From Compromise to Secession
...to become a state? - 100,000 #5. What kind of state would California be ? - Free States #6. What was...many slave states were there? - 15 #8. Before the compromise of 1850, how many free states were there...
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- Article Three #25. Life Term - Article Three #26. Interprets The Law - Article Three #27. The States - Article Four #28. Amending the Constitution - Article Five #29. Supremacy of the Constitution...
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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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review folder #1
...principle adopted by two state legislatures in the 1790s; they affirmed states' rights in response to the...Parliament that accompanied repeal of the Stamp Act, it stated that Parliament's authority was the same in America...
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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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...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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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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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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Tariff - Smoot-Hawley Tariff Act, formally United States Tariff Act of 1930, also called Hawley-Smoot Tariff...to include aid to agriculture and financing for state and local public works. The RFC made little use...
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TAP Chapter 28
...programs. #35. welfare state (VEERAMANI) - The welfare state is a system in which the state accepts responsibility...Constitution protects the right to abortion, which states cannot prohibit in the early stages of pregnancy...
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...were the laws governing the state of slaves, and were issued by the states in which slavery was allowed...part in Southern secession and the Confederate States. She wrote "A Diary from Dixie" which was her account...
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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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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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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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