Period 1: 1491-1607 Encomienda System



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Period 1: 1491-1607

Encomienda System

Anasazi, Pueblos, Lakota Sioux

Mayas


Incas

Aztecs


Conquistadores

Printing Press

Nation State

Roanoke


Treaty of Tordesillas

Longhouses

Columbian Exchange

People

Cortes


Pizarro

Henry the Navigator

Ferdinand and Isabella

Christopher Columbus

John Cabot

Jacques Cartier

Samuel de Champlain

Henry Hudson

Bartolome de las Casas

Period 2: 1607-1754

Act of Toleration

Halfway Covenant

Jamestown

Mayflower

Plymouth

King Philips War

Mayflower Compact

Virginia House of Burgesses

Bacon’s Rebellion

Fundamental Orders of Connecticut

Corporate Colonies

Royal colonies

Proprietary Colonies

Virginia Company

Mercantilism

Navigation acts

Glorious Revolution

Indentured Servants

Headright System

Triangular Trade/Middle Passage

Poor Richard’s Almanack

Great Awakening

Huguenots

The Zenger Case



People

Roger Williams

Anne Hutchinson

William Penn

John Rolfe

Pocahontas

Pilgrims

John Winthrop

Thomas Hooker

James Oglethorpe

Wampanoag’s

Metacom


Sir William Berkeley

Benjamin Franklin

Period 3: 1754-1800

Stamp Act Congress

Letters from a Pennsylvania Farmer

Sam Adams

James Otis

Massachusetts Circular

Letter Whiskey Rebellion

“Citizen” Genet

XYZ Affair

Committees of Correspondence

Intolerable Acts

Parliament

Era of Salutary Neglect

Pontiac’s Rebellion

Proclamation of 1763

French and Indian War

Albany Plan of Union

Peace of Paris (1763)

Sugar, Quartering, Stamp, Declatory and Townshend Acts

Tea Act


The Enlightenment

John Locke

Rousseau

First Continental Congress

Suffolk Resolves

Second Continental Congress

Declaration of Independence

Northwest Ordinance of 1787

Importance of Lexington and Concord

Importance of Bunker Hill

Articles of Confederation (weaknesses)

Thomas Paine; Common Sense

Patriots

Loyalists (Tories)

Minute men

Shays’ Rebellion

Patrick Henry

John Adams

George Washington

John Jay


Thomas Jefferson

Paul Revere

Molly Pitcher (Mary McCauley)

James Madison

Alexander Hamilton

Federalists

Anti Federalists

Checks and Balances/Constitution of the United States

Virginia Plan

New Jersey Plan

Connecticut Plan

Period 4: 1800-1848

Louisiana Purchase

War Hawks

Battle of Tippecanoe

Strict versus Loose Interpretation of Constitution

Judicial Review

Marbury v. Madison

Impressment

Chesapeake Leopard Affair

Embargo Act of 1807

Non intercourse Act of 1809

Macon’s Bill No. 2

War of 1812

‘Old Ironsides’

Battle of New Orleans

Treaty of Ghent (1814)

Lewis and Clark Expedition

Francis Scott Key, “The Star Spangled Banner”

Era of Good Feelings

Sectionalism (North, West, South)

Protective Tariff

Henry Clay; American System

Second Bank of the United States

Lancaster Turnpike

Cumberland Road

Erie Canal

Robert Fulton; Steamboats

Eli Whitney; cotton gin AND interchangeable parts of gun and the importance of this

Lowell Factory System

Fletcher vs. Peck

McCulloch vs. Maryland

Dartmouth vs. Woodward

Gibbons vs. Ogden

1820 Missouri Compromise

Rush Bagot Agreement

Monroe Doctrine

Indian Removal Act

Cherokee Nation vs. Georgia

Worchester vs. Georgia

Pet banks

Corrupt Bargain

Tariff of Abominations

Peggy Eaton Affair

Nullification Crisis

Log Cabin and Hard Cider Campaign

Utopian Communities

Shakers

Amana Colonies



New Harmony

Oneida Community

Temperance

Washingtonians

WCTU
Asylum Movement

American Colonization Society

Antebellum period

Transcendentalists



People

John C Calhoun

Wm Henry Harrison

John Marshall

Aaron Butt

Andrew Jackson

Martin Van Buren

John Q. Adams

Horace Mann

Robert Owen

Dorothea Dix

Wm. Lloyd Garrison

Frederick Douglass

Harriet Tubman

Sojourner Truth

Nat Turner

James Fenimore Cooper

Nathaniel Hawthorne

Amelia Bloomer

Joseph Smith/Mormonism

Brigham Young

Sarah Grimke/Angelina Grimke

Lucretia Mott

Elizabeth Cady Stanton

Susan B. Anthony

Period 5: 1848-1877

Free Soil Movement, Free Soil Party

“Bleeding Kansas”

LeCompton Constitution

Popular Sovereignty

Compromise of 1850

Kansas Nebraska Act

Crittenden Compromise

Know-Nothing Party

Republican Party

Secession

Fugitive Slave Law

Underground Railroad

Dred Scott vs. Sanford

Lincoln/Douglas Debates (Position of each on Slavery)

House Divided Speech

Freeport Doctrine



Uncle Tom’s Cabin; Harriet Beecher Stowe

Buffer States in Civil War

Greenbacks

Morrill Tariff Act of 1861

Morrill Land Grant Act of 1862

Pacific Railway Act

Homestead Act of 1862

Fort Sumter (within Context of Civil War)

Bull Run …importance of it

Anaconda Plan

Antietam…importance of it

Fredericksburg

Monitor vs. the Merrimac

Shiloh


Gettysburg

Vicksburg

Sherman’s march to the sea

Appomattox Court House

Habeas Corpus

Confiscation acts

Emancipation Proclamation

13th, 14th, 15th Amendments



Ex parte Milligan

Draft Riots

Copperheads

Impeachment

Credit Mobilier Affair

Compromise of 1877

Reconstruction

Wade Davis Bill

Freedman’s Bureau

Black Codes

Radical Republicans

Tenure of Office Act

Scalawags

Carpetbaggers

Sharecropping

KKK


People

Zachary Taylor

Stephen A. Douglas

Millard Fillmore

Franklin Pierce

John C. Fremont

James Buchanan

Roger Taney

Jefferson Davis

Alexander H. Stephens

Thomas “Stonewall”Jackson

George McClellan

Robert E. Lee

Ulysses S. Grant

John Wilkes Booth

Andrew Johnson

Jay Gould

Boss Tweed

Rutherford B. Hayes

Charles Sumner

Thaddeus Stephens

Edwin Stanton

Period 6: 1865-1898

Transcontinental Railroad

Union Pacific

Central Pacific

U.S. Steel

Vertical integration

Horizontal integration

Standard Oil

Bessemer process

Menlo Park Labs

Sherman Anti-Trust Act of 1890

Haymarket

American Federation of Labor

Pullman Strike

White Collar workers

Blue Collar Workers

Protestant Work Ethic

Laissez-Faire Capitalism

Social Darwinism

Gospel of Wealth

Chinese Exclusion Act of 1882

Long drives (cattle)

Causes of Indian Wars; Little Big Horn and Wounded Knee

Ghost Dance Movement

Assimilation (within the context of Native Americans0

Indian Reorganization Act of 1934



Plessy vs. Ferguson

Jim Crow Laws

The Great Migration

Ellis Island

Angel Island

“Melting Pot” Theory

Tenements

Tamany Hall

Social Gospel

NAWSA


WCTU

Bargain of 1877

Smooth Hawley Tariff

Populist Party

“Cross of Gold” Speech

People

Cornelius Vanderbilt

Andrew Carnegie

J.D. Rockefeller

J.P. Morgan

Alexander Graham Bell

Thomas Edison

George Westinghouse

Eastman’s Kodak Camera

R.H. Macy

Sears; Roebuck

Eugene Debs

Joseph Glidden

Helen Hunt Jackson

John Muir

George Washington Carver

Booker T. Washington/W.E.B. Dubois

Frederick Jackson Turner, “The Significance of the frontier on American History”

Boss Tweed

Jane Addams

Mark Twain

Period 7: 1890-1945

Monroe Doctrine/Roosevelt Corollary

Imperialism

Yellow Journalism

Jingoism


U.S.S. Maine

“A splendid little war”

Rough Riders

Platt Amendment

Open Door Policy

Big Stick Diplomacy

Dollar Diplomacy

Moral Diplomacy

Russo Japanese War

Treaty of Portsmouth

Gentlemen’s Agreement/San Francisco Schools

Great White Fleet

Central Powers

Allied Powers (WWI)



Lusitania

Sussex Pledge

Zimmerman Telegram

Selective Service Act



Schenck vs. U.S.

Fourteen Points

Big Four

Treaty of Versailles

League of Nations

Red Scare

Palmer Raids

Boston Police Strike

Race Riots

Teapot Dome Scandal

Boston Police Strike

Scientific Management

Harlem Renaissance

Volstead Act

Prohibition

The Noble Experiment

The 16th, 17th, 18, 19th, 20th and 21st Amendments

Rural vs. Urban concept

Sacco and Vanzetti Trial

Birth of a Nation (the movie)

Washington Conference

Scopes Trial

Kellogg-Briand Pact

Reparations

Dawes Plan of 1924

Stock Market Crash

Buying on margin

Speculation

Federal Reserve Board

RFC


Boulder Dam

Bonus March of 1932

New Deal Relief, Recovery, Reform

Brain Trust

Fireside chats

Bank Holiday

CCC, TVA, PWA, WPA, FDIC, FHA, social security

Court Packing Plan

Zoot Suit Riots

Bracceros Program

Isolationism

December 7, 1941

Good Neighbor Policy

Atlantic Charter

Lend Lease Act

Cash and Carry

Fascism

Nazism


Appeasement

Non Aggression Pact

Munich Agreement

Nye Committee

America First Committee

Four Freedoms Speech

Pearl Harbor

Manhattan Project

Battle of Coral Sea

Korematsu vs. U.S.

D Day


Holocaust

“Final Solution”

Hiroshima; Nagasaki

People

William Seward

Queen Lil

Alfred Thayer Mahan

Teddy Roosevelt

Wm. H. Taft

Woodrow Wilson

Wm. H. McKinley

Valeriano Weyler

Emilio Aguinaldo

John Hay

John J. Pershing

Henry Cabot Lodge

Warren G. Harding

Albert Fall

Coolidge


Hoover

Henry Ford

Margaret Sanger

Paul Robeson

Langston Hughes

Louis Armstrong

Marcus Garvey

Billy Sunday

FDR

Frances Perkins



John Maynard Keynes

Father Charles Coughlin

Frances Townsend

Huey P. Long

A Philip Randolph

Marian Anderson

Hitler

Franco


Mussolini

Churchhill

Chamberlain

De Gaulle

Lindbergh

Truman


Court Cases

The Peter Zenger Case

Fletch v. Peck

McCulloch v. Maryland

Dartmouth v. Woodward

Gibbons v. Ogden

Cherokee Nation v. Georgia

Worchester v. Georgia

Insular Cases

Dred Scott v. Sanford

Plessy v. Ferguson

Schenck v. U.S.

Brown v. Board of Education, Topeka, KS.

U.S. v. Nixon

Sacco and Vanzetti

Scopes Monkey Trial

Korematsu v. U.S.

Period 8: 1945-1980

G.I. Bill

Baby Boom Gernation

Racial Integration of Military

J. Strom Thurmond

Fair Dea.

Cold War


Iron Curtain

Containment

Truman Doctrine

Marshall Plan

Berlin Airlift

NATO


Importance of Korean War and its events

Hollywood Ten

McCarthyism

1956 Highway Act

“Brinkmanship”

Events of Vietnam

Southeast Asia Treaty Organization

Eisenhower Doctrine

OPEC
Warsaw Pact

Sputnik


NASA

U2 Incident

Causes of Civil Rights Movement

Civil Rights Act of 1964

Voting Rights Act of 1965

Little Rock Nine

Montgomery Bus Boycott

Greensboro Sit-ins

Southern Christian Leadership Conference

Stu8dent Nonviolent Coordinating Committee

Beatniks

New Frontier

Warren Commission

Peace Corps

Bay of Pigs

Berlin Wall

Cuban Missile Crisis

Flexible Response

The Great Society

War on Poverty

“I have a Dream” Speech

“The Ballot or the Bullet” Speech

De jure segregation

De facto segregation

Kerner Commission

Black Panthers

Woodstock 1969

People

Josef Stalin

Douglas MacArthur

Alger Hiss

Rosenberg Case

Joseph McCarthy

Dwight D. Eisenhower

Richard M. Nixon

John Foster Dulles

Nikita Khrushchev

Fidel Castro

Earl Warren

George Wallace

Rosa Parks

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Malcolm X

JFK

RFK


LBJ

Ralph Nader

Rachel Carson

James Meredith

Stokely Carmichael

Gerald R. Ford

Cesar Chaves

Jimmy Carter

Ronald Reagan

George Bush (41) 

George Bush (43) 

Ronald Reagan

William Jefferson Clinton

Period 9: 1980-Present

Reaganomics/Trickle Down Theory/Supply Side Economics

Iran Contra Affair

Persian Gulf War

Moral Majority

Strategic Defense Initiative (Star Wars)

NAFTA


Brady Bill

Oklahoma City Bombing

European Union

e-commerce/Technology Boom

Election of 2000

Election of 2008

Tea Party Republicans

Gerrymander

No Child Left Behind Act

Al-Qaeda


9/11/01

Arab Spring

Dream Act

Columbine



People

Sandra Day O’Connor

Clarence Thomas

Mikhail Gorbachev

Ross Perot

Barack Obama



Al Gore

Osama Bin Laden



Sonia Sotomayor


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