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US History 0 WWI
Treaty of Versailles
armistice
9 new nations. Poland, Czechoslovakia,…
commander of the American Expeditionar…
the 1919 peace treaty at the end of World War l which establi…
a truce or agreement to end an armed conflict
What new nations were created as a result of the Treaty of Ve…
Who is General Pershing?
Treaty of Versailles
the 1919 peace treaty at the end of World War l which establi…
armistice
a truce or agreement to end an armed conflict
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AP US History: Exploration
Vasco da Gama
Christopher Columbus
Henry de Soto
Ponce de Leon
Portuguese explorer. In 1497-1498 he led the first naval expe…
An Italian navigator who was funded by the Spanish Government…
First person to sail into the Miss. River in 1542
Discovered and claimed Florida (Land of the Flowers) for Spai…
Vasco da Gama
Portuguese explorer. In 1497-1498 he led the first naval expe…
Christopher Columbus
An Italian navigator who was funded by the Spanish Government…
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AP US History Chapter 12
coastal trade
inland system
Chattel principle
benevolent masters
The domestic slave trade with routes along the Atlantic coast…
The slave trade system in the interior of the country that fe…
A system of bondage in which a slave has the legal status of…
Slave owners who considered themselves committed to the welfa…
coastal trade
The domestic slave trade with routes along the Atlantic coast…
inland system
The slave trade system in the interior of the country that fe…
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AP US History Chapter 22
Adkins v Children's Hospital
Welfare capitalism
Red Scare
Palmer raids
1923 Supreme Court case that voided a minimum a minimum wage…
An approach to labor relations in which companies meet some o…
Term for the communism that swept the country first after WWI…
A series of raids on radical organizations that peaked in Jan…
Adkins v Children's Hospital
1923 Supreme Court case that voided a minimum a minimum wage…
Welfare capitalism
An approach to labor relations in which companies meet some o…
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AP US History Unit 1
Walter Raleigh
Elizabeth I
Treaty of Tordesillas
Pocahontas
Founder of England's first American colony. (Roanoke, it fail…
English Queen during golden age. Reestablished Protestantism…
a 1494 agreement between Portugal and Spain, declaring that n…
a Powhatan woman (the daughter of Powhatan) who befriended th…
Walter Raleigh
Founder of England's first American colony. (Roanoke, it fail…
Elizabeth I
English Queen during golden age. Reestablished Protestantism…
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AP US History Period 1
maize cultivation
hunter-gatherer economy
western hemisphere
west africa
The growing of Indian corn, a staple of many Indians diets, l…
A nomadic way of life with no agriculture focused on followin…
The Americas
A area of Africa that was previously unreachable until the in…
maize cultivation
The growing of Indian corn, a staple of many Indians diets, l…
hunter-gatherer economy
A nomadic way of life with no agriculture focused on followin…
AP US History Review
Columbian Exchange
Columbian Exchange, from Americas to "…
Columbian Exchange, from "Old World" t…
encomienda system
a series of interactions and adaptations among societies acro…
potatos, corn, tomatoes, squash, beans, chocolate, syphillis,…
smallpox, livestock (pigs, cows, sheep), bees, bananas, coffe…
Indian labor used to support plantation-based agriculture and…
Columbian Exchange
a series of interactions and adaptations among societies acro…
Columbian Exchange, from Americas to "…
potatos, corn, tomatoes, squash, beans, chocolate, syphillis,…
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AP US History Chapter 13
Manifest Destiny
Californios
"Fifty-four forty or fight"
conscience Whigs
A term coined by John L. O'Sullivan in 1845 to express the id…
The elite Mexican ranchers in the province of California.
Democratic candidate James K. Polk's slogan in the election o…
Whig politicians who opposed the Mexican War (1846-1848) on m…
Manifest Destiny
A term coined by John L. O'Sullivan in 1845 to express the id…
Californios
The elite Mexican ranchers in the province of California.
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AP US History Dates Test
1492
1607
1619
1754
Columbus sails ocean blue. What a loser.
Jamestown established.
First African slaves brought to North America.
French and Indian War Begins
1492
Columbus sails ocean blue. What a loser.
1607
Jamestown established.
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AP US History Period 1
maize cultivation
hunter-gatherer economy
western hemisphere
west africa
The growing of Indian corn, a staple of many Indians diets, l…
A nomadic way of life with no agriculture focused on followin…
The Americas
A area of Africa that was previously unreachable until the in…
maize cultivation
The growing of Indian corn, a staple of many Indians diets, l…
hunter-gatherer economy
A nomadic way of life with no agriculture focused on followin…
AP US History Period 1
maize cultivation
hunter-gatherer economy
western hemisphere
west africa
The growing of Indian corn, a staple of many Indians diets, l…
A nomadic way of life with no agriculture focused on followin…
The Americas
A area of Africa that was previously unreachable until the in…
maize cultivation
The growing of Indian corn, a staple of many Indians diets, l…
hunter-gatherer economy
A nomadic way of life with no agriculture focused on followin…
34 terms
AP US History Chapter 13
Manifest Destiny
Californios
"Fifty-four forty or fight"
conscience Whigs
A term coined by John L. O'Sullivan in 1845 to express the id…
The elite Mexican ranchers in the province of California.
Democratic candidate James K. Polk's slogan in the election o…
Whig politicians who opposed the Mexican War (1846-1848) on m…
Manifest Destiny
A term coined by John L. O'Sullivan in 1845 to express the id…
Californios
The elite Mexican ranchers in the province of California.
AP US History: Reconstruction
black codes
black reconstruction
John Wilkes Booth
carpetbaggers
Laws denying most legal rights to newly freed slaves; passed…
Blacks could vote and had rights, but black codes kept them v…
..., was an American stage actor who, as part of a conspiracy…
A derogatory term applied to Northerners who migrated south d…
black codes
Laws denying most legal rights to newly freed slaves; passed…
black reconstruction
Blacks could vote and had rights, but black codes kept them v…
34 terms
AP US History Chapter 13
Manifest Destiny
Californios
"Fifty-four forty or fight"
conscience Whigs
A term coined by John L. O'Sullivan in 1845 to express the id…
The elite Mexican ranchers in the province of California.
Democratic candidate James K. Polk's slogan in the election o…
Whig politicians who opposed the Mexican War (1846-1848) on m…
Manifest Destiny
A term coined by John L. O'Sullivan in 1845 to express the id…
Californios
The elite Mexican ranchers in the province of California.
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AP US History Chapter 11
individualism
American Renaissance
utopias
socialism
Word coined by Alexis de Tocqueville in 1835 to describe Amer…
A literary explosion during the 1840s inspired in part by Eme…
Communities founded by reformers and transcendentalists to he…
a system of social and economic organization based on the com…
individualism
Word coined by Alexis de Tocqueville in 1835 to describe Amer…
American Renaissance
A literary explosion during the 1840s inspired in part by Eme…
AP US History Review
Why 1491 - 1607 was chosen as the date…
maize cultivation
Pre-Columbian economy in Northwest and…
Pre-Columbian economy in Great Basin a…
1491 is one year prior to the arrival of Columbus and Europea…
The spread of ____________ from present-day Mexico northward…
a mix of foraging and hunting. EX: Chinook of Pacific Northwest
Societies responded to the lack of natural resources in the _…
Why 1491 - 1607 was chosen as the date…
1491 is one year prior to the arrival of Columbus and Europea…
maize cultivation
The spread of ____________ from present-day Mexico northward…
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AP US HISTORY
Whigs
Parliament
French & Indian War
Albany Plan of Union (1754)
a member of the patriotic party during the Revolutionary peri…
a legislative body in any of various other countries.... a meet…
the war in America in which France and its Indian allies oppo…
a meeting of delegates from seven American colonies, held in…
Whigs
a member of the patriotic party during the Revolutionary peri…
Parliament
a legislative body in any of various other countries.... a meet…
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AP US History Chapter 14
Crittenden Compromise
total war
Draft (conscription)
habeas corpus
A plan proposed by Senator John J. Crittenden for a constitut…
A form of warfare that mobilizes all of a societies resources…
The system for selecting individuals for compulsory military…
A legal writ forcing government authorities to justify their…
Crittenden Compromise
A plan proposed by Senator John J. Crittenden for a constitut…
total war
A form of warfare that mobilizes all of a societies resources…
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AP US History Review
Why 1491 - 1607 was chosen as the date…
maize cultivation
Pre-Columbian economy in Northwest and…
Pre-Columbian economy in Great Basin a…
1491 is one year prior to the arrival of Columbus and Europea…
The spread of ____________ from present-day Mexico northward…
a mix of foraging and hunting. EX: Chinook of Pacific Northwest
Societies responded to the lack of natural resources in the _…
Why 1491 - 1607 was chosen as the date…
1491 is one year prior to the arrival of Columbus and Europea…
maize cultivation
The spread of ____________ from present-day Mexico northward…
AP US History Period 1
maize cultivation
hunter-gatherer economy
western hemisphere
west africa
The growing of Indian corn, a staple of many Indians diets, l…
A nomadic way of life with no agriculture focused on followin…
The Americas
A area of Africa that was previously unreachable until the in…
maize cultivation
The growing of Indian corn, a staple of many Indians diets, l…
hunter-gatherer economy
A nomadic way of life with no agriculture focused on followin…
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AP US History: Imperialism
Alfred T. Mahan
Valeriano "Butcher" Weyler
Dupuy de Lóme
Theodore Roosevelt
United States Navy officer; his ideas on the importance of se…
He was a Spanish General referred to as the "Butcher." He und…
He was a Spanish minister in Washington who wrote a private l…
26th president, known for: conservationism, trust-busting, He…
Alfred T. Mahan
United States Navy officer; his ideas on the importance of se…
Valeriano "Butcher" Weyler
He was a Spanish General referred to as the "Butcher." He und…
AP US History People
George Grenville
John Dickinson
Charles Townshend
Lord North
Elected as British prime minister. Created the Sugar Acts. Hi…
Conservative leader who wrote "Letters from a Farmer in Penns…
the Chancellor of the Exchequer had a large hand in creating…
Became Prime Minister in 1770, persuaded Parliament to repeal…
George Grenville
Elected as British prime minister. Created the Sugar Acts. Hi…
John Dickinson
Conservative leader who wrote "Letters from a Farmer in Penns…
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AP US History Review
Treaty of Tordesillas (1494)
St. Augustine (1565)
Mercantilism
New Amsterdam
An agreement between Portugal and Spain which declared that n…
The oldest continually inhabited European settlement in Unite…
European government policies of the 16th-18th centuries desig…
A settlement established by the Dutch near the mouth of Hudso…
Treaty of Tordesillas (1494)
An agreement between Portugal and Spain which declared that n…
St. Augustine (1565)
The oldest continually inhabited European settlement in Unite…
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AP US History Progressivism
Progressivism
Teddy Roosevelt
Square Deal
1902 Anthractite Coal Strike
A loosely defined political movement of individuals and group…
This man started out as a Liberal Republican, and when Willia…
Teddy Roosevelt's program that attempted to deal with problem…
During a revolt at a coal mine, Teddy Roosevelt forced labore…
Progressivism
A loosely defined political movement of individuals and group…
Teddy Roosevelt
This man started out as a Liberal Republican, and when Willia…
99 terms
AP US History
hunter-gatherer economy
agricultural economy
spanish exploration
encomienda system
A nomadic way of life with no agriculture focused on followin…
economy based on the production of crops
Colonization of the Americas by the conquistadors in search f…
A government system where natives were given to colonists to…
hunter-gatherer economy
A nomadic way of life with no agriculture focused on followin…
agricultural economy
economy based on the production of crops
AP US History: Colonization & Settlement
Jamestown
John Smith
John Rolfe
Pocohontas
1st permanent English settlement in North America in 1607.
A captain famous for world travel. As a young man, he took co…
He was one of the English settlers at Jamestown (and he marri…
An American Indian princess who saved the life of John Smith…
Jamestown
1st permanent English settlement in North America in 1607.
John Smith
A captain famous for world travel. As a young man, he took co…
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AP US History Period 1
maize cultivation
hunter-gatherer economy
western hemisphere
west africa
The growing of Indian corn, a staple of many Indians diets, l…
A nomadic way of life with no agriculture focused on followin…
The Americas
A area of Africa that was previously unreachable until the in…
maize cultivation
The growing of Indian corn, a staple of many Indians diets, l…
hunter-gatherer economy
A nomadic way of life with no agriculture focused on followin…
AP US History Review
Treaty of Tordesillas (1494)
St. Augustine (1565)
Mercantilism
New Amsterdam
An agreement between Portugal and Spain which declared that n…
The oldest continually inhabited European settlement in Unite…
European government policies of the 16th-18th centuries desig…
A settlement established by the Dutch near the mouth of Hudso…
Treaty of Tordesillas (1494)
An agreement between Portugal and Spain which declared that n…
St. Augustine (1565)
The oldest continually inhabited European settlement in Unite…
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AP US History Semester 1
Federalist Party
Anti-Federalist Party
Whigs Party
Marbury v Madison 1803
First American political party formed by George Washington an…
A group of members that opposed the creation of a stronger US…
were conservatives who supported government programs, reforms…
William Marbury had not had his commission delivered by Adams…
Federalist Party
First American political party formed by George Washington an…
Anti-Federalist Party
A group of members that opposed the creation of a stronger US…
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unit 1 - AP US History
Columbian Exchange
John Smith
Jamestown
Joint-Stock companies
exchanges of plants, animals, diseases, and technology transf…
English explorer, soldier and writer; best known for his role…
first permanent English settlement in North America
business entity where different stocks can be bought and owne…
Columbian Exchange
exchanges of plants, animals, diseases, and technology transf…
John Smith
English explorer, soldier and writer; best known for his role…
AP US History Flashcards
Christopher Columbus
Amerigo Vespucci
Treaty of Tordesillas
New Spain
1451-1506... *Italian-born navigator who found fame when he land…
1454-1512... *Italian member of a Portuguese expedition... *Explore…
1493... *Commitment between Spain and Portugal... *Created a Papal…
1400s and 1500s... *Spain tightly controlled empire in the New W…
Christopher Columbus
1451-1506... *Italian-born navigator who found fame when he land…
Amerigo Vespucci
1454-1512... *Italian member of a Portuguese expedition... *Explore…
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AP US HIstory
Clovis people
Bering Land Bridge
Anasazi
Mound Builders
The name of early residents of North America whose spear poin…
The name given to the land that connected Alaska and Siberia…
Meaning "ancient ones" lived in modern day New Mexico, Arizon…
Name given to Native American tribes yhat built large burial…
Clovis people
The name of early residents of North America whose spear poin…
Bering Land Bridge
The name given to the land that connected Alaska and Siberia…
AP US History
English found Jamestown, Virginia
Dutch deliver first slaves to Virginia
November 9, Mayflower ship lands at Ca…
French and Indian War erupts as a resu…
1607
1619
1620
1754
English found Jamestown, Virginia
1607
Dutch deliver first slaves to Virginia
1619
AP US History Revolution
First Continental Congress (1774)
Radicals (American Revolution)
Patrick Henry
Samuel Adams
All of the colonies except Georgia sent representatives to de…
Colonists that supported the revolution and Independence from…
Radical from Virginia; delegate at Continental Congress. "Giv…
Radical from Massachusetts; delegate at Continental Congress;…
First Continental Congress (1774)
All of the colonies except Georgia sent representatives to de…
Radicals (American Revolution)
Colonists that supported the revolution and Independence from…
AP US History Constitution
Shays' Rebellion (1786-87)
Annapolis Convention (1786)
Great (Connecticut) Compromise
Commerce Compromise
An armed uprising that took place in central and western Mass…
Held to discuss the barriers that limited trade or commerce b…
Provisions:... 1) A state's representation in the House of Repre…
Provisions:... The South agreed to federal control over foreign…
Shays' Rebellion (1786-87)
An armed uprising that took place in central and western Mass…
Annapolis Convention (1786)
Held to discuss the barriers that limited trade or commerce b…
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AP US History Chapter 22
Vannevar Bush
Clarence Darrow
Japanese
Langston Hughes
American engineer, known for heading the US Office of Scienti…
A famed criminal defense lawyer for Scopes, who supported evo…
Japanese and Japanese Americans from the West Coast of the Un…
African American poet who described the rich culture of afric…
Vannevar Bush
American engineer, known for heading the US Office of Scienti…
Clarence Darrow
A famed criminal defense lawyer for Scopes, who supported evo…
43 terms
AP US History: Colonization & Settlement
Jamestown
John Smith
John Rolfe
Pocohontas
1st permanent English settlement in North America in 1607.
A captain famous for world travel. As a young man, he took co…
He was one of the English settlers at Jamestown (and he marri…
An American Indian princess who saved the life of John Smith…
Jamestown
1st permanent English settlement in North America in 1607.
John Smith
A captain famous for world travel. As a young man, he took co…
48 terms
US AP History Period 1
How did early Americans reach North an…
When was the land bridge formed? What…
What were the Indians doing when they…
What were the most complex Indian comm…
They crossed a land bridge from Asia
During the ice age, ice/land
Following food or herds
Mayan, Inca and Aztecs
How did early Americans reach North an…
They crossed a land bridge from Asia
When was the land bridge formed? What…
During the ice age, ice/land
48 terms
US AP History Period 1
How did early Americans reach North an…
When was the land bridge formed? What…
What were the Indians doing when they…
What were the most complex Indian comm…
They crossed a land bridge from Asia
During the ice age, ice/land
Following food or herds
Mayan, Inca and Aztecs
How did early Americans reach North an…
They crossed a land bridge from Asia
When was the land bridge formed? What…
During the ice age, ice/land
US History 0 WWI
Treaty of Versailles
armistice
9 new nations. Poland, Czechoslovakia,…
commander of the American Expeditionar…
the 1919 peace treaty at the end of World War l which establi…
a truce or agreement to end an armed conflict
What new nations were created as a result of the Treaty of Ve…
Who is General Pershing?
Treaty of Versailles
the 1919 peace treaty at the end of World War l which establi…
armistice
a truce or agreement to end an armed conflict
33 terms
AMSCO AP US History Chapter 14
Jefferson Davis
Alexander H. Stephens
greenbacks
Morrill Tariff Act
He served as President of the Confederate States during the C…
He served as vice president of the Confederate States of Amer…
Name given to paper money issued by the Union government duri…
In 1861, this tariff act raised rates to increase revenue and…
Jefferson Davis
He served as President of the Confederate States during the C…
Alexander H. Stephens
He served as vice president of the Confederate States of Amer…
78 terms
AMSCO AP US History Chapter 21
urban middle class
male and female
white, old stock Protestants
professional associations
Most Progressives were urban middle-class men and women. They…
The Progressive were composed of both men and women. (p. 432)
Native-born, their churches preached against vice and taught…
Groups of individuals who share a common profession and are o…
urban middle class
Most Progressives were urban middle-class men and women. They…
male and female
The Progressive were composed of both men and women. (p. 432)
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AMSCO AP US History Chapter 11
utopian communities
Shakers
Amana Colonies
Robert Owen
Over one hundred of these experimental communities were start…
This early religious communal movement held property in commo…
A German religious communal movement in Ohio which emphasized…
A Welsh industrialist and reformer who founded the New Harmon…
utopian communities
Over one hundred of these experimental communities were start…
Shakers
This early religious communal movement held property in commo…
88 terms
AMSCO AP US History Chapter 23
Warren Harding
Charles Evans Hughes
Andrew Mellon
Harry Daugherty
In November 1920, he was elected the 29th president of the Un…
A former presidential candidate and Supreme Court justice who…
A Pittsburgh industrialist and millionaire who was appointed…
Attorney General under President Harding who accepted bribes…
Warren Harding
In November 1920, he was elected the 29th president of the Un…
Charles Evans Hughes
A former presidential candidate and Supreme Court justice who…
AP US History: Colonization & Settlement
Jamestown
John Smith
John Rolfe
Pocohontas
1st permanent English settlement in North America in 1607...W…
A captain famous for world travel. As a young man, he took co…
He was one of the English settlers at Jamestown (and he marri…
An American Indian princess who saved the life of John Smith…
Jamestown
1st permanent English settlement in North America in 1607...W…
John Smith
A captain famous for world travel. As a young man, he took co…
AMSCO AP US History Chapter 15
Civil Rights Act of 1866
14th Amendment
equal protection of the laws
due process of law
This act declared that all African Americans were U.S. citize…
Ratified in 1868, this Constitutional amendment, declares tha…
Part of the 14th amendment, it emphasizes that the laws must…
Part of the 14 Amendment, it denies the government the right,…
Civil Rights Act of 1866
This act declared that all African Americans were U.S. citize…
14th Amendment
Ratified in 1868, this Constitutional amendment, declares tha…
36 terms
AMSCO AP US History Chapter 13
Free-Soil party
conscience Whigs
barnburners
New England Emigrant Aid Company
In 1848, Northerns organized this party to advocate that the…
Whigs that opposed slavery. (p. 248)
Antislavery Democrats, whose defection threatened to destroy…
Northern abolitionist and Free-Soilers set up this company to…
Free-Soil party
In 1848, Northerns organized this party to advocate that the…
conscience Whigs
Whigs that opposed slavery. (p. 248)
AMSCO AP US History Chapter 24
stock market crash
Black Tuesday
Dow Jones index
buying on margin
A boom stock market of 1928 led to a sell off starting in Oct…
On October 29, 1929, millions of panicky investors sold, as t…
The Wall Street stock market index. In September 1929 the ind…
This purchase method allowed people to borrow most of the cos…
stock market crash
A boom stock market of 1928 led to a sell off starting in Oct…
Black Tuesday
On October 29, 1929, millions of panicky investors sold, as t…
AMSCO AP US History Chapter 9
Northeast
Old Northwest
sectionalism
Nativists
In the early 19th century, the area which included New Englan…
In the early 19th century, the territory which stretched from…
Loyalty to a particular region of the country. (p. 173)
Native-born Americans who reacted strongly against the immigr…
Northeast
In the early 19th century, the area which included New Englan…
Old Northwest
In the early 19th century, the territory which stretched from…
AMSCO AP US History Chapter 2
Cecil Calvert, Second Lord Baltimore
Act of Toleration
Roger Williams
Providence
In 1634, Cecil Calvert (Second Lord Baltimore) was the son of…
The first colonial statue granting religious freedom to all C…
A respected Puritan minister who believed that the individual…
This settlement has founded in 1636 by Roger Williams. (p. 29)
Cecil Calvert, Second Lord Baltimore
In 1634, Cecil Calvert (Second Lord Baltimore) was the son of…
Act of Toleration
The first colonial statue granting religious freedom to all C…
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