1. Whatwere the major weaknesses of the Articles of Confederation?
The Articles of Confederation were replaced by the Constitution at the Constitutional Conference in May 1787. Members of the Conference saw to replace the Articles because it was weak. The articles did not effectively...
John B. Frantz. Bacon’s Rebellion: Prologue to the Revolution?. Raytheon Education Company, 1969.
This book is the compilation of several essays pertaining to the diverse points of view on the causes and significance of BaconsRebellion. It covers three different interpretations including the nationalist...
spread the Great Awakening. He did not like the direction the church was going in, especially with falling attendance at church. He said that people pay too much attention to making money and not enough to God. Had dramatic sermons given to lots of people and had a big impact on the church at the time.
Nations. After 1722 the confederacy was joined by the Tuscaroras to form the Six Nations. Also called Iroquois League
Pope’s rebellion- took place in the late 17th century in what was at the time, the Spanish Southwest (Arizona, New Mexico, California...). The Spanish, continuing to search for precious...
administration A nationalist foreign policy Political realignments
57 58 59 60 62 63 65 66 68
THEME 10: Slavery and expansion 60 The slave system 61 The white South 62 Free blacks; anti-slavery 63 Manifest Destiny 64 The Texas problem 65 War with Mexico
THEME 11: Conflict approaches THEME 7: The...
Missouri Compromise (1829_
What was its conflict?
The conflict was between pro slavery and anti slavery in the US.
How was it resolved?
It prohibited slavery in the formerLouisiana Territory north of theparallel 36°30′ north except within the boundaries...
Utilizing specific examples from both books, explain how the actions of African Americans damaged the institution of slavery and ultimately led to its demise.
Resistance to slavery, known as slave agency, took many forms. Some slaves rebelled on an individual basis and ran north, sometimes...
regarding the Slavery as well as North and South arguments lead to impact America throughout these years. Controversy and discussion, even war, were brought about with how the topics such as how cotton developed the “Cotton Kingdom”, the aristocrats of the south, slavery and its systems, how slaves were treated...
The Fire of Jubilee
Santo Domingo. In 1799 two white guards were killed while transporting slaves through Nat's hometown, Southampton County. The first attempted large scale insurrection on American soil was the Gabriel Prosser conspiracy in Richmond in 1800. Gabriel and his accomplices planned...
Swampy, muggy peninsula, Virginia
Founded 1607, for means of gold and new trade routes
Captain John Smith
Solved some problems temporarily:
Disease, malnutrition, and starvation
No uniform, division of labor
(Problems could have been prevented if gold wasn’t the...
To what extent and in what ways do you agree or disagree with this statement?
2. 1972 What role did unfree labor play in colonial American society?
3. 1973 From 1600 to 1763, several European nations vied for control of the North American continent. Why did England win the struggle...
New Netherland was known for its religious diversity -Joint Stock Companies · 1606- Two Companies funding the settlement of New World o London (or Virginia) Company – which included merchants from the city of London o Plymouth Company - which included merchants from England’s western ports. · James I...
To what extent did the American Revolution fundamentally change American society? In your answer, be sure to address the political, social, and economic effects of the Revolution in the period from 1775 to 1800.
The American Revolution was a critical turning point in American history. Following...
clothing, and shelter
A: -following logic ideas and reasoning called rationalism, movement in history à started in Europe, used for politics à natural rights
B: -lead to new political ideas and beliefs which will challenge the authority of the king
*wakens people up, challenges the...
enslavement because slavery was fundamentally unnatural.”1 Forms varied, but the common denominator in all acts of resistance was an attempt to claim some measure of freedom against an institution that defined people fundamentally as property. Perhaps the most common forms of resistance were those that took...
A) Specific Factual Information (SFI): Write 2-4 sentences providing the
basic facts (who, what, when, where) for each item listed. Make every effort
to put information in your own words. Include a thesis statement for each
Import hard currency
Fund standing military forces
For our purposes
Where Did Decisions Originate?
SPEC Framework on the Periphery
Integrate with indigenous infrastructure
Black Legend: Term used to describe the belief that the Spanish only killed, tortured, and stole in the Americas while doing nothing good. Spaniards were given the image of cruel and intolerant human being. This term was made popular mostly by the works of Julian Juderias, in his book “La Leyenda Negra”...
All Men Are Born Free
Since the beginning of slavery in the 1500’s to the emancipation of the slaves in the 1860’s, violent and nonviolent tactics were used to fight against the tight clutches of their masters. According to Nonviolent Social Movements, violent tactics and strategies rely on polarization...
This treaty divided the lands along the meridian.
Conquistador: It is the Spanish term for a conqueror. The importance’s of these people were that they were soldiers, explorers and adventurers at the service of the Spanish and Portuguese empire who ventured to discover new places, obtain wealth, win...