Chosen answers are in bold
Why was the presidential election of 1800 thrown into the House of Representatives?
a. John Adams objected to the outcome.
b. Alexander Hamiltons meddling threw the outcome into doubt.
US History 1877
READING THE IMAGE: What does this cartoon reveal about British perceptions of the
This cartoon reveals that the British were very cocky about the power of their army. Showing
that not eve
Words of the Bewitched
1. Bishops witchcraft was evident and notorious to all beholders because she had so many
accusations being made against her, even some from years prior. Considering how important
religion was to these people, not much evidence had t
Chapter 9 Page 241
1. Report on Manufactures- The third part of Alexander Hamiltons economic plan that was
supposed to encourage Americans to make and sell their own goods within the United States. He
used subsidies to further encourage industries and als
Calvinism is named after John Calvin. Most religious dissidents of period were
proponents of Calvinism - or extreme Protestants. Most of settlers of New England were
Calvinists. However, most historians today argue that the settlers of New England were no
It was very easy for the North to not embrace abolitionist views. The North was afraid
that the slaves would migrate north and take the jobs that the people up north previously owned
and operated. They were content with keeping the slaves down south and d
There were lots of different things Americans looked at when they moved to the far west.
With the population growing, they needed more land to live on and were told about what was in
the Far west. Gold, silver, timber and land were just a few reasons Amer
Family structure and work habits enhanced the social stability of Puritan communities
because family was very important to the Puritans. Most of their work was from home, so they
were home working and raising their families. Their children were homeschool
1.) What circumstances caused the British government to issue the Proclamation of 1763,
and how did the terms of the act consider the Indians?
The circumstances that lead to the issue of the Proclamation of 1763 w
US History -1877
1.) Jamestown (1607)
St. Marys (1634)
The physical features corresponding with all early settlements and towns near the
Ashes to Ashes, Dust to Dust
One body, two bodies, three bodies, more. Innocent people contagious of an infectious
disease were now lying corpse, wreaking of odor and covered with mysteri
Quiz Two Study Guide:
The second quiz will focus on the following primary sources, terms, figures and questions. If you
can answer the questions at the end of each source listed, are familiar with the key points in the
introductions to each so
Quiz One: Study Guide
Familiarize yourself with the following terms/figures and/or
developments. Review chapters 15-17 in your text book and power point
lectures as well as chapters 15-17 in Voices of Freedom for all of the following:
The colonists wanted their independence from Britain because they were treated unfairly.
They were unreasonably taxed as the king created the taxes for the colonists to pay. The British
fought the French and Indians and since they fought on American land,