AP U.S. History Chapter 3 Terms, Section 1
Second Bank of the United States: Founded in 1816, was the same as the
First Bank except that it had more capital than the First. Jackson killed it
Francis C. Lowell: Developed a power loom. Also created the Bost
AP U.S. History Chapter 2 Terms, Section 4
Henry Clay served as a Senator, the Secretary of State, and ran for
president in the election of 1825 but gave his votes to Adams letting him
win the election.
The Battle of Lake Erie was
AP U.S. History Chapter 2 Terms, Section 2
Continental System: This was Napoleons plan to bring down Britain
through a combined effort of economic warfare.
Peaceable Coercion: The term used by the citizens when Thomas
Jefferson put in action the Embargo A
AP U.S. History Chapter 2 Terms, Section 3
Handsome Lake: Handsome Lake was the religious leader of the
Iroquois, and he preached for the bringing of the Six Nations Iroquois
Confederacy from the evils of drinking and low moral.
James Watt: James Watt was
AP U.S. History Chapter 1 Terms, Section 1
Benedict Arnold- was a general during the American Revolutionary
War who originally fought for the American Continental Army but
switched sides to the British Empire.
Sir William Howe - was a British General who
AP U.S. History Chapter 1 Terms, Section 2
Count de Rochambeau - He was a French aristocrat, soldier, and
a Marshal of France who participated in the American Revolutionary
Dragging Canoe - was an American Indian war leader who led
of Cherokee and ot
AP U.S. History Chapter 1 Terms, Section 3
Robert Morris - an American merchant who was known as the "Financier
of the Revolution", because of his role in financing the American side in
the Revolutionary War.
Annapolis Conference A conference held in Anna
AP U.S. History Chapter 1 Terms, Section 4
Bill of Rights A set of ten amendments to satisfy the Anti-Federalist
opposition. Protected the citizens rights and gave powers not delegated to
the central government to the state governments.
Judiciary Act of 1
AP U.S. History Chapter 2 Terms, Section 1
Charles C. Pinckney: Charles C. Pinckney was born an aristocrat in
South Carolina Known for his involvement in the XYZ affair, being one of
the ministers sent from America.
Peace is our Passion: This was said by
AP U.S. History Chapter 1 Terms, Section 5
Pinckney's Treaty Spain recognized the right for American ships to sail on
the Mississippi River and to deposit goods at New Orleans. It also settled
the northern boundary of Florida at the thirty-first parallel.
AP U.S. History Progressive Era DBQ
During the Progressive Era, between 1900 to 1920, the reformers and federal
governments brought substantial effectiveness in reforming the nation by improving
the problems of elections that were considered corrupt, b
AP Us History - Era Of Good Feelings DBQ
I. The period after the war of 1812 is correctly labeled The Era Of Good
Feelings due to there being only one political party, the attempt to help the
cause of the union, and the increase of nationalism being shown
18.1, 18.3, 19.1,19.3, 19.6
The immigration to the United States in 1880 to 1920 witnessed an
increasing number of immigrants from different ethnic compositions with
72.3% Northwestern European, 3.6% Eastern European, 6.8% Central
AP US History, Chapter 21, Section 1 Terms
Ida Tarbell She was a muckracker. She had an enormous study of the
Standard Oil Trust which was first published in magazines.
Lincoln Steffens He was probably the most influential muckracker. He was a
AP US History, Chapter 21, Section 3 Terms
Split tickets Tickets in which voters had voted for different parties for different
offices. Voters who had wanted to split tickets led to the creation of the
Robert M. La Follette He was born in W
AP US History, Chapter 21, Section 2 Terms
American Medical Association Became a national professional society in
1901 and had nearly two-thirds of all American doctors as members by 1920. It
led to the response of local and state governments passing new
AP US History, Chapter 21, Section 3 Terms
Eugenics It is the science of altering the reproductive process of
plants and animals to produce new hybrids or breeds. The Carnegie
Foundation had an effort to turn eugenics into a method of altering
AP US History - Chapter 30 Terms Section 2
White Citizens Councils- A white supremacist group in America.
Had supported and sponsored segregation academies during
the time of desegregation taking affect in schools in the South.
Southern Christian Leadersh
AP US History - Chapter 30 Terms Section 1
Massive resistance"- Strong local opposition that produced long
delays and bitter conflicts in protest against the Brown decision. After
all the protests, President Eisenhower responded and the school then
AP US History - Chapter 30 Terms Section 3
Ho Chi Minh- His powerful nationalist forces opposed the French. He
was a communist determined to win independence for Japan.
Gamal Abdel Nasser- Leader of the nationalist government of
Egypt. Dulles punished him