APUSH Court Cases
1. Marbury v. Madison (1803, Marshall)
a. The court established its role as the arbiter of the constitutionality of federal laws, the principle is
known as judicial review
2. Fletcher v. Peck (1810, Marshall)
a. The decision stems from t
The American Enlightenment had a major impact on the future that was
approaching. The principles that were introduced to had a major impact on the
United States, both before and after the American Revolution. The enlightenment
thoughts involved new ideas
Date: The date is during the 15th century. This is during and after the Renaissance.
Definition: The feudal system was used as a labor system in which the crown would grant land to
nobility in turn for military service. The peasants on the lan
AP US HISTORY 1
July 12, 2015
Chapter 2, 3 & 4 Vocabulary
House of Burgesses
Divine Chapter 3
Sources of Stability
Families and New
coming to the New England come
as a whole family.
movement as a unit improved the resistance
raise children and refer to husband
for major decisi
AP US I Summer Assignment
AP US 1 Summer Assignment
Englands Social Change
There was a rapid growth in population in England. The population grew
from 3.5 million to 5 million.
The population was growing due to the infl
Date: The date is 1688. This is when Charles II is replaced by William and Mary in England.
Definition: This event was the rising of the Protestant nation in England. The event led to the
involvement of Parliament in political affairs
Unit 7 Part 1 Assessment Study Guide
Alfred Thayer Mahan
Big Sister Policy
The Great Rapprochement
-Remember the Maine!
Survey of Changing America, 1945-1970
I. Making Modern America, 1945 to the Present (pp.818-819)
-In the quarter century after WWII, there was _ economic growth that
led to national _ and rising _.
-How do the authors describe America during this quarter
Many things in history change the way human life progresses from that point forward. Many early
events geared towards the exploration and colonization not only affected lives of those in the New
World, rather, it was the lives of everyone in the world. Th
Divine Test Review
The Navigation Acts were established by Parliament, the first in 1660. There were a series of three acts
that were established. They acts stated that high value goods, enumerated goods, had to be transported
in only British vessels and
Chapter 5 Notes
Colonial society on the eve of revolution
1. 1775Great Britain ruled 32 colonies in North America.
Only 13 of them revolted (U.S.).
Canada and Jamaica were wealthier, larger, and more populous than the ori
Chapters 1-4 Study Guide
The Shaping of North America
Recorded history began 6,000 years ago. It was 500 years ago that Europeans set foot on the
Americas to begin colonization
The theory of Pangaea exists suggesting that the cont
Chapter 41 Notes The American People Face a New Century 2001 - 2014
Bushs presidency was highly divided, and the terrorist attack on September 11th, 2001 as well as Iraqi claims of
having weapons of mass destruction led to the invasion of Ir
Chapter 20 - Girding for War: The North and the South, 1861-1865
I. The Menace of Secession
1. On March 4, 1861, Abraham Lincoln was inaugurated president, having slipped into Washington D.C. night to
2. his inaugural address
Chapter 23 - Political Paralysis in the Gilded Age, 1869-1896
I. The Bloody Shirt Elects Grant
1. At this point in time, the common idea was still that a good war general would make a good president
a. Grants cultural background knowledge wa
Chapter 16 - The South and the Slavery Controversy, 1793-1860
Pd 7 APUSH
I. Cotton Is King!
1. Before the 1793 invention of Eli Whitneys cotton gin, slavery was a dying business, since the South was
burdened with depressed prices, unmarketable goo
Midterm Review Questions
1. Before and during the Revolutionary War, colonists firmly believed in the idea of no taxation
without representation. Taxation, or the levying of compulsory contributions to a state or national
body, is necessary in all
Chapter 35-The Cold War Begins 1945-1952
Postwar Economic Anxieties
1. Many feared a return to the Great Depression or at least a post-war recession.
1. When the war time price controls ended, inflation did increase significantly.
2. Labor un
Chapter 21 - The Furnace of Civil War, 1861-1865
1. April 15, 1861When President Abraham Lincoln called for 75,000 militiamen, everyone in the North expected a
war of about 90 days, with a quick suppression of the South to prove the Norths su
The date is 1688. This is during the replacement of Charles II by William and Mary.
The Glorious Revolution was the event that marked the rising of a Protestant nation. This event led to Parliament making decisions
Foreign Policy in the 1920s
1. Describe the hopes and fears that people in the U.S., Europe, and Japan might have had in the years
after WWI. Write at least 3 ideas.
2. Define isolationism:
3. Why did people in the U.S. believe that isolationism was the b