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2017 FINAL Review Topics

Chapter 3—The Founding of the 13 Colonies Chapter 4—Life in the 13 Colonies

-Jamestown -Anne Hutchinson


-missions -voting rights in the 13 colonies
1.
2.
-Puritans 3.
4.

-Roanoke -Roger Williams


-1607 -New Netherland


-tobacco -New England economy


-Georgia -Tidewater


-John Winthrop


Chapter 5—The Road to Independence More Chapter 5
-Types of British colonies -Proclamation of 1763
1.
2.
3. -Result of French & Indian War


-Albany Plan of Union -Patriots


-Intolerable Acts -Stamp Act

-Common Sense
-Townshend Acts

-Thomas Jefferson -Sugar Act

-boycott


-Boston Massacre


Chapter 6—The American Revolution Chapter 8—The Early Republic

-Battle of Lexington -Federalist Party

-Treaty of Paris, 1783
-tariff

-Primary US ally
-Washington’s Farewell Address

-Independence Hall
-Democratic-Republican Party


-British advantages: -Cabinet under George Washington:
1. 1.
2. 2.
3. 3.
4. 4.
5.
-Colonial advantages:
1. -Pinckney Treaty
2.
3.
4. -Origin of the Dept. of the Navy

-guerilla warfare
Chapter 9—The Age of Jefferson

Chapter 7—The Constitution -John Marshall

-Northwest Ordinance
-Tecumseh

-Shay’s Rebellion
-Embargo Act

-Federalists
-Louisiana Purchase


-Jurisdiction of the Supreme Court:
1. -Barbary Coast pirates
2.
3.
-War Hawks
-census

-Francis Scott Key


-Marbury v. Madison

Chapter 10—Growth & Expansion More Ch. 12

-Missouri Compromise -Oregon “country”


-Convention of 1818 -manifest destiny


-Economy of Northeastern cities Chapter 13—Life in the North

-Regional hub of US industry
-Adams-Onís Treaty

-Appeal of immigrant labor
-Admission of new states

Chapter 14—Reforming America
Chapter 11—Age of Jackson
-Temperance Movement
-mudslinging

-utopias
-Democratic Party

-Horace Mann
-Seminole tribe

-Oberlin College of Ohio
-Indian Removal Act

-Abolitionists
-Political reforms of the Jacksonian era:
1.
2. Chapter 15—Events Leading to Civil War
3.
-John Brown
-Nullification Crisis

-Dred Scott v. Sanford
-Bank of the United States

-civil war
-John Quincy Adams

-Secession of southern states
Chapter 12—Moving West

-Gadsden Purchase Chapter 16—The Civil War

-First Battle of Bull Run
-Mormon migration

-Jefferson Davis
More Ch. 16

-Maryland


-Lincoln’s primary goal 


-Monitor and Merrimack


-General McClellan


-Source of Confederate troops rejected by
 Jefferson Davis


-role of women in Civil War


Chapter 17—Reconstruction

-John Wilkes Booth


-Southern economic base


-13th Amendment


-Freedmen’s Bureau


-Southern resistance to Reconstruction


-Methods to keep African-American men from voting:
1.
2.
3.






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