CBSE Class 9th History 6 – Peasants and Farmers MCQs

Who said, "Plant more wheat, wheat will win the war"

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US President Woodrow Wilson said, "Plant more wheat, wheat will win the war."

By ____, labourers in England were paid wages and employed only at the time of the harvest.

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By 1800, labourers in England were paid wages and employed only at the time of the harvest.

The American War of Independence ended in:

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The American War of Independence ended in 1783.

The Great Plains across the Mississippi became a major ____-producing area for the Americans.

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The Great Plains across the river Mississippi became a major wheat-producing area for the Americans.

The forest cover in the USA is over ____ million acres.

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The forests cover in the USA is over 800 million acres.

Thomas Jefferson was the President of:

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Thomas Jefferson was the first President of the USA.

Cyrus McCormick invented the ____.

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Cyrus McCormick invented the reaper.

The Captain Swing movement in England occurred between 1830 and:

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The Captain Swing movement in England occurred between 1830 and 1832.

Sod is a piece of earth with:

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Sod is a piece of earth with grass.

In 1785, about ____ million pounds of tea was imported into England.

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In 1785, about 15 million pounds of tea was imported into England.

____ created the grounds for the Great Agrarian Depression of 1930 that ruined the lives of farmers of US.

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Surplus wheat production created the grounds for the Great Agrarian Depression of 1930 that ruined the lives of farmers of US.

In the late eighteenth century, The British East India Company used to buy ____ from China for sale in England.

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In the late eighteenth century, The British East India Company used to buy tea and silk from China for sale in England.

Opium was introduced into China in the early ____ century.

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Opium was introduced into China in the early 16th century.

Over the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries in the English countryside the early enclosures were usually created by ____.

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Over the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries in the English countryside the early enclosures were usually created by Landlords.

The Manchus were:

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The Manchus were the Confucian rulers of China.

The ____ introduced opium into China.

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The Portuguese introduced opium into China.

Till ____, white American settlements were confined to a small narrow strip of coastal land in the east.

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Till 1780, white American settlements were confined to a small narrow strip of coastal land in the east.

The British Parliament passed ____ acts legalising enclosures in English countryside.

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The British Parliament passed four acts legalising enclosures in English countryside.

Grasslands cover ____ million acres of the USA.

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Grasslands cover 600 million acres of the USA.

By 1830, England's tea imports jumped to ____ million pounds.

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By 1830, England's tea imports jumped to 30 million pounds.

Opium is primarily known for its ____ properties.

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Opium primarily known for its medicinal properties.

By 1868, England was producing about ____ per cent of the food it consumed.

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By 1868, England was producing about 80 per cent of the food it consumed.

The American War of Independence began in:

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The American War of Independence began in 1775.

Lin Ze-Xu was a special commissioner at:

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Lin Ze-Xu was a special commissioner with instructions to stop the opium trade at Canton.

Cyrus McCormick invented the reaper in:

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Cyrus McCormick invented the reaper in 1831.

In the 1660's, farmers in Europe began growing:

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In the 1660's, farmers in Europe began growing turnips and clovers.

The Battle of Plessey took place in:

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The Battle of Plessey took place in 1757.

"Life" magazine referred to ____ as the artist of the dust bowl.

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"Life" magazine referred to Alexander Hogue as the artist of the dust bowl.

John Constable was a:

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John Constable was a painter.

Between 1750 and 1850, ____ million acres of land was enclosed in English country side.

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Between 1750 and 1850, 6 million acres of land was enclosed in English country side.

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