Final Exam Essay
In explaining American history from the beginnings of the nation to the Progressive era,
textbooks promote patriotism at the expense of other nationalities and attempt to cover the everlasting racism within the nation. Unfortunately, they
Reconquista- With the fall of the Islamic Moors at Grenada in 1492, Spain was conquered and now under a Christian monarchy using divine
right to rule. Bartolome De Las Casas describes this as an era where Spain can expand their empire through maritime exp
Part 1. Multiple choice:
1. Our Lady of Guadalupe, the Mexican Virgin Mary, traces her roots to which of the
following indigenous goddesses?
a. Coatlicue, Serpent Skirt
d. all of the above
e. a. and c.
2. In the Christian version of
Analytical Paper 2
The Kingdom of Mathias chronicles the rise and fall of Elijah Pierson and Robert
Matthews, two religious zealots turned cult leader and worshiper in the early to mid-19th century.
From the Kingdoms inception to co
Analytical Paper 1A
In the 19th century, the white population began to migrate westward into a new frontier.
This exodus proved to be incredibly advantageous for these migrants with the creation of a host
new opportunities. The econ
History 271 Midterm #1
Identify and tell who, what, when, and/or why 14 of the following are important (7 points each for a
total of 98 points possible two extra free points will be added to make a total possible score of 100)
All of the following terms w
2nd Midterm Exam Study Questions
Part II: mini essaysfully identify and tell who, what, when, and/ or why ten of the following are
important. (4 points each for a total of 40 points possible). 40 of the following term
What is Political Science?
Study of power and the organization of power
Harold Lasswell: Who gets what, when and how.
Power: Creation and enforcement of laws and rules
What you have the right to do (MAY)
AP European History
Unit 4 The French Revolution & Napoleon Chapters 20 & 21 Pages
The French Revolution
Liberty and Equality
In the eighteenth century, liberty meant human rights and
freedoms and the sovereignty of the people.
States and Societies of Sub-Saharan Africa
THE CHAPTER IN PERSPECTIVE
Throughout most of the classical age, sub-Saharan Africa participated in the
economy of the eastern hemisphere to a limited degree. Geographic factors, most
notably the Sahar
AP European History
Unit 4 - Scientific Revolution And Enlightenment and 18th Century Economy and Society
Scientific Revolution and Enlightenment
The Scientific Revolution
Medieval view of the world
Primarily religious and theological
AP World History
Unit 5 The Resurgence of Empire in East Asia/Nomadic Empires and
Eurasian Integration/India and the Indian Ocean Basin
500 C.E. to 1500
Chapters 15, 16, and 18 - Pages 375-429, 461-481.
The Restoration of Centralized Imperial Rule in
Foundations: c. 8000 B.C.E.600 C.E.
1. Locating world history in the environment and time
1. Geography and climate: Interaction of geography and climate with
the development of human society
a. Five Themes of Geography co
*This is a higher order learning question. Any reasonable answer will be graded as correct.
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Mansa Musa captured the attention of
the Arab world when he left his home in
The Ghana Empire
The Ghana Empire began as the camel was introduced to SubSaharan Africa and TransSaharan trade routes emerged.
Ghana was the first of the three great West African trading empires, reaching its height before the
introduction of Islam to Su
AP World History
Unit 6 States and Societies Of Sub-Saharan Africa and Worlds Apart: The Americas and Oceania. Chapters 19
and 21 Pages 483-505 and 539-562.
States and Societies of Sub-Saharan Africa and Worlds Apart: The Americas and Oceania
Historical Terms and Concepts to Know *Who, what, where, why, when, how,
Chapter 15 & 16
July 9, 2012
Voices of Freedom: Questions and Answers
#129 & #130
129. The Fight for Civil Liberties (1921)
1. In what ways can the ACLUs statement be seen as a reaction against violations of civil
liberties before a
V. Early Contacts
VI. Europe Pre-contact