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APUSH Ch. 21-23 Test

John Dewey United States pragmatic philosopher who advocated progressive education Social Gospel Movement led by Washington Gladden – taught religion and human dignity would help the middle class over come problems of industrialization Socialism an economic system based on state ownership of capital and industry Eugene V. Debs He was the president and the organizer […]

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APUSH American Pageant Chapter 6

Samuel de Champlain French explorer in Nova Scotia who established a settlement on the site of modern Quebec (1567-1635) William Pitt A competent British leader, known as the \”Great Commoner,\” who managed to destroy New France from the inside and end the Seven Year’s War James Wolfe English general, led troops up steep cliff to […]

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APUSH Chapter 9 Notes

Society of the Cincinnati The Continental Army officers formed an exclusive hereditary order Virginia Statues o Religious Freedom Created in 1786 by Thomas Jefferson and his co-reformers States that religion should not be imposed on anybody Anti-Slavery Society Founded by the Philadelphia Quakers in 1775 Abolition of the Slave Trade In 1774, the first continental […]

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APUSH study review 1-6

Indentured servants in colonial America experienced Low social status The treatment of the Native americans by the Spanish conquistadores can be described as at times brutal and exploitative European voyages of discovery and exploration were facilitated by The Renaissance European Contact with Native Americans led to the deaths of millions of Native Americans who had […]

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Apush marking period 3

All of the following were orginal territories of North America Indian populations within the current borders of the US North east, southeast, great plains, great basin, plateau, California The origins of the modern plantation system can be found in the Portuguese slave trade Spain began to fortify and settle its north American border lands in […]

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APUSH Chapter 2 Review

Chapter Two The Planting of English America, 1500 to 1733 … What were the characteristics of the government and the economy in the Southern Colonies? Since the area was not colonized by Spain and France, England established colonies along the southern Atlantic coast. The earliest successful English colony in North America was Jamestown, founded in […]

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Chapter 20 APUSH Review

Where was the Democratic Party strongest in the late 19th century? Upper Midwest Why was the 1892 election significant to US history? The Populist party showed it was a potential threat to the Republican and Democratic parties. How did William Randolph Hearst and Joseph Pulitzer change the newspaper industry? They competed for readers by writing […]

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APUSH ch. 26&27

Dawes Act of 1887 attempt to \”americanize\” the indians giving each tribe 160 acres; after 25 years this property would become theirs (if they were good little whites) and they would become an american citizen collectivism the political principle of centralized social and economic control, esp. of all means of production the 49ers one of […]

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APUSH Chapter 27 Review

Alfred Thayer Mahan a United States Navy officer, geostrategist, and educator. His ideas on the importance of sea power influenced navies around the world, and helped prompt naval buildups before World War I. Several ships were named USS Mahan, including the lead vessel of a class of destroyers. His research into naval History led to […]

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APush Strive for a 5

American Indian culture had a different view of land ownership than did Europeans in that they thought. They owned the use of the land but not the land itself. American Indian cultures Established trade networks and communication over relatively large areas. Which of the following is true about American Indian cultures prior to contact with […]

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APUSH Chapter 1-2 Terms

Treaty of Tordesillas Definition: -An agreement between Portugal and Spain that created an imaginary line in the Atlantic Ocean -Everything discovered west of it was Spain’s, east was Portugal’s Significance: -Portuguese became dissatisfied with the agreement because the Spanish were given more land -helped prevent conflict over the land Corroboration: Conquistadors -The Treaty of Tordesillas […]

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APUSH Chapter 4

Forntier of Empire Population grew at unpredicted rates in the colonies. No one was escaping British influence. Colonists were becoming more American, which attracted the colonist to declare independence. Diversity Population of colonies doubled about every 25 years. Population becoming disperse and heterogeneous, and it was mainly young because poeple lived longer. Migration British courts […]

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Apush Chapter 14

1. All of the following gave rise to a more dynamic, market-oriented, national economy in early nineteenth-century America: push west in search of cheap land, a vast number of European immigrants settling in the cities, newly invented machinery, and better roads, faster steamboats, further-reaching canals, and tentacle-stretching railroads. 2. Pioneering Americans marooned by geography became […]

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APUSH Chapter 16

By the Mid 1840s, the American West contained few migrants from the US Which of the following Indian Tribes was not found on the Pacific coast of the far west Chumash Chinook Pomo Creek Serrano Creek In the mid 19th century, The plane indians were mostly sedentary farmers Which tribe should NOT be included among […]

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APUSH – Chapter 8 (1775-1783)

Second Continental Congress Organized the continental Army, called on the colonies to send troops, selected George Washington to lead the army, and appointed the comittee to draft the Declaration of Independence. George Washington Virginian, patriot, general, and president. Lived at Mount Vernon. Led the Revolutionary Army in the fight for independence. First President of the […]

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APUSH Chapter 6 Test Questions

The population in Catholic New France grew very slowly because disease took a heavy toll on New France’s inhabitants. During the Seven Years’ War British officials were disturbed by the lukewarm support of many colonials. The 1759 Battle of Quebec ranks as one of the most significant victories in British and American history. The early […]

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APUSH RAVI DHAWAN 6-11

While waging the American Revolution and running the government before 1787, how was Congress limited by the Articles of Confederation The articles did not give Congress the authority to order states to comply with its requests. Which of the following areas was a loyalist stronghold during the Revolution New York How could the American army […]

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APUSH Chapter 26 Critique Essay

In World War II, the main American strategy to fight Japan was to mount two offensive campaigns to attack the Japanese from two directions. In World War II, one of the primary American commanders in the Pacific was Chester Nimitz. The Battle of the Coral Sea in 1942 marked the first important victory by the […]

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APUSH Chapter 7

Republicanism Derived from Greek and Romans republics. Meant a just society was one in which all citizens subordinated their private, selfihs interest to the common good. Stability of the society was then dependant on the virtue of its citizens and it was opposed to hierarchical and authoriatrian institutions such as a monarchy Radical Whigs Second […]

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APUSH ch 16

1. Which of the following statements regarding Hispanic New Mexico is false Taos Indians allied with Navajos and apaches, forced out Anglo Americans until 1847 2. The Homestead act of 1862 Was expanded by the timber culture act 3. In the late nineteenth century which of the following was not a major western industry Fur […]

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APUSH Chapter 11 Critical Essay

Thomas Jefferson 1743-1826. Third President of United States. Main author of the Declaration of Independence. Promoted ideals of republicanism in the United States. Revolution of 1800 Jefferson’s view of his election to presidency. Jefferson claimed that the election of 1800 represented a return to what he considered the original spirit of the Revolution. Jefferson’s goals […]

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