Compare and Contrast the Articles of Confederation and the US Constitution. Focus on how they are
alike and how they are different Then give a conclusion with your opinion; which is better? which is
stronger? which is weaker? What context is there? Why we
Chapter 6 Study Guide
1.) Defining Republican Culture
What were the limits of equality in the republican society of the new United States?
2.) Stumbling Toward a New National Government
Why did many Americans regard the Articles of Confederatio
Chapter 7 Study Guide
Bank of the United States
Alien and Sedition Acts
Kentucky ad Virginia Resolutions
What was the structure o
Chapter 11 Study Guide
Nat Turner Insurrection
American Colonization Society
What were the differences between "gang" and "task" labor?
How did slave communities maintain kins
Objectives (Be able to answer thoroughly these objectives as if they were short answer questions)
1.) Native Americans Before the Conquest
What explains cultural differences among Native American groups before European conquest?
2.) Conditions o
Chapter 4 Study Guide
1.) Tensions in the Backcountry
What difficulties did Native Americans face in maintaining their cultural independence on the frontiers of
English and Spanish settlement?
2.) The Impact of European Ideas on American Cultur
Chapter 2 Study Guide
Understand the Founding of Each of the following colonies
1.) Breaking Away: Decisions to Move to America
Why did the Chesapeake colonies not prosper during the earliest years of their settlement?
2.) A New England in Amer
Chapter 3 Study Guide
1.) Social Stability: New England Colonies of the Seventeenth Century
What factors explain the remarkable social stability achieved in early New England?
2.) The Challenge of the Chesapeake Environment
What factors contrib
Chapter 10 Study Guide
Tariff of Abominations
Trail of Tears
Panic of 1837
How did American culture reflect a growing spirit of "popular sovereignty"?
What changed during the 1820s and 183
Chapter 5 Study Guide
1.) Structure of Colonial Society
Why did Americans resist parliamentary taxation?
2.) Eroding the Bonds of Empire
What events eroded the bonds of empire during the 1760s?
3.) Steps Toward Independence
What events in 1775
Chapter 9 Study Guide
Era of Good Feeling
Dartmouth College v. Woodward
McCulloch v. Maryland
Gibbons v. Ogden
What territories did the United States acquire under Se
Chapter 8 Study Guide
Lewis and Clark Expedition
Marbury v. Madison
War of 1812
Battle of New Orleans
What was the appeal of the West for so many