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Title: US History A


1
US History A
  • Final Exam Review

2
Know the Following
  • Location of territories added to the US and
    when/why they were added.
  • See your map on Manifest Destiny.
  • Be able to name the 13 original colonies.

3
Be familiar with these dates
  • 1492 Columbus discovers America
  • 1607 Jamestown established
  • 1763 End of French and Indian War
  • 1775 American Revolution begins
  • 1776 Declaration of Independence
  • 1783 American Revolution ends
  • 1788 Constitution ratified

4
Be familiar with these dates
  • 1803 Louisiana Purchase
  • 1812-1815 War of 1812
  • 1830 1850 Age of Reform
  • 1846-1848 War with Mexico
  • 1861-1865 Civil War
  • 1865-1876 Reconstruction
  • 1876-1900 New Industrial Age
  • 1876-1915 Age of Immigration

5
  • Colonist who worked for a specified number of
    years in exchange for paid passage to America

6
Indentured Servant
  • Colonist who worked for a specified number of
    years in exchange for paid passage to America

7
  • Site of the first permanent English settlement

8
Jamestown
  • Site of the first permanent English settlement

9
  • Columbus believed he had reached the East Indies

10
How American Indians were named
  • Columbus believed he had reached the East Indies

11
  • What motivated Europeans to explore the world in
    the 15th and 16th centuries?

12
God, gold and glory
  • What motivated Europeans to explore the world in
    the 15th and 16th centuries?

13
  • These people migrated to New England in order to
    escape religious persecution.

14
Puritans
  • These people migrated to New England in order to
    escape religious persecution.

15
  • City where the British killed 5 colonists and
    where the colonists poured the taxed tea into the
    Harbor.

16
Boston, Massachusetts
  • City where the British killed 5 colonists and
    where the colonists poured the taxed tea into the
    Harbor.

17
  • Site where the first shots of the American
    Revolution were fired.

18
Lexington
  • Site where the first shots of the American
    Revolution were fired.

19
  • Asians reached North America by crossing a land
    bridge located here

20
Bering Strait
  • Asians reached North America by crossing a land
    bridge located here

21
  • Agreement made by Puritans on board their ship in
    which they agreed to obey their own laws.

22
Mayflower Compact
  • Agreement made by Puritans on board their ship in
    which they agreed to obey their own laws.

23
  • He brought settlers to the colony of Georgia

24
James Oglethorpe
  • He brought settlers to the colony of Georgia

25
  • Laws enacted in the 1600s which enabled England
    to tightly control the trading of its colonies.

26
Navigation Act
  • Laws enacted in the 1600s which enabled England
    to tightly control the trading of its colonies.

27
  • British policy in the 1700s of not interfering in
    the American colonies politics and economy as
    long as they were beneficial to the interests of
    the British.

28
Salutary Neglect
  • British policy in the 1700s of not interfering in
    the American colonies politics and economy as
    long as they were beneficial to the interests of
    the British.

29
  • Religious movement that emphasized equality of
    people so that religion became more democratic
    and indirectly led to the American Revolution

30
Great Awakening
  • Religious movement that emphasized equality of
    people so that religion became more democratic
    and indirectly led to the American Revolution

31
  • This is the term used to describe the horrible
    slave voyage to the Americas.

32
Middle Passage
  • This is the term used to describe the horrible
    slave voyage to the Americas.

33
  • The difference in value between a countrys
    imports and its exports.

34
Balance of Trade
  • The difference in value between a countrys
    imports and its exports.

35
  • An economic theory under which a country
    increases its wealth exporting more goods than it
    imports.

36
Mercantilism
  • An economic theory under which a country
    increases its wealth exporting more goods than it
    imports.

37
  • This ended the French and Indian War which was
    won by Britain and stripped France of all her
    claims in the New World

38
Treaty of Paris 1763
  • This ended the French and Indian War which was
    won by Britain and stripped France of all her
    claims in the New World

39
  • The purpose of this was to stop westward
    expansion by the colonists and calm the Indian
    uprisings.

40
Proclamation of 1763
  • The purpose of this was to stop westward
    expansion by the colonists and calm the Indian
    uprisings.

41
  • This pamphlet was written by Thomas Paine to help
    convince the American colonists that a complete
    break with Britain was required.

42
Common Sense
  • This pamphlet was written by Thomas Paine to help
    convince the American colonists that a complete
    break with Britain was required.

43
  • This was a statement of the reasons for the
    separation from Britain. It also stated that the
    purpose of government was to secure the people
    their God given rights.

44
Declaration of Independence
  • This was a statement of the reasons for the
    separation from Britain. It also stated that the
    purpose of government was to secure the people
    their God given rights.

45
  • This American victory was the turning point of
    the Revolutionary War.

46
Saratoga
  • This American victory was the turning point of
    the Revolutionary War.

47
  • Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness

48
Unalienable Rights
  • Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness

49
  • Site of an American victory in 1781 as well as
    the place where Cornwallis surrendered

50
Yorktown
  • Site of an American victory in 1781 as well as
    the place where Cornwallis surrendered

51
  • These were general search warrants issued by
    court orders authorizing British officials to
    search colonial homes, buildings and ships for
    smuggled goods.

52
Writs of Assistance
  • These were general search warrants issued by
    court orders authorizing British officials to
    search colonial homes, buildings and ships for
    smuggled goods.

53
  • This was the first internal tax and the first
    direct tax levied by the British on goods and
    services. It required the purchase of stamps
    that were to be put on printed materials.

54
Stamp Act
  • This was the first internal tax and the first
    direct tax levied by the British on goods and
    services. It required the purchase of stamps
    that were to be put on printed materials.

55
  • This was a bundle of acts intended to raise
    revenue, tighten customs enforcement and assert
    imperial authority in America.

56
Townsend Acts
  • This was a bundle of acts intended to raise
    revenue, tighten customs enforcement and assert
    imperial authority in America.

57
  • Originally it required colonial governments to
    furnish barracks and other provisions for royal
    troops but was extended to require the billeting
    of soldiers in tavern and inns at the expense of
    the colonists.

58
Quartering Act
  • Originally it required colonial governments to
    furnish barracks and other provisions for royal
    troops but was extended to require the billeting
    of soldiers in tavern and inns at the expense of
    the colonists.

59
  • Confrontation between British troops and colonial
    shipyard workers which resulted in the deaths of
    four colonists. Used by Sam Adams as a propaganda
    tool.

60
Boston Massacre
  • Confrontation between British troops and colonial
    shipyard workers which resulted in the deaths of
    four colonists. Used by Sam Adams as a propaganda
    tool.

61
  • A large group of Boston rebels disguised
    themselves as Native Americans and dumped the
    entire cargo of an East India Company ship into
    the harbor.

62
Boston Tea Party
  • A large group of Boston rebels disguised
    themselves as Native Americans and dumped the
    entire cargo of an East India Company ship into
    the harbor.

63
  • Give me liberty or give me death.

64
Patrick Henry
  • Give me liberty or give me death.

65
  • Colonial militia that was ready to go into battle
    on a minutes notice.

66
Minutemen
  • Colonial militia that was ready to go into battle
    on a minutes notice.

67
  • Most successful means used by Americans in
    securing the repeal of British taxes before the
    American Revolution.

68
Boycotting British goods
  • Most successful means used by Americans in
    securing the repeal of British taxes before the
    American Revolution.

69
  • Reason the American colonists objected to
    Parliaments taxes.

70
Taxation without Representation
  • Reason the American colonists objected to
    Parliaments taxes.

71
  • Responsibilities which belong to the Federal
    Government.

72
Delegated Powers
  • Responsibilities which belong to the Federal
    Government.

73
  • Keeps each branch of government from getting too
    much power.

74
Checks and Balances
  • Keeps each branch of government from getting too
    much power.

75
  • These people are the advisors to the President.

76
Cabinet
  • These people are the advisors to the President.

77
  • Responsibilities which belong to the states.

78
Reserved Powers
  • Responsibilities which belong to the states.

79
  • A tax on imports.

80
Tariff
  • A tax on imports.

81
  • Body with equal representation from each state.

82
Senate
  • Body with equal representation from each state.

83
  • Presidents power to reject a proposed law.

84
Veto
  • Presidents power to reject a proposed law.

85
  • This is an addition or change to the Constitution.

86
Amendment
  • This is an addition or change to the Constitution.

87
  • Immigrants who have not become United States
    citizens.

88
Aliens
  • Immigrants who have not become United States
    citizens.

89
  • He was an inventor, served as American ambassador
    to France and was a leader and compromiser at the
    Constitutional Convention.

90
Benjamin Franklin
  • He was an inventor, served as American ambassador
    to France and was a leader and compromiser at the
    Constitutional Convention.

91
  • Federal town built on the banks of the Potomac
    River.

92
Washington, D. C.
  • Federal town built on the banks of the Potomac
    River.

93
  • Weak government written as a reaction to the
    harsh rule of the British that had been
    overturned in the Revolutionary War.

94
Articles of Confederation
  • Weak government written as a reaction to the
    harsh rule of the British that had been
    overturned in the Revolutionary War.

95
  • These are the first ten amendments to the
    Constitution that guarantee personal liberties.

96
Bill of Rights
  • These are the first ten amendments to the
    Constitution that guarantee personal liberties.

97
  • This is the first step that a bill must take
    after being introduced in either house of
    Congress.

98
Referred to a committee of that house
  • This is the first step that a bill must take
    after being introduced in either house of
    Congress.

99
  • Powers that may be used by both the federal and
    state governments.

100
Concurrent Powers
  • Powers that may be used by both the federal and
    state governments.

101
  • A government run by the people through elected
    representatives.

102
Republic
  • A government run by the people through elected
    representatives.

103
  • He attended all the sessions of the
    Constitutional Convention, took copious notes and
    is called the father of the Constitution.

104
James Madison
  • He attended all the sessions of the
    Constitutional Convention, took copious notes and
    is called the father of the Constitution.

105
  • This agreement called for a two house legislature
    with representation based on population is one
    house and equal representation in the other house.

106
Great Compromise
  • This agreement called for a two house legislature
    with representation based on population is one
    house and equal representation in the other house.

107
  • This is one in which power is shared by state and
    national authorities.

108
Federal Government
  • This is one in which power is shared by state and
    national authorities.

109
  • This body which is made up of members from each
    state ( for each state is the total of
    Representatives and Senators) actually elects the
    President.

110
Electoral College
  • This body which is made up of members from each
    state ( for each state is the total of
    Representatives and Senators) actually elects the
    President.

111
  • This is the name for those who favored the
    Constitution.

112
Federalists
  • This is the name for those who favored the
    Constitution.

113
  • He was the nations greatest hero and most
    respected public figure he was also expected to
    be the nations first President.

114
George Washington
  • He was the nations greatest hero and most
    respected public figure he was also expected to
    be the nations first President.

115
  • Something said or done that becomes an example,
    rule or tradition to be followed.

116
Precedent
  • Something said or done that becomes an example,
    rule or tradition to be followed.

117
  • Natural born citizen
  • At least 35 years old
  • Resident at least 14 years

118
Qualifications to be President
  • Natural born citizen
  • At least 35 years old
  • Resident at least 14 years

119
  • He was a lawyer, a Federalist and the son of a
    banker who spoke for a government controlled by
    the wealthy and educated and created the National
    Bank.

120
Alexander Hamilton
  • He was a lawyer, a Federalist and the son of a
    banker who spoke for a government controlled by
    the wealthy and educated and created the National
    Bank.

121
  • This branch of the government administers and
    carries out the law and is headed by the
    President.

122
Executive Branch
  • This branch of the government administers and
    carries out the law and is headed by the
    President.

123
  • This grants to Congress the power to make all
    laws which shall be necessary and proper for
    carrying to execution the foregoing powers.

124
Elastic Clause
  • This grants to Congress the power to make all
    laws which shall be necessary and proper for
    carrying to execution the foregoing powers.

125
  • This is the branch of government which enacts or
    makes the laws.

126
Legislative
  • This is the branch of government which enacts or
    makes the laws.

127
  • These provide flexibility to the Constitution
    making it a living document.

128
Amendments and Elastic Clause
  • These provide flexibility to the Constitution
    making it a living document.

129
  • This is the branch of government that interprets
    laws in specific cases.

130
Judicial
  • This is the branch of government that interprets
    laws in specific cases.

131
  • This is the highest court of the land that today
    is made up of 9 justices.

132
Supreme Court
  • This is the highest court of the land that today
    is made up of 9 justices.

133
  • Belief that the government should not do anything
    that is not specifically stated in the
    Constitution.

134
Strict Construction
  • Belief that the government should not do anything
    that is not specifically stated in the
    Constitution.

135
  • This is a states refusal to recognize a federal
    law.

136
Nullification
  • This is a states refusal to recognize a federal
    law.

137
  • Incident in which the French demanded a bribe
    before agreeing to meet with the American
    ambassadors.

138
XYZ Affair
  • Incident in which the French demanded a bribe
    before agreeing to meet with the American
    ambassadors.

139
  • This enables the federal courts to determine if a
    states laws are in keeping with the federal
    Constitution.

140
Judicial Review
  • This enables the federal courts to determine if a
    states laws are in keeping with the federal
    Constitution.

141
  • Name the Native American woman who guided Lewis
    and Clark.

142
Sacajawea
  • Name the Native American woman who guided Lewis
    and Clark.

143
  • He was an inventor, the founder of the University
    of Virginia, author of the Declaration of
    Independence and President.

144
Thomas Jefferson
  • He was an inventor, the founder of the University
    of Virginia, author of the Declaration of
    Independence and President.

145
  • He was the hero of the Battle of New Orleans,
    helped to defeat the Spanish in Florida and
    President.

146
Andrew Jackson
  • He was the hero of the Battle of New Orleans,
    helped to defeat the Spanish in Florida and
    President.

147
  • He led the clearing of a road from Virginia
    through the Cumberland Gap into Kentucky and
    fought at the Alamo.

148
Davey Crocket
  • He led the clearing of a road from Virginia
    through the Cumberland Gap into Kentucky and
    fought at the Alamo.

149
  • This was unrest in 1794 caused by opposition to a
    tax on distilled corn liquor its suppression was
    the first demonstration of the power of the
    federal government.

150
Whiskey Rebellion
  • This was unrest in 1794 caused by opposition to a
    tax on distilled corn liquor its suppression was
    the first demonstration of the power of the
    federal government.

151
  • These groups of people who seek to win elections
    and hold public office in order to control
    government policy and programs first arose
    because of differences over political and
    economic issues.

152
Political Parties
  • These groups of people who seek to win elections
    and hold public office in order to control
    government policy and programs first arose
    because of differences over political and
    economic issues.

153
  • Statement passed in 1798 that attacked the Alien
    and Sedition Acts as unconstitutional.

154
Virginia and Kentucky Resolutions
  • Statement passed in 1798 that attacked the Alien
    and Sedition Acts as unconstitutional.

155
  • In 1804 they led an expedition from St. Louis, up
    the Missouri River and across the Rocky Mountains
    to the Oregon territory and the Pacific Ocean.

156
Lewis and Clark
  • In 1804 they led an expedition from St. Louis, up
    the Missouri River and across the Rocky Mountains
    to the Oregon territory and the Pacific Ocean.

157
  • Policy of forcing people into military or public
    service.

158
Impressment
  • Policy of forcing people into military or public
    service.

159
  • An 1819 treaty between the United States and
    Spain in which Spain ceded Florida to the United
    States.

160
Adams-Onis Treaty
  • An 1819 treaty between the United States and
    Spain in which Spain ceded Florida to the United
    States.

161
  • This is the 1803 acquisition by the United States
    of French territory extending from the
    Mississippi River to the Rocky Mountains for 15
    million.

162
Louisiana Purchase
  • This is the 1803 acquisition by the United States
    of French territory extending from the
    Mississippi River to the Rocky Mountains for 15
    million.

163
  • A series of laws enacted in 1820 to maintain the
    balance of power between slave states and free
    states.

164
Missouri Compromise
  • A series of laws enacted in 1820 to maintain the
    balance of power between slave states and free
    states.

165
  • These laws were an attempt by the Federalist to
    weaken the Democratic-Republican party which drew
    a lot of its support common people.

166
Alien and Sedition Acts
  • These laws were an attempt by the Federalist to
    weaken the Democratic-Republican party which drew
    a lot of its support common people.

167
  • The election of 1800 ended in a tie and was
    finally settled on the 36th vote taken by this
    group.

168
The House of Representatives
  • The election of 1800 ended in a tie and was
    finally settled on the 36th vote taken by this
    group.

169
  • The American captain refused a British demand to
    search his ship but was fired upon resulting in 3
    deaths and the removal of 4 sailors as deserters.

170
Chesapeake-Leopard Affair
  • The American captain refused a British demand to
    search his ship but was fired upon resulting in 3
    deaths and the removal of 4 sailors as deserters.

171
  • This group wanted war with Britain because of a
    desire to acquire Canada for the United States.

172
War Hawks
  • This group wanted war with Britain because of a
    desire to acquire Canada for the United States.

173
  • This describes the efforts of reformers to end
    slavery.

174
Abolitionist Movement
  • This describes the efforts of reformers to end
    slavery.

175
  • This was an organized campaign to eliminate
    alcohol consumption.

176
Temperance Movement
  • This was an organized campaign to eliminate
    alcohol consumption.

177
  • Refers to the forced movement of the Cherokee by
    Jackson in 1838 1839 to Oklahoma in violation
    of a Supreme Court order.

178
Trail of Tears
  • Refers to the forced movement of the Cherokee by
    Jackson in 1838 1839 to Oklahoma in violation
    of a Supreme Court order.

179
  • He was a statesman from South Carolina who held
    many offices in the federal government. He ran
    for President in 1824 and was a staunch supporter
    of states rights.

180
John C. Calhoun
  • He was a statesman from South Carolina who held
    many offices in the federal government. He ran
    for President in 1824 and was a staunch supporter
    of states rights.

181
  • She was a former slave who spoke to white
    audiences in her work as an abolitionist and
    womens rights advocate.

182
Sojourner Truth
  • She was a former slave who spoke to white
    audiences in her work as an abolitionist and
    womens rights advocate.

183
  • The freeing of enslaved persons.

184
Emancipation
  • The freeing of enslaved persons.

185
  • His experiences as a slave made him into the
    nations most influential African American
    abolitionist.

186
Frederick Douglass
  • His experiences as a slave made him into the
    nations most influential African American
    abolitionist.

187
  • As a school reformer and supporter of public
    education, he devised an educational system in
    Massachusetts that was later copied by many
    states.

188
Horace Mann
  • As a school reformer and supporter of public
    education, he devised an educational system in
    Massachusetts that was later copied by many
    states.

189
  • Members of this political party were chiefly
    small farmers, city workers and newly emerging
    business leaders who opposed an all-powerful
    federal government and the national bank.

190
Jacksonian Democrats
  • Members of this political party were chiefly
    small farmers, city workers and newly emerging
    business leaders who opposed an all-powerful
    federal government and the national bank.

191
  • This was an organization of workers formed to
    protect the interests of its members.

192
Labor Unions
  • This was an organization of workers formed to
    protect the interests of its members.

193
  • The making of products by machinery.

194
Manufacturing
  • The making of products by machinery.

195
  • Declaration in 1823 that the United States would
    oppose efforts by any outside power to control a
    nation in the Western Hemisphere.

196
Monroe Doctrine
  • Declaration in 1823 that the United States would
    oppose efforts by any outside power to control a
    nation in the Western Hemisphere.

197
  • This was a network of escape routes and safe
    houses that provided protection and
    transportation for slaves fleeing north to
    freedom.

198
Underground Railroad
  • This was a network of escape routes and safe
    houses that provided protection and
    transportation for slaves fleeing north to
    freedom.

199
  • This violent uprising in August 1831 saw the
    deaths of 57 white people in attacks on four
    plantations. It was eventually suppressed by
    local militia and 20 slaves were hanged.

200
Nat Turners Rebellion
  • This violent uprising in August 1831 saw the
    deaths of 57 white people in attacks on four
    plantations. It was eventually suppressed by
    local militia and 20 slaves were hanged.

201
  • This is a competitive economic system based on
    private ownership and the principles of supply
    and demand.

202
Free Enterprise System
  • This is a competitive economic system based on
    private ownership and the principles of supply
    and demand.

203
  • He was the 7th President of the United States who
    supported minimal government and the spoils
    system, vetoed rechartering of the national bank
    and pursued a harsh policy toward Native
    Americans.

204
Andrew Jackson
  • He was the 7th President of the United States who
    supported minimal government and the spoils
    system, vetoed rechartering of the national bank
    and pursued a harsh policy toward Native
    Americans.

205
  • The South opposed this 1828 tariff saying that it
    was economically discriminatory because raising
    the price of manufactured goods would cause
    foreign markets to stop buying cotton.

206
Tariff of Abominations
  • The South opposed this 1828 tariff saying that it
    was economically discriminatory because raising
    the price of manufactured goods would cause
    foreign markets to stop buying cotton.

207
  • This famous Senate debate concerned the issue of
    nullification with Webster arguing that it was
    the job of the Supreme Court to declare laws
    unconstitutional, not the states.

208
Webster-Hayne Debate
  • This famous Senate debate concerned the issue of
    nullification with Webster arguing that it was
    the job of the Supreme Court to declare laws
    unconstitutional, not the states.

209
  • This is the practice of placing your friends in
    important positions when you take office.

210
Spoils System
  • This is the practice of placing your friends in
    important positions when you take office.

211
  • The goal of this organization was to buy land in
    Africa where freed slave could go to live. The
    founded the state of Liberia.

212
American Colonization Society
  • The goal of this organization was to buy land in
    Africa where freed slave could go to live. The
    founded the state of Liberia.

213
  • Association of seven seceding Southern states
    formed in 1861.

214
Confederate States of America
  • Association of seven seceding Southern states
    formed in 1861.

215
  • The purpose of this forced entry of a federal
    arsenal was to get weapons to arm slaves. The
    leader was hanged.

216
John Browns Raid
  • The purpose of this forced entry of a federal
    arsenal was to get weapons to arm slaves. The
    leader was hanged.

217
  • This refers to the violence that occurred in 1856
    between those for slavery and those who were
    against slavery in the Midwest.

218
Bleeding Kansas
  • This refers to the violence that occurred in 1856
    between those for slavery and those who were
    against slavery in the Midwest.

219
  • President of the Confederate States of America
    who ordered the attack on Fort Sumter, the first
    violent act of the Civil War.

220
Jefferson Davis
  • President of the Confederate States of America
    who ordered the attack on Fort Sumter, the first
    violent act of the Civil War.

221
  • This was the American policy of letting the
    people in a territory decide whether slavery
    would be allowed there.

222
Popular sovereignty
  • This was the American policy of letting the
    people in a territory decide whether slavery
    would be allowed there.

223
  • This law written in 1854 called on the citizens
    of the two territories involved to decide the
    issue of slavery there.

224
Kansas-Nebraska Act
  • This law written in 1854 called on the citizens
    of the two territories involved to decide the
    issue of slavery there.

225
  • This was the argument that the United States was
    fated to expand from sea to shining sea.

226
Manifest Destiny
  • This was the argument that the United States was
    fated to expand from sea to shining sea.

227
  • This conflict between the United States and
    Mexico ended in a US victory and the addition of
    substantial territory.

228
Mexican War
  • This conflict between the United States and
    Mexico ended in a US victory and the addition of
    substantial territory.

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  • This law which was part of the Compromise of 1850
    ordered all citizens of the United States to
    assist in the return of runaway slaves.

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Fugitive Slave Act
  • This law which was part of the Compromise of 1850
    ordered all citizens of the United States to
    assist in the return of runaway slaves.

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  • Resolution introduced at the beginning of the
    Mexican War intended to prohibit slavery in any
    territory taken from Mexico. It passed the House
    but not the Senate.

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Wilmot Proviso
  • Resolution introduced at the beginning of the
    Mexican War intended to prohibit slavery in any
    territory taken from Mexico. It passed the House
    but not the Senate.

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  • Author of the popular and inflammatory
    anti-slavery novel,
  • Uncle Toms Cabin.

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Harriet Beecher Stowe
  • Author of the popular and inflammatory
    anti-slavery novel,
  • Uncle Toms Cabin.

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  • Although it started as a social club in
    Tennessee, this organization quickly evolved into
    one that used terrorist style tactics to defend
    the social and political superiority of whites
    against the aggression of an inferior race.

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Ku Klux Klan
  • Although it started as a social club in
    Tennessee, this organization quickly evolved into
    one that used terrorist style tactics to defend
    the social and political superiority of whites
    against the aggression of an inferior race.

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  • Commander of the Union forces who used the
    Anaconda Plan to achieve defeat of the South and
    accepted Lees surrender in 1865.

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U. S. Grant
  • Commander of the Union forces who used the
    Anaconda Plan to achieve defeat of the South and
    accepted Lees surrender in 1865.

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  • In this battle, troops were moved to the front by
    train the first time this had ever been done in
    the history of warfare allowing the
    Confederates to bring in fresh reinforcements at
    a critical time in the battle resulting in a
    victory for the South.

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First Battle of Bull Run
  • In this battle, troops were moved to the front by
    train the first time this had ever been done in
    the history of warfare allowing the
    Confederates to bring in fresh reinforcements at
    a critical time in the battle resulting in a
    victory for the South.

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  • Term used to describe the domination of
    post-Civil War southern politics by the
    Democratic Party.

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Solid South
  • Term used to describe the domination of
    post-Civil War southern politics by the
    Democratic Party.

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  • He was a Maryland actor with strong southern
    sympathies who conspired to kidnap Lincoln and
    exchange him for Confederate prisoners of war.
    He later shot Lincoln to death.

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John Wilkes Booth
  • He was a Maryland actor with strong southern
    sympathies who conspired to kidnap Lincoln and
    exchange him for Confederate prisoners of war.
    He later shot Lincoln to death.

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  • Federal governments effort between 1865 and 1877
    to repair the damage to the South caused by the
    Civil War and to restore Southern states to the
    Union.

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Reconstruction
  • Federal governments effort between 1865 and 1877
    to repair the damage to the South caused by the
    Civil War and to restore Southern states to the
    Union.

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  • This insulting nickname was used for white
    southern Republicans following the Civil War.

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Scalawag
  • This insulting nickname was used for white
    southern Republicans following the Civil War.

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  • This Constitutional amendment that was ratified
    in 1870, guaranteed African Americans voting
    rights.

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15th Amendment
  • This Constitutional amendment that was ratified
    in 1870, guaranteed African Americans voting
    rights.

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  • This was the first major federal relief agency in
    United States history set up to give out
    clothing, medical supplies, and meals to both
    black and white refugees of the Civil War.

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Freedmans Bureau
  • This was the first major federal relief agency in
    United States history set up to give out
    clothing, medical supplies, and meals to both
    black and white refugees of the Civil War.

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  • Union general in the Civil War who was known for
    his destructive march from Atlanta to Savannah in
    1864.

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William T. Sherman
  • Union general in the Civil War who was known for
    his destructive march from Atlanta to Savannah in
    1864.

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  • In this system, farmers did not own their land
    but rented it from a planter and that gave them
    the right to choose what crops to plan and when
    to work.

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Tenant Farming
  • In this system, farmers did not own their land
    but rented it from a planter and that gave them
    the right to choose what crops to plan and when
    to work.

257
  • Constitutional amendment ratified in 1865 that
    abolished slavery.

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13th Amendment
  • Constitutional amendment ratified in 1865 that
    abolished slavery.

259
  • This three-day battle was the greatest battle
    ever fought in North America a Union victory
    that was the turning point in the Civil War.

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Battle of Gettysburg
  • This three-day battle was the greatest battle
    ever fought in North America a Union victory
    that was the turning point in the Civil War.

261
  • Constitutional amendment ratified in 1868 that
    guaranteed citizens equal protection of the law.

262
14th Amendment
  • Constitutional amendment ratified in 1868 that
    guaranteed citizens equal protection of the law.

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  • This was an insulting nickname for a Northern
    Republican who moved to the South after the Civil
    War because they rushed south to profit from the
    misery left by the war.

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Carpetbagger
  • This was an insulting nickname for a Northern
    Republican who moved to the South after the Civil
    War because they rushed south to profit from the
    misery left by the war.

265
  • System of farming in which a farmer works some
    portion of a planters land and receives a split
    of the crop at harvest time as payment.

266
Sharecropping
  • System of farming in which a farmer works some
    portion of a planters land and receives a split
    of the crop at harvest time as payment.

267
  • Presidential decree, effective January 1, 1863,
    that freed slaves in the Confederate-held
    territory.

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Emancipation Proclamation
  • Presidential decree, effective January 1, 1863,
    that freed slaves in the Confederate-held
    territory.

269
  • After leaving Atlanta, Union troops cut a nearly
    300-mile long path of destruction across Georgia,
    destroying bridges, factories and railroad lines.
  • This became known as?

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March to the Sea
  • After leaving Atlanta, Union troops cut a nearly
    300-mile long path of destruction across Georgia,
    destroying bridges, factories and railroad lines.
  • This became known as?

271
  • A famous speech by President Lincoln on the
    meaning of the Civil War, given in November, 1863
    at the dedication of a national cemetery.

272
Gettysburg Address
  • A famous speech by President Lincoln on the
    meaning of the Civil War, given in November, 1863
    at the dedication of a national cemetery.

273
  • These laws enacted by southern states that had
    been restored to the Union established virtual
    slavery for the freed people.

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Black Codes
  • These laws enacted by southern states that had
    been restored to the Union established virtual
    slavery for the freed people.

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  • What was Lincolns stated purpose of the Civil
    War prior to the Emancipation Proclamation?

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To preserve the Union
  • What was Lincolns stated purpose of the Civil
    War prior to the Emancipation Proclamation?

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  • What was the most important advantage of the
    South in the Civil War?

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Fighting a defensive war
  • What was the most important advantage of the
    South in the Civil War?

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  • Policy toward business generally followed by the
    federal government before 1880.

280
Laissez Faire
  • Policy toward business generally followed by the
    federal government before 1880.

281
  • A strong sense of loyalty to a region.

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Sectionalism
  • A strong sense of loyalty to a region.

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  • Pride in ones country.

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Nationalism
  • Pride in ones country.

285
  • The right to vote.

286
Suffrage
  • The right to vote.

287
  • To end slavery.

288
Abolition
  • To end slavery.

289
  • To withdraw from the union.

290
Secession
  • To withdraw from the union.

291
  • Multifamily dwellings where poor people, who made
    up most of a citys population, lived.

292
Tenements
  • Multifamily dwellings where poor people, who made
    up most of a citys population, lived.

293
  • Imaginary line dividing wilderness and
    civilization of settlement.

294
Frontier
  • Imaginary line dividing wilderness and
    civilization of settlement.

295
  • President of Tuskegee Institute, author of Up
    from Slavery, encouraged blacks to learn a skill.

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Booker T. Washington
  • President of Tuskegee Institute, author of Up
    from Slavery, encouraged blacks to learn a skill.

297
  • Site of the 1849 Gold Rush.

298
California
  • Site of the 1849 Gold Rush.

299
  • Site where the Confederates fired on a Union ship
    thus starting the Civil War.

300
Fort. Sumter, SC
  • Site where the Confederates fired on a Union ship
    thus starting the Civil War.

301
  • Border between Canada and the United States.

302
49th Parallel
  • Border between Canada and the United States.

303
  • Border between Mexico and the United States.

304
Rio Grande River
  • Border between Mexico and the United States.

305
  • Thomas Edison
  • Samuel Morse
  • Alexander Graham Bell
  • Eli Whitney
  • Charles Goodyear

306
American Inventors
  • Thomas Edison
  • Samuel Morse
  • Alexander Graham Bell
  • Eli Whitney
  • Charles Goodyear

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  • Ulysses S. Grant
  • George McClellan
  • William T. Sherman

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Union Generals
  • Ulysses S. Grant
  • George McClellan
  • William T. Sherman

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  • Stephen F. Austin
  • Sam Houston
  • Davy Crockett

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Fought for Texans Independence
  • Stephen F. Austin
  • Sam Houston
  • Davy Crockett

311
  • Robert E. Lee
  • Stonewall Jackson

312
Confederate Generals
  • Robert E. Lee
  • Stonewall Jackson

313
  • William Lloyd Garrison
  • Harriet Beecher Stowe
  • Frederick Douglass

314
Abolitionists
  • William Lloyd Garrison
  • Harriet Beecher Stowe
  • Frederick Douglass

315
  • Patrick Henry
  • Thomas Paine
  • Samuel Adams
  • James Otis
  • Benjamin Franklin
  • Paul Revere

316
Patriots
  • Patrick Henry
  • Thomas Paine
  • Samuel Adams
  • James Otis
  • Benjamin Franklin
  • Paul Revere

317
  • Andrew Carnegie
  • Cornelius Vanderbilt
  • John Rockefeller

318
Robber Barons
  • Andrew Carnegie
  • Cornelius Vanderbilt
  • John Rockefeller

319
  • John Quincy Adams
  • James Monroe
  • Andres Jackson
  • James Madison

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United States Presidents
  • John Quincy Adams
  • James Monroe
  • Andres Jackson
  • James Madison

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  • Frederick Douglass
  • Harriett Tubman
  • Dred Scott
  • Nat Turner

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Slaves and Former Slaves
  • Frederick Douglass
  • Harriett Tubman
  • Dred Scott
  • Nat Turner

323
  • James Oglethorpe
  • William Penn
  • Lord Baltimore

324
Colonial Founders
  • James Oglethorpe
  • William Penn
  • Lord Baltimore

325
  • Columbus
  • Vespucci
  • Ponce de Leon

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Explorers
  • Columbus
  • Vespucci
  • Ponce de Leon
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