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APUSH REVIEW  This is intended to be a guide for your exam review.  A candidate needs to get about 60% of the 80 multiple choice  questions correct to have a good chance to pass the AP Exam (plus 5/6 on each of the three essays).   The  questions   are  designed  to   test   your   understanding  of  different  aspects   of   U.S.  history:   political/diplomatic,  social/economic, cultural/ intellectual.  It is not EASY!  PREPARE WELL! Exploration, Discovery, and Settlement  -Europe in the Sixteenth Century -Significant Events Leading to the Age of Exploration     -The Crusades and Their Impact -Renaissance and Reformation (Luther, Calvin, Henry VIII/Anglicanism) -Rise of Nation States      -The Portuguese Background (Prince Henry, Da Gama)     -Spanish Claims to the New World (Columbus, etc.) -French Claims (Verrazano, Quebec) -Dutch Claims (Hudson, Patroons) -English Claims  -The Commercial Revolution -The Geographic Revolution -Early English Settlement -Motives -Political and Religious Motives -Economic Reasons: Enclosure, Mercantilism, Joint Stock Companies -Social Motives -Pre-Jamestown -Defeat of Spanish Armada (1588) -Early Efforts -Jamestown - 1607 -Early Problems -The "Starving Time" -John Smith, John Rolfe, Pocahontas -Tobacco -The Puritan Colonies -Early Problems -Pilgrims and Plymouth (1620) -Massachusetts Bay (1630) -John Winthrop - "City on a Hill" -Early Political Institutions -Mayflower Compact -House of Burgesses -Town Meetings -Relations with the Indians -Spain and France -The English -The Columbian Exchange 1
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British (Colonial) America (1607-1750) (Be able to name the 13 and divide them into regions) -Types of Colonies -Proprietary  -Corporate -Royal -The Chesapeake Colonies -Maryland -Lord Baltimore -Act of Toleration -Virginia -1619 Events -Gov. Berkeley’s Policies -Bacon’s Rebellion (1676) -Headright System -Indentured Servants (60% of Pop.) -Slaves -The New England Colonies -The Puritan Migration Brought Thousands to the “Bible Commonwealth” -Dissidents Expelled; Founded New Colonies -Rhode Island -Roger Williams (Providence) -Anne Hutchinson (Portsmouth), Belief in Antinomianism  -Charter from Parliament in 1649 Joined the Two Colonies -Connecticut -Thomas Hooker - Fundamental Orders of Connecticut  (1639) -New Hampshire (John Mason) and Maine (Sir Fernando Gorges)  -New England Confederation (1643) -The Pequot War and King Philip’s War -The Halfway Covenant -Restoration Colonies -The Carolinas -John Locke's Role -North and South (by 1729) -New York -Dutch Background -English Took It in 1664 -New Jersey Separated from NY (to Berkeley and Carteret) -Pennsylvania -William Penn (Quaker) -Holy Experiment - Frame of Government -Unrestricted Immigration -Delaware (1702) 2
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-Georgia (James Oglethorpe in 1733, for Debtors, Buffer with Sp. Florida)
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This note was uploaded on 08/31/2010 for the course HIST 45213 taught by Professor Platt during the Spring '10 term at University of California, Berkeley.

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