Quiz Me! - Events: Growth of a Nation Test your knowledge about events in the Growth of a Nation era! 1 / 10 Which individual below would most likely support the Democratic-Republican Party? A plantation owner who supported states’ rights A businessman from NewYork A judge who supported loose construction of the Constitution A supporter of John Adams 2 / 10 Which of the following best describes the land acquired in the Louisiana Purchase? The land west of the Mississippi River to the Rocky Mountains The land west of the Appalachians to the Mississippi River The land west of the Mississippi River to the border to the Pacific The land west of the Rocky Mountains to the border of Spanish California 3 / 10 Why did John Adams appoint federal judges before leaving office? Adams wanted John Marshall to become the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court. Adams wanted to keep the judicial branch under Federalist control. John Adams did not want James Madison to join the Supreme Court. Adams knew that President Jefferson did not agree with his political ideas. 4 / 10 Which issue would a member of the Federalist party support? Higher prices for farm products The French Revolution States’ rights Use of the “necessary and proper” clause 5 / 10 What was the significance of the Louisiana Purchase? Thomas Jefferson doubled the size of the United States. James Madison declared the purchase of the territory unconstitutional. John Adams sent Lewis and Clarke to explore the new territory. George Washington purchased the land from France for $15million. 6 / 10 Which individual below would most likely support the Federalist Party? A plantation owner who believed in states rights A banker from New England A judge who supported strict interpretation of the Constitution A supporter of Thomas Jefferson 7 / 10 What were the last minute appointments made by President Adams to the federal court system called? The Late Appointments The Midnight Appointments The Revenge Appointments The Federalist Appointments 8 / 10 What were the results of the Election of 1800? Alexander Hamilton supported Aaron Burr for president rather than Thomas Jefferson. The House of Representatives chose the president when the electoral vote was tied. The President was a Federalist and the Vice-President was a Democratic-Republican. Thomas Jefferson won an overwhelming victory over President John Adams. 9 / 10 Why was the Election of 1800 referred to as the Revolution of 1800? Federalists refused to acknowledge the election of Thomas Jefferson as president. Farmers in Pennsylvania refused to support the election because of unfair taxation. Control of the government changed peacefully from one political party to another. French officials interfered with the presidential election in the United States. 10 / 10 Which issue would a member of the Democratic-Republican political party support? Tariffs to support the new industries in the Northeast The National Bank Strong trade agreements with the British Strict interpretation of the Constitution Your score is Try another 10!