Chapter 3 Reading Quiz Study Guide BTP
1. How did European investors seek economic gain in the early 1600s?
2. What impact did John Smith have on Jamestown?
3. How did the shift to tobacco as a cash crop impact surrounding Native
4. How did Cha
Chapter 21 Reading Quiz Study Guide BTP
1. Identify what the Palmer Raids were and what the outcome was.
2. Analyze the significance of the race riots (Chicago) in the 1920s.
3. What was the Red Summer who gave the events that designation?
4. What was est
Chapter 23 Reading Quiz Study Guide
What were the Four Freedoms Roosevelt spoke of?
What had the greatest impact on ending the great depression (specifics)?
Explain the Lend-Lease Act.
What were the draft exemptions in WWII?
Why were wom
Chapter 22 Reading Quiz Study Guide
1. Explain the significance of buying on margin.
2. By 1930 what was the percentage of people that lived below the poverty line?
3. What was the purpose of the Reconstruction Finance Corporation?
4. What factors contrib
Study Guide (BTP)
1. What did automobiles provide to people?
2. What were the three essential cities Edison wanted to light first?
3. What did the new inventions require businesses (corporations) to do (expand)?
4. What is horizontal and vertic
Chapter 18 BTP Study Guide
1. In Gradys vision of the New South what did he believe was the most
important goal to achieve?
2. During the late 1800s what was a growing fear of Southern whites regarding
3. What methods did Southerners employ to dis
Chapter 20 Reading Quiz Study Guide
What was the economic basis for the purchase of Alaska?
What was the main agricultural interest in Hawaii in the late
Explain Teddy Roosevelts Speak softly and carry a big stick?
What type of reporting is Yellow
Chapter 14 Study Guide-By The People
1. What was the strategy of the North in the Civil War?
2. What were attitudes in the North and the South early in the war?
3. What was significant about Antietam and what impact did this battle have on
Chapter 10 Reading Quiz Study Guide AP (BTP)
1. Explain the spoils system under Andrew Jackson.
2. Analyze Indian Removal under Jackson, why were some Americans against the
removal and treatment of the Cherokees?
3. Analyze the outcome of Cherokee na
Chapter 9 Study Guide
1. Analyze the impact of cotton as a major cash crop in America (social,
2. Explain the significance of the black belt in America during the 19 th century.
3. What impact did the growth of cotton have on slavery?
Chapter 13 Reading Study Guide: By the People
1. What was the impact of Uncle Toms Cabin, which character most influenced
peoples feeling regarding slavery?
2. What were the provisions of the Compromise of 1850, which provisions were the
Chapter 5 Reading Quiz Study Guide
1. What impact did George Washingtons participation in the French and Indian
war have on the Revolutionary War?
2. What were the significant outcomes of the Seven Years War (French and
3. How did the Proclam
Chapter 11 Reading Study Guide (BTP)
1. What arguments did people that supported the idea of manifest destiny use?
2. What were the opposing arguments regarding the idea of manifest destiny?
3. Explain the events of the Alamo.
4. Analyze why som
Chapter 8: African
Major religions affected
African history during the
middle ages but most of
I. African Societies:
Diversity & Similarities
Ch. 2 Classical Civilization:
As changes took place after
the Shang period, China
emerged with an integrated
Confucian system which
blended all aspects of society.
I. Patterns in Classical China
While not really unified, the Zhou made
Chapter 7: Abbasid Decline &
the spread of Islamic
Civilization to South & SE Asia
Sailing vessels allowed Islamic
culture to spread out along trade
routes of the known world, but the
Abbasid empire itself grew too
large to govern effectively.
Ch. 1 From Human
Prehistory to the Early
Neolithic humans lived a
primitive life but they were on
the cusp of many fundamental
I. Human Life in the Era of Hunters
Humans were HG until about 9000 BCE.
This caused migrati
Ch. 9: Civilization
in Eastern Europe:
During the Middle Ages,
Eastern Europe was far more
advanced than Western
Europe in political apparatus,
cultural outreach and
I. The Byzantine Empire
The Byzantines sur
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A.P. United States History
June 6, 2017
Finals Research Paper
Ever since America became involved in the foreign affairs of the world, the domestic
affairs at home have been influenced. Whether it be the new territo
5 April 2017
Slavery: A Positive Good
In this speech, Calhoun argues that slavery is a positive good for blacks. He makes this
argument on a variety of bases. The positive good speech of February 6, 1837, is vintage
5 April 2017
The US had been very cautious of the rise of communism and the domino effect during
the Cold War era. The US involvement in the Vietnam War was needed to stop the communist
Viet Cong and Northe
Closing for Prosecution
May it please the court,
The Statue of Liberty, with a torch in her right hand and the book of law in her left. Her
torch representing freedom and liberty for immigrants for hundreds of years. The book of law
representing the law a
Chapter 12 Study Guide
Describe the population changes in the United States leading up to the 1850s and
how were the different immigrant populations being welcomed?
New immigrants came (China, German, Irish, Mexican (Treaty of Hidalgo), originally