Study sets matching "ap history chapter 16"

Study sets
Classes
Users

Study sets matching "ap history chapter 16"

72 terms
AMSCO AP US History Chapter 16
nation's first big business
Cornelius Vanderbilt
Eastern Trunk Lines
transcontinental railroads
Railroads created a nationwide market for goods. This encoura…
He merged local railroads into the New York Entral Railroad,…
In the early days of the railroads, from 1830s to the 1860s,…
During the Civil War, Congress authorized land grants and loa…
nation's first big business
Railroads created a nationwide market for goods. This encoura…
Cornelius Vanderbilt
He merged local railroads into the New York Entral Railroad,…
50 terms
AMSCO AP US History Chapter 16
nation's first big business
Cornelius Vanderbilt
Eastern Trunk Lines
transcontinental railroads
Railroads created a nationwide market for goods. This encoura…
He merged local railroads into the New York Entral Railroad,…
In the early days of the railroads, from 1830s to the 1860s,…
During the Civil War, Congress authorized land grants and loa…
nation's first big business
Railroads created a nationwide market for goods. This encoura…
Cornelius Vanderbilt
He merged local railroads into the New York Entral Railroad,…
24 terms
AP US History Chapter 16 Terms
transcontinental railroad
protective tariff
Treaty of Kanagawa
Burlingame Treaty
Completed in 1869 at Promontory, Utah, it linked the eastern…
A tax on imported goods that raises the price of imports so p…
a treaty signed between the U.S. and Japan allowing Japan to…
An 1868 treaty that guaranteed the rights of U.S. missionarie…
transcontinental railroad
Completed in 1869 at Promontory, Utah, it linked the eastern…
protective tariff
A tax on imported goods that raises the price of imports so p…
11 terms
AP US History Chapter 16 Key People
William Seward
Emmeline Wells
John Wesley Powell
Chief Joseph
Secretary of state from 1861 to 1869 under Lincoln and Johnso…
Women's right advocate. Served as president of Mormon church.
Explorer and geologist who warned that traditional agricultur…
Leader of the Nez Perce nation who tried to help them escape…
William Seward
Secretary of state from 1861 to 1869 under Lincoln and Johnso…
Emmeline Wells
Women's right advocate. Served as president of Mormon church.
AP European History Chapter 16
Thirty Years War
Peace of Westphalia
Absolutism
Louis XIV
What: A war that was between The Catholic League and The Prot…
What: The name of a series of treaties the Concluded the Thir…
What: A form of government that let Monarchs gathered all pow…
Who: The French absolutist king.... Where: France... When: 1589-161…
Thirty Years War
What: A war that was between The Catholic League and The Prot…
Peace of Westphalia
What: The name of a series of treaties the Concluded the Thir…
AP US History Chapter 16 Key People
William Seward
Emmeline Wells
John Wesley Powell
Chief Joseph
Secretary of state from 1861 to 1869 under Lincoln and Johnso…
Women's right advocate. Served as president of Mormon church.
Explorer and geologist who warned that traditional agricultur…
Leader of the Nez Perce nation who tried to help them escape…
William Seward
Secretary of state from 1861 to 1869 under Lincoln and Johnso…
Emmeline Wells
Women's right advocate. Served as president of Mormon church.
AMSCO AP US History Chapter 16
nation's first big business
Cornelius Vanderbilt
Eastern Trunk Lines
transcontinental railroads
Railroads created a nationwide market for goods. This encoura…
He merged local railroads into the New York Central Railroad,…
In the early days of the railroads, from the 1830s to the 186…
During the Civil War, Congress authorized land grants and loa…
nation's first big business
Railroads created a nationwide market for goods. This encoura…
Cornelius Vanderbilt
He merged local railroads into the New York Central Railroad,…
23 terms
Chapter 16 AP World History
Buzurg ibn Shahriyar
Harsha
Mahmud of Ghazni
Harihara and Bukka
definition: A storytelling mariner who came from the emporium…
definition: 7th century north Indian ruler; built a large sta…
definition: third ruler of Turkish slave dynasty in Afghanist…
definition: two brothers dispatched by officials in Delhi to…
Buzurg ibn Shahriyar
definition: A storytelling mariner who came from the emporium…
Harsha
definition: 7th century north Indian ruler; built a large sta…
32 terms
AP World History Chapter 16
Reformation
Martin Luther
Ninety-five Theses
German peasant revolts
This was a religious movement began in Germany when Martin Lu…
A German monk criticized the Roman Catholic Church in his Nin…
A set of theses written by Martin Luther that condemned some…
These were widespread uprisings of German peasants who were p…
Reformation
This was a religious movement began in Germany when Martin Lu…
Martin Luther
A German monk criticized the Roman Catholic Church in his Nin…
AP US History Chapter 16
nation's first big business
Cornelius Vanderbilt
Eastern Trunk Lines
transcontinental railroads
Railroads created a nationwide market for goods. This encoura…
He merged local railroads into the New York Entral Railroad,…
In the early days of the railroads, from 1830s to the 1860s,…
During the Civil War, Congress authorized land grants and loa…
nation's first big business
Railroads created a nationwide market for goods. This encoura…
Cornelius Vanderbilt
He merged local railroads into the New York Entral Railroad,…
15 terms
Chapter 16 AP World History
Bhakti
Counter-Reformation
Nicholas Copernicus
Council of Trent
Hindu devotional movement that flourished in the early modern…
a movement of the Catholic Church, in reaction to the Reforma…
He believed in a heliocentric, or sun-centered, conception of…
1545-1563 - tried to address the problems that Luther and oth…
Bhakti
Hindu devotional movement that flourished in the early modern…
Counter-Reformation
a movement of the Catholic Church, in reaction to the Reforma…
AP World History Chapter 16
Abolitionist movement
Declaration of the Rights of Man and C…
Declaration of Rights of Women
Elizabeth Cady Stanton
An international movement that between approximately 1780 and…
Document drawn up by the French National Assembly in 1789 tha…
Short work written by the French feminist Olympe de Gouges in…
Leading figure of the early women's right's movement in the U…
Abolitionist movement
An international movement that between approximately 1780 and…
Declaration of the Rights of Man and C…
Document drawn up by the French National Assembly in 1789 tha…
26 terms
AP History Chapter 16
Pocket Veto
Impeachment
Sharecropping
Crop-lien System
Veto Lincoln used on the Wades-Davis Bill.
The radical republicans tried to get rid of Johnson on the gr…
Agricultural system in which planters broke up their land and…
System where both landowner and sharecropper depended on cred…
Pocket Veto
Veto Lincoln used on the Wades-Davis Bill.
Impeachment
The radical republicans tried to get rid of Johnson on the gr…
17 terms
AP History Chapter 16
natural philosophy
Copernican hypothesis
experimental method
law of inertia
an early modern term for the study of the nature of the unive…
the idea that the sun, not the earth, was the center of the u…
the approach, pioneered by Galileo, that the proper way to ex…
a law formulated by Galileo that states that motion, not rest…
natural philosophy
an early modern term for the study of the nature of the unive…
Copernican hypothesis
the idea that the sun, not the earth, was the center of the u…
AP History chapter 16
Al-Ghazali
The Destruction of the Philosophers (T…
Zheng He
Italian Remaissance
Wrote The Destruction of the Philosophers
Claimed to use Aristotle's logic to show it was impossible to…
Chinese Muslim admiral who commanded series of Indian Ocean,…
Cultural and political movement in western Europe; began in I…
Al-Ghazali
Wrote The Destruction of the Philosophers
The Destruction of the Philosophers (T…
Claimed to use Aristotle's logic to show it was impossible to…
AP History Chapter 16
Delany, Martin (1812-1885)
Douglass, Frederick (1818-1895):
Garrison, William Lloyd (1805-1879):
Johnson, William T. (1809-1851):
Black abolitionist and... advocate of relocating freed blacks to…
Prominent back abolitionist, autobiography, Narrative of the…
Ardent abolitionist and publisher of The Liberator, an antisl…
New Orleans... black, known as the "barber of Natchez", who even…
Delany, Martin (1812-1885)
Black abolitionist and... advocate of relocating freed blacks to…
Douglass, Frederick (1818-1895):
Prominent back abolitionist, autobiography, Narrative of the…
24 terms
AP US History Chapter 16 Terms
transcontinental railroad
protective tariff
Treaty of Kanagawa
Burlingame Treaty
Completed in 1869 at Promontory, Utah, it linked the eastern…
A tax on imported goods that raises the price of imports so p…
a treaty signed between the U.S. and Japan allowing Japan to…
An 1868 treaty that guaranteed the rights of U.S. missionarie…
transcontinental railroad
Completed in 1869 at Promontory, Utah, it linked the eastern…
protective tariff
A tax on imported goods that raises the price of imports so p…
AP World History - Chapter 16
The Protestant Reformation is said to…
Unlike the Roman Catholic Church and M…
Contemporaneous with the Scientific Re…
The French class known as the bourgeoi…
Martin Luther's rejection of papal authority.
taught that salvation was predestined.
taught that human reason could discover the laws that governe…
the city dwellers who owned businesses.
The Protestant Reformation is said to…
Martin Luther's rejection of papal authority.
Unlike the Roman Catholic Church and M…
taught that salvation was predestined.
12 terms
AP US History: Chapter 16
transcontinental railroad
Homestead Act
Morrill Act
Long Drive
Completed in 1869 at Promontory, Utah, it linked the eastern…
Provided free land in the West to anyone willing to settle th…
passed by Congress in 1862, this law distributed millions of…
cowboys herded cattle hundreds of miles north from Texas to D…
transcontinental railroad
Completed in 1869 at Promontory, Utah, it linked the eastern…
Homestead Act
Provided free land in the West to anyone willing to settle th…
13 terms
AP US History: Chapter 16
transcontinental railroad
Homestead Act
Morrill Act
Comstock Lode
Completed in 1869 at Promontory, Utah, it linked the eastern…
Provided free land in the West to anyone willing to settle th…
passed by Congress in 1862, this law distributed millions of…
Rich deposits of silver found in Nevada in 1859.
transcontinental railroad
Completed in 1869 at Promontory, Utah, it linked the eastern…
Homestead Act
Provided free land in the West to anyone willing to settle th…
22 terms
AP US History Chapter 16 Terms
transcontinental railroad
protective tariff
Treaty of Kanagawa
Burlingame Treaty
Completed in 1869 at Promontory, Utah, it linked the eastern…
A tax on imported goods that raises the price of imports so p…
a treaty signed between the U.S. and Japan allowing Japan to…
An 1868 treaty that guaranteed the rights of U.S. missionarie…
transcontinental railroad
Completed in 1869 at Promontory, Utah, it linked the eastern…
protective tariff
A tax on imported goods that raises the price of imports so p…
AP World History Chapter 16
The Protestant Reformation is said to…
Unlike the Roman Catholic Church and M…
Contemporaneous with the Scientific Re…
The French class known as the bourgeoi…
Martin Luther's rejection of papal authority.
taught that salvation was predestined.
taught that human reason could discover the laws that governe…
the city dwellers who owned businesses.
The Protestant Reformation is said to…
Martin Luther's rejection of papal authority.
Unlike the Roman Catholic Church and M…
taught that salvation was predestined.
72 terms
AMSCO AP US History Chapter 16
nation's first big business
Cornelius Vanderbilt
Eastern Trunk Lines
transcontinental railroads
Railroads created a nationwide market for goods. This encoura…
He merged local railroads into the New York Entral Railroad,…
In the early days of the railroads, from 1830s to the 1860s,…
During the Civil War, Congress authorized land grants and loa…
nation's first big business
Railroads created a nationwide market for goods. This encoura…
Cornelius Vanderbilt
He merged local railroads into the New York Entral Railroad,…
44 terms
AP US History Chapter 16 Terms
transcontinental railroad
rocky mountain school
plains indians
tongs
Completed in 1869 at Promontory, Utah, it linked the eastern…
term
term
term
transcontinental railroad
Completed in 1869 at Promontory, Utah, it linked the eastern…
rocky mountain school
term
19 terms
AP World History- Chapter 16 Vocabulary
indulgence
Protestant Reformation
Catholic Reformation
witch-hunt
the forgiveness of the punishment due for past sins, granted…
religious reform movement within the Latin Christian Church b…
religious reform movement within the Latin Christian Church,…
the pursuit of people suspected of witchcraft especially in n…
indulgence
the forgiveness of the punishment due for past sins, granted…
Protestant Reformation
religious reform movement within the Latin Christian Church b…
39 terms
AP US History Chapter 16
Wounded Knee
Homestead Steel Strike
Great Plains
Great American Desert
Was an Wounded knee, south Dakota, it was the last tragic epi…
In 1892- one of the most violent strikes in America at the Ca…
A vast prairie region extending from Alberta and Saskatchewan…
Region between the Missouri River and the Rocky Mountains. Th…
Wounded Knee
Was an Wounded knee, south Dakota, it was the last tragic epi…
Homestead Steel Strike
In 1892- one of the most violent strikes in America at the Ca…
33 terms
AP History Chapter 16
Transcontinental Railroad
Protective Tariff
Treaty of Kanagawa
Burlingame Treaty
The railway line completed on May 10, 1869, that connected th…
A tax or duty on foreign producers of goods coming into or im…
An 1854 treaty that, in the wake of a show of military force…
An 1868 treaty that guaranteed the rights of U.S. missionarie…
Transcontinental Railroad
The railway line completed on May 10, 1869, that connected th…
Protective Tariff
A tax or duty on foreign producers of goods coming into or im…
41 terms
AP History Chapter 16
By the mid 1840s the American West
In the mid-nineteenth century, the Pla…
Which of the following statements rega…
During the 19th century, in the Far We…
was extensively populated
the most widespread Indian groups in the west
Taos Indians, allied with Navajo and Apaches, forced out Angl…
referred to Chinese indentured servants
By the mid 1840s the American West
was extensively populated
In the mid-nineteenth century, the Pla…
the most widespread Indian groups in the west
29 terms
Ap European History Chapter 16
Scientific Revolution
Geocentric
Heliocentric
Copernicus
1600-1700s transition from a medieval worldview to a secular,…
Idea that the earth is at the center of the universe (ie: Pto…
Idea that the sun is at the center of the universe
Polish astronomer/mathematician whose On the Revolutions of t…
Scientific Revolution
1600-1700s transition from a medieval worldview to a secular,…
Geocentric
Idea that the earth is at the center of the universe (ie: Pto…
39 terms
AP US History Chapter 16 Terms
transcontinental railroad
protective tariff
Treaty of Kanagawa
Burlingame Treaty
Completed in 1869 at Promontory, Utah, it linked the eastern…
A tax on imported goods that raises the price of imports so p…
a treaty signed between the U.S. and Japan allowing Japan to…
An 1868 treaty that guaranteed the rights of U.S. missionarie…
transcontinental railroad
Completed in 1869 at Promontory, Utah, it linked the eastern…
protective tariff
A tax on imported goods that raises the price of imports so p…
25 terms
AP WORLD HISTORY: Chapter 16
Christianity in 1500
Protestant Reformation
Protestant Reformation + Women
Spread of Protestant Reformation
(1) mostly limited to Europe... (2) serious division between Rom…
(1) began in 1517... (2) Martin Luther posted the Ninety-five Th…
(1) women were attracted to Protestantism... (2) women were not…
(1) through the recently invented printing press... (2) splinter…
Christianity in 1500
(1) mostly limited to Europe... (2) serious division between Rom…
Protestant Reformation
(1) began in 1517... (2) Martin Luther posted the Ninety-five Th…
7 terms
AP History Chapter 16
Bureau of Indian Affairs
Sand Creek Massacre
Battle of Little Bighorn
Wounded Knee
Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) The federal government establi…
Colonel J.M. Chivington's militia massacred some four hundred…
When gold was discovered in the Black Hills Indian Reservatio…
The Wounded Knee Massacre, also known as The Battle at Wounde…
Bureau of Indian Affairs
Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) The federal government establi…
Sand Creek Massacre
Colonel J.M. Chivington's militia massacred some four hundred…
AP History Chapter 16
Transcontinental Railroad
protective tariff
treaty of kanagawa
burlingame treaty
Completed in 1869 at Promontory, Utah, it linked the eastern…
A tax on imported goods that raises the price of imports so p…
1854 treaty between Japan and the US. Japan agreed to open tw…
This treaty with China was ratified in 1868. It encouraged Ch…
Transcontinental Railroad
Completed in 1869 at Promontory, Utah, it linked the eastern…
protective tariff
A tax on imported goods that raises the price of imports so p…
20 terms
AP History Chapter 16
land-grant colleges
Dawes Severalty Act
Burlingame Treaty
transcontinental railroad
Public universities founded to broaden educational opportunit…
The 1887 law that gave Native Americans severalty (individual…
An 1868 treaty that guaranteed the rights of U.S. missionarie…
The railway line completed on May 10, 1869, that connected th…
land-grant colleges
Public universities founded to broaden educational opportunit…
Dawes Severalty Act
The 1887 law that gave Native Americans severalty (individual…
20 terms
AP History Chapter 16
Indians
Toltec culture
Topiltzin
Quetzalcoatl
Misnomer created by Columbus referring to indigenous peoples…
Nomadic peoples from beyond the northern frontier of the sede…
Religious leader and reformer of the Toltecs in the 10th cent…
Toltec deity; feathered serpent; adopted by Aztecs as a major…
Indians
Misnomer created by Columbus referring to indigenous peoples…
Toltec culture
Nomadic peoples from beyond the northern frontier of the sede…
20 terms
AP History Chapter 16
land-grant colleges
Dawes Severalty Act
Burlingame Treaty
transcontinental railroad
Public universities founded to broaden educational opportunit…
The 1887 law that gave Native Americans severalty (individual…
An 1868 treaty that guaranteed the rights of U.S. missionarie…
The railway line completed on May 10, 1869, that connected th…
land-grant colleges
Public universities founded to broaden educational opportunit…
Dawes Severalty Act
The 1887 law that gave Native Americans severalty (individual…
29 terms
Chapter 16 AP History
Plantation agriculture was wasteful la…
Regarding work assignments, slaves were
As a result of the introduction of the…
Plantation mistresses
It's excessive cultivation of cotton despoiled good land
Generally spared dangerous work
Slavery was reinvigorated
Commanded a size able household staff of mostly female slaves
Plantation agriculture was wasteful la…
It's excessive cultivation of cotton despoiled good land
Regarding work assignments, slaves were
Generally spared dangerous work
23 terms
Chapter 16 AP History
Transcontinental railroad
Protective tariff
Treaty of Kanagawa
Burlingame Treaty
unbroken track stretched from the Atlantic to the Pacific
A tax or duty on foreign producers of goods comping into or i…
Matthew Perry succeeded in getting Japanese officials to sign…
1868 treaty that guaranteed the rights of US missionaries in…
Transcontinental railroad
unbroken track stretched from the Atlantic to the Pacific
Protective tariff
A tax or duty on foreign producers of goods comping into or i…
23 terms
AP U.S. History Notecards Chapter 16
West Africa Squadron
Breakers
Black Belt
Responsorial
(established 1808)... British Royal Navy force formed to enforce…
Slave drivers who employed the lash to brutally "break" the s…
Region of the Deep South with the highest concentration of sl…
Call and response style of preaching that melded Christian an…
West Africa Squadron
(established 1808)... British Royal Navy force formed to enforce…
Breakers
Slave drivers who employed the lash to brutally "break" the s…
23 terms
Brinkley - AP U.S. History - Chapter 16 CRHS South
Coolies
Bureau of Indian Affairs
Comstock Lode
Chinese Exclusion Act 1882
Indentured servants whose condition was close to slavery.
The federal government established this in 1836 to be in char…
the most valuable ore of gold was found here by Henry Comstoc…
banning Chinese immigrants into the US for ten years and barr…
Coolies
Indentured servants whose condition was close to slavery.
Bureau of Indian Affairs
The federal government established this in 1836 to be in char…
12 terms
AP European History Chapter 16
Sovereignty
Absolutism
Totalitarianism
Raison d'état
the supreme authority in a political community; a modern stat…
form of government in which sovereignty is vested in a single…
a 20 th century development (and thus not to be confused with…
political theory articulated by French statesmen Richelieu (1…
Sovereignty
the supreme authority in a political community; a modern stat…
Absolutism
form of government in which sovereignty is vested in a single…
28 terms
AP European History : Chapter 16 Important Terms
Scientific Revolution
Copernicus
Heliocentric View
Tycho Brahe
The scientific revolution was the emergence of modern science…
Nicolaus Copernicus was a Renaissance mathematician and astro…
He argued that the earth revolved around the sun was the cent…
He built the best observatory in Europe and for decades colle…
Scientific Revolution
The scientific revolution was the emergence of modern science…
Copernicus
Nicolaus Copernicus was a Renaissance mathematician and astro…
AP History Chapter 16
What did many early explorers call the…
What groups of Anglo-Americans settled…
Who were at the bottom of the Spanish…
What was the most powerful Indian trib…
The Great American Desert
Miners, cattle ranchers/sheep ranchers, farmers,
Indians without a tribe (Genizaros)
The Sioux
What did many early explorers call the…
The Great American Desert
What groups of Anglo-Americans settled…
Miners, cattle ranchers/sheep ranchers, farmers,
30 terms
AP US History Chapter 16
West African Squadron
breakers
black belt
responsorial
-established in 1808;... -British Royal Navy force formed to enf…
-slave drivers who employed the lash to brutally "break" the…
-region of the Deep South with the highest concentration of s…
-call and response style of preaching that melded Christian a…
West African Squadron
-established in 1808;... -British Royal Navy force formed to enf…
breakers
-slave drivers who employed the lash to brutally "break" the…
AP US History Chapter 16
Cotton Kingdom
"land butchery"
Breakers
black belt
the South before the Civil War
excessive land cultivation
slave punishment for strong willed slave consisted of using a…
area in the deep South were most of the slaves were. Stretche…
Cotton Kingdom
the South before the Civil War
"land butchery"
excessive land cultivation
AP World History Chapter 16
Vasco da Gama
Christopher Columbus
Ferdinand Magellan
East India Companies
Portuguese mariner; first European to reach India by sea in 1…
Italian navigator in the service of Aragon and Castile; saile…
Portuguese captain in Spanish service; began the first circum…
British, French, and Dutch trading companies that obtained go…
Vasco da Gama
Portuguese mariner; first European to reach India by sea in 1…
Christopher Columbus
Italian navigator in the service of Aragon and Castile; saile…
41 terms
AP World History- Chapter 16
In 802, what gift did Charlemagne rece…
Byzantium's major advantage was its
Which statement about constantinople i…
The most important political feature o…
and elephant named Abu al-Abbas
strategic position on the Bosporus
It was built in an attempt to revitalize the impoverished eas…
its tightly centralized rule under a powerful emperor
In 802, what gift did Charlemagne rece…
and elephant named Abu al-Abbas
Byzantium's major advantage was its
strategic position on the Bosporus
33 terms
AP History Chapter 16
what were methods of disseminating new…
explosive events, "revolutions",
The "Industrial Revolution"
Explain why new political, economic, a…
political colonialism, economic imperialism, and Christian mi…
did punctuate the years 1640-1914. One cluster of revolutions…
was accompanied by equally dramatic social change, which affe…
some were ready, some were not
what were methods of disseminating new…
political colonialism, economic imperialism, and Christian mi…
explosive events, "revolutions",
did punctuate the years 1640-1914. One cluster of revolutions…
14 terms
AP World History Chapter 16
Protestant Reformation
Counter Catholic Reformation
Taki Onqoy
Jesuits in China
was the 16th-century religious, political, intellectual and c…
In the Council of Trent (1545-1563), Catholics clarified and…
religious revivalist movement in central Peru in the 1560s Po…
the leading missionary order in China, took deliberate aim at…
Protestant Reformation
was the 16th-century religious, political, intellectual and c…
Counter Catholic Reformation
In the Council of Trent (1545-1563), Catholics clarified and…
19 terms
AP US History: Chapter 16 Terms
Cotton Kingdom
"poor white trash"
sold "down the river"
Harriet Beecher Stowe
areas in south where cotton farming developed because of high…
non-slaveholding whites
North would sell their house servants to plantation owners in…
wrote Uncle Tom's Cabin; persuaded more people, particularly…
Cotton Kingdom
areas in south where cotton farming developed because of high…
"poor white trash"
non-slaveholding whites
1 of 10