A Nation Under Our Feet: Black Political Struggles in the Rural South from Slavery to the Great Migration Test | Final Test - Easy

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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. Emigration won support from the educated, ________ free men of color in the North during antebellum.
(a) Rural.
(b) Urban.
(c) Religious.
(d) Organized.

2. Disappointment with the __________ increased the interest in emigration of African Americans.
(a) White man.
(b) Voting system.
(c) Republican Party.
(d) Democratic Party.

3. In South Carolina, about 55% of the state legislature was filled by ______________, including many blacks.
(a) Freed men.
(b) Republicans.
(c) Uninformed men.
(d) Democrats.

4. Blacks looks to local political power as a way to construct a new political __________.
(a) Movement.
(b) Identity.
(c) State.
(d) Structure.

5. The Klan also attacked local black __________ and school houses.
(a) Stadiums.
(b) Churches.
(c) Grocery stores.
(d) Drinking fountains.

6. The __________ movement was one of the most successful challenges to the Democratic Party rule in the rural South.
(a) KKK.
(b) Readjuster.
(c) Conservationist.
(d) Union League.

7. When a black man vied for office, it required the mobilization of entire ________________.
(a) Churches.
(b) Communities.
(c) Plantations.
(d) States.

8. The KKK could be seen as a __________ movement to continue the battle or avenge the consequences of surrender during the Civil War.
(a) Guerilla.
(b) Strange.
(c) Unconscious.
(d) Terrorist.

9. African American _____________ also made emigration difficult.
(a) Bureaucracy.
(b) Poverty.
(c) Families.
(d) Political power.

10. Many Klans believed that teaching school was a front for _____________ objectives.
(a) Religious.
(b) African American.
(c) Democratic.
(d) Political.

11. It should be noted that Klansmen did not ride without fear of _________ or of meeting resistance.
(a) Unmasking.
(b) Retaliation.
(c) Lynchings.
(d) Legal ramifcations.

12. Newspapers, handbills, and pamphlets played a prominent role in disseminating information about emigration to ________ blacks.
(a) Western.
(b) Northern.
(c) Enslaved.
(d) Southern.

13. White landowners and tenant farmers began to attend meetings of the Agricultural _______ or Farmer's Alliance in large numbers.
(a) Wheel.
(b) Settlement.
(c) Order.
(d) Guild.

14. "________ supremacy was no longer just a rallying cry, a goal, a discourse, or a description of relations."
(a) Black.
(b) Government.
(c) White.
(d) Male.

15. African Americans understood that ____________ in the United States was build on violence and repression.
(a) Peace.
(b) Society.
(c) Democracy.
(d) Slavery.

Short Answer Questions

1. The lines of authority tended to flow from the _______ heads of household.

2. In places where the Republican interest was strong, ___________ interest was less than in other areas.

3. The great majority of African Americans in the South remained loyal to the __________ Party.

4. __________ efforts generally offers African Americans a greater chance of holding office and holding some sort of political power.

5. Emigration sentiment seemed to be most powerful in areas where freed people labored on ____________.

(see the answer keys)

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