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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)?.

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1 st semester ap us history review

1st Semester AP US History Review


1st Spanish North American colony (1610)?



1st French North American colony (1608)?


1st English North American colony (1607)?



“Virgin” English Queen who united England? formed the Church of England?



Leader of the Sea Dogs? formed the Church of England?




“Lost” English colony? “Protestant Wind”?




Company that founded Jamestown? “Protestant Wind”?










1 War?st representative assembly in English North America?





Maryland legislation that protected all Christian faiths but gave death penalty to Jews and atheists?


Crop that formed the foundation of the West Indies economy? gave death penalty to Jews and atheists?


Why was sugar a rich man’s crop? gave death penalty to Jews and atheists?












4 similarities of the Southern colonies? stuff…nicer than other places)


Name that colony? stuff…nicer than other places)

A

B

C


German friar who found the “Protestant” church? stuff…nicer than other places)













1 themselves?st Governor of Massachusetts Bay?








Series of laws that repressed social behaviors (Examples: kissing in public, drunkenness, etc.)?


Famous Puritan clergyman who preached fire and brimstone? kissing in public, drunkenness, etc.)?




Colony where Hutchinson and Williams went? to regulate religious behavior?


3 Religious policies of Rhode Island that were to regulate religious behavior?verrrrry different than other places?



Name that colony? (Connecticut)?

A

B

C


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?


Other name for King Philip? unified Indians and ultimately beheaded & 1/4rd the leader?


Group of Puritan colonies that banded together for defense? unified Indians and ultimately beheaded & 1/4rd the leader?


Only colony not invited to the New England Confederation? 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?


Leader of the Dominion of New England? promote efficiency in the administration of the Navigation Acts?


2 reasons that New Englanders hated Andros and the Dominion? promote efficiency in the administration of the Navigation Acts?


British policy of weak enforcement of the Navigation Acts? promote efficiency in the administration of the Navigation Acts?


Other name for Salutary Neglect? promote efficiency in the administration of the Navigation Acts?


Other name for New York? (the colony…not the city) promote efficiency in the administration of the Navigation Acts?


Leader of New Netherland? (one tough dude!) promote efficiency in the administration of the Navigation Acts?


3 Dutch social/economic leftovers in New York? promote efficiency in the administration of the Navigation Acts?


Owners of Delaware before the English arrived? promote efficiency in the administration of the Navigation Acts?


3 characteristics of the Quakers? promote efficiency in the administration of the Navigation Acts?


Colony established as Quaker haven? promote efficiency in the administration of the Navigation Acts?


Leader who established Pennsylvania? promote efficiency in the administration of the Navigation Acts?


3 promote efficiency in the administration of the Navigation Acts? characteristics of Pennsylvania economic/social policies?


3 common features of the Middle Colonies? promote efficiency in the administration of the Navigation Acts?


Name that colony? promote efficiency in the administration of the Navigation Acts?

A

B

C



What did the landowner receive as a reward in the indentured servants for work?headright system?


Rebellion of landless whites in Virginia? indentured servants for work?


Reason for Bacon’s Rebellion? indentured servants for work?



Deadly slave journey across the Atlantic? indentured servants for work?



FFV? to Spanish Florida?










2 influential ministers of the 1 the 1730s and 1740s?st Great Awakening?




2 famous 18 Harvard?th Century painters?


Famous former slave who became a noted 18 Harvard?th century author?


Author of Harvard?Poor Richard’s Almanac?













2 ideas that American leaders adopted/believed in during 1760s & 1770s regarding government power?


Goal of Mercantilism? 1760s & 1770s regarding government power?









Colonial protest cry? British soldiers?





British legislation that stated Parliament had the right to make any law necessary for governing the colonies?


2 items taxed under the Townshend Acts? make any law necessary for governing the colonies?


Famous activity depicted in this engraving by paul revere
Famous activity depicted in this engraving by Paul Revere? make any law necessary for governing the colonies?


Colonial effort to communicate about British policy and bolster protests throughout the colonies?


Other name for Intolerable Acts? bolster protests throughout the colonies?


2 laws of the Coercive Acts? bolster protests throughout the colonies?


Parliamentary act that guaranteed Catholic religion for French and gave French speakers more land in the Ohio valley?





2 boycott of British goods?American strengths heading into the American Revolution?





Basic thesis of America?Common Sense?




Importance of victory at Saratoga? (roughly 15-20% of colonists)


Final battle of the American Revolution? (roughly 15-20% of colonists)


2 outcomes of the Treaty of Paris (1783)? (roughly 15-20% of colonists)







1 of mothers? requirement of the Northwest Ordinance of 1787?











Authors of the Constitution?Federalist Papers?


1 Constitution?st 10 Amendments to the US Constitution?


3 rights guaranteed in the 1 Constitution?st Amendment?





Tax on domestic goods? national debts?




1 national debts?st two political parties?



2 Democratic-Republicans?nd president of the US?











Big outcome of members of the judiciary?Marbury v. Madison?



2 abolished? aspects of Hamiltonian financial policy that Jefferson kept?






4 abolished?th President of the US?



Act of Congress aimed at forcing Britain and France to end illegal seizures of American ships during the Napoleonic Wars?


Outcome of Macon’s Bill #2? illegal seizures of American ships during the Napoleonic Wars?


2 causes of the War of 1812? illegal seizures of American ships during the Napoleonic Wars?


Significant American victory in War of 1812? illegal seizures of American ships during the Napoleonic Wars?


Outcome of the War of 1812? illegal seizures of American ships during the Napoleonic Wars?


2 demands of the Hartford Convention? illegal seizures of American ships during the Napoleonic Wars?


2 outcomes of the Hartford Convention? illegal seizures of American ships during the Napoleonic Wars?




2 aspects of the Monroe Doctrine? everyone’s party!)



Proposed the American System? everyone’s party!)


4 parts of the American System? everyone’s party!)



Reason for needing the Adams- everyone’s party!)Onis Treaty? (Other than wanting citrus fruits in Florida )





Marriage issue that plagued the Jackson cabinet and caused the president heartache because it reminded him of his beloved wife?


Outcome of McCulloch v. Maryland? the president heartache because it reminded him of his beloved wife?


Outcome of Dartmouth v. Woodward? the president heartache because it reminded him of his beloved wife?


Outcome of Worcester v. Georgia? the president heartache because it reminded him of his beloved wife?


Jackson reaction to Worcester decision? the president heartache because it reminded him of his beloved wife?



Congressional sponsor of early Americans west of the Mississippi?recharter of the BUS?


Leader of the BUS? Americans west of the Mississippi?


2 reasons Jackson disliked the BUS? Americans west of the Mississippi?


Action Jackson took to “kill the Bank”? Americans west of the Mississippi?


Tax on imported goods? Americans west of the Mississippi?


2 reasons southerners generally disliked tariffs? Americans west of the Mississippi?






American religious movement of the 1 acquisition?st half of the 19th Century?


Franklin & Jefferson religious belief that reason and observation were sufficient to determine the existence of a Creator?


Reformer of mental institutions? observation were sufficient to determine the existence of a Creator?


Author and leader of the Transcendentalists? observation were sufficient to determine the existence of a Creator?


2 utopian communities of the early 1800s? observation were sufficient to determine the existence of a Creator?


2 famous writers of the early 1800s? observation were sufficient to determine the existence of a Creator?


Reform movement pushing for the end of slavery? observation were sufficient to determine the existence of a Creator?


Publisher of The Liberator? observation were sufficient to determine the existence of a Creator?


Famous former slave who influenced abolition movement? observation were sufficient to determine the existence of a Creator?


Reform movement pushing for the right to vote for women? observation were sufficient to determine the existence of a Creator?


Location of famous women’s rights convention? observation were sufficient to determine the existence of a Creator?


2 leaders of Seneca Falls convention? observation were sufficient to determine the existence of a Creator?


Western New York hotbed of religious zeal? observation were sufficient to determine the existence of a Creator?


1 religion to come out of the Burned-Over District? observation were sufficient to determine the existence of a Creator?


Famous books that pushed students to the 3-Rs--- observation were sufficient to determine the existence of a Creator?readin’, ‘ritin, and ‘rithmetic?


Influential 19 observation were sufficient to determine the existence of a Creator?th century education reformer?










Van Buren effort to end the federal government’s role in banking while regulating the economy the Panic of 1837?







Outcome of Webster- Maine-Canadian border?Ashburton Treaty?


















Group of abolitionists who transported slaves to freedom? issue was the prohibition of slavery?


3 outcomes of the Compromise of 1850? issue was the prohibition of slavery?


Most controversial aspect of the Compromise of 1850? issue was the prohibition of slavery?


The “Great Compromiser”? issue was the prohibition of slavery?


Reaction of Northerners to the Bloodhound Bill? issue was the prohibition of slavery?


Big outcome for the Whigs after their loss in 1852? 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?


Outcome of the Ostend plan? decided the US should either pay for or annex Cuba?


Famous visitor to Japan in 1853? decided the US should either pay for or annex Cuba?



2 provisions of the Kansas-Nebraska Act? transcontinental railroad?


Author of the Kansas-Nebraska Act? transcontinental railroad?



3 groups that became the GOP? transcontinental railroad?


Famous book by Harriet Beecher Stowe? transcontinental railroad?


Author of the book transcontinental railroad?Impending Crisis of the South?







2 outcomes of the slaves?Dred Scott decision?









Proposed slavery compromise that would have brought back the 36-30 line; Lincoln didn’t support it?


2 strengths that the North had going into the Civil War? 36-30 line; Lincoln didn’t support it?


2 strengths that the South had going into the Civil War? 36-30 line; Lincoln didn’t support it?


First state to secede from the Union? 36-30 line; Lincoln didn’t support it?


2 Border states? 36-30 line; Lincoln didn’t support it?


President of the Confederate States of America? 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?



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!)


Outcome of the Emancipation Proclamation? society? (this was the first time we see them…now they add a B to their title!)


1 society? (this was the first time we see them…now they add a B to their title!)st African-American military regiment?



Southern military commander? liberty for all Americans?


“Best” Northern military commander? liberty for all Americans?


Lincoln…strict or loose constructionist? liberty for all Americans?




Location of Lee’s surrender? Northern efforts to fight the war?


Lincoln’s successor? Northern efforts to fight the war?


Outcome of 13 Northern efforts to fight the war?th Amendment?


Outcome of 14 Northern efforts to fight the war?th Amendment?


Outcome of 15 Northern efforts to fight the war?th Amendment?


Organization created by the federal government to assist former slaves with literacy, food, clothing, medical care, etc?


Goal of Lincoln’s 10% Plan? former slaves with literacy, food, clothing, medical care,


Bill that passed through Congress which required 50% of Southerners to take a loyalty oath? Lincoln “pocket-vetoed” it.



Main goal of the Black Codes? Reconstruction debates?


Economic system where freedmen leased land from former plantation owners but usually found themselves in an endless cycle of debt?


Radical Republican leader in the House of Representatives? plantation owners but usually found themselves in an endless cycle of debt?


Outcome of the Reconstruction Act of 1867? plantation owners but usually found themselves in an endless cycle of debt?


























2 groups of people that generally supported during the Gilded Age?Democrats during the Gilded Age?


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