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1960s Freedom Summer Greensboro sit-ins U-2 incident détente
1880s pragmatism (William James) John Dewey Edward Bellamy (Looking Backward)
1920s “Lost Generation” Warren G. Harding Henry Ford Sacco and Vanzetti Marcus Garvey
1600-1650 Pilgrims/Separatists Anne Hutchinson headright system city on a hill Covenant of Grace
1840s Mexican American War Mormons free soilers American Anti-slavery Society
1930s Agricultural Adjustment Adm. (AAA) phony war Congress of Industrial Organization brain trust Huey Long (Kingfish)
1760s Quartering Act Stamp Act Sugar Act no taxation without representation
1950s Alger Hiss NSC 68 NATO
1970s SALT I Treaty Hippies Camp David Accords Mayaguez incident Bakke v Board of Regents
1820s American Colonization Society Missouri Compromise Era of Good Feelings Tariff of Abominations South Carolina Exposition
1790s Federalist party Pinckney Treaty undeclared naval war assumption of state debts
1880s American Federation of Labor Dawes Act Alfred Thayer Mahan horizontal/vertical integration Haymarket Square Incident
1700-1750 Peter Zenger trial Great Awakening James Oglethorpe George Whitefield Jonathan Edwards
1840s Seneca Falls Convention Irish immigration Treaty of Guadalupe-Hidalgo Wilmot Proviso
1950s baby boomers Sputnik beat generation Brown v Board of Education Julius and Ethel Rosenberg
1940s Servicemen's Readjustment Act George Kennan United Nations Korematsu v U.S.
1930s Bank holiday National Recovery Administration Scottsboro trial Wagner Act
1890s settlement house movement William Jennings Bryan Atlanta Compromise Jingoism Sherman Silver Purchase Act
1790s Bank of the United States Virginia-Kentucky Resolutions XYZ Affair Whiskey Rebellion Jay Treaty
1780s Shay's Rebellion Northwest Ordinance Three-fifths Compromise Articles of Confederation Annapolis Convention
1830s Bank war spoils system Second Great Awakening Transcendentalism gag rule
1880s Social Gospel Knights of Labor Jim Crow Laws A Century of Dishonor Social Darwinism
1770s Battle of Saratoga Thomas Paine’s Common Sense Coercive/Intolerable Acts Boston Tea Party
1890s Spanish-American War Booker T. Washington Gospel of Wealth yellow journalism Sherman Anti-trust Act
1960s Bay of Pigs Malcolm X War on Poverty Warren Commission Ralph Nader (Unsafe at any Speed))
1900s spheres of influence Big Stick Policy Lochner v New York Gentlemen's Agreement muckrakers
1870s Bland-Allison Act Thomas Nast Henry George (Progress and Poverty) Munn v Illinois
1760s Stamp Act Congress Sons of Liberty Pontiac's Rebellion Townshend Acts
1890s Dingley Tariff Coxey's Army Frederick Olmstead Teller Amendment Wounded Knee
1980s supply-side economics Iran-Contra Oliver North “evil empire”
1910s Committee on Public Information League of Nations Federal Reserve System International Workers of the World 16th, 17 th, 18 th Amendments
1770s Tea Act Boston Massacre First and Second Continental Congress
1780s Great Compromise Virginia/New Jersey Plans Barbary Pirates Treaty of Paris
1870s The Grange Crédit Mobilier Scandal long drives Horatio Alger Chief Joseph
1600-1650 indentured servants Mayflower Compact Roger Williams Great Puritan Migration House of Burgesses
1910s Creel Committee Henry Cabot Lodge "Birth of a Nation” Article X Wobblies
1900s Theodore Roosevelt Upton Sinclair (The Jungle) Emilio Aguinaldo Pure Food and Drug Act Anthracite Coal Strike
1840s cult of domesticity Manifest Destiny James K. Polk Lucretia Mott
1650-1700 Trade and Navigation Acts Bacon's Rebellion King Philip's War Salutary neglect Halfway Covenant
1930s Securities and Exchange Commission Neutrality acts court packing scheme "share the wealth” Indian Reorganization Act
1850s Dred Scott v Sandford Fugitive Slave Law Gadsden Purchase Bleeding Kansas Sumner-Brooks Affair
1860s Emancipation Proclamation Homestead Act Battle of Antietam Crittenden Compromise
1830s Trail of Tears Dorothea Dix Nullification William Lloyd Garrison/Liberator Worcester v Georgia
1920s F. Scott Fitzgerald quota system Harlem Renaissance, Washington Naval Conference
1810s Treaty of Ghent Hartford Convention Adams-Onis Treaty War Hawks American System
1940s Fair Deal Japanese interment Truman Doctrine Yalta Conference Taft-Hartley Act
1910s Volstead Act Bull Moose Party Federal Reserve Act “he kept us out of war” Triangle Shirtwaist fire
1930s Fair Labor Standards Act New Deal Bonus March 21st amendment “3 R’s”
1830s Whigs Force Act Independent Treasury Specie Circular
1860s Seward's Folly Sharecropping Tenure of Office Act scalawags
1970s War Powers Act Equal Rights Amendment OPEC Helsinki Accords Kent State
Road to the Revolution – Make a timeline of these events and explain each Two ideological/philosophical events – Great Awakening and the Enlightenment.
Decade Review. Long hot summers U-2 incident Détente Freedom Summer Greensboro sit-ins 1960s What else happened?
Spoils System. Virginia and Kentucky Resolutions.
A-B-C Book Mr. Smith 8 th grade U.S. History April 12 th & 13 th, 2012.
Chapter Review Play this with a partner. Ulysses S. Grant Boss Tweed Credit Mobilier Scandal Gilded Age Compromise of 1877 Civil Rights Acts of.
Progressive Era/Imperialism Categorization Activity.
5. Hohokam 10. colonization 11. Iroquois Confederation 19. Puritans 20. House of Burgesses 21. Quakers 23.. John Smith 24. Wm. Penn 25. John Winthrop 26.
Goal 1 Vocabulary Constitution Bill of Rights Federal Executive Branch Judicial Branch Legislative Branch Union States’ Rights Nullification Nationalism.
Unit 2—Chapters 6 – 8 A New Nation CSS 8.1, 8.2, 8.3, 8.4, 11.1, 11.3,
APUSH Periodization & Decades Review. Name the decade... “long, hot summers” Freedom Summer Greensboro sit-ins U-2 incident Détente.
US History Fall Midterm Review. Unit 1: Colonization.
1500’s. SPANISH EXPLORATION NEW WORLD GOLD POWERFUL COUNTRY.
Upsurge of Nationalism ( ) War of 1812 Often called the Second War for Independence Country was unprepared (decentralized gov.) Battle of New Orleans.
Project Standards & Vocabulary. Unit 1: The Colonial Era SSUSH1 The student will describe European settlement in North America during the 17th.
MR. LIPMAN’S APUS REVIEW Unit 1 Chapters 1-5. Portuguese sailors go East around Africa to reach India (Dias and Da Gama) Spanish sailors go West across.
Study Guide Units Multiple Choice Questions.
Overseas Spanish American War 1898 Reverend Josiah Strong, Our Country 1886 Captain Alfred Thayer Mahan, The Influence of Sea Power Upon History 1890.
Periodization 1800 – The Election of Thomas Jefferson leading to the first peaceful transfer of political power from one political party to.
Popular Sovereignty Federalism Checks & Balances Republicanism Separation of Powers Limited Government Principles of the Constitution 50 points.
Government Principles Political Parties Articles of Confederation DocumentsPeople Strengths Weaknesses Define each Principle 1.Limited Gov’t. 2. Federalism-
First Semester Review. What year was the first permanent English settlement established?
2015. The Magna Carta Jamestown John Smith.
4.5 study Guide. 1.Christopher Columbus 2.Columbian exchange 3.Jamestown 4.Virginia Company of London 5.Joint Stock Company 6.Investors were looking make.
AP U.S. HISTORY EXAM REVIEW The Machine Age
The 2100 Scale Score Pyramid Taken from: Carrollton-Farmers Branch ISD 8 th Grade Social Studies TAKS Review.
Chapters 1-3. Columbus and the Spanish 1492 Columbus finds America’s 1494 Treaty of Tordesillas 1519 Cortez lands in Mexico 1532 Pizarro conquers the.
President’s Book!. #1 George Washington Years in Office: 1789 – 1797 Political Party – None MAJOR ACCOMPLISHMENTS Set many Precedents Set many Precedents.
Alfred Thayer Mahan Queen Liliuokalani Yellow Journalism U.S.S. Maine Platt Amendment Insular Cases, 1901 Hay-Bunau-Varilla Treaty, 1903 Roosevelt Corollary,
Mid-Term Review Wednesday, January 28 th 10:30 50 M.C. questions Thematic Essay DBQ Essay with documents.
AP GOALS 1-4. Tariff of Abominations Anne Hutchinson.
Continuity & Change in Colonial America 1607: Settlement of Jamestown 1619: VA House of Burgesses; 1 st African Am in VA 1620: Mayflower Compact 1636:
Cyrus McCormick Henry Clay Lowell System Anthracite coal mining Interchangeable parts John Deere American System Erie Canal National Road (Cumberland Road)
Review – Day 3 1 st /2 nd Great Awakening Upsurge of Nationalism ( ) Judicial Nationalism 19 th Century Reform Sectional Conflict.
Periodization 1890 – Census declared the U.S. frontier was no more – Sherman Anti- Trust Act passed – the beginnings of the Progressive Era.
REVOLUTIONARY AMERICA MAJOR THEMES How did the French and Indian War affect England’s relationship with its colonies?
Review Session Colonization 3 types – Royal, Proprietary, and Charter New England: Religious influence of the Puritans – Plymouth settled.
US History Fall Midterm Review. Unit 3: The New Nation.
Creating the New Republic Washington’s Inaugural Address Government Bureaucracy Bill of Rights Virginia Declaration of Rights Virginia Statute for Religious.
EOC Survivor Season 1 Foundations of US Government.
The “Critical Period” – Establishing a stable United States Government 1780s Articles of Confederation “League of Friendship” = weak Union Unable.
Unit 10 – The Civil Rights Movement ■ The Beginning of The Civil Rights Movement.
Regents Review Last Night/Day. Regents Review Early Representation in America: Early Representation in America: House of Burgesses House of Burgesses.
AP Exam Review Session #1 Columbus Chapter 2 John Smith James Oglethorpe Chief Powhatan John RolfeLord Baltimore Act of TolerationPrimogeniture.
Missouri Compromise of 1820 Monroe Doctrine John Quincy AdamsAndrew Jackson Trail of TearsDaniel Webster.
UNIT 1 REVIEW GAME British Gov - Enlightenment Colonial Period Revolutionary Period Declaration of Independence Articles.
U.S. History Summer School. Loyalty leads to Rebellion Stamp Act 1765 –First Tax levied directly against the Colonies –Sons of Liberty organized to oppose.
A.P. U.S. History Exam Tips. Exam Breakdown Total exam time is 3 hours, 5 minutes 80 Multiple Choice Questions – 55 Minutes – No penalty for guessing.
Starter 10/9 Test Corrections My AnswerWhat I was thinking Correct Answer Evidence that it is correct.
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