HIST 2110 Study Guide for Test #1 Spring 2014

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HISTORY 2110:  Readings Study Guide for Test #1 ***Make sure, in addition to the following chapters in Foner, that you take advantage      of the online StudySpace for our text. :   Chapter 1: Spain in Florida and the Southwest The Pueblo Revolt The French and Dutch Empires Chapter 2: New Englanders Divided Religion, Politics, and Freedom Chapter 3: Origins of American Slavery Social Classes in the Colonies Chapter 4: Slavery and the Empire Slave Cultures and Slave Resistance Imperial Rivalries
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Unformatted text preview: Chapter 5: The Regulators The Road to Revolution The Coming of Independence Chapter 6: Defining Economic Freedom The Limits of Liberty Slavery and the Revolution Revolutionary Women Chapter 7: America under the Confederation The Ramification Debate and the Origin of the Bill of Rights “We the People” Chapter 8: The Whiskey Rebellion The Haitian Revolution Gabriel’s Rebellion The Barbary Wars The “Second War of Independence” !!! Chapters 1-3 in Ted Steinberg’s Down to Earth will also be represented on the test....
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  • Spring '08
  • Harris
  • History, Readings Study Guide

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