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CHAPTER 12 TEST REVIEW

Know
the
following
definitions:


Tejanos
 
 cede
 
 forty‐niners
 
 manifest
destiny


annex
 
 ranchos
 joint
occupation
 rendezvoux


Know
the
following
people
and
their
significance:


Davy
Crockett
 
 Kit
Carson
 
 Sam
Houston
 
 John
Sutter


John
Jacob
Astor
 
 John
Tyler
 
 James
Marshall
Stephen
Austin


Winfield
Scott


 
 Zachary
Taylor
James
K.
Polk
 
 Santa
Anna



Narcissa
Whitman
 Sam
Houston
 
 John
C.
Fremont


Know
the
following:


1. Which
country
did
the
U.S.
negotiate
with
over
Oregon?

2. How
did
mountain
men
make
their
living?

3. After
trappers,
who
were
the
first
people
to
settle
Oregon?

4. Which
battle
did
Santa
Anna
say
“The
Texans
fought
more
like
devils
than
like
men’?

5. Which
African
America
called
the
war
with
Mexico
“disgraceful
&
cruel”?

6. What
is
a
vigilante?

7. What
city
was
originally
called
Deseret?

8. Why
did
people
want
to
go
to
Oregon?

9. In
what
battle
was
Santa
Anna
captured?

10. Where
did
the
U.S.
say
the
border
between
Texas
and
Mexico
was?

11. Which
man
replaced
the
Bear
Flag
with
that
of
the
U.S.?

12. Who
profited
the
most
during
the
gold
rush?

13. Who
led
the
Mormons
to
the
Great
Salt
Lake
area?

14. Where
was
Oregon
from
California?

15. Where
did
the
U.S.
and
Oregon
establish
the
new
boundary
between
the
U.S.
and

British
Canada?

16. What
dispute
caused
the
War
with
Mexico?

17. What
were
the
terms
of
the
Treaty
of
Guadalupe
Hidalgo?

18. Why
was
the
battle
of
the
Alamo
so
significant?

19. What
were
the
natural
water
boundaries
of
the
U.S.
in
1850?

20. Why
did
Mexico
stop
allowing
Americans
into
Texas?

21. Which
four
countries
all
claimed
Oregon
in
the
early
1800’s?

22. What
present
day
states,
whole
or
part,
became
part
of
the
U.S.
after
the
Mexican

War?
(7)

23. 
What
affect
did
the
discovery
of
gold
have
on
the
West?


Chronology
–
Know
the
dates
to
the
following
events:


Louisiana
Purchase
 
 Gold
Rush
 
 Texas
becomes
a
state


The
Battle
of
the
Alamo
 Oregon
is
annexed
 Treaty
of
Guadalupe
Hidalgo


Texas
gains
independence
from
Mexico