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World History - Chapter 16 Vocabulary
heliocentric
geocentric
telescope
gravity
sun is the center of the universe
Earth is the center of the universe
optical instrument for making distant objects appear nearer a…
force that pulls objects toward Earth and draws planets into…
heliocentric
sun is the center of the universe
geocentric
Earth is the center of the universe
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Chapter 16-History
Asoka
Shih Huang Ti
Genghis Khan
Prince Shotoku
greatest ruler of the Maurya Empire that extended his dominio…
the Chinese emperor who started the Ch'in dynasty and built t…
the Mongol emperor who ruled the largest empire in history
the "founder of Japanese civilization" whose greatest accompl…
Asoka
greatest ruler of the Maurya Empire that extended his dominio…
Shih Huang Ti
the Chinese emperor who started the Ch'in dynasty and built t…
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US History Chapter 16
Border States
Gettysburg Address
Total War
Habeas Corpus
slaves states loyal to the Union/ North
speech for maintaining the union of the country
destroying all resources of the enemy
Constitutional protection of unlawful imprisonment
Border States
slaves states loyal to the Union/ North
Gettysburg Address
speech for maintaining the union of the country
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History Chapter 16
Education Improvement Act
Partisan
Nikki Haley
Spoleto USA Festival
A 1984 law that increased sales tax by one cent to help fund…
Strong loyalty to a person, group, or political party.
the name of the second Indian American to be elected governor…
A festival in Charleston celebrating the visual arts - dance,…
Education Improvement Act
A 1984 law that increased sales tax by one cent to help fund…
Partisan
Strong loyalty to a person, group, or political party.
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Eliseo - History Chapter 16
gravity
observations
Scientific Method
universe
external force pulling objects down
watching and examining... information gathered through our sense…
a series of steps to solve a question to prove or disprove a…
applies to everything ... All of space and everything in it
gravity
external force pulling objects down
observations
watching and examining... information gathered through our sense…
World History: Chapter 16 Vocabulary
Potlatch
Anasazi
Pueblos
Mississippian
A Native American ceremonial feast used to display rank and p…
An early Native American people that lived in the American So…
Villages of large apartment-like buildings made of clay and s…
Mound builder culture that flourished in North America
Potlatch
A Native American ceremonial feast used to display rank and p…
Anasazi
An early Native American people that lived in the American So…
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History 7: Chapter 16
Asoka
T'sai Lun
Pi Sheng
Shih Huang Ti
The greatest ruler of the Maurya Empire that extend his domin…
the Chinese inventor of paper
developed the first movable type
the Chinese emperor who started the Ch'in dynasty and built t…
Asoka
The greatest ruler of the Maurya Empire that extend his domin…
T'sai Lun
the Chinese inventor of paper
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chapter 16 - american history
New Deal
hundred days
public works program
Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC)
Term used to describe President Franklin Roosevelt's relief,…
period at the start of Franklin Roosevelt's presidency in 193…
Government-funded projects to build public facilities
established by congress in 1933, this program put more than 2…
New Deal
Term used to describe President Franklin Roosevelt's relief,…
hundred days
period at the start of Franklin Roosevelt's presidency in 193…
World History - Chapter 16
Natural Philosophers
Scientific Method
Scientific Discovery
Corpernicus
Relied on religious teachings and works of Greek/Roman thinke…
Use of instruments, math and experiments to test theories
Calculus, bacteria, elements of oxygen, microscope, chemistry…
Developed theory that the sun is the center of the universe
Natural Philosophers
Relied on religious teachings and works of Greek/Roman thinke…
Scientific Method
Use of instruments, math and experiments to test theories
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History- Chapter 16 GL
Fort Sumter
Robert E Lee
border state
King Cotton
Federal fort in Charleston, South Carolina. April 12, 1861 Co…
Talented military leader- resigned from the US Army and joine…
Delaware, Maryland, Kentucky and Missouri. Slave states that…
The South depended on cotton to win foreign support- the Sout…
Fort Sumter
Federal fort in Charleston, South Carolina. April 12, 1861 Co…
Robert E Lee
Talented military leader- resigned from the US Army and joine…
World History Chapter 16
Catherine the Great
Peter the Great
Frederick II (the Great)
Oliver Cromwell
Had her husband murdered so that she could come to power in R…
Went to Europe and got a job to learn modern ways so that he…
Leader of Prussia
leader of a new government "Commonwealth" after English Civ…
Catherine the Great
Had her husband murdered so that she could come to power in R…
Peter the Great
Went to Europe and got a job to learn modern ways so that he…
World History Chapter 16 people
Catherine the Great
Peter the Great
Frederick II (the Great)
Oliver Cromwell
Had her husband murdered so that she could come to power in R…
Went to Europe and got a job to learn modern ways so that he…
Leader of Prussia
leader of a new government "Commonwealth" after English Civ…
Catherine the Great
Had her husband murdered so that she could come to power in R…
Peter the Great
Went to Europe and got a job to learn modern ways so that he…
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U.S. History Chapter 16 Vocab
Closed Shop
Right to Work
Union Shop
Dynamic Conservatism
A working establishment where only people belonging to the un…
Refers to statutes that prohibit unions from making union mem…
a provision found in some collective bargaining agreements re…
President Eisenhower's philosophy of government. He called it…
Closed Shop
A working establishment where only people belonging to the un…
Right to Work
Refers to statutes that prohibit unions from making union mem…
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Chapter 16 History Vocab
fugitive
seceding
civil war
arsenal
person who runs away from the law
to leave
fighting between citizens of the same country
a place to store weapons
fugitive
person who runs away from the law
seceding
to leave
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World History Chapter 16
commune
permanent revolution
one-child policy
outsourcing
in China during the 1950s, a group of collective farms each o…
an atmosphere of constant revolutionary fervor favored by Mao…
a policy in China that awards families with only one child ed…
a practice where companies send certain jobs, such as data en…
commune
in China during the 1950s, a group of collective farms each o…
permanent revolution
an atmosphere of constant revolutionary fervor favored by Mao…
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History - Chapter 16
Edwin Stanton
Reconstruction
Tenure of Office Act
Ku Klux Klan (KKK)
the secretary of war who was hired by Lincoln and fired by An…
the period of the war from the end of the Civil War to 1877
an act passed by the Radicals that made it illegal to remove…
a secret organization formed by Confederate soldiers whose go…
Edwin Stanton
the secretary of war who was hired by Lincoln and fired by An…
Reconstruction
the period of the war from the end of the Civil War to 1877
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AMSCO AP US History Chapter 16
nation's first big business
Cornelius Vanderbilt
Eastern Trunk Lines
transcontinental railroads
Railroads created a nationwide market for goods. This encoura…
He merged local railroads into the New York Entral Railroad,…
In the early days of the railroads, from 1830s to the 1860s,…
During the Civil War, Congress authorized land grants and loa…
nation's first big business
Railroads created a nationwide market for goods. This encoura…
Cornelius Vanderbilt
He merged local railroads into the New York Entral Railroad,…
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Chapter 16 Vocabulary HISTORY
Bedouin
Monotheism
Islam
Muhammad
An Arabic speaking, traditionally nomadic people of South Wes…
Belief in one God
A monotheistic religion, based on the teachings of Muhammad a…
The founder and major prophet of Islam
Bedouin
An Arabic speaking, traditionally nomadic people of South Wes…
Monotheism
Belief in one God
History Chapter 16
Abraham Lincoln
Jefferson Davis
Breckinridge
General McClellan
His main goal as President was to preserve the Union.
He was the Confederate President
The Southern Democrats nominated him for president, but he lo…
He made two unsuccessful attempts to capture richmond.
Abraham Lincoln
His main goal as President was to preserve the Union.
Jefferson Davis
He was the Confederate President
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History Chapter 16
Who is Jefferson Davis? Why is he sign…
Who is Abraham Lincoln? Why is he sign…
Describe the "Gettysburg Address" and…
Explain the "Emancipation Proclamation…
Confederate President
President of the U.S., 1861-1865
Lincoln's speech after the "Battle of Gettysburg". He made th…
Issued on 1/1/1863; ends slavery in rebelling states/areas of…
Who is Jefferson Davis? Why is he sign…
Confederate President
Who is Abraham Lincoln? Why is he sign…
President of the U.S., 1861-1865
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History of our Country Chapter 16
dictator
concentration camps
Holocaust
internment camps
A ruler who has complete power over a country
large prison camps
A great or complete destruction of life
Confinement or a restriction in moving, especially under wart…
dictator
A ruler who has complete power over a country
concentration camps
large prison camps
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AMSCO AP US History Chapter 16
nation's first big business
Cornelius Vanderbilt
Eastern Trunk Lines
transcontinental railroads
Railroads created a nationwide market for goods. This encoura…
He merged local railroads into the New York Entral Railroad,…
In the early days of the railroads, from 1830s to the 1860s,…
During the Civil War, Congress authorized land grants and loa…
nation's first big business
Railroads created a nationwide market for goods. This encoura…
Cornelius Vanderbilt
He merged local railroads into the New York Entral Railroad,…
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U. S. History Chapter 16: The Civil War
Fort Sumter-battle where the first sho…
border states-States highlighted in red
Windfield Scott
cotton diplomacy-the diplomatic method…
Union general who was replaced by George B. McClellan
Fort Sumter-battle where the first sho…
border states-States highlighted in red
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History Chapter 16
rift valley
equatorial
Sahel
savanna
a long, steep-sided valley lying between two parallel faults
near the equator
a narrow belt of semiarid grassland extending across the Afri…
a broad grassy plain covering more than one-third of the Afri…
rift valley
a long, steep-sided valley lying between two parallel faults
equatorial
near the equator
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BJU History Chapter 16
Immigration
robber barrons
Cornelius Vanderbilt
Andrew Carnegie
led to increase in American work force
business men who were known as the captains of industry but w…
he began ferrying or shipping products gaining an inflated ti…
worked as superintendent of the Pittsburgh division of the Pe…
Immigration
led to increase in American work force
robber barrons
business men who were known as the captains of industry but w…
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World History Chapter 16
Isaac Newton
Albrecht Durer
Nicolaus Copernicus
Johannes Kepler
Father of Modern Science and greatest scientist
developed art of woodcutting and best known for Praying Hands
Polish astronomer who proposed the heliocentric view of the u…
German Lutheran astronomer who discovered the three laws of p…
Isaac Newton
Father of Modern Science and greatest scientist
Albrecht Durer
developed art of woodcutting and best known for Praying Hands
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World History- Chapter 16, Exploration and Expansion
caravel
Henry the Navigator
Vasco da Gama
Christopher Columbus
a light, fast sailing ship with a rudder and lateen (long, tr…
son of King John I of Portugal, patron and supporter of explo…
Portuguese explorer who traveled to Calicut, India in 1497
Italian sailor who traveled west to reach China but discovere…
caravel
a light, fast sailing ship with a rudder and lateen (long, tr…
Henry the Navigator
son of King John I of Portugal, patron and supporter of explo…
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World History- Chapter 16, Exploration and Expansion
caravel
Henry the Navigator
Vasco da Gama
Christopher Columbus
a light, fast sailing ship with a rudder and lateen (long, tr…
son of King John I of Portugal, patron and supporter of explo…
Portuguese explorer who traveled to Calicut, India in 1497
Italian sailor who traveled west to reach China but discovere…
caravel
a light, fast sailing ship with a rudder and lateen (long, tr…
Henry the Navigator
son of King John I of Portugal, patron and supporter of explo…
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World History Chapter 16
Phillip II
Armada
Louis XIV
Guy Fawkes
Ruler of the Spanish Empire. He expanded Spanish influence, s…
A fleet of ships. Usually prepared by Phillip II.
Known as the "Sun God". He was the Monarch of "The House of B…
A Spanish rebel. He schemed the Gunpowder Plot which ended up…
Phillip II
Ruler of the Spanish Empire. He expanded Spanish influence, s…
Armada
A fleet of ships. Usually prepared by Phillip II.
History Chapter 16 PPT
Robber Barons
Cornelius Vanderbilt
Andrew Carnegie
Vertical Integration
Negative term used to describe large businessmen of the late…
A railroad owner who built a railway connecting Chicago and N…
A Scottish-born American industrialist and philanthropist who…
Practice where a single entity controls the entire process of…
Robber Barons
Negative term used to describe large businessmen of the late…
Cornelius Vanderbilt
A railroad owner who built a railway connecting Chicago and N…
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US History Chapter 16
Harry Hammond
Tenant Farmers
Sharecroppers
Cash crops
Former rich southern planter who returned home to nothing.
rented land and used it for farming
share the land, tool and seed in return for a portion of the…
Crops that brought the most money like cotton and tobacco.
Harry Hammond
Former rich southern planter who returned home to nothing.
Tenant Farmers
rented land and used it for farming
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Chapter 16 Notes HISTORY
lincoln's inaugural adress
Confederacy
Fort Sumter in SC
North
in his inaugural address Lincoln promised the South that he w…
they were seizing federal property such as mints arsenals and…
very important, controlled the entrance to Charelston Harbor.…
the attack on fort sumter stirred feelings of Nationalism in…
lincoln's inaugural adress
in his inaugural address Lincoln promised the South that he w…
Confederacy
they were seizing federal property such as mints arsenals and…
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History 4 Chapter 16
William Seward
James Cook
Theodore Roosevelt
George Dewey
Who purchased "Seward's Icebox"?
Who discovered the Hawaiian Islands?
Who fought in the Spanish-American War and later became Presi…
Who destroyed a fleet in the Philippine Islands during the Sp…
William Seward
Who purchased "Seward's Icebox"?
James Cook
Who discovered the Hawaiian Islands?
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Chapter 16 History - Perry
Blitzkrieg
Hideki Tojo
Denmark, Norway
Wilkie
German tactic "lightning war"
Japanese military leader who invaded China
Germany invaded these COUNTRIES in 1940 to end the "phony war"
Roosevelt won a third term as President when he defeated him
Blitzkrieg
German tactic "lightning war"
Hideki Tojo
Japanese military leader who invaded China
AP US History Chapter 16 Key People
William Seward
Emmeline Wells
John Wesley Powell
Chief Joseph
Secretary of state from 1861 to 1869 under Lincoln and Johnso…
Women's right advocate. Served as president of Mormon church.
Explorer and geologist who warned that traditional agricultur…
Leader of the Nez Perce nation who tried to help them escape…
William Seward
Secretary of state from 1861 to 1869 under Lincoln and Johnso…
Emmeline Wells
Women's right advocate. Served as president of Mormon church.
8 History Chapter 16 Vocab
lawsuit
arsenal
civil war
treason
A legal case brought to settle a conflict between two people…
A place where guns are stored is an ___________
A war between two groups of people living in the same country…
To act against your own country, for example to spy for the e…
lawsuit
A legal case brought to settle a conflict between two people…
arsenal
A place where guns are stored is an ___________
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History Chapter 16
Origins of Progressivism
Four Goals of Reformers
Economic Reforms
Fostering Efficiency
-Working conditions, womens and childrens rights, environment…
-protect social welfare ... -promote moral improvement ... -create…
-Panic of 1893 put capitalism on trial ... -began to fav sociali…
-scientific principles could make society better... -Fredrick W.…
Origins of Progressivism
-Working conditions, womens and childrens rights, environment…
Four Goals of Reformers
-protect social welfare ... -promote moral improvement ... -create…
Isabelle Chapter 16 History
Tthe country that won the Spanish Amer…
During the Spanish-American War Admira…
The country that sold Alaska to the Un…
The first country to try to build the…
The United States
The Philippine Island
Russia
France
Tthe country that won the Spanish Amer…
The United States
During the Spanish-American War Admira…
The Philippine Island
American History- Chapter 16
New Deal
Hundred Days
Public works program
Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC)
Term used to describe President Franklin Roosevelt's relief,…
Period at the start of Franklin Roosevelt's presidency in 193…
Government-funded projects to build public facilities
Established by congress in 1933, this program put more than 2…
New Deal
Term used to describe President Franklin Roosevelt's relief,…
Hundred Days
Period at the start of Franklin Roosevelt's presidency in 193…
Oklahoma History Chapter 16
Dawes Act of 1887
Curtis Act of 1898
Allotment process
Crazy Snake Rebellion
Allowed The Five Tribes to remain independent nations.
Established the process of dividing tribal land and abolishin…
Process in which tribal land was divided and given away
Protest against rebellions fought by Creek Indian Chitto Harjo.
Dawes Act of 1887
Allowed The Five Tribes to remain independent nations.
Curtis Act of 1898
Established the process of dividing tribal land and abolishin…
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American History-Chapter 16
Stalin
Genocide
Blitzkrieg
Spain
Transformed the Soviet Union from a rural nation into an indu…
extermination of a specific group of people
German military strategy depending of the element of surprise…
Francisco Franco
Stalin
Transformed the Soviet Union from a rural nation into an indu…
Genocide
extermination of a specific group of people
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American History Chapter 16
Joseph Stalin
Totlistarism
Benito Mussolini
Adolf Hilter
...
...
...
...
Joseph Stalin
...
Totlistarism
...
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World History chapter 16
The Renaissance
humanism
individualism
sonnets
What was the cultural movement during the Late Middle Ages, w…
A Renaissance intellectual movement in which thinkers studied…
A belief in an emphasis on the dignity and worth of the indiv…
Poems of fourteen lines using any of a number of formal rhyme…
The Renaissance
What was the cultural movement during the Late Middle Ages, w…
humanism
A Renaissance intellectual movement in which thinkers studied…
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Texas History chapter 16
Chapter 16
offensive
Zachary Taylor
Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna
The Mexican War
...
...
...
Chapter 16
The Mexican War
offensive
...
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U.S. History Chapter 16
Booker T. Washington
Tuskegee Institute
W.E.B. DuBois
Niagara Movement
African American who believed that racism would end once blac…
College aimed to equip African Americans with teaching diplom…
African American who insisted that blacks seek a liberal arts…
Founded by DuBois in 1905. Educated African American leaders.
Booker T. Washington
African American who believed that racism would end once blac…
Tuskegee Institute
College aimed to equip African Americans with teaching diplom…
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US History: Chapter 16
Sussex Pledge
Franz Ferdinand
Zimmerman telegram
Triple Alliance
Met the foreign policy goals of Germany and President Wilson…
Archduke of Austria-Hungary, whose assassination by the Serbi…
Telegram intercepted by England. It was sent by Germany to Me…
Alliance between Germany, Italy, and Austria-Hungary.
Sussex Pledge
Met the foreign policy goals of Germany and President Wilson…
Franz Ferdinand
Archduke of Austria-Hungary, whose assassination by the Serbi…
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History Chapter 16
philosophers publishing new ideas (Enl…
social inequality, political inefficie…
the feudal class divisions of estates
Kings Louis XV and XVI
the reasons the French have to be discontent
the three main problems that France faced
the way that the French were dealing with social inequality
the political inefficient rulers of France during this time p…
philosophers publishing new ideas (Enl…
the reasons the French have to be discontent
social inequality, political inefficie…
the three main problems that France faced
Glencoe World History Chapter 16
queue
banner
commercial capitalism
clan
the braided pigtail worn by Chinese males
in Qing China, a separate military unit made up of Manchus; t…
economic system in which people invest in trade or goods to m…
a group of related families
queue
the braided pigtail worn by Chinese males
banner
in Qing China, a separate military unit made up of Manchus; t…
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World History Chapter 16 Vocabulary
Henry the Navigator
Vasco da Gama
Christopher Columbus
Jacques Cartier
1394-1460 - Prince of Portugal and patron of exploration; he…
1469-1524 - Portuguese navigator who from 1497-1499, became t…
1451-1506 - Italian explorer who sailed for Spain. He reached…
French who in 1534 sought the Northwest Passage by sailing fr…
Henry the Navigator
1394-1460 - Prince of Portugal and patron of exploration; he…
Vasco da Gama
1469-1524 - Portuguese navigator who from 1497-1499, became t…
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Chapter 16 World History
Nonaggression Pact
Blitzkrieg
Charles de Gaulle
Winston Churchill
Agreement between Germany and Russia not to fight each other
"Lighting war"
French general and statesman who became very popular during W…
A noted British statesman who led Britain throughout most of…
Nonaggression Pact
Agreement between Germany and Russia not to fight each other
Blitzkrieg
"Lighting war"
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