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AP US History

The 17th and Early 18th Century The Road to Independence (1750-1781) Creating a Functioning Government (1777-1824) Beginnings of a Modern American Democracy (1824-1844) Pre-Civil War through Reconstruction.
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Sir Walter Raleigh sponsored a settlement on this island?
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Sir Walter Raleigh sponsored a settlement on this island?
Roanoke (The Lost Colony)
The French term for 'runners in the woods.'
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The French term for 'runners in the woods.'
Coureurs du bois.
Carolina was set up as this type of English colony?
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Carolina was set up as this type of English colony?
Proprietary
This was the bloodiest English-Native American conflict of the time.
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This was the bloodiest English-Native American conflict of the time.
King Philip's War
This Changed the rules of Governing Puritain baptisms.
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This Changed the rules of Governing Puritain baptisms.
Halfway Covenant
The Second Continental Congress convened after these two important battles?
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The Second Continental Congress convened after these two important battles?
Lexington and Concord
This forbade the settlement of west of the rivers running through the Appalachian Mountains.?
The Proclamation of 1763
After a mob pelted a group of soldiers with rock-filled snowballs, the soldiers fired on the crowd , killing five. This event is called?
The Boston Massacre
This was sent to Britain as a last-ditch attempt to avoid war.
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This was sent to Britain as a last-ditch attempt to avoid war.
Olive Branch Petition
This Ottawa war Chief rallied a group of tribes in the Ohio Valley and attacked colonial outposts.
Pontiac
This was the nation's first drafted constitution?
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This was the nation's first drafted constitution?
The Articles of Confederation
The National Bank was the brainchild of this historical figure.
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The National Bank was the brainchild of this historical figure.
Alexander Hamilton
John Adams sent 3 diplomats to Paris, and when they returned home, their written report was published in the newspaper. This event was know as What?
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John Adams sent 3 diplomats to Paris, and when they returned home, their written report was published in the newspaper. This event was know as What?
The XYZ Affair
Adams was accused of doing this the day before inauguration?
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Adams was accused of doing this the day before inauguration?
Midnight Judges
The Case of Marbury vs. Madison established What?
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The Case of Marbury vs. Madison established What?
Judicial Review
Clay's exchange of presidential candidacy for a position as secretary of state is known as.
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Clay's exchange of presidential candidacy for a position as secretary of state is known as.
The Corrupt Bargain
Trading jobs for political favors is known as?
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Trading jobs for political favors is known as?
The Spoils System
Name two things Eli Whitney is known for inventing.
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Name two things Eli Whitney is known for inventing.
1.) The cotton gin. 2.) Interchangeable parts. (the rifle)
These people ignored their requirement to buy land and simply moved onto and appropriated an unoccupied tract as their own.
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These people ignored their requirement to buy land and simply moved onto and appropriated an unoccupied tract as their own.
Squatters
This figure began publishing a popular abolishionist newspaper called 'The Liberator'
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This figure began publishing a popular abolishionist newspaper called 'The Liberator'
William Lloyd Garrison
A Congressional bill prohibiting the extension of slavery into any territory gained from Mexico.
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A Congressional bill prohibiting the extension of slavery into any territory gained from Mexico.
Wilmot Provisio
This political party rallied around the hatred of foreigners.
The Know-Nothing Party
Helped newly liberated blacks establish a place in postwar society.
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Helped newly liberated blacks establish a place in postwar society.
Freedman's Bureau
Congress sought to impeach President Johnson over his violation of this Act.
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Congress sought to impeach President Johnson over his violation of this Act.
Tenure of Office Act
During Grant's Presidency, this was a fraudulent , private construction company that fleeced the US by skimming profits off of the Union Pacific Railroad.
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During Grant's Presidency, this was a fraudulent , private construction company that fleeced the US by skimming profits off of the Union Pacific Railroad.
Credit Moblier
Name 3 Trans-continental Railroads.
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Name 3 Trans-continental Railroads.
Northern Pacific, Southern Pacific, Union Pacific, Great Northern




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