istory Quiz for Sara
Who started the Anti Slavery Movement and in what year?
The Quakers, in the 1750s
What is compensation?
Slave owners are compensated for slaves that they set free by the government. Owners were more likely to
free their slaves as l
Tensions between the United States and Britain remained high after the Revolutionary War as
a result of three key issues. British exports flooded U.S. markets, while American exports were
blocked by British trade restrictions and tariffs. The Bri
QUIZ FOR GRACE
territory in western United States purchased from France in 1803 for $15 million
leader of France, sold the Louisiana territory to the U.S. in 1803
a war between the United States and England, which was trying
The Anglo(English)-French Conflict 1680-1780
The French controlled Canada
The English were pushed up against the english coast
The French surrounded them, they were everywhere
Both wanted the indians on their side through trade
Both tried to occupy s
The Difference Between the Declaration of Independence and the U.S. Constitution
The American Declaration of Independence, and the United States Constitution are two very
different documents that
History Notes 10/05/15
War of Independence
Why did the Americans beat the superpower of England?
- Lexington and Concorde 4/1775
- Small towns near Boston,
- Weapon stockpile in concede, British decided to try to destroy it
- Small fighting troop waiting
30 B.C. 400 B.C. Roman Empire
Learning was everywhere, more people read, and somethings by force by taking over the
land. They brought good to people who lived.
312 A.D. Constantine had dream about a cross that said with me victory, be Christian.
Valley Forge Winter 1777 1778, trained by the French advisers and given supplies, a valley in
eastern Pennsylvania that served as quarters for the American army in one winter (17771778) of
the Revolutionary War. George Washington, who was commanding the a
History Notes Third Six Weeks
- John Tyler Vice President to President, man without a party
Election of 1844
- (Whig) Henry Clay (KY)
- (Democratic) James K. Polk (TN)
- He had the endorsement of Andrew Jackson
- (Liberty (Anti-Slavery Party) Martin Van B
- March 27, 1836, Fort Defiance, General Urrea tried to prolong the excution
- Hundreds of Texan Prisoners that Santa Ana ordered to kill them
- 365 executed
- Inspirers more people
Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo
- brought an official end to
Crusades 600 A.D. past 100 A.D. Islam is spreading in turkey, North Africa, south Spain,
parts of modern day Russia, Middle East: Muslim power over lots of land.
1095 A.D. Pope Urban II, wanted the fighting between Muslim and Christians
Told people, if th
1836 Alamo happens
1845 Texas is independent
- Helped cause the civil war with being added to the union
- Anti-Slavery not abolitionism
- Anti Slavery against extending the slave states not getting rid of it
Sept 1810 Mexican Independence
- Miguel H
Kansas-Nebraska Act of 1854:
-Sen. Douglas wanted to divide the territory into the Nebraska Territory and the
Kansas Territory; to gain support of the South, he decided slavery could be
decided by popular sovereignty
-Fighting in Kansas
-Bering Strait: People moved across from Africa looking for food.
-Region changed how the people who lived there had and formed their civilizations and culture.
-Aztecs: Migrated upwards into Cent
Importance of the mass media
Primary conduit of information about politics
Partisan Advocate function
But does the media provide good information
Richest source of information
Book Review:The Fall Of Rome And The End of Civilization
1. Did Rome Ever Fall?
Goths were the first people in the empire in 376. Goths threatened
half of the Roman empire, one resident in the western provinces, the
other in the East. At the Bat
Class materials online, dont bring book to every class.
Quizzes and journals = 300pts of grade - all online
NO MAKEUP WORK
ONE MAKEUP EXAM
NO LEAVING ROOM DURING EXAM (shit)
30 possible EC points
Everything in past tence
Journals 5 sentances
`Exam 3 Review Sheet
Roosevelt Corollary added to Monroe Doctrine, says the United States will intervene in neighboring
nations if it is deemed nessicary.
Dollar Diplomacy Tafts foreign policy, use of our money to influence foreign powers to rely on the
History 1302 Exam 1 Review Sheet
African American notions of freedom
Freedmens Bureau- lasts 12 years, creates schools for African americans
Lincoln's Plan for Reconstruction-10% of white southerners must pledge allegence to union. General
HIST 1302 Exam II Review
Political Parties of the late nineteenth century Republicans in power, control Labor in NE, Democrats
Power of the federal government in the late nineteenth century Hands off policy.
Stalwarts didnt want r
HIST 1302 Exam 4 Review
Washington Conference 1921
Five Power Pact
Good Neighbor Policy
Neutrality Act 1935
Cash & Carry
Battle of Midway
Allies in North Africa
Income tax reform
Essay 1 question 1
The United States of America gained its independence from Britain through the
Revolutionary war, which was one of the most historic points in our nations history. The French
and Indian War, the colonia
The Bill of Rights guaranteed that the power of _ could not infringe
upon the rights of _.
the national government;
1 out of 1 points
The Kentucky and Virginia Resolutions asserted that the _ had the
right to de
Essay 2 question 1
The United States changed in many ways in the years following the war of 1812. Politically the
United States shifted away from factionalism although in would return a few years later. Socially the U.S.
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Writing Assignment # 1
According to Emilio Aguinaldo, America was a hypocrite. Britain had
shown Americans what the East had to offer and they were so fascinated
by it that they would do anything to gain the ter
A leading voice of the Beats was
FEEDBACK: See Complete page 954; See Seagull page 967;
Focus Question - "How
1. Election of 1856
2. Dred Scott Decision (1857)
o Sued for his freedom
o Roger Taney was the chief justice at the time
Scott was a slave
Not a citizen thus could not hold a suit in a federal court
Since slaves were a property of citizens, citizens c
Chapter 25The Great Depression and the New Deal, 1929-1939
1. From 1929 to 1932, industrial production fell by
a. 10 percent.
b. 25 percent.
c. 50 percent.
d. 75 percent.
e. 90 percent.
REF: p. 688
2. Which of the foll
Lincoln suggested a 10% plan. Only 10% of the state had agree to end slavery to start reconstruction.
Wade-Davis Reconstruction Bill (1864)
Needed 50% to start reconstruction. To have someone to represent the new
Greensboro sit ins
These north Carolina student protests focused on desegregating a department store lunch counter
Civil Rights act of 1964
This law extended that protections of the 14th amendment by explicitly outlawing discrimination by race