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    numbered and handwritten, never typed. Unit I The Foundation of the North American Colonies[Summer] Required Readings: Chapter 1: New World Beginnings Chapter 2: The Planting of English America Chapter 3: Settling the North American Colonies ...
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  • Apush Study Guide
    Ch1 New World Beginnings | 1 | The Pilgrims were also known as Separatists because they?: | | NO! | | wanted to separate Plymouth from the Massachusetts Bay Colony. | | NO! | | believed in the complete separation of church and state. | | :-) | | broke all ties with the Church of England...
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  • The Stuff
    an exact date (example: July 4, 1776) | Relative Chronology | Time and date calculated from a major event (example: “Ten years after the birth of Jesus”, “25 years before World War I”, etc.), one event comes before or after another one | Magna Carta | First document of English rights, trial by jury...
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  • A.P. U.S. History Description
    Schools should make every effort to ensure that their AP classes reflect the diversity of their student population. © 2010 The College Board. All rights reserved. College Board, Advanced Placement Program, AP, AP Central, SAT, and the acorn logo are registered trademarks of the College Board. PSAT/NMSQT...
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  • History
    an exact date (example: July 4, 1776) | Relative Chronology | Time and date calculated from a major event (example: “Ten years after the birth of Jesus”, “25 years before World War I”, etc.), one event comes before or after another one | Magna Carta | First document of English rights, trial by jury...
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  • Ap Civil War & Reconstruction
    rebellion of the thirteen colonies against the British Empire in 1776. While the study of our history includes dates and facts about Presidents and wars; our story is the story of legends, curses and folk tales that have originated here in the Americas during the past three centuries and have stood the...
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  • The American Civil War
    The American Civil War Introduction The beginning of the Civil War cannot be linked to only one reason; some causes were centuries in the making, while others were relatively new happenings, but put together, they all changed a country before considered "one component" and divided it into two opposing...
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  • HIST111
    representation” the beginning of representative government The constitution of the US 3 branches of federal government—form of checks & balances judicial legislative executive Thomas Jefferson did not want to sign the constitution without a Bill of Rights for the people The Bill of Rights—first 10 amendments ...
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    Eastern luxuries prompted exploration in the hopes of reducing the expense of those goods with new trade routes. Exploration occurred incrementally, beginning with the Portuguese moving around the coast of Africa and establishing trading posts. Awareness of the New World and its wealth pushed exploration...
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  • Pre and Post Reconstruction Period – Politics, Economic and Social Effects
    political, economics and social effects America dealt with during the Pre and Post Reconstruction Period. During the last years of the Civil War, as Union forces moved closer to victory and millions of former slaves became free, Americans began to think about how to reconcile the splintered...
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  • Hist 1301 Exam Notes
    during that specific time. (ie. newspaper, letters, diary, autobiography, memoirs, art, mesic, architecture, materials people used, photographs, government and legal documents, and oral histories.) Secondary Sources: Sources that pertain to Second hand (outside looking in) (ie. biography, magazines...
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  • American History Exam Review
    1. What was the immediate cause of the rise of manufacturing in the United States? Railroads. 2. What era introduced power-driven machinery?Industrial Revolution. 3. What was the Industrial Revolution? A time period that consisted of many developments of new machinery brought by the industrial...
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  • Ap American History Presidents Charts
    AP US History Presidental Review Washington (1789-1797) Judiciary Act of 1749 Supreme court used right to declare a law unconstitutional Whiskey Rebellion taxed whiskey- excise tax on whiskey of the westerners- tax used to centralize and fund National debt Roles of Jefferson, Madison...
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    during the war and peaked in 1957. The nation’s population rose almost 20 percent in the decade, from 150 million in 1950 to 179 million in 1960. The baby boom contributed to increased consumer demand and expanding economic growth. 3. Cost of Living “Escalator Clause”: After the war, and even...
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  • “The World Turned Upside Down: Reconstruction in Texas”
    The Myth vs. the Reality of Reconstruction The Myth: At the end of the Civil War, in which Southerners had fought valiantly against the brutal invasion forces of the North in an effort to protect local institutions and states rights, the South lay broken and destitute. Rather than trying to reunite...
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    Expansion and Authority since the Great Depression Cristina C. Garcia AIU Abstract The role of the federal government in the lives of the American people changed dramatically from the time of the country’s founding to the present. Initially, the federal government maintained...
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  • Affirmative Action Essay 7
    sides of the American political spectrum” (Marger 387). The principles of human equality have been implemented in the United States since the beginning of the country’s foundation, and has held to be self-evident in the Declaration of Independence: “all men are created equal”. However, this implicitly...
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  • History
    v • d • e Timeline: Topics: Pre-Columbia era Colonial period 1776 to 1789 1789 to 1849 1849 to 1865 1865 to 1918 1918 to 1945 1945 to 1964 1964 to 1980 1980 to 1991 1991 to Present Westward expansion Overseas expansion Diplomatic history Military history Technological...
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  • Wiretaps
    Warrantless Wiretaps and Searches Should the United Stated Conduct Them on U. S. Citizens? The controversy over warrantless wiretaps and searches being conducted on U. S. citizens has been very heated since the Patriot Act was passed just weeks after the September 11th terrorist attack. President...
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    51. The tremendously rapid growth of American cities in the post-Civil War decades was [A] fueled by an agricultural system suffering from poor production levels. [B] uniquely American. [C] a result of natural reproduction. [D] a trend that affected Europe as well. [E] attributable to the closing...
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