Name SETTLEMENT established by the VIRGINIA COMPANY
Autocratic leader of the Jamestown settlement
What is the House of Burgesses
First legislative body in English America
Founder of House of Burgesses
Virginia Company (new policy esta
Ho Chi Minh
Leader of the Communist party in Indochina after World War II; led Vietnamese against
the French, then North Vietnamese against the United States in the Vietnam War
Ngo Dinh Diem
Leader of South Vietnam, 1954-1963; supported by United States,
What was "Common Sense"
A pamphlet written by Thomas Paine that claimed the colonies had a right to be an independent
This ACT REPEALED the STAMP ACT.
How did Colonists respond to Townshend Duty Tax?
Boycotted imported goods
What religious group did William Penn belong to?
Quakers / Society of Friends
This man envisioned his settlement as a "holy experiment"
Religious missionaries from Spain to America were of what religion?
Where did BACON'S REBELLION
AMERICAN HISTORY I
Prerequisites: ENG 090 and RED 090 or DRE 098; or satisfactory score on placement test
This course is a survey of American history from pre-history through the Civil War era. Topics
A company made up of a group of shareholders.
Each shareholder contributes some money to the
company and receives some share of the
companys profits and debts
Colony in Virginia, The first successful settlement
in the Virgini
Many were running from authoritarian regimes in their old country
(Germans disliked automatic conscription) and the Scot-Irish had
a historic dislike for the English. Many of these groups became
a bit on this p109
from Author Video 18th Century Slavery: "most of the slaves
brought to colonial North America came in the eighteenth century.
"no longer were indentured servants going to those colonies"
plantations growing enormously:
tobacco growing in Virginia,
A colonel that was suspended for not privileging Circassians over
Egyptians in military promotions, was arrested, and then
subsequently led a revolt in the late 1800s.
She organized women's protests in the early 1900s and led th
the arrangement of the natural and artificial physical features of an
a large, distinguishable part of a continent, such as North America
or southern Africa.
Greek historian. Known as "the Father of History," he was
In what ways did abolitionism lend vision to the anti-slavery
movement? How did the abolitionists expand the idea of
American freedom and American citizenship at the same time?
*The abolitionists in the 1830s, '40s, and '50s were a very small
John C Calhoun
Slavery in its True Light
*In this excerpt from a speech given in 1838, South Carolina's John
C. Calhoun declared that slavery was not a moral evil, as some
even in the South (including Thomas Jefferson) had once
Course Description and Objectives: This course examines the history of the United States from the end of
Reconstruction to the present. This period of U.S. history brought tremendous changes to American
politics, economy, and culture. Through lectures, re
an offense against persons or property, committed primarily by
members of the lower class; often referred to as "street crime" or
"ordinary crime," this type of offense is the one most upsetting to
Putting out system
production of goods in private homes under the supervision of a
merchant who "put out" the raw materials, paid a certain sum per
finished piece and sold the completed item to a distant market.
Irish Potato Famine
Occurred between 1845-1
State Name: United States of Cameron
State Location: Connected to the western border of France, and the northern border of Spain.
Government: Federal Government
Population: Around 70 Million
Geography: Has access to the Atlantic Ocean, and a river running
Boundary between Malaysia and Indonesia
The boundary between Malaysia and Indonesia is an antecedent boundary, a
physical boundary, and a geometric boundary. It is a antecedent boundary because
the British and Dutch decided on the boun
Many contemporary governments have chosen to devolve power in their countries.
A. Devolution is when there is a transfer of power from a national government to a regional
B. One positive effect of devolution is that it allows for t
Dr. Kelly Gibson
History of England: Anglo-Saxon
12 December 2012
All The Kings Circumstances
While much is known of King Offa of Mercia and King Alfreds life (through the aid of
Assers biography) of thesometimes calledunofficial first kin
Angelica Casas Larry Pool History 1302 July 21, 2009 The Jungle Throughout the history of society, economic competition has been a constant struggle. The Jungle by Upton Sinclair demonstrates an example of this struggle. It is, questionably, one of the mo