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3. Read the passage and answer the question that follows:
Many slaves preferred not to escape their horrible lives on plantations because their families were often with them. Despite the fact that slaves had no rights, they often found ways to sabotage the plantations on which they lived. Slaves would pretend to be ill so they would not have to work. They would also create trouble by breaking tools such as hoes and plows, which were needed for work. Mothers would work fewer hours to care for their children, so women gave birth to many children. The Br'er Rabbit stories illustrate this tricky ingenuity.
Choose the sentence that corrects a historical inaccuracy in the passage. (6 points)
Many slaves ran away rather than endure the difficult conditions on the plantations.
Men, women, and children alike had to work long days on the plantations.
Slaves had limited rights under the law, which allowed them to recuperate when ill.
The Br'er Rabbit stories illustrate good behavior, teaching slaves how to work well.
4. How was the Second Great Awakening important to slaves' religious beliefs? (6 points)
It created more tolerance among slave owners which gave slaves their first chance to choose a religion.
It made it illegal to punish slaves for going to religious services, so slaves could learn about the Bible without fear.
It allowed many slaves to convert to Christianity because owners felt that converting would make slaves more obedient.
As owners became more understanding during this movement, enslaved parents were allowed to teach their children about religion.
5. What did many Transcendentalists believe? (6 points)
They believed religion was more important than science.
They believed science was more important than religion.
They believed study and self-reflection would reveal better answers than science.
They believed practicing religion would reveal better answers than self-reflection.
6. Which statement best explains Henry David Thoreau's idea of civil disobedience? (6 points)
Taxation without representation is unfair and must be resisted.
The government must serve the people, not the other way around.
If a law goes against morality then citizens should protest it peacefully.
Unjust laws must be opposed by any means necessary, including violence.
7. What statement best defines the link between Transcendentalist ideas and the idea of utopian communities? (6 points)
Transcendentalists disliked normal society and wished to live only among individuals who were like them.
The Transcendentalists valued self-interest and individual rights above all and wanted a society based on those values.
Sharing resources and labor for the benefit of the community were seen by many Transcendentalists as the key to a better society.
Many in the Transcendentalist movement rejected government and organized religion; utopias were a way to escape them.
8. Which of these Transcendentalist ideas had the most direct impact on the civil rights movement of the 20th century? (6 points)
God and nature are one and the same thing.
People should peacefully protest unjust laws.
Self-reflection is the most direct way to find the truth.
Individuals should make up their own minds about all matters.
9. Which of the following represents a positive outcome(s) of the Second Great Awakening? (6 points)
The government passed new laws regarding the ownership of land.
The American people joined together to promote religious freedom for all.
People created reform movements related to abolition and women's rights.
The people of the North and South came together to agree to abolish slavery.
I agree with all of your answers except for 8.
do you think 8 is d?
some more questions if you don't mind?
10. Use this passage to answer the following question:
The Cotton Gin
The cotton gin was one of the most amazing and tragic inventions of early America. The cotton gin is credited to the brilliant and creative American inventor Eli Whitney. Because Whitney's invention made cotton harvesting easier, it allowed farmers in the South to increase production. The cotton gin simplified the process of removing the cotton from the seeds, a process formerly done by hand.
As a result, Southern plantations increased their production of cotton from 750,000 bales in 1830 to 2.85 million bales just 20 years later. Because of the increase in production, the farmers in South became even more dependent on cotton for revenue. This new reliance on cotton increased the need for slavery. More slaves were needed to farm the ever expanding cotton plantations. If Whitney had known the effects his invention would have on slavery, he never would have created it.
Read the passage. Which sentence from the text is an opinion that needs more support to be considered valid? (7 points)
"As a result, Southern plantations increased their production of cotton from 750,000 bales in 1830 to 2.85 million bales. . ."
"If Whitney had known the effects his invention would have on slavery, he never would have created it."
"Because Whitney's invention made cotton harvesting easier, it allowed farmers in the South to increase production."
"Because of the increase in production, the farmers in South became even more dependent on cotton for revenue."
11. What two key reform movements gave rise to the women's suffrage movement? (6 points)
health and education reform
anti-slavery and temperance
factory reform and women's health
suffrage for free slaves and anti-war
12. Which answer best describes the accomplishments of Sojourner Truth? (6 points)
Truth was a leader and speaker for both abolition and women's rights.
Truth drafted a constitutional amendment to give women the right to vote.
Truth authored the Declaration of Sentiments and helped found the NWSA.
Truth helped organize the Seneca Falls Convention and the first Women's Rights Convention.
13. Horace Mann and Thomas Gallaudet both worked for improvement on which social issue? (6 points)
care for orphans
I disagree with your answer for 11.
The others are right.
MS.SUE WHATS THE ANSWER
what did you get on this?