonists without their consent.
The British had failed to develop much trade with the colonists.
What was not a cause of the American Revolution?
High taxes on colonists
Colonists prohibited (not allowed) to move into western land
What did the Northwest Ordinance ban in the Northwest Territory?
Settlement by American Indians
independent political elections
There are 10 questions to complete.