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This is why the first British settlers came to America What is to look for gold or get rich quickly?
When determining representation in the House of Reps., slaves were counted as this much of a person. What is 3/5ths?
The Proclamation of 1763 prevented colonists from settling west of these mountains What are the Appalachians?
This man’s rebellion ultimately led to increased land for Virginia tobacco planters Who is Nathaniel Bacon?
This religious revival helped spread Christianity into the slave population What is the First Great Awakening?
This was the forced march of thousands of Cherokee out of Georgia into Oklahoma What is The Trail of Tears?
This treaty ended the Mexican-American War and gave the U.S. both Texas and California What is the Treaty of Guadalupe- Hidalgo?
The Missouri Compromise was an attempt to deal with this major sectional conflict What is slavery?
In 1836 the Lone Star Republic declared its independence from this nation What is Mexico?
The War of 1812 was, in part, a result of the failure of this treaty What is Jay’s Treaty?
When the Civil War began, this was Lincoln’s goal What is to preserve the Union?
This was the direct result of Lincoln’s election What is secession?
This man hoped to free the slaves by giving them weapons; his raid on Harpers Ferry, VA, however, was a failure and he was hanged Who is John Brown?
These members of Congress did not support Lincoln and Johnson’s plans for Reconstruction Who were Radical Republicans?
This type of farming effectively forced freedmen into economic slavery during Reconstruction What is sharecropping?
This organization was created to help Black Americans What is the NAACP?
Among the goals of this political party were regulation of the railroad and the printing of paper currency Who are Populists?
These are the two main types of monopolies and how they function What are vertical (every step) and horizontal (all of one step)?
Though it failed to do so, the Interstate Commerce Commission was created to regulate this industry What is the railroad industry?
This treaty established the reservation system What is the Ft. Laramie Treaty?
The U.S. wanted an Open Door into this country to have access to economic markets What is China?
The Platt Amendment allowed the U.S. to intervene in this nation’s affairs, even if she was not asked for help What is Cuba?
What is Yellow Journalism? This is best defined as exaggerated news reporting
These are the four main causes of WWI What are militarism, alliances, imperialism and nationalism?
This stated that the U.S. would serve as international policemen in Latin America What is the Roosevelt Corollary to the Monroe Doctrine?
He said “speak softly and carry a big stick” Who is Teddy Roosevelt?
He wanted everyone to see How The Other Half Lives Who is Jacob Riis?
She wrote muckraking articles about Standard Oil Who is Ida Tarbell?
She was a suffragette and anti-lynching activist What is Ida B. Wells?
She began Hull House, the first settlement house Who is Jane Addams?
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The Expansion of the US and the Sectional Crisis By Dave Forrest.
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Pre-Civil War Mr. Potts 7 th Grade Social Studies Sossaman Middle School.
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Causes of the Civil War. Slavery in Texas (1) Many settlers brought slaves with them to Texas Was a cheap source of labor to work the cotton fields Slaves.
Colonies Acts passed By Parliament Compromises Land Additions Important.
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The Changing Nation. Sectionalism and Borders 1816 James Monroe becomes president Sectionalism is tearing the nation apart US and Britain meet at.
War of 1812 caused by. War of 1812 CREATED Nationalism Patriotism Market Economy Industrialism Manifest Destiny (which opens the wounds of slavery. Reform(ism)
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Standard 6.3 – Foreign Policy in the early 20 th Century.
SECTIONALISM IN ANTEBELLUM UNITED STATES IN Route to Civil War.
Instructions for using this template. Remember this is Jeopardy, so where I have written “Answer” this is the prompt the students will see, and where.
Revolutions in the Americas Central and South America/United States.
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U.S. History Review Clear out the Cobwebs. What did we learn last semester? Quick Review of Early America Reviewed the Civil War Reconstruction The West.
Big 50 Key Terms Review # 1. America’s first form of government was the _____ of _________ Articles Confederation The Articles of Confederation was too.
America as a World Power – Part 2 Page 213. America becomes very involved in foreign countries U.S. involvement Philippines p.219 CHINA p.222 CUBA p.
The Coming of the Civil War Chapter Two Nations? A. North & South divided: each saw the other as a threat to their way of life. B. Northern.
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Imperialism ( ): America becomes a world power Imperialism- foreign policy of powerful countries seeking to control weaker countries or regions.
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