Essay Period 4 Study Guide November 2014

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AP U.S. History – Period 4 Study Guide (1800-1848)
This test will consist of approximately 40 MC questions and a Short-Answer question.

Key Terms/People/Events
1. “Revolution of 1800”

36. Whig & Democrat Party

2. Thomas Jefferson

37. Panic of 1837

3. Marbury v. Madison

38. The Alamo / San Jacinto

4. John Marshall

39. Irish & German immigration

5. judicial review

40. Nativism

6. Louisiana Purchase / Lewis & Clark

41. Industrial Revolution

7. Aaron Burr

42. Eli Whitney / Cyrus McCormick

8. impressment

43. Cotton gin

9. Embargo Act

44. Interchangeable parts

10. “peaceful coercion”

45. Elias Howe / Samuel Morse

11. Non-Intercourse Act

46. Lowell system

12. Tecumseh

47. Cult of Domesticity

13. war hawks

48. Cumberland Road

14. Battle of Tippecanoe

49. Robert Fulton

15. Hartford Convention

50. Erie Canal

16. Treaty of Ghent

51. Railroad

17. Battle of New Orleans

52. Second Great Awakening

18. Era of Good Feelings

53. Deism

19. Nationalism

54. Unitarianism

20. American System

55. Charles Grandison Finney

21. Missouri Compromise

56. Mormonism

22. McCulloch v. Maryland

57. Joseph Smith / Brigham Young

23. Dartmouth College v. Woodward

58. Temperance

24. Monroe Doctrine

59. Dorothea Dix

25. Andrew Jackson

60. Transcendentalism

26. Adams-Onis Treaty

61. Ralph Waldo Emerson / Henry David Thoreau

27. Florida Purchase Treaty

62. Seneca Falls Convention

28. "Corrupt Bargain" of 1824

63. Elizabeth Cady Stanton / Susan B. Anthony

29. spoils system

64. King Cotton

30. Tariff of Abominations

65. Nat Turner rebellion

31. Nullification crisis

66. Amistad

32. Worcester v. Georgia

67. American Colonization Society

33. Indian Removal / “Trail of Tears”

68. William Lloyd Garrison

34. Specie Circular

69. Frederick Douglass

35. Henry Clay / Daniel Webster / John C. Calhoun

70. Gag Resolution

Key Concepts/Main Ideas
1. Significance of the “Revolution of 1800”
2. Background and significance of key court cases: Marbury v. Madison, McCulloch v. Maryland, Worcester v. Georgia,
Dartmouth College vs. Woodward
3. Cause and impact of the Embargo Act
4. Groups opposing and supporting war against Britain
5. Perspective of Tecumseh and his impact on American and British relations
6. Key characteristics, battles, and outcomes of the War of 1812
7. Outcomes of major treaties in the early 1800s: Treaty of Ghent, Adams-Onis Treaty, Florida Purchase Treaty
8. Outcome and impact of the Missouri Compromise
9. Primary objective of the Monroe Doctrine
10. Regional and sectional political differences in the first half of the 1800s
11. Southern perspective regarding federal tariffs, and outcome of the nullification crisis
12. Struggle for power between the federal government and states in the early 1800s, and effect of Supreme Court rulings
13. Jackson’s perspective and actions regarding Native Americans and the Bank of the U.S., and the outcomes for both
14. Reemergence of a two-party system in the 1830s, the political leaders for…