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1 The purpose of these maritime laws was to restrict colonial trade. 1

2 This document was signed on July 4,

3 One result of the War of 1812 was that a temporary, but strong feeling of _____________ swept the county. 3

4 The Missouri Compromise was declared unconstitutional. 4

5 In our federalist system, the laws of the ____________ government reign supreme. 5

6 Lincoln did not respond with force to the Confederate threat to attack this fort because he wanted the Confederacy to fire the first shots in the war. 6

7 Humans, raw materials, and manufactured goods were the items imported and exported. 7

8 As a result of this policy the colonies developed a taste for self- government. 8

9 During the Civil War, she was a nurse on the battlefield; afterwards, she helped found the American Red Cross. 9

10 The president can veto acts of Congress: what is this an example of? 10

11 Lincoln’s election in 1860 triggered the ___________ of Southern states from the Union. 11

12 The ideas Thomas Jefferson expressed in the Declaration of Independence were most influenced by this Enlightenment thinker. 12

13 Under this document, each state's power in Congress was based on one vote per state. 13

14 She wrote Uncle Tom’s Cabin. 14

15 This was an agreement about how to determine a state's representation in Congress. 15

16 He was appointed head of the Union Army less than a year before the Civil War ended. 16

17 According to this idea, the residents of the territory would decide whether slavery would be allowed. 17

18 When the Civil War began, his main goal was to restore the Union. 18

19 It resolved the issue of how enslaved people were to be counted in the population. 19

20 Its purpose was to maintain the balance of slave states and free states. 20

21 He surrendered at the Appomattox Court House in Virginia on April 9,

22 The United States went to war with this nation in 1812 because they were interfering with U.S. foreign trade. 22

23 He assassinated President Lincoln. 23

24 According to this theory, a country has a favorable balance of trade when they export more than they import. 24

25 African slaves were carried from Africa to the West Indies and North America along this leg of the triangular trade. 25

26 After this battle, the Union gained control of the Mississippi River, cutting the Confederacy in half. 26

27 It made ending slavery a goal of the Civil War. 27

28 He burned down the city of Atlanta. 28

29 Under it, California would be admitted as a free state, which actually threw off the balance of power between slave states and free states. 29

30 Although he thought it was evil, he did not think that the President had the authority to ban slavery. 30

31 The states shown here. 31

32 This is the symbol for this nation’s ships. 32

33 He was the President of the Confederate States of America. 33

34 The rural Southern economy had grown increasingly dependent upon their labor. 34

35 Congress can override a presidential veto by a two-thirds: what is this an example of? 35

36 The Navigation Acts 36  The purpose of these maritime laws was to restrict colonial trade.  Study Guide Question 2

37 Declaration of Independence 37  This document was signed on July 4,  Study Guide Question 7

38 Nationalism 38  One result of the War of 1812 was that a temporary, but strong feeling of _____________ swept the county.  Study Guide Question 14

39 Dred Scott v. US 39  The Missouri Compromise was declared unconstitutional.  Study Guide Question 28

40 national government 40  In our federalist system, the laws of the ____________ government reign supreme.  Study Guide Question 12

41 Fort Sumter 41  Lincoln did not respond with force to the Confederate threat to attack this fort because he wanted the Confederacy to fire the first shots in the war.  Study Guide Question 30

42 Triangular Trade 42  Humans, raw materials, and manufactured goods were the items imported and exported.  Study Guide Question 5

43 Salutary Neglect 43  As a result of this policy the colonies developed a taste for self-government.  Study Guide Question 3

44 Clara Barton 44  During the Civil War, she was a nurse on the battlefield; afterwards, she helped found the American Red Cross.  Study Guide Question 24

45 Checks and Balances 45  The president can veto acts of Congress, but Congress can override a veto by a two-thirds: what is this an example of?  Study Guide Question 10

46 secession 46  Lincoln’s election in 1860 triggered the ___________ of Southern states from the Union.  Study Guide Question 18

47 John Locke 47  The ideas Thomas Jefferson expressed in the Declaration of Independence were most influenced by this Enlightenment thinker.  Study Guide Question 6

48 Articles of Confederation 48  Under this document, each state's power in Congress was based on one vote per state.  Study Guide Question 8

49 Harriet Beecher Stowe 49  She wrote Uncle Tom’s Cabin.  Study Guide Question 15

50 The Great Compromise 50  This was an agreement about how to determine a state's representation in Congress.  Study Guide Question 9

51 Ulysses S. Grant 51  He was appointed head of the Union Army less than a year before the Civil War ended.  Study Guide Question 21

52 popular sovereignty 52  According to this idea, the residents of the territory would decide whether slavery would be allowed.  Study Guide Question 16

53 Abraham Lincoln 53  When the Civil War began, his main goal was to restore the Union.  Study Guide Question 19

54 3/5 Compromise 54  It resolved the issue of how enslaved people were to be counted in the population.  Study Guide Question 11

55 Missouri Compromise 55  Its purpose was to maintain the balance of slave states and free states.  Study Guide Question 27

56 Robert E. Lee 56  He surrendered at the Appomattox Court House in Virginia on April 9,  Study Guide Question 23

57 Britain 57  The United States went to war with this nation in 1812 because they were interfering with U.S. foreign trade.  Study Guide Question 13

58 John Wilkes Booth 58  He assassinated President Lincoln.  Study Guide Question 25

59 mercantilism 59  According to this theory, a country has a favorable balance of trade when they export more than they import.  Study Guide Question 1

60 middle passage 60  African slaves were carried from Africa to the West Indies and North America along this leg of the triangular trade.  Study Guide Question 4

61 Vicksburg 61  After this battle, the Union gained control of the Mississippi River.  Study Guide Question 20

62 Emancipation Proclamation 62  It made ending slavery a goal of the Civil War.  Study Guide Question 31

63 William T Sherman 63  He burned down the city of Atlanta.  Study Guide Question 22

64 Compromise of  Under it, California would be admitted as a free state, which actually threw off the balance of power between slave states and free states.  Study Guide Question 29

65 Abraham Lincoln 65  Although he thought it was evil, he did not think that the President had the authority to ban slavery.  Study Guide Question 17

66 Border States  The states shown here.  Study Guide Question 32 66

67 France  This is the symbol for this nation’s ships:  Study Guide Question 32 67

68 Jefferson Davis 68  He was the President of the Confederate States of America.

69 African Slaves 69  The rural Southern economy had grown increasingly dependent upon their labor.

70 Map Skills 70

71 Chart Reading 71

72 Essay Option 1 72 Explain how the colonies evolved from a system of interdependence with Britain to one in which they insisted on complete independence from Britain.  When constructing your response, be sure to consider the following:  mercantilism and salutary neglect  British actions between 1765 and 1770  the steps the colonies took to assert their rights before finally declaring independence

73 Essay Option 2 73 Contrast the economic systems that developed in the North and the South from the colonial period through the early 1800s and give at least one example in which those economic differences led to political conflict in the antebellum period.  When constructing your response, be sure to consider the following:  geographic factors that led to the development of two different economic systems  key events over the course of the time period that increased those differences  political conflicts or crises between these two regions that clearly reflect different economic interests

74 Let’s review the trends we’ve seen so far Civil War Begins Cotton Gin (1793) 74

75 Essay Option 3 75  During the Civil War the southern states rebelled against the Union. During the Revolutionary War the colonies rebelled from England. Compare and contrast the reasons for the Civil War and the Revolutionary War. In what ways were they similar? In what ways were they different?  Make a T-Chart or Venn diagram using all of your notes and assignments from Units One and Two

76 Don’t forget about my web page! 76  All class notes and assignments have been posted:  /Page/4070 /Page/4070


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