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200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 Pre-USA Birth of our Nation US Government Early USA Prelude to Civil War
Holy wars waged by Europeans to regain Holy Land.
What are the Crusades?
Cultural, social changes in the 14 th thru 16 th centuries.
What is the Renaissance?
Italian explorer sailing under Spanish flag discoveries open new world to colonization.
Who is Christopher Columbus?
Common name of Spanish soldiers fighting in the new world.
What is conquistadors?
Searched for legendary Seven Cities of Gold in 1540.
Who is Francisco Coronado?
Wartime tactics; strike quickly and disappear into the woods.
What are guerilla war tactics?
Secret group of colonists who organized to boycott British goods.
Who are the Sons of Liberty?
Virginian whose speech “Give me liberty or give me death” aroused colonial leaders.
Who is Patrick Henry?
Colonists protested tax on tea in the Boston Harbor.
What is the Boston Tea Party?
2 nd war with Great Britain to end impressments and British meddling.
What is the War of 1812?
Proposed alliance between 13 states.
What are the Articles of Confederation?
Author of the Declaration of Independence.
Who is Thomas Jefferson?
First colonial assembly established in Jamestown.
What is the House of Burgesses?
States adoption of federal legislation.
What is to ratify?
Change or addition to the Constitution approved by states.
What is an amendment?
The Virginia Company, a joint stock company sent 100 colonist to Virginia.
What is Jamestown?
Established shipping route between Buffalo and Albany.
What is the Erie Canal?
Developed steam- powered boats.
Who is Robert Fulton?
2 explorers leading expedition to Pacific Northwest.
Who are Lewis and Clark?
A movement to put an end to slavery.
What is the Abolitionists movement?
Fierce abolitionists who seized Harpers Ferry then later was hung.
Who is John Brown?
Admitted California as free state.
What is the Compromise of 1850?
Tax levied on imported products.
What is a tariff?
States act of leaving union.
What is to secede?
Became first president of Confederacy.
Who is Jefferson Davis?
Notable People in Virginia History
Click here to continue. George Washington was the second president George Washington was the second president John Adams was the first American president.
Explorers And Native Americans American Revolution.
He was a skilled Confederate general from Virginia.
Important U.S. Dates In 1492, Columbus sailed the ocean blue (the Atlantic of course) from Spain with three ships, the Nina, Pinta and the Santa.
Proclamation of 1763 LAW passed by parliament forbidding colonists to settle WEST of the Appalachian Mountains.
Part one. The first colonization started years ago The first inhabitants of this area were Native Americans = Indians They settled all parts of.
By: Jacqueline & Bella WarsDocumentsExplorersGovernment
Causes of the Revolution Social Studies Unit 5 Lesson 4.
Essential Questions: 1. Who were some of the key individuals in the Revolutionary War? 2. What role did key individuals play in the Revolutionary War?
Ch. 13: The Mayflower Compact
A Progressive Review 1 1. The Salem Witch Trials took place in what state and why did they occur? Massachusetts… Intolerance of other religions (pg 21)
What are the 2 parts (branches) that the Articles of Confederation did not have?
Raid at Harper’s Ferry. 1. Who was John Brown? an abolitionists from the North 2. Where did the raid happen? Harper’s Ferry, Virginia 3.When did the raid.
Famous Explorers and Americans
Midterm Madness Jeopardy Misc Misc Misc Misc
Welcome to The Colonies Causes of the Revolution Key Dates in History People in the Revolution Mystery? Presidents $200 $100 $400 $300 $100 $200 $300.
Unit 1 Test 10/10/12. Early Civ Explorers Colonies Colonies Random Final Question.
REVIEW 1. Why was Virginia founded? A. religious freedom B. To learn about the Native American culture. C. They were searching for gold and riches.
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