U.S. History presents “Jeopardy 2”. American Revolution. The U.S. Grows. War of 1812. Key People and Ideas. Government. 100. 100. 100. 100. 100. 200. 200. 200. 200. 200. 300. 300. 300. 300. 300. 400. 400. 400. 400. 400. 500. 500. 500. 500. 500.
The U.S. Grows
War of 1812
Key People and Ideas
American Revolution 100 Points
First major battle of the American Revolution
What was the Battle of Bunker Hill?
Natural Rights, British Wrongs, Independence
What are the three main ideas of the Declaration of Independence?
Passed by Parliament in response to the Boston Tea Party
What are the Intolerable Acts?
Engraving of this event led to increased opposition to British rule
What was the Boston Massacre?
Resulted from British neglect of Early American colonial affairs
What was the growth of representative government?
The U.S. Grows 100 Points
Doubled in size
What was the result of the Louisiana Purchase?
Because rivers proved to be an efficient means of transportation.
Why was Jefferson interested in location of rivers in the Louisiana Territory?
1787 law that provided a means by which new states could be admitted to the Union
What is the Northwest Ordinance?
Passed by Parliament to keep settlers from moving to lands west of the Appalachian Mountains
What was the Proclamation of 1763?
Geographic feature which served as western boundary for colonial America prior to the American Revolution
What are the Appalachian Mountains?
War of 1812 100 Points
Violation of international law
What was the impressment of American sailors by the British navy?
Marked the end of the war
What is the Treaty of Ghent?
Fought after the treaty was signed, but made Andrew Jackson an American hero
What was the Battle of New Orleans?
Military conflict between these countries resulted in War of 1812 between Britain and the U.S.
What were France and England?
Restrictions which led to the U.S. declaring war upon Britain
What are trade restrictions?
Alexander Hamilton recommended this use to raise price of imports
What is protective tariff?
George Washington stated that the U.S. would not take sides in a war between England and France.
What is the Proclamation of Neutrality?
High tariffs on imports, paying off war debt, creating a national bank
What were the financial goals of Secretary of Treasury Alexander Hamilton?
Supreme Court case that established the power to declare a law unconstitutional
What was Marbury v. Madison?
Jefferson’s economic policy that promoted idea that government should encourage a free market
What is laissez faire?
Government 100 Points
Provided for a two-house legislature to address issue of representation in Congress
What is the Great Compromise?
Addressed Southern state’s concerns over loss of representation in Congress
What was the Three-fifths Compromise?
Prevents any one branch of government from becoming too powerful
What is the system of checks and balances?
This issue was basis of arguments in Kentucky and Virginia Resolutions
What was states’ rights?
Court’s interpretation of the Constitution which led to Marbury v. Madison decision
What is judicial review?
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