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Unformatted text preview: HIST 2111 Final Exam Study Guide IDs Here is a comprehensive list of IDs that are fair game for the final exam. Monroe Doctrine Marbury v. Madison Clays American System Working Mens Parties Sabbatarian movement Shakers American Anti-Slavery Society Declaration of Sentiments Erie Canal Cult of Domesticity Nat Turners Rebellion 1831 Antebellum proslavery ideology Universal white male suffrage South Carolina Exposition and Protest Temperance Movement Oregon Trail Californios Free Soil Party Mexican-American War Compromise of 1850 Uncle Toms Cabin Dred Scott v. Sanford Lincoln-Douglas Debates Draft riots Emancipation Proclamation Total War Suspension of writ of Habeas Corpus ESSAYS You will be required to write TWO essays for the final. One will be cumulative; one will cover material since the second midterm. Im giving you here two possibilities for each question. On the exam itself, I will choose the question for each category. In your essays, be sure to draw on a wide variety of course materials: lectures, textbook, and primary...
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