1. In the acquisition known as the _______, in 1853 the United States bought the land that currently constitutes the southern portions of the states of Arizona and New Mexico.2. The first agreement between the Plains Indians and the United States government was the _______ Treaty.3. A speech by _______ at a womens rights convention in Akron, Ohio, in 1851 became famous for pointing out the combination of her childbearing and her backbreaking work as a slave.4. Mob violence in May 1856 in the city of _______ marked the beginning of the phenomenon that became known as Bleeding Kansas in which northern sympathizers and southern sympathizers enacted violence toward one another as they struggled for control of the state of Kansas.5. Upon its creation as a nation, the Southern Confederacy chose _______ as its provisional president.6. Approximately what fraction of all free males between the ages of 15 and 59 served in the army during the Civil War?7. In the American South after the Civil War, _______ laws stated that black individuals who were not lawfully employed by a white employer could be arrested, jailed, fined, or hired out to a man who would assume responsibility for their debts and behavior.8. In what state did the Central Pacific and Union Pacific railroads meet, linking the nation by railroad from the Atlantic Ocean to the Pacific Ocean?
States of Arizona and New Mexico
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