Chapter 16: The Crises of Reconstruction, 1865-1877 A. Black Institutions 1. Freed blacks' desire for independence led to postwar black churches a. African Methodist Episcopal church 2. Churches provided relief, raised funds for schools, & supported
1. Explain the structure of the European alliance system on the eve of World War I. Who were the member nations of the Central Powers and of the Allied Powers?
The Central Powers were Germany and Austria-Hungary. The Allied Powers were Great Brita
1 IV. The Middle Colonies A. New Netherland & New Sweden: small commercial outposts B. 1664: England seized New Netherland from Dutch C. 1681: King Charles II authorized new colony where New Sweden was 1. New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania 1. Precurs
Defending America's World Role Wilson's call for war in 1917 Intensified US involvement in Asia and Latin America After Spanish-American War and occupation of Philippines The Roosevelt Corollary in Latin America and the Balance of Power in As
Chapter 17: pg. 557-661 I. Cowboys and the Cattle Frontier A. Stories romanticized cowboy life 1. glorified cowboys as men of integrity & self-reliant strength 2. transformed cattle industry in 1860s and 70s B. 1868: Joseph G. McCoy 1. Started a huge
Chapter 15: Reforging the Union: Civil War I. Mobilizing for War A. Recruitment and Conscription 1. At first, army raising was local w/ elections a. informal/democratic technique conformed to national tradition but war put stress on tradition 2. Sout
I. Shakers A. Name derived from their convulsive religious dance B. Leader: Mother Ann Lee 1. 1774: emigrated to New Lebanon, NY 2. believed in: a. abstaining from sex b. the end of the world was imminent 3. got doctrine from trances & heavenly visio
Chapter 5: The Road to Revolution 1744-1776 1 I. Imperial Warfare A. 1713-early 1740s: generation of peace B. 1740-1748: War of Austrian Succession C. 1758-1763: Seven Years' War D. Fused bonds between British & Anglo-Americans 1. planted seeds of mi
Chapter 4: Colonial Society Comes of Age 1660-1750 I. Restoration & Rebellion 1. Stuart Policies A. Parliament passed Navigation Acts 1. 1660&63: barred merchants from a. exporting except to England b. importing except from English ships 2. favored c
Chapter 3: Expansion & Diversity: The Rise of Colonial America
I. The New England Way
A. Plymouth established in 1620 by Separatist Puritans (Pilgrims)
1. A City upon a Hill
A. 1628: Puritan merchants get charter to settle North of Plymouth
1. 1629: Mass.