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American History Terms 9
John C. Calhoun
Nicholas Biddle
Charles G. Finney
Horace Mann
> Andrew Jackson's running mate... > proposed that South Carolin…
> ran the Second National Bank... > enemy of Andrew Jackson; str…
> American religious leader/congregationalist... > Held huge ten…
> leader of public education reform in the 1830s... > set the st…
John C. Calhoun
> Andrew Jackson's running mate... > proposed that South Carolin…
Nicholas Biddle
> ran the Second National Bank... > enemy of Andrew Jackson; str…
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American History 9 - Ch. 8
Steerage
Ghetto
Political machine
Social Gospel Movement
A large open area beneath a ship's deck, often used to house…
A section of cities in which certain ethnic and racial groups…
An unofficial organization designed to keep a particular part…
A social reform movement that developed within religious inst…
Steerage
A large open area beneath a ship's deck, often used to house…
Ghetto
A section of cities in which certain ethnic and racial groups…
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American History 9 - Ch. 7
Homestead Act
Morill Land Grant Act
Land Speculator
Exoduster
Passed in 1862, it gave 160 acres of public land to any settl…
The Law Passed awarding proceeds from the sale of public land…
A person who buys land in the hope that it will increase in v…
An African American who migrated to the West after the Civil…
Homestead Act
Passed in 1862, it gave 160 acres of public land to any settl…
Morill Land Grant Act
The Law Passed awarding proceeds from the sale of public land…
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Chapter 9 Key Terms - American History
laissez-faire
customs duties
judicial review
Conestoga wagon
a policy that government should interfere as little as possib…
taxes on foreign imported goods
the right of the Supreme Court to determine if a law violates…
sturdy vehicle topped with white canvas and used by pioneers…
laissez-faire
a policy that government should interfere as little as possib…
customs duties
taxes on foreign imported goods
American History II Terms 9
Rugged Individualism
Reconstruction Finance Corporation
Hawley-Smoot Tariff
Harlem Renaissance
> Herbert Hoover's idea that an individual should help themse…
> Gov't agency that gave federal loans to banks and large cor…
> Tariff put in place to protect farmers from foreign competi…
> Predominantly black cultural movement that took place from…
Rugged Individualism
> Herbert Hoover's idea that an individual should help themse…
Reconstruction Finance Corporation
> Gov't agency that gave federal loans to banks and large cor…
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American History Ch. 9 Terms
Non-Intercourse Act
Hartford Convention
American System
Erie Canal
Act passed by Congress in 1809 allowing Americans to trade wi…
1814 convention of Federalists opposed to the War of 1812. De…
Plan proposed by Henry Clay to promote the U.S. economy by co…
Canal built in the early 1820s that made water transport from…
Non-Intercourse Act
Act passed by Congress in 1809 allowing Americans to trade wi…
Hartford Convention
1814 convention of Federalists opposed to the War of 1812. De…
Chapter 9 Terms for American History
Society of the Cincinnati
Virginia Statute of Religious Freedom
Articles of Confederation
Northwest Ordinance 1787
A secret society formed by officers of the Continental Army.…
written by Thomas Jefferson and led to separation of church a…
1st Constitution of the U.S. 1781-1788 (weaknesses-no executi…
A major success of the Articles of Confederation. Set up the…
Society of the Cincinnati
A secret society formed by officers of the Continental Army.…
Virginia Statute of Religious Freedom
written by Thomas Jefferson and led to separation of church a…
History of American Cinema - Terms #9
End of the Studio System
Rise of Independent Production Companies
1960s: increase in decline of audience
Product differentiation
1957: RKO ceases production... 1973: MGM withdraws from distribu…
e.g. The Mirisch Corporation- Billy Wilder's long-term contra…
studios more committed to television production, "tv movies"
budget: from "roadshow presentation" in 1950s to "event movie…
End of the Studio System
1957: RKO ceases production... 1973: MGM withdraws from distribu…
Rise of Independent Production Companies
e.g. The Mirisch Corporation- Billy Wilder's long-term contra…
American History / Chapter 9
Manifest Destiny
Squatters
John Deere
Cyrus McCormick
Idea that God had given the continent to Americans and wanted…
Pioneers who settled on lands that they did not own
Designed a plow with sharp-edged steel blades in 1837
Patented a mechanical reaper in 1834
Manifest Destiny
Idea that God had given the continent to Americans and wanted…
Squatters
Pioneers who settled on lands that they did not own
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American History: 9-11 terms
Vertical integration
Horizontal integration
Yellow journalism
Coney Island
business integration system-own all parts of production
business integration-buy smaller businesses to create a monop…
exaggerated type of news reporting
United States first amusement park
Vertical integration
business integration system-own all parts of production
Horizontal integration
business integration-buy smaller businesses to create a monop…
American History Chapter 9 terms
Embargo
Smuggling
Tribute
Continental Divide
A government order that forbids foreign trade
The act of illegally importing or exporting goods
Money paid by one country to another in return for protection
The place on a continent that separates river systems flowing…
Embargo
A government order that forbids foreign trade
Smuggling
The act of illegally importing or exporting goods
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American History 9, semester final 2
Civil War
First Battle of Bull Run
Draft
Emancipation Proclamation
A war between people of the same country. The American Civil…
Also called the Battle of Manassas, by the South, it was the…
A policy requiring men to serve in the military.
An order issued by President Abraham Lincoln that freed the s…
Civil War
A war between people of the same country. The American Civil…
First Battle of Bull Run
Also called the Battle of Manassas, by the South, it was the…
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American History 9 - Ch. 5
Pardon
Impeach
Scalawag
Radical Republicans
The official forgiveness of a crime.
To charge an official of wrongdoing.
A white Southerner supporting Reconstruction policies after t…
A group within the Republican party that wanted freedmen to h…
Pardon
The official forgiveness of a crime.
Impeach
To charge an official of wrongdoing.
American History 9: L to J Terms
Emmet Till
Black Codes
Reconstruction
Andrew Johnson
African American boy from Chicago who was murdered for whistl…
Passed by southern legislatures to restrict black social, pol…
Policies aimed at restructuring southern society economically…
First president to be impeached
Emmet Till
African American boy from Chicago who was murdered for whistl…
Black Codes
Passed by southern legislatures to restrict black social, pol…
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American History 9 - Ch. 10
Imperalism
Nationalism
Banana Republic
Arbitration
A political policy in which strong nations controlling weaker…
A strong feeling of pride in, and devotion to, one's country.
A Central American nation dominated by United States business…
The settlement of a dispute by a person or panel chosen to li…
Imperalism
A political policy in which strong nations controlling weaker…
Nationalism
A strong feeling of pride in, and devotion to, one's country.
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American History 9 - Ch. 6
Thomas A. Edison
Alexander Graham Bell
John D. Rockefeller
Andrew Carnegie
The inventor who developed the idea of a central electric pow…
The inventor who established the American Telephone and Teleg…
The industrialist who established Standard Oil.
He was an industrialist who preached the "gospel of wealth".
Thomas A. Edison
The inventor who developed the idea of a central electric pow…
Alexander Graham Bell
The inventor who established the American Telephone and Teleg…
American History Terms 9/22
Monroe Doctrine
Corrupt Bargain
Trail of Tears
Texas War for Independence
Any intervention by external powers in the politics of the Am…
Henry Clay influenced Congress to elect Adams instead of Jack…
Cherokee people had to give up their land and travel to prese…
October 2, 1835 - April 21, 1836; Texans rebelled against the…
Monroe Doctrine
Any intervention by external powers in the politics of the Am…
Corrupt Bargain
Henry Clay influenced Congress to elect Adams instead of Jack…
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American History 9 - Ch. 9
Literacy
Department Stores
Poll tax
Grandfather Clauses
The ability to read and write.
larger stores that are organized into many separate departmen…
A tax of a fixed amount, per person, and payable as a require…
A law that excused a voter from literacy test if his grandfat…
Literacy
The ability to read and write.
Department Stores
larger stores that are organized into many separate departmen…
American History ch. 9 terms
Progressive movement
Florence kelley
Prohibition
Muckraker
Aimed to restore economic opportunities and correct injustice…
Became an advocate for improving the lives of women and child…
The banning of alcoholic beverages
Journalists who wrote about the corrupt side of business and…
Progressive movement
Aimed to restore economic opportunities and correct injustice…
Florence kelley
Became an advocate for improving the lives of women and child…
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American History 9 - Ch. 9
Literacy
Philanthropist
Department Stores
Rural Free Delivery (RFD)
The ability to read and write.
A wealthy person who donates to worthy causes.
larger stores that are organized into many separate departmen…
A free delivery offered by the US post office to families in…
Literacy
The ability to read and write.
Philanthropist
A wealthy person who donates to worthy causes.
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History 9 | American Revolution Glossary
represent
parliament
tax
law
to act/speak for someone else
British government/people in charge of making laws
money people need to pay, and put towards government use
rule made by government
represent
to act/speak for someone else
parliament
British government/people in charge of making laws
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American History Chapter 9 - key terms
Thomas Jefferson
Aaron Burr
laissez faire
John Marshall
1743-1826 Jefferson was the 3rd president of the US, principl…
Jefferson's running mate ... United States politician who served…
the government should not interfere in the economy
ruled the Judiciary Act of 1789 was unconstitutional.
Thomas Jefferson
1743-1826 Jefferson was the 3rd president of the US, principl…
Aaron Burr
Jefferson's running mate ... United States politician who served…
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Chapter 9 (American History)
At the start of the Civil War, the Nor…
As the Civil War began, President Linc…
President Jefferson Davis's ability to…
The Emancipation Proclamation decreed…
False
True
True
False
At the start of the Civil War, the Nor…
False
As the Civil War began, President Linc…
True
Chapter 9 American History Terms
Gross National Product
Laissez-fare
Time zones
Land Grants
total value of all goods and services produced by a country
"let people do as they choose" the government didn't interfer…
To make rail service safer and more reliable, the American Ra…
federal government gave these to many railroad companies to e…
Gross National Product
total value of all goods and services produced by a country
Laissez-fare
"let people do as they choose" the government didn't interfer…
American History Ch 9 Terms
Legal Tender Act
War Democrats
Copperheads
Greenbacks
Act creating a national currency in February 1862
Member of the Democratic Party in the border or northern stat…
Republicans called the Democrats this; poisonous snake
paper bills
Legal Tender Act
Act creating a national currency in February 1862
War Democrats
Member of the Democratic Party in the border or northern stat…
American History Chapter 9 Terms
Stephen F Austin
Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna
autonomy
Lone Star Republic
lead American emigrants to settle east f San Antonia
seized power in Mexico City in 1834
independent control over one's own affairs
nation formed in 1835 by Texans who declared independence fro…
Stephen F Austin
lead American emigrants to settle east f San Antonia
Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna
seized power in Mexico City in 1834
Chapter 9 - American History
Thomas Jefferson
Jeffersonian Republicanism
Twelfth Amendment
John Marshall
third president of the United States
Jefferson, James Madison, and James Monroe
enabled electors to cast separate ballots for president and v…
first great chief justice
Thomas Jefferson
third president of the United States
Jeffersonian Republicanism
Jefferson, James Madison, and James Monroe
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American History: Unit 9 terms
abolition
Election of 1860
Republican Party
First Battle of Bull Run
ending of slavery
Lincoln, the Republican candidate, won because the Democratic…
wanted to stop the expansion of slavery
First "real" battle of the Civil War, it was expected by Unio…
abolition
ending of slavery
Election of 1860
Lincoln, the Republican candidate, won because the Democratic…
American History Chapter 9 Terms
Protest Episcopal Church
Republican Motherhood
Constitutional Convention
Articles of Confederation
New name for the Anglican Church after it was disestablished…
The idea that American women had a special responsibility to…
A type of special assembly, originally developed in Massachus…
The first constitutional government of the United States
Protest Episcopal Church
New name for the Anglican Church after it was disestablished…
Republican Motherhood
The idea that American women had a special responsibility to…
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American History-Chapter 9
Woodrow Wilson
Conservation
William H. Taft
Federal Reserve System
President of the United States who was a former president of…
A movement to protect America's natural Resources
President who actions split the Republican party after he ang…
A plan that reformed how American banks were organized... Decen…
Woodrow Wilson
President of the United States who was a former president of…
Conservation
A movement to protect America's natural Resources
American History - Chapter 9
Laissez-faire
Entrepreneurs
Economies of Scale
Vertical Integration
Limited government involvement in the economy
people who risk their own money to run and operate a business
using sale of stock to invest in New technologies, hire large…
owning all of the businesses on which a company depends for i…
Laissez-faire
Limited government involvement in the economy
Entrepreneurs
people who risk their own money to run and operate a business
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American History Chapter 9 vocab terms
let the people do as they choose
taxes on foreign imported goods
the Constitution is the supreme law of…
sturdy vehicles topped with white canvas
laissez-faire
customs duties
judicial review
Connestoga wagons
let the people do as they choose
laissez-faire
taxes on foreign imported goods
customs duties
American History - Chapter 9
Thomas Jefferson
Washington D.C.
Marbury v. Madison
Judicial Review
Tied with Aaron Burr in 1800 election but won and was inaugur…
New capital of USA; burned during War of 1812
Marbury sued for judgeship, but court could not force preside…
Allows Supreme Court to rule laws constitutional or not
Thomas Jefferson
Tied with Aaron Burr in 1800 election but won and was inaugur…
Washington D.C.
New capital of USA; burned during War of 1812
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American History Chapter 9 Terms
Legal Tender Act
War Democrats
Copperheads
Greenback
Created a national currency and allowed the government to iss…
Supported a war to restore the Union, but opposed ending slav…
The peace democrats were known as this because they were view…
Paper money was called this because of the color of it.
Legal Tender Act
Created a national currency and allowed the government to iss…
War Democrats
Supported a war to restore the Union, but opposed ending slav…
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American history I - chapter 9
specialization
market revolution
capitalism
entrepreneur
in farming, the raising of one or two cash crops rather than…
Mid 19th century economic changes where people buy and sell g…
An economic system based on private ownership of the means of…
A person who starts up and takes on the risk of a business
specialization
in farming, the raising of one or two cash crops rather than…
market revolution
Mid 19th century economic changes where people buy and sell g…
American History Chapter 9
John Marshall supported Federalist vie…
The government under Thomas Jefferson…
The Indians did not understand the con…
Harrison inadvertently helped the Prop…
True
True
True
True
John Marshall supported Federalist vie…
True
The government under Thomas Jefferson…
True
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American History 7-9 Book Terms
Caucus
Lowell girl
American System
Cotton gin
closed meeting of party members for the purpose of choosing a…
young woman who worked in the textile mills in Lowell, Massac…
Henry Clay's federal program designed to stimulate the econom…
machine invented in 1793 to separate the cotton fiber from it…
Caucus
closed meeting of party members for the purpose of choosing a…
Lowell girl
young woman who worked in the textile mills in Lowell, Massac…
Chapter 9 American History Terms
Precedent
Cabinet
Bond
Impressment
Something done or said that becomes an example for others to…
A group of advisers to a president
A certificate that promises to repay borrowed money in the fu…
Seizing people against their will and forcing them to serve i…
Precedent
Something done or said that becomes an example for others to…
Cabinet
A group of advisers to a president
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American History Chapter 9 Terms
bureaucracy
judicial review
impressment
embargo
group of departments and officials that make up an organizati…
power of the Supreme Court to decide whether acts of a presid…
policy of seizing people or property for military or public s…
official ban or restriction on trade
bureaucracy
group of departments and officials that make up an organizati…
judicial review
power of the Supreme Court to decide whether acts of a presid…
American History 9: L to J Terms
Emmet Till
Black Codes
Reconstruction
Andrew Johnson
African American boy from Chicago who was murdered for whistl…
Passed by southern legislatures to restrict black social, pol…
Policies aimed at restructuring southern society economically…
First president to be impeached
Emmet Till
African American boy from Chicago who was murdered for whistl…
Black Codes
Passed by southern legislatures to restrict black social, pol…
45 terms
American History Unit 9
iron curtain
containment
airlift
cold war
invisible barrier between communist eastern Europe and capita…
U.S. policy to stop the spread of communism
flying food fuel and other supplies into a city
a war in which enemies do not actually fight one another
iron curtain
invisible barrier between communist eastern Europe and capita…
containment
U.S. policy to stop the spread of communism
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American History 9.3
Teddy Roosevelt
Bully Pulpit
The Square Deal
Arbitration
Youngest president 42 years old
Teddy Roosevelt the first to use it.
A fair agreement
A meeting with boss & workers to fix a problem.
Teddy Roosevelt
Youngest president 42 years old
Bully Pulpit
Teddy Roosevelt the first to use it.
American History Goal 9
New Left
Detente
SALT I
SALT II
Coalition of younger members of the Democratic party and radi…
A lessening of tensions between U.S. and Soviet Union. Beside…
Treaty signed between the U.S. and the USSR that limited the…
Additional arms limitations signings in 1979 which places lim…
New Left
Coalition of younger members of the Democratic party and radi…
Detente
A lessening of tensions between U.S. and Soviet Union. Beside…
Chapter 9 American History Key Terms
Thomas Jefferson
Aaron Burr
Laissez faire
John Marshall
Third president of the united states, elected in 1800
Jefferson's running mate in the 1800 election
The idea that the government should not interfere in the econ…
Chief Justice of the Supreme Court under President Jefferson
Thomas Jefferson
Third president of the united states, elected in 1800
Aaron Burr
Jefferson's running mate in the 1800 election
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American History: Unit 4-9 Key Terms
Wounded Knee
Dawes Act
Treaty of Fort Laramie
Homestead Act
The massacre was the last major battle of the Indian Wars of…
Attempted to Americanize the Natives by dividing acres of lan…
Was designed to recognize the Black Hills and part of the Sio…
Free Native American land was given to those who planned to m…
Wounded Knee
The massacre was the last major battle of the Indian Wars of…
Dawes Act
Attempted to Americanize the Natives by dividing acres of lan…
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American History: Unit 8 and 9 Key Terms
Totalitarianism
Benito Mussolini
Joseph Stalin
Adolf Hitler
A government that has a ruler or ruling party that has absolu…
Italian dictator who led the Fascist party
Soviet dictator who led the Communist party
German dictator of the Nazi party and oversaw the Holocaust.
Totalitarianism
A government that has a ruler or ruling party that has absolu…
Benito Mussolini
Italian dictator who led the Fascist party
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VCA 11th American History Ch 9 Terms
Alexis De Tocqueville
Enfranchisement
Broadening the franchise
President Andrew Jackson
French aristocrat who visited the U.S. in 1831. He observed t…
The giving of a right or privilege especially the right to vote
Until the 1820, only white mail property owners were allowed…
The 7th president of the U.S. His administration did not do m…
Alexis De Tocqueville
French aristocrat who visited the U.S. in 1831. He observed t…
Enfranchisement
The giving of a right or privilege especially the right to vote
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American History Chapter 9 terms- Davian Jones
literacy
assimilation
philanthropist
Niagara Movement
The ability to read and write
Process by which one culture merge into another
A person who gives donations to worthy causes
A group of African Americans that called for full civil liber…
literacy
The ability to read and write
assimilation
Process by which one culture merge into another
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American History Chapter 9!!
greenback
conscription
habeas corpus
attrition
Paper money introduced during the Civil War
compulsory enrollment of persons for military or naval servic…
Law that prevents government from holding citizens without fo…
Definition: Gradual wearing away, weakening, or loss; a natur…
greenback
Paper money introduced during the Civil War
conscription
compulsory enrollment of persons for military or naval servic…
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AMERICAN HISTORY- Ch. 9.2 & 4 terms
Mennonites
Benjamin Lundy
Liberia
William Lloyd Garrison
a member of a Protestant sect originating in Friesland in the…
In 1821, Lundy founded an antislavery newspaper in Ohio calle…
To pursue their plan of colonization, the society established…
One of the most famous of the radical abolitionists was a whi…
Mennonites
a member of a Protestant sect originating in Friesland in the…
Benjamin Lundy
In 1821, Lundy founded an antislavery newspaper in Ohio calle…
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