Neutral: A nation or person not taking sides in a war.
Civilian: A citizen not in military service.
Confiscated: To seize private property for public use, often as a penalty.
Envoy: A messenger or agent sent by a government on official
Freedom of religion, freedom of speech, freedom of the press
and freedom of assembly
Right to bare arms
Soldiers cannot take or live in a person's house without the
permission of the owner
US History 10
Preparing for the Next Celebration of Learning In US History 10: Units 9-10 Assessment
Assessment date: Tuesday, 3/2 (extended time will take place that same day during lunch)
Assessment format: A 45-minute, 40-point, i
US History 10 Quest Study Guide: Units 11-13
Quest format: A 25-minute, 20 point in-class Quest consisting of some combination of
fillinthe-blanks, multiple-choice, and/or short answer questions.
The short answer questions will be similar in length and di
Solutions for Reconstruction
How to bring the Union back together
Ratify 13, 14 and 15 Amendments
30% of voting population swear loyalty to Union
all middle class or lower citizen are pardoned
How to deal with war debts: should confederate states deb
1. How would you describe the program itself?
a. The creation of the FCC followed the principles of the New Deal, by creating one
central agency to make decisions for all communication industries. The
commission was charged with the larger, more effective
3 consecutive words or more must be quoted
Every time you quote, you must also cite (quote par punc)
All information/ideas that is not common knowledge or your own ideas must be cited
Paraphrase as you take notes (or quote)
Isolationism: In American diplomacy, the traditional belief that the UNited States should refrain from
involvement in overseas politics, alliances, or wars and confine its national security interest to its own
borders (sometimes along with the
Progressive (s): In politics, one who believes in continuing social advancement, scientific and
technological improvement, and morally based reform.
Conspicuous Consumption: The theory, developed by economist Thorstein Veblen, that much
Pool: In business, an agreement to divide a given market in order to avoid competition
Rebates: A return of the portion of the amount paid for goods or services.
Plutocracy: Government by the wealthy
Free Enterprise: An economic system that per
Treason: The crime of betrayal of ones country, involving some overt act violating an oath of allegiance
or providing illegal aid to a foreign state. In the United States, treason is the only crime specified in the
Civil Disabilities: Legall
Puppet Government: A government set up and controlled by outside forces
Public Domain: Land or other property belonging to the whole nation, controlled by the federal
Bandwagon: In politics, a movement or candidacy that g
Polygamy: The practice of having two or more spouses at one time. (Polygyny polyandry refers
to two or more husbands.)
Theocracy: Literally, rule by God; the term is often applied to a state in which religious leaders
1813 Battle of the Thames Battle of Lake Eric
1814 Battle of Plattsburgh British burn Washington
1814 Battle of Horseshoe Bend Treaty of Ghent signed
1815 Hartford Convention
1815 Battle of New Orleans
1816 Second Bank of the United States founded Protect
Lame Duck: A political official during the time he or she remains in office after an
electoral defeat or legal inability to seek another term, and whose power is therefore
Precedent: In law and government, a decision or action that establishes
Patronage: A system in which benefits, including jobs, money, or protections, are
granted in exchange for political support.
Mercantilism: Economic theory that closely linked a nations political and military
power to its bullion reserves. Mercan
Disenfranchise: To take away the right to vote.
Head-Right: System employed in the tobacco colonies to encourage the importation
of indentured servant. It allowed an individual to acquire 50 acres of land if he paid
for a laborers passage to the