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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
William Lloyd Garrison
Frederick Douglass
Abolitionist
Harriet Tubman
published abolitionist newspaper
former slave who spoke for abolition
someone who wants to do away with slavery
conductor on the Underground Railroad
William Lloyd Garrison
published abolitionist newspaper
Frederick Douglass
former slave who spoke for abolition
History Vocab Chapter 14
reparations
collective security
mandate
Treaty of Versailles
payments for war damage
a system in which a group of nations acts to preserve the pea…
territories administered by Western Powers. These territories…
Ended the state of war between Germany and the Allied Powers
reparations
payments for war damage
collective security
a system in which a group of nations acts to preserve the pea…
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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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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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Chapter 14-US History
communism
Red Scare
isolationism
disarmament
Official ideology of the Soviet Union, characterized there by…
Intense fear of communism and other politically radical ideas
policy of avoiding political of economic alliances with forei…
Program in which nations of the world voluntarily give up the…
communism
Official ideology of the Soviet Union, characterized there by…
Red Scare
Intense fear of communism and other politically radical ideas
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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 U.S. History
Totalitarianism
anti-Semitic
Spanish Civil War
Il Duce
A form of government in which power resides in a leader who r…
Prejudice and discrimination against Jewish people
In 1936 a rebellion erupted in Spain. General Francisco Franc…
"the leader," Mussolini's nickname
Totalitarianism
A form of government in which power resides in a leader who r…
anti-Semitic
Prejudice and discrimination against Jewish people
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…
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
multinational corporation
megacity
favela
magic realism
a company with divisions in more than two countries (p. 651)
cities with rapidly increasing populations, having trouble ke…
squatter settlements lacking basic urban services (p. 654)
a form of expression unique to Latin American literature; it…
multinational corporation
a company with divisions in more than two countries (p. 651)
megacity
cities with rapidly increasing populations, having trouble ke…
World History - Chapter 14
Holy Land
Crusades
Children's Crusades
Results of Crusades
Also called Palestine; Crusades were fought over the area
Military expedition ordered by the pope
Youth who tried to regain the holy land; many kids were sold…
Changes in weapons; fewer lords; End of Feudalism; Exchange o…
Holy Land
Also called Palestine; Crusades were fought over the area
Crusades
Military expedition ordered by the pope
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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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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 (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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World History Chapter 14
A Mighty Fortress
Frederick the Wise
Johann Tetzel
Martin Luther
famous hymn written by Martin Luther
This German prince gave Luther protection
traveled throughout Germany raising money for the church by s…
did not believe the pope is infallible
A Mighty Fortress
famous hymn written by Martin Luther
Frederick the Wise
This German prince gave Luther protection
World History Chapter 14
Dark Age
Convent
simony
Constantinople
The name given to the time period in Western Europe between 5…
A monastery for women
The selling of church offices
Capital of the Byzantine Empire
Dark Age
The name given to the time period in Western Europe between 5…
Convent
A monastery for women
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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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History Chapter 14
Articles of Confederation
Constitutional Convention
Constitution
branches
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…
parts of government with different kinds of responsibilities…
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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History Chapter 14 Vocabulary
John Deere
Cyrus McCormick
reaper
Eli Whitney
invented self-sharpening steel plow
invented the reaper
machine for cutting or harvesting grain
invented the cotton gin
John Deere
invented self-sharpening steel plow
Cyrus McCormick
invented the reaper
History-Chapter 14
Loess
Dike
Pictograph
Oracle bones
A dustlike material that can form soil.
Wall to hold back water
A picture that represents a word or idea
Animal bone or shell carved with written characters that were…
Loess
A dustlike material that can form soil.
Dike
Wall to hold back water
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History chapter 14
Simony
Lay investiture
Curia
Tithe
The selling or buying of a position in a Christian church
The appointment of religious officials by kings or nobles
One of the political subdivisions of each of the three tribes…
The family's payment of one-tenth of its income to a church
Simony
The selling or buying of a position in a Christian church
Lay investiture
The appointment of religious officials by kings or nobles
history chapter 14
economy
computers, lasers, medical wonders
baby boom
suburbs
system of productions and distributing goods
The prosperity of United States
the birthrate soared during this time
the outskirts of the city
economy
system of productions and distributing goods
computers, lasers, medical wonders
The prosperity of United States
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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 Alive Chapter 14
Jacksonian Democracy
Civil Servant
Spoils System
Tariff
A policy of spreading more political power to more people. It…
A person who works for the government
A system of public employment based on rewarding party loyali…
Tax levied on imports to help protect the nation's industries…
Jacksonian Democracy
A policy of spreading more political power to more people. It…
Civil Servant
A person who works for the government
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World History Chapter 14
Patron
humanism
perspective
Renaissance
Financial support of writers and artists by cities, groups, a…
A Renaissance intellectual movement in which thinkers studied…
An artistic technique that creates the appearance of three di…
1. A rebirth; a renewal
Patron
Financial support of writers and artists by cities, groups, a…
humanism
A Renaissance intellectual movement in which thinkers studied…
Chapter 14 Vocab History
Allies
Central powers
Mandates
Reparations
The alliance of France Britain and russia
The alliance of Germany and austria-Hungary
Territories which were to be modernized until they could stan…
Payments imposed by the allies on germany which totaled $30 b…
Allies
The alliance of France Britain and russia
Central powers
The alliance of Germany and austria-Hungary
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History Chapter 14
pioneers
prairies
the Appalachian Mountains
settle in the West
the first people to enter an area unknown to them
rolling plains covered with tall, thick grass and few or no t…
What prevented the pioneers from moving West?
The discovery of the Cumberland Gap allowed pioneers to do wh…
pioneers
the first people to enter an area unknown to them
prairies
rolling plains covered with tall, thick grass and few or no t…
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History of our Country Chapter 14
cavalry
Progressives
Allies
Central Powers
soldiers on horseback
reformers who worked to stop unfair practices by businesses a…
A nation that joins another nation in some common effort, suc…
Germany, Austria-Hungary
cavalry
soldiers on horseback
Progressives
reformers who worked to stop unfair practices by businesses a…
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History Chapter 14
desert
erosion
arid
caravan
a very dry region that receives less than 10 inches of rain p…
the gradual wearing away of land by wind, glaciers, running w…
receiving little rainfall; dry
a group of travelers, merchants, or pilgrims traveling togeth…
desert
a very dry region that receives less than 10 inches of rain p…
erosion
the gradual wearing away of land by wind, glaciers, running w…
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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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World History Chapter 14
William Tyndale
Desiderius Erasmus
indulgences
Ninety-five Theses
translated the first printed English New Testamend form the o…
greatest scholar of the Northern Renaissance
papal certificates that excused a person from doing penance a…
Luther posted on the church in Wittenberg on 10/31/1517
William Tyndale
translated the first printed English New Testamend form the o…
Desiderius Erasmus
greatest scholar of the Northern Renaissance
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 Vocabulary
soybeans
reservations
transcontinental
stampede
most profitable crop grown by farmers
land set aside for the Indians by the US
traveling the continent from coast to coast
a surge of people or animals
soybeans
most profitable crop grown by farmers
reservations
land set aside for the Indians by the US
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History Chapter 14
Manhattan project
Bataan Death March
Fascism
Guadacanal
A research and development project that produced the first at…
This was a march overseen by Japanese military officials duri…
A poitical movement that promotes an extreme form of national…
americas first land offensive in the pacific. land, air, sea…
Manhattan project
A research and development project that produced the first at…
Bataan Death March
This was a march overseen by Japanese military officials duri…
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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"
Chapter 14 History
Cotton Gin
Cotton Belt
Eli Whitney
Factors
Device invented by Eli Whitney in 1793 to seperate cotton pla…
Region stretching from Georgia to east Texas where most US co…
Invented the cotton gin.... Helped a lot of people by inventin…
Crop brokers who managed the trade between southern planters…
Cotton Gin
Device invented by Eli Whitney in 1793 to seperate cotton pla…
Cotton Belt
Region stretching from Georgia to east Texas where most US co…
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US History Chapter 14
government agency responsible for mana…
attack by U.S. army troops in 1864 in…
The Battle of Little Bighorn in 1876 w…
US army's killing of 300 SIOUX Indians…
Bureau of Indian Affairs
Sand Creek Massacre
George Armstrong Custer
Massacre at Wounded Knee
government agency responsible for mana…
Bureau of Indian Affairs
attack by U.S. army troops in 1864 in…
Sand Creek Massacre
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World History Chapter 14
This individual created the printing p…
This type of government is run by chur…
This Renaissance man was a scientist,…
Those who follow this religious princi…
Who is Johann Gutenberg?
What is a theocracy?
Who is Leonardo da Vinci?
What is predestination?
This individual created the printing p…
Who is Johann Gutenberg?
This type of government is run by chur…
What is a theocracy?
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Chapter 14 History Test
Davey Crockett
Sam Houston
Henry Clay
Daniel Webster
~Died at the Alamo... ~King of the Wild Frontier
~General and President of Texas
~Great Compromiser... ~Compromise of 1820 (Missouri Compromise)…
~Senator from Massachusetts... ~Responsible for passing the comp…
Davey Crockett
~Died at the Alamo... ~King of the Wild Frontier
Sam Houston
~General and President of Texas
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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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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 7 (Chapter 14)
Hapsburgs
Holland
Pepin the Short
Margrete
What family ruled the Holy Roman Empire for almost 300 years
What is another name for The Netherlands
Who overthrew the last Merovingian and became the official ki…
Which ruler of Denmark also ruled the largest kingdom in Euro…
Hapsburgs
What family ruled the Holy Roman Empire for almost 300 years
Holland
What is another name for The Netherlands
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BJU World History Chapter 14
Absolute
Divine Right
Bourbon Henry IV
Louis XIII
Unlimited and unrestrained.
This right, they said, gave them absolute authority: they wer…
The man who helped lay the foundation for absolutism in France.
Came to the French throne at nine years old but his mother, M…
Absolute
Unlimited and unrestrained.
Divine Right
This right, they said, gave them absolute authority: they wer…
History Chapter 14
Loess
Dike
Pictograph
Oracle bones
A dustlike material that can form soil.
Wall to hold back water
A picture that represents a word or idea
Animal bone or shell carved with written characters that were…
Loess
A dustlike material that can form soil.
Dike
Wall to hold back water
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Georgia History Chapter 14
Yazoo land fraud,
lottery,
cotton gin,
subsistence,
the sale of western land to four land companies after the mem…
a plan to award something, such as land,on the basis of chance
a device, invented by Eli Whitney, to remove the seeds from t…
describes farming where the farmer is able... to produce just en…
Yazoo land fraud,
the sale of western land to four land companies after the mem…
lottery,
a plan to award something, such as land,on the basis of chance
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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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Chapter 14 History Vocab
Popular Sovereignty
Secede
Fugitive
Henry Clay
A belief that ultimate power resides in the people.
To leave or withdraw.
fleeting or transitory; lasting only a short time; roving(wan…
Distinguished senator from Kentucky, who ran for president fi…
Popular Sovereignty
A belief that ultimate power resides in the people.
Secede
To leave or withdraw.
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History Chapter 14
States Rights
Anaconda plan
Stonewall Jackson
First battle of Manassas
the central issue that sparked the Civil War
Winfield Scott's plan to win the civil war
the general who played a critical support role in all the fol…
the event that made the North realize the Civil War would not…
States Rights
the central issue that sparked the Civil War
Anaconda plan
Winfield Scott's plan to win the civil war
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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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