APUSH Chapter 4
The 18th century was a period of sustained development for the British NA
grew much more rapidly than England and Scotland.
In British America, freedom expanded, but so did slavery. Liberty was seen as
what made the British empire
APUSH Chapter 9
3 historical processes unleashed by the Revolution accelerated after the War of
1812: spread of market relations, westward expansion, rise of a vigorous
political democracy. These shaped idea of freedom w/ economic opportunity,
Give Me Liberty! Chapter 1 of APUSH
Columbus impacted heavily
Americas and Europe use to live in isolation. Indians did not have immunity
to germs and suffered a large amount of disease. This wiped out many
Within a decade of Columbuss vo
APUSH Chapter 3 Notes
Social and politic tension in the last quarter of 17th century. Conflicts between
rich and poor, free and slave, settler and Indian, and members of diff religious
Also conflict between and within European empires
APUSH Chapter 8
1789- Washington became 1st president under new Constitution. All 69 electors
awarded him their votes.
American leaders believed maintaining political harmony was crucial to success.
American leaders wanted to avoid political part
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Colonists felt that the Stamp Act violated their liberty
Ebenezer mackintosh led riots to destroy Hutchinsons home as a result of
rebelling against the Stamp Act.
The riot of August 26 was a small episode in a series of events tha
APUSH Chapter 7
After Revolution, U.S. exceeded size of Great Britain, Spain, and France combined.
Its physical isolation from the old world, youthful population, broad distribution
of property and literacy among white citizens were advantages.
APUSH Chapter 6
Abigail Adams was one of the most influential revolutionary women.
Abigail taught herself to read and gave advice to John Adams as president more
than his cabinet.
Abigail mentioned to remember the ladies.
Leaders of the colonial
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1607 colonist ships from England sailed into Chesapeake bay and settled
Jamestown on the James river, named after king of England.
Jamestown was funded by Virginia Company, a private business organization w/
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Reign of King Mob- 20k people went to White House after Jacksons inauguration,
ruining furniture and breaking china and glassware.
Jacksons career embodied the major developments of his era- the market
revolution, the westward movement,