APUSH Unit VII Key Terms

1. suffragettes: Catt, Stanton, Paul, Mott

2. Treaty of Paris (1899)*

3. Conservative U.S. Supreme Court decisions: Hammer v. Dagenhart (1918); U.S. v E.C. Knight

4. “dollar diplomacy”

5. WWI: U.S. neutrality/freedom of the seas

6. child labor

7. Annexation of Hawaii

8. Hawaii/Dole/ Queen Lilioukalani

9. Spanish American War/causes

10. “Splendid little war”

11. Anti-Imperialist League

12. yellow journalism/Hearst/Pulitzer

13. The “White Man’s Burden”/Social Darwinism

14. The U.S.S. Maine

15. Teller Resolution

16. Platt Amendment

17. Emilio Aguinaldo/Filipino Revolt

18. Protectorate

19. Commonwealth

20. the Boxer Rebellion

21. Russo-Japanese War /TR’s Nobel Prize

22. TR’s “Gentleman’s Agreement”

23. Incorporated v. unincorporated possessions (Insular Cases)

24. The Panama Canal

25. The Roosevelt Corollary

26. Open Door Policy

27. “jingoism”

28. Jane Addams/Hull House/Settlement Houses

29. Booker T. Washington

30. W.E.B. DuBois

31. NAACP

32. Muckrakers and their works*: Ida Tarbell, Lincoln Steffens, Upton Sinclair, Jacob Riis

33. Dept. of Commerce and Labor (Bureau of Corp.)

34. Bob LaFollette

35. Electoral reforms: initiative, referendum, recall, city manager, primary elections

36. Progressive Era Amendments (16-19)

37. Pure Food and Drug Act

38. Meat Inspection Act

39. United States v. Northern Securities Co.

40. “trust-busting”

41. United Mine Workers/anthracite coal strike

42. Governor’s Conference on Conservation

43. Tariff laws: Dingley (1897), Payne-Aldrich (1909), Underwood-Simmons (1913)

44. Federal Reserve System

45. Federal Trade Commission

46. Birth of a Nation (1915)

47. Our Country: Its Possible Future and Present Crisis (Josiah Strong)

48. militarism

49. nationalism, esp. the Balkans

50. Triple Alliance/Central Powers

51. Triple Entente/Allied Powers

52. “total war”

53. The Lusitania

54. Sussex Pledge

55. Zimmerman Note

56. Espionage and Sedition Acts

57. War Industries Board (other “war boards” too, Food Adm., National War Labor Board, etc.)

58. Committee on Public Information

59. Propaganda

60. ACLU

61. National self-determination

62. “Peace Without Victory”/Wilson’s War Message/14 Points Address

63. The Treaty of Versailles

64. The League of Nations

65. “Irreconciliables” and “Reservationists”

APUSH Unit VI Key Terms

1. Thomas Edison

2. Populism/People’s Party; failure of

3. William Jennings Bryan

4. “Cross of Gold” speech

5. “Big Business”

6. Immigration/”New Immigrants”

7. Nativism

8. Domesticity

9. sewing machine

10. mechanization

11. urbanization; water and sewage in urban areas; tenements; internal migration

12. The Knights of Labor

13. The Molly Maguires

14. The American Federation of Labor

15. The Industrial Workers of the World

16. The National Labor Union

17. Panic of 1873, 1893 and business cycle

18. Sherman Anti-Trust Act of 1890 (intent v. use)

19. Pooling and rebating

20. Education reform

21. Tariff policy

22. Horizontal integration

23. Vertical integration

24. Social Darwinism

25. The “Gospel of Wealth”

26. The Social Gospel

27. Cooperatives

28. Oligopolies

29. “blue-collar” workers v. “white collar”

30. Anarchists

31. Bessemer process

32. eight hour workday

33. The “New South”

34. Jim Crow

35. Plessy v. Ferguson (1896)

36. Collective bargaining

37. deflation (v. inflation)

38. Economies of scale

39. telephone

40. electric light

41. motion picture

42. mimeograph machine

43. record player

44. Pendleton Act (civil service act)

45. Indian wars, e.g., Sioux War (1875-1876), Little Big Horn, Wounded Knee

46. Dawes Act of 1887/ “Ghost Dance”

47. The Grange

48. Farmers’ Alliance

49. Sherman Silver Purchase Act in 1890

50. William Jennings Bryan

51. “Mugwumps”

52. Eugene V. Debs

53. Pullman strike

54. Political machine

55. Homestead Strike

56. Haymarket Square Riot

57. Chinese Exclusion Act

58. WCTU

59. Coinage Act of 1873

60. Specie Resumption Act of 1875

61. Interstate Commerce Act

62. A Century of Dishonor (Helen Hunt Jackson)

63. Coin’s Financial School

64. women’s suffrage

65. Horatio Alger

66. in re Debs, 1895

67. The Turner Thesis

68. Wabash v. Illinois (1886)

69. “bread and butter” unionism

70. Characteristics of Gilded Age politics; voter turnout, party affiliation; corruption; Tweed Ring; Whiskey Ring; Credit Mobilier

71. Railroads; as “big business”; land grants and loans to

72. U.S. Government budget/revenue

73. Open range cattle ranching/cowboys

US History EOC Key Terms

U.S. History

EOC Final Exam Review (Georgia Standards)

Key Terms and Concepts

Colonial Period: 1607-1750

1. Virginia Company

2. Tobacco

3. Powhatan

4. House of Burgesses

5. Bacon’s Rebellion

6. Slavery v. indentured servants

7. King Phillip’s War

8. town meetings

9. Rhode Island/Roger Williams

10. Half-way Covenant

11. Salem Witch Trials

12. royal colony

13. New Amsterdam/Dutch

14. Pennsylvania/Quakers

15. Quebec/French

16. Southern colonies, middle colonies and New England colonies: Compare/contrast

17. Great Awakening.

18. Benjamin Franklin

19. Middle Passage

20. Slave culture

21. mercantilism

American Revolution, 1763-1789

22. French and Indian War

23. 1763 Treaty of Paris

24. Proclamation of 1763

25. the Stamp Act

26. the Intolerable Acts

27. Sons and Daughters of Liberty

28. Committees of Correspondence.

29. Thomas Paine’s Common Sense

30. Declaration of Independence

31. John Locke/Thomas Jefferson.

32. Marquis de Lafayette

33. George Washington

34. Washington’s crossing of the Delaware River

35. Valley Forge.

36. Battle of Yorktown

37. Lord Cornwallis

38. Treaty of Paris, 1783.

39. Articles of Confederation

40. Daniel Shays’ Rebellion

41. anti-Federalists and Federalists

42. The Federalist

43. Checks and balances

44. Alexander Hamilton

The Early Republic, 1789-1823

45. Political Parties

46. James Madison

47. Great Compromise

48. Montesquieu

49. 3/5 compromise

50. Bill of Rights

51. Washington Administration

52. Adams Administration

53. Whiskey Rebellion

54. Northwest Ordinance/slavery

55. Louisiana Purchase

56. Lewis and Clark

57. War of 1812

58. Erie Canal/NYC

59. Monroe Doctrine

Jacksonian Democracy, 1828-1850

60. Eli Whitney: cotton gin and interchangeable parts

61. Manifest Destiny

62. Temperance

63. Abolition

64. Elizabeth Cady Stanton

65. Seneca Falls Convention

66. Jacksonian Democracy

67. Nat Turner

68. The Grimke Sisters

69. William Lloyd Garrison

70. Frederick Douglass

71. Horace Mann

72. Missouri Compromise

73. Nullification

74. John C. Calhoun

75. Mexican War

76. Wilmot Proviso

77. Compromise of 1850

Sectionalism/Civil War/Reconstruction, 1850-1877

78. Kansas-Nebraska Act

79. Popular sovereignty

80. John Brown

81. Dred Scott

82. Election of 1860

83. Habeas corpus

84. Ulysses Grant

85. Robert E. Lee

86. “Stonewall” Jackson

87. William T. Sherman

88. Jefferson Davis

89. Fort Sumter

90. Antietam

91. Vicksburg

92. Gettysburg

93. Battle for Atlanta

94. Emancipation Proclamation

95. Presidential Reconstruction

96. Radical (Republican) Reconstruction

97. Morehouse College

98. Freedman’s Bureau

99. 13th Amendment

100. 14th Amendment

101. 15th Amendment

102. Black Codes

103. KKK

104. Andrew Johnson

105. Election of 1876/Compromise of 1877

Gilded Age/Industrialization/Immigration: 1865-1900

106. Railroads

107. Andrew Carnegie/steel/vertical integration

108. John D. Rockefeller/Standard Oil Co./horizontal integration

109. Monopoly

110. Trust

111. Chinese immigration/Exclusion Act

112. Thomas Edison

113. Ellis Island

114. Chinese Exclusion Act of 1882

115. Pullman Strike of 1894

116. Labor union/organized labor

117. American Federation of Labor (AFL)

118. Samuel Gompers

119. Plains Indians/Sitting Bull

120. “Battle” of Wounded Knee

Progressivism/Imperialism/WWI: 1890-1920

121. Upton Sinclair/The Jungle

122. Meat Inspection Act

123. Jane Addams/Hull House

124. Jim Crow/Plessy v. Ferguson

125. NAACP

126. Ida Tarbell/muckraker.

127. Initiative/recall/referendum

128. direct election of senators

129. labor laws

130. urban living conditions

131. conservation movement/national parks/Theodore Roosevelt

132. Spanish-American War/Philippines/debate over expansionism

133. Roosevelt Corollary

134. Panama Canal

135. U.S. neutrality/World War I

136. unrestricted submarine warfare

137. World War I/homefront/Great Migration,/the Espionage Act

138. socialist Eugene Debs.

139. Wilson’s Fourteen Points/League of Nations.

140. Eighteenth Amendment/ Prohibition

141. Nineteenth Amendment/woman suffrage

1920’s/Depression/New Deal: 1920-1937

142. Red Scare/immigrant restriction

143. The Red Scare (1919-1920)

144. Immigration restriction: Emergency Quota Act; National Origins Act

145. Henry Ford/mass production/automobile

146. Radio/movies

147. Louis Armstrong/jazz

148. Langston Hughes/Harlem Renaissance

149. Irving Berlin/Tin Pan Alley

150. Stock market crash of 1929/overproduction and under-consumption

151. Dust Bowl

152. Hoovervilles

153. FDR’s New Deal

154. TVA

155. Wagner Act

156. Social Security/Second New Deal

157. Eleanor Roosevelt

158. Huey Long

159. Court-packing

WWII/Cold War: 1937-1962

160. Neutrality Acts

161. Rationing

162. Lend-Lease Act

163. A. Phillip Randolph

164. Pearl Harbor

165. Japanese internment

166. Midway

167. “D-Day”

168. Fall of Berlin

169. “Rosie the Riveter”

170. European/Pacific Theater Geography/logistics

171. The Manhattan Project/Los Alamos

172. Joseph R. McCarthy/“McCarthyism”

173. Marshall Plan

174. Truman Doctrine/containment

175. Executive order 8802

176. The Korean War

177. Chinese Civil War

178. Cuban Revolution

179. Cuban Missile Crisis

180. Bay of Pigs Invasion

181. The Vietnam War

1950’s

182. “baby boom”

183. Levittown

184. Interstate Highway Act

185. TV and Civil Rights (1960’s also)

186. Jackie Robinson

187. Executive Order 9981

188. Brown v Bd. Of Ed., 1954-55/ “all deliberate speed”

1960’s: Civil Rights and Vietnam

189. Kennedy/Nixon Debate

190. Kennedy Assassination

191. Sputnik/Ike’s reaction

192. PC/AC/cell phone: don’t ask me!

193. LBJ/Great Society

194. Medicare

195. Warren Court

196. MLK/Letter From Birmingham Jail/I Have A Dream Speeches and assassination

197. RFK Assassination

198. 1968 DNC/Chicago

199. Civil Rights Act of 1964

200. Voting Rights Act of 1965

201. Miranda v Arizona, 1966

202. SNCC

203. SCLC

204. sit-ins

205. Freedom Rides

206. NOW

207. Anti-war movement

208. Cesar Chavez/United Farm Workers

209. Rachel Carson/Silent Spring

210. Earth Day

211. EPA

212. Modern Conservatism/Goldwater/Nixon

1970’s: Vietnam/Watergate/Carter

213. Nixon/China

214. Nixon/Watergate

215. Gerald Ford

216. Supreme Court decisions, esp. Roe v. Wade and U of California Regents v Bakke

217. Jimmy Carter/Middle East/Camp David Accords

218. Carter/Iranian Revolution/Hostage Crisis

1980’s: Reagan/Clinton/Bush I and II

219. Reagan/ Reganomics

220. Reagan/Iran Contra

221. Reagan/collapse of U.S.S.R.

222. Bill Clinton/impeachment/acquittal

223. NAFTA

224. Election of 2000/electoral college

225. Bush II/9-11/war on terror/Iraq/Afghanistan


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APUSH: Unit V Key Terms

1. Northern views of slavery

2. popular sovereignty

3. Scott v. Sanford (1857)

4. Antebellum North v. South: population, economy, society, class conflict, etc.

5. Civil War North v South/“balance of forces”

6. Webster-Haynie Debate

7. Free African American population: north v south, occupations, status, etc.

8. The American Anti-Slavery Society/factions

9. the cotton gin

10. Elias Howe

11. Cyrus McCormick

12. Samuel Morse

13. Elishu Otis

14. The “Know-Nothing” (American) Party

15. The Wilmot Proviso

16. Territorial expansion, 1803-1868

17. The Impending Crisis of the South (Hinton Helper)

18. Paternalism

19. Compromise of 1850

20. Missouri Compromise

21. Antebellum slavery: population, work, culture, treatment, rebellions, etc.

22. The “Compact Theory” of the Constitution

23. Slave labor v “Free Labor”

24. scalawag

25. Charles Sumner

26. Thaddeus Stevens

27. 1877 as “end” of Reconstruction

28. Black Codes

29. sharecropping/crop lien system

30. Freedmen

31. British/European reaction to Civil War

32. Emancipation Proclamation

33. “Redemption/Redeemer” Governments

34. Force Acts/KKK Act

35. Radical Republicans/Radical Reconstruction

36. Andrew Johnson

37. Ulysses S. Grant

38. Jefferson Davis

39. William T. Sherman/”March to the Sea”

40. “Stonewall” Jackson

41. Robert E. Lee

42. Battle of Antietam

43. Battle of Gettysburg

44. Battle of Vicksburg

45. Abraham Lincoln

46. William Seward

47. 13th Amendment

48. 14th Amendment

49. 15th Amendment

50. Copperheads

51. Election of 1876/Compromise of 1877/Hayes-Tilden Compromise

52. Freedmen’s Bureau

53. Ku Klux Klan/White League/etc., etc., etc.

54. Civil Rights Act of 1866, 1875

55. Reconstruction Acts of 1867

56. Homestead Act of 1862

57. National Banking Act of 1862

58. Election of 1860/party platforms

59. Republican Party

60. Kansas-Nebraska Act

61. fugitive slave act

62. Ostend Manifesto

63. Uncle Tom’s Cabin

64. The Sumner- Brooks incident

65. Crittenden Compromise

66. “fire-eaters”

67. Border States

68. conscription

69. “waving the bloody shirt”

APUSH Unit IV Key Terms

1. The American Colonization Society

2. The Seneca Falls Convention/Elizabeth Cady Stanton

3. Frederick Douglass

4. The Grimke Sisters

5. William Lloyd Garrison/ The Liberator

6. Missouri Compromise

7. Wilmot Proviso

8. Mexican Cession

9. Whig Party

10. Democratic Party

11. Presidential elections, 1824-1860 (esp. 1824, 1828, 1840, 1844)

12. The “Corrupt Bargain”

13. Ostend Manifesto

14. the “peculiar institution”

15. American Antislavery Society

16. Charles River Bridge v. Warren River Bridge (1837)

17. slave labor v. free labor

18. cotton gin

19. interchangeable parts

20. Manifest Destiny

21. James K. Polk

22. The Mexican War

23. “Tariff of Abominations”

24. Nullification/secession /compact theory

25. Universal white male suffrage

26. American Party Systems (esp. Democrat/Whig and Republican/Democrat)

27. Elias Howe

28. Cyrus McCormick

29. Eli Whitney

30. Samuel Morse

31. Robert Fulton

32. “54° 40’or fight”

33. “Trail of Tears”

34. the Oregon trail

35. the Alamo

36. Specie Circular

37. Second Bank of the U.S

38. “Bank War”

39. “Jacksonian Democracy”

40. National nominating conventions

41. Political patronage or the spoils system

42. Commonwealth v. Hunt (1842)

43. John C. Calhoun

44. the “Lowell System”

45. the “American System” of Henry Clay

46. laissez faire

47. the “Know-Nothing” party

48. Abolitionists

49. Utopian communities/founders: New Harmony, Brook Farm Oneida

50. “fire-eaters”

51. Panics of 1819, 1837

52. Second Great Awakening

53. The Transportation Revolution

54. Turnpikes

55. The Market Revolution

56. Brigham Young/Mormons

57. “mountain men”

58. “pet banks”

59. “separate spheres”

60. Alexis de Tocqueville (Democracy in America)

61. Hudson River School

62. “Locofocos”

63. “gag rule”

Unit III Key Terms List

Unit III Key terms and Concepts

First Bank of the United States

Hamilton’s Reports (Public Credit, the Bank, Manufactures)

Whiskey Rebellion/excise tax

Hamiltonian v. Jeffersonian philosophy

Loose v. strict construction

Federalist Party

Republican (Democratic-Republican) Party

The First Party System

the “elastic clause”

Washington’s Farewell Address

Bill of Rights

Napoleonic Wars and U.S. foreign policy

Neutrality Proclamation of 1793

Jay Treaty

Pinckney Treaty

Citizen Genet

Elections of 1796, 1800, and 1820

X, Y, and Z Affair

The Virginia and Kentucky Resolutions

The Alien and Sedition Acts (know specific acts)

The “Quasi War”

Convention of 1800

Convention of 1818

Adams-Onis Treaty (1819)

Louisiana Purchase

Hartford Convention

Tariff of 1816

Second Bank of the U.S.

Embargo Act

Non-Intercourse Act

Macon’s Bill #2

Impressment

“War Hawks”

War of 1812 – causes and effects

Monroe Doctrine

Missouri Compromise

Marbury v. Madison (1803)

McCulloch v. Maryland (1819)

Gibbons v. Ogden (1824)

Fletcher v. Peck (1818)

Dartmouth v. Woodward (1817)

The “American System”

Erie Canal

John Quincy Adams

Henry Clay

John C. Calhoun

“Republican motherhood”

The “Era of Good Feelings”

Jefferson’s First Inaugural Address

Hamilton’s Plans