Define differences between Fed and Anti-Fed: Federalists were ruling power for the first decade of Constitution/
antifederalist newer- know the timeframes of both
Federalists papers: essays, authors? (Biased Men: favored elites) What were they promoting?
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What attracted the German immigrants to the middle colonies?
German's interest in the middle colonies began with the sighting of "brochures in German
translation"(p.89) promising "religious freedom in Pennsylvania"(p.89).
The middle colonies
During the Seventeenth Century, a series of events led to the clashes between the French and
the British. Forward you will discover what led to the fallout of the French and British, why New England
suffered the most from the Staple Act and
What were the religious distinctions among the colonies? Which colonies were more religiously tolerant
Although each colony started off knowing what religion and beliefs they wanted to practice,
most ended up changing their expectations wheth
Ch. 1 Assignment
How did the biological organisms (plants, animals, and microbes) brought by the Spaniards complement
the technological advantages they possessed over Native Americans?
Due to the Columbian Exchange which is otherwise known a
1. Describe why and how political parties arose.
They arose out of debates between Federalists and Anti-Federalists over ratification of the
2. What issues made the politics of the 1790s so divisive?
Federalists believed that freedom was dan
1. What did Abigail Adams mean when she wrote to her husband, Remember the
ladies? Did she believe in the modern notion of equality of the sexes?
Yes she believed in the modern notion of equality of the sexes. She wrote this to limit
some of the powers of
1. How did African slavery differ regionally in 18th-century North America?
Slavery in the North was pretty much on its way out. It was pretty much rejected in the
North. The South still preferred it due to its cheap labor source.
2. How vital was slavery
What were the major patterns of Native American life in North America before the Europeans
The Native Americans travelled along the Bering Strait down into North, Central, and South America.
One of the most striking features of Indian socie
How accurately do you think Woodmason's account reflects backcountry society? To what extent did his
identity as an English-born gentlemen shape his impressions of the region?
I think Woodmasons account of the backcountry society was somewhat skewed. He e
1. How did the English empire in America expand in the mid-17th century?
It became apparent to Europe that American colonies would expand in wealth with the trading of
goods. The government expanded so that the mother countries could control the trade com
1. What were the primary weaknesses and strengths of the Articles of Confederation?
The primary weaknesses were Executive, Judiciary, and trade
The strengths were the land ordinance of 1785. They created a northwest territory, created a
system for bringin
1. What were the main elements of the market revolution?
Innovations in transportation and communication such as the steamboat, train, telegraph, and
2. How did the state and local governments promote the national economy in this period?
1. What were the roots and significance of the Stamp Act controversy?
For the first time Parliament attempted to raise money from direst taxes in the
colonies rather than through trade. It required pretty much anything in print to include
a stamp that was
1. What were the main contours of English colonization in the 17th century?
It was a very unstable environment. Diseases were killing Indians and settlers rapidly.
2. What obstacles did the English settlers in the Chesapeake overcome?
The colonies suffere
Imagine you are an attorney accusing Spain of human rights violations in a sixteenth-century world
criminal court. Draw on the Voices of Freedom pieces in Chapter 1 to help you prepare your closing
argument. Then play the other side-what do you imagine Sp
Compare John Barbot's account of African slavery with my power point lecture entitled "The Middle
Passage" (in the Week 3 folder). Why might Barbot's account differ from a modern historian's account of
the experience of slavery?
Prisoner of war
30 April 2017
Analysis of Podcast 16
I grew up in Thousand Oaks and Simi Valley in California and I always knew that
I did not grow up on the wrong side of the tracks but I was also aware that I did not live
in the Ma
"Based on your reading of 1831: Year of Eclipse, in what ways did your chosen historical figure
Nat turner was born into slavery. He was an enslaved African American who created o ne of the
largest Slave rebellions in Virginia. Nat was so
Interesting Time paper/Video
Between the years of 1970-1982, over 1 million people moved into Houston. This meant
for new streets and added traffic. The city of Houston is known for the greatest boom with
Article 1: Millennials may eventually shift public opinion on slavery reparations
Article 2: Obama wants Americans to pay slavery reparations, Says Fox host
Article 3: U.S. owes black people re
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Instructor: Rose Botkin
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Course Title: United States to 1877
Term and Year: Summer 2017
1 The South after Reconstruction: Through the years 1865-1900 the government did not
care about racism misconduct, unfair wages, or African American people. The
president during that time, Mr. Johnson, was a racist and did not c
Project: Rise to Globalism
Chapter 4: The Beginnings of the Cold War:
The stance Truman took in Potsdam was over ending the WWII, the Soviet Union Leader,
Stalin, was there to negotiate a deal. As stated in the book, Both side wanted a friendly