1. Marburg vs. Madison
    The first decision made by the Supreme Court to declare a law unconstitutional.
  2. Jamestown Colony
    The first colony of British settlers. Capitan John Smith thought “he who shall not work shall not eat”, and Lord De La Warr imposed harsh military regime.
  3. Critical Period
    Farmers were loosing their farms due to high taxes and there was a rebellion led by Daniel Shays. (Shays Rebellion)
  4. War Hawks
    A name for the anti-federalists from their Federalist opponents.
  5. Monroe Doctrine
    A proclamation made by James Monroe that warned European countries not to get involved in American political matters
  6. Quakers vs. Puritans
    Quakers had no religious leaders and felt like no one should tell them how to worship. Puritans were about becoming pure and simplicity.
  7. Albany Plan of the Union
    Unity plan that began the slogan “join or die”
  8. Dates for: Burr Conspiracy, Election of 1800, LA Purchase, and Marburg vs. Madison
    1804, 1800, 1803, 1803
  9. Edmond Bruke
    Great conservative political theorist and stout champion of the American Cause.
  10. Boston Tea Party
    Rebellion of American colonists against the new taxes especially the tax on tea
  11. Republican Motherhood
    A statement that showed women as homemakers and mothers.
  12. Bacon’s Rebellion
    A revolt caused by high taxes and resentment against the special privileges of the Governor.
  13. Loose vs. strict constitution
    An ongoing debate on the constitution. Hamilton wanted loose, Jefferson wanted strict.
  14. Western Expansion
    Louisiana Purchase and Manifest Destiny
  15. Virginia and Kentucky Resolutions
    • Resolutions passed in repose to Alien and Sedition Acts.
    • Bill of Rights
    • The first 10 amendments in the Constitution
  16. Hamilton’s Financial Policies
    Hamilton created a financial plan that would create a national bank, pay off war debts, and put a tariff on exported goods.
  17. Waterways and Cannels
    Mostly in the north were cannels, but the Mississippi River was a great waterway for the south
  18. Frederick Douglass
    A former slave who was a self-educated abolitionist
  19. Colleges and Universities
    Harvard, Yale, Princeton, Brown, Dartmouth
  20. Enlightment leaders
    Ralph Emerson, Henry Thoreau, people who believed in science and nature
  21. Federalist paper 10
    An essay written by Monroe to address the question about how to deal with factions
  22. XYZ Affair
    France was upset with Jays Treaty, so Pres Adams sent John Marshall to negotiate and France demanded a bribe, which ended in the creation of the Navy
  23. Reasons for Moving West
    Manifest Destiny, Oregon Territory, California
  24. Abolitionist Movements
    To abolish slavery
  25. Indentured Servants
    Sent from England to earn their fare back. Had to work for x amount of years.
  26. Virginia and Maryland
    ¾ of all immigrants and also employed the head right system
  27. Ethnic Settlement Colonies
    Switzerland’s, scoots, Irish, African Slaves, Europeans, Dutch, Jews, Norwegians, ect.
  28. American System Manufacturing
    War of 1812 boomed the manufacturing with new inventions like interchanging parts and mass production
  29. Charles River Bridge Supreme Court Ruling
    The company was granted a charter to construct a bridge, but the contract was broken
  30. Transcendentalism
    Belief that people should come back to nature and not be over involved in the new things of the world.
  31. Black Reconstruction
    Black codes were a series of laws that regulated the affairs of emancipated slaves
  32. Antebellum Economic differences between the north and the south
    North’s economy was based on Factories and Industries, while the South was based on slave labor and agriculture.
  33. Ben Franklyn
    A founding father that invented electricity. He was a really smart person that helped out in the political house
  34. Ann Dudley Bradstreet
    New England’s first Published Poet
  35. Samuel Sewall
    Massachusetts judge
  36. Jogn Zenger
    American journalist
  37. Reger Williams
    Protestant theologian
  38. Congressional powers under the constitution
    No power to tax, regulate commerce.
  39. French Indian War
  40. Uncle Toms Cabin
    Political book written about slaves by HBS
  41. 1850 Republican Party Platform
  42. Missouri Compromise
    Decided whether Missouri would be a slave state or free state
  43. Antebellum Treatment of slaves in the south
    The freedom Bureau, and the KKK
  44. Colonization of New York
  45. Anne Hutchinson
    Noted for her strong religious convictions and her stand against the orthodox church
  46. Richard Hakluyt
    English Writer
  47. The Great Awakening
    Religious revival in America
  48. Foundation of African American Culture after the Civil War
  49. Role of France and Brittan during the Civil War
  50. Kansas Nebraska Act
    Created the territories of Kansas and Nebraska, one slave and one free
  51. Railroads in 1850
    Technological improvements, faster travel
  52. Nullification Crisis
    This ordinance declared power of the state that the federal tariffs of 1828 and 1832 were unconstitutional
  53. Spoils System
    A political party would give government jobs to their voters after they won as a reward
  54. Adams Onis Treaty
    Purchase of Florida
  55. “City on A Hill”
    Massachusetts Bay Colony would be a city on a hill to the world according to Winthrop
  56. Salem Witch Trials
  57. Compromise of 1850
    Compromise about slaves
  58. Dread Scott vs. Stanford
    Established that slaves would never be citizens and had no rights in the constitution
  59. 13th Amendment
    Officially outlawed Slavery
  60. Southern Women vs. English Women
    Southern bells and English mothers
  61. Women in Chesapeake
    Indentures servants who usually married and worked on small plantations
  62. Battle Of Saratoga
    Key turning point in the Revolutionary war
  63. King Cotton
    The south name because cotton was the cash crop of the south
  64. Cult of domesticity
    The nature of women’s work shifts. It was for women’s rights
  65. Thomas Paine
    British immigrant who made political cartoons and wrote common sconce
  66. Weakness of the AoF
    No separation of powers, congress had no power to tax, states were more powerful than gov. congress could not regulate commerce.
  67. Hinton Helper
    He was a white non aristocratic North Carolina that hated blacks and slavery
  68. Abe Lincoln’s view of the Defeated COnfed
    If they did not return to the union, their slaves would still end up free
  69. Matthew Brady
    Father of photojournalism and a publisher and historian
  70. Immigration 1820’s – 0850
    Irish, Germans, Mexicans, Scandinavians, Italians, Hungarians
  71. Specie Cicular
    All public lands must be purchased with hard money not bank notes
  72. White Blackish during reconstruction
    KKK-kill blacks
  73. Seneca Falls Convention
    All men and women are created equal
  74. NW ordinance of 1787
    Said that to become a state there needed to be 60000 or more people
  75. Know nothing party
    Opposed immigration and the election of Roman Catholic
  76. Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo
    End of the Mexican was and gave Texas to the US
  77. States in the Confederacy
    SC, MI, FL, AL, GA, LO, TX, VI, AK, TN, NC
  78. 15th amendment
    No denying citizenship
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