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New world to the American Revolution (1492-1789)
Political and religious reasons behind exploration of new world by European counties

Effects of settlement on Native American tribes and resulting tension

Major differences among New England, middle, Chesapeake, and southern colonies

Causes and effects of the great awakening

Events (laws, act, skirmishes) leading to Revolutionary war

The results of First and Second continental congresses

The mission behind the articles of confederation

The events and results of the American Revolution

The new nation to the civil war (1789-1865)
Events leading to formation of new constitution and laws it put into action

Differences between federalists and anti-federalists and the major political figures on each side

Development of a post revolutionary foreign policy and roadblocks along the way

Jefferson’s successes and struggle as president

Events leading to war of 1812 and its effect on policy/society

Financial changes/troubles – banks of American, taxes, tariffs

How advance and changes in transportation affected the growing nation

Reasons behind formation of political parties and their effects on government

Major players and events of the abolition movement

Formation of a new American culture leading up to the civil war, including religion, art, literature, philosophy, and the changing roles of women

Effects of continued westward expansion: Monroe Doctrine, Manifest Destiny

Causes and results of the Mexican war

Slavery as a major nationwide issue and how it helped lead to civil war: -Three-fifths compromise

-Missouri compromise

-Kansas-Nebraska Act

-Harper’s Ferry

-Dred Scott case

Lincoln’s rise to power and his stance on major issues

Major civil war battles and events

Constitutional amendments, acts, laws put into action as a result of the civil war

Reconstruction to the Great War (1865-1919)
How federal government attempted assimilation of former confederate states and their citizens into the union

Many troubles African Americans faced upon emancipation:
-Freedman’s Bureau

-Jim crow laws

Continued westward expansion, development of frontiers, violent dealings with Native Americans

Development of railroad system and changes in economic policy and business due to industrialization

Increasing division of wealth and development of active working class and labor unions

Effects of immigration in on the United States

Economic woes and debates over gold and silver

Evolving roles of women in politics, education, workforce

How progressivism affected society--- changes in government and voting policies, Theodore Roosevelt’s square deal, and controversies over journalism

Overseas expansion and continued involvement in foreign affairs: -The Spanish American war

-The panama canal

-Open door policy

U.S. involvement and events leading up to World War I:
-Sinking of the Lusitania

-The Sussex ultimatum

Wilson’s fourteen points and US role in the Great War

Post-world war I peace negotiations and the war’s immediate effect on society

The 1920s to World War II (1919-1945)
Post World War I changes in business and the emergence of new prosperity: -High wages

-Development into a mass-consumption society

Republican presidents; their split from progressive politics: -Harding

-Coolidge

-Hoover

Post World War I changes in foreign policy:
-The Dawes plan

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