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On a North American continent controlled by American Indians contact among the peoples of Europe the Americas and West Africa created a new world. (5%). Cultures of North America Spanish French Dutch in North America. Improved Technology Expanding Trade Colombian Exchange.

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On a North American continent controlled by American Indians contact among the peoples of Europe the Americas and West Africa created a new world. (5%)

Cultures of North America



Dutch in North America

Improved Technology

Expanding Trade

Colombian Exchange

Social and Political Interactions

Colombian Exchange



Spanish Settlements

Royal Colonies

Corporate Colonies

Proprietary Colonies

Religious conflict in Europe

Political conflicts in Europe

European treatment of Native Americans

Contact and Conflict

Joint stock companies/Spanish mission system

Europeans and American Indians maneuvered and fought for dominance, control and security in North America and distinctive colonial and native societies emerged.

King Phillip’s War

Bacon’s Rebellion

Anne Hutchinson

Roger Williams

Peter Zenger

Great Awakening



New England



Dominion of New England


13 Colonies



Positive and negative effects

Enforcement of the Acts

Indentured Servants

Headright System

Slaves/Slave Laws

Halfway Covent

Triangular Trade

Mercantilism and Navigation Acts

Colonial Labor

British Imperial attempts to reassert control over its colonies and the colonial reaction to these attempts produced a new American Republic, along with struggles over the new nation’s social, political and economic identity.

1st Continental Congress

Course of War

2nd Continental Congress

Thomas Paine

Declaration of Independence



France and the war

French and Indian war

Albany Plan

Pontiacs Rebellion

Proclamation of 1763

British Actions

Colonial Reactions


Colonial Protest

American Revolution


Treaty of Paris

State Governments


Annapolis Convention


Federalist /Anti-Federalist

Bill of Rights

United States under the AOC

Washington's Presidency

Foreign/domestic Policy

Hamilton's financial plan

1st Party System

Washington's Farewell Address

John Adams Presidency

Foreign/domestic issues

Kentucky/Virginia Resolves

Election of 1800

Creating a National Identity

Articles of Confederation and Constitution

The new republic struggled to define and extend democratic ideals in the face of raid economic, territorial and demographic changes.


Politics of “Common Man”

2nd Party System

Spoils System

“Revolution 1828”


Bank War

2nd Great Awakening


Utopian Societies


Public Education



Women’s Rights

Republican Motherhood

Sothern Society

American System

Transportation innovations

Commercial Innovations

Factory System

Lowell System


Cotton and the South

Mass Democracy and Reform

Market Revolution


Jefferson’s Presidency

Madison’s Presidency

Monroe’s Presidency

JQA Sec of State/Pres

Jackson’s Presidency

Van Buren’s Presidency

Tyler’s Presidency

Polk’s Presidency

Louisiana Purchase

John Marshall’s Court Decisions

Aaron Burr

War of 1812

Hartford Convention

Era of Good Feelings

Tariff issues

Panic 1819/1837

Missouri Compromise

Indian Removal

Monroe Doctrine


Nationalism & Sectionalism

Presidential Issues F/D

As the nation expanded and is population grew, regional tensions, especially over slavery led to a civil war – the course and aftermath of which transformed American society.

Election 1844

Free Soil

Compromise of 1850

Kansas Nebraska Act

Know Nothing Party

“Bleeding Kansas”

Lincoln Douglas debates

Dred Scott v. Sandford

Republican Party

Election of 1860

Texas Revolution


Main Boundary Dispute

War with Mexico

Ostend Manifesto

Fur Trade


Homestead Act 1862

Morrill Land Grant Act 1862

Pacific Railway Act 1862

Slavery Debates

Manifest Destiny


Lincoln’s Reconstruction Plan

Wade-Davis Bill

Freedman’s bureau

Johnson’s Reconstruction Plan

Black Codes

Johnson’s Veto

Radical Republicans

Civil Rights Act 1866


14th Amendment

15th Amendment

Grant’s Presidency

Rise of KKK

Panic 1873

Compromise of 1877


Crittenden Compromise

Lincoln’s Presidency

Advantages of North

Advantages of South



Confiscation Acts

Civil Liberties and War

Emancipation Proclamation

13th Amendment

Sherman’s March


Lincoln’s Assassination


Civil War

The transformation of the United States from an agricultural to an increasingly industrialized and urbanized society brought about significant economic, political, diplomatic, social , environmental and cultural changes.

Rise of Populism

Grange Movement

Omaha Platform

Election of 1896

“Gold Bugs & Silverites”



Removal of Native Americans

Indian Wars

Dawes Severalty Act (1887)

Agrarian Discontent

ICC (1886)

Ocala Platform

Turner’s Frontier Thesis

Reservation Policy

Ghost Dance

Factors for Industrialism

Business of Railroads

Industrial Empires

Technological Innovations

Impact of Industrialism

Big Business

Populism & The West



Social Darwinism

Gospel of Wealth

Presidential Politics

Hays, Garfield, Arthur


Civil Service Reform

Greenback Party

Tariff Issues

Billion Dollar Congress

Panic of 1893

Third Party Politics

Industrial Warfare to labor

Railroad strike 1877

National Labor Union

Knights of Labor

Haymarket Square 1886

American Federation of Labor

Homestead strike 1892

Pullman strike 1884

Labor in the Gilded Age

Politics in the Gilded Age

An increasingly pluralistic United States faced profound domestic and global changes, debated the proper degree of government activism and sought to define its international role.


White Man’s Burden

Pan-American Conference

Spanish American War

Platt Amendment


Open Door & China

Panama Canal

Big Stick Policy

Dollar Diplomacy

Moral Diplomacy

Latin America

Causes of WWI

Course of War

Home Front

14 Points

Treaty of Versailles

Old Immigrants v. New Immigrants

Restricting Immigration

Changes in the City

Ethic Ghettos

Boss and Machine Politics

Reform movements

Intellectual and Cultural Movements

Popular Culture

Progressive Era

Spanish American War & WWI

Immigration, Urbanization & Reform


Global Crisis and WWII

1920s, Great Depression and New Deal

After World War II, the United States grappled with prosperity and unfamiliar international responsibilities, while struggling to live up to its ideals.

Liberalism & social and political response

Cold War and Containment


Political & Social Protest

Post-War Society

As the United States transitioned to a new century filled with challenges and possibilities, it experienced renewed ideological and cultural debates, sought to redefine its foreign policy and adapted to economic globalization and revolutionary changes in science and technology (5%)

Post Cold War Foreign Policy

New Conservatives


21st Century Social and political changes

21st Century Economic changes