THE THIRTEEN COLONIES AND THE BRITISH EMPIRE
Started with Jamestown 1607
Ended with Georgia 1733
13 colonies total _ each began with charter (document granting special privileges) from the
It described relationship between co
America in the World( WOR-4)
Explain how the U.S involvement in global conflicts in the 20th century set the stage for domestic
The global ramifications of World War I and wartime patriotism and xenophobia, combined
with social tensions cr
Question: Explain how imperial competition and the exchange of commodities across
both sides of the Atlantic Ocean influenced the origins and patterns of development of
North American societies in the colonial period.
o Competition fo
America in the World
Noah Sutter & Maria Muzaurieta 1
Topic- WOR-3: Explain how the growing interconnection of the United States with worldwide
economic, labor, and migration systems affected U.S. society since the late 19th century.
The question asks fo
Chapter 3 Classical Civilizations in Greece and Persia
When kingdoms were arising in Babylon, Harrapans in India and the Shang in China. Greek
culture was developing under Minoans and Mycenaean kingdoms. Herodorus wrote in histories
how the rise in city-s
Classical Civilization India and China
Relationship India and China long shaped world history. Himalayas separated them but the
Indian Ocean and South China sea connected them. Trading network that connected Afro
Eurasia. Technological advances.
The Roman World
Poem By Virgil, outlines cultural, political and military legacies of the Roman Empire. The
Arneid, Virgils idea of leadership and how he wanted to pass it on to Augustus Caesar. Had all
Roman emperors followed it Rome may have s
Early American Civilizations
1. Centers of civilizations were
a. Andes Mountains produced
i. Olmecs were a foundational civilization influenced 2 later groups.
2. The Moche
a. 200BCE -700BCE
City-State - A sovereign state comprising a city and its immediate hinterland.
Tribute Money paid for protection
Moche - civilization of north coast of Peru (200-700 C.E.). An important Andean civilization that built
Chapter 9 Vocabulary
1. Malaria: This disease is commonly associated with poverty and is spread by mosquitos. Each
year 1-3 million people mostly in sub-saharan Africa die of this diesase and hundreds of millions
2.Banana: An edible yellow f
Chapter 7 Terms Page 140
1. Byzantium Emperor Constantine made this city the capital of the empire and renamed it
Constantinople in his own honor.
2. Corpus Juris Civilis body of the civilian law Justinian code of law foundation of legal kno
World History Chapter 3
CULTURE WRITERS AND LITERATURE
1.Herodotus: Father of history
2.The Histories: Herodotus
3.Homer: A Greek poet, author of the Iliad and the Odyssey
4.Iliad: a Greek epic poem (attributed to Homer) describing the siege of Troy
America in the World (WOR)
Analyze the major aspects of domestic debates over U.S. expansionism iin the 19th
century and the early 20th century.
Louisiana Purchase: 1803
o Many Democratic Republicans believed that the
America and the World 8 (WOR-8)
Explain how U.S. military and economic involvement in the developing world and issues such as
terrorism and economic globalization have changed U.S. foreign policy goal since the middle of
the 20th century
After World War
Learning Objective: America in the World (WOR)
Topic: Explain how the exchange of ideas among different parts of the Atlantic world
shaped belief systems and independence movements into the early 19th century
Idea: governments should regu
NATIONALISM AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
A. THE ERA OF GOOD FEELINGS
Marked by nationalism, optimism and good feelings.
Federalists faded and democratic republicans and Monroes party democratic
republicans adopted policies.
Wasnt all harmonious, heated deb
Chapter 3 Notes
COLONIAL SOCIETY AND THE 18TH CENTURY
Growth of colonies, new culture. What had shaped this new culture?
A) POPULATION GROWTH
1701 English colonies 250,000
Africa Americans 1701 28,000
1775 500,000 very dramatic growth.
THE AGE OF JEFFERSON (1800-1816)
Election 1800- anomsoty and bitter feeling between 2 national parties. In inauguration speech to
smooth things over. He said We are all republicans, we are all federalists . By 1816 this was
realized as federalis
THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION AND CONFEDERATION
A) THE FIRST CONTINENTAL CONGRESS
Intolerable Acts drove colonies to send delegates to Philadelphia in September 1774.
This convention First Continental Congress respond to alarming threats to liberty. M
THE CONSTITUTION AND THE NEW REPUPLIC
Would the new constitution be strong enough to hold the 13 states together? September 1787
Constitution signed by Franklin, Washington and other delegates.
The United States Under The Articles 1781-1787-
1826 CELEBRATE 50 YEATS OF INDEPENDENCE. Constitution was practical and flexible enough to allow
economic and territorial growth. Central government plus a coalition of self-governing states. Still people
resisted giving yp power to
OUTLINE CHAPTER 11
SOCIETY, CULTURE, AND REFORM 1820-1860
Antebellum period -during Civil War
-reformers dedicated to causes that established free public schools, improving treatment
of mentally ill, controlling alcohol, winning rights for women, abolish
THE AGE OF JACKSON
Emergence of popular politics. AGE OF THE COMMON MAN or ERA OF JACKSONIAN
A) JACKSONIAN DEMOCRACY
THE RISE OF A DEMOCRATIC SOCIETY - Alexis de Tocqueville, French
aristocrat noticed informal manners
CH. 12 Territorial and Economic Expansion, 1830 - 1860
Opening Remarks Manifest Destiny
Many Americans thought that God had manifestly destined the U.S. to take control of
the Western Hemisphere
o They were wanting to go as far west (Pacific Ocean and be
Analyze the goals of U.S. policymakers in major international conflicts, such as the
Spanish-American War, World Wars I and II, and the Cold War, and explain how U.S.
involvement in these conflicts has altered the U.S. role in Wo
Chapter 5 Key terms
Provinces- Outlying areas of the Gupta and Mauryan Dynasties ruled by pronces.
Council of Ministers- assisted the prince in governing.
Districts- provinces were divided into these. They were governed by a minister.