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Colonies AP US History
Virginia
Maryland
Plymouth
Massachusetts Bay
•joint stock company... •Chief Powhatan... •John Smith... •Promise of…
•first propriety colony... •Lord Baltimore (Cecilius Calvert)... •t…
•Pilgrims/Separatists... •William Bradford... •Mayflower Compact
•John Winthrop... •refuge for persecuted Christians ... •the tradin…
Virginia
•joint stock company... •Chief Powhatan... •John Smith... •Promise of…
Maryland
•first propriety colony... •Lord Baltimore (Cecilius Calvert)... •t…
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AP US History - Colonies
(King) Ferdinand and (Queen) Isabella
Martin Luther
(John) Calvin
(King) Henry VIII
King and Queen of Spain during the age of Exploration in the…
German monk who broke for the Catholic Church; initiated the…
Religious leader during Protestant Reformation; focused on pr…
English monarch who broke from the Catholic Church and establ…
(King) Ferdinand and (Queen) Isabella
King and Queen of Spain during the age of Exploration in the…
Martin Luther
German monk who broke for the Catholic Church; initiated the…
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AP US History Colonial
John Smith
House of Burgesses
Roger Williams
Puritan
(1580-June 21, 1631) was an English soldier, sailor, and auth…
the first elected legislative assembly in the New World estab…
(December 21, 1603-April 1, 1683) was an English theologian,…
any person seeking "purity" of worship and doctrine
John Smith
(1580-June 21, 1631) was an English soldier, sailor, and auth…
House of Burgesses
the first elected legislative assembly in the New World estab…
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AP US History - Colonies
(King) Ferdinand and (Queen) Isabella
Martin Luther
(John) Calvin
(King) Henry VIII
King and Queen of Spain during the age of Exploration in the…
German monk who broke for the Catholic Church; initiated the…
Religious leader during Protestant Reformation; focused on pr…
English monarch who broke from the Catholic Church and establ…
(King) Ferdinand and (Queen) Isabella
King and Queen of Spain during the age of Exploration in the…
Martin Luther
German monk who broke for the Catholic Church; initiated the…
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AP US History - Colonies
Martin Luther
Virginia Company
(John) Rolfe
House of Burgesses
German monk who broke for the Catholic Church; initiated the…
first English colony established in the US; included traders…
brought tobacco to Virginia; married Pocohantas
first elected legislative body in the US which could make law…
Martin Luther
German monk who broke for the Catholic Church; initiated the…
Virginia Company
first English colony established in the US; included traders…
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Colonies AP US History
Virginia (S)
Maryland (S)
Massachusetts (N)
Rhode Island (N)
•Roanoke Island- two failed attempts... •joint stock company... •Ch…
•first propriety colony 1634... •Lord Baltimore (Cecilius Calver…
•Pilgrims/Separatists... •William Bradford- Great Migration- Cit…
•Roger Williams... •Anne Hutchinson- Antinomialism... •religious re…
Virginia (S)
•Roanoke Island- two failed attempts... •joint stock company... •Ch…
Maryland (S)
•first propriety colony 1634... •Lord Baltimore (Cecilius Calver…
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AP US History - Colonies
(King) Ferdinand and (Queen) Isabella
Martin Luther
(John) Calvin
(King) Henry VIII
King and Queen of Spain during the age of Exploration in the…
German monk who broke for the Catholic Church; initiated the…
Religious leader during Protestant Reformation; focused on pr…
English monarch who broke from the Catholic Church and establ…
(King) Ferdinand and (Queen) Isabella
King and Queen of Spain during the age of Exploration in the…
Martin Luther
German monk who broke for the Catholic Church; initiated the…
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AP US History - Colonies
Martin Luther
(John) Calvin
(King) Henry VIII
(Queen) Elizabeth I
German monk who broke for the Catholic Church; initiated the…
Religious leader during Protestant Reformation; focused on pr…
English monarch who broke from the Catholic Church and establ…
Henry VIII's successor who continued the Anglican church; tur…
Martin Luther
German monk who broke for the Catholic Church; initiated the…
(John) Calvin
Religious leader during Protestant Reformation; focused on pr…
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Colonies AP US History
Virginia
Maryland
Plymouth
Massachusetts Bay
•joint stock company... •Chief Powhatan... •John Smith... •Promise of…
•first propriety colony... •Lord Baltimore (Cecilius Calvert)... •t…
•Pilgrims/Separatists... •William Bradford... •Mayflower Compact
•John Winthrop... •refuge for persecuted Christians ... •the tradin…
Virginia
•joint stock company... •Chief Powhatan... •John Smith... •Promise of…
Maryland
•first propriety colony... •Lord Baltimore (Cecilius Calvert)... •t…
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AP US History - 13 Colonies
"Encomienda" System
Newfoundland
Roanoke, Virginia
Jamestown
The government gave Indian laborers to colonists (basically u…
(Specifically the coast) of the location was the site of the…
Established in 1587. Called the Lost Colony. It was financed…
a former village on the James River in Virginia north of Norf…
"Encomienda" System
The government gave Indian laborers to colonists (basically u…
Newfoundland
(Specifically the coast) of the location was the site of the…
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AP US History - Colonies
(King) Ferdinand and (Queen) Isabella
Martin Luther
(John) Calvin
(King) Henry VIII
King and Queen of Spain during the age of Exploration in the…
German monk who broke from the Catholic Church; initiated the…
Religious leader during Protestant Reformation; focused on pr…
English monarch who broke from the Catholic Church and establ…
(King) Ferdinand and (Queen) Isabella
King and Queen of Spain during the age of Exploration in the…
Martin Luther
German monk who broke from the Catholic Church; initiated the…
60 terms
AP US History - Colonies
(King) Ferdinand and (Queen) Isabella
Martin Luther
(John) Calvin
(King) Henry VIII
King and Queen of Spain during the age of Exploration in the…
German monk who broke for the Catholic Church; initiated the…
Religious leader during Protestant Reformation; focused on pr…
English monarch who broke from the Catholic Church and establ…
(King) Ferdinand and (Queen) Isabella
King and Queen of Spain during the age of Exploration in the…
Martin Luther
German monk who broke for the Catholic Church; initiated the…
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AP US History - Colonies
(King) Ferdinand and (Queen) Isabella
Martin Luther
(John) Calvin
(King) Henry VIII
King and Queen of Spain during the age of Exploration in the…
German monk who broke for the Catholic Church; initiated the…
Religious leader during Protestant Reformation; focused on pr…
English monarch who broke from the Catholic Church and establ…
(King) Ferdinand and (Queen) Isabella
King and Queen of Spain during the age of Exploration in the…
Martin Luther
German monk who broke for the Catholic Church; initiated the…
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2. Colonial America (HDHS AP US History)
1st Great Awakening
Anne Hutchinson
Bacon's Rebellion
Dominion of New England
Religious movement that said that people could interpret the…
Massachusetts Bay dissenter and co-founder of Rhode Island wh…
Uprising led by a small white farmer in Virginia who was upse…
Organization founded by the king in an attempt to gain greate…
1st Great Awakening
Religious movement that said that people could interpret the…
Anne Hutchinson
Massachusetts Bay dissenter and co-founder of Rhode Island wh…
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AP US HISTORY COLONIAL PERIOD
Sea Dogs
Samuel de Champlain/ New France
Prince Henry the Navigator
encomienda
english pirates during Queen Elizabeth
father of "New FRance" established Quebec in 1608
encouraged Porteguese exploration... wanted all water route to A…
indians forced to do unpaid labor for spanish on their towns…
Sea Dogs
english pirates during Queen Elizabeth
Samuel de Champlain/ New France
father of "New FRance" established Quebec in 1608
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AP US History- Colonial America, 2. Colonial America (HDHS AP US History), AP US History Colonial
Jamestown
Captain John Smith
Plymouth Colony
Pilgrims
The first successful settlement in the Virginia colony founde…
Admiral of New England, an English soldier, sailor, and autho…
A colony established by the English Pilgrims, or Seperatists,…
Group of English Protestant dissenters who established Plymou…
Jamestown
The first successful settlement in the Virginia colony founde…
Captain John Smith
Admiral of New England, an English soldier, sailor, and autho…
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AP US History- Colonial America
Jamestown
Captain John Smith
Plymouth Colony
Pilgrims
The first successful settlement in the Virginia colony founde…
Admiral of New England, an English soldier, sailor, and autho…
A colony established by the English Pilgrims, or Seperatists,…
Group of English Protestant dissenters who established Plymou…
Jamestown
The first successful settlement in the Virginia colony founde…
Captain John Smith
Admiral of New England, an English soldier, sailor, and autho…
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AP US History - 13 Colonies
"Encomienda" System
Newfoundland
Roanoke, Virginia
Jamestown
The government gave Indian laborers to colonists (basically u…
(Specifically the coast) of the location was the site of the…
Established in 1587. Called the Lost Colony. It was financed…
a former village on the James River in Virginia north of Norf…
"Encomienda" System
The government gave Indian laborers to colonists (basically u…
Newfoundland
(Specifically the coast) of the location was the site of the…
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AP US History - English Colonies
Charter
Proprietary
Royal
Economic System
a group granted permission from the king to begin a colony
one person (a proprietor) granted permission from the king to…
a colony that belongs to the king
-mercantilism... -country's power=wealth in gold/silver... -"zero s…
Charter
a group granted permission from the king to begin a colony
Proprietary
one person (a proprietor) granted permission from the king to…
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AP US History - 13 Colonies
"Encomienda" System
Newfoundland
Roanoke, Virginia
Jamestown
The government gave Indian laborers to colonists (basically u…
(Specifically the coast) of the location was the site of the…
Established in 1587. Called the Lost Colony. It was financed…
a former village on the James River in Virginia north of Norf…
"Encomienda" System
The government gave Indian laborers to colonists (basically u…
Newfoundland
(Specifically the coast) of the location was the site of the…
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AP US History - 13 Colonies
Virginia
Georgia
Maryland
Massachusetts
I want to own a large estate. I have experience in tobacco cu…
I owe several people money and I am afraid that I will soon b…
I am a Catholic
I am a devout Puritan. I believe the purpose of government is…
Virginia
I want to own a large estate. I have experience in tobacco cu…
Georgia
I owe several people money and I am afraid that I will soon b…
AP US History - 13 Colonies
"Encomienda" System
Newfoundland
Roanoke, Virginia
Jamestown
The government gave Indian laborers to colonists (basically u…
(Specifically the coast) of the location was the site of the…
Established in 1587. Called the Lost Colony. It was financed…
a former village on the James River in Virginia north of Norf…
"Encomienda" System
The government gave Indian laborers to colonists (basically u…
Newfoundland
(Specifically the coast) of the location was the site of the…
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AP US History: The 13 Colonies
New Hampshire
Massachusetts
Connecticut
Rhode Island
New England Colony
New England Colony
New England Colony
New England Colony
New Hampshire
New England Colony
Massachusetts
New England Colony
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AP US History - English Colonies
Charter
Proprietary
Royal
Economic System
a group granted permission from the king to begin a colony
one person (a proprietor) granted permission from the king to…
a colony that belongs to the king
-mercantilism... -country's power=wealth in gold/silver... -"zero s…
Charter
a group granted permission from the king to begin a colony
Proprietary
one person (a proprietor) granted permission from the king to…
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AP Us History, 3 colonies
when was Roanoke discovered
when was Jamestown discovered
when was Plymouth discovered
where is Roanoke located
1585
1607
1620
North Carolina
when was Roanoke discovered
1585
when was Jamestown discovered
1607
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AP US History (The American Colonies)
Mayflower Compact
William Bradford
Pilgrims and Puritans contrasted
Massachusetts Bay Colony
1620 - The first agreement for self-government in America. It…
A Pilgrim, the second governor of the Plymouth colony, 1621-1…
The Pilgrims were separatists who believed that the Church of…
1629 - King Charles gave the Puritans a right to settle and g…
Mayflower Compact
1620 - The first agreement for self-government in America. It…
William Bradford
A Pilgrim, the second governor of the Plymouth colony, 1621-1…
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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- Colonial America
Jamestown
Captain John Smith
Plymouth Colony
Pilgrims
The first successful settlement in the Virginia colony founde…
Admiral of New England, an English soldier, sailor, and autho…
A colony established by the English Pilgrims, or Seperatists,…
Group of English Protestant dissenters who established Plymou…
Jamestown
The first successful settlement in the Virginia colony founde…
Captain John Smith
Admiral of New England, an English soldier, sailor, and autho…
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Colonial America (Ap US History)
Virginia Company
House of Burgesses
Powhatan
Bacon's Rebellion
an English firm that planned to make money by sending people…
was the first European type legislative body in the New World…
was a notable American Indian chieftain in Virginia
White people get mad cause they want more land and more punis…
Virginia Company
an English firm that planned to make money by sending people…
House of Burgesses
was the first European type legislative body in the New World…
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AP US History Ultimate Review: Colonies
Christopher Columbus
Amerigo Vespucci
Treaty of Tordesillas
New Spain
(1492) Italian- born navigator who sailed for Spain
Florentine navigator who explored the coast of South America
Agreement between Spain and Portugal; created the Papal Line…
Spain's empire in the New World
Christopher Columbus
(1492) Italian- born navigator who sailed for Spain
Amerigo Vespucci
Florentine navigator who explored the coast of South America
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AP US History Chapter 2 13 Colonies
corporate colonies
royal colonies
proprietary colonies
Chesapeake colonies
A colony operated by a joint stock company
were to be under the direct authority and rule of the king's…
colonies owned by persons who had been given a royal charter…
Colonies created in 1632 when Charles I subdivided what had b…
corporate colonies
A colony operated by a joint stock company
royal colonies
were to be under the direct authority and rule of the king's…
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AP US History - 13 Colonies
"Encomienda" System
New found land
Roanoke, Virginia
Jamestown
The government gave Indian laborers to colonists (basically u…
(Specifically the coast) this location was the site of the fi…
Established in 1587. Called the Lost Colony. It was financed…
Established in 1607 and was the first sucessful colony; a for…
"Encomienda" System
The government gave Indian laborers to colonists (basically u…
New found land
(Specifically the coast) this location was the site of the fi…
50 terms
AP US History (The American Colonies)
Mayflower Compact
William Bradford
Pilgrims and Puritans contrasted
Massachusetts Bay Colony
1620 - The first agreement for self-government in America. It…
A Pilgrim, the second governor of the Plymouth colony, 1621-1…
The Pilgrims were separatists who believed that the Church of…
1629 - King Charles gave the Puritans a right to settle and g…
Mayflower Compact
1620 - The first agreement for self-government in America. It…
William Bradford
A Pilgrim, the second governor of the Plymouth colony, 1621-1…
12 terms
Nationality colonies ap us history
New hampshire
New York
New Jersey
Pennsylvania
English
Dutch
Swedish
Europeans
New hampshire
English
New York
Dutch
50 terms
AP US History The American Colonies
Mayflower Compact
William Bradford
Pilgrims and Puritans contrasted
Massachusetts Bay Colony
1620 - The first agreement for self-government in America. It…
A Pilgrim, the second governor of the Plymouth colony, 1621-1…
The Pilgrims were separatists who believed that the Church of…
1629 - King Charles gave the Puritans a right to settle and g…
Mayflower Compact
1620 - The first agreement for self-government in America. It…
William Bradford
A Pilgrim, the second governor of the Plymouth colony, 1621-1…
31 terms
AP US Colonial America, AP US History- Colonial America
Encomienda System
Jamestown
Captain John Smith
Plymouth Colony
rigid racial hiearchy of Indians, forces the Native Americans…
The first successful settlement in the Virginia colony founde…
Admiral of New England, an English soldier, sailor, and autho…
A colony established by the English Pilgrims, or Seperatists,…
Encomienda System
rigid racial hiearchy of Indians, forces the Native Americans…
Jamestown
The first successful settlement in the Virginia colony founde…
36 terms
AP US History- Colonial America
Jamestown
Captain John Smith
Plymouth Colony
Pilgrims
The first successful settlement in the Virginia colony founde…
Admiral of New England, an English soldier, sailor, and autho…
A colony established by the English Pilgrims, or Seperatists,…
Group of English Protestant dissenters who established Plymou…
Jamestown
The first successful settlement in the Virginia colony founde…
Captain John Smith
Admiral of New England, an English soldier, sailor, and autho…
30 terms
AP US History- Colonial America
Jamestown
Captain John Smith
Plymouth Colony
Pilgrims
The first successful settlement in the Virginia colony founde…
Admiral of New England, an English soldier, sailor, and autho…
A colony established by the English Pilgrims, or Seperatists,…
Group of English Protestant dissenters who established Plymou…
Jamestown
The first successful settlement in the Virginia colony founde…
Captain John Smith
Admiral of New England, an English soldier, sailor, and autho…
532 terms
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…
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.
28 terms
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…
52 terms
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…
130 terms
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…
32 terms
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…
20 terms
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…
20 terms
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…
9 terms
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…
23 terms
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…
27 terms
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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