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PFC Pageant History
Which Roman Emperor was the city of Co…
Which U.S. President served for more t…
Who was the first female ruler of Egypt?
Who was the 3rd President of the Unite…
Constantine.
Roosevelt
Hatsheput
Thomas Jefferson
Which Roman Emperor was the city of Co…
Constantine.
Which U.S. President served for more t…
Roosevelt
AP History Chapter 1 American Pageant
Canadian Shield
Incas
Aztecs
Nation-States
The Canadian Shield, is a large area of exposed Precambrian i…
the Incan Empire, was the largest empire in pre-Columbian Ame…
The Aztec people were certain ethnic groups of central Mexico…
a sovereign state whose citizens or subjects are relatively h…
Canadian Shield
The Canadian Shield, is a large area of exposed Precambrian i…
Incas
the Incan Empire, was the largest empire in pre-Columbian Ame…
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AP US History:American Pageant Chapter 11
Thomas Jefferson
William Marbury
Napoleon Bonaparte
Zebulon Pike
made the Louisiana Purchase, Lewis and Clark were sent to exp…
President Adams named him a justice of the peace for the Dist…
French Leader from 1799 to 1815. Was ambitious: wanted to dom…
A pioneer who explored the Louisiana territory between 1805 -…
Thomas Jefferson
made the Louisiana Purchase, Lewis and Clark were sent to exp…
William Marbury
President Adams named him a justice of the peace for the Dist…
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AP US History: American Pageant Chapter 6
George Washington
Samuel de Champlain
Robert de La Salle
William Pitt
Virginian general. He fought in the French and Indian War, an…
He was a French explorer who sailed to the West Indies, Mexic…
He was responsible for naming Louisiana. He was the first Eur…
English statesman who brought the Seven Years' War to an end…
George Washington
Virginian general. He fought in the French and Indian War, an…
Samuel de Champlain
He was a French explorer who sailed to the West Indies, Mexic…
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AP US History: American Pageant Chapter 1
Corn or Maize
Portugal
Horse
Treaty of Tordesillas
Staple crop that formed the economic foundation of Indian civ…
First European nation to send explorers around the west coast…
Animal introduced by Europeans that changed Indian way of lif…
Treaty that secured Spanish title to lands in Americas by div…
Corn or Maize
Staple crop that formed the economic foundation of Indian civ…
Portugal
First European nation to send explorers around the west coast…
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AP US History "The American Pageant"- Chapter 12
William Henry Harrison
Francis Scott Key
Andrew Jackson
Washington Irving
Govenor of the Indiana territory, that fought against Tecumse…
United States lawyer and poet who wrote a poem after witnessi…
The seventh President of the United States (1829-1837), who a…
Author, diplomat, wrote The Sketch Book, which included "Rip…
William Henry Harrison
Govenor of the Indiana territory, that fought against Tecumse…
Francis Scott Key
United States lawyer and poet who wrote a poem after witnessi…
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AP US History: American Pageant Ch 16
"Peculiar Institution"
"clay-eaters"
Frederick Douglass
William T. Johnson
Southern Euphemism for Slavery
poor slaveless Southern whites who were reduced to eating cla…
Self-Educated Slave; Escaped in 1838; Became best-known Aboli…
Mulatto free slave who owned slaves himself; known as the "Ba…
"Peculiar Institution"
Southern Euphemism for Slavery
"clay-eaters"
poor slaveless Southern whites who were reduced to eating cla…
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Ch 7 AP US History: American Pageant
John Hancock
Lord North
Gaspee incident
George Grenville
President of the Continental Congress; first to sign the decl…
British Prime Minister during revolution. He had passed the C…
The burning of the British naval cutter, the Gaspée by the ci…
British Prime Minister that believed in strict enforcement of…
John Hancock
President of the Continental Congress; first to sign the decl…
Lord North
British Prime Minister during revolution. He had passed the C…
The American Pageant: History Chapter 13
Nullification Crisis
San Jacinto
pet banks
Tariff of Abominations
Definition:... Showdown between President Andrew Jackson and the…
Definition:... Resulted in the capture of Mexican dictator Santa…
Definition:... Popular term for pro-Jackson state banks that rec…
Definition:... Noteworthy for its unprecedentedly high duties on…
Nullification Crisis
Definition:... Showdown between President Andrew Jackson and the…
San Jacinto
Definition:... Resulted in the capture of Mexican dictator Santa…
The American Pageant: History Chapter 12
loose construction
peculiar institution
Gibbons v. Ogden
Tallmadge amendment
Definition:... Legal doctrine which holds that the federal gover…
Definition:... Widely used term for the institution of American…
Definition:... Suit over whether New York State could grant a mo…
Definition:... Failed proposal to prohibit the importation of sl…
loose construction
Definition:... Legal doctrine which holds that the federal gover…
peculiar institution
Definition:... Widely used term for the institution of American…
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AP US History: The American Pageant Chapter 9
Virgina Statue for religious revolution
Abigail Adams
Republican Motherhood
John Singleton Copley
Law that gave people in Virgina freedom of worship and freedo…
John Adam's wife, she appealed to her husband to protect the…
it elevated women as keepers of the national conscience becau…
American painter who did portraits of Paul Revere and John Ha…
Virgina Statue for religious revolution
Law that gave people in Virgina freedom of worship and freedo…
Abigail Adams
John Adam's wife, she appealed to her husband to protect the…
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Pageant US History Chapter 2
What is the name of the first English…
In what year was the first English col…
What event sparked the English Protest…
Name the most famous "sea dog" from Gr…
Jamestown
1607
Henry VIII breaking from the Catholic Church
Sir Frances Drake
What is the name of the first English…
Jamestown
In what year was the first English col…
1607
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AP US History Chapter 18 American Pageant
popular sovreignty
Free Soil party
California gold rush
Underground Railroad
This idea was employed with the territory of Mexican Cession.…
As the issue of slavery was largely ignored by both the Whigs…
This describes the influx of tens of thousands of people to C…
This network of informal "stations" (antislavery homes) runni…
popular sovreignty
This idea was employed with the territory of Mexican Cession.…
Free Soil party
As the issue of slavery was largely ignored by both the Whigs…
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Pageant US History Chapter 1
What was the name of the single super…
How long ago were the Appalachian Moun…
What was the name of the narrow easter…
How did many of the Native Americans t…
Pangaea
480-350 million years ago. They run from Canada down to Georg…
"Tidewater region"
The land bridge connecting Siberia and Alaska
What was the name of the single super…
Pangaea
How long ago were the Appalachian Moun…
480-350 million years ago. They run from Canada down to Georg…
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Chapter 15 history American pageant
2nd great awakening
Burned-Over District
Mormons
American Temperance Society
Series of religious revivals starting in 1801, based on metho…
the region of western New York along the Erie Canal, and refe…
church founded by Joseph Smith in 1830 with headquarters in S…
Was established in 1826. Within five years there were 2,220 l…
2nd great awakening
Series of religious revivals starting in 1801, based on metho…
Burned-Over District
the region of western New York along the Erie Canal, and refe…
the american Pageant: History Chapter 11
Impressment
Chesapeake affair
Orders in Council
Haitian Revolution
Definition:... Act of forcibly drafting an individual into milit…
Definition:... Conflict between Britain and the United States th…
Definition:... Edicts issued by the British Crown closing French…
Definition:... War incited by a slave uprising in French-control…
Impressment
Definition:... Act of forcibly drafting an individual into milit…
Chesapeake affair
Definition:... Conflict between Britain and the United States th…
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History (The American Pageant) Chapter 40
Vietnamization
Nixon Doctrine
Spiro Agnew
My Lai Massacre
plan to withdraw the US troops in South Vietnam over an exten…
proclaimed that the US would honor its existing defense commi…
Nixon's VP... attacked those who protested Vietnam
1968... US troops killed innocent women and children in Vietnam…
Vietnamization
plan to withdraw the US troops in South Vietnam over an exten…
Nixon Doctrine
proclaimed that the US would honor its existing defense commi…
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Pageant US History Chapter 3
Which German friar started the Protest…
What became the dominant theological c…
Which theological credo believed in "p…
Puritans believe in the concept of "vi…
Martin Luther
Calvinism
Calvinism
A person who felt the Stirrings of Grace in their soul
Which German friar started the Protest…
Martin Luther
What became the dominant theological c…
Calvinism
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AP US History "The American Pageant"- Chapter 12
William Henry Harrison
Francis Scott Key
Andrew Jackson
Washington Irving
Govenor of the Indiana territory, that fought against Tecumse…
United States lawyer and poet who wrote a poem after witnessi…
The seventh President of the United States (1829-1837), who a…
Author, diplomat, wrote The Sketch Book, which included "Rip…
William Henry Harrison
Govenor of the Indiana territory, that fought against Tecumse…
Francis Scott Key
United States lawyer and poet who wrote a poem after witnessi…
AP US History Chapter 19 American Pageant
Uncle Tom's Cabin
The Impending Crisis of the South
New England Emigrant Aid Company
Lecompton Constitution
Written by Harriet Beecher Stowe, this novel embodied the mor…
Another antislavery book, written by Hinton R. Helper, filled…
This abolitionist organization funded over 2,000 people enter…
Created in 1857 by the proslavery government in Kansas, this…
Uncle Tom's Cabin
Written by Harriet Beecher Stowe, this novel embodied the mor…
The Impending Crisis of the South
Another antislavery book, written by Hinton R. Helper, filled…
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American History Final; The American Pageant
Franklin Delanor Roosevelt
Harry S. Truman
Dwight D. Eisenhower (Ike)
John F. Kennedy
1933-1945, longest serving president, the Great Depression, N…
1945-1953, Vice President who took over when FDR died. Made d…
1953-1961- Famous army general who led D-Day invasion in 1944…
1961-1963, Youngest elected president he called his program T…
Franklin Delanor Roosevelt
1933-1945, longest serving president, the Great Depression, N…
Harry S. Truman
1945-1953, Vice President who took over when FDR died. Made d…
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Chapter 3 AP US History American Pageant
Predestination
Conversion
Puritans
Separatists
Calvinist doctrine that God has foreordained some people to b…
Intense religious experience that confirmed an individual's p…
English Protestant reformers who sought to purify the Church…
Small group of Puritans who sought to break away entirely fro…
Predestination
Calvinist doctrine that God has foreordained some people to b…
Conversion
Intense religious experience that confirmed an individual's p…
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AP US History:American Pageant Chapter 14
Eli Whitney
Elias Howe/ Isaac Singer
Cyrus McCormick
Cyrus Field
He was a mechanical genius that graduated from Yale.While in…
United States inventor who built early sewing machines and wo…
Born in Rockbridge County, Virginia on 1809, he was very inte…
American businessman who laid the first telegraph wire across…
Eli Whitney
He was a mechanical genius that graduated from Yale.While in…
Elias Howe/ Isaac Singer
United States inventor who built early sewing machines and wo…
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AP US History:American Pageant Chapter 12
Henry Clay
Francis Scott Key
John C. Calhoun
John Quincy Adams
United States politician responsible for the Missouri Comprom…
United States lawyer and poet who wrote a poem after witnessi…
South Carolina Senator - advocate for state's rights, limited…
Secretary of State, He served as sixth president under Monroe…
Henry Clay
United States politician responsible for the Missouri Comprom…
Francis Scott Key
United States lawyer and poet who wrote a poem after witnessi…
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AP US History:American Pageant Chapter 7
Samuel Adams
John Hancock
Lord North
George Grenville
Often called the "Penman of the Revolution" He was a Master p…
Nicknamed "King of the Smugglers" ; He was a wealthy Massachu…
1770's-1782 King George III's stout prime minister (governor…
George Grenville was the British Prime Minister from 1763-176…
Samuel Adams
Often called the "Penman of the Revolution" He was a Master p…
John Hancock
Nicknamed "King of the Smugglers" ; He was a wealthy Massachu…
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AP US History:American Pageant Chapter 13
Martin Van Buren
Stephen Austin
Santa Anna
John Tyler
Served as secretary of state during Andrew Jackson's first te…
Original settler of Texas, granted land from Mexico on condit…
Mexican general who tried to crush the Texas revolt and who l…
elected Vice President and became the 10th President of the U…
Martin Van Buren
Served as secretary of state during Andrew Jackson's first te…
Stephen Austin
Original settler of Texas, granted land from Mexico on condit…
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AP US History Chapter 20 American Pageant
Fort Sumter
Border States
West Virginia
New York draft riots
This federal fort near Charleston, South Carolina hosted the…
These states include Missouri, Kentucky, Maryland, and Delawa…
This state of "mountain whites" split from Virginia in 1863 t…
These riots arose after official Federal conscription in 1863…
Fort Sumter
This federal fort near Charleston, South Carolina hosted the…
Border States
These states include Missouri, Kentucky, Maryland, and Delawa…
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AP US History:American Pageant Chapter 5
Jonathon Edwards
Benjamin Franklin
Michel-Guillame de Crevecour
Phillis Wheatley
He was an American theologian and Congregational clergyman, w…
He owned a successful printing and publishing company in Phil…
French settler on America in the 1770's; he posed the questio…
a slave girl who became a poet. At age eight, she was brought…
Jonathon Edwards
He was an American theologian and Congregational clergyman, w…
Benjamin Franklin
He owned a successful printing and publishing company in Phil…
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AP US History Chapter 19 American Pageant
Uncle Tom's Cabin
The Impending Crisis of the South
New England Emigrant Aid Company
Lecompton Constitution
Written by Harriet Beecher Stowe, this novel embodied the mor…
Another antislavery book, written by Hinton R. Helper, filled…
This abolitionist organization funded over 2,000 people enter…
Created in 1857 by the proslavery government in Kansas, this…
Uncle Tom's Cabin
Written by Harriet Beecher Stowe, this novel embodied the mor…
The Impending Crisis of the South
Another antislavery book, written by Hinton R. Helper, filled…
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US History:American Pageant Chapter 9
James Madison
Alexander Hamilton
Abigail Adams
Federation
Nicknamed "the Father of the Constitution"; talented politici…
High Political leader-1786- 32 year old New Yorker who saved…
the wife of second president She attempted to get rights for…
Thomas Jefferson wanted this. The yielding by the states of t…
James Madison
Nicknamed "the Father of the Constitution"; talented politici…
Alexander Hamilton
High Political leader-1786- 32 year old New Yorker who saved…
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Ch 8 AP US History: American Pageant
Second Continental Congress
Single most important action of Second…
Ethan Allen and Benedict Arnold
Bunker Hill
Met in Philadelphia on May 10, 1775. Represented all 13 colon…
Electing George Washington to head improvised army besieging…
Captured Fort Ticonderoga and Crown Point, securing a store o…
June 1775 the colonists seized a hill. The British blundered…
Second Continental Congress
Met in Philadelphia on May 10, 1775. Represented all 13 colon…
Single most important action of Second…
Electing George Washington to head improvised army besieging…
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AP US History:American Pageant Chapter 11
Thomas Jefferson
William Marbury
Napoleon Bonaparte
Zebulon Pike
made the Louisiana Purchase, Lewis and Clark were sent to exp…
President Adams named him a justice of the peace for the Dist…
French Leader from 1799 to 1815. Was ambitious: wanted to dom…
A pioneer who explored the Louisiana territory between 1805 -…
Thomas Jefferson
made the Louisiana Purchase, Lewis and Clark were sent to exp…
William Marbury
President Adams named him a justice of the peace for the Dist…
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AP US History: American Pageant Chapter 1
Corn or Maize
Portugal
Horse
Treaty of Tordesillas
Staple crop that formed the economic foundation of Indian civ…
First European nation to send explorers around the west coast…
Animal introduced by Europeans that changed Indian way of lif…
Treaty that secured Spanish title to lands in Americas by div…
Corn or Maize
Staple crop that formed the economic foundation of Indian civ…
Portugal
First European nation to send explorers around the west coast…
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AP US History: American Pageant Chapter 6
George Washington
Samuel de Champlain
Robert de La Salle
William Pitt
Virginian, patriot, general, and president. Lived at Mount Ve…
Samuel de Champlain was a French explorer who sailed to the W…
Robert de La Salle was responsible for naming Louisiana. He w…
English statesman who brought the Seven Years' War to an end…
George Washington
Virginian, patriot, general, and president. Lived at Mount Ve…
Samuel de Champlain
Samuel de Champlain was a French explorer who sailed to the W…
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AP US History: American Pageant Chapter 2
Lord De La Warr
Pocahontas
Powahatan
Handsome Lake
New governor of Jamestown who arrived in 1610, immediately im…
Indian princess, daughter of Powhatan; friend to Jamestown se…
Chief of the Powhatan Indians- father of Pocahantas
A Seneca, who led the most important revivalism among Native…
Lord De La Warr
New governor of Jamestown who arrived in 1610, immediately im…
Pocahontas
Indian princess, daughter of Powhatan; friend to Jamestown se…
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Chapter 2 AP US History American Pageant
Protestant Reformation
Roanoke Island (1585)
Spanish Armada
Primogeniture
Movement to reform the Catholic Church launched in Germany by…
Sir Walter Raleigh's failed colonial settlement off the coast…
Spanish fleet defeated in the English Channel in 1588. The de…
The legal principle that the oldest son inherits all family p…
Protestant Reformation
Movement to reform the Catholic Church launched in Germany by…
Roanoke Island (1585)
Sir Walter Raleigh's failed colonial settlement off the coast…
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AP US History Chapter 18 American Pageant
popular sovreignty
Free Soil party
California gold rush
Underground Railroad
This idea was employed with the territory of Mexican Cession.…
As the issue of slavery was largely ignored by both the Whigs…
This describes the influx of tens of thousands of people to C…
This network of informal "stations" (antislavery homes) runni…
popular sovreignty
This idea was employed with the territory of Mexican Cession.…
Free Soil party
As the issue of slavery was largely ignored by both the Whigs…
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AP US History Chapter 17 American Pageant
Tariff of 1842
Caroline
Creole
Aroostook War
After two proposed protective tariffs, John Tyler approved th…
This US ship was attacked on the Niagara River by Britain in…
This US ship was captured by Virginia slaves who were later g…
The Maine boundary dispute brought about this small lumberjac…
Tariff of 1842
After two proposed protective tariffs, John Tyler approved th…
Caroline
This US ship was attacked on the Niagara River by Britain in…
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AP US History: American Pageant Ch 15
Age of Reason
Deism
Unitarians
Second Great Awakening
Written by Thomas Paine. Declared that all churches "were set…
18th Century Religious Doctrine; Emphasized reasoned moral be…
Believe in a Unitary Deity, reject the Divinity of Christ, Em…
Religious revival characterized by emotional mass "camp meeti…
Age of Reason
Written by Thomas Paine. Declared that all churches "were set…
Deism
18th Century Religious Doctrine; Emphasized reasoned moral be…
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AP US History: American Pageant Ch 16
"Peculiar Institution"
"Cottonocracy"
John C. Calhoun
Jefferson Davis
Southern Euphemism for Slavery
Name for Wealthy Planters who made their money from cotton in…
7th Vice President of the United States and a leading Souther…
US Senator (D-MS) / Served as President of the Confederate St…
"Peculiar Institution"
Southern Euphemism for Slavery
"Cottonocracy"
Name for Wealthy Planters who made their money from cotton in…
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Ap Us History ch. 21 (American Pageant)
Bull Run
Stonewall Jackson
George McClellan
Robert E. Lee
either of two battles during the American Civil War (1861 and…
general in the Confederate Army during the Civil War whose tr…
a general for northern command of the Army of the Potomac in…
A General for the confederates. One of his main plans towards…
Bull Run
either of two battles during the American Civil War (1861 and…
Stonewall Jackson
general in the Confederate Army during the Civil War whose tr…
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AP US History, Pageant 12e, Chapter 25
Louis Sullivan
Theodore Dreiser (Sister Carrie, 1900)
"Dumbbell" tenements
Padrone System
Chicago architect known for his steel framed skyscrapers and…
Wrote Sister Carrie which traces the downward journey of an i…
a new form of housing that was developed in the early 1900's…
Or labor boss, met immigrants upon arrival and secured jobs f…
Louis Sullivan
Chicago architect known for his steel framed skyscrapers and…
Theodore Dreiser (Sister Carrie, 1900)
Wrote Sister Carrie which traces the downward journey of an i…
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AP US History: American Pageant Chapter 2
Lord De La Warr
Pocahontas
Powahatan
Handsome Lake
New governor of Jamestown who arrived in 1610, immediately im…
Indian princess, daughter of Powhatan; friend to Jamestown se…
Chief of the Powhatan Indians- father of Pocahantas
A Seneca, who led the most important revivalism among Native…
Lord De La Warr
New governor of Jamestown who arrived in 1610, immediately im…
Pocahontas
Indian princess, daughter of Powhatan; friend to Jamestown se…
51 terms
AP US History: American Pageant Chapter 1
Corn or Maize
Portugal
Horse
Treaty of Tordesillas
Staple crop that formed the economic foundation of Indian civ…
First European nation to send explorers around the west coast…
Animal introduced by Europeans that changed Indian way of lif…
Treaty that secured Spanish title to lands in Americas by div…
Corn or Maize
Staple crop that formed the economic foundation of Indian civ…
Portugal
First European nation to send explorers around the west coast…
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AP US History American Pageant Chapter 23
Ulyssess S. Grant
Tweed Ring
Credit Mobilier Scandal
Horace Greeley
Former Union General, Republican presidential candidate 1868,…
Example of corrupt business in the Gilded Age, headed by "Bos…
Railroad company bribed Congressmen to ignore their corrupt w…
Liberal Republican presidential candidate 1872, said he would…
Ulyssess S. Grant
Former Union General, Republican presidential candidate 1868,…
Tweed Ring
Example of corrupt business in the Gilded Age, headed by "Bos…
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AP US History:American Pageant Chapter 10
John Adams
John Jay
Talleyrand
Henry Knox
A Federalist who was Vice President under Washington in 1789,…
Chief Justice of the United States; in 1794 George Washington…
foreign minister; In 1797, Adams sent a diplomatic commission…
was the first secretary of war; came to power in 1789; was th…
John Adams
A Federalist who was Vice President under Washington in 1789,…
John Jay
Chief Justice of the United States; in 1794 George Washington…
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AP US History Chapter 19 American Pageant
Uncle Tom's Cabin
The Impending Crisis of the South
New England Emigrant Aid Company
Lecompton Constitution
Written by Harriet Beecher Stowe, this novel embodied the mor…
Another antislavery book, written by Hinton R. Helper, filled…
This abolitionist organization funded over 2,000 people enter…
Created in 1857 by the proslavery government in Kansas, this…
Uncle Tom's Cabin
Written by Harriet Beecher Stowe, this novel embodied the mor…
The Impending Crisis of the South
Another antislavery book, written by Hinton R. Helper, filled…
52 terms
AP US History: American Pageant Chapter 2
Lord De La Warr
Pocahontas
Powahatan
Handsome Lake
New governor of Jamestown who arrived in 1610, immediately im…
Indian princess, daughter of Powhatan; friend to Jamestown se…
Chief of the Powhatan Indians- father of Pocahantas
A Seneca, who led the most important revivalism among Native…
Lord De La Warr
New governor of Jamestown who arrived in 1610, immediately im…
Pocahontas
Indian princess, daughter of Powhatan; friend to Jamestown se…
51 terms
AP US History: American Pageant Chapter 1
Corn or Maize
Portugal
Horse
Treaty of Tordesillas
Staple crop that formed the economic foundation of Indian civ…
First European nation to send explorers around the west coast…
Animal introduced by Europeans that changed Indian way of lif…
Treaty that secured Spanish title to lands in Americas by div…
Corn or Maize
Staple crop that formed the economic foundation of Indian civ…
Portugal
First European nation to send explorers around the west coast…
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AP US History: American Pageant Chapter 1
Corn or Maize
Portugal
Treaty of Tordesillas
Mestizos
Staple crop that formed the economic foundation of Indian civ…
First European nation to send explorers around the west coast…
Treaty that secured Spanish title to lands in Americas by div…
Person of mixed European and Indian ancestry.
Corn or Maize
Staple crop that formed the economic foundation of Indian civ…
Portugal
First European nation to send explorers around the west coast…
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