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US History, Chapter 3, Vocabulary-McGrawHill
gross national product (GNP)
resources
laissez-faire
practice
total value of goods and services produced by a country durin…
materials used in the production process, such as money, peop…
a policy that government should interfere as little as possib…
to do something repeatedly so it becomes the standard
gross national product (GNP)
total value of goods and services produced by a country durin…
resources
materials used in the production process, such as money, peop…
US History, Chapter 13, Vocabulary-McGrawHill
Satellite Nations
Iron Curtain
Containment
Limited War
nations politically and economically dominated or controlled…
the political and military barrier that isolated Soviet-contr…
the policy or process of preventing the expansion of a hostil…
a war fought with limited commitment of resources to achieve…
Satellite Nations
nations politically and economically dominated or controlled…
Iron Curtain
the political and military barrier that isolated Soviet-contr…
US History, Chapter 15, Vocabulary-McGrawHill
commentator
missile gap
reapportionment
arbitrary
one who comments, discusses, or reports in an expository mann…
a supposed shortage in the number of nuclear weapons possesse…
the method states use to draw up political districts based on…
existing or coming about seemingly at random or as an unfair…
commentator
one who comments, discusses, or reports in an expository mann…
missile gap
a supposed shortage in the number of nuclear weapons possesse…
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US History, Chapter 2, Vocabulary-McGrawHill
vigilance committee
hydraulic mining
open range
hacienda
group of ordinary citizens who organize to find criminals and…
method of mining by which water is sprayed at a very high pre…
vast areas of grassland owned by the federal government
a huge ranch
vigilance committee
group of ordinary citizens who organize to find criminals and…
hydraulic mining
method of mining by which water is sprayed at a very high pre…
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US History, Chapter 3, Vocabulary-McGrawHill
gross national product (GNP)
resources
laissez-faire
practice
total value of goods and services produced by a country durin…
materials used in the production process, such as money, peop…
a policy that government should interfere as little as possib…
to do something repeatedly so it becomes the standard
gross national product (GNP)
total value of goods and services produced by a country durin…
resources
materials used in the production process, such as money, peop…
US History, Chapter 10, Vocabulary-McGrawHill
Polio
Bank Holiday
Fireside Chats
Ideology
An acute infectious disease affecting the skeletal muscles, o…
Closing of banks during the great depression to avoid bank ru…
Radio broadcasts made by FDR to the American people to explai…
A system of thought that is held by an individual, group, or…
Polio
An acute infectious disease affecting the skeletal muscles, o…
Bank Holiday
Closing of banks during the great depression to avoid bank ru…
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US History, Chapter 1, Vocabulary-McGrawHill
temperance
emancipate
protective tariff
pillage
moderation in or abstinence from consuming alcohol
to set free or grant freedom to
a tax on imports designed to protect American Manufacturers
to loot or plunder
temperance
moderation in or abstinence from consuming alcohol
emancipate
to set free or grant freedom to
US History, Chapter 11, Vocabulary-McGrawHill
Fascism
Appeasement
Collective
Exploit
A political system headed by a dictator that calls for extrem…
Giving in to unjust demands in order to avoid all-out conflict
A farm, especially in Communist countries, formed from many s…
To take unfair advantage of
Fascism
A political system headed by a dictator that calls for extrem…
Appeasement
Giving in to unjust demands in order to avoid all-out conflict
US History, Chapter 9, Vocabulary-McGrawHill
bull market
speculation
margin
bank run
a long period of rising stock prices
act of buying stocks at great risk with the anticipation that…
buying a stock by paying only a fraction of the stock price a…
persistent and heavy demands by a bank's depositors, creditor…
bull market
a long period of rising stock prices
speculation
act of buying stocks at great risk with the anticipation that…
US History, Chapter 12, Vocabulary-McGrawHill
Cost-Plus
Rationing
Sunbelt
Victory Garden
A government contract to pay a manufacturer the cost to produ…
Restricting the amount of an item an individual can have due…
A new industrial region in Southern California and the deep S…
Garden planted by citizens during war to raise vegetables for…
Cost-Plus
A government contract to pay a manufacturer the cost to produ…
Rationing
Restricting the amount of an item an individual can have due…
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AP US History Vocabulary
Bacon's Rebellion
Tobacco
Chesapeake Bay
Half Way Covenant
William Berkeley the governor of Virginia lamented his lot as…
lucrative crop of the Chesapeake region;, The primary staple…
Where Virginia and Maryland colonies were located, much tobac…
Troubled ministers in 1662 announced a new formula for church…
Bacon's Rebellion
William Berkeley the governor of Virginia lamented his lot as…
Tobacco
lucrative crop of the Chesapeake region;, The primary staple…
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US History, Chapter 6, Vocabulary-McGrawHill
muckraker
direct primary
initiative
recall
a journalist who uncovers abuses and corruption in a society
a vote held by all members of a political party to decide the…
the right of citizens to place a measure or issue before the…
the right that enables voters to remove unsatisfactory electe…
muckraker
a journalist who uncovers abuses and corruption in a society
direct primary
a vote held by all members of a political party to decide the…
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US History, Chapter 1, Vocabulary-McGrawHill
temperance
emancipate
protective tariff
pillage
moderation in or abstinence from consuming alcohol
to set free or grant freedom to
a tax on imports designed to protect American Manufacturers
to loot or plunder
temperance
moderation in or abstinence from consuming alcohol
emancipate
to set free or grant freedom to
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AP US History - Chapter 24 Vocabulary
Triple Alliance
Triple Entente
conscription
Serbia
Germany, Austria-Hungary, and Italy (at first), Alliance betw…
France, Great Britain, and Russia (at first)
a military draft
Country seeking independence from Austria, supported by Russia
Triple Alliance
Germany, Austria-Hungary, and Italy (at first), Alliance betw…
Triple Entente
France, Great Britain, and Russia (at first)
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US History, Chapter 8, Vocabulary-McGrawHill
supply-side economics
cooperative individualism
isolationism
investigation
an economic theory that lower taxes will boost the economy as…
President Hoover's policy of encouraging manufacturers and di…
a national policy of avoiding involvement in world affairs
a systematic examination or official inquiry
supply-side economics
an economic theory that lower taxes will boost the economy as…
cooperative individualism
President Hoover's policy of encouraging manufacturers and di…
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US History, Chapter 5, Vocabulary-McGrawHill
imperialism
protectorates
expansion
Pan-Americanism
the actions used by one nation to exercise political or econo…
a country that is technically independent but is actually und…
the act or process of increasing or enlarging the extent, num…
the idea that the United States and Latin American nations sh…
imperialism
the actions used by one nation to exercise political or econo…
protectorates
a country that is technically independent but is actually und…
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US History, Chapter 4, Vocabulary-McGrawHill
immigrant
ethnic
nativism
incentive
one who enters and becomes established in a country other tha…
relating to large groups of people classed according to commo…
hostility toward immigrants by native-born people
something that motivates a person into action
immigrant
one who enters and becomes established in a country other tha…
ethnic
relating to large groups of people classed according to commo…
141 terms
AP US HISTORY VOCABULARY
Nation-state
Matrilinear
Confederacy
Primeval
The modern form of political society that combines central go…
Form of society where the family line, power, and wealth are…
An alliance or League nations or pplz looser than a federation
Concerning the earliest origin of things
Nation-state
The modern form of political society that combines central go…
Matrilinear
Form of society where the family line, power, and wealth are…
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AP US History Vocabulary
Mayflower Compact
Predestination
Visible Saints
Separatists
This document was not a constitution; was a simple agreement…
theory set up by John Calvin saying that God knew who was goi…
Those who sought the signs of conversion or the receipt of Go…
Pilgrims that started out in Holland in the 1620's who travel…
Mayflower Compact
This document was not a constitution; was a simple agreement…
Predestination
theory set up by John Calvin saying that God knew who was goi…
457 terms
AP US History Vocabulary
Abolitionists
Adams, Abigail
Allen, Richard
American Expeditionary Force
a person who favors the abolition of a practice or institutio…
Abigail Adams was the wife of John Adams, the first Vice Pres…
Richard Allen was a minister, educator, writer, and one of Am…
The American Expeditionary Forces (AEF) consisted of the Unit…
Abolitionists
a person who favors the abolition of a practice or institutio…
Adams, Abigail
Abigail Adams was the wife of John Adams, the first Vice Pres…
193 terms
AP US History Vocabulary
1. Jamestown
2. John Smith
3. John Rolfe
4. Virginia House of Burgesses
The first successful English colony. Founded in 1607.
Helped found and govern Jamestown. His leadership and strict…
He was one of the English settlers at Jamestown (and he marri…
1619 - the first legislative body in colonial America. Later…
1. Jamestown
The first successful English colony. Founded in 1607.
2. John Smith
Helped found and govern Jamestown. His leadership and strict…
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AP US History Vocabulary
Protestant Reformation
Spanish Armada
Primogeniture
House of Burgesses
Religious conflict, moreover, disrupted England in midcentury…
(1588) In this battle Phillip II tried to attack England but…
Laws of primogeniture decreed that only eldest sons were elig…
Representative self government was also born in Virginia in t…
Protestant Reformation
Religious conflict, moreover, disrupted England in midcentury…
Spanish Armada
(1588) In this battle Phillip II tried to attack England but…
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AP US History Vocabulary
Embargo Act
Louisiana Purchase Treaty
Non-Intercourse Act
Chesapeake Incident
The Embargo Act of 1807 was a law passed by Congress forbiddi…
In 1803 Thomas Jefferson purchased 828,000 square miles of la…
was a watered down version of Jefferson's embargo aimed solel…
An incident that happened on June 22, 1807. Britain's determi…
Embargo Act
The Embargo Act of 1807 was a law passed by Congress forbiddi…
Louisiana Purchase Treaty
In 1803 Thomas Jefferson purchased 828,000 square miles of la…
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AP US History Vocabulary
Mayflower Compact
Predestination
Visible Saints
Separatists
This document was not a constitution; was a simple agreement…
theory set up by John Calvin saying that God knew who was goi…
Those who sought the signs of conversion or the receipt of Go…
Pilgrims that started out in Holland in the 1620's who travel…
Mayflower Compact
This document was not a constitution; was a simple agreement…
Predestination
theory set up by John Calvin saying that God knew who was goi…
171 terms
AP US History Vocabulary
Pueblo
Iroquois
Smallpox
Mestiza
Name for the Native Americans of southwestern United States t…
Confederation of Indian tribes living in Northeastern U.S.
Infectious disease brought to American by the Spanish. Devast…
Mixed European and American Indian
Pueblo
Name for the Native Americans of southwestern United States t…
Iroquois
Confederation of Indian tribes living in Northeastern U.S.
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AP US History Vocabulary
Protestant Reformation
Spanish Armada
Primogeniture
House of Burgesses
Religious conflict, moreover, disrupted England in midcentury…
(1588) In this battle Phillip II tried to attack England but…
Laws of primogeniture decreed that only eldest sons were elig…
Representative self government was also born in Virginia in t…
Protestant Reformation
Religious conflict, moreover, disrupted England in midcentury…
Spanish Armada
(1588) In this battle Phillip II tried to attack England but…
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AP US History Vocabulary
Colombian Exchange
European Colonies in North Americs
Mercantilism
Jamestown
A period of cultural and biological exchanges between the New…
France, Britain Canadian Colonies, Denmark, Netherlands, Norw…
Belief in the benefits of profitable trading, commercialism
A settlement in the colony of Virginia that was the first per…
Colombian Exchange
A period of cultural and biological exchanges between the New…
European Colonies in North Americs
France, Britain Canadian Colonies, Denmark, Netherlands, Norw…
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AP US History Vocabulary
Abolitionist Movement
Abolitionists
Abigail Adams
Jane Addams
first aimed to stop the slave trade, but eventually supported…
a person who advocated or supported the abolition of slavery…
Abigail Adams was the wife of second president John Adams. Sh…
a middle-class woman dedicated to uplifting the urban masses;…
Abolitionist Movement
first aimed to stop the slave trade, but eventually supported…
Abolitionists
a person who advocated or supported the abolition of slavery…
111 terms
AP US History Vocabulary
Abolitionists
American Indians
American Revolution
American system
People who favor the abolition of a practice or institution,…
Members of any of the indigenous peoples of North, Central, a…
The war of 1775-83 in which the American colonists won indepe…
The policy of promoting industry in the U.S. by adoption of a…
Abolitionists
People who favor the abolition of a practice or institution,…
American Indians
Members of any of the indigenous peoples of North, Central, a…
77 terms
AP US History Vocabulary
American Expeditionary Force
American System
Articles of Confederation
Axis Powers
American force of 14,500 that landed in France in June 1917 u…
The program of government subsidies favored by Henry Clay to…
First structure of newly-freed US government, set up loose co…
Opponents of US and Allies during World War II (Germany, Japa…
American Expeditionary Force
American force of 14,500 that landed in France in June 1917 u…
American System
The program of government subsidies favored by Henry Clay to…
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AP US History Vocabulary
Protestant Reformation
Spanish Armada
Primogeniture
House of Burgesses
Religious conflict, moreover, disrupted England in midcentury…
(1588) In this battle Phillip II tried to attack England but…
Laws of primogeniture decreed that only eldest sons were elig…
Representative self government was also born in Virginia in t…
Protestant Reformation
Religious conflict, moreover, disrupted England in midcentury…
Spanish Armada
(1588) In this battle Phillip II tried to attack England but…
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US History, Chapter 8, Vocabulary-McGrawHill
supply-side economics
cooperative individualism
isolationism
investigation
an economic theory that lower taxes will boost the economy as…
President Hoover's policy of encouraging manufacturers and di…
a national policy of avoiding involvement in world affairs
a systematic examination or official inquiry
supply-side economics
an economic theory that lower taxes will boost the economy as…
cooperative individualism
President Hoover's policy of encouraging manufacturers and di…
AP us history vocabulary
Virginia company
Joint-stock company
Jamestown
John Rolfe
A group is private investors that established the first perma…
This type of company is a business in which investors share i…
The first permanent English settlement, founded in 1607
His marriage to Pocahontas haloed to decrease tensions betwee…
Virginia company
A group is private investors that established the first perma…
Joint-stock company
This type of company is a business in which investors share i…
AP US History Vocabulary
Primogeniture
Entail
Lost colony of Roanoke
Joint-Stock Company
the right of succession belonging to the firstborn child, esp…
a settlement of the inheritance of property over a number of…
...
...
Primogeniture
the right of succession belonging to the firstborn child, esp…
Entail
a settlement of the inheritance of property over a number of…
13 terms
AP US History vocabulary
South Carolina
Martial Law
Harper's Ferry
Virginia
First state to secede from the Union
Military rule
Site of John Browns raid that was a turning point for the south
State where the Confederate capital was established
South Carolina
First state to secede from the Union
Martial Law
Military rule
20 terms
AP US History Vocabulary
Canadain shield
Incas
Aztecs
Nation state
1st part of Noth American landmass
Natives to Peru
Natives to Mexico
Complex population
Canadain shield
1st part of Noth American landmass
Incas
Natives to Peru
162 terms
AP US History Vocabulary
Abolitionist Movement
Abolitionists
Jane Addams
John Adams
The Abolition Movement was an anti-slavery movement that happ…
People who favor the abolition of a practice or institution,…
-Cofounded the Chicago Hull House... -Involved in Immigrants Pro…
-2nd President of the United States... -1st Vice President of th…
Abolitionist Movement
The Abolition Movement was an anti-slavery movement that happ…
Abolitionists
People who favor the abolition of a practice or institution,…
13 terms
AP US History Vocabulary
Abolitionists
Adams, Abigail
Allen, Richard
American Expeditionary Force
a person who favors the abolition of a practice or institutio…
Wife of second president. Period 3
Richard Allen was a minister, educator, writer, and one of Am…
The American Expeditionary Forces (AEF) consisted of the Unit…
Abolitionists
a person who favors the abolition of a practice or institutio…
Adams, Abigail
Wife of second president. Period 3
41 terms
AP US History Vocabulary
A. Mitchell Palmer
Nicola Sacco & Bartolomeo Vanzetti
John Dewey
Henry Ford
American lawyer, legislator, and US attorney general whose hi…
talian-born anarchists who were convicted of murder
American philosopher, psychologist, and educational reformer…
American industrialist, the founder of the Ford Motor Company…
A. Mitchell Palmer
American lawyer, legislator, and US attorney general whose hi…
Nicola Sacco & Bartolomeo Vanzetti
talian-born anarchists who were convicted of murder
268 terms
AP US History Vocabulary
Abolitionists ... P.2
Adams, Abigail... P.2-3
Allen, Richard... P.3-4
American Expeditionary Force... P.7
someone who favors the abolition of a practice or institution…
wife of John Adams and mother of John Quincy Adams
minister, educator, writer, and one of America's most active…
United States Armed Forces sent to Europe to help fight World…
Abolitionists ... P.2
someone who favors the abolition of a practice or institution…
Adams, Abigail... P.2-3
wife of John Adams and mother of John Quincy Adams
13 terms
AP US History Vocabulary
Salutary Neglect
Metacom's War
Pueblo Revolt
Headright System
British government tendency to allow the American colonists t…
1675 - A series of battles in New Hampshire between the colon…
1680 - Rebellion of Native Americans in Northwestern province…
Parcels of land consisting of about 50 acres which were given…
Salutary Neglect
British government tendency to allow the American colonists t…
Metacom's War
1675 - A series of battles in New Hampshire between the colon…
15 terms
AP US History Vocabulary
Protestant Reformation
Spanish Armada
Primogeniture
House of Burgesses
Religious conflict, moreover, disrupted England in midcentury…
(1588) In this battle Phillip II tried to attack England but…
Laws of primogeniture decreed that only eldest sons were elig…
Representative self government was also born in Virginia in t…
Protestant Reformation
Religious conflict, moreover, disrupted England in midcentury…
Spanish Armada
(1588) In this battle Phillip II tried to attack England but…
33 terms
AP US History Vocabulary
Autonomy (autonomous)
Capitalism
Civilization
Colony
The right or power to govern one self
An economic system based on private ownership on the means of…
Complex society with a permanent location, urban areas, speci…
A foreign territory ruled by a parent state
Autonomy (autonomous)
The right or power to govern one self
Capitalism
An economic system based on private ownership on the means of…
10 terms
AP US HISTORY VOCABULARY
Tribute
Protestant Reformation
Patriarchy
Republic
Practice of collecting goods from conquered peoples (Like tax…
The reform movement that began in 1517 with Martin Luther's c…
Power structure in which the males take over the household
A state without a monarch or prince that is governed by repre…
Tribute
Practice of collecting goods from conquered peoples (Like tax…
Protestant Reformation
The reform movement that began in 1517 with Martin Luther's c…
100 terms
AP US History Summer Vocabulary
Burned Over District
"Citie upon a hill..."
"Free Soil" Movement
"The Great Compromise"
The western and central regions of of New York where religiou…
Said by Winthrop: refers to the idea that the Puritan colonis…
The "Free Soil" party started this in Buffalo, New York. They…
Rolbert Sherman proposed two houses of senate: one that would…
Burned Over District
The western and central regions of of New York where religiou…
"Citie upon a hill..."
Said by Winthrop: refers to the idea that the Puritan colonis…
26 terms
US History, Chapter 8, Vocabulary-McGrawHill
supply-side economics
cooperative individualism
isolationism
investigation
an economic theory that lower taxes will boost the economy as…
President Hoover's policy of encouraging manufacturers and di…
a national policy of avoiding involvement in world affairs
a systematic examination or official inquiry
supply-side economics
an economic theory that lower taxes will boost the economy as…
cooperative individualism
President Hoover's policy of encouraging manufacturers and di…
66 terms
GVHS AP US History Chapter 12 vocabulary
Transcontinental Railroad
protective tariff
Treaty of Kanagawa
Burlingame Treaty
The railway line completed on May 10, 1869, that connected th…
A tax or duty on foreign producers of goods coming into or im…
An 1854 treaty that, in the wake of a show of military force…
An 1868 treaty that guaranteed the rights of U.S. missionarie…
Transcontinental Railroad
The railway line completed on May 10, 1869, that connected th…
protective tariff
A tax or duty on foreign producers of goods coming into or im…
24 terms
US History, Chapter 3, Vocabulary-McGrawHill
gross national product (GNP)
resources
laissez-faire
practice
total value of goods and services produced by a country durin…
materials used in the production process, such as money, peop…
a policy that government should interfere as little as possib…
to do something repeatedly so it becomes the standard
gross national product (GNP)
total value of goods and services produced by a country durin…
resources
materials used in the production process, such as money, peop…
16 terms
US History, Chapter 5, Vocabulary-McGrawHill
imperialism
protectorates
expansion
Pan-Americanism
the actions used by one nation to exercise political or econo…
a country that is technically independent but is actually und…
the act or process of increasing or enlarging the extent, num…
the idea that the United States and Latin American nations sh…
imperialism
the actions used by one nation to exercise political or econo…
protectorates
a country that is technically independent but is actually und…
14 terms
AP US History Vocabulary
Historiography
Chronology
Identify
Assess
the writing of history based on the critical examination of s…
location of historical events in time
to know or list basic information
to determine the importance, size, or value of something (How…
Historiography
the writing of history based on the critical examination of s…
Chronology
location of historical events in time
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