The Proclamation of Neutrality
By THE PRESIDENT of the UNITED STATES of America,
Whereas it appears that a state of war exists between Austria, Prussia, Sardinia, Great Britain,
and the United Netherlands, of the one part, and France on the
The Cold War Test: Study Guide
Section I: 1950s Culture
Rock n Roll:
How did the GI Bill and returning WWII vets shape the 1950s American Dream?
What did Levittown homeowner
The Civil Rights Movement & Vietnam Test
Directions: Use this study guide to prepare for you upcoming test on the Civil Rights Movement and Vietnam.
You should be prepared to answer multiple choice questions, short answer, matching and v
New Nation Quiz Study Guide
Directions: Use this study guide, your class notes and handouts to help you study for your upcoming quiz. The
quiz will consist of short answer, multiple choice, PAO fill-ins, as well as some cause and effect matching.
US History Midterm January 2013 Study Guide
Directions: Use the following study guide to prepare for your upcoming midterm exam. You should be able to
identify the following terms and answer the questions below. Your midterm exam will be a combinati
Which Side Should Have Won the Revolutionary War?
If you lived in America when the Revolutionary War began (1775), you would be concerned about the outcome of the war. If
the British won, they would continue to govern the colonies; if the colonists
The Elections of 1824 & 1828: From the Corrupt Bargain to the Common Man
Reading for Information & Mapping Exercise
Step 1: Learn about the Election of 1824 by reading the sections - The 12th Amendment and The Candidates & Campaign
Step 2: Complete
During Washington's presidency, he appointed Alexander Hamilton as his Secretary of the Treasury, and Thomas Jefferson as his
Secretary of State. These two men engaged in a philosophical rivalry that led to the establishment of the
The War of 1812: Causes, Conflicts & Resolutions
1. American Shipping Problem-Action-Outcome: Use the assigned reading to complete the following PAO chart using
Interference with US Shipping
WWII: Unit Test Study Guide
Section I: Causes & Build Up
1. What were the causes of WWII?
2. Why did the US attempt to remain isolated from WWII?
3. What actions were taken to maintain US neutrality at the start of WWII?
4. Why was
Level 2 Midterm
To be completed in class: Tuesday, January 15th
Directions: Write a well-organized essay that includes an introduction, several paragraphs addressing the
task below, and a conclusion.
Date: May 2013
United States History: Decades Project
Background Description & Purpose:
Most of this class has been focused on the political, economic and legal history of
the United States. The purpose of this assignment is
The Womans Suffrage Movement: The Tactics behind the Movement
Directions: Read the excerpts about two of the most influential Womens Suffrage Movement leaders of the 20 th Century
Alice Paul and Carrie Chapman Catt. After reading about each women a