1. How did the Western Hemisphere and the Old World impact each other through the exchange of
plants, animals, and pathogens?
The Western Hemisphere (The New World) and Europe (The Old World) impacted each other by
expanding each others knowledge about w
What was the Newburgh Conspiracy?
The Newburgh Conspiracy was when George Washingtons Army was in Newburgh, NY and due
to frustrations of their pay being late, developed a plan to confront the government. He ended
up talking to them and ending it.
1. Which religious sects flourished in the first half of the nineteenth century? P. 511
Deism: Believed in natural laws not all the laws of the Bible. Were skeptical of Christianity,
miracles and questioned the divinity of Jesus.
Unitarianism: Liberal c
HIS 121 Test 3 Review
1. Other than cotton, what were some of the important staple (cash) crops of the
Tobacco, Rice, Sugar
2. What was a planter according to your text? What proportion of whites fit into this
A planter was t
HIS 121 Test 2 Review
1. What was the Newburgh Conspiracy?
When George Washingtons Army was at Newburgh, NY and due to frustrations of their
pay being late, developed a plan to confront the government. He ended up talking to
them and ending it.
2. What d
Test 1 Review
1. What European peoples were the first to reach North America?
Vikings then Columbus in
2. What factors led to European expansion and exploration beginning in the fifteenth
New knowledge and technologies = better ships, better