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  • Advanced Placement United States History
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  • Apush Sample Frqs
    APUSH First Semester Final FRQ Questions 1. The French and Indian War (1754-1763) altered the relationship between Britain and its North American colonies. Assess this change with regard to TWO of the following in the period between 1763 and 1775. Land acquisition ​Politics ​Economics...
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  • America Pagent Study Guide
    . New Jersey 26. Carolina 27. King Philip’s War 28. Bacon’ Rebellion 29. Pennsylvania 30. Dominion of New England 31. Glorious Revolution in England 32. Delaware 33. Georgia 34. Harvard College 35. Halfway Covenant 36. Salem witchcraft trials 37. Scotch Irish 38. Great Awakening 39...
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  • Steve
    getting “A’s” for simply showing up and doing all their homework may be in for a rude awakening. While good attendance and completing homework are essential to success, they are not enough. Content must be mastered and learning demonstrated on exams and essays. This will require a level of hard work...
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  • Womens Rights After the American Revolution
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  • Awesoome
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  • Ragtime
    responsible for the nation’s depression of the 1930s. Assess the validity of this generalization. (FRQ, 1983) APUSH Study Guide 33 The Great Depression and the New Deal: 1932-1936 Themes/Constructs: Franklin Roosevelt’s New Deal tackled the Great Depression with massive federal programs designed...
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    similarities and the differences in the debate of the two eras. (FRQ, 1992) APUSH Study Guide 27 America’s Rise to Imperial Power Themes/Constructs In the wake of the Spanish-American War, President Theodore Roosevelt pursued...
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    -Nebraska Act 8. Analyze the effectiveness of political compromise in reducing sectional tensions in the period 1820 to 1861. (FRQ, 2004) APUSH Study Guide 19 Building the War, Fighting the War, 1861-1865 Historian’s view: James McPherson, from Battle Cry of Freedom (1988)—A view of the...
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  • Writing Do's and Don't's of Apush
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    1990 Apush Dbq Paige Reinfeld Jacksonian DBQ The uproar of the people of the U.S. was heard after the corrupted elections of 1824. It wasn’t until 1828, the year the Jacksonians came into power and satisfied the popular demand after a mudslinging battle against the aristocrats. The...
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  • Deborah Yu: New World Begginings
    : Colonial Society on the Eve of Revolution Identify: Jonathan Edwards: Part of the Great Awakening, a time of religious revival, Jonathan Edwards was conceivably the deepest theological mind of America, he painted livid details of hell in his speeches and believed that good works would not...
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  • apush study guide
    War: 1846-1848 American Society: 1790-1860 Industrial Revolution: TRIC -- textiles, railroads, iron, coal Transportation Revolution: turnpikes, steamboats, canals, railroads 2nd Great Awakening (1820-1860): abolitionism, temperance, women's rights, etc. Road to Civil War (1848-1860): Wilmot Proviso...
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  • The Course of History
    How the Exam Works. The APUSH exam consists of two parts. Part 1 is the 80 question multiple choice section in which you have 55 minutes to complete. Part 2 consists of writing a total of three essays. The first essay is called the document-based question (DBQ) because you are given 9-13...
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  • Reform Movements
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  • Foreign Policy
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  • Apush Unit One
    Death Rates Midwives Patriarchal Society Middle Passage Slave Codes Indigo Iron Act of 1750 Huguenots Triangle Trade Consumerism Merchant class Plantation Slavery Stono Rebellion Primogeniture Salem Witch Trial The Great Awakening The Enlightenment Literacy...
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  • APUSH
    Guided Reading Questions/Terms: Chapter 15 APUSH Katherin Umana Chapter 15: The Ferment of Reform and Culture Big Picture Themes: 1. The "Second Great Awakening" began in the 1830s. It's purpose was to wake people from lackluster religion and, like the First Great Awakening, was led by...
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  • Mechanic
    Whitefield New Lights Old Lights Great Awakening Halfway Covenant Triangular Trade Mercantilism salutary neglect & virtual representation Black Legend Dominion of New England Roger Williams Stono Rebellion Negro Act of 1740 Paxton Boys Regulator Movement American...
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