USHC 11 Summarize the distinct characteristics of each...

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US HISTORY EOC REVIEW GUIDE For students preparing for the South Carolina End of Course (EOC) Examination in U.S. History These materials are provided free of charge for use by teachers and students who are preparing for the US History EOC exam. Anyone may use and modify these guides for non-commercial, educational purposes as long as I receive credit for my work.
TABLE OF CONTENTS Click on a link to go directly to a Review Guide. STANDARD 1 (Colonial & Early National America) 1.1 (Colonial America) PowerPoint YouTube E-Lecture(s) 1.2 (British Influence & Colonial Protests) PowerPoint ( 2 ) YouTube E-Lecture(s) 1.3 (Declaration of Independence) 1.4 (Articles and Constitution) PowerPoint 1.5 (Principles of the Constitution) PowerPoint 1.6 (Jefferson vs. Hamilton) PowerPoint 1.7 (Marshall Court) PowerPoint STANDARD 2 (Westward Movement & Sectionalism) 2.1 (Westward Movement) PowerPoint 2.2 (Monroe Doctrine & Manifest Destiny) PowerPoint 2.3 (Sectionalism & Economic Development) PowerPoint 2.4 (Antebellum Reform Movements) PowerPoint STANDARD 3 (The Civil War & Reconstruction) 3.1 (Causes of the Civil War) PowerPoint 3.2 (The Civil War) PowerPoint YouTube E-Lecture(s) 3.3 (Reconstruction Part I) PowerPoint 3.4 (Reconstruction Part II) PowerPoint 3.5 (Nadir of American Race Relations) STANDARD 4 ( Industrialization, Urbanization & Progressivism) 4.1 (Transcontinental RR & Indian Wars) PowerPoint Guides for 4.2 4.4 PENDING 4.5 (Immigration & Urbanization) PowerPoint 4.6 (Progressive Reform)
3 STANDARD 5 ( Foreign Policy, Imperialism, and WWI ) 5.1 ( From “Isolationism to Imperialism” ) PowerPoint 5.2 (The Spanish-American War) PowerPoint 5.3 (US Imperialism) PowerPoint 5.4 (World War I) PowerPoint 5.5 (Rejection of Wilsonian Internationalism) PowerPoint YouTube E-Lecture(s) STANDARD 6 ( Roaring Twenties & Great Depression ) 6.1 (1920s Part I) PowerPoint 6.2 (1920s Part II) PowerPoint 6.3 (Hoover’s Depression) 6.4 (The New Deal) STANDARD 7 ( WWII and the Cold War ) 7.1 (American Neutrality) PowerPoint 7.2 (WWII The Home Front) PowerPoint 7.3 (WWII Military & Diplomacy) 7.4 (The Economy, the Holocaust & Israel) Guides for 7.5 8.6 PENDING
USHC 1.1 Summarize the distinct characteristics of each colonial region in the settlement and development of British North America, including religious, social, political, and economic differences. Motives for Colonization: _______________________ _______________________ Contrasting the Colonial Regions Religion Society Politics Economy New England Mid- Atlantic Not Assessed Southern Religion in the Colonies New England John Winthrop (MA) City on a ______________ The “Religious Freedom” Myth Although the Puritans fled England to escape religious persecution, but they turned around and persecuted dissenters in their own communities.

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