Franklin Roosevelt refused to support the London Economic Conference
a. its members insisted on rigid adherence to the gold standard.
b. any agreement to stabilize national currencies might hurt Americas
recovery from depression.
1. The Whigs offered all of the following proposals for the remedies of the economic ills facing America
in 1837 except proposal of the Divorce Bill.
2. Life on the frontier was downright grim for most pioneer families.
Chapter 3 & 4 Questions
1. Did the Puritans really come to America seeking religious freedom? How did
they reconcile their own religious dissent from the Church of England with their
persecution of dissenters like Hutchinson and Williams? Does their
Chapter 1 & 2 Questions
1. In what ways are the early (pre-1600) histories of Mexican and the present-day
American Southwest understood differently now that the United States is being
so substantially affected by Mexican and Latin American immigrati
Americans feared that the end of World War II would bring mainly
b. a return of the Depression.
The Taft-Hartley Act delivered a major blow to labor by
d. outlawing the closed (all-union) shops.
The passage of the Servicemen's Readjustm
APUSH Study Guides Chapters 1-42 The American Pageant
Chapter 1- New World Beginnings
1. The European explorers who followed Columbus to North America continued to
view themselves as European.
2. The colonists who ultimately embraced the vision of America
Harriet Beecher Stowes novel Uncle Toms Cabin
a. intended to show the cruelty of slavery.
Uncle Toms Cabin may be described as
e. a powerful political force.
As a result of reading Uncle Toms Cabin, many northerners
d. swore that th
5. States that joined the Confederacy after the firing on Fort Sumter included Virginia,
North Carolina, Tennessee, and Arkansas.
9. Border slave states that remained loyal to the Union included Kentucky, Missouri,
Maryland, and Delaware.
The tremendously rapid growth of American cities in the post-Civil War decades was
a. uniquely American.
b. fueled by an agricultural system suffering from poor production levels.
c. attributable to the closing of the frontier.
d. a trend t
In post-Civil War America, Indians surrendered their lands only when they
a. chose to migrate farther west.
b. received solemn promises from the government that they would be
left alone and provided with supplies.
c. lost their mobility as
At the conclusion of the Civil War, General Ulysses S. Grant
d. accepted gifts of houses and money from citizens.
In the presidential election of 1868, Ulysses S. Grant
b. owed his victory to the votes of former slaves.
As a result
One reason for the decline of American workers productivity during the 1970s was
a. a decrease of women in the work force.
b. the Arab oil embargo.
c. a decline in technological innovation.
d. a lack of government safety and health regulati
Chapter 3: Settling the Northern Colonies, 1619 - 1700
I. Identify and state the historical significance of the following:
1. Anne Hutchinson Originally Anne Marbury, Anne Hutchinson was a Puritan
religious leader and part of the Antinom
Chapter 5: Colonial Society on the Eve of Revolution, 1700 - 1775
I. Identify and state the historical significance of the following:
1. Jonathan Edwards Jonathan Edwards was a clergyman whose sermons led to
the revival of religion; it is known as the Gre
Chapter 6: Duel for North America
France Finds a Foothold in Canada
1. Like England and Holland, France was a latecomer in the race for
i. It was convulsed in the 1500s by foreign wars and domestic strife.
ii. In 1572, on St. Bartholomews day
I. The Deep Roots of Revolution
1. In a broad sense, the American Revolution began when the first colonists
set foot on America.
2. The war may have lasted for eight years, but a sense of independence had
already begun to develop because London
Chapter 8 Outline: American Secedes from the Empire
Congress Drafts George Washington
1. After the bloodshed at Lexington and Concord in April of 1775, about
20,000 Minutemen swarmed around Boston, where they outnumbered the
Chapter 5: Colonial Society on the Eve of Revolution
I. Conquest by the Cradle
1. By 1775, Great Britain ruled 32 colonies in North America.
o Only 13 of them revolted (the ones in whats today the U.S.).
o Canada and Jamaica were wealthier than the origin
Chapter 10: Launching the New Ship of State
A. In 1789, the new U.S. Constitution was launched, and the population was
doubling every 20 years.
i. Americas population was still 90% rural, with 5% living west of the
Chapter 9: Confederation and the Constitution
The Pursuit of Equality
A. The American Revolution was more of an accelerated evolution than a
B. However, the exodus of some 80,000 Loyalists left a great lack of conservatives.
i. This wea
APUSH Chapter 1 Outline
I. Shaping of North America
A. The continent was anchored in its northeastern corner by the massive
Canadian Shield- a zone undergirded by ancient rock, probably the first
part of what became the North American la
Mark the one best answer for each of the following questions.
26. In his book Our Country: Its Possible Future and Its Present Crisis, the Reverend Josiah
Strong advocated American expansion
a. based on a powerful new navy.
b. to open up new ma
At the beginning of the Civil War, President Abraham Lincoln favored
d. quick military action to show the folly of secession.
Lincoln hoped that a Union victory at Bull Run would
a. lead to the capture of the Confederate capital at Rich
Date Due: 10 September 2012
Assignment: Presidential Outline - George Washington
Date Submitted: 13 September 2012
Term (Dates) Served: April 30, 1789 - March 4, 1797
1. 1789 Judiciary Act- The Judiciary Act of 1789 was one
The Duel for North America, 1608 1763
1. William Pitt He was a British army general who switched the focus of the war in
the Brits perspective from the West Indies to the Quebec/Montreal area. he
contributed to the eventual fall of Montreal.
Term served:1801 - 1809
1. The Revolution of 1800: When Thomas Jefferson became president, some saw this
time as a revolution. This is because Americas leader changed from federalist to
republican. This meant that the government was going
1809 - 1817
1. Fletcher v. Peck: One of the first cases that the Supreme Court ruled a state law as
unconstitutional. It showed how important legal contracts were and it showed that Native
Americans did not hold a legal contract to have thei
1. First Pan American Conference held: also known as the Conferences of American
States, Pan American Conferences were meetings where issues were discussed. This
included organization of cooperation and trade. James Blaine in
James K. Polk
1. Slidell Mission- John Slidell was a lawyer from Louisiana. President Polk put him on
this mission to recognize the Rio Grande as the natural border between Texas and the
United States, negotiate the forgiveness of th