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1 IDENTIFICATIONS FOR FINAL REVIEW (TIME PERIODS 1-4) Directions: Please sign up for two identifications total. One from #1-85 and another from # Create a flashcard for each on the index card provided to you and a typed version of the identification to Mr. Tickler to be added to class review document. Exploration and First Contact Cultural Development 1. Treaty of Tordesillas 2. encomienda system 3. Columbian Exchange 4. Sir Walter Raleigh / Roanoke Island English Colonization: Chesapeake and New England 5. Church of England 6. Protestant Reformation 7. Martin Luther and John Calvin 8. Puritans 9. Separatists 10. Jamestown and Capt. John Smith 11. headright system 12. House of Burgesses 13. Indentured servants 14. Pilgrims and the Mayflower Compact 15. Gov. John Winthrop and Massachusetts Bay Company 16. Roger Williams 17. Anne Hutchinson Religious Reforms 18. Quakers and William Penn 19. Glorious Revolution / William and Mary 20. Salem Empire, Rebellion and the Economy 21. Iroquois Confederacy 22. Pueblo Revolt 23. King Philip s War 24. Bacon s Rebellion 25. triangular trade 26. mercantilism 27. Navigation Acts 28. Stratification 29. The Enlightenment 30. John Locke 31. First Great Awakening 32. halfway communion (covenant) 33. Jonathan Edwards 34. George Whitefield Europeans and Native Americans 35. Albany Congress 36. Seven Years War (French and Indian War) 37. Treaty of Paris (1763) 38. Pontiac s Rebellion 39. Proclamation of 1763 British Colonial Control 40. King George III 41. The Sugar Act 42. The Stamp Act 43. Patrick Henry 44. Sons of Liberty and Samuel Adams 45. The Stamp Act Congress 46. Townshend Acts 47. Letters from a Farmer in Pennsylvania 48. Boston Massacre 49. Committee of Correspondence 50. Tea Act 51. Boston Tea Party 52. Coercive or Intolerable Acts 53. The Quartering Act Political Organization 54. First Continental Congress 55. Declaration of Rights and Grievances 56. Patriots vs. Loyalists 57. Lexington and Concord 58. Second Continental Congress 59. Thomas Paine s Common Sense 60. Declaration of Independence

2 Revolutionary War 61. Gen. George Washington 62. Treaty of Paris (1783) Creating a Republic 63. Republicanism 64. Abigail Adams 65. a constitution 66. Articles of Confederation 67. Northwest Ordinance (1787) Creating the Constitution 68. Shay s Rebellion 69. Constitutional Convention 70. James Madison 71. checks and balances 72. Virginia and New Jersey Plan 73. Congress: the Senate and the House of Representatives 74. three-fifths compromise Branches: Executive, Legislative and Judicial 76. Ratification 77. Federalists 78. Anti-Federalists 79. The Federalist (Papers) 80. Bill of Rights Washington s Presidency 81. Judiciary Act of Pres. George Washington 83. Cabinet 84. Alexander Hamilton 85. Report on Public Credit and Report on Manufactures 86. The Bank of the United States 87. strict vs. broad constructionist interpretations of the Constitution 88. Whiskey Rebellion 89. Thomas Jefferson 90. Democratic-Republicans 91. French Revolution 92. Jay Treaty and executive privilege 93. Pinckney s Treaty 94. Partisan 95. Washington s Farewell Address 96. electoral college Adams Presidency 97. Pres. John Adams 98. XYZ Affair 99. Alien and Sedition Acts 100. Virginia and Kentucky Resolutions 101. Convention of 1800 Jefferson s Presidency 102. Pres. Thomas Jefferson 103. Jefferson s Inaugural Address 104. Chief Justice John Marshall 105. Judiciary Act of Marbury v. Madison and judicial review 107. Louisiana Purchase 108. Lewis and Clark th Amendment 110. The Prophet and Tecumseh 111. Battle of Tippecanoe 112. Embargo Act Madison s Presidency 113. Warhawks 114. War of 1812 Mr. Madison s War 115. Star Spangled Banner Francis Key 116. Gen. Andrew Jackson and the Battle of New Orleans 117. Treaty of Ghent 118. Hartford Convention

3 Nationalism 119. John C. Calhoun 120. Tariff of Pres. James Monroe 122. Era of Good Feelings 123. McCulloch v. Maryland (1819) 124. John Quincy Adams 125. Rush-Bagot Treaty 126. The Adams-Onis Treaty 127. Monroe Doctrine 128. Tallmadge Amendment 129. Missouri Compromise Expansion and the Market Revolution 130. Market Economy 131. Gibbons v. Ogden (1824) 132. National Road 133. Erie Canal 134. Early Railroads 135. Cyrus McCormick s reaper 136. Eli Whitney s cotton gin 137. peculiar institution 138. Lowell s textile mills 139. labor parties or unions 140. Commonwealth v. Hunt (1824) Indian Removal 141. Assimilation 142. Cherokee Nation v Georgia (1831) and Worcester v. Georgia (1832) 143. Removal Act of Trail of Tears 146. Dorothea Dix 147. Abolition 148. William Lloyd Garrison and The Liberator 149. American Anti-Slavery Society 150. Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Lucretia Mott 151. Seneca Falls and the Declaration of Sentiments 152. The Shakers 153. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saint Mormonism 154. Joseph Smith and Brigham Young 155. transcendentalists 156. Emerson, Thoreau and Hawthorne Jacksonian Democracy 157. Pres. John Quincy Adams 158. corrupt bargain 159. National Republicans 160. Mudslinging 161. Democratic Party 162. Pres. Andrew Jackson Tariff of Abominations 164. Nullification 165. Sen. Daniel Webster and Sen. Robert Hayne 166. Second Bank of the United States 167. Whig Party 168. Pres. Martin Van Buren 169. Pres. William Henry Harrison 170. Pres. John Tyler 171. Webster-Ashburton Treaty (1842) Antebellum Reform 145. Second Great Awakening

4 CONCEPTUAL IDENTIFICATION AND THEMES Directions: The class will complete a gallery walk to brainstorm information on each of the following Conceptual Identifications (CI) or Themes. The goal is to relate information from all five Time Periods to develop and analyze how each theme has Changed Over Time. Each group will then be assigned one CI and will organize the class brainstorm into a graphic organizer (GO) or visual to share with the class. The GO must be turned in electronically via and brought to class to share during our review week. The GO may be a poster, PowerPoint, Prezi, short video or other document. Be creative! 1. American Identity 2. Citizenship 3. Class 4. Colonialism 5. Compromise 6. Democracy 7. Diversity 8. Economic Transformations 9. Egalitarianism 10. Expansion 11. Federalism 12. Gender 13. Labor 14. Nationalism 15. Native Americans 16. Race 17. Reform 18. Regionalism 19. Religion 20. Revolution and Rebellion 21. Slavery 22. States Rights 23. The Supreme Court 24. Transportation 25. War and Diplomacy

5 50 REVIEW QUESTIONS AND CONNECTIONS Directions: Each group will complete two of the Review Questions and Connections by creating both a flashcard and ing an electronic copy of the notes to Mr. Tickler to summarize the most pertinent information needed to answer each question. The bold and underlined info goes on one side of the flash card with the summary notes on the back. 1. What were the motives of Europeans to explore the world? 2. What were the Spanish relations with Native Americans? 3. What were the French relations with Native Americans? 4. CHART: Compare and Contrast European, Native American and West African societies during the Age of Exploration in terms of structure of government, family life, religious beliefs and values. 5. Trace the Origins and Impact of Slavery 6. What are royal, proprietary, and charter colonies? 7. Characteristics of Jamestown / Chesapeake 8. Characteristics of Massachusetts Bay 9. How did religion play a role in New England? 10. Characteristics of Middle Colonies 11. Characteristics of Southern Colonies 12. Characteristics of the Colonial Economy 13. CHART: Compare and Contrast the New England, Middle and Southern Colonies from a political, economic, social, religious, intellectual and artistic point of view 14. Connect the Great Awakening and the Enlightenment 15. Conflicts of the 1700s: Queen Anne s War, Stono Rebellion, King George s War, Paxton Boys uprising, Pontiac s Rebellion and Dunmore s War 16. What are the reasons King George III and Prime Minister George Greenville wanted to raise colonial taxes in 1763? 17. Connect the various provisions and colonial reactions to British Parliament Legislation 18. Discuss the key players, events, opinions and compromises of the Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia Connect the Declaration of Independence, Articles of Confederation, the Constitution and the Bill of Rights as they related the development of American Ideals 20. What key issues led to the development of political parties? 21. What were the priorities of the Washington Administration?

6 22. What were the financial policies of Alexander Hamilton? 23. Connect Washington s Farewell Address to the presidencies from Who are the participants, what is the background, and what is the significance of the Election in 1800? 25. Major Supreme Court Decisions Chart of American Territorial Acquisitions 27. Explain the changes to the American economy associated with the Market Revolution 28. Who are the participants, what is the background, and what is the significance of the Election in 1824? 29. What are the political reforms made by the Jackson Administration? 30. Compare and Contrast the positions of the Whig Party and the Democratic Party. 31. Explain the key people, events and ideas that impacted the Nullification Crisis 32. Trace the development of a national banking system 33. Trace the development of Federal Indian Policy from Trace the growth and impact of Religion from in the U.S. 35. Connect the growth of American Literature and Art (Emerson, Longfellow, Whitman, Thoreau, Poe, Irving, Fennimore Cooper, Hudson River School of Art, de Tocqueville) 36. Trace the development of Education and Health Reforms 37. CHART: Role of Women and Women s Movement by 1848 from a physical, intellectual, spiritual, social and political position 38. Who are the participants, what is the background, and what is the significance of the Election in 1844? 39. Trace the development and impact of Slavery from CHART: Sectionalism, compare and contrast the North, South and West in terms of land, labor, tariffs, internal improvements, economic development 41. Discuss political compromises related to the issue of slavery 42. CHART: Strategies of the Abolition Movement 43. What were the causes of the Civil War? 44. CHART: Compare and contrast the advantages / disadvantages and military strategies between the North and South 45. CHART: Civil War Military Events, list the year, generals involved, background and results of 46. What were the roles of African Americans during the Civil War? 47. What are the primary goals of the Reconstruction? 48. Compare and Contrast the following groups that clashed during Reconstruction: Reconstruction Presidents, Radical Republicans, Freed Slaves, Southern Planter Class, Southern Democrats

7 49. Trace the events, people and actions that led to the Collapse of Reconstruction 50. What are the political, economic and social impacts of the Civil War and Reconstruction? DBQ TOPICS Directions: On the final you will be given a Document Based Question with a set of 10 documents. You must analyze the documents by completing a Document Key for at least 6 of the documents. You will then write an In Depth Essay Outline complete with the following; (1) A full introduction paragraph with a CLAIM (2) Topic Sentences for each Body Paragraph (3) Evidence listed from both the documents and your own outside knowledge and understanding (4) A one sentence conclusion that address the Big Picture idea and answers the question, So What? Your DBQ will come from one of the following 5 topics. You will have the option on the day of the final of selecting from a list of 3 options. Therefore you should be prepared to write on 3 of the topics to ensure that at least one of your selections will be available. 1. The influence of Puritans on the development of New England from The effects of the American Revolution on American society from The debate over Territorial Expansion from The changing ideals of American Womanhood from the Revolution to the Civil War 5. The impact African Americans had on the Civil War from

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