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History Vocabulary (Absolutism, English Civil War)
Versailles
Intendants
Huguenots
Louis XIII
Magnificent palace of Louis XIV
Government agents who collected tax and administered justice
French Protestants
Henry of Navarre's son, was a weak king but had a strong mini…
Versailles
Magnificent palace of Louis XIV
Intendants
Government agents who collected tax and administered justice
12 terms
History - english civil war
What years spanned personal rule?
When did Charles dismiss the first par…
Give examples of taxes Charles took, w…
When was the Cadiz expedition and what…
1625-1640
- dismissed parliament first in 1626
- ship money, 1634: took money annually from not only coastal…
1626, Buckingham created a financial disaster and parliament…
What years spanned personal rule?
1625-1640
When did Charles dismiss the first par…
- dismissed parliament first in 1626
38 terms
US History Civil War Vocabulary
13th Amendment
14th Amendment
15th Amendment
Black Codes
Abolished Slavery
1) Citizenship for African Americans, 2) Repeal of 3/5 Compro…
Citizens cannot be denied the right to vote because of race,…
Laws denying most legal rights to newly freed slaves; passed…
13th Amendment
Abolished Slavery
14th Amendment
1) Citizenship for African Americans, 2) Repeal of 3/5 Compro…
6 terms
History: English civil War
The english civil war
Oliver Cromwell
Charles I
Charles II
(Puritan Revolution; great Rebellion) -1642-1649 Cavaliers: s…
Leader of the Roundheads, executed Charles I
First king to be tried and executed by his own people
After Cromwell's Puritan rule he was placed back on the throne
The english civil war
(Puritan Revolution; great Rebellion) -1642-1649 Cavaliers: s…
Oliver Cromwell
Leader of the Roundheads, executed Charles I
6 terms
History: English civil war
The English Civil War
Oliver Cromwell
Charles I
Charles II
1642-1649 Cavaliers: supported the king. Roundheads, puritans…
Leader of the Roundheads, executed Charles I
First king to be tried and executed by his own people
After Cromwell's Puritan rule he was placed back on the throne
The English Civil War
1642-1649 Cavaliers: supported the king. Roundheads, puritans…
Oliver Cromwell
Leader of the Roundheads, executed Charles I
History (English civil war)
What was the petition of right?
Who fought in the English civil war ?
What was the result of the civil war?
Why was it significant that Charles go…
Parliament made ... Charles I sign it to agree that the king had…
The royalists and parliamentarians
Charles got executed for treason
A king has never been executed or faced public trial
What was the petition of right?
Parliament made ... Charles I sign it to agree that the king had…
Who fought in the English civil war ?
The royalists and parliamentarians
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The English Civil War | HISTORY
What religion did Charles I follow?
Who did Charles 1 marry?
What was the name of the tax that Char…
What were the Nineteen Propositions?
He was a Catholic.
Henrietta Maria - a Roman Catholic princess from France.
Ship Money.
A set of demands designed to limit Charles' power written by…
What religion did Charles I follow?
He was a Catholic.
Who did Charles 1 marry?
Henrietta Maria - a Roman Catholic princess from France.
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World History English Civil War
Elizabeth
King James I
Charles I
Petition of Right
No children. No one to rule afterwards, so she chose her cous…
Ruled England and Scotland. Struggled with parliament over mo…
Always needed money constantly at war with Spain and France.…
•No imprisoning subjects without due cause •Can't levy taxes…
Elizabeth
No children. No one to rule afterwards, so she chose her cous…
King James I
Ruled England and Scotland. Struggled with parliament over mo…
14 terms
History- Civil War Vocabulary
Confederacy
civil war
habeas corpus
Gettysburg Address
Another name for the the Confederate States of America, made…
a war between opposing groups of citizens from the same count…
the right of an accused person to appear in court so a judge…
a speech by Abraham Lincoln in 1863 at the site of the Battle…
Confederacy
Another name for the the Confederate States of America, made…
civil war
a war between opposing groups of citizens from the same count…
13 terms
History English civil war
When did charles come to the throne?
What year did charles dissolve parliam…
When did charles demand ship money?
When did charles recall parliament
1625
1629
1635
1640
When did charles come to the throne?
1625
What year did charles dissolve parliam…
1629
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History English civil war
Who were the supporters of the king du…
Who were the supporters of Parliament…
When did the English Civil war take pl…
What was the reasons for the English C…
The Royalists also known as the cavaliers.
The Roundheads... (Many of them had their hair cut short)
1642-
Money,religion & power
Who were the supporters of the king du…
The Royalists also known as the cavaliers.
Who were the supporters of Parliament…
The Roundheads... (Many of them had their hair cut short)
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world history English civil war
puritans
Cavaliers / Roundheads
Oliver Cromwell
Charles 1
people fighting for Parlimentary rights
people who were loyal to Charles 1
Leader of Puritans
King who dissolved parliament because they refused to give hi…
puritans
people fighting for Parlimentary rights
Cavaliers / Roundheads
people who were loyal to Charles 1
History of Civilization - English Kings
Alfred
Canute the Dane
William the Conqueror
Henry I
1st Great King, Anglo Saxon Chronicle
Viking King
Census/Doomsday book, Abolished Witan, replaced with the Grea…
Common Law, Trial by jury
Alfred
1st Great King, Anglo Saxon Chronicle
Canute the Dane
Viking King
History - English civil war keywords
Treason
Monarch
Parliament
Regicide
the offense of acting to overthrow one's government or to har…
One who reigns over a state or territory, usually for life an…
British leaders
The act of killing a king
Treason
the offense of acting to overthrow one's government or to har…
Monarch
One who reigns over a state or territory, usually for life an…
12 terms
English Civil War: history 120
Charles 1
House of Commons
Oliver Cromwell
Roundheads/ New model Army
- Married a french-catholic... -loved arts & religious... -not atte…
Puritans demanded a voice in government.... - Parliament sent ho…
Led the parliament rebels in the Bishops war. Later seen as t…
Fought against the "cavaliers" or King supporters. The King s…
Charles 1
- Married a french-catholic... -loved arts & religious... -not atte…
House of Commons
Puritans demanded a voice in government.... - Parliament sent ho…
24 terms
ACCESS History Vocabulary: Civil War
illegal
proslavery
antislavery
battle
does not follow the law
wanted slavery
against slavery
a fight in a war
illegal
does not follow the law
proslavery
wanted slavery
11 terms
AP European History - English Civil War
Roundheads and Cavaliers
Charles I
James I
Star Chamber Courts
Were supporters of Parliament including non-Angelican Protest…
Stuart son of James I and King of England, 1625-49. Beheaded…
Son of Mary Queen of Scots. Ruled England and Scotland togeth…
Special courts under England's James I designed to punish pol…
Roundheads and Cavaliers
Were supporters of Parliament including non-Angelican Protest…
Charles I
Stuart son of James I and King of England, 1625-49. Beheaded…
History AS- English Civil War
What did James see England as?
How did James view the monarchy?
How had Elizabeth handled finances?
What did Puritans think of James' acce…
The land of milk and honey
He believed in the divine right of kings but did not seek an…
-She had been very careful with finances... - There was some deb…
They hoped that he would further reform the church- he had co…
What did James see England as?
The land of milk and honey
How did James view the monarchy?
He believed in the divine right of kings but did not seek an…
English; civil War Vocabulary
Acclivity
Adorn
Aeolian
Anarchy
An upward slope
To make beautiful or attractive
relating to Aeolus Greek God of wind because "Aeolian harps"…
Absence of rule or order; disorder and confusion
Acclivity
An upward slope
Adorn
To make beautiful or attractive
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History - Civil War Vocabulary
Bull Run
Abraham Lincoln
Anaconda Plan
Clara Barton
The First Battle of Bull Run (also known as the First Manassa…
Was the 16th president of the USA. Was remembered for his vit…
Proposed by Winfield Scott. Emphasized the blockade of the So…
A pioneering nurse who founded the American Red Cross. Was a…
Bull Run
The First Battle of Bull Run (also known as the First Manassa…
Abraham Lincoln
Was the 16th president of the USA. Was remembered for his vit…
23 terms
English Civil War Vocabulary
Civic Virtue
Monarchies
Monarchs
Absolutism
morality or a standard of righteous behavior in relationship…
a form of government with a monarch at the head
a sovereign head of state, especially a king, a queen, or emp…
a political theory that absolute power should be vested in on…
Civic Virtue
morality or a standard of righteous behavior in relationship…
Monarchies
a form of government with a monarch at the head
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History vocabulary civil rights
13th admendment
Black codes
Civil rights act of 1866
14th admendment
1865 slavery and involuntary servitude are abolished, outlawed
1865 to 1866 laws passed in the south just after Civil War to…
1866 granted citizenship to African-Americans they have the s…
1868 included slaves and their descendants in the definition…
13th admendment
1865 slavery and involuntary servitude are abolished, outlawed
Black codes
1865 to 1866 laws passed in the south just after Civil War to…
History: The Civil War Vocabulary
Nationalism
Militarism
The Causes of the Civil War
Franz Ferdinand
The belief that people who share a common culture, language,…
The glorification of the military
Militarism, Alliances, Imperialism, Nationalism
Heir to the Austria-Hungarian throne. Was assassinated by Gav…
Nationalism
The belief that people who share a common culture, language,…
Militarism
The glorification of the military
World History;English Civil War
What does the Magna Carta establish?
Was Oliver Cromwell a Roundhead or a C…
Why did many English protestants fear…
What is the Glorious Revolution?
That nobody, even the king, was above the law
Roundhead
They thought he would restore the Roman Catholic Church
When James fled to France and William and Mary took control
What does the Magna Carta establish?
That nobody, even the king, was above the law
Was Oliver Cromwell a Roundhead or a C…
Roundhead
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English Civil War Vocabulary
Queen Elizabeth I
King James I
King Charles I
Petition of Right
She collected large increments of debt within her reign. Addi…
He inherited Queen Elizabeth I's debt. He also experienced ma…
He did not have enough funds, and was forced to sign the Peti…
Taxes may not be imposed amongst the people without the appro…
Queen Elizabeth I
She collected large increments of debt within her reign. Addi…
King James I
He inherited Queen Elizabeth I's debt. He also experienced ma…
World History English Civil War
KIng v Parliament, James I- Predecessors
King v Parliament, James I- Divine Right
King v Parliament, James I- Parliament
King v Parliament, James I- Parliament…
James' predecessors, the Tudors, had established a working re…
James I believed that his right to rule came straight from God
Parliament had three quarrels with the king
James I wanted to force the Puritans (English Calvinists) out…
KIng v Parliament, James I- Predecessors
James' predecessors, the Tudors, had established a working re…
King v Parliament, James I- Divine Right
James I believed that his right to rule came straight from God
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US History Civil Vocabulary
David Farragut
George McClellan
Ulysses S. Grant
Stonewall Jackson
Union general. Wins the battle at New Orleans. Navy commander
General of the North. Awful general that is too cautious. Fir…
Loses the battle of Shiloh
Gets the nickname from the Battle of Bull Run
David Farragut
Union general. Wins the battle at New Orleans. Navy commander
George McClellan
General of the North. Awful general that is too cautious. Fir…
11 terms
English 8 Civil Rights Vocabulary
civil disobedience
civil rights
colored
desegregation
deliberate refusal to obey laws as a nonviolent protest
the freedoms and rights a person may have as a member of a co…
another term for a person of black or African American descent
the act of breaking down the barriers separating ethnic groups
civil disobedience
deliberate refusal to obey laws as a nonviolent protest
civil rights
the freedoms and rights a person may have as a member of a co…
History: Civil War Vocabulary
abolitionist
attrition warfare
agriculture
blockade
someone who wanted to end slavery
a military strat based on wearing down your enemy to the poin…
the practice of growing crops or raising animals, farming
to obstruct or prevent access to something
abolitionist
someone who wanted to end slavery
attrition warfare
a military strat based on wearing down your enemy to the poin…
10 terms
American History: Civil War Vocabulary
Emancipation
Hardtack
Siege
Thirteenth Amendment
the act or process of freeing enslaved people
a hard biscuit made of wheat and flower
a military blockade of a city fortified place to force it to…
this Amendment outlawed slavery
Emancipation
the act or process of freeing enslaved people
Hardtack
a hard biscuit made of wheat and flower
History - Civil War Vocabulary
Bull Run
Abraham Lincoln
Anaconda Plan
Clara Barton
the First Battle of Bull Run (also known as the First Manassa…
the 16th president of the USA. Was remembered as the leader i…
Proposed by Winfield Scott, it was the union plan to win the…
A pioneering nurse who founded the American Red Cross and was…
Bull Run
the First Battle of Bull Run (also known as the First Manassa…
Abraham Lincoln
the 16th president of the USA. Was remembered as the leader i…
15 terms
History Alive Civil War Vocabulary
Civil War
North
South
home front
The war that divided America in the 1860's. The war was fough…
The region of the United States where slavery was not permitt…
The region of the United States where slavery was permitted d…
In a war, the area away from the fighting. People here can he…
Civil War
The war that divided America in the 1860's. The war was fough…
North
The region of the United States where slavery was not permitt…
The English Civil War - World History
Parliament
The Tudors
The Stuarts
James I
The legislative body of England... Primary function was to rais…
Henry, Mary, and Elizabeth... Knew how to work with their Parli…
Kings of Scotland... Invited to take the throne of England... Fir…
First James to rule England, but the sixth James to rule Scot…
Parliament
The legislative body of England... Primary function was to rais…
The Tudors
Henry, Mary, and Elizabeth... Knew how to work with their Parli…
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History English Civil-American Revolution
Renaissance
Reformation
Age of Exploration
geocentric theory
a "rebirth" of learning
challenged accepted ways of thinking about God and the power…
an age of new discoveries fuel the sciences
an idea that said that the earth was immovable and at the cen…
Renaissance
a "rebirth" of learning
Reformation
challenged accepted ways of thinking about God and the power…
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history define english civil war
divine right of the kings
martial law
Great Migration
Short parliment
monarchs took their power directly from God and their power i…
temporary military rule with limitation on individuals rights
mass exodus of the Puritans going to America
Charles I dissolved Parliament after 3 weeks
divine right of the kings
monarchs took their power directly from God and their power i…
martial law
temporary military rule with limitation on individuals rights
21 terms
History Civil War Vocabulary
Abolitionist
Artillery
Battery
Border State
a person who actively works to end slavery
The troops in charge of cannons
Group of 4-6 cannons
Slave-holding states that didn't secede: Delaware, Kentucky,…
Abolitionist
a person who actively works to end slavery
Artillery
The troops in charge of cannons
7 terms
"The Civil War" History Vocabulary
Ordinance
Confederacy
Blockade
Border states
A law enacted by city or county effecting local affairs such…
Name given to the southern states during the Civil War the of…
Use of military forces to isolate enemy territories such as h…
Slave holding states that bordered the free states and did no…
Ordinance
A law enacted by city or county effecting local affairs such…
Confederacy
Name given to the southern states during the Civil War the of…
English vocabulary civil war
Advocate
Criteria
Fundamental
Principle
To argue in favor of something, support a cause
A set of standards or requirements
Basic, foundational, essential
Belief or value
Advocate
To argue in favor of something, support a cause
Criteria
A set of standards or requirements
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English Civil War History Test
Henry VIII
Charles II
David Cameron
Elizabeth I
English king that left the catholic church and started the Ch…
King of England (1660-1685) ruled during the Restoration, a p…
Prime Minister of Great Britian
Queen of England from 1558 to 1603,restored Protestantism to…
Henry VIII
English king that left the catholic church and started the Ch…
Charles II
King of England (1660-1685) ruled during the Restoration, a p…
24 terms
History - Civil War Vocabulary
Bull Run
Abraham Lincoln
Anaconda Plan
Clara Barton
The First Battle of Bull Run (also known as the First Manassa…
Was the 16th president of the USA. Was remembered for his vit…
Proposed by Winfield Scott. Emphasized the blockade of the So…
A pioneering nurse who founded the American Red Cross. Was a…
Bull Run
The First Battle of Bull Run (also known as the First Manassa…
Abraham Lincoln
Was the 16th president of the USA. Was remembered for his vit…
History Vocabulary Civil War
Sectionalism
Missouri Comprise
Compromise of 1850
Fugitive Slave Act
People began to view themselves as Northerners or Southerners…
Kept balance of power by admitting Missouri as a slave state…
Henry Clays plan that admitted California as a free state but…
Required all citizens to help catch runaways
Sectionalism
People began to view themselves as Northerners or Southerners…
Missouri Comprise
Kept balance of power by admitting Missouri as a slave state…
20 terms
History vocabulary Civil Rights
Brown vs BOE
Sit-in
Fannie Lou Hamer
Civil rights act of 1964
Supreme court case in which they declared state laws establis…
Any organized protest in which a group of people peacefully o…
American voting rights activist. Organized Mississippi's Free…
Legislation that outlawed discrimination based on race, color…
Brown vs BOE
Supreme court case in which they declared state laws establis…
Sit-in
Any organized protest in which a group of people peacefully o…
24 terms
History - Civil War Vocabulary
Bull Run
Abraham Lincoln
Anaconda Plan
Clara Barton
The First Battle of Bull Run (also known as the First Manassa…
Was the 16th president of the USA. Was remembered for his vit…
Proposed by Winfield Scott. Emphasized the blockade of the So…
A pioneering nurse who founded the American Red Cross. Was a…
Bull Run
The First Battle of Bull Run (also known as the First Manassa…
Abraham Lincoln
Was the 16th president of the USA. Was remembered for his vit…
History Vocabulary: Civil War
abolitionist
attrition warfare
agriculture
blockade
someone who wanted to end slavery
A military strategy based on wearing down your enemy to the p…
the practice of growing crops or raising animals, farming
to obstruct or prevent access to something
abolitionist
someone who wanted to end slavery
attrition warfare
A military strategy based on wearing down your enemy to the p…
history exam english civil war
the petition of of rights
cavaliers vs roundheads
restoration of the monarchy
Glorious revolution 1688
prohibited the king from raising the taxes without parliament…
cavaliers were the wealthy nobles who were proud of their plu…
also known as a republic
this was the overthrowing of the king of England.
the petition of of rights
prohibited the king from raising the taxes without parliament…
cavaliers vs roundheads
cavaliers were the wealthy nobles who were proud of their plu…
25 terms
english civil rights vocabulary
gauntlet
utopian
insipid
manacles
...
perfect
...
...
gauntlet
...
utopian
perfect
History- Civil War Vocabulary
Fugitive
Civil War
Union
Secede/ secession
someone running away trying to escape the law.
A war fought within a country, in the same country.
The northern government or army during the civil war.
The break away from something or with draw.
Fugitive
someone running away trying to escape the law.
Civil War
A war fought within a country, in the same country.
History civil war vocabulary
John Brown
Abraham Lincoln
Jefferson Davis
Robert E. Lee
white American abolitionist who believed armed insurrection w…
16th President of the United States, serving from March 1861…
American politician who was U.S. Representative and Senator f…
American soldier known for commanding the Confederate Army of…
John Brown
white American abolitionist who believed armed insurrection w…
Abraham Lincoln
16th President of the United States, serving from March 1861…
History Civil War Vocabulary
Abolitionist
Artillery
Battery
Border State
someone who is working to wipe out slavery
troops in charge of the cannons
4-6 cannons
states that were pro-slavery but stayed with the Union
Abolitionist
someone who is working to wipe out slavery
Artillery
troops in charge of the cannons
35 terms
English Civil War Vocabulary
Acclivity
Adorn
Aeolian
Anarchy
An upward slope
To make more beautiful or attractive
Relating to or arising from the action of the wind
A state of disorder due to absence of authority
Acclivity
An upward slope
Adorn
To make more beautiful or attractive
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