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AP United States History: 6 Presidents
Nixon Doctrine
Invasion of Cambodia
Kent State University
Pentagon Papers
the U.S. will not do the majority of fighting in countries th…
Nixon ordered troops into Cambodia to disrupt the Ho Chi Minh…
The police killed 4 students. The incident greatly decreased…
Government documents that showed the public had been lied to…
Nixon Doctrine
the U.S. will not do the majority of fighting in countries th…
Invasion of Cambodia
Nixon ordered troops into Cambodia to disrupt the Ho Chi Minh…
68 terms
AP United States History: Important Dates and Presidencies
1492
1607
1676
1754-1763
Columbus comes to the Americas
Jamestown founded
Bacon's Rebellion & King Phillips War
French and Indian Seven Years War
1492
Columbus comes to the Americas
1607
Jamestown founded
19 terms
AP United States History Presidents 1900's to Present
1901-1909 Republican
1909-1913 Republican
1913-1921 Democrat
1921-1923 Republican
Theodore Roosevelt
William Taft
Woodrow Wilson
Warren Harding
1901-1909 Republican
Theodore Roosevelt
1909-1913 Republican
William Taft
14 terms
AP United States History Presidents of Late 1800's
1849-1850 Whig
1850-1853 Whig
1853-1857 Democratic
1857-1861 Democratic
Zachary Taylor
Millard Fillmore
Franklin Pierce
James Buchanan
1849-1850 Whig
Zachary Taylor
1850-1853 Whig
Millard Fillmore
11 terms
AP United States History Presidents of Early 1800's
1789-97 Federalist
1797-1801 Federalist
1801-09 Democratic-Republican
1809-17 Democratic-Republican
George Washington
John Adams
Thomas Jefferson
James Madison
1789-97 Federalist
George Washington
1797-1801 Federalist
John Adams
43 terms
AP United States History Presidents and Their Political Parties
What party was George Washington?
What party was John Adams?
What party was Thomas Jefferson?
What party was James Madison?
No Official Party
Federalist
Democratic-Republican
Democratic-Republican
What party was George Washington?
No Official Party
What party was John Adams?
Federalist
1,312 terms
AP United States History.
Great Columbian/Biological Exchange
Christopher Columbus
Bartolomeo de las Casas
Spanish empire
Exchange of plants and animals between the New World and Euro…
Italian explorer, sailed from Spain in 1492 and reached Ameri…
16th Century Spanish Historian, Dominican Friar, "Protector o…
Empire control in Mexico, South America, and Florida, religio…
Great Columbian/Biological Exchange
Exchange of plants and animals between the New World and Euro…
Christopher Columbus
Italian explorer, sailed from Spain in 1492 and reached Ameri…
830 terms
(AP) United States History
Through the Berring Straight about 40,…
The Sioux; Pawnee; Pueblo; Adena; Hope…
Most were nomadic. The Iroquois were t…
They were Natives in the Andes in Sout…
How did the first Native Americans reach America?
Who were some popular North American tribes?
How did the Northern tribes survive?
Who were the Inca?
Through the Berring Straight about 40,…
How did the first Native Americans reach America?
The Sioux; Pawnee; Pueblo; Adena; Hope…
Who were some popular North American tribes?
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AP United States Government: The Presidency
25th Amendment
Ad Hoc Structure
Bully Pulpit
Cabinet
established a line of succession in case of an attack on the…
several subordinates, cabinet officers, and committees report…
the president's use of his prestige and visibility to guide o…
the heads of 15 executive branch department of the federal go…
25th Amendment
established a line of succession in case of an attack on the…
Ad Hoc Structure
several subordinates, cabinet officers, and committees report…
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United States Presidents AP GL
1
2
3
4
George Washington, farewell address
John Adams, XYZ Affair
Thomas Jefferson, acquired Louisiana Territoru
James Madison, prohibited trade with Britain and France
1
George Washington, farewell address
2
John Adams, XYZ Affair
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Presidents of the United States
George Washington
John Adams
Thomas Jefferson
James Madison
1st U.S. President. 1789-1797. No Party
2nd U.S. President. 1979-1801. Federalist
3rd U.S. President. 1801-1809. Democratic-Republican
4th U.S. President. 1809-1817. Democratic-Republican
George Washington
1st U.S. President. 1789-1797. No Party
John Adams
2nd U.S. President. 1979-1801. Federalist
56 terms
AP United States History
Joint Stock Company
Jamestown
John Smith
John Rolfe
England Sent people with money to make more money.
First successful settlement in the Virginia Colony.
Jamestown leader. ... - Trade and stability
Introduced tobacco, married Pocahontas, and brought peace.
Joint Stock Company
England Sent people with money to make more money.
Jamestown
First successful settlement in the Virginia Colony.
22 terms
United States History to 1876 Presidents
George Washington
John Adams
Thomas Jefferson
James Madison
Number: 1... Party: ----------... Term of Office: 1789-1797
Number: 2... Party: Federalist... Term of Office: 1797-1801
Number: 3... Party: Democratic... Term of Office: 1801-1809
Number: 4... Party: Democratic... Term of Office: 1809-1817
George Washington
Number: 1... Party: ----------... Term of Office: 1789-1797
John Adams
Number: 2... Party: Federalist... Term of Office: 1797-1801
48 terms
AP United States History
Roanoke
joint-stock company
Jamestown
Maryland colony
the first attempt to colonize in America by the English; it f…
a business in which investors pool their wealth for a common…
1607, first permanent settlement in America; saved by John Sm…
established as a safe haven for Catholics; Maryland Act of To…
Roanoke
the first attempt to colonize in America by the English; it f…
joint-stock company
a business in which investors pool their wealth for a common…
76 terms
AP United States History
Benjamin Franklin
Albany Plan of Union
William Pitt
Peace of Paris
was one of the Founding Fathers of the Unites States
written by Benjamin Franklin; called for a confederation of c…
took over as Prime Minister
the British took control of French Canada and Spanish Florida…
Benjamin Franklin
was one of the Founding Fathers of the Unites States
Albany Plan of Union
written by Benjamin Franklin; called for a confederation of c…
208 terms
AP United States History
Portuguese Exploration of the Americas
Spanish Exploration of the Americas
British Exploration of the Americas
French Exploration of the Americas
Azorean sailor João Fernandes, who was a small landowner, sai…
Christopher Columbus was originally financed by the Spanish Q…
British Exploration of the Americas was prompted by the growt…
French Exploration of North America was prompted by the Spani…
Portuguese Exploration of the Americas
Azorean sailor João Fernandes, who was a small landowner, sai…
Spanish Exploration of the Americas
Christopher Columbus was originally financed by the Spanish Q…
61 terms
AP United States History
Pre-Columbian Agriculture
Tenothititlan
natives of the southwest
Natives of the eastern woodland
Weeded, pruned, irrigated, transplanted, burned the areas... far…
capital city of aztec people... based calender on months... floatin…
Built permanent towns... good agriculture
from mississipi to the Atlantic Ocean... abundant water sources,…
Pre-Columbian Agriculture
Weeded, pruned, irrigated, transplanted, burned the areas... far…
Tenothititlan
capital city of aztec people... based calender on months... floatin…
56 terms
AP United States History
Joint Stock Company
Jamestown
John Smith
John Rolfe
England Sent people with money to make more money.
First successful settlement in the Virginia Colony.
Jamestown leader. ... - Trade and stability
Introduced tobacco, married Pocahontas, and brought peace.
Joint Stock Company
England Sent people with money to make more money.
Jamestown
First successful settlement in the Virginia Colony.
19 terms
Presidents of the United States American history
George Washington
John Adams
Thomas Jefferson
James Madison
1789 to 1797
1797 to 1801
1801 to 1809
1809 to 1817
George Washington
1789 to 1797
John Adams
1797 to 1801
53 terms
AP United States History
What was the primary cause of European…
What were the origins of slavery and t…
What was the economic consequence of C…
How did England's victory over Spanish…
Primary cause was financial gain (precious metals). Other cau…
Arabs and Africans had traded slaves for centuries. Europeans…
Spain became very wealthy from precious metals from the New W…
Helped ensure English naval dominance in North Atlantic. Nati…
What was the primary cause of European…
Primary cause was financial gain (precious metals). Other cau…
What were the origins of slavery and t…
Arabs and Africans had traded slaves for centuries. Europeans…
43 terms
United States Presidents
George Washington
John Adams
Thomas Jefferson
James Madison
George Washington
John Adams
223 terms
AP United States History
Hitch Tetchy Valley
Society of Cincinnati
Virginia Statute for Religious Freedom
Treaty of Paris
A dam at here was built and caused some controversy.
Started in 1783, a hereditary order.
Drafted in 1777, enacted in 1786, by Virginia General Assembl…
Signed in 1783, recognized U.S. independence.
Hitch Tetchy Valley
A dam at here was built and caused some controversy.
Society of Cincinnati
Started in 1783, a hereditary order.
107 terms
AP United States History
President Wilson broke diplomatic rela…
The United States declared war on Germ…
President Woodrow Wilson persuaded the…
Two constitutional amendments, adopted…
b. Germany announced that it would wage unrestricted submarin…
e. after German U-boats sank four unarmed American merchant v…
c. declaring it a crusade to "make the world safe for democra…
c. prohibition; and income tax
President Wilson broke diplomatic rela…
b. Germany announced that it would wage unrestricted submarin…
The United States declared war on Germ…
e. after German U-boats sank four unarmed American merchant v…
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AP United States History 2
Strengths of the Articles of Confedera…
Weakness of the Articles of Confederat…
Land Ordinance of 1785
Northwest Ordinance, 1787
Included a congress that represented the states and protected…
Federal government lacked power to tax without the approval o…
Towns have to be 6 square miles for schools.
Law to form the States into Unions. Applied to lands north of…
Strengths of the Articles of Confedera…
Included a congress that represented the states and protected…
Weakness of the Articles of Confederat…
Federal government lacked power to tax without the approval o…
121 terms
AP United States History
Frech Explorers: Samuel de Champlain
Chaco Canyon
Cahokia
Tenochtitlan
French Navigator who founded New France and Quebec ... HS
Apartements complex by southwest native american. Had over 50…
Largest native American city untill 1800.... HS
Capital of the Aztect empire.... HS
Frech Explorers: Samuel de Champlain
French Navigator who founded New France and Quebec ... HS
Chaco Canyon
Apartements complex by southwest native american. Had over 50…
59 terms
AP UNITED STATES HISTORY
Land bridge theory
Columbian Exchange
The Black Legend
The Clovis
The first people in america migrated across the landbridge
A trade of animals,plants and culture between America,Africa,…
The Spanish way of treating natives was bad so they needed En…
The first native Americans in America and spread around
Land bridge theory
The first people in america migrated across the landbridge
Columbian Exchange
A trade of animals,plants and culture between America,Africa,…
21 terms
AP United States History
THE 17TH AND EARLY 18TH CENTURIES
Jamestown, 1607
House of Burgesses
Mayflower Compact
...
The first settlement of the Virginia Colony, founded by a gro…
The Virginia House of Burgesses was the first legislative ass…
An agreement reached by the Pilgrims on the ship the Mayflowe…
THE 17TH AND EARLY 18TH CENTURIES
...
Jamestown, 1607
The first settlement of the Virginia Colony, founded by a gro…
44 terms
The Presidents of the United States of America
George Washington
John Adams
Thomas Jefferson
James Madison
1789-1797
1797-1801
1801-1809
1809-1817
George Washington
1789-1797
John Adams
1797-1801
44 terms
PRESIDENTS OF THE UNITED STATES!
1st President: 1788 - 1796... Party:... Term…
2nd President: 1796 - 1800... Party:... Term…
3rd President: 1800 - 1808... Party:... Term…
4th President: 1808 - 1816... Party:... Term…
George Washington... no party... 2... American Revolution:... 1775 Comman…
John Adams... Federalist... 1... Founding Father... First president occup…
Thomas Jefferson... Democratic-Republican... 2... Declaration of Indep…
James Madison... Democratic-Republican ... 2... Founding Father... Father…
1st President: 1788 - 1796... Party:... Term…
George Washington... no party... 2... American Revolution:... 1775 Comman…
2nd President: 1796 - 1800... Party:... Term…
John Adams... Federalist... 1... Founding Father... First president occup…
16 terms
AP United States History
1494
1514
1606
1629
Pope divded the New World between Portugal and Spain to carry…
Spanish Conquistadors read The Requirements to Indians to jus…
King James charters over six million acres and everything the…
King Charles I charters the Massachusetts Bay Company, granti…
1494
Pope divded the New World between Portugal and Spain to carry…
1514
Spanish Conquistadors read The Requirements to Indians to jus…
44 terms
The Presidents of the United States of America
George Washington
John Adams
Thomas Jefferson
James Madison
1789-1797
1797-1801
1801-1809
1809-1817
George Washington
1789-1797
John Adams
1797-1801
47 terms
AP United States History 5
Ulysses S. Grant
Black Friday, 1869
Credit Mobilier
Panic of 1873, depression
American General.... Admired Throughout the North.... Little skill…
Short-Lived Financial crisis.... Occurred when an attempt to cor…
Fake constructions company made in order to cheat the governm…
Panic triggered 5 year depression. ... Depression began, and dem…
Ulysses S. Grant
American General.... Admired Throughout the North.... Little skill…
Black Friday, 1869
Short-Lived Financial crisis.... Occurred when an attempt to cor…
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Vocabulary Words for AP United States History
pacifist
correspondence
foster
mercantilism
a person who believes in pacifism or is opposed to war or to…
communication by exchange of letters.
to promote the growth or development of; further; encourage
mercantile practices or spirit; commercialism.
pacifist
a person who believes in pacifism or is opposed to war or to…
correspondence
communication by exchange of letters.
40 terms
AP United States History Terms
Virginia House of Burgesses
Anglicanism
Mayflower Compact
Proprietary Colony
1619- the first legislative body in colonial America. Later o…
The national religion of England, founded by King Henry VIII.…
1620 - The first agreement for self-government in America. It…
Colonies run by powerful English politicians, who profited fr…
Virginia House of Burgesses
1619- the first legislative body in colonial America. Later o…
Anglicanism
The national religion of England, founded by King Henry VIII.…
268 terms
AP United States History / Reconstruction to present
January 31, 1865... Outlawed involuntary…
political party that kept the money is…
The federal agency designed to assist…
Gave former slaves citizenship and civ…
Thirteenth Amendment
Greenback Labor Party
Freedmen's Bureau
14th Amendment
January 31, 1865... Outlawed involuntary…
Thirteenth Amendment
political party that kept the money is…
Greenback Labor Party
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Egan AP United States History Exam Terms
John Foster Dulles
massive retaliation
brinksmanship
Eisenhower Doctrine
Secretary of state under Eisenhower; he used the threat of nu…
Term that Secretary of State John Foster Dulles used in a 195…
Practice of seeking to win disputes in international politics…
Policy formulated by Eisenhower of providing military and eco…
John Foster Dulles
Secretary of state under Eisenhower; he used the threat of nu…
massive retaliation
Term that Secretary of State John Foster Dulles used in a 195…
53 terms
AP United States History: THE EXAM!!!!
Juan de Sepulveda
Bartolome de Las Casas
Navigation Acts
John Hancock was the main one and Engl…
Supported the Encomeinda System
Felt the Encomienda System was wrong
England wanted to enforce Mercantilism so you could only trad…
Smuggling to get around Mercantilism
Juan de Sepulveda
Supported the Encomeinda System
Bartolome de Las Casas
Felt the Encomienda System was wrong
28 terms
History United States President 17- current 2016
17th President
18th President
19th President
20th President
Andrew Johnson
Ulysses S. Grant
Rutherford B. Hayes
James Garfield
17th President
Andrew Johnson
18th President
Ulysses S. Grant
81 terms
AP United States History Exam
Mayflower Compact
Stamp Act
French and Indian War
Declaratory Act
1620- Agreement to form a majoritarian government in Plymouth…
assembly of delegates from 9 colonies who met in New York Cit…
9 year war between the British and the French in North Americ…
1766- passed alongside the repeal of the stamp act, it reaffi…
Mayflower Compact
1620- Agreement to form a majoritarian government in Plymouth…
Stamp Act
assembly of delegates from 9 colonies who met in New York Cit…
533 terms
AP United States History Key Words Review
Separatist vs. non-Separatist Puritans
Northwest Passage
Conversion Experience
Social Reciprocity
Radical Calvinists against the Church of England; Separatists…
believed to provide shortcut from Atlantic to Pacific, search…
required of members of the Puritan Church; took the place of…
society naturally punishes criminals indiscriminantly
Separatist vs. non-Separatist Puritans
Radical Calvinists against the Church of England; Separatists…
Northwest Passage
believed to provide shortcut from Atlantic to Pacific, search…
140 terms
AP United States History Notecards
Christopher Columbus
Columbian Exchange
Treaty of Tordesillas
Spain in the Americas
Norse seafarers from Scandinavia came to North American near…
The transfer of goods, crops, and diseases between the New an…
1494: Treaty of Tordesillas divided Spain and Portugal's shar…
Spain was unified by the marriage of Ferdinand of Aragon and…
Christopher Columbus
Norse seafarers from Scandinavia came to North American near…
Columbian Exchange
The transfer of goods, crops, and diseases between the New an…
33 terms
AP United States History: Midterm
What did the Maryland Act of Toleratio…
First legislative body in the New World
New England representative government…
Significance of Bacon's Rebellion
Religious tolerance for any Christians ... Protestants and Catho…
House of Burgesses
Town Meetings
Ended Indentured Servitude
What did the Maryland Act of Toleratio…
Religious tolerance for any Christians ... Protestants and Catho…
First legislative body in the New World
House of Burgesses
74 terms
AP UNITED STATES HISTORY #1
maize cultivation
capitalism
mercantilism
Great Basin
the domestication of beans and corn made this very popular in…
An economic and political system in which a country's trade a…
Economic policy common to many absolute monarchies. Governmen…
A desert region of the Western United States includes most of…
maize cultivation
the domestication of beans and corn made this very popular in…
capitalism
An economic and political system in which a country's trade a…
510 terms
AP Exam: United States History
Theodore Roosevelt
Settlement houses
Tuskegee Institute
Yellow Journalism
1858-1919. 26th President. Leader of Rough Riders. Increased…
Centers set up by progressive-era reformers in the poorest se…
A normal and industrial school led by Booker T. Washington in…
One of the causes of the Spanish-American War (1898) - this w…
Theodore Roosevelt
1858-1919. 26th President. Leader of Rough Riders. Increased…
Settlement houses
Centers set up by progressive-era reformers in the poorest se…
60 terms
AP United States History--Unit Four Vocabulary
John Brown's Raid on Harpers Ferry
Daniel Webster
Compromise of 1850
Fugitive Slave Act
Who: John Brown and his gang, who were anti-slavery... What: an…
Who: Daniel Webster... What: Secretary of State (appointed durin…
Who: North States and the Southern States fought about the Mi…
Who: Passed by Congress... What: a pair of federal laws that all…
John Brown's Raid on Harpers Ferry
Who: John Brown and his gang, who were anti-slavery... What: an…
Daniel Webster
Who: Daniel Webster... What: Secretary of State (appointed durin…
44 terms
The Presidents of the United States of America
George Washington
John Adams
Thomas Jefferson
James Madison
None ... 1789-1797; 1 term... Washington's farewell address (No All…
Federalist... 1797-1801; 1 term... XYZ Affair
Democratic-Republican... 1801-1809; 2 terms... Embargo of 1807
Democratic-Republican... 1809-1817; 2 terms... War of 1812
George Washington
None ... 1789-1797; 1 term... Washington's farewell address (No All…
John Adams
Federalist... 1797-1801; 1 term... XYZ Affair
15 terms
MS American History (Presidents of the United States)
George Washington
John Adams
Thomas Jefferson
James Madison
First President
Second President
Third President
Fourth President
George Washington
First President
John Adams
Second President
18 terms
AP United States History Unit VII Vocabulary
Social and political reformer who succ…
Created by the state's progressives to…
The use of a country's financial power…
An American political organization for…
Florence Kelley
Wisconsin Plan
Dollar Diplomacy
Liberty League
Social and political reformer who succ…
Florence Kelley
Created by the state's progressives to…
Wisconsin Plan
533 terms
AP United States History Key Words Review
Separatist vs. non-Separatist Puritans
Northwest Passage
Conversion Experience
Social Reciprocity
Radical Calvinists against the Church of England; Separatists…
believed to provide shortcut from Atlantic to Pacific, search…
required of members of the Puritan Church; took the place of…
society naturally punishes criminals indiscriminantly
Separatist vs. non-Separatist Puritans
Radical Calvinists against the Church of England; Separatists…
Northwest Passage
believed to provide shortcut from Atlantic to Pacific, search…
44 terms
Important United States Presidents
George Washington
John Adams
Thomas Jefferson
James Madison
George Washington
John Adams
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