• Nationalism
    -an immediate outcome of the Filipino Propaganda Movement (mostly in Europe) from 1872 to1892. -served as the backbone of the first nationalist revolution in Asia, the Philippine Revolution of 1896. The Start of Filipino Nationalism (1760s-1820s) The term "Filipino" originally referred to the natives...
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  • Mini Paper
    relations between Britain and its American colonies? (2004) 4. To what extent had the colonists developed a sense of their own identity and unity as Americans by the eve of the Revolution? (1999) 5.  To what extent did the American Revolution fundamentally change American society? In your answer be sure...
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  • Dbq Projects from Ap Book
    cover all) Politics, Religion, and Economics. 2. Early encounters between American Indians and European colonists led to a variety of relationships among the different cultures. Analyze how the actions taken by BOTH American Indians and European colonists shaped those relationships in two of the following...
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  • Don't stop
    efficiency of textile production increased, so too did the demand for cotton -Lowell -Textile mills attracted thousands of workers beginning in the 1820’s -Wealthy Bostonians primary source of finance -Had to construct large mills and housing for the workers -Canals were also constructed in order...
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  • Religous Tolerance of Jews
    religion an exponential growth during the latter part of the nineteenth century. As Jews came into America they also brought their traditions, at first Americans were a little skeptic because of the change that but they slowly adapted to the change that there was another established religion in America. ( www...
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  • The Ferment of Reform and Culture
    Chapter 15 The Ferment of Reform and Culture 1790-1860   Reviving Religion Thomas Paine promoted the doctrines of Deism.  Deists relied on science rather than the Bible and they denied the divinity of Christ.  They did believe in a Supreme Being who had created a universe and endowed human beings...
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  • Final study guide
    Philadelphian’s 50000 inhabitants died in 3 months. Most of the residents fled the city. The African Americans that were there were led by Richard Allen and were asked to stay and help care for sick people. African Americans didn’t get yellow fever because they had it in Africa. c. Small Pox 1775-1782- Small Pox...
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  • APUSH Outline
    New England’s Growth and the Indians’ Demise A. Thomas Hooker and Connecticut (1635-1662) B. Summarize the reasons for conflict between Native Americans and settlers. What were the effects of the clashes? Include the Pequot War (1630s) and King Philip’s War (1675-76) V. Troubles With the Mother Country...
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  • Taxi Driver
    The First Americans – Groups of Indian cultures that settled in North America. Their cultures depended on the region of North America that they settled. The Northwest culture of Indians lived in wooden lodges, fished for food, and made clothing out of tree bark. The Southwest culture of Indians lived...
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  • Us History
    among the United States many view him as the Hero of New Orleans. He is to many the epitome of a gentleman and that he embodies the ideals of many Americans. He views himself as the President of all the people and likes the idea of having those who worked for the government to depend on him. Jackson...
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  • Essay
    (download ALL docs into Unit folder!) Chapter 14: Forging the National Economy: 1790-1860 Chapter 15: The Ferment of Reform and Culture: 1790-1860 Chapter 16: The South and the Slavery Controversy: 1793-1860 Chapter 17: Manifest Destiny and its Legacy: 1841- 1848 Essay/Case Study: ...
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  • Apush Notes
    -Impact: Democratization, Emotionalism, Moral Fiber Enhanced, New Sects -Culture -Impact of European Thinkers -Locke -Philosophes -American Enlightenment Thinkers (Ben Franklin) -English Adaptations -Education -Bible Reading -"Old Deluder" Law -Harvard - 1638 -Large...
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  • Romanticism in American Lit
    anRomanticism in American Literature brought us some of the world's greatest writers ever to live. Writers such as Edgar Allan Poe, Nathaniel Hawthorne, Herman Melville, Ralph Waldo Emerson, and Henry David Thoreau all wrote during the Romanticism period. Without them we would not have stories such Moby...
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  • U.S. History Notes
    review * Louisiana Purchase (1803): Cost-$15 M.; result- size of U.S. almost doubled * American negotiators- Robert Livingston, James Monroe * Why- Napoleon abandoned plans for an American empire; slave revolt in Haiti succeeded * Haitian revolt leader- Toussaint L’Ouveture *...
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  • Slavery
    result of new land acquired through treaties and victories in war. At the same time, it was experiencing much cultural change as religious movements for social reform swept through the nation. A combination of these factors led many people from the North to question the morality of slavery and view it as...
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  • Reform Movement
    Reform movements sought to expand democratic ideals between 1820 and 1860 in respect to several different aspects of society, and in the long run they were successful. Three reforms like women rights, public education and the abolishment of slavery; driven by the Second Great Awakening, successfully...
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  • Industrialization
    a. Luddites' violent protests between 1811 and 1816 b. Fourteen Luddites were hung in 1813, and the movement died gradually C. The Early Spread of Industrialization 1. Industrialization in western Europe ...
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  • Early Us Hist
    Is early United States history a story of progress? Progress in westward expansion (for white Americans) not good for native Americans. The early United States history is a story of progress and conflict in terms of political, territorial, and social advancement. Political: Alien and Sedition Acts-...
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  • Turbulant Times of 1860 to 1865
    A Nation Divided The Turbulant Times of 1860 To 1865 The root cause of the American Civil War was a combined reaction to mounting economic, social, and political differences between the Northern and Southern States. The conflict encompassed a multitude of issues, but the primary issue was ultimately...
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  • women suffrage
    sort of liberating partnership they could forge. Anthony found that the temperance movements they confined themselves and did not expect an unequal rights. In 1869 Anthony and Stanton was distinct from equal rights movement. During the civil war Elizabeth Cady Stanton concentrated her efforts on abolishing...
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