Question 12: Using Oregon as a model, identify and thoroughly detail the three usual
stages of frontier development.
The three usual stages of frontier development are trade (commerce), settlers (whites,
missionaries, farmers) and statehood.
Question 13: Discuss the innovations that marked the Transportation Revolution between
1800 and 1840. How did the Transportation Revolution affect America?
With the funding of the National Road in 1808, the federal government showed its
commitment to both
Question 16: Family and religion were the two major elements of the slave community.
Describe the function each played in the community, and determine if either or both
weakened or strengthened the institution of slavery. Thoroughly support your reasoning
Question 13: The mercantilist system will eventually be cited as a reason for the
American Revolution. However, this was not always the case. Define the mercantilist
system and its effects on the colonies prior to 1760. Also, explain the initial colonial
Question 13: Describe and analyze the wartime experiences of the Revolution and the
effects on women, slaves, and natives. Slaves 158/176
Women of the War
The roles that women assumed during the war had direct impact on the men fighting.
There were those
Question 13: Define and discuss the phrase Manifest Destiny. Explain how this belief
came to divide the nation.
Manifest Destiny is a term for the American attitude toward expansionism. Americans
felt they had a God-given right to develop the land and bri
Question 12: What problems did the new nation experience under the Articles of
Confederation? Why did these problems develop?
Set in motion by the call for independence, the debate over confederation took place in
1776. Delegates in the Continental Congre
Question 12: During the 1820 and 1830s a distinct American culture began to emerge.
What philosophies, artists, and artistic works contributed to this culture? What were the
uniquely American themes explored within these works?
Definitions of American ide
Question 17: Slaves filled many roles within the slave system. Compare and contrast the
roles played and lives led by the field worker, the house servant, and the artisan. Did any
of the three fare better than the others under the slave system? Why or why
Question 12: The Glorious Revolution impacted not only the mother country but also the
English colonies. Discuss the Glorious Revolution including its political impact in
England and its effect on the English colonists within the New World.
In 1685 James
Life in the
All of the English Colonies in
America fell under the
authority of the King.
However, some were more
directly ruled than others
Privy Council - a group of
50 out of 50 points
Instructions: Arrange the following key events in chronological order by the dates to which the
Tripoli declares war on U.S.
Lewis and Clark reach the Pacific Ocean
In order to match these items determine their significance.
English intellectual whose anti-"divine right" stance on the monarchy and popular
1776 pamphlet made him one of the more significant voices for liberty.
Match the following items.
Paul Revere C
George Whitefield I
Jonathan Edwards P
Olaudah Equiano J
Thomas Gage A
William Dawes S
Crispus Atticus Q
Samuel Adams K
Thomas Hutchinson B
HY 1110, American History I
American History I contains a survey of the social, political, and economic history of the United States, from preColumbian discovery through the conclusion of post-Civil War Reconstruction.
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The common reaction to an enlistment into the Army during the 1750s to 1780s was
extremely complex. Making a living during this era was complex for most