What was Cumberland Road also known as the National Road? a. In 1811, the
government started building the Great National Pike.
b. It started in Maryland and went west.
c. This National road came to be known as Cumberland Road or the National Road.
Who owned Texas and Mexico before 1821?
a. Texas had always been a part of Mexico and Mexico belonged to Spain.
2. When did Mexico win its independence from Spain?
a. In 1821, Mexico won its independence from Spain.
3. After Mexico won its independence
44. What present day states made up the Oregon Country in 1818?
washington, oregon. idahao,montana wyoming.
47. What impact did the Lewis and Clark Expedition have on the Oregon Country?
Russia, spain, great britain united states all claimes land in the o
. What country did Florida belong to? Why was Florida a problem?
Florida belonged to Spain
Runaway slaves from the south ran to Florida
Slaves and their Indian friends would cross the border of the us settlements the
flee back to Florida
the Spanish did n
1. What was Lincolns plan for reconstructing the South?
a. President Lincoln had been making plans for Reconstruction of the
South before the war was even over.
b. Lincolns plans treated the South very generously. He did not want to
punish the South; he w
1. Under President Johnsons plans, could men who had been CONFEDERATE leaders
still hold high government jobs?
a. Yes, President Johnson allowed Confederate Leaders to still hold high-powered
What were the Black Codes? l
a. Even though
Why did both the North and the South have an interest in states in the West?
Everyone realized that some day the western lands would become states in the Union.
2. Why did the North and South argue over which side the new states should enter?
Where a new
1. Who was Matthew Brady?
one of the most famous photographers during the civil war. He documented the civil war
and took pictures of famous celebrities
2. Where did most of the Civil War battles take place?
Most of the fighting during the Civil War took
How does the Anaconda kill its prey?
it surrounds the enemy and closes in on it to squeeze the life out of it.
How was the Conda Plan used on the Civil War?
The North slowly squeezed the life out of the South by using a few methods.
How did block
1. What happened at the Battle of Bull Run?
a. The North suffered a crushing defeat.
b. The Southern Army sent the Northerners fleeing back to Washington DC.
Everyone, including the picnickers rushed to escape as cannon fire roared overhead
2. Were the pe
What happened to the American trading ships off the north coast of
Africa? they were harassed by pirates from the Barbary Coast
Why did President Jefferson send the Navy to the Barbary Coast?
sent the navy there to defend themselves from the Pirates
What was the first English Settlement? Roanoke
Why is this colony considered A Mystery for All Time? the colony disappeared
What was the first permanent English Settlement in America? Where is this area
located today? Jamestown, now located in Vi
How did the First Continental Congress end? they said that if they did not come to an
agreement they would come back in 6 months
What famous quote by Patrick Henry prepared the colonists for a fight? Give me Liberty
or give me DEATH
What were Min
What were the positive results of the President Jeffersons embargo?
This helped American industry grow.
Who was elected President in 1808? James Madison
What did President Madison choose to do about the war between England &
France? Stay Neutral
What is a
What was the Sugar Act? Forced colonists to buy Sugar and Molasses from
What was the Battle Cry of the Colonists? No taxation without Representation
What was the Quartering Act? Allowed soldiers to sleep in the colonists houses
What were the Articles of Confederation? When were they written?
What were they a plan for?
The Articles of Confederation defined the federal government
powers separate from those of the states. The Articles were
adopted in March 1781.
2. What was Cong
Overall, how did people live in the Middle colonies? Overall the middle colonies, people lived
on large farms that were spread far apart. There were few towns and schools.
Who founded Georgia? James Oglethorpe
Why was Georgia founded? For prisone
What was the Virginia Plan?
What was the Small sates plan?
every state gets equal votes
Who was Roger Sherman?
big states get more votes
a lawyer from Massachusetts
How many representatives does each state have in the House of
Princeton - Washington & Cornwallis Americans win and French decide to give
Bunker Hill - Colonel Prescott- Dont fire till you see the whites of their eyes! Bloody
battle, the Colonists lost, but realized they just might be able to beat
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A. First African-Americans that arrived in Jamestown in 1619 were brought
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B. Very small numbers of slaves in the Southern colonies in the early years.
Indentured servants were cheaper and avaiable. By 1650
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Focus on the question of the inevitability of the War of Independence by asking whether
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Explain how the colonists had gradually developed very strong ideas of "rights" and "liberty" that differed considerably from the meaning of those terms within the context of the eighteenth-century British Empire. Show how, as a result, actions that the
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