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History Chapter 21 (no Section 2) Practice Test
Test Tuesday, May 3, 2005
Approximately 190 Questions

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Chapter 21- Section 1- Group 1

1. Who was a heroic Englishwoman who fought long-standing prejudices to make nursing a respectable profession?
2. During which war did Nightingale reorganize the inept military hospitals into efficient, sanitary places for saving lives?
3. Who's biography was titled Florence Nightingale?
4. Which revolution made Parliament the real ruler of Great Britain?
5. What type of government was Great Britain after the Glorious Revolution? (three words)
6. What group theoretically represented all British people?
7. Which two kings, described as insane and incompetent, prevented reform? (?; ?)
8. Which act permitted the election of Roman Catholics to Parliament if they recognized the Protestant monarch as the legitimate ruler of Great Britain?
9. Which king was forced to announce that he would create as many new lords as necessary to give the bill (that would give more people the right to vote and would redistribute election districts more fairly) a majority in the House of Lords?
10. Which reform bill took seats in the House of Commons away from the less populated and gave the seats to the new industrial cities and lowered property qualifications for voting? ("The ? ? of ?")

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Answers: 1. Nightingale
2. Crimean War
3. Smith
4. Glorious Revolution
5. limited constitutional monarchy
6. House of Commons
7. George III; George IV
8. Catholic Emancipation Act
9. William IV
10. The Reform Bill of 1832