Unit 3 Lesson 5: Abraham Lincoln
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by Jason Clark
| 13 Questions
Note from the author:
McGraw Hill- Imagine It - 4th Grade
1
10 pts
A 'legislator' is a
state governor.
police officer.
shopkeeper.
lawmaker.
2
10 pts
Abe enjoyed 'politics' a lot. 'Politics' is the study of
farming.
running a store.
the government.
law.
3
10 pts
Many Americans were impressed with Lincoln's 'intelligence.' 'Intelligence' is
height.
strength.
the ability to think and understand.
basic family values.
4
10 pts
The United States is a nation conceived in 'liberty'. This means that our citizens have
freedom to act, think, or speak as they please.
very many responsibilities.
a need to speak up for themselves.
the right to vote.
5
10 pts
If someone 'debates' something they are
agreeing with it.
arguing their point of view.
stirring something.
liking it very much.
6
10 pts
Why did Lincoln's father keep moving the family?
He was worried about a sickness in the area.
He was looking for better educational opportunities for his children.
He was looking for better farmland.
He was in the military.
7
10 pts
All of these are mentioned as young Lincoln's favorite reading material EXCEPT
Oliver Twist.
Aesop's Fables.
Robinson Crusoe.
the plays of William Shakespeare.
8
10 pts
Which of these happened to Lincoln after he became a state legislator?
His mother died.
He managed a general store in New Salem.
He helped his father build log cabins.
He met Mary Todd.
9
10 pts
What event started the Civil War?
the battle of Bull Run.
the firing on Fort Sumter
the debates between Lincoln and Douglas
the Gettysburg Address
10
10 pts
President Lincoln died
before the Civil War ended.
right before the battle of Bull Run
after the slaves were freed.
before the Thirteenth Amendment was passed.
11
10 pts
How was the country divided during LincolnĀ“s presidency?
12
10 pts
What was the debate about slavery in the new territories?
13
10 pts
Why did people in New Salem enjoy LincolnĀ“s company?
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