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Survey of United States History I

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Survey of United States History I HIST 2010

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History 2010 Final Exam Review KNOW A LITTLE ABOUT EACH OF THE FOLLOWING Manifest Destiny Oregon Trail Gold Rush Mormons Joseph Smith amp Brigham Young Abraham Lincoln Emancipation Proclamation Frederick Douglass USCT Monroe Doctrine Missouri Compromise Compromise of 1850 War of 1812 War Hawks Treaty of Guadalupe Hildago Halriet Beecher Stowe Democratic Party Republican Party John Brown Dred Scott Jefferson Davis William Tecumseh Sherman Fort Sumter Fugitive Slave Act KansasNebraska Act Bleeding Kansas Trail of Tears Halriet Tubman Underground Railroad Zachary Taylor Wilmot Proviso Railroads impact of BE ABLE TO ANSWER THE FOLLOWING What was the MexicanAmerican War who was ghting when did the war take place and how long did the war last how did the war end and how did the MexicanAmerican War both unite and split the Nation America What was Lincoln s first concern when he took office on March 1 1861 What were the differences between the North and South at the outbreak of the Civil War and how would their economic differences impact the outcome of the War What was the North s military strategy at the beginning of the Civil War What was the South s military strategy at the beginning of the Civil War Did these strategies change during the war and if so then how did they change Was the Civil War fought over the issue of slavery or state s rights How did the American West expand between 1800 and 1860 What elements in American history were at play in this expansion Who was Andrew Jackson and what impact did he have on the history of Native Americans in the United States Why did Thomas Jefferson not address the issue of slavery on a national scale while he served as president of the United States What were conditions like for enslaved AfricanAmericans in America in the 1800s and what laws and policies were helping to shape those conditions 0 Why were the battles of Gettysburg and Vicksburg the true turning points of the Civil War And why did the Confederate and Union armies race towards Nashville Tennessee in 1864 ESSAY Explain how the institution of slavery shaped American society and our history What was the importance of slavery to the Southern economy in the 1800s What was the importance of slavery to the Northern economy in the 1800s How did the issue of slavery impact American politics in the decade before the Civil War And how did slavery shape the lives of African Americans before and Midterm Review History 2010 KNOW A LITTLE ABOUT EACH OF THE FOLLOWING Maize Conquistador Columbian Exchange Primary source Secondary source Caravel Treat of Tordesillas Cortes amp Montezuma Encomiendas Bacon s Rebellion Headright system John Winthrop King Philip s War City Upon aHill PaleoIndians Atlatls Samuel Champlain Pilgrims Quakers Indentured Servants John Rolfe Roanoke John Smith Powhatan Pocahontas St Augustine Jamestown Navigation Acts Clovis Point Silk Road Salem Witch Trials Boston Tea Party Albany Congress Stamp Act Sugar Act Sons of Liberty Samuel Adams Boston Massacre Seven Years War French amp Indian War George Washington Albany Plan Treaty of Paris 1763 Proclamation of 1763 Thomas Paine BE ABLE TO ANSWER THE FOLLOWING 0 Why did New Spain develop a society highly stratified by race and national origin What were the similarities and differences between the early English settlers and the Algonquian tribes that helped them live in America What is the difference between an archeologist and a historian and how can the two work together How could the invention of the printing press and movable type in uence the exploration and settlement of the New World What was Montezuma s first reaction after discovering that Hernan Cortes had landed off the Coast of Mexico and what took place between the Spanish settlers and Mexican natives over the following two decades Who were the first people to navigate around the southern tip of Africa thereby making technological discoveries that would aid Columbus in his journey What were the main social religious technological and economic factors that drove most European colonists to migrate to the New World in the 1500s and early 1600s What drove European countries to enslave African people and begin the TransAtlantic slave trade What were the conditions of slavery like in early America How would the trade in African slaves impact the economy of North America and change the world economy Why would Europeans want to become indentured servants and what were conditions like for indentured servants in the New World Be able to give a brief synopsis of the Seven Year s War 7 who was ghting whom where when and why How did trade factor into the early settlements in the New World How would trade in the New World come to affect the world market What were the social and economic differences between the three main regions of English settlement in the New World in the l600searly 1700s New England Middle Colonies and Southern Colonies What were the differences in New World settlement patterns between the various Old World Countries including Spain England France and the Dutch


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