After the American Revolution, Americans, who were free from British control, started to
reevaluate politics, the economy and society. After breaking away from what they thought was a
corrupt unfair government, Americans changed how they wanted to govern
To what extent had the colonists developed a sense of identity and unity as Americans by the
eve of the Revolution?
Part A: Introductory Paragraph (4 sentences)
1. General Statement
that relates to the question.
3. Roadmap sentence (3 subtopi
The supreme court announced for the first time that the court may declare an act
of congress void if it does not follow the Constitution. WIlliam Marbury was appointed a justice
of the peace for the District of Columbia towards the last few moments of the
There are two main points in Chapter 8 of A
Peoples History of the United States
first point Zinn is making is reflected in the title We Take Nothing by Conquest, Thank God.
This title is sarcastic. Zinn is alluding to the fact that, the war with M
1. Jays Treaty - Jays Treaty was a treaty with Great Britain in which Britain promised to
leave forts and pay for damages of seized ships. The South wasnt happy because they
feel that the North received compensation and they did not.
2. Pickneys Treaty -
1775 to 1830 was a complicated time when many Africans gained freedom while slavery
simultaneously expanded. Slavery expanded due to rapid economic growth in the United States
while social reform gave rise to the freedom of many.
During the time between 1
19TH CENTURY DBQS
AP U.S. History, Period 5
TABLE OF CONTENTS
The Role of the Supreme Court, 1803-1857.2
by Kaia Call and Libby Templeton
The Effect of the Steamboat on American Life, Culture, and Economy.19
by Quetzal Herzig and Stephen Kellar
Era of Goo
AP US History
AP U.S. History is a demanding introduction to American history and culture that assumes a high level of interest
and competence. This course is similar to a first-year college course; students should expect that the wo
SENECA FALLS CONVENTION, 1848
Directions: Read the Declaration of Sentiments made the 1948 Seneca Falls Convention. Tell
specifically what each grievance listed by the women at the Seneca Falls Convention refers to.
We hold these tru
DBQ Construction Worksheet
Number the important parts of the prompt that need to be in your thesis. List them here
(ignore the extra numbers or add more if you need them):
List the topics of your three body
Overview of Advanced Placement U.S. History
Program: Advanced Placement U.S. History is offered to high school juniors. The school has open
enrollment in its honors classes and encourages all qualified students to take A.P. U.S. History. The school
AP United States History
Course Overview and Syllabus
The Advanced Placement United States History course is a two-semester class
that offers a general survey of American History since the 17th century at the college
level. The organiza
APUSH Ch 29 Guided Reading Notes Worksheet
Directions: Using the text completely answer the following questions.
1. What was the importance of literature in the Progressive Era?
2. What were the goals of
Guidelines for Document Based Questions
1) Read the question carefully. Understand that you are to answer a question, not
simply to discuss documents. Approach it as an essay question for which you
dont have documents.
2) Be alert to the time parameters o
Abraham Lincoln, Speech at Peoria in Reply to Senator Douglas, October 16, 1854
[Page 205] This is the repeal of the Missouri Compromise. The foregoing history may not be
precisely accurate in every particular, but I am sure it is sufficiently so for all
US History In-Class DBQ #1: English Colonies, North and South
Historical Context: The sixteenth-century English intellect had plenty of fare for imaginative rumination. Sir
Thomas Mores Utopia, translated into English in 1551, beckoned with its perfect so
The AP US History Writing Guide:
How to rock a writing response
(and keep your sanity, too!)
A guide compiled by Ms. Jordan
With help from guidelines by John P. Irish and John Henderson
DBQ, SAQ, and LEQ: Whats the difference?
CHAPTER 15 (PAGEANT)
1. What was Deism? How did it differ from the religions that dominated early
2. Discuss the effects that the Second Great Awakening (SGA) had on American
society. What role did slavery in the changes
AP US History: The Constitution Worksheet
Answer the following regarding the Constitution of the United States.
1. According to the Preamble, where is the source of authority for the new Constitution?
2. What are the six(6) responsibilities of this new go
AP US HISTORY DBQ ACTIVITY SHEET
1. Read the question carefully and underline or circle the key word or phrases. What are your being asked to do?
Then answer the following questions:
a. What dates or time period does the question include?
Name_ Date_ Period_
Chapter 4: The Thirteen Colonies
Thirteen Colonies Chart
New England Colonies
Male church members
who owned propert
The Path to Revolution
Sugar Act (1764)
Stamp Act (1765)
to gain time to
devise a more
Advanced Placement United States History (APUSH)
2010 - 2011 Syllabus
Mr. C. Scott Black, Social Studies Instructor
Charleston High School, Charleston, IL
P: 217-639-5107 Email: [email protected]
This class is designed for stu
AP US History
1st Semester Notebook Check
THESE DIRECTIONS SHOULD BE READ COMPETELY AND CAREFULLY!
1. The following items should be in your notebook
in this order.
2. Make sure these items are clearly labeled (number each item appropriatel
The AP US History Gilded Age Cheat Sheet (1865-1901)
1. The Currency (or Monetary) Debate (1861-1900)
the Gold Standard (prior to the CW)
the greenback dollar and coinage of silver (during CW) = steep inflation
US Treasury halts purchase