HIS 163 Second Exam Study Guide Fall 2007

HIS 163 Second Exam Study Guide Fall 2007 - Federalist...

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HIS 163 First Exam Study Guide Thurs. Oct. 11, In-Class Part I: Multiple Choice Section Part I will consist of 25 multiple choice questions drawn from the terms listed below. This section is worth 80% of the exam. Imperial Tensions : French and Indian War, New France, Stamp Act Crisis, Townshend Duties, Boston Massacre, Boston Tea Party, Sugar Act, Coercive Acts, First Continental Congress, Revolutionary America : Lexington, Concord, Second Continental Congress, Continental Army, Loyalists, Bunker Hill, Common Sense, Trenton, Saratoga, Valley Forge, "Southern Strategy," Horatio Gates, Francis Marion, Treaty of Paris (1783) Creating a Nation : Article of Confederation, Shay's Rebellion, Federalists, Philadelphia Convention, manumission, "camp followers," Great Compromise, 3/5 Compromise,
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Unformatted text preview: Federalist Papers, Alexander Hamilton, Whiskey Rebellion, French Revolution, Quasi War, Alien and Sedition Acts, Kentucky and Virginia Resolutions, Hamilton's Funded Debt Program, loose vs. strict construction, Jay's Treaty Jeffersonian Era : Louisiana Purchase, Lewis and Clark Expedition, Burr Conspiracy, "empire of liberty," Toussaint L'Overture, War Hawks, William Henry Harrison, Tecumseh, Tenskwatawa, Battle of New Orleans, "Mr. Madison's War," Treaty of Ghent Part II: Short Answer Section Part I will consist of ten short answer terms. Students will choose five of the ten terms. Identify each term, the general time period in which it occurred, and why it is historically significant. This section is worth 20% of the exam....
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This note was uploaded on 05/16/2008 for the course HIS 163 taught by Professor Terrybilhartz during the Fall '08 term at Sam Houston State University.

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