U.S. History Semester One Study Guide
What was the motivation for passing the proclamation of 1763?
Pre-Columbian Americas: Before Columbus, Americas were not sparsely populated and
rather had many population centers and thriving civilizations
Causes of the Civil War Document Resource Pack
The documents below have been selected to help you to prepare for the DBQ portion of
the Semester Final, which addresses causes of the Civil War. Several of these
documents will appear directly on the DBQ, th
DBQ Assignment #5
For this assignment, YOU WILL BE WRITING AN ACTUAL DBQ. (the 2003 one) It is worth 40 HW points.
WHAT AM I DOING?
Recall the following rubric. If you dont get it, you have a little less than two months to figure it out.
The Great Depression &
FDRs New Deal
What is the Great Depression?
A period in US history when
unemployment was over 25%. (CAs is
7% right now; It peaked at 13% during
the great recession)
rampant, as was
In one of the rare insta
Unit 1 Study Guide:
Chapter 2 The Chemical Context of Life
Vocabulary (define each):
7. Atomic weight
AP Government & Politics
Chapter 1 The Study of American
1. List the two basic questions to be asked about
government in the United States (or any other nation) and
show that they are distinct questions.
2. Explain what is meant by power, and b
Historical Characters American (2nd) Industrial Revolution to Today, 1877-2014
Anthony, Susan B.
Bryan, William Jennin
Prcis Writing Practice. Write a prcis of the article below, using the Dave Barry
example as a model. Follow the directions carefully.
Fly the Partisan Skies
By David Brooks
The New York Times
April 6, 2004
(1)The political divisions in this country being
Historical Characters List Colonization to Reconstruction
Adams, John Quincy
Alcott, Louisa May
Astor, John Jacob
Audubon, John J.
Introduction: Writing the Introduction
The introduction to the paper is your opportunity to capture the readers attention, to give some general information
about the subject, and to provide the road map for your essayyour thesis st
WWII in Europe
Luke Wilson Millward
Invasion of Poland
The German-Soviet Pact of August 1939, which stated that Poland was to be
partitioned between the two powers, enabled Germany to attack Poland without
the fear of Soviet intervention. On September 1,
By Nick Millward, Wilson
Abshire, Luke Ramirez
The domino theory was a theory prominent from the 1950s to the
1980s, that speculated that if one country in a region came under the
influence of communism, then the surrounding countr
Post WWII Events and
Luke Ramirez, Wilson Abshire, Nick Millward
Civilian Dead v. Military Dead
Great Britain:Military:326,000 Civilian:62,000
United States: Military:416,800 Civilian:1,700
In the late 1800s and early 1900s, Civil Rights was often debated and argued about.
Many principals we follow today were set into place around this time period. In 1896, a court
case took place that would spark the Civil Rights Movement. One day, Homer A.
Pre WWI Events
By: Wilson, Nick, and Rukus
Stalin and the Soviet Union
What was the Great Purge?
-The Great Purge was a campaign of political repression in the Soviet Union which occurred from 1936 to
What was the non-aggressive Pact with Hitler? Wh