History 1107 Mid-Term Study Guide
...successfully split the diferences between small and large states. #15. What was the official symbol of the new nation...#31. WHo argued for a separation of church and state? p.46 - Roger Williams #32. What bold plan did...
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...dangerous in the wrong hands, keeping this amendment is the an important way to defend the United States and exercise our legal rights. #4. If the second amendment is meant for individuals - Document...
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Presidents from the Reconstruction Period to the Present
#1. Andrew Johnson - 1865-1869 #2. Ulysses S. Grant - 1869-1877 #3. Rutherford B. Hayes - 1877-1881 #4. James Garfield - 1881 #5. Chester A. Arthur - 1881-1885 #6. Grover Cleveland - 1885-1889 #...
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Intro to European History
This cards will highlight some of the key concepts, people and events associated with our first unit of study.
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Harpers Ferry to War on the Horizon
Confederate States of America #14. CSA stands for? - The Confederate States of America #15. Which states hesitated...southern states do if Lincoln won the presidency? - would secede #11. December 1860, which state seceded...
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Mobilizing for War
#22. Emancipation Proclamation declared slaves free in areas of rebellion. - True #23. Slaves in states not in rebellion were free too. - False #24. At the same time as what, did Grant able to take Vicksburg...
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Sherman’s March to the Sea - End of Civil War - Lincoln’s Assassination
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Age of Jackson
Nullification, Indian Removal Act, and Bank of the United States #8. Who believed in Nullification? - Southern States #9. Why would a southern state want to nullify ? - they would declare a federal law null...
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(division among the founding fathers) but also the state governments (who were totally pissed) #10. Debt...federal government assumed the debts of all the states on top of its own. Hamilton encouraged the existence...
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Nebraska west of the free state of Iowa and Kansas west of the slave state of Missouri; government, in...Conferate States of America (PENG) - South’s form of government post-secession; Upper South states formed...
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...concern under this. #21. Nullification Crisis (BHATIA) - The policy encouraged by South Carolina that states had the right to nullify Congress's acts if they overstep their powers. Jackson became outraged by...
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#1. George Creel - Public relations executive who headed the CPI. "Sold" the war to Americans through media blitz of advertising. #2. Henry Cabot Lodge - Massachusetts Senator (Republican) who oppo...
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TEXAS and election dates
...were there in the Texas Revolution? - Three #26. What did Texas want to be apart of? - The United States #27. What were the issues? - Expansion of slavery and border disputes #28. Texas was not an independent...
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Old South and Slavery
...have over the nation's industry ? - 10% #15. How could you compare the South's industry to another state? - less industry in the South than New Hampshire #16. How much of the South actually own slaves?...
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