British Imperialism in India Lecture
British Expand Control Over India
East India Company Dominates
British East India Company rules India until the 1850s.
Company has its own army led by British officers
Army is staffed by sepoysIndian soldiers.
The Renaissance Homework
What was the Renaissance?
People of the Book
The Jews and Christians are considered brothers of the Muslims.
Muslims see the Quran as simply the final version of the Bible.
Muhammad is considered the Final Prophet.
Similarities Among the Religions of the Book
World History The Holocaust
As part of their vision for Europe, the Nazis proposed a new racial order.
They proclaimed that the Germanic peoples, or Aryans, were a master race. (a
misuse of the term Aryan, which actually refers to the Indo-Eu
World History The Crusades Notes
The Crusades: The Beginning
In 1093, Byzantine emperor asks for help fighting the Turks
Pope Urban II issues a call for a Crusadea holy war
Goals of the Crusades
Pope wants to reclaim Jerusalem and reunite Christianity
World History Midterm Study Guide
Modern legal systems are based upon _ Law
Constantine moved the capital from _ to _.
Rome to Byzantium
Which apostle was important for spreading Christianity by the idea of including all people?
Chapter 2 Summa
AP European History Chapter 10 Outline French Religious Wars
French Protestants are known as Huguenots, a term derived from Besancon Hugues, the
leader of Genevas political revolt in the 1520s.
Trouble for Protestants in France
AP European History The Enlightment Quiz Study Guide
The Enlightenment was an extension of the Scientific Revolution
It took place against the backdrop of the various European Wars, including:
1. The War of Spanish Succession
2. The War of Austrian Succes
AP European History Quiz 4 Review Guide
The Thirty Years War (1618-1648)
Bitter hatreds between Catholics, Protestants, Calvinists, and Lutherans set the stage for a
This warwhich took place in the Holy Roman Empirewa
AP European Final Exam Study Guide
1. How can the Renaissance be used as a springboard for defining modernity?
The Renaissance saw a secular attitudethis shift was from heaven to earth.
Renaissance patrons built orphanages, plazas, a sense of
AP European History Napolean Notes
Nationalism at this time could be defined as a:
A sense of community of common institutions and traditions
A common government
Usually, but not always a common language
An awakening or latent pride in the past combined w
Chapter 11 Outline Imperalism in Spain
Pillars of Spanish Power
Until England defeated the Spanish Armada in 1588, Philip II was the most powerful
monarch in Europe.
Philip was heir to the intensely Catholic and militarily supreme western Habsburg
AP European History Quiz 3 Review Material
Edward VI made an agreement that made Lady Jane Greythe teenage daughter of a powerful
Protestant nobleman and the granddaughter (on her mothers side)of Henry VIIIs younger sister Mary
his successor in place of
The Reformation Lecture Notes
Many early groups or people questioned the Church
The Catharswere rooted out in the Albigensian crusade. This was Innocent IIIs greatest test
John Wycliffe translates the bible (1300s)
Ordinary devout citizens s
Rape of Nanjing Lecture Notes World War II Unite
In six to eight weeks they killed over 300,000 people.
Women were targeted. They were abused and raped. In fact, this even is not
known as the massacre of Nanking
It is known as the Rape of Nankingbecause t
English Civil War Lecture Notes
The Puritans gain Scottish support by promising to support Presbyterianism as a
The New Parliament was now much reduced (to 50 members) but it would now,
at last, agree to the trial of Charles I. This was cal
AP US History Chapter 3 The West Notes
The Problem of the West
After Yorktown, the British left the West for the new United States, abandoning their
Indian alllies. The Iroquois and the Ohio tribes, who had fought with the British, did not
Revolutionary War Lecture Notes
The War For Independence
At the start of the war Britain had the best-equipped and most
disciplined army, along with a navy that was unopposed in
Due to the native officer corps and consider
Jacksonian Era Conflicts
1. Seminoles were ordered to merge with their old enemy - the Creek - and be
- Refused as Creek were slaveowners & many Seminoles had escaped
2. Waged bloody guerrilla war in the Second Seminole War ( 183
AP US History Jefferson Presidency Notes
-Jefferson as President: attitude toward Federalist programs Louisiana Purchase
and reaction to it foreign policy and neutral rights
-The Supreme Court under John Marshall: major cases and significance of
The Campaign for New York and New Jersey
In the winter of 1775-76 the British developed the strategy of having Sir William Howe work
his way up from New York and have another army head south from Canada
Washington anticipated this strategy and set up fo
Trail of Tears Notes
1. Developed certain aspects of society similar to whites
a. Sequoya created Cherokee syllabic alphabet (85 characters) and Cherokee had
own newspaper, Cherokee Phoenix
b. Had a written constitution similar to U.S.; similar e
The Election of 1824 Notes
A. Congress had increased the general tariff in 1824 from 23% on dutiable goods to 37%
- Eastern wool manufacturers pleaded for even higher tariffs for protection from British
C. Jacksonites rigged up a plan for unseat
US Congress Introduction Notes
The United States in Congress Assembled
The Articles of Confederation was the first written government of the
It created a weak government with almost no power
o The Articles of Confederation
In the Nove
The Revolutinary War Effects Lecture
The Land Ordinance of 1785 provided for the survey and sale of western lands, dividing the
land into townships of 36 sq. miles (640 acres) each. Jefferson argued that the land should be
given to settlers, but the land
The French Alliance and the Spanish Borderlands Lecture
During the first two years of fighting Americans were sustained by loans from France and
Ben Franklin was sent by Congress to Paris as a delegate for America and he was successful in
Jacksonian Democracy Notes
American System Economic program advanced by Henry Clay that included support for a
national bank, high tariffs, and internal improvements; emphasized strong role for federal
government in the economy.
Corrupt bargain Refers to