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ABC Book of the U.S. History . A. Anne Hutchinson – Banish from Massachusetts Colony ; one of the founders of Rhode Island . A. Anthony, Susan B. – Leader in women’s suffrage (rights to vote) movement so years to the effort to attain equal women rights . B .

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  • Anne Hutchinson – Banish from Massachusetts Colony ; one of the founders of Rhode Island
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  • Anthony, Susan B. – Leader in women’s suffrage (rights to vote) movement so years to the effort to attain equal women rights
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  • Bazaar- Navy Seaman who was awarded the Medal of Honor for his valor in the Battle for Fort Fisher of the American Civil war
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  • Brown, John – Militant Abolitionist who led raid at Harper’s Ferry
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  • Communication System- process of keeping the colonies connected to know what was going on in the others
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  • Confederation- United in a league, alliance, or conspiracy
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  • Deere, John – Inventor of the street plow
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  • Dawes Act – Indian policy that broke up reservations into individual land plots
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  • Emerson, Ralph – Writer and poet; popularized the idea of transcendentalism
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  • English Bill of Rights – Called for frequent elections, guaranteed rights to bear arms, forbade cruel and usual punishment; rested trial by jury
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  • Florida Cession – Given to the U.S. by Spain
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  • Franklin, Benjamin – Author, publisher, inventor and diplomat
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  • Gadsden Purchase – land purchase from Mexico in used to complete the transcantisental railroads
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  • Galvez, Bernardo de – Spaniard who held off British in New Orleans , but allowed American use of the part
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Horace Mann – Father of Public Education; believed all children had the rights to free education

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  • Harriet Tubman – Former slave and conductor of the Underground Railroad
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  • Industrialism – the large- scale introduction of manufacturing, advanced technical entetrprises
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  • Individual Rights – the first 10 amendments of the Consition protect individuals rights against the power of the sun
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  • Jackson Democracy – The idea that as many people as possible should be allowed
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  • John Paul Jones – Founder of the U.S. navy led raids on British ships and famous for yelling (I have not yet began to fight)
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  • King George lll – King of England during the American Revolution
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  • Kansas Nebraska Act – All were example of the government compromise that actually spread slavery further in the country
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  • Limited Government – placed strict limits on government to protect the people
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  • Labor Reform Movement – Social movement where workers began protesting and strickes to get better wages
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  • Morrill Act – land grant that established agricultural – universities ( TEXAS A&M)
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Morse, Samuel – Inventor of the telegraph

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  • New Jersey Plan - the number of
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  • Northwest Ordinance – established government for the Northwest Territory and descried how a territory become a states
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  • Override – to overturn or defeat as a fail purposed in congress
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  • Offensive – position of attacking or the acking itself
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  • Property Rights – the rights to own property
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  • Protection Tariffs – taxes on imported goods that are designed to help United States companies complete un the sales if goods
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  • Quaker s – Quartering of troops
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  • Quincy Adams – 6th President, member of Congress and favored strong nationalism against states
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  • Republicanism – Government in which the desire of people are represented in government by elected representive
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  • Revels, Hiram – American clergyman and educator who become the first black citizen to be elected to the U.S. senate
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  • Suffrage – the rights to vote
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  • Secession – to withdraw formally union from an alliance, federation, or association, as from a political
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  • Transcendentalism – a philosophy emphasizing spiritual importance in life over the material important
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  • Trails of Tears – forces on this trail after Andrew Jackson signed the Indian Removal Act of 1830 into laws
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  • Ulysses S. Grant – commanding union general won major victories for the union
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  • Urbanization – social process where cities grow and societies become more urban
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  • Virtue – the quality of doing what is rights and avoid what is wrong
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  • Virginia Plan – each states would have a different number of representatives based on states population
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  • Whitney, Eli – Invented the coin gin and in terchangeable parts
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  • William, Blackstone – gave the 1st University lectures on English Common Law
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  • XYZ affair – John Adams