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AP GOALS 1-4
Tariff of Abominations
Alien and Sedition Acts
Lexington and Concord
Henry David Thoreau
Maysville Road Veto
Worchester v Georgia
House of Burgesses
French and Indian War
Albany Plan of Union
Olive Branch Petition
Election of 1828
Revolution of 1800
Cause of the War of 1812
Virginia and Kentucky Resolutions
Proclamation of Neutrality
Review Sheet Unit 3 Washington to War of 1812.
Endgame Review II.
Creating the New Republic Washington’s Inaugural Address Government Bureaucracy Bill of Rights Virginia Declaration of Rights Virginia Statute for Religious.
Early Colonial Period Colonial Labor & Trade The Am.
Empowerment of the “Common Man”
The Constitution at Work *Who were the first Presidents under the Constitution? *What does “unwritten Constitution” mean? *What issues threatened.
Manhattan Transfer Atlantic Transfer Columbian Exchange
America in the Age of Jackson July 11, War of 1812 ( ) Why war? Why war? Henry Clay and the War Hawks Henry Clay and the War Hawks 12/24/14:
American History (through 1850)
Project Standards & Vocabulary
The Federalist Era Chapter 9 Overview.
1 st Semester Review. Gold, Glory, God What are the main reasons for European voyages of exploration?
Constitutional Foundations for The United States Democratic Republic The Creation of a Nation.
Launching the New Ship of State Growing Pains American Growth.
Jefferson Adams/ Madison Monroe Sorry Mr. Jackson.
: The Colonial Period -Jamestown, the Puritans, economy (tobacco vs. trade), Great Awakening, French & Indian War.
Chapters 5-7 & The Constitution. Fort Duquesne Albany Plan of Union Invite the Iroquois What it does Organize armies Collect taxes Rejected.
What is the cornerstone of English justice and was signed in 1215 by King John?
Jacksonian Democracy What is it? Revival of Jefferson’s “common man” –Equality of economic opportunity Attack on privilege Govt. should prevent.
Alan Brinkley, AMERICAN HISTORY 13/e Chapter Eight: Varieties of American Nationalism.
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