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AP United States History (All Chapters)
Christopher Columbus
Amerigo Vespucci
Treaty of Tordesillas
New Spain
Date: 1451 - 1506... • Italian-born navigator who found fame whe…
Date: 1454 - 1512... • Italian member of a Portuguese expedition…
Date: 1493... • Commitment between Spain and Portugal... • Created…
Date: 1400s - 1500s... • Spain's tightly controlled empire in th…
Christopher Columbus
Date: 1451 - 1506... • Italian-born navigator who found fame whe…
Amerigo Vespucci
Date: 1454 - 1512... • Italian member of a Portuguese expedition…
AP United States History - Chapter Five (Questions)
Explain the population growth of the e…
What was the ethnic makeup of the earl…
Explain the social structure of the ea…
What was the most honored profession i…
The population growth thrived from 20,000 to 2.5 million with…
The colonies were very diverse. The Scots-Irish lived in the…
No titled nobility or lower class colonist threatened the pow…
Christian ministry was often viewed as the most honored profe…
Explain the population growth of the e…
The population growth thrived from 20,000 to 2.5 million with…
What was the ethnic makeup of the earl…
The colonies were very diverse. The Scots-Irish lived in the…
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AP United States History Chapter 5-7
Britain ruled __ colonies in North Ame…
% of people that lived in rural areas
Scots- Irish
March of Paxton Boys
32
90
moved to Ireland and did not prosper because Irish Catholics…
Lead by Scots-Irish; against Quaker's leniency toward Native…
Britain ruled __ colonies in North Ame…
32
% of people that lived in rural areas
90
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AP United States History - Chapter 4-5
In the 1750s, the relationship between…
In the immediate years after the Glori…
The three groups who fought in the Sev…
During the 1700s, the most powerful gr…
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B
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In the 1750s, the relationship between…
A
In the immediate years after the Glori…
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AP United States History Chapter 21 Vocabulary
Charles Frances Adams
Clement L. Vallandigham
Andrew Johnson
John Wikes Booth
Charles Francis Adams Sr. was an American historical editor,…
The ex-Ohio Congressman who was a strong Southern sympathizer…
The man from Tennessee who was added as Lincoln's running mat…
John Wilkes Booth was an American stage actor who assassinate…
Charles Frances Adams
Charles Francis Adams Sr. was an American historical editor,…
Clement L. Vallandigham
The ex-Ohio Congressman who was a strong Southern sympathizer…
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AP United States History - Compromises (Midterm)
The Great Compromise (1787)
Three-Fifths Compromise (1787)
Missouri Compromise (1820)
Compromise Tariff of 1833
1.Congress would be bicameral (have 2 houses)... 2.The House of…
Answered the question of "how will slaves be counted when det…
1.Missouri would be admitted as a slave state; Maine as a fre…
passed as a measure to resolve the nullification crisis... 1.the…
The Great Compromise (1787)
1.Congress would be bicameral (have 2 houses)... 2.The House of…
Three-Fifths Compromise (1787)
Answered the question of "how will slaves be counted when det…
Chapter 20 VOC. AP United States History
William Seward
Edwin M. Stanton
Trent affair
Robert E. Lee
United States politician who as secretary of state in 1867 ar…
secretary of war appointed by lincoln. president andrew johns…
Union warship stopped a British ship on way to England and ar…
the talented Virginian unofficially offered command of the No…
William Seward
United States politician who as secretary of state in 1867 ar…
Edwin M. Stanton
secretary of war appointed by lincoln. president andrew johns…
AP United States History - US Government
Treason
Appellate Jurisdiction
Original Jurisdiction
Judicial Branch
XXX
The authority of a court to review the decisions of inferior…
The court in which a case is heard firsthand
part of the government that decides if laws are carried out f…
Treason
XXX
Appellate Jurisdiction
The authority of a court to review the decisions of inferior…
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AP United States History pp. 573-596.
Muckrakers
Settlement houses:
Jane Addams/ Hull House
The Social Gospel
Middle Class reformers were dubbed as Muckrakers - they fed p…
An idea adopted from England. Residents could live in inner c…
An influential participant of a Settlement House. Specificall…
A movement led by Protestant ministers Walter Rauschenbusch,…
Muckrakers
Middle Class reformers were dubbed as Muckrakers - they fed p…
Settlement houses:
An idea adopted from England. Residents could live in inner c…
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Presidents Test | AP United States History
George Washington
John Adams (1797-1801)
Thomas Jefferson (1801-09)
James Madison (1809-17)
1st [Federalist] president / supported the first Bank of the…
last Federalist president/ undeclared war with France / Alien…
first Democratic-Republican (Jeffersonian) president / won el…
Democratic-Republican / Macon's Bill No. 2 / War of 1812, and…
George Washington
1st [Federalist] president / supported the first Bank of the…
John Adams (1797-1801)
last Federalist president/ undeclared war with France / Alien…
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AP United States History Chapter 27
Rights liberalism (p. 868)
Congress of Racial Equality (CORE) (p.…
Jim Crow (p. 870)
Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters (p…
The conviction that individuals require government protection…
Civil rights organization founded in 1942 in Chicago by James…
System of racial segregation in the South that lasted a centu…
A prominent black trade union of railroad car porters working…
Rights liberalism (p. 868)
The conviction that individuals require government protection…
Congress of Racial Equality (CORE) (p.…
Civil rights organization founded in 1942 in Chicago by James…
Pre-AP United States History (Final Exam)
Santa Fe Trail
Californios
Two Years Before the Mast
54-40' or Fight
...
...
...
...
Santa Fe Trail
...
Californios
...
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*AP Exam: United States History Set 6 (251-300)
Jimmy Carter (1924-)
Jim Crow Laws
Jefferson Davis (1808-1889)
Jay's Treaty (1794)
Governor of Georgia and Democratic president of US from 1977-…
Legalized discriminatory practices against blacks
First and only president of the Confederate States of America…
Negotiated between the US and Britian. Provided for a British…
Jimmy Carter (1924-)
Governor of Georgia and Democratic president of US from 1977-…
Jim Crow Laws
Legalized discriminatory practices against blacks
AP UNITED STATES HISTORY UNIT 20 BONUS
Niagara Movement
Payne-Aldrich Tariff
Muckrakers
NAACP
(1905) W.E.B. Du Bois and other young activists, who did not…
Signed by Taft in March of 1909 in contrast to campaign promi…
1906 - Journalists who searched for corruption in politics an…
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People
Niagara Movement
(1905) W.E.B. Du Bois and other young activists, who did not…
Payne-Aldrich Tariff
Signed by Taft in March of 1909 in contrast to campaign promi…
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…
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AP United States History Chapter 8 Key Terms
Alger Hiss
Barry Goldwater
Black Power
Brown vs. Board of Education (1954)
State Department official accused in 1948 of spying for the... S…
unsuccessful presidential candidate against Lyndon... Johnson in…
rallying cry for many black militants in the 196013 and... 1970s…
Supreme Court decision that overturned the Plessy vs. Ferguso…
Alger Hiss
State Department official accused in 1948 of spying for the... S…
Barry Goldwater
unsuccessful presidential candidate against Lyndon... Johnson in…
AP United States History Chapter 22 Vocabulary
Oliver O. Howard
Andrew Johnson
Alexander Stephens
Charles Sumner
Union, headed freedman's bureau, helped rehabilitate former s…
17th U.S pres, 1st pres to be impeached (escaped conviction s…
Vice President to Confederate states of America, "Cornerstone…
Him getting beaten with a cane was one of the events to set o…
Oliver O. Howard
Union, headed freedman's bureau, helped rehabilitate former s…
Andrew Johnson
17th U.S pres, 1st pres to be impeached (escaped conviction s…
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AP United States History - Treaties (Midterm)
Treaty of Tordesillas (1494)
Peace Treaty at Utrecht (1713)
Treaty of Paris (1763)
Franco-American Treaty (1778)
Portugal and Spain feuded over who got what land and the Pope…
After British won King William's war and Queen Anne's war... 1.G…
1.France was kicked out of North America entirely. Britain no…
1.France formally joined America in the war... 2.recognized Amer…
Treaty of Tordesillas (1494)
Portugal and Spain feuded over who got what land and the Pope…
Peace Treaty at Utrecht (1713)
After British won King William's war and Queen Anne's war... 1.G…
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AP United States History Vocabulary (Set 4)
George Washington
John Adams
Thomas Jefferson
Alexander Hamilton
He was a federalist from Virginia who became the first presid…
He was a Federalist vice president under Washington and becam…
He was Secretary of State under Washington and vice president…
he was a financial genius from NY and was secretary of the Tr…
George Washington
He was a federalist from Virginia who became the first presid…
John Adams
He was a Federalist vice president under Washington and becam…
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AP United States History 1-2
Anasazi people
Bering Land Bridge
Clovis People
Cahokia People
Lived in southwest, in villages and cliff dwellings in Chaco…
Name given to the land that connected Alaska and Siberia thou…
Anthropologists believe they were the first immigrants to the…
Mississippi River Valley... Mound builders... Mounds buried promine…
Anasazi people
Lived in southwest, in villages and cliff dwellings in Chaco…
Bering Land Bridge
Name given to the land that connected Alaska and Siberia thou…
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Praxis (United States History)
National Standard of U.S. History
Reasons that early settlers came to th…
Three types of colonies established by…
Most settler and colonists did not rel…
*The national standard that is reflected under the history of…
1. To escape religious persecution... 2. To develop business ven…
1.) CORPORATE (charter) - led by joint-stock companies. These…
Most settlers and colonists did not rely on IMPORTS, but were…
National Standard of U.S. History
*The national standard that is reflected under the history of…
Reasons that early settlers came to th…
1. To escape religious persecution... 2. To develop business ven…
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Barron's AP United States History Flashcards (set of 500)
Christopher Columbus
Amerigo Vespucci
Treaty of Tordesillas
New Spain
-1451-1506... -Italian-born navigator who found fame when he lan…
-1454-1512... -Italian member of a Portuguese expedition... -Explor…
-1493... -Commitment between Spain and Portugal... -Created a Papal…
-1400s and 1500s... -Spain's tightly controlled empire in the Ne…
Christopher Columbus
-1451-1506... -Italian-born navigator who found fame when he lan…
Amerigo Vespucci
-1454-1512... -Italian member of a Portuguese expedition... -Explor…
Chapters 16 and 17 AP United States History
Harriet Beecher Stowe
Nat Turner
Sojourner Truth
Frederick Douglas
A nineteenth-century American author best known for Uncle Tom…
A black slave of the early nineteenth century, who led the on…
An abolitionist and escaped slave of the nineteenth century.…
United States abolitionist who escaped from slavery and becam…
Harriet Beecher Stowe
A nineteenth-century American author best known for Uncle Tom…
Nat Turner
A black slave of the early nineteenth century, who led the on…
AP United States History, Chapter 2 (Dates)
What was the start?
What did the Proclamation Line help wi…
What is after Pontiac's Rebellion?
What was considered associated with th…
Proclamation Line
Pontiac's Rebellion
Sugar Tax
Currency Act
What was the start?
Proclamation Line
What did the Proclamation Line help wi…
Pontiac's Rebellion
AP United States History Chapters 1-7
which of the following describes the f…
What was the foundation for the prospe…
Which of the following statements desc…
The Aztecs lived in which of the follo…
the group consisted of bands of hunter-gatherers.
the cultivation of maze
They devised a calendar system that predicted solar and lunar…
Mexico
which of the following describes the f…
the group consisted of bands of hunter-gatherers.
What was the foundation for the prospe…
the cultivation of maze
AP United States History I: Diagnostic Test
penny
nickle
dime
quarter
Abraham Lincoln
Thomas Jefferson
Franklin Roosevelt
George Washingston
penny
Abraham Lincoln
nickle
Thomas Jefferson
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AP United States History AMSCO Review Unit 2
Thomas Jefferson
Toussaint L'Ouverture
John Marshall
Marbury vs Madison
President who got Louisiana Purchase, eliminated excise taxes…
Led slave revolt in Haiti
Had major influence on supreme court actions and strengthened…
Supreme court case that established judicial review
Thomas Jefferson
President who got Louisiana Purchase, eliminated excise taxes…
Toussaint L'Ouverture
Led slave revolt in Haiti
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AP United States History Presidential Election Years
Who was elected in 1789?
Who was elected in 1792?
Who was elected in 1796?
Who was elected in 1800?
George Washington
George Washington
John Adams
Thomas Jefferson
Who was elected in 1789?
George Washington
Who was elected in 1792?
George Washington
AP United States History - Period 5 (Map Vocabulary)
Proclamation Line
Treaty of Paris
Pickney's Treaty
Anglo American Convention
After the French and Indian War, this was drawn by the Britis…
Signed with the British to end the Revolutionary War. This es…
Signed with Spain in 1795. This gave the United States the ri…
Signed with the British in 1818. This treaty gave the joint o…
Proclamation Line
After the French and Indian War, this was drawn by the Britis…
Treaty of Paris
Signed with the British to end the Revolutionary War. This es…
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AP United States History Questions Chapters 24
Causes of WWII
Fascism
what do Mussolini, Franco, Hitler, and…
Where does Japan invade and Why
1.) Europe, especially Germany, was torn to shreds financiall…
psychological concept used by Italy, Spain, and Germany which…
they all you violence to control the government and manipulat…
1.) China... 2.) Manchuria... want to show their military strength…
Causes of WWII
1.) Europe, especially Germany, was torn to shreds financiall…
Fascism
psychological concept used by Italy, Spain, and Germany which…
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The United States and World War II- AP History
Battle of Atlantic
Atlantic Charter
Concentration Camp System
Nuremberg Laws
April 1941. America reporting Nazi subs to British. Panama de…
August 1941. First time FDR and Churchill meet, New Foundland…
1938. Eastern Germany, Poland and parts of Austria. Jews, Gyp…
Deprived German Jews of citizenship
Battle of Atlantic
April 1941. America reporting Nazi subs to British. Panama de…
Atlantic Charter
August 1941. First time FDR and Churchill meet, New Foundland…
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AP United States History: Colonial Review
Virginia/ Jamestown
Plymouth
Massachusetts Bay
Maryland
Year founded:1607... Leaders/Groups: John Smith, Sir William Ber…
Year founded:1620... Leaders/Groups: Captain Miles Standish, Gov…
Year founded:1629... Leaders/Groups: King Charles I, John Winthr…
Year founded:1634... Leaders/Groups: Protestants, Cecil Calvert…
Virginia/ Jamestown
Year founded:1607... Leaders/Groups: John Smith, Sir William Ber…
Plymouth
Year founded:1620... Leaders/Groups: Captain Miles Standish, Gov…
Advanced United States History Chapter 2
Henery VIII
Elizabeth I
Sir Francis Drake
Sir Walter Raleigh
angered that the Pope would not allow him to divorce his firs…
Queen of England from 1558 to 1603, This queen of England cho…
English explorer and admiral who was the first Englishman to…
An English adventurer and writer, who was prominent at the co…
Henery VIII
angered that the Pope would not allow him to divorce his firs…
Elizabeth I
Queen of England from 1558 to 1603, This queen of England cho…
AP UNITED STATES HISTORY #9-10
Martin Van Buren
Pet Banks
Andrew Jackson
Peggy Eaton Affair
(1837-1841) Advocated lower tariffs and free trade, and by do…
A term used by Jackson's opponents to describe the state bank…
(1829-1833) and (1833-1837), Indian removal act, nullificatio…
Social scandal (1829-1831) - John Eaton, Secretary of War, st…
Martin Van Buren
(1837-1841) Advocated lower tariffs and free trade, and by do…
Pet Banks
A term used by Jackson's opponents to describe the state bank…
AP United States History: Chapter 12
What was the main result of the war of…
Describe the American army in the War…
Why did Canada become an important bat…
What was wrong with the American offen…
American came out of it with an increased sense of nationalism.
The regular army was ill-trained, ill-disciplined, an widely…
The British were the weakest there.
The Americans did not capture Montreal, the center of the pop…
What was the main result of the war of…
American came out of it with an increased sense of nationalism.
Describe the American army in the War…
The regular army was ill-trained, ill-disciplined, an widely…
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AP United States History: Late 1940's to 1980's Unit
Beat Movement
Taft-Hartley Act
Dr. Benjamin Spock
G.I. Bill of Rights and Veteran's Admi…
Beat writers rejected modern American materialistic life for…
Increase in returning troops led to high unemployment, so the…
1975: 30 million people changed residencies every year, leadi…
Congress passed the Serviceman's Readjustment Act of 1944 (GI…
Beat Movement
Beat writers rejected modern American materialistic life for…
Taft-Hartley Act
Increase in returning troops led to high unemployment, so the…
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AP United States History (Outlines #14-27)
Who were the Loyalist?
Who were the Patriots?
Who were the Tories?
Who were the Whigs?
colonists loyal to the king
Colonists who rebelled against Britain and Britain's king
Loyalists
Patriots
Who were the Loyalist?
colonists loyal to the king
Who were the Patriots?
Colonists who rebelled against Britain and Britain's king
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AP United States History Hottest #8 Questions
What was the term used to describe wel…
Huey Long(Governor of Louisiana) phrase
Happy days was the official newspaper…
Who was Wendell Wilkie
relief
Share the wealth, "everyman a king, every woman a queen"
Civilian conservation corps(CCC)
he ran the election of 1940 against Roosevelt-republican oppo…
What was the term used to describe wel…
relief
Huey Long(Governor of Louisiana) phrase
Share the wealth, "everyman a king, every woman a queen"
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United States History Grade 8
Magna Carta
1619
1215
1607
1 : a charter of liberties to which the English barons forced…
1. The House of Burgesses began in the Virginian Colony. ... 2.S…
Magna Carta was signed limiting the power of the king.
Jamestown founded
Magna Carta
1 : a charter of liberties to which the English barons forced…
1619
1. The House of Burgesses began in the Virginian Colony. ... 2.S…
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United States History Chapter 3
Mercantilism
Balance of Trade
Parliament
Navigation Acts
An economic system in which a nations seek to increase their…
The difference in value between a country's imports and expor…
The legislative body of England.
A series of laws enacted by Parliament, beginning in 1651, to…
Mercantilism
An economic system in which a nations seek to increase their…
Balance of Trade
The difference in value between a country's imports and expor…
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AP US History States
Alabama
Alaska
Arizona
Arkansas
Alabama
Alaska
AP United States History Chapter 29 People To Know
Louis D. Brandeis
Francisco ("Pancho") Villa
Arthur Zimmermann
George Creel
Wrote the book Other People's Money and How the Bankers Use i…
A popular leader during the Mexican Revolution. An outlaw in…
Germany's foreign minister who sent a telegram proposing Mexi…
A journalists who was the head of the Committee of Public Inf…
Louis D. Brandeis
Wrote the book Other People's Money and How the Bankers Use i…
Francisco ("Pancho") Villa
A popular leader during the Mexican Revolution. An outlaw in…
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AP United States History - Chapter 19 Key Terms & People to Know
Harriet Beecher Stowe
Uncle Tom's Cabin
The Impending Crisis of the South
New England Emigrant Aid Company
Connecticut-born abolitionist author, most famous for her boo…
Harriet Beecher Stowe's widely popular book wish dramatises t…
Anti-Slavery work written by Hinton R. Helper, arguing that s…
Organisation created to help migrate thousands of northerners…
Harriet Beecher Stowe
Connecticut-born abolitionist author, most famous for her boo…
Uncle Tom's Cabin
Harriet Beecher Stowe's widely popular book wish dramatises t…
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United States History, Semester Final
1a. Incentives for European Expansion
1b. Christopher Columbus
1c. Conquistadors
1d. Spanish Empire (characteristics)
A Reawakening of Commerce... Following the Black Plague in 1347…
Columbus's First Voyage... After being rejected by Portugal, Co…
Cortés Conquers the Aztecs... The most brutal of the conquistad…
Ordinances of Discovery... There were three distinct periods in…
1a. Incentives for European Expansion
A Reawakening of Commerce... Following the Black Plague in 1347…
1b. Christopher Columbus
Columbus's First Voyage... After being rejected by Portugal, Co…
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AP United States History - Unit 1 and 2 Flash Cards
Separatist
Northwest Passage
Conversion
Social Reciprocity
English Protestants who wished to separate from what they fel…
A waterway from the Atlantic to Pacific Ocean through the nor…
A religious experience where one "sees the light" of Christ a…
A social belief that society punishes criminals and wrongdoer…
Separatist
English Protestants who wished to separate from what they fel…
Northwest Passage
A waterway from the Atlantic to Pacific Ocean through the nor…
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Ap United States history chapter 6 and 7 terms
Battle of long island
Phillipsburg proclamation
Pennsylvania Constitution of 1776
Mixed government
First major engagement of the new Continental Army defending…
A 1779 proclamation that declared that any slave who does des…
A constitution they granted all taxpaying men the right to vo…
John Adams theory from thoughts on government which calls for…
Battle of long island
First major engagement of the new Continental Army defending…
Phillipsburg proclamation
A 1779 proclamation that declared that any slave who does des…
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AP United States History AMSCO Review Unit 2
Thomas Jefferson
Toussaint L'Ouverture
John Marshall
Marbury vs Madison
President who got Louisiana Purchase, eliminated excise taxes…
Led slave revolt in Haiti
Had major influence on supreme court actions and strengthened…
Supreme court case that established judicial review
Thomas Jefferson
President who got Louisiana Purchase, eliminated excise taxes…
Toussaint L'Ouverture
Led slave revolt in Haiti
34 terms
AP United States History Exam 2016: Supreme Court Cases
Marbury v. Madison (1803, Marshall)
Fletcher v. Peck (1810, Marshall)
McCulloch v. Maryland (1819, Marshall)
Dartmouth College v. Woodward (1819, M…
The court established its role as the arbiter of the constitu…
The decision stemmed from the Yazoo land cases, 1803, and uph…
The Court ruled that states cannot tax the federal government…
New Hampshire had attempted to take over Dartmouth College by…
Marbury v. Madison (1803, Marshall)
The court established its role as the arbiter of the constitu…
Fletcher v. Peck (1810, Marshall)
The decision stemmed from the Yazoo land cases, 1803, and uph…
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United States History to 1877 - Chapter 1
Movable Type and Printing Press
The Northeast Trades and the Westerlies
Smallpox
Sugar, the horse, and tobacco
New technologies advances that were invented in Germany in th…
When the Europeans began to explore the oceans. They first ne…
Smallpox is a deadly disease noted by pustules that can cover…
The exchange of these three commodities had a huge impact on…
Movable Type and Printing Press
New technologies advances that were invented in Germany in th…
The Northeast Trades and the Westerlies
When the Europeans began to explore the oceans. They first ne…
United States History Review
Proclamation Line of 1763
New England Colonies
Southern Colonies
Great Plains
Border established by Great Britain in order to avoid conflic…
Influenced by good harbors, abundant forests, rocky soil, and…
The climate and topography of the southeastern U.S. had a maj…
The relatively flat, grassy region of the U.S. between the Mi…
Proclamation Line of 1763
Border established by Great Britain in order to avoid conflic…
New England Colonies
Influenced by good harbors, abundant forests, rocky soil, and…
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