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World History: Chapter 14: Sections 1-2
Revolution in Russia
Revolution
Why do the revolutions in Russia matte…
Name three causes of the Russian Revol…
Long-term social unrest in Russia exploded in revolution, and…
Revolt.
The Communist Party controlled the Soviet Union until the cou…
1) In 1825, army officers revolted. 2) Secret revolutionary g…
Revolution in Russia
Long-term social unrest in Russia exploded in revolution, and…
Revolution
Revolt.
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History Chapter 14, Section 1
What is absolutism?
Who is regarded as the perfect embodim…
Where does King Louis XIV rule?
What does militant mean?
A system in which the ruler holds total power.
King Louis XIV
France
combative
What is absolutism?
A system in which the ruler holds total power.
Who is regarded as the perfect embodim…
King Louis XIV
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World History: Chapter 14
Simony
Gothic Style
Urban II
Crusade
The selling of official positions in the medieval Roman Catho…
A type of European architecture that developed in the Middle…
He was the Pope who called for the first Crusade in 1095. He…
A holy war. Specifically a number of wars in which medieval C…
Simony
The selling of official positions in the medieval Roman Catho…
Gothic Style
A type of European architecture that developed in the Middle…
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US History Chapter 14
Closed Shop
Right-to-work laws
"Do-Nothing Congress"
Fair-Deal
Businesses that only hired union workers
Anyone was able to work without being forced to join a union…
What Truman called congress because they would not pass any o…
The name of Truman's programs that he tried to pass to make l…
Closed Shop
Businesses that only hired union workers
Right-to-work laws
Anyone was able to work without being forced to join a union…
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History Chapter14 section 1
emigrants
immigrants
steerage
push factors
people who leave a country
people who settle in a new country like the skilled craftsman…
cheapest deck on a ship as opposed to 1st Class or 2nd Class
push people of their native lands like famine and war
emigrants
people who leave a country
immigrants
people who settle in a new country like the skilled craftsman…
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History Alive Chapter 14
Articles of Confederation
Constitutional Convention
Constitution
Branches of Government
The document that described a new national government for the…
The meeting of delegates in Philadelphia in 1787 that made pl…
The document that describes the government of the United Stat…
Part of government with different kinds of responsibilities a…
Articles of Confederation
The document that described a new national government for the…
Constitutional Convention
The meeting of delegates in Philadelphia in 1787 that made pl…
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U.S. History - Chapter 14
Bessemer process
Thomas Alva Edison
Alexander Graham Bell
Transcontinental Railroad
Developed Henry Bessemer around 1850. Allowed steel to be mad…
Became a pioneer on the new industrial frontier when he estab…
Invented the telephone in 1876, allowed for world wide commun…
Railroad line linking the Atlantic and Pacific coasts of the…
Bessemer process
Developed Henry Bessemer around 1850. Allowed steel to be mad…
Thomas Alva Edison
Became a pioneer on the new industrial frontier when he estab…
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World History - Chapter 14-1
Simony
Gothic
Gothic Architecture
Urban II
The process when bishops sold positions in the church
During Medieval times
Light, airy, stained glass windows and tall spires
Pope who started the Holy Wars (Crusades)
Simony
The process when bishops sold positions in the church
Gothic
During Medieval times
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Chapter 14 American History
Axis Powers
Appeasement
Allies
Lend Lease Act
Alliance of Germany, Italy, and Japan during World War II.
Accepting demands in order to avoid conflict
Great Britain, Soviet Union, US and other nations
1941 law that authorized the President to provide aid to any…
Axis Powers
Alliance of Germany, Italy, and Japan during World War II.
Appeasement
Accepting demands in order to avoid conflict
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U.S. History Chapter 14 Sec 3-4-5 Vocab
Sunbelt
Zoot Suit
Victory Suit
Rationing
A region of the United States generally considered to stretch…
In the 1940's - Riots that occurred mostly in Los Angeles, CA…
A men's suit with no vest, no cuffs, a short jacket, and narr…
Restricting the amount of food and other goods people may buy…
Sunbelt
A region of the United States generally considered to stretch…
Zoot Suit
In the 1940's - Riots that occurred mostly in Los Angeles, CA…
History Alive Chapter 14
Articles of Confederation
Constitutional Convention
Constitution
Branches of Government
The document that described a new national government for the…
The meeting of delegates in Philadelphia in 1787 that made pl…
The document that describes the government of the United Stat…
Part of government with different kinds of responsibilities a…
Articles of Confederation
The document that described a new national government for the…
Constitutional Convention
The meeting of delegates in Philadelphia in 1787 that made pl…
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World History Chapter 14
Simony
Gothic Style
Urban II
Crusade
The selling of official positions in the medieval Roman Catho…
A type of European architecture that developed in the Middle…
He was the Pope who called for the first Crusade in 1095. He…
A holy war. Specifically a number of wars in which medieval C…
Simony
The selling of official positions in the medieval Roman Catho…
Gothic Style
A type of European architecture that developed in the Middle…
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World History Chapter 14 Sections 1-5
entente
militarism
Alsace and Lorriane
ultimatum
nonbinfing agreement to follow common policies
glorification of the military
provinces ok the border of Germany and France, lost by France…
final set of demands
entente
nonbinfing agreement to follow common policies
militarism
glorification of the military
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U.S. History Chapter 14
Price Support
Credit
Alfred E. Smith
Dow Jones Industrial Average
The maintenance of a price at a certain level through governm…
An arrangement in which a buyer pays later for a purchase, of…
an American statesman who was elected Governor of New York fo…
A measure based on the prices of the stocks of 30 large compa…
Price Support
The maintenance of a price at a certain level through governm…
Credit
An arrangement in which a buyer pays later for a purchase, of…
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History Alive Chapter 14
Articles of Confederation
Constitutional Convention
Constitution
Branches of Government
The document that described a new national government for the…
The meeting of delegates in Philadelphia in 1787 that made pl…
The document that describes the government of the United Stat…
Part of government with different kinds of responsibilities a…
Articles of Confederation
The document that described a new national government for the…
Constitutional Convention
The meeting of delegates in Philadelphia in 1787 that made pl…
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Chapter 14 - Art History
emblematic
eschew
essence
evocative
adjective; symbolic; representative
verb; to avoid; to shun; to escape
noun; the quality of a thing that gives it its identity; the…
adjective; having the power to produce a reaction; suggestive
emblematic
adjective; symbolic; representative
eschew
verb; to avoid; to shun; to escape
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World History: Chapter 14 (Pictures)
Gothic architecture
map of the Crusades
three-field system
Thomas Aquinas
Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris
Gothic architecture
Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris
map of the Crusades
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US History Chapter 14
Bessemer Process
Alexander Graham Bell
Thomas Edison
Transcontinental Railroad
A cheap and effective way to manufacture steel.
Invented the telephone
Patented the lightbulb.
Railroad connecting the west and east coasts of the continent…
Bessemer Process
A cheap and effective way to manufacture steel.
Alexander Graham Bell
Invented the telephone
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History Chapter 14, Section 4
What was mannerism?
Why did the Renaissance in Italy decli…
Who was El Greco?
What was mannerism replaced by?
A movement in art that reflected the new environment of Europ…
People became more anxious and uncertain about the future due…
A painter from Crete that elongated and contorted figures, po…
The Baroque period.
What was mannerism?
A movement in art that reflected the new environment of Europ…
Why did the Renaissance in Italy decli…
People became more anxious and uncertain about the future due…
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History chapter 14 sections 1-4
Curia
"Deus Vult"
Inquisition
Gothic
The pope's group of advisors. They acted as a court, develop…
God's will: cry of the crusaders
A court held by the church to suppress heresy
A new style of architecture that evolved throughout medieval…
Curia
The pope's group of advisors. They acted as a court, develop…
"Deus Vult"
God's will: cry of the crusaders
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World History Chapter 14-4
Pope Clement V
City of Avignon, France
Great Schism
John Wycliffe
Moved the papacy from Rome to Avignon, France
City in France where Popes lived for 69 years
A time when there were two Popes because the church was divid…
Englishman who said that Jesus Christ was the head of the Chu…
Pope Clement V
Moved the papacy from Rome to Avignon, France
City of Avignon, France
City in France where Popes lived for 69 years
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U.S. History Chapter 14
Who was Sidney Poitier?
Who was Jonas Salk?
Who was Albert Sabin?
Who was Chuck Berry?
African American actor who expressed resentment for having to…
He developed an injectable polio vaccine.
He developed an oral polio vaccine.
African American singer who recorded hit song in the 50's.
Who was Sidney Poitier?
African American actor who expressed resentment for having to…
Who was Jonas Salk?
He developed an injectable polio vaccine.
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BIOLOGY CHAPTER 14 The History of Life
extinction
fossil
paleontologist
relative dating
the death of all individuals of a species
any preserved evidence of an organism
A scientist who studies fossils
a method used to determine the age of rocks by comparing them…
extinction
the death of all individuals of a species
fossil
any preserved evidence of an organism
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chapter 14 world history
militant
Hugenots
house of bourbon
Henry of Navarre
combative- describes the Calvinism and Catholicism religions.…
French Protestants who followed the teachings of John Calvin…
group of nobles that were Huguenots. Ruled the southern Frenc…
Political leader of the Huguenots and a member of the Bourbon…
militant
combative- describes the Calvinism and Catholicism religions.…
Hugenots
French Protestants who followed the teachings of John Calvin…
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10th U.S. History Chapter 14 Flashcard Terms
"Self-Reliance"
rendezvous
ecological imperialism
Ancient Order of Hibernians
(1841): Ralph Waldo Emerson's popular lecture-essay that refl…
The principal martketplace of the Northwest fur trade, which…
Historians' term for the spoliation (destruction) of Western…
(mid-19th century): Irish semi-secret society that served as…
"Self-Reliance"
(1841): Ralph Waldo Emerson's popular lecture-essay that refl…
rendezvous
The principal martketplace of the Northwest fur trade, which…
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U.S. History Chapter 14
Scientific Management
Assembly Line
Auto-Touring
Installment Plan
A set of principles and practices designed to increase the pe…
Production system created by Henry Ford to make goods faster…
Craze that encouraged Americans to take long sightseeing trip…
A way of purchasing goods in which the consumer pays for good…
Scientific Management
A set of principles and practices designed to increase the pe…
Assembly Line
Production system created by Henry Ford to make goods faster…
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Chapter 14 "A Record of the Earth's History"
Geologic Time
Fossil
Petrification
Mold
All the time that has passed since the earth formed
Trace or remains of an organism preserved in the earth's crust
Replacement of the original parts of a buried organism with m…
Type of fossil that forms when the shape of a plant or an ani…
Geologic Time
All the time that has passed since the earth formed
Fossil
Trace or remains of an organism preserved in the earth's crust
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History chapter 14 section 3
Mark Twain
Conspicuous consumerism
The gilded age
Consumer
A writer who depicted the american society as the gilded age.…
People wanted and bought the many new products on the market…
The American society depicted as gilded, or having a rotten c…
Someone who buys goods
Mark Twain
A writer who depicted the american society as the gilded age.…
Conspicuous consumerism
People wanted and bought the many new products on the market…
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World History Chapter 14-2
Three-field System
Fallow
Guild
Guild Services
Two fields were planted, and one lay fallow for a year
Not planting a field, and letting the field "rest"
An organization of people who did the same work
Gave workers health insurance, funeral expenses, guaranteed q…
Three-field System
Two fields were planted, and one lay fallow for a year
Fallow
Not planting a field, and letting the field "rest"
U.S. History Chapter 14
Vertical Integration
Horizontal Integration
Social Darwinism
Monopoly
a. What is it?? Vertical Integration was a process in which A…
a. What is it? Horizontal Integration is where Carnegie attem…
a. What is it? Social Darwinism is the thought that some indi…
a. What is it? A Monopoly is when a firm buys out all its com…
Vertical Integration
a. What is it?? Vertical Integration was a process in which A…
Horizontal Integration
a. What is it? Horizontal Integration is where Carnegie attem…
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World History Chapter 14-3
William the Conqueror
Henry II
Common Law
Magna Carta
Invaded England with a Norman army, won, and claimed the Engl…
English King who strengthened royal courts by sending royal j…
The complete collection of case rulings over time.
"Great Charter" - was a document that guaranteed basic politi…
William the Conqueror
Invaded England with a Norman army, won, and claimed the Engl…
Henry II
English King who strengthened royal courts by sending royal j…
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(History) Chapter 14 SECTION 4
Annul
Ghetto
Henry 8th
Why did Henry the 8th break from the C…
to cancel
seperate part of the city where minority of the group and for…
wanted to end the Pope control over the English Church
Henry wanted to annul his marriage with Queen Catherine so he…
Annul
to cancel
Ghetto
seperate part of the city where minority of the group and for…
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History chapter 14 section 1
Proletariat
Bolsheviks
Lenin
Rasputin
The workers
Supported a small number of committed revolutionaries willing…
The major leader of the Bolsheviks (Vladimir Ilyich)
A self-described "holy man" he claimed to have magical healin…
Proletariat
The workers
Bolsheviks
Supported a small number of committed revolutionaries willing…
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AMSCO AP US History Chapter 14
border states
Confederate States of America
Jefferson Davis
Alexander H. Stephens
During the Civil War the term for the the states of Delaware,…
In February 1861, representatives of South Carolina, Georgia,…
He served as President of the Confederate States during the C…
He served as vice president of the Confederate States of Amer…
border states
During the Civil War the term for the the states of Delaware,…
Confederate States of America
In February 1861, representatives of South Carolina, Georgia,…
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(History) Chapter 14 SECTION 5
Heliocentric
Hypothesis
Francis Bacon
Nicolaus Copernicus
Based on the belif the sun is the center of the universe
A possible explenation
Stressed the use of expirments and obsevation in seeking Know…
Propsed earth travels around the sun
Heliocentric
Based on the belif the sun is the center of the universe
Hypothesis
A possible explenation
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AMSCO AP US History Chapter 14
border states
Confederate States of America
Jefferson Davis
Alexander H. Stephens
During the Civil War the term for the the states of Delaware,…
In February 1861, representatives of South Carolina, Georgia,…
He served as President of the Confederate States during the C…
He served as vice president of the Confederate States of Amer…
border states
During the Civil War the term for the the states of Delaware,…
Confederate States of America
In February 1861, representatives of South Carolina, Georgia,…
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History Chapter 14 Section 3
novelist who mocked society
novelist whose characters worked hard…
a form of entertainment featuring come…
sensationalist publisher of the 'World'
Mark Twain
Horatio Alger
vaudeville
Joseph Pulitzer
novelist who mocked society
Mark Twain
novelist whose characters worked hard…
Horatio Alger
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Chapter 14 Section 1 - History
"Push" Factor
"Pull" Factor
Know - Nothing Party
Emigrant
A reason or force that causes people to leave their native land
A reason or force that causes people to chose to move to a ne…
Political party in the United States during the 1850s that wa…
Person who leaves a country
"Push" Factor
A reason or force that causes people to leave their native land
"Pull" Factor
A reason or force that causes people to chose to move to a ne…
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Chapter 14 Section 3 - History
Abolition
Frederick Douglass
Sojourner Truth
Underground Railroad
The movement to stop slavery
Abolitionist and journalists who became an influential lectur…
Abolitionist and feminist who spoke against slavery and for t…
A series of escape routes used by slaves escaping the South
Abolition
The movement to stop slavery
Frederick Douglass
Abolitionist and journalists who became an influential lectur…
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AMSCO AP US History Chapter 14
border states
Confederate States of America
Jefferson Davis
Alexander H. Stephens
During the Civil War the term for the the states of Delaware,…
In February 1861, representatives of South Carolina, Georgia,…
He served as President of the Confederate States during the C…
He served as vice president of the Confederate States of Amer…
border states
During the Civil War the term for the the states of Delaware,…
Confederate States of America
In February 1861, representatives of South Carolina, Georgia,…
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Chapter 14 Section 2 - History
Second Great Awakening
Temperance Movement
Shaker
Horace Mann
Renewal of religious faith in the 1790s and early 1800s
Campaign to stop the drinking of alcohol
Member of a Christian sect that practiced communal living and…
Reformer who advocated improving education
Second Great Awakening
Renewal of religious faith in the 1790s and early 1800s
Temperance Movement
Campaign to stop the drinking of alcohol
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History Chapter 14 section 2
Chester Nimitz
General Douglas MacAurther
Bataan Death March
Corregidor
Commander of the U.S. Navy in the Pacific
He was the commander in the Philippines which was attacked a…
Defenders of the Bataan Peninsula surrendered and 78,000 POW…
troops on Bataan Peninsula surrendered but a small force held…
Chester Nimitz
Commander of the U.S. Navy in the Pacific
General Douglas MacAurther
He was the commander in the Philippines which was attacked a…
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History Alive The Constitution Chapter 14
Articles of Confederation
Constitutional Convention
Constitution
Branches of government
A weak constitution that governed America during the Revoluti…
1787 meeting at which the U.S. Constitution was created.
A document that describes a country's plan of government.
Legislative, Executive, Judicial (3 branches)
Articles of Confederation
A weak constitution that governed America during the Revoluti…
Constitutional Convention
1787 meeting at which the U.S. Constitution was created.
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Chapter 14 - The History of Life
fossil
paleontologist
relative dating
law of superposition
any preserved evidence of an organism
scientist who studies fossils
method used to determine age of rocks by comparing them with…
relative dating is based off of this; states that younger lay…
fossil
any preserved evidence of an organism
paleontologist
scientist who studies fossils
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American history II - chapter 14
Bessemer process
Thomas Alva Edison
Alexander Graham Bell
Transcontinental railroad
A way to manufacture steel quickly and cheaply by blasting ho…
A pioneer on the new industrial frontier. He established the…
Invented telephone in 1876. Worked with and on behalf of hear…
Completed in 1869 at Promontory, Utah, it linked the eastern…
Bessemer process
A way to manufacture steel quickly and cheaply by blasting ho…
Thomas Alva Edison
A pioneer on the new industrial frontier. He established the…
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World History - Chapter 14
unlimited and unrestrained
1. increasing their control over their…
God
England
two things that absolute power is
the ways that rulers tried to increase royal authority
the individual which rulers claimed established their authori…
the country's assembly which was able to restrain royal control
unlimited and unrestrained
two things that absolute power is
1. increasing their control over their…
the ways that rulers tried to increase royal authority
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history chapter 14 section 1
Mobilize
Propaganda
Ultimatum
Neutrality
prepare one's military forces for war
spreading of ideas to promote a cause or damage an opposing c…
Is a final set of demands
is the policy of supporting neither side in a war
Mobilize
prepare one's military forces for war
Propaganda
spreading of ideas to promote a cause or damage an opposing c…
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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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History Chapter 14 section 1
"push" factors
"Pull" factors
Know-Nothing Party
Emigrant
A reason to force that causes people to leave their native land
Reason force that causes people to choose to move to a new pl…
A political party in the United States during the 1850s that…
Person who leaves a country
"push" factors
A reason to force that causes people to leave their native land
"Pull" factors
Reason force that causes people to choose to move to a new pl…
29 terms
World History Chapter 14
absolute power
divine right
Intendent
Seven Year's War
unlimited and unrestrained power
God-established authority
officials directly responsible to the king
Treaty of Paris
absolute power
unlimited and unrestrained power
divine right
God-established authority
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