1. November 1921: The W
ashington Conference i s a military conference organized by
President Harding and Charles Evan Hughes. It goes until the beginning of February of
1922. Nine world powers are invited to the US to talk about military situations and
What factors motivated the United States to become imperialistic in 1898? Assess the economic, social, and
political reasons for American Imperialism. Use examples of people, places, and events.
Hook: In late 1800s, America was changing drast
Cold War Timeline
1. Yalta Conference: On February 4, 1945 FDR, Churchill, and Stalin met to figure
out how Europe should be organized now that the war in Europe was over.
Germany was divided into zones that would b
London, United Kingdom
Objective: To spread the theology of Methodism and promote Christian living among the
people of England and the English Colonies.
Summary: I am known as the founder of the Methodist Church. Methodism began as a
Unit by Unit Study Midterm Study Guide
AP European History
The Middle Ages
o 3 Legs: Political hierarchy, manorialism, Church
Scholasticism: Based solely on classics and the Church
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AP United States History
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Andrew Jacksons actions taken as president were controversial, and caused many
disputes over the course of his presidency. Many of these disputes led to further conflicts, which
John Adams was born on October 30, 1735, and died on July 4, 1826
John Adams was born in Massachusetts, and represented Massachusetts when running
John Adams graduated from Harvard with a Bachelors degree for t
Abraham Lincoln was born on February 12, 1809, and died on April 15, 1865.
Lincoln was born in Kentucky and represented Illinois when running for president.
Lincoln was a lawyer before he became president.
Lincoln was president from 186
James A. Garfield was born on November 19, 1831, and died on September 19, 1881.
Garfield was born in Ohio, and ran for president representing Ohio.
Garfield graduated from Williams College in 1856, and became a teach