APUSH Review Sheet Essay

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APUSH Midterm Review Sheet:

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Chapter Six – The Empire and Its Colonies 1754 – 1775
America in 1750 (France, Great Britain, Spain), Thomas Hutchinson, The Ohio River Valley, Virginia Land Grant, George Washington, Fort Duquesne, Fort Necessity, Jumonville Glen, The French and Indian War (The Seven Year’s War), The Albany Plan, The Iroquois Nation (Six Nations), Benjamin Franklin, Join or Die, General Braddock, William Pitt, Impressment, The Fall of Quebec, Wolfe and Montcalm, Treaty of Paris, Effects of the War, Colonialists vs. British, Proclamation (Line) of 1763, King George III, Pontiac’s Rebellion, The Imperial Crisis, Debt, Prime Minister George Grenville, The Sugar Act, Parliamentary Acts, Committees of Correspondence, , Revenue Act (Sugar Act of 1765), The Stamp Act (1765), Internal vs. External Taxes, Virtual Representation, Patrick Henry, Virginia Resolves, Samuel Adam, The Sons of Liberty, Stamp Act Congress of 1765, “Liberty and property”, Declaratory Act, Charles Townshend, The Townshend Duties,, Revenue Act of 1767, Nonconsumption, The Daughters of Liberty, Sewing Bees, Occupation of Boston, The Boston Massacre (1770), Paul Revere, Fair Trail, Burning of the Gaspee, Committees of Correspondence, Tea Act of 1773, Boston Tea Party, The Coercive Acts, Boston Port Act, Massachusetts Government Act, Impartial Administration of Justice Act, Quartering Act, The Quebec Act, The First Continental Congress (1774, Committees of Public Safety, Domestic Insurrection, Boycott, General Thomas Gage, Lexington and Concord, Minute Men, Paul Revere and William Dawes, Lord Dunmore…

Chapter Seven – The War for America (1775 – 1783)
The Second Continental Congress, Raising an Army, Olive Branch Petition, A Declaration of the Causes and Necessity of Taking Up Arms, The Battle of Bunker Hill (Breed’s Hill), Thomas Paine, Common Sense, Alliance with France, Thomas Jefferson, The Declaration of Independence, The first year of the war (1775 – 76), The British Strategy, Divide and Conquer, General Howe, Crossing the Delaware, Loyalists, Campaigns of 1777 – 1779, Gentleman Johnny Burgoyne, Fort Ticonderoga, Battle of Saratoga, Valley Forge, The French Alliance, Marquis de Lafayette, General Rochambeau, The Southern Strategy, Georgia and South Carolina, General Cornwallis, Benedict Arnold, Newburg Address, Surrender at Yorktown, Treaty of Paris…

Chapter Eight – Building a Republic (1775 – 1789)
The Articles of Confederation (strengths and weaknesses), Western lands, State constitutions, Bill of Rights, The Northwest Territory, 1785 Ordinance, Northwest Ordinance, Shay’s Rebellion, James Madison, Alexander Hamilton, “I smell a rat” The Virginia Plan, The New Jersey Plan, The Great Compromise, The Three-Fifths Clause, Democracy vs. Republicanism, Checks and Balances (Articles I, II and III of the Constitution), The Ratification Process, Antifederalists, Virginia and New York…

Chapter Nine – The New Nation Takes Form (1789 – 1800)
Pres. Washington (and his cabinet), Hamilton and shaping of the national government, emergence of political parties: the shaping of national government, the issue of assumption, report on public debt, establishment of a national bank, report on manufactures, road building, Republican Motherhood and education for women; the Whiskey Rebellion, Citizen Ghent, Napoleonic Wars, Neutrality Act of 1793, Mad Anthony Wayne, Battle of Fallen Timbers, Treaty of Greenville, reaction to the French Revolution, Jay’s Treaty, Haiti, Pinckney’s Treaty, “Avoid foreign entanglements,” Election of 1796, Federalists and Democratic Republicans; Adam’s and the Quasi-war, XYZ Affair, Alien and Sedition Acts, Virginia and Kentucky Resolves…

Chapter Ten – Republicans in Power (1800 – 1824)
Revolution of 1800, Significance of Jefferson’s presidency; Jeffersonian worldview, Gabriel Prosser, Midnight Judges, Marbury vs. Madison, expansion into the trans-Appalachian West (Lewis and Clark); the