Apush midterm Study Guide Mr. Baker ap us history Hough High School Directions: Go back and study all notes, handouts, and identifications. Use the list below to double check your comprehensions of the people, events, etc



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APUSH Midterm Study Guide Mr. Baker AP US History - Hough High School
Directions: Go back and study all notes, handouts, and identifications. Use the list below to double check your comprehensions of the people, events, etc.

Colonies

-difference between French, Spanish, English colonies

-mercantilism

-puritanism

-Sir Walter Raleigh and Roanoke

-joint stock companies

-Jamestown

-indentured servants

-John Rolfe

-House of Burgesses

-headright system

-Plymouth

-Massachusetts Bay Company and John Winthrop

-Reason for each British colony’s founding

-Comparison between British colony regions (North, South, Mid-Atlantic)

-Anne Hutchinson

-Roger Williams

-Maryland Act of Toleration

-Fundamental Orders of Connecticut

-salutary neglect

-Dutch in New York area

-Quakers


-William Penn

-triangular trade

-navigation acts

-Bacon’s Rebellion

-Halfway Covenant

-Salem Witch Trials

-1st Great Awakening

-Jonathan Edwards and George Whitfield

-Albany Plan

-French and Indian War



Revolutionary Era

-Benjamin Franklin

-Proclamation of 1763

-Sugar Act, Quartering Act, Currency Act, Stamp Act, Declatory Act

-Samuel Adams

-Stamp Act Congress

-Townshend Acts

-Virtual Representation

-Boston Massacre

-Boston Tea Party

-Coercive Acts

-Ways colonists resisted British before outbreak of war

-1st Continental Congress

-Lexington and Concord

-2nd Continental Congress

-Bunker Hill, Saratoga, Yorktown

-Common Sense

-Declaration of Independence

-General George Washington, his strategy

-McCulloch v. Maryland

-Dartmouth College v. Woodward


Early Republic

-Articles of Confederation

-Treaty of Paris 1783, Land Ordinance 1785, Northwest Ordinance 1787

-John Jay

-Shays’ Rebellion

-Constitutional Convention, compromises and debates

-New Jersey Plan, Virginia Plan, Great Compromise (Connecticut Compromise)

-Federalists vs. Anti-Federalists

-President George Washington’s Administration

-Judiciary Act 1789

-Alexander Hamilton

-Thomas Jefferson

-Jeffersonian Democratic-Republicans

-Eli Whitney

-Jay’s Treaty

-Pinckney Treaty

-Whiskey Rebellion

-John Adams

-XYZ Affair

-Alien and Sedition Acts

-Kentucky and Virginia Resolutions

-Napoleonic Wars

-John Marshall

-Marbury v. Madison

-Louisiana Purchase

-Lewis & Clark Expedition

-Burr conspiracy

-Embargo Act 1807, Non-Intercourse Act

-James Madison

-impressment

-Tecumseh

-Causes, Course, and Counsequences of War of 1812

-James Monroe, Era of Good Feelings, Monroe Doctrine


Jacksonian Era

-Florida


-Indian removal, Cherokees, Trail of Tears

-cult of domesticity, separate spheres

-Antebellum reforms and utopian communities, Horace Mann, Dorothea Dix, women’s rights, Seneca Falls Convention

-2nd Great Awakening

-Lowell System

-Transcendentalism

-Missouri Compromise

-Denmark Vesey

-Gibbons v. Ogden

-Hudson River School

-James Fenimore Cooper

-“Corrupt Bargain” of 1824

-John Quincy Adams

-“Tariff of Abominations”

-John C Calhoun

-Andrew Jackson

-spoils system

-Martin van Buren

-Alexis de Tocqueville

-Mormons, Brigham Young, Joseph Smith, Mormon Trail

-Nat Turner

-Tariff of 1832 and Nullification crisis

-Nicholas Biddle and Bank issue

-causes of Texas revolution, Alamo, Sam Houston

-Whig Party

-Ralph Waldo Emerson, Henry David Thoreau




Building up to Civil War

-abolitionism

-Southern defense of slavery

-William Lloyd Garrison

-Frederick Douglass

-William Henry Harrison, John Tyler

-Irish and German immigration

-Manifest Destiny

-slavery

-Underground Railroad and Harriet Tubman

-James Polk

-Edgar Allan Poe

-Causes, course, and consequences of Mexican War

-Wilmot Proviso

-popular sovereignty

-free soil party

-Mexican Cession and slavery

-gold rush

-Zachary Taylor

-growing differences between North and South

-Compromise of 1850

-Stephen Douglas

-Fugitive Slave Act

-Millard Fillmore

-Franklin Pierce

-James Buchanan

-Harriet Beecher Stowe’s Uncle Tom’s Cabin

-Ostend Manifesto

-Commodore Perry and Japan

-Kansas-Nebraska Act

-Bleeding Kansas

-John Brown

-Harper’s Ferry

-Republican Party

-Walt Whitman

-Dred Scott v. Sandford

-Lecompton Constitution

-Lincoln-Douglas Debates

-Election 1860

-Abraham Lincoln

-Secession

-Advantages of North and South

-Homestead Act

-course of Civil War, especially Antietam, Gettysburg, Emancipation Proclamation

-Lincoln’s 1st and 2nd inaugural addresses

-Sherman’s March to the Sea



-Why did the Union win? Consequences of war:

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