By Stephen Armstrong
Skill-building flashcards that supply six hundred crucial AP phrases for simple memorization utilizing the benefit of on-the-go study
5 Steps to a five: AP U.S. heritage Flashcards positive factors six hundred key words that professional writer Stephen Armstrong has chosen as ones that regularly look on AP U.S. background assessments. this additional instrument raises your wisdom and is helping you in attaining as much as a greatest five ranking. you presently have an extra method to grasp the most important phrases which are the root of AP U.S. background luck, introduced in a structure that's handy on your lifestyle.
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History in preparation for the AP exam. S. History. If you need to find the location of a term, refer to the alphabetical list of terms. ) American Indian Movement American Liberty League American System Anaconda Copper Company Anaconda Plan Andrew Carnegie Andrew Jackson Anne Hutchinson Anthracite Coal Anti-Federalists Anti-Imperialist League Anti-Saloon League Appomattox Army Act Army-McCarthy Hearings Articles of Confederation Assembly Line Astrolabe Atlantic Charter Aztecs Baby Boom Ballinger-Pinchot Affair Bank War Bataan Death March Battle of Antietam Battle of Chancellorsville Battle of Chateau-Thierry Battle of Concord Battle of Dien Bien Phu Battle of Fredericksburg Battle of Gettysburg Battle of Guadalcanal Battle of Midway Battle of Saratoga Battle of Shiloh Battle of the Atlantic Battle of the Bulge Battle of the Coral Sea Battle of the Little Bighorn Battle of Trenton Battle of Vicksburg Battle of Yorktown Bay of Pigs Bear Flag Republic Beat Generation Belleau Wood Benjamin Franklin Berlin Airlift Berlin Wall Bessemer Steel Bicameral Legislature Bill of Rights Birth of a Nation Black Codes Black Nationalism Black Panthers Black Power “Black Tuesday” Blacklist “Bleeding Kansas” Bonanza Farms Bonus Army Booker T.
Lee Rock and Roll Roe v. Wade Roosevelt Corollary Rosie the Riveter Ross Perot “Rough Riders” Sacco and Vanzetti Salem Witch Trials SALT I (Strategic Arms Limitation Talks) Salutary Neglect Samuel Adams Samuel de Champlain Satellite Countries “Saturday Night Massacre” Scalawags Scopes Trial Scottsboro Boys Scramble for Africa SDI (Strategic Defense Initiative) Secession Second Battle of Bull Run Second Continental Congress Second Great Awakening Second Industrial Revolution Second National Bank Second New Deal Secondary Source Sedition Act Separatists Settlement Houses Seventeenth Amendment “Seward’s Folly” Sharecropping Sherman Antitrust Act Silent Spring Sioux Sit-Down Strikes Sit-In Sitting Bull Sixteenth Amendment Slavery Smith Act Smith-Connally Act “Smoking Gun” Social Darwinism Social Gospel Movement Social History Social Security Act Socialism Sons of Liberty “Southern Strategy” Spanish-American War Speakeasies Special Prosecutor Speculation Spoils System Sputnik Square Deal Stagflation Stamp Act Stamp Act Congress States’ Rights Stephen Douglas Stono Rebellion Students for a Democratic Society (SDS) Suburbia Suez Canal Crisis Suffolk Resolves Sugar Act Supply-Side Economics Sussex Pledge Taft-Hartley Act Tammany Hall Tariff of 1816 Tax Reform Act of 1986 Taylorism Tea Act Teapot Dome Scandal Tecumseh Teller Amendment Temperance Movement Ten Percent Plan Tenant Farmers Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) Tenure of Office Act Tet Offensive Theodore Roosevelt Thirteenth Amendment Thirty-Eighth Parallel Thomas Jefferson Three-Fifths Compromise “Tight Money” Timber and Stone Act Townshend Acts Trail of Tears Transcontinental Railroad Treaty of Ghent Treaty of Guadalupe-Hidalgo Treaty of Paris, 1763 Treaty of Paris, 1783 Treaty of Paris, 1898 Triangle Shirtwaist Fire Triangular Trade System Truman Doctrine Trust Turner Thesis Twelfth Amendment U-2 Ulysses S.
President Alexander Hamilton Alexander Hamilton • Served with George Washington in the Revolutionary War • Supported the Constitution and helped write the Federalist Papers • As the first secretary of the treasury, he worked to strengthen the federal government • Was killed in a duel with Aaron Burr XYZ Affair XYZ Affair • American commissioners sent to France in 1797 to negotiate a treaty were approached by emissaries of the French foreign minister and asked for a bribe • The Americans refused, public opinion at home was outraged, and an undeclared naval war with France ran from 1798 to 1800 Twelfth Amendment Twelfth Amendment • Ratified in 1804 and established separate balloting in the Electoral College for president and vice president • Was a result of the 1800 deadlock when Thomas Jefferson and his running mate, Aaron Burr, tied in electoral votes, forcing the House to decide the election for Jefferson Judiciary Act Judiciary Act • 1801 bill passed by the Federalist Congress before Thomas Jefferson’s inauguration, designed to maintain Federalist control of the judiciary by reducing the number of Supreme Court justices and increasing the number of federal judges that John Adams could appoint • Repealed by Congress in 1802 “Midnight Appointments” “Midnight Appointments” • Judicial or other appointments made by an outgoing president or governor in the last hours before leaving office • The most famous were the judicial appointments made by John Adams in the hours before Thomas Jefferson was inaugurated Marbury v.
AP U. S. History Flashcards by Stephen Armstrong