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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Tiara Muller on Saturday September 12, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to HIST 2111 at University of Georgia taught by Wolf in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 75 views. For similar materials see /class/201979/hist-2111-university-of-georgia in History at University of Georgia.


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Date Created: 09/12/15
Hist 2111 Final Exam Study Guide The nal exam will consist of three parts de nitions of red terms SINCE THE MIDTERM from the list below an essay covering material since the midterm and a cumulative essay Part I IDs 125 Seven of the following red terms will be on the nal you will choose ve 5 from that list to de ne Monroe Doctrine Louisiana Purchase Monroe Doctrine Erie Canal Missouri Compromise Cherokee Nation v Georgia Universal white male suffrage Nat Tumer s Rebellion Planters American Christian Temperance Union Second Great Awakening Cult of Domesticity Clay s American System Working Men s Parties Nativism Manifest Destiny Oregon Trail Calz39fornz39os Free Soil Party Compromise of 1850 Uncle Tom 3 Cabin Dreal Scott v Sanford Lincoln amp Douglas debates Draft Riots Battle of First Bull RunManassas Emancipation Proclamation Total war Part II Essav on Material since the Midterm 35 Two of the three essay questions below will be on the nal exam From those two you will choose one to answer 1 Despite the Declaration of Independence s claim that all men are created equal that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights that among these are Life Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness many Americans were unable to pursue the rights of citizenship fully in the 18Lh and l9Lh centuries Trace the progress of women and AfricanAmericans ca 18001865 Who made the greatest gains in this period and why Analyze the religious and reform of the 39 quot eriod as r to andor in uences on the economic demographic and intellectual trends of the era At the turn of the nineteenth century Federalists and Jeffersonian Republicans argued over the ideals and structure of American government Whose vision won out in American history to 1865 In your discussion be sure to de ne Republicanism and Federalism and identify what major gures trends political parties or events re ected or supported the respective ideologies ca 18001865


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