US HISTORY Study Guide Exam 1
US HISTORY Study Guide Exam 1 HIST 2610.003
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EXAM REVIEW▯ ▯ Know the Who, What, When, Where, and Why’s of the following terms…▯ ▯ Aztec Empire▯ Columbian Exchange ▯ Reconquista▯ Roanoke▯ Jamestown▯ Starving Time▯ John Rolfe▯ Joint stock company▯ House of Burgesses▯ Indentured Servants▯ Bacon’s Rebellion▯ Boston Tea Party▯ Virtual and Actual Representation▯ Ben Franklin▯ Navigation Acts▯ Massachusetts Bay ▯ Salem Witch Trials▯ Enlightenment▯ Great Awakening▯ Proclamation of 1763▯ Boston Massacre▯ Lexington and Concord▯ Battle at Bunker Hill (Breed Hill)▯ First and Second Continental Congress▯ Common Sense▯ Battle of Saratoga▯ Battle of Yorktown▯ Mercantilism▯ ▯ Things to know for the essays…▯ ▯ Early Colonization▯ ▯ Why were Europeans successful?▯ ▯ What was their impact on the land and native people?▯ ▯ Include the Columbian Exchange, Mercantilism, reasons for colonization for ea. country▯ ▯ Differences and Similarities between Virginia and Massachusetts Bay colonies▯ ▯ Why were they founded?▯ ▯ Why were they successful or not?▯ What was each colony’s role in European colonization?▯ ▯ What were their legacies?▯ ▯ French and Indian War▯ ▯ Political, Social, and Economic results?▯ ▯ How did the British interpret the results vs. the col▯nists? ▯ Include Proclamation of 1763, Indian Wars, taxes, and colonial dissent▯ American War for Independence▯ ▯ Causes, Execution, and Results?▯ ▯ What led to revolution from Europe?▯ ▯ Important battles and signiﬁcance?▯ ▯ Why did America win?▯ ▯ Include Treaty of Paris (know which is which- there are 2)▯
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