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APUSH(2010-2011)Mr. HarringtonSTUDY GUIDE – UNIT FOUR (Civil War, Reconstruction, and the West)(Chapters 13, 14, 15, and 16)Instructions:On the day of the weekly Chapter Quiz, you are responsible to (1) bring to class atyped hard copy of your chapter notes along with typed responses to thechapter’s“terms and concepts,” and (2) submit this material toTurnitin.com.Question to Consider:Was the American Civil War an inevitable war?Unit 4: Focus1.Explain why North and South chose the path of military conflict in 1861.2.Explain how and why the Civil War became a “total war.”3.Analyze the significance of emancipation of the slaves toward the conduct andoutcome of the war.4.Analyze and explain the expectations held by African-Americans and the realitiesthey encountered during Reconstruction.5.Describe the Southern response(s) to Reconstruction.Unit 4: Guiding Questions1.Compare the available resources of the North and the South during the CivilWar.2.The Civil War was often termed “a rich man’s war and a poor man’s fight.”Assess the validity of this statement for both the North and the South.3.Analyze the significance of emancipation toward the conduct and outcome ofthe war.4.Identify and describe the three constitutional amendments that were part of theRepublican Reconstruction program.5.Analyze the success and failures of Reconstruction.
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UNIT FOUR: Terms and ConceptsChapter 13DefinitionStephen F. AustinHe gained 180,000 acres of land from Mexico in Texas andbrought the institution of slavery to Texas which hadpreviously outlawed slavery. 3000 slaves were brought. Hewas the leader of the Peace party which was okay with theMexican control of Texas.Santa AnnaThe president of Mexico in 1835. Strengthened Mexicanauthority over Texas which would lead to a rebellion by theAmerican settler. He led the army that would defeat theAmericans at the battle of the Alamo.Battle of San JacintoLed by General Sam Houghton, the American rebelsdefeated the Mexican army and won Texas independence.Because Mexico had given up trying to reconquer theterritory.Manifest DestinyThe term was thought of by John L. O’Sullivan. He was theeditor of the newspaper the Democratic Review. The beliefwas led mostly by the belief in the superiorty of theAmerican way of life comparted to the inferiorty of theNative Americans and the Mexicans who lived to the west.Oregon TrailA 6-month journey through the Great Plans and the RockyMountaisn that led farmers and people to Oregon. It was adangerous journey that claimed the lives of 34,000 peopledue to disease, exposure, and indian attacks.“Young Hickory”James K. Polk, he was a protégé of Andrew Jackson. Andwas running in the 1844 election as a Democrat.“Fifty-Four Forty orFight”The 54 40 line was the border of southern Alaska. Polkwanted to annex Oregon to this line. It became his motto forhis campaign.John SlidellA congressman of Lousisana. He was appointed as theminister of to Mexico.John C. FremontA captain that was sent into Mexican Territory, Sacramento

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Popular Sovereignty, Civil War, Compromise Of 1850, Reconstruction, AP US History, The Land, Slavery in the United States, American Civil War
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