Columbus, the Indians, and Human Progress
1. How does Zinn view Columbus? To answer this completely, you need
to include some of the stories Zinn uses to portray Columbus.
a. Columbus ruthless and treats the natives as nothing.
Canada: A North American Nation, Paul W. Bennett
Chapter 20, Responses to Economic Crisis, 1929-1939
1. What triggered the Depression in Canada?
1928 wheat crop crash.
2. What were the underlying causes?
It was estimated back in the thirties that 33% of C
American Slavery by Peter Kolchin
Chapter 6: The White South: Society, Economy, Ideology
1. What was the traditional view of historians about slavery? How has that changed?
First half of the 20th century, scholars viewed slavery as a minor irritant that w
Unit 1Review Questions
1. What is spatial perspective? What does it mean to have a spatial perspective?
An intellectual framework that allows geographers to look at earth in terms of the relation among
2. What is cartography?
The art and sc
JACKSON AND THE BANK
1. Why does Jackson kill the BUS (Bank of the United States)? (2 reasons)
The BUS created an aristocracy of money. Permitting the few to be richer at the expense of the majority. The
BUS did purchase political influence.
2. What was t
The Glory and the Dream: A Narrative History of America, 1932-1972
PROLOGUE - ROCK BOTTOM
1. Who made up the Bonus Expeditionary force?
World War Veteran
2. What were their demands?
Relief from the Great Depression
3. Which country was
Florida and the Civil War
1. From where did many planters move after the military
pushed the Seminoles further south? Where did they
They moved into the new territory and developed plantations
in the middle of northern Florida.
2. By the 1820s, wh
The Unfinished Nation: Summary (pg. 154-165, 168-197)
1) Federalists and Republican.
i) Federalists wanted a strong, national government, with centralized authority and a
complex commercial economy.
ii) Republicans wanted to re
Bloody Crimes: The Chase for Jefferson Davis
Death Pageant for Lincolns Corpse
Chapter 2: In the Days of Our Youth
~ James Swanson
1. In what year does the first scene take place? Describe the response to Lincoln in
Richmond? Where was he headed?
American Slavery: 1619-1877
Chapter 5: Antebellum Slavery: Slave Life
1. Why were slaves in the American South more restricted than in other areas of the world?
Wanted to achieve total domination over their slaves.
2. Outline what, how, and
Jefferson Davis and the Political Factors in Confederate Defeat
David. M Potter
1. Contrast how the war affected the economy in the North and South.
War invigorated the Northern economy by stimulating a leading form of Northern economic
activity, namely i
Letter from a Birmingham Jail
1. Who is King responding to in this letter?
2. What reasons does King give for being in Birmingham?
Because injustice is here.
3. What does King list as the basic steps in any nonviolent campaign?
THE MAN OF THE CENTURY
1. What are the problems historians have with assessing FDR?
There was no agreement on what to categorize FDR as.
2. What is Churchills famous phrase? What does it mean?
A riddle wrapped in a mystery inside an enigma, bu
SHELBY FOOTE INTERVIEW
1. As an American, why does Foote think the Civil War is so important?
It defined us as what we are and it opened us to being what we became, good and bad
2. As a southerner, what does Foote think is so significant about the
The Struggle for Black Equality
1. How were the gains that had been made for blacks during the Civil War nullified in later years? Be
specific. Your answer should include Congress, Courts and state legislatures. (This is a long a
Team of Rivals
Doris Kearns Goodwin
Part I: Introduction, p. 5-11, p. 140-169
1. What qualities does Goodwin say contributed to Lincolns greatness?
Melancholy temperament, uncanny understanding of his shifting moods.
2. What groups formed the Republican P
How a War of Terror Kept Blacks Oppressed Long After the Civil War Ended
By Stephen Budiansky
1. What were Martin Witherspoon Garys ideas for the election of 1876?
Determine if necessary to kill every white radical, mulatto radical leader, every
Concept 1 and 2: Economic Growth in Panama, Panamas Identity
Over the years Panama has been controlled and owned by various countries and nations in
different forms of power. First it was Spain, then La Gran Colombia and then just Columbia,
Panama has not
American Slavery by Peter Kolchin
Ch. 7 The End of Slavery
1. What were two interrelated catalysts for the Northern effort to remake the South?
The behavior of Southern Blacks, who by refusing to act like slaves hastened
slaverys internal collapse and for
GRANT & RECONSTRUCTION
1. What happened to change historians perceptions of Grant?
Publics changed perception on what Grant had done, and why.
2. When were Grants military tactics first heavily criticized?
The losses that Grant incurred be
Key Issue 4: Why do suburbs have distinctive problems?
Peripheral model- developed by C.D. Harris, it suggests that an urban area consists of an inner
city surrounded by large suburban residential and business areas tied together by a
beltway or ring road
Unit 2 Review Questions
1. Why is population growth a serious issue? Where are some of the fastest growing countries?
The world population is growing at an astounding rate. The fastest growing countries are in LDCs.
2. What percent of the worlds populatio
Von Thunen Model Flip Classroom Activity
Chapter 10 Agriculture
1. Describe the author and the circumstances surrounding the creation of the model.
He lived in n Germany, 1783-1850. Noted how crops near is city changed with no change in soil-mapped
Rostows Stages of Development Model Flip Classroom Worksheet
Chapter 9 Development
1. Notes on Self Sufficiency Model (Pg 322)
A country should spread investment as equally as possible across all sectors of its
economy and in
APHG CH 1 KI 1 Outline Notes How Do Geographers Address Where Things Are?
i. Word invented by Eratosthenes
ii. Geo Earth, Graphy to Write
iii. Study of where things are found on Earths surface and the reasons for the
APHG CH 1 KI 2 Outline Notes Why Is Each Point on Earth Important?
I. Place: Unique Location of a Feature
a. Place Names
i. Location-the position that something occupies on Earths surface.
ii. May inhabited places on earths surface have been named.
APHG CH 1 KI 3 Outline Notes - Why Are Different Places Similar?
Scale: From Local to Global
a. Local-such as neighborhood
b. Global-entire world
c. Globalization of Economy
i. Scale is an increasingly important concept on geography because of
Key Issue 1: Where is the worlds Population Distributed?
i. Demography- the scientific study of population characteristics.
ii. Overpopulation- the status of not just the total number of people on
Earth, but also the relationship between the number of
CH 9 KI 2
Key Issue 2: Where are more and less developed countries distributed?
The world is categorized into nine major regions according to their level of development.
The nine regions are:
a. Anglo-America Canada and the U.S.
b. Latin America
Key Issue 3: Where does level of development vary by gender?
Gender-Related Development Index
a. Gender-related development index- (GDI) compares the level of development
of women with that of both sexes.
b. Gender empowerment measure- (GEM) compares t