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United States History: Chapter 7
George Washington
Electoral College
Martha Washington
Judiciary Act of 1789
A Revolutionary War hero from Virginia who became the first p…
A group of voters who represent the people's vote in choosing…
The first First Lady of the United States who some women beli…
A law that created three levels of federal courts and defined…
George Washington
A Revolutionary War hero from Virginia who became the first p…
Electoral College
A group of voters who represent the people's vote in choosing…
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AGS United States History Chapter 7
approve
import
dispute
interstate
to accept or agree on something
a good brought in from a foreign country
a quarrel between people or groups
an action that occurs between two states, such as trade
approve
to accept or agree on something
import
a good brought in from a foreign country
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United States History Chapter 7
confederation
Articles of Confederation
unicameral
Treaty of Paris
a close alliance of independent states
Set up the 1st independent American government (1783-88). Non…
One-house legislature
agreement signed by British and American leaders that stated…
confederation
a close alliance of independent states
Articles of Confederation
Set up the 1st independent American government (1783-88). Non…
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The History of Our United States Chapter 7
house-raising
homespun
town criers
circuit-riding preachers
a time when all the neighbors got together to help a new sett…
rough, gray material made by early colonists
men who were paid by the town to wander about the streets and…
men who traveled on horseback throughout the South, preaching…
house-raising
a time when all the neighbors got together to help a new sett…
homespun
rough, gray material made by early colonists
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United States History Vocabulary Chapter 7 Section 1
manufacturer
approve
import
tariff
- a company that makes something to sell to the public or oth…
- to accept or agree on something.
- a good brought in from a foreign country.
- a tax on good leaving or entering some place.
manufacturer
- a company that makes something to sell to the public or oth…
approve
- to accept or agree on something.
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United States History: Quiz 3 - Chapter 7
The artist who painted the series call…
The artist who painted "Kindred Spirit…
The Andes of Ecuador was painted by __…
The inventor of the Clermont, the firs…
Thomas Cole
Asher B. Durand, William Bryant, and Thomas Cole
Church
Fulton
The artist who painted the series call…
Thomas Cole
The artist who painted "Kindred Spirit…
Asher B. Durand, William Bryant, and Thomas Cole
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Chapter 7 - United States History
How did the Industrialization Revoluti…
Cotton Gin
Electric Telegraph
Missouri Compromise
Machines replaced labor previously done by hand.
Made cotton production more profitable in the south. A machin…
Invented by Samuel Morse
Added Missouri as a slave state and Maine as a free state. Li…
How did the Industrialization Revoluti…
Machines replaced labor previously done by hand.
Cotton Gin
Made cotton production more profitable in the south. A machin…
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United States History and Geography Chapter 7
squatter
overlander
guarantee
convert
someone who settles on public land under government regulatio…
someone who travels overland to the West
to assure or promise to secure against default
to bring over from one belief, view, or party to another
squatter
someone who settles on public land under government regulatio…
overlander
someone who travels overland to the West
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BJU United States History Chapter 7
Confederation
Articles of Confederation (1781)
Unicameral
Treaty of Paris
A close alliance of sovereign states.
Adopted by Congress, and then eventually approved by all thir…
Having only one house of Congress.
The Confederation's greatest triumph in foreign affairs.
Confederation
A close alliance of sovereign states.
Articles of Confederation (1781)
Adopted by Congress, and then eventually approved by all thir…
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Chapter 7 United States History
George Washington
Electoral College
Martha Washington
Precedent
United States First President
A body of electors who represents the people's vote in choosi…
President Washington's Wife, First lady of the United States
Action or Decision that later serves as an example
George Washington
United States First President
Electoral College
A body of electors who represents the people's vote in choosi…
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United States History Chapter 7
The year government was under the Arti…
Years of the Continental Congress
Established this among the states
Unicameral Legislature
1781
1776-1781
"Firm league of friendship"
One house made to be very weak
The year government was under the Arti…
1781
Years of the Continental Congress
1776-1781
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united states history heritage of freedom chapter 7
new years for America
1777
bicameral
how many states had to approve
the critical period of American history
congress accepts articles of confrederation
2 house legislature
9 states had to approve a measure before it could be passed i…
new years for America
the critical period of American history
1777
congress accepts articles of confrederation
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Chapter 7 - United States History
A person in government who carries out…
System of courts
Rules under which a government will op…
Agreement in which each side gives up…
Executive
Judicial Branch
Constitution
Compromise
A person in government who carries out…
Executive
System of courts
Judicial Branch
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United States History I - Chapter 7 - Nationalism and Sectionalism
Industrial Revolution
Division of labor
Water-powered machines
Protective tariffs
shift from manual labor to mechanical work that started in th…
Division of work into a number of separate tasks to be perfor…
During the Industrial Revolution, many factories were built a…
tax on imported (foreign) goods that makes the price high eno…
Industrial Revolution
shift from manual labor to mechanical work that started in th…
Division of labor
Division of work into a number of separate tasks to be perfor…
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AGS United States History Chapter 7
manufacturer
ownership
pioneer
temporary
a company that makes something to sell to the public or to ot…
the act of owning something, such as land or a house
one of the first to settle in a territory
something that is to b used only for a short time
manufacturer
a company that makes something to sell to the public or to ot…
ownership
the act of owning something, such as land or a house
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BJU United States History Chapter 7
Confederation
Articles of Confederation (1781)
Unicameral
Treaty of Paris
A close alliance of sovereign states.
Adopted by Congress, and then eventually approved by all thir…
Having only one house of Congress.
The Confederation's greatest triumph in foreign affairs.
Confederation
A close alliance of sovereign states.
Articles of Confederation (1781)
Adopted by Congress, and then eventually approved by all thir…
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CHAPTER 7 THE CHANGING UNITED STATES
Tariff
Spoils System
Canal
Mountain Man
A tax on goods brought into a country.
The system of giving government jobs to people who had helped…
A human-made waterway.
A fur trapper and trader who lived in the mountains and knew…
Tariff
A tax on goods brought into a country.
Spoils System
The system of giving government jobs to people who had helped…
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AP United States History Chapter 7
Judiciary Act of 1789 (p. 216)
Bill of Rights (p. 216)
Report on the Public Credit (p. 216)
Bank of the United States (p. 218)
Act that established a federal district court in each state a…
The first ten amendments to the Constitution, officially rati…
Alexander Hamilton's 1790 report recommending that the federa…
A bank chartered in 1790 and jointly owned by private stockho…
Judiciary Act of 1789 (p. 216)
Act that established a federal district court in each state a…
Bill of Rights (p. 216)
The first ten amendments to the Constitution, officially rati…
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AP United States History: Chapter 7
Republicanism
Why were Americans reluctant revolutio…
Why was America a revolutionary force…
What were the two ideas which fundamen…
Political theory of representative government, based on the p…
Initially, the colonists did not want to completely separate…
American was a revolutionary force from the day of its discov…
Republicanism and the ideas of Radical Whigs
Republicanism
Political theory of representative government, based on the p…
Why were Americans reluctant revolutio…
Initially, the colonists did not want to completely separate…
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Chapter 7 Vocabulary Modern United States History
Imperialism
Anglo-Saxonism
Hawaii
Queen Liliuokalani
Economic and political domination of a strong nation over wea…
Their native tongue is English and their culture is strongly…
Queen Liliuokalani was overthrown by a group of farmers in 18…
She wanted to keep Hawaii independent from the United States.…
Imperialism
Economic and political domination of a strong nation over wea…
Anglo-Saxonism
Their native tongue is English and their culture is strongly…
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united states history 2 chapter 7 vocabulary
bread lines
dust bowl
court packing plan
Hawley smoot tariff
lines set up to feed the hungry
a drought in the midwest
FDR attempt to put liberals on the supreme court
increased the tax on imports
bread lines
lines set up to feed the hungry
dust bowl
a drought in the midwest
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Chapter 7 Vocabulary Modern United States History
Imperialism
Autonomy
Yellow Journalism
Protectorate
A policy of extending a country's power and influence through…
The quality or state of being self-governing.
Type of sensational, biased, and often false reporting for th…
A country that is technically independent but is actually und…
Imperialism
A policy of extending a country's power and influence through…
Autonomy
The quality or state of being self-governing.
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United States History(Chapter 7 Vocabulary)
George Washington
electoral college
Martha Washington
precedent
honest hero and leader of the American Revolution who many pe…
a body of electors who represent the people's vote in choosin…
Washington's wife and First Lady who entertained guests and a…
an action or decision that later serves as an example
George Washington
honest hero and leader of the American Revolution who many pe…
electoral college
a body of electors who represent the people's vote in choosin…
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Chapter 7 United States History & Geography
Squatter
Overlander
secularize
civil
someone who settles on public land under government regulatio…
Someone who travels overland to the West
to transfer the use, possession, or control of something from…
relating to citizens
Squatter
someone who settles on public land under government regulatio…
Overlander
Someone who travels overland to the West
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United States History Chapter 7 Vocabularies
Electoral college
Precedent
Judiciary Act of 1789
National dept
A body of electors who represent the people's vote in choosin…
An action or decision that later serves as an example
This act created the three levels of federal courts and defin…
Money owed by the United States
Electoral college
A body of electors who represent the people's vote in choosin…
Precedent
An action or decision that later serves as an example
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The History of Our United States Chapter 7
house-raising
homespun
town criers
circuit-riding preachers
a time when all the neighbors got together to help a new sett…
rough, gray material made by early colonists
men who were paid by the town to wander about the streets and…
men who traveled on horseback throughout the South, preaching…
house-raising
a time when all the neighbors got together to help a new sett…
homespun
rough, gray material made by early colonists
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Chapter 7 United States History Holt
Strict Constructionist
Loose Constructionist
Bank of the United States
French Revolution
People who favored making the federal government do what the…
Federal government can take reasonable actions that the const…
The country's first national bank
1789 when the French people rebelled against their king.
Strict Constructionist
People who favored making the federal government do what the…
Loose Constructionist
Federal government can take reasonable actions that the const…
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united states history to 1877 chapter 7
what time period introduced factories…
how did the Embargo Acts and the War o…
what became the center of the northern…
why did slavery decline in the North?
Industrial revolution
U.S. became self sufficient
Factories
no need for labor
what time period introduced factories…
Industrial revolution
how did the Embargo Acts and the War o…
U.S. became self sufficient
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Chapter 7: United State History - The Colonial Heritage
Juan Ponce de Leon
St. Augustine
John Cabot
Queen Elizabeth I
first European to reach what is now the U.S. mainland
first permanent European settlement in the New World; planted…
claimed part of North America for England in 1497
queen of England who gave people the freedom to read the Bibl…
Juan Ponce de Leon
first European to reach what is now the U.S. mainland
St. Augustine
first permanent European settlement in the New World; planted…
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History of the United States Unit 3 Chapter 7
Benjamin Banneker
Pierre-Charles L'Enfant
Albert Gallatin
Barbary pirates
free black mathematician and scientist, worked to lay out and…
French major who became the architect for the American capital
Swiss-born financier from Pennsylvania who became Jefferson's…
sent by Arab rulers to seize ships on the Mediterranean and h…
Benjamin Banneker
free black mathematician and scientist, worked to lay out and…
Pierre-Charles L'Enfant
French major who became the architect for the American capital
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United States History HON Chapter 7 Terms List
Republicanism
Radical Whigs
Mercantilism
Admiralty Courts
All citizens willingly work towards the common good, which tr…
The Radical Whigs was a group of British political commentato…
An economic theory that closely linked a nation's political a…
Used to try offenders for violating the various Navigation Ac…
Republicanism
All citizens willingly work towards the common good, which tr…
Radical Whigs
The Radical Whigs was a group of British political commentato…
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The History of Our United States Chapter 7
house-raising
homespun
town criers
circuit-riding preachers
a time when all the neighbors got together to help a new sett…
rough, gray material made by early colonists
men who were paid by the town to wander about the streets and…
men who traveled on horseback throughout the South, preaching…
house-raising
a time when all the neighbors got together to help a new sett…
homespun
rough, gray material made by early colonists
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Chapter 7: History of Education in the United States
action-oriented listening style
content-oriented listening style
critical listening
evaluating
a style that reflects a preference for error-free and well-or…
a style that reflects an interest in detailed and complex inf…
listening skills that are useful in a wide variety of situati…
assessing your reaction to a message
action-oriented listening style
a style that reflects a preference for error-free and well-or…
content-oriented listening style
a style that reflects an interest in detailed and complex inf…
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Chapter 7 making America The History of the United States
The right to vote
1777
1781
1781
1776 oversight in New Jersey Constitution gives property hold…
In what year did Congress adopt the Articles of Confederation
In what year did the states finally ratify the Articles of Co…
In what year did Cornwallis surrender at Yorktown
The right to vote
1776 oversight in New Jersey Constitution gives property hold…
1777
In what year did Congress adopt the Articles of Confederation
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AP United States History Chapter 7 Key Terms
Thomas Jefferson
Louisiana Purchase
War Hawks
Henry Clay
He limited central govt, reduced size of military, eliminated…
Jefferson bought land from Mississippi to Missouri rivers, pu…
KY, TN, OH young congressmen in 1810 who wanted to go to war…
Congressman from Kentucky. He developed the American System w…
Thomas Jefferson
He limited central govt, reduced size of military, eliminated…
Louisiana Purchase
Jefferson bought land from Mississippi to Missouri rivers, pu…
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Chapter 7 The United States
bilingual
Great Lakes
Washington, D.C.
colony
people who speak two languages
five lakes that form an important waterway for trade with Can…
city that is part of the megalopolis in the Northeast
a territory inhabited and controlled by people in a foreign l…
bilingual
people who speak two languages
Great Lakes
five lakes that form an important waterway for trade with Can…
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History Alive United States Through Industrialism Chapter 7
When was the battle at Trenton
What were the British doing at the bat…
Who did the British hire to fight with…
How did the continentals win the battl…
Christmas
Eating a Christmas feast
Hessians
suprise
When was the battle at Trenton
Christmas
What were the British doing at the bat…
Eating a Christmas feast
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History Chapter 7- Governing the United States
Government Bond
Speculator
Capitalism
Profit
Interest-Bearing government loan certificate
Person who makes high-risk investments
Economic philosophy based on competition in the production of…
Gain resulting from sales of goods and services
Government Bond
Interest-Bearing government loan certificate
Speculator
Person who makes high-risk investments
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United States History Chapter 7 and 8
turnpike
national road
erie canal
industrial revolution
road that makes users pay a toll
road built by the federal government in the early 1800's that…
canal completed in 1825 that connected Lake Erie to the Hudso…
shift from manual labor to mechanized work that begins in Gre…
turnpike
road that makes users pay a toll
national road
road built by the federal government in the early 1800's that…
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7th Grade United States history chapter 7
Electoral College
Precedent
Judiciary Act of 1789
National Debt
Body of electors who represent the people's vote in choosing…
An action or decision that later serves as an example for our…
This act created three levels of federal courts and defined t…
Money owed the the United States;it is important because it s…
Electoral College
Body of electors who represent the people's vote in choosing…
Precedent
An action or decision that later serves as an example for our…
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History of Education in the United States chapter 7
What Were the Major Influences, Issues…
Erasmus (1466-1536)
Luther (1483-1546)
Calvin (1509-1564)
male children only; dame schools-taught in the home of respec…
need for systematic training of teachers; liberal arts educat…
Education necessary for religious instruction; education shou…
Education serves religious and political establishments; elem…
What Were the Major Influences, Issues…
male children only; dame schools-taught in the home of respec…
Erasmus (1466-1536)
need for systematic training of teachers; liberal arts educat…
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Chapter 7 United States
Plantation
Tributary
Rocky Mountains
continental divide
A large farm that grows mainly one crop.
Small stream or river that flows into a larger river.
Mountain range in the western United States.
An area of high ground that divides the flow of rivers toward…
Plantation
A large farm that grows mainly one crop.
Tributary
Small stream or river that flows into a larger river.
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Vocabulary: Chapter 7 "The United States and Latin America"
Western Hemisphere
stable
government
isthmus
the western half of the earth. It includes North America and…
not easily changed; ... steady; constant
A group of people who keep law and order and make laws.
A narrow strip of land connecting two larger land areas
Western Hemisphere
the western half of the earth. It includes North America and…
stable
not easily changed; ... steady; constant
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UCEC United States History Chapter 7 Review (Nationalism and Sectionalism)
turnpikes
National Road
Robert Fulton
Erie Canal
roads for which users had to pay a toll
road built by the federal government in the early 1800s that…
invented tie first commercially successful steamboat called T…
linked Lake Erie to the Hudson River and lowered shipping cos…
turnpikes
roads for which users had to pay a toll
National Road
road built by the federal government in the early 1800s that…
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Abeka 11th grade United States History chapter 7
John Dickinson
Daniel Shays
Alexander Hamilton
James Madison
Led committee in the proposition of the Articles of Confedera…
A former military officer who led an army of farmers and debt…
From New York (1757-1804); participated in urging the Annapol…
From Virginia (1751-1836); participated in urging the Annapol…
John Dickinson
Led committee in the proposition of the Articles of Confedera…
Daniel Shays
A former military officer who led an army of farmers and debt…
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History Alive United States Through Industrialism Chapter 7
When was the battle at Trenton
What were the British doing at the bat…
Who did the British hire to fight with…
How did the continentals win the battl…
Christmas
Eating a Christmas feast
Hessians
suprise
When was the battle at Trenton
Christmas
What were the British doing at the bat…
Eating a Christmas feast
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United States History: Chapter 7 - Balancing Nationalism and Sectionalism
What were the five factors of industri…
______________ was known as the "Fathe…
____________ mass produced muskets wit…
Sectionalism
Knowledge of factories (how to produce products), capitalists…
Samuel Slater
Eli Whitney
Placing interests of one's own region or section of the count…
What were the five factors of industri…
Knowledge of factories (how to produce products), capitalists…
______________ was known as the "Fathe…
Samuel Slater
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United States History Chapter 20
Henry Ford
mass production
Model T
scientific management
United States manufacturer of automobiles who pioneered mass…
Process of making large quantities of a product quickly and c…
A cheap and simple car designed by Ford. It allowed for more…
a management theory using efficiency experts to examine each…
Henry Ford
United States manufacturer of automobiles who pioneered mass…
mass production
Process of making large quantities of a product quickly and c…
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History Alive! The United States Though Industrialism Chapter 7 Pretest
Mercenaries
Strategy
Blockade
Guerrillas
professional soldiers who fight for anyone who will pay them
an overall plan (like winning a war)
a closing off of an area to keep people or supplies from goin…
soldiers who operate on their own and aren't part of a regula…
Mercenaries
professional soldiers who fight for anyone who will pay them
Strategy
an overall plan (like winning a war)
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Chapter 7: United State History - The Colonial Heritage
Juan Ponce de Leon
St. Augustine
John Cabot
Queen Elizabeth I
first European to reach what is now the U.S. mainland
first permanent European settlement in the New World; planted…
claimed part of North America for England in 1497
queen of England who gave people the freedom to read the Bibl…
Juan Ponce de Leon
first European to reach what is now the U.S. mainland
St. Augustine
first permanent European settlement in the New World; planted…
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