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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
Creating the New Republic Washington’s Inaugural Address Government Bureaucracy Bill of Rights Virginia Declaration of Rights Virginia Statute for Religious.
Endgame Review II. A Brief History of Unit 2 Seven Years War (or the French-Indian War) French expand into the Ohio River Valley Washington goes to remove.
* What events helped establish our new govt? Washington and the Presidency - leadership style / personality - leadership style / personality Judiciary.
The Age of Jackson Pat Points… What was the path to the Presidency? Of the first 5 Presidents…what states were they from & what were their.
Review Sheet Unit 3 Washington to War of Cabinet Advisors to the President are known as the _______________.
US History in a Day. Discovery and Settlement of the New World, A. Europe in the sixteenth century A. Europe in the sixteenth century B. Spanish,
Review Early Exploration Spanish & Portuguese were first Spanish & Portuguese were first Why? Why? The 3 Gs – gold, glory & gospel The 3 Gs.
Unit 5: Age of Jackson, Democracy and the Common Man Alexis de Tocqueville (French writer and visitor to the US) and others from Europe were.
Chapter 7 – Nationalism and Economic Growth Relations with Great Britain and Spain The Monroe Doctrine James Monroe The Economy ( ) The American.
THE LATE EIGHTEENTH AND EARLY NINETEENTH CENTURIES To Jackson.
Early Colonial Period Colonial Labor & Trade The Am.
What Is a “Big Idea”? A “historical motivator” Offers a solution to a pressing problem A completely original concept or a novel and innovative way to.
TEST Review Questions. Half-Way Covenant- An agreement between the Puritan Church and its followers stating that if your parents or grandparents were.
James What is G? System of a Down Go to the John Let’s Compromise
Chronology from Columbus (1492) to the Plains Indian Wars (1890) Timeline Self-Test To use this show, go to view and click notes page. Then start slide.
CH 6 Federalist and Democratic-Republicans Pg 210.
1. Which of the following was not a cause of the Panic of 1819? A. Recovery of European agriculture in the early nineteenth century. B. Overexpansion of.
With your host Mr. Bass and Mr. DeMent!! Choose a category. You will be given the answer. You must give the correct question. Click to begin.
Launching a New Nation February Essential Question ► How did President Washington and Congress shape the new national government?
The 1790s Remaining Neutral. The Debate over Revolution A.The French Revolution - Messy and confusing change in power. - The Dem-Reps supported Revolution.
U.S. / VA History Midterm Exam Climatic conditions in the southern colonies most directly influenced the development of A. democratic institutions.
CHAPTER 3: THE GROWTH OF A YOUNG NATION AMERICA EXPANDS IN THE FIRST HALF OF THE 19 TH CENTURY.
John Adams Our Second President. The Man Harvard educated at 16 Successful lawyer Married Abigail Smith (housewife and wonderful writer) Founding Father.
Welcome to... A Game of Xs and Os Scoreboard X O Click Here if X Wins Click Here if O Wins.
AP US HISTORY ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS. What did “America” look like when Europeans got here?
A New Nation Standard 2. A New Nation USHC- 2.1 Summarize the early development of representative government and political rights in the American colonies,
The Era of Good Feelings The Era of Good Feelings ( ) ( )
Essential Questions United States History – Unit Two 1. How has the nature of democracy in the U.S. changed as society has grown and changed? 2. How did.
Susan M. Pojer Horace Greeley HS Chappaqua, NY The Era of Good Feelings ? ( ) The Era of Good Feelings ? ( )
The War for Independence Chapter 4. Events that lead to the War The French and Indian War (1754) created debt for the English. The British wanted colonists.
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