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American History Theme 4
Enlightenment
Declaration of Independence a reflecti…
Constitution a reflection of Enlighten…
Social Contract
Rights like life, liberty and happiness are given to all by G…
The Declaration of Independence was inspired by Enlightenment…
The Constitution declared the citizens are protected from the…
Idea that all people in civil society give up some of their p…
Enlightenment
Rights like life, liberty and happiness are given to all by G…
Declaration of Independence a reflecti…
The Declaration of Independence was inspired by Enlightenment…
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American History Unit 4
majority
plurality
spoils system
caucus
more than half
the largest single share of votes
replacing government employees with the winner's supporters
presidential candidates are chosen by Congress
majority
more than half
plurality
the largest single share of votes
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American History People 4
Mikhail Gorbachev
Montesquieu
Muhammad
Napoleon Bonaparte
Soviet leader... western ideas, glasnost
French philosopher... proposed separation of powers in govt
Arab leader... founder of Islamic religion
Child of French Revolution... declared himself Emperor of France
Mikhail Gorbachev
Soviet leader... western ideas, glasnost
Montesquieu
French philosopher... proposed separation of powers in govt
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Ch. 4 American History
Subsistence farming
Triangular trade
Middle passage
Cash crops
Make enough food just for your family
Trade between Europe, Africa, and the Americas
Leg of the triangular trade where slaves were traded from Afr…
Growing a surplus of ag to sell
Subsistence farming
Make enough food just for your family
Triangular trade
Trade between Europe, Africa, and the Americas
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Unit 4 American History
Prohibition
Leisure Time
Social Change
Volstead Act
A law forbidding the sale of alcoholic beverages
Work hours went down and the work week was shortened, so peop…
The way in which society has changed and is changing
Bill passed by Congress to enforce the language of the 18th A…
Prohibition
A law forbidding the sale of alcoholic beverages
Leisure Time
Work hours went down and the work week was shortened, so peop…
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Chapter 4-American History
Independence
responsibility
delegates
legislatures
Ability to take care of oneself
The need to complete duties
A person elected to serve in government
Group of people elected to make LAWS
Independence
Ability to take care of oneself
responsibility
The need to complete duties
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American History Terms 4
New Deal
Nonpartisan
patriot
political party
Pres. Franklin Roosevelt's federal programs to deal with the…
Free from party designation (not Republican or Democratic)
Nickname for colonists who favored separation from the Britis…
A political organization that seeks to win or influence elect…
New Deal
Pres. Franklin Roosevelt's federal programs to deal with the…
Nonpartisan
Free from party designation (not Republican or Democratic)
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American History Chapter 4!!
cabinet
bond
speculator
enumerated powers
A group of advisers to the president.
A financial security that represents a promise to repay a fix…
one who buys something hoping to sell it for a profit
Powers given to the national government alone
cabinet
A group of advisers to the president.
bond
A financial security that represents a promise to repay a fix…
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American History I chapter 4
Stamp Act
Samuel Adams
Townshend Acts
Boston Massacre
1765 law passed by Parliament that required colonists to buy…
Boston Patriot and one leader of the Sons of Liberty
1767 law passed by Parliament which taxed imports into the co…
Event in Boston in 1770 in which five colonists were killed b…
Stamp Act
1765 law passed by Parliament that required colonists to buy…
Samuel Adams
Boston Patriot and one leader of the Sons of Liberty
American History Vocab 4
Industrialization
Agrarian Society
Urbanization
Rural
the movement toward replacing animal and water power with mac…
is any society whose economy is based on producing and mainta…
movement of the population into the cities from agricultural…
dealing with the countryside
Industrialization
the movement toward replacing animal and water power with mac…
Agrarian Society
is any society whose economy is based on producing and mainta…
American History, Week 4
Lost Colony of Roanoke
CROATOAN
Jamestown
date Jamestown founded
1587, group of people from England try to establish a colony.…
only clue left carved in tree by colonists of Roanoke
first permanent English colony
1607
Lost Colony of Roanoke
1587, group of people from England try to establish a colony.…
CROATOAN
only clue left carved in tree by colonists of Roanoke
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American History 4:4
Proprietors
Quakers
Toleration Act of 1649
Tensions
Owners
Society of Friends; Protestant sect founded in 1640s on Engla…
Maryland law that made restricting the religious rights of Ch…
Issues that cause stress or unease.
Proprietors
Owners
Quakers
Society of Friends; Protestant sect founded in 1640s on Engla…
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American History I - chapter 4
Judiciary Act of 1789
Alexander Hamilton
cabinet
Bank of the United States
law that set up the federal court system
An early Federalist leader and first secretary of the treasur…
leaders of the executive department who serve as the advisers…
a national bank funded by the federal government and wealthy…
Judiciary Act of 1789
law that set up the federal court system
Alexander Hamilton
An early Federalist leader and first secretary of the treasur…
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American History - Ch 3-4
Colony
Constitution
House of Burgesses
Jamestown
lands claimed by a "mother" country in an area far away.
A written plan of government for a colony, state, or nation.
The first elected representative body in America.
The name for the first English settlement in North America.
Colony
lands claimed by a "mother" country in an area far away.
Constitution
A written plan of government for a colony, state, or nation.
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American history 4.4
Square deal
Hepburn act
Meat inspection act
Pure food and drug act
President roosevelts program of reforms to keep the wealthy a…
1906 law that gave the government the authority to set railro…
1906 law that allowed the federal government to inspect meat…
1906 law that allowed federal inspection of of food and medic…
Square deal
President roosevelts program of reforms to keep the wealthy a…
Hepburn act
1906 law that gave the government the authority to set railro…
American History Chapter 4
First Continental Congress
Patriots
minutemen
Redcoats
a gathering of colonial leaders who were deeply troubled abou…
colonists who chose to fight for independence from Great Brit…
local militia, who got their name because they were ready to…
British Soldiers who fought against the colonists in the Amer…
First Continental Congress
a gathering of colonial leaders who were deeply troubled abou…
Patriots
colonists who chose to fight for independence from Great Brit…
4.4 (American History)
guerilla warfare
Francis Marion
Comte de Rochambeau
battle of yorktown
hit-and-run attacks
organized Marion's Brigade--small group of guerilla soldiers
commanded 4,000 french troops
the last major battle of the american revolution
guerilla warfare
hit-and-run attacks
Francis Marion
organized Marion's Brigade--small group of guerilla soldiers
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American History 5.4
petition
preamble
debate
status
formal request
introduction to a formal document (Constitution)
discussion by opposing points of view
rank, position
petition
formal request
preamble
introduction to a formal document (Constitution)
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American History-Chapter 4
Abraham Lincoln
South Carolina
Reconctruction
Slavery
President when South Carolina seceded from the Union
First state to secede from the Union
Enough Radicals won seats in the mid-term elections to overri…
Was herreditary; Children could be kept as slaves
Abraham Lincoln
President when South Carolina seceded from the Union
South Carolina
First state to secede from the Union
American History - Unit 4
Spanish-American War
World War I
USS Maine
Yellow Journalism
A conflict in 1898 between Spain and the United States which…
A global war centered in Europe which began in 1914 and laste…
A U.S. naval ship that exploded in Havana Harbor which sparke…
a type of journalism that presents little or no real, well-re…
Spanish-American War
A conflict in 1898 between Spain and the United States which…
World War I
A global war centered in Europe which began in 1914 and laste…
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American History Unit 4
The Articles of Confederation
The Land Ordinance of 1785
The Northwest Ordinance of 1787
Shay's Rebellion
original federal constitution drafted by the Continental Cong…
Organization distribution of land into townships, setting asi…
Described how the land north of the Ohio River could become s…
Daniel Shay led a group of farmers to stop the courts from se…
The Articles of Confederation
original federal constitution drafted by the Continental Cong…
The Land Ordinance of 1785
Organization distribution of land into townships, setting asi…
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American History-Chapter 4
Robert E. Lee
Abraham Lincoln
Ulysses S. Grant
Jefferson Davis
Confederacy
Union, goal= to reunite the Union, to keep the Union together.
Union Leader, won many battles, placed in charge of entire Un…
President of the Confederacy, Richmond was the Capital.
Robert E. Lee
Confederacy
Abraham Lincoln
Union, goal= to reunite the Union, to keep the Union together.
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American History: 14.4
socialism
collective bargain
scab
anarchist
economic & political philosophy that favors public / social c…
a process in which workers negotiate as a group with employers
a negative term for a worker called in by an employer to repl…
radicals who violently oppose all government
socialism
economic & political philosophy that favors public / social c…
collective bargain
a process in which workers negotiate as a group with employers
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American History Chapter 4
subsistence farming
triangular trade
middle passage
tight packing
farming meant to produce only enough to meet a family's needs
the exchange of items and slaves between Europe, North Americ…
the sea journey taken by slave ships from West Africa to the…
the method of packing as many slaves as possible onto a slave…
subsistence farming
farming meant to produce only enough to meet a family's needs
triangular trade
the exchange of items and slaves between Europe, North Americ…
American History Unit 4
The Articles of Confederation
The Land Ordinance of 1785
The Northwest Ordinance of 1787
Shay's Rebellion
original federal constitution drafted by the Continental Cong…
Organization distribution of land into townships, setting asi…
Described how the land north of the Ohio River could become s…
Daniel Shay led a group of farmers to stop the courts from se…
The Articles of Confederation
original federal constitution drafted by the Continental Cong…
The Land Ordinance of 1785
Organization distribution of land into townships, setting asi…
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American History Chapter 4 Vocab
subsistence farming
triangular trade
middle passage
cash crop
Type of farming where you produce just enough to feed your fa…
Trade routes that exchanged goods between the West Indies, th…
The sea voyage when enslaved Africans were shipped to the Wes…
Farm crops raised to be sold at market, such as tobacco, rice…
subsistence farming
Type of farming where you produce just enough to feed your fa…
triangular trade
Trade routes that exchanged goods between the West Indies, th…
American History Week 4
Harlem Renaissance
Teapot Dome
Flapper
Charles A. Lindbergh
Period in the early 1900s during which the literary, musical,…
Political scandal during the administration of President Warr…
A type of young woman having a straight, slim silhouette and…
Aviator who became an international hero when he made the fir…
Harlem Renaissance
Period in the early 1900s during which the literary, musical,…
Teapot Dome
Political scandal during the administration of President Warr…
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American History 4.2
What are the Southern Colonies?
Define Tidewater
What helped the colonists grow cash cr…
How did farming in the South differ fr…
(Grace Makes Vanilla Cakes) Georgia, Maryland, Virginia, and…
the flat land along the coast where the earliest plantations…
1) Southern soil + nearly year-round growing conditions... 2) ri…
NE: Practiced subsistence farming... South: Large Plantations
What are the Southern Colonies?
(Grace Makes Vanilla Cakes) Georgia, Maryland, Virginia, and…
Define Tidewater
the flat land along the coast where the earliest plantations…
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American History Quiz 4
Era of Good Feelings
Virginia Dynasty
Protective Tariff
Second bank of the United States
Period of time in the early 1800's in which we were working i…
Era of time in which presidents (Thomas Jefferson, James Madi…
passed in 1816; a tariff aimed at raising revenue, as well as…
Chartered for another 20 years in 1816 by the Republicans aft…
Era of Good Feelings
Period of time in the early 1800's in which we were working i…
Virginia Dynasty
Era of time in which presidents (Thomas Jefferson, James Madi…
American History Vocab 4
Judiciary Act of 1789
Alexander Hamilton
Neutrality
XYZ Affair
Created a judicial structure. Established Supreme Court
Washington's secretary of the treasury. Federalist. Led Whisk…
Feeling (came from George Washington) of avoiding choosing si…
French insults to America. French requested large bride for A…
Judiciary Act of 1789
Created a judicial structure. Established Supreme Court
Alexander Hamilton
Washington's secretary of the treasury. Federalist. Led Whisk…
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American history 4.4
Appachian Moutains
Scot Irish
Fall line
Piedmont
Mountian range streching from easteran Canda to south Alabama
The name given from borderlands of Scotland and England and f…
The point at which water falls prevent large boats from movin…
The broad plateau that lies at the foot of the blue mountains…
Appachian Moutains
Mountian range streching from easteran Canda to south Alabama
Scot Irish
The name given from borderlands of Scotland and England and f…
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American History 4-4
Appalachain mountains
Scots-Irish
Fall line
Piedmont
Mountain range stretching from eastern Canada south to Alabama
The name given to people from the borderlands of Scotland and…
The point at which waterfalls prevent large boats from from m…
The broad plateau that lies at the foot of the Blue Ridge Mou…
Appalachain mountains
Mountain range stretching from eastern Canada south to Alabama
Scots-Irish
The name given to people from the borderlands of Scotland and…
American history 3.4
Grange
Populist party
William jennings bryan
William mckinley
A organization that included providing education on new farmi…
People's party political party formed in 1891 to advocate a l…
Presidential candidate and put the election for the populists…
A republican candidate who had and allowed party regulars to…
Grange
A organization that included providing education on new farmi…
Populist party
People's party political party formed in 1891 to advocate a l…
American History 4:4
Theodore Roosevelt
Square Deal
Hepburn Act
Meat Inspection Act
in 1901 became president of the united states
its goals where to keep the wealthy and powerful from taking…
gave the ICC strong enforcement powers
federal agents had to inspect all meat productions
Theodore Roosevelt
in 1901 became president of the united states
Square Deal
its goals where to keep the wealthy and powerful from taking…
American History Unit 4
Homestead Act
Custer attacks the Indians at
What did the first settlers do in the…
Great plains settlement was promoted by
Encourage white families to develop the west
Little Bighorn River
mining
the government
Homestead Act
Encourage white families to develop the west
Custer attacks the Indians at
Little Bighorn River
American History Quiz #4
Manifest destiny
Cumberland Gap
Keelboat
How would you describe Jedediah Smith?…
The belief and attitude that the United States should be conq…
gateway to the west that belongs to the European superpowers
a large, flat freight boat used on rivers
Jedediah Smith was the best trapper, and he created settler p…
Manifest destiny
The belief and attitude that the United States should be conq…
Cumberland Gap
gateway to the west that belongs to the European superpowers
American History vocab 4
Deserted
Inflation
Blockade
Impact
left without permission
takes more money to buy things
prevented supplies and reinforcements from reaching the Conti…
effect
Deserted
left without permission
Inflation
takes more money to buy things
Chapter 4 American History
Sir Francis Drake
Roanoke
Jamestown
Captain John Smith
"sea dog" who returned with ship full of Spanish treasure; kn…
"The lost colony" founded by John white
1st permanent English settlement in North America
Organized Jamestown and imposed a harsh law "He who will not…
Sir Francis Drake
"sea dog" who returned with ship full of Spanish treasure; kn…
Roanoke
"The lost colony" founded by John white
American History 1-4
Church of England or Anglican Church
Headright System
House of Burgesses
indentured servant
Protestant church that was led by the king; every English per…
50-acre grants of land that the joint-stock company gave to m…
first representative government in America (1619); colonists…
worker who worked for an employer for 4 to 7 years in return…
Church of England or Anglican Church
Protestant church that was led by the king; every English per…
Headright System
50-acre grants of land that the joint-stock company gave to m…
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American history #4
The articles of confederation
The land ordinance of 1785
The Northwest ordinance of 1787
Shay's Rebellion
Original federal constitution drafted by the continental cong…
organization distribution of land into townships, setting asi…
Described how the land north of the Ohio river could become s…
Daniel Shay's led a group of farmers to stop the courts from…
The articles of confederation
Original federal constitution drafted by the continental cong…
The land ordinance of 1785
organization distribution of land into townships, setting asi…
American History 1-4
Pearl Harbor
Blitzkrieg
Douglas MacArthur
Dwitght D. Eisenhower
American naval base located in Hawaii; attacked by the Japane…
"Lightening war"; German tactic employed at the beginning of…
United States general during World War II and Korean War; for…
Thirty-fourth President of the United States, 1953-1961; lead…
Pearl Harbor
American naval base located in Hawaii; attacked by the Japane…
Blitzkrieg
"Lightening war"; German tactic employed at the beginning of…
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American History/chap. 4
Jacksonian democracy
industrial Revolution
women's rights movement
manifest destiny
Jackson's brand of politics and the changes he inspired
a time when advances in technology led to economic changes
social movement that sought to improve the status of women
belief if was God's sovereign will for the United States to e…
Jacksonian democracy
Jackson's brand of politics and the changes he inspired
industrial Revolution
a time when advances in technology led to economic changes
16.4 (American History)
emancipation
Emancipation Proclamation
contrabands
54th Massachusetts Infantry
freeing of slaves
the order to free the Confederate slaves
escaped slaves
regiment that consisted mostly of free blacks, led charge on…
emancipation
freeing of slaves
Emancipation Proclamation
the order to free the Confederate slaves
American history voc. 4
Patroons
Proprietary colony
Royal colony
William penn
the owner of a large estate in a Dutch colony
an English colony in which the king gave land to proprietors…
a colony under direct control of the English crown
William Penn (1644-1718) played a significant role in foundin…
Patroons
the owner of a large estate in a Dutch colony
Proprietary colony
an English colony in which the king gave land to proprietors…
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American History: 3.4
Reconstruction
Freedmen's Bureau
Lincoln's assassination
Andrew Johnson
Program implemented by the federal government between 1865 an…
federal agency designed to aid freed slaves and poor white fa…
he was assassinated on April 14, 1865.
Vice President of Lincoln, he became President in 1865
Reconstruction
Program implemented by the federal government between 1865 an…
Freedmen's Bureau
federal agency designed to aid freed slaves and poor white fa…
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American History 4.4
Why was education important to Puritans?
What were the laws that Puritans passe…
what were the Massachusetts Laws the b…
What did some towns do instead of buil…
they wanted everyone to be able to read the bible
required:... Towns of a certain number of people had to have a s…
Public schools
payed a fine
Why was education important to Puritans?
they wanted everyone to be able to read the bible
What were the laws that Puritans passe…
required:... Towns of a certain number of people had to have a s…
American History Topic 4- Vocabulary
Great White Fleet
Suffrage
Pure Food and Drug Act
Imperialism
Large U.S Naval force of early 1900's
Right to vote
Provided inspection and regulation of food and medicine
Policy by which strong nations extended their political milit…
Great White Fleet
Large U.S Naval force of early 1900's
Suffrage
Right to vote
20 terms
American History 13.4
Zora Neale Hurston
"Black is Beautiful"
Great Migration
NAACP
A novelist who's hard work and perseverance prevailed over th…
The new attitude of African Americans in the 20s
A movement of many African Americans between 1910-1920. Peopl…
The National Association for the Advancement of Colored Peopl…
Zora Neale Hurston
A novelist who's hard work and perseverance prevailed over th…
"Black is Beautiful"
The new attitude of African Americans in the 20s
American history 2.4
New immigrants
Steerage
Ellis island
Angel island
Southern and eastern European immigrants who arrived in the U…
Third class accommodations on a steamship
Island in New York Harbor that stirs up as an immigration sta…
Immigrant processing station that opened in San Francisco bay…
New immigrants
Southern and eastern European immigrants who arrived in the U…
Steerage
Third class accommodations on a steamship
Chapter 4-American History
Trade and Navigation Act When and Where
Trade and Navigation Act Why Important 1
Trade and Navigation Act Why Important 2
Trade and Navigation Act Why Important 3
1651 Colonies
Trade products between Colonies/England must be on English Sh…
Tobacco, sugar, indigo, and cotton can only be sent to England
Ship must be searched before leaving England
Trade and Navigation Act When and Where
1651 Colonies
Trade and Navigation Act Why Important 1
Trade products between Colonies/England must be on English Sh…
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