1 st Semester AP US History Review. 1 st Spanish North American colony (1610)?. Indian rebellion against Spanish missionaries?. 1 st French North American colony (1608)?. 1 st English North American colony (1607)?.
English monarch who broke with the Catholic Church and formed the Church of England?
Spanish navy group defeated by the English and the “Protestant Wind”?
Leader of Jamestown settlers who proclaimed “He who shall not work, shall not eat!”?
Young Indian girl who served as intermediary between the English and Powhatans?
Workers who worked on plantations in return for passage to the New World?
Maryland legislation that protected all Christian faiths but gave death penalty to Jews and atheists?
Group of laws denying any rights to slaves and giving unlimited power to owners?
Puritan-soldier who led Parliamentary overthrow and beheading of
2 traits of North Carolina that made it different than the other Southern colonies?
“Buffer” colony established to protect English colonies from Spanish Florida?
2 Goals of original settlers of Georgia? (Hint: nice stuff…nicer than other places)
Group of religious English who wanted to de-Catholicize the Church of England?
Group of people that Puritans thought could “show” grace in their souls?
Group that wanted the Puritans to completely break from the Church of England?
“Constitution” created by the Pilgrims to govern themselves?
Restrictions placed on religious leaders giving power to the congregations?
Puritan beliefs in commitment to work and engagement in worldly pursuits?
Series of laws that repressed social behaviors (Examples: kissing in public, drunkenness, etc.)?
Female Puritan who challenged predestination and once stated she had a direct revelation?
Male Separatist who challenged authority of civil government to regulate religious behavior?
3 Religious policies of Rhode Island that were verrrrry different than other places?
Early Constitution adopted by the folks of Hartford (Connecticut)?
Name of war between English settlers and a tribe located in Connecticut; ultimately decimated the tribe and created an uneasy peace between the Native Americans and the Puritans?
Name of war where the Puritans banded together to beat unified Indians and ultimately beheaded & 1/4rd the leader?
Group of New England colonies organized by the Crown to promote efficiency in the administration of the Navigation Acts?
Southern system designed to populate America and bring indentured servants for work?
South Carolina slave rebellion where slaves attempted to go to Spanish Florida?
Main reason for population boom in British North America in the 18th Century?
Act of Parliament in 1733 aimed at squelching American trade with the French West Indies?
Atlantic trade system involving America, Britain, the West Indies, and Africa?
Religious revival that swept across the American colonies in the 1730s and 1740s?
Act of Parliament that stated American colonists could not go west of the Appalachians?
2 ideas that American leaders adopted/believed in during 1760s & 1770s regarding government power?
Set of Parliamentary acts insuring British economic dominance of her colonies?
Prime Minister who passed Sugar Act and ordered British navy to enforce Navigation Acts?
Act requiring American colonies to provide housing for British soldiers?
Colonial protest agreements attempting to limit American consumption of British goods?
British legislation that stated Parliament had the right to make any law necessary for governing the colonies?
Colonial effort to communicate about British policy and bolster protests throughout the colonies?
Parliamentary act that guaranteed Catholic religion for French and gave French speakers more land in the Ohio valley?
First Continental Congress action that asked for a COMPLETE boycott of British goods?
Group of colonists who supported British rule in America? (roughly 15-20% of colonists)
1786 rebellion involving debtors courts/prisons in Massachusetts?
Author of the Virginia Plan (AKA: Father of the Constitution)?
Group of editorials supporting ratification of the Constitution?
Proponent of the “elastic clause” in the early Washington government?
Proponent of “strict construction” of the Constitution in the early Washington government?
Hamiltonian belief that the US should pay all state and national debts?
Treaty with Great Britain that angered Democratic-Republicans?
Last minute action by Adams where he appointed several members of the judiciary?
Act of Congress aimed at forcing Britain and France to end illegal seizures of American ships during the Napoleonic Wars?
Name of Monroe’s political party? (at this point, it was everyone’s party!)
Reason for needing the Adams-Onis Treaty? (Other than wanting citrus fruits in Florida )
Policy where the newly elected president gives out federal jobs to supporters?
Marriage issue that plagued the Jackson cabinet and caused the president heartache because it reminded him of his beloved wife?
Legislation passed by Congress that forcibly moved Native Americans west of the Mississippi?
Document authored by John C. Calhoun protesting the Tariff of Abominations?
Required gold or silver payment for western land acquisition?
Franklin & Jefferson religious belief that reason and observation were sufficient to determine the existence of a Creator?
Famous books that pushed students to the 3-Rs---readin’, ‘ritin, and ‘rithmetic?
Political party that grew out of opposition to Andrew Jackson and his policies?
Van Buren effort to end the federal government’s role in banking while regulating the economy the Panic of 1837?
Undeclared war between the US and Britain on the Maine-Canadian border?
American diplomat charged with purchasing California and New Mexico territory?
God-given belief that America should control the continent from the Atlantic to the Pacific?
Congressional resolution the prohibited slavery in the Mexican Cession?
Idea that the people of a territory would choose the status of slavery through voting?
Political party created for the election of 1848 whose sole issue was the prohibition of slavery?
Plan commissioned by Pierce where his ambassadors met and decided the US should either pay for or annex Cuba?
US acquisition of southern New Mexico for creation of a transcontinental railroad?
Proposed slavery compromise that would have brought back the 36-30 line; Lincoln didn’t support it?
Act of Congress (1862) that promoted settlement of the West through the purchase of small tracts of land?
2 constitutionally questionable actions of Lincoln during the Civil War?
Foreign policy problem for Lincoln where the Union seized a British ship and arrested 2 Confederate diplomats bound for Europe?
Booming business interests created this group of people in society? (this was the first time we see them…now they add a B to their title!)
Famous speech of Lincoln’s that espouses the beliefs in liberty for all Americans?
Famous hike of Union soldiers where they burned and pillaged parts of the South?
Group of Anti-War Democrats that protested and harassed Northern efforts to fight the war?
Organization created by the federal government to assist former slaves with literacy, food, clothing, medical care, etc?
Bill that passed through Congress which required 50% of Southerners to take a loyalty oath? Lincoln “pocket-vetoed” it.
Group of Republicans in Congress who dominated the Reconstruction debates?
Economic system where freedmen leased land from former plantation owners but usually found themselves in an endless cycle of debt?
Southern group who used violence to intimidate blacks and whites in the Reconstruction South?
Scandal involving a construction company for the Union Pacific railroad?
2 groups of people that generally supported Republicans during the Gilded Age?
2 groups of people that generally supported Democrats during the Gilded Age?