Preparation for Quiz
Rules of law
Intentions of the Articles of Confederation
Who were the Federalists and Antifederalists
The Constitutional Convention
o To regulateAccording to the Constitutiongovt can tax y
-The Constitutions full faith and credit clause requires each state to honor every other states public acts, records, and judicial
-Because people in diff. sections of the country had radically diff. beliefs about slavery, the slavery
Pre-Modern World History, Mr. Grande
Historiography: The Practices and Pitfalls of History
The Study of History
We commonly think of history as a collection of facts about a certain place or time. Together these facts make up a story about
Who is George Sheldon and why is he mentioned in OConnells essay?
OConnells essay revolves around the Pocumtuck Valley Memorial Association and its memorial hall museum in
Deerfield Massachusetts. The debate being discussed here is about the accuracy and
AP World History
Era 1 & 2 Packet
Era 1: Ancient Period:
to 600 BCE
Era 2: Classical Period:
600 BCE to 600 CE
Must Know Dates for Era 1 & 2
c. 8000 B.C.E.
c. 3000 B.C.E.
c. 1300 B.C.E.
6th C B.C.E.
5th C B.C.E.
Chapter 14: Chapter Outline
The following annotated chapter outline will help you review the major topics covered in this
Instructions: Review the outline to recall events and their relationships as presented in the
chapter. Return to skim any se
The Early Modern World
Chapter 14: Empires and Encounters
To introduce students to the variety of empires of the early modern period
To emphasize that empire building was not just a Western European phenomenon
To explore the
Robert W. Strayer
Ways of the World: A Brief Global History
Ways of the World: A Brief Global History with Sources
Chapter 16, Religion and Science, 1450-1750, Study Guide (Original: pp. 461-487; With Sources: pp.
The Globalization of
Religion & Science
Ways of the World
The Early Modern Era gave birth to two intersecting
Spread of Christianity to Asians, Africans, & Native
Emergence of a modern s