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APUSH Terms 2019-20

AP US History Terms for All Units

Remember, Terms are due to your team members and will need to be submitted to Google Classroom TWO DAYS prior to a quiz/test! Everyone needs a fair chance to study the terms. All members of the group must work on the document that will be submitted. The document's edit history will be used to determine who worked on the document and how much. Only the person who originally created the document is able to submit it to Google Classroom. If your group is having a problem, please see me ASAP. Terms are vital to success on the AP Exam because you are expected to know a variety of people, events and concepts across all areas of American history – these will help with both the multiple choice AND written questions. Also note, some terms appear in more than one unit. Make sure you address how that term applies to the unit being studied. 

**To allow for easier copying and pasting of the list of terms into a google doc, I am converting the tables of terms into single column sets of terms. This is a work in progress as of 8/22/2019**

Chapters 1-2 - Unit 1

  1. Incas
  2. Aztecs
  3. Mayans
  4. Pueblos
  5. Creeks
  6. Choctaws
  7. Cherokees
  8. Iroquois Confederacy
  9. Vinland
  10. Portuguese slave trade
  11. Vasco da Gama
  12. Christopher Columbus
  13. Hispaniola
  14. Old world diseases – Smallpox, measles, yellow fever
  15. Treaty of Tordesillas (1494)
  16. Vasco Nunez Balboa
  17. Ferdinand Magellan
  18. Juan Ponce de Leon
  19. Francisco Coronado
  20. Hernando De Soto
  21. Hernan Cortes
  22. John Cabot
  23. Giovanni da Verrazano
  24. Robert de La Salle
  25. Father Junipero Serra 
  26. nation-states
  27. Mound builders
  28. Cahokia
  29. Caravel
  30. plantation system
  31. Columbian exchange
  32. Conquistadores
  33. Capitalism
  34. Encomienda
  35. Mestizos
  36. Pope’s Rebellion
  37. Black Legend
  38. Ferdinand of Aragon
  39. Isabella of Castille
  40. Franscisco Pizarro
  41. Bartolome de Las Casas
  42. Moctezuma
  43. Queen Elizabeth I
  44. Sir Francis Drake
  45. Sir Walter Raleigh
  46. Philip II (Spain)
  47. Spanish Armada
  48. Laws of Primogeniture
  49. Joint stock companies
  50. Virginia Company of London
  51. Jamestown
  52. Captain John Smith
  53. John Rolfe
  54. Anglo-Powhatan Wars (First and Second)
  55. House of Burgesses
  56. Lord Baltimore
  57. Maryland Act of Toleration
  58. Charles II
  59. English Restoration
  60. James Oglethorpe
  61. Protestant Reformation
  62. Roanoke Island
  63. colonial charter
  64. Barbados slave code
  65. Tuscarora War
  66. Yamasee Indians
  67. buffer colony
  68. Henry VIII
  69. James I
  70. Powhatan
  71. Pocahontas
  72. Lord De La Warr
  73. Oliver Cromwell
  74. Hiawatha

Chapters 3-5 - Unit 2

  1. Calvinism
  2. Predestination
  3. Church of England
  4. Puritans
  5. Separatists
  6. Mayflower Compact
  7. Massachusetts Bay colony
  8. Great Migration
  9. Captain Myles Standish
  10. Antinomianism
  11. Fundamental Orders
  12. Pequot War
  13. King Philip’s War
  14. New England Confederation
  15. English Civil War
  16. Dominion of New England
  17. Navigation Acts
  18. Glorious Revolution
  19. Salutary neglect
  20. Quakers
  21. Blue laws
  22. Martin Luther
  23. William Bradford
  24. John Winthrop
  25. Anne Hutchinson
  26. Roger Williams
  27. Massasoit
  28. Metacom
  29. Charles II
  30. Sir Edmund Andros
  31. William III
  32. Mary II
  33. Henry Hudson
  34. New Amsterdam
  35. William Penn
  36. Indentured servants
  37. Headright system
  38. Bacon’s Rebellion
  39. Middle passage
  40. Slave codes
  41. Congregational Church
  42. Half-Way Covenant
  43. Salem Witch Trials
  44. William Berkeley
  45. Nathaniel Bacon
  46. Paxton Boys
  47. Regulator movement
  48. Triangular trade
  49. Molasses Act
  50. Harvard College
  51. Great Awakening
  52. Old lights
  53. New lights
  54. Poor Richard’s Almanac
  55. Royal colonies
  56. Proprietary colonies
  57. Jonathan Edwards
  58. Benjamin Franklin
  59. George Whitefield
  60. John Trumbull
  61. Phillis Wheatley
  62. John Peter Zenger

Chapters 6-8 - Unit 3

  1. French Huguenots
  2. Edict of Nantes
  3. Quebec
  4. Samuel de Champlain
  5. Huron Indians
  6. Robert de la Salle
  7. King William’s War
  8. Queen Anne’s War
  9. Treaty of Utrecht (1713)
  10. War of Jenkin’s Ear
  11. King George’s War
  12. George Washington
  13. Fort Duquesne
  14. Fort Necessity (1754)
  15. French and Indian War/Seven Years War
  16. Albany Congress (1754)
  17. Gen. Edward Braddock
  18. William Pitt
  19. Louisbourg (1758)
  20. Gen. James Wolfe
  21. Peace of Paris
  22. Chief Ponitac’s War
  23. Daniel Boone
  24. Proclamation of 1763
  25. Republicanism
  26. Radical Whigs
  27. Mercantilism
  28. Navigation Law of 1650
  29. Enumerated goods
  30. George Grenville
  31. Molasses Act
  32. Sugar Act
  33. Quartering Act
  34. Stamp Act
  35. Admiralty Courts
  36. Tea Act
  37. “Taxation without Representation”
  38. “Virtual Representation”
  39. Stamp Act Congress
  40. Non-importation Agreements
  41. Sons of Liberty
  42. Declaratory Act
  43. Charles Townshend
  44. Townshend Acts
  45. Boston Massacre
  46. Crispus Attucks
  47. King George III
  48. Lord North
  49. Samuel Adams
  50. Committees of Correspondence (1772)
  51. British East India Company
  52. Gov. Thomas Hutchinson
  53. Boston Tea Party (1773)
  54. Edmund Burke
  55. Coercive Acts
  56. Repressive/Intolerable Acts (1774)
  57. Boston Port Act
  58. Quebec Act (1774)
  59. First Continental Congress
  60. John Adams
  61. Declaration of Rights
  62. The Association
  63. Battle of Lexington
  64. Battle of Concord
  65. John Hancock
  66. “Minute Men”
  67. Valley Forge
  68. Ethan Allen
  69. Loyalists/Tories
  70. Thomas Hutchinson
  71. Marquis de Lafayette
  72. Benedict Arnold
  73. Paul Revere
  74. Letters from a Farmer in Pennsylvania
  75. Benjamin Franklin
  76. James Otis
  77. Thomas Jefferson
  78. Baron von Steuben
  79. James Wolfe
  80. Gaspee Incident
  81. Second Continental Congress
  82. Battle of Bunker Hill
  83. Olive Branch Petition
  84. Hessians
  85. Comte de Rochambeau
  86. Declaration of Independence
  87. Common Sense
  88. Thomas Paine
  89. Nathaniel Greene
  90. Abigail Adams
  91. Richard Henry Lee
  92. Battle of Trenton
  93. Battle of Saratoga
  94. Battle of Yorktown
  95. Lord Charles Cornwallis
  96. Treaty of Paris (1783)

Chapters 9-10 - Unit 4
  1. Civic Virtue
  2. Republican Motherhood
  3. John Locke
  4. Jean Jacques Rousseau
  5. Adam Smith 
  6. Enlightenment
  7. Articles of Confederation
  8. Old Northwest
  9. Land Ordinance of 1785
  10. Public Land Act
  11. Northwest Ordinance of 1787
  12. Shay’s Rebellion
  13. Daniel Shays 
  14. Patrick Henry
  15. Unicameral legislature
  16. Bicameral legislature 
  17. Abigail Adams
  18. Annapolis Convention
  19. Constitutional Convention
  20. James Madison
  21. Alexander Hamilton
  22. Gouverneur Morris
  23. Benjamin Franklin (role at Convention)
  24. Natural Rights Theory
  25. Sovereignty
  26. Republicanism
  27. States’ Rights
  28. Popular sovereignty
  29. Confederation
  30. Checks and balances
  31. Virginia Plan
  32. New Jersey Plan
  33. Connecticut Plan/Great Compromise
  34. Common law
  35. Civil law
  36. Three-fifths Compromise
  37. Commercial Compromise
  38. Electoral College
  39. Legislative Branch
  40. Executive Branch
  41. Federal courts
  42. Supreme Court
  43. National debt
  44. National bank
  45. Federalists
  46. Anti-Federalists
  47. The Federalist Papers
  48. George Washington
  49. Edmond Genet
  50. Anthony Wayne
  51. John Jay
  52. Bill of Rights
  53. Henry Knox
  54. Judiciary Act of 1789
  55. Thomas Jefferson (as Sec. State & VP)
  56. Hamilton’s financial plan
  57. Excise taxes
  58. Tariff 
  59. Federalism
  60. Pennsylvania Gradual Emancipation Law
  61. Proclamation of Neutrality (1793)
  62. Battle of Fallen Timbers
  63. Treaty of Greenville
  64. Jay Treaty (1794)
  65. Pinckney Treaty (1795)
  66. Right of deposit
  67. Whiskey Rebellion
  68. Democratic Republican Party
  69. Federalist Party
  70. Washington’s Farewell Address
  71. Two-term tradition
  72. John Adams
  73. XYZ Affair
  74. Alien Laws
  75. Sedition Act
  76. Kentucky and Virginia Resolutions
  77. Revolution of 1800
 
Chapter 11-12 – UNIT 5
  1. Revolution of 1800
  2. Thomas Jefferson
  3. John Marshall
  4. Samuel Chase
  5. Judiciary Act of 1801
  6. Midnight judges
  7. Judicial review
  8. Marbury v. Madison
  9. Tripolitan War
  10. Haitian Revolution
  11. Robert Livingston
  12. Aaron Burr
  13. Louisiana Purchase
  14. Corps of Discovery
  15. Meriwether Lewis
  16. William Clark
  17. Sacajawea
  18. Impressment
  19. James Madison
  20. Chesapeake affair
  21. Embargo Act
  22. Non-Intercourse Act
  23. War hawks
  24. Macon’s Bill No. 2
  25. Tecumseh
  26. Tenskwatawa (The Prophet)
  27. Battle of Tippecanoe
  28. William Henry Harrison
  29. War of 1812
  30. “Old Ironsides”
  31. Oliver Hazard Perry
  32. Francis Scott Key
  33. Battle of Lake Erie
  34. Battle of Lake Champlain
  35. Andrew Jackson
  36. Battle of Horseshoe Bend
  37. Battle of New Orleans
  38. Treaty of Ghent
  39. Hartford Convention
  40. Rush-Bagot Agreement
  41. Tariff of 1816
  42. Henry Clay 
  43. Clay’s American System
  44. “Loose Construction”
  45. “Strict Construction”
  46. Era of Good Feelings
  47. John C. Calhoun
  48. McCulloch v. Maryland
  49. Panic of 1819
  50. Tallmadge Amendment
  51. Peculiar institution
  52. Missouri Compromise
  53. Cohens v. Virginia
  54. Gibbons v. Ogden
  55. Fletcher v. Peck
  56. Dartmouth College v. Woodward
  57. Florida Purchase Treaty (Adams-Onis Treaty)
  58. Monroe Doctrine
  59. James Monroe
  60. John Quincy Adams
  61. Russo-American Treaty

Chapter 13-14 – UNIT 6

  1. Andrew Jackson
  2. John C. Calhoun
  3. Henry Clay
  4. Martin Van Buren
  5. John Quincy Adams
  6. Daniel Webster
  7. Nicholas Biddle
  8. Stephen Austin
  9. William Henry Harrison
  10. Sam Houston
  11. Santa Anna
  12. Alamo
  13. Goliad
  14. Battle of San Jacinto
  15. Lone Star Republic
  16. Black Hawk
  17. Annexation
  18. "favorite son"
  19. Common man
  20. Nullification
  21. Spoils system
  22. Anti-Masonic Party
  23. Twelfth Amendment
  24. "Corrupt Bargain"
  25. Tariff of Abominations
  26. Tariff of 1832
  27. Specie Circular
  28. Tariff of 1833
  29. Seminole Wars
  30. Worcester v. Georgia
  31. Indian Removal Act
  32. Trail of Tears
  33. Panic of 1837
  34. Force Bill
  35. Divorce Bill
  36. Bank of the United States (re-chartering of)
  37. Independent treasury
  38. "Pet" banks
  39. "Kitchen cabinet"
  40. Peggy Eton Affair
  41. Samuel Slater
  42. Cyrus McCormick
  43. McCormick reaper
  44. Eli Whitney
  45. Robert Fulton
  46. Samuel B. Morse
  47. DeWitt Clinton
  48. Elias Howe
  49. Isaac Singer
  50. John Deere
  51. Cyrus Field
  52. John Jacob Astor
  53. Industrial revolution (1830s)
  54. Lowell system
  55. Limited liability
  56. Transportation revolution (1830s)
  57. Market revolution
  58. Nativism
  59. Know Nothing Party
  60. Cult of domesticity
  61. Lydia Maria Child
  62. Cotton gin
  63. Cumberland Road
  64. Maysville Road Veto
  65. Turnpike
  66. Erie Canal
  67. Clipper ships
  68. "Molly Maguires"
  69. General Incorporation Law
  70. Pony Express
  71. Commonwealth v. Hunt
  72. Tammany Hall
  73. Roger B. Taney


Chapters 15-16 - Unit 7

  1. The Age of Reason
  2. Deism
  3. Unitarianism
  4. Millennialism
  5. Second Great Awakening
  6. Burned Over Districts
  7. Mormons
  8. Lyceums
  9. American Temperance Society
  10. Seneca Falls Convention
  11. New Harmony
  12. Brook Farm
  13. Oneida community
  14. Shakers
  15. Prison reform: Auburn system
  16. Prison reform: Penitentiary system
  17. Federal style of architecture
  18. Greek style of architecture
  19. Hudson River School
  20. Romanticism
  21. Transecndentalism
  22. Charles G. Finney
  23. Joseph Smith
  24. Brigham Young
  25. Horace Mann
  26. Noah Webster
  27. William H. McGuffey
  28. Horace Greeley
  29. Dorthea Dix
  30. Neal S. Dow
  31. Lucretia Mott
  32. Elizabeth Cady Stanton
  33. Susan B. Anthony
  34. Lucy Stone
  35. Robert Owen
  36. John J. Audubon
  37. Stephen J. Foster
  38. James Fenimore Cooper
  39. Ralph Waldo Emerson
  40. Henry David Thoreau
  41. Walt Whitman
  42. Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
  43. Washington Irving
  44. Louisa May Alcott
  45. Emily Dickinson
  46. Edgar Allen Poe
  47. Nathaniel Hawthorne
  48. Herman Melville
  49. Francis Parnman
  50. Nat Turner’s Rebellion
  51. The Amistad
  52. American Colonization Society
  53. Liberia
  54. The Liberator
  55. American Anti-Slavery Society
  56. Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass
  57. Mason-Dixon Line
  58. Gag Resolution
  59. William T. Johnson
  60. Nat Turner
  61. Theodore Dwight Weld
  62. William Lloyd Garrison
  63. David Walker
  64. Sojourner Truth
  65. Martin Delaney
  66. Frederick Douglass
  67. Elijah P. Lovejoy
  68. Harriet Beecher Stowe


Chapters 17-19 - Unit 8

  1. John Tyler
  2. John Slidell
  3. Winfield Scott
  4. Zachary Taylor
  5. Nicholas P. Trist
  6. James K. Polk
  7. Stephen W. Kearny
  8. David Wilmot
  9. John C. Fremont
  10. Manifest Destiny
  11. Webster-Ashburton Treaty
  12. “spot” resolutions
  13. Tariff of 1842
  14. “conscience” Whigs
  15. Caroline incident
  16. Treaty of Guadalupe-Hidalgo
  17. Californios
  18. Liberty Party
  19. “All of Mexico”
  20. Aroostook War
  21. Walker Tariff
  22. Wilmot Proviso
  23. Mexican Cession
  24. William Henry Harrison (1841)
  25. 1844 election
  26. 54°40’ or Fight
  27. Nueces River (1846)
  28. Gen. Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna
  29. Bear Flag Republic
  30. Battle of Buena Vista (1847)
  31. Battles of Vera Cruz/Mexico City (1847)
  32. Election of 1848
  33. Lewis Cass
  34. Stephen A. Douglas
  35. Franklin Pierce
  36. Daniel Webster
  37. Matthew C. Perry
  38. Harriet Tubman
  39. Underground Railroad
  40. Henry Clay
  41. Millard Fillmore
  42. Popular sovereignty
  43. Free Soil Party
  44. Fugitive Slave Law
  45. "Beecher's Bibles"
  46.  “fire-eaters”
  47. Clayton-Bulwer Treaty
  48. Ostend Manifesto
  49. Kansas-Nebraska Act
  50. California gold rush (1848)
  51. Seventh of March Speech (1850)
  52. Whig Party demise (1852)
  53. William Walker
  54. Gadsden Purchase (1853)
  55. Republican Party (1854)
  56. Harriet Beecher Stowe
  57. Compromise of 1850
  58. Hinton R. Helper
  59. John Brown
  60. James Buchanan
  61. Charles Sumner
  62. Preston Brooks
  63. Dred Scott
  64. Roger Taney
  65. John C. Breckinridge
  66. Abraham Lincoln
  67. John Crittenden
  68. Sectionalism
  69. Uncle Tom’s Cabin 
  70. The Impending Crisis of the South 
  71. New England Emigrant Aid Company
  72. Pottawatomie Creek massacre
  73. Lecompton Constitution
  74. “Bleeding Kansas”
  75. Dred Scott decision
  76. Panic of 1857
  77. Lincoln-Douglas Debates
  78. Freeport Doctrine
  79. Harper’s Ferry raid
  80. Constitutional Union party
  81. Crittenden Compromise


Chapters 20-22 - Unit 9
  1. Fort Sumter
  2. Border states
  3. Trent Affair
  4. The Alabama
  5. Habeas corpus
  6. New York Draft Riots
  7. Morrill Tariff Act
  8. Homestead Act
  9. Charles Francis Adams
  10. Napoleon III
  11. Maximillian
  12. Jefferson Davis
  13. Elizabeth Blackwell
  14. Clara Barton
  15. Sally Tompkins
  16. Battle of Bull Run (Manassas Junction)
  17. Peninsula Campaign
  18. The Merrimack
  19. The Monitor
  20. Second Battle of Bull Run
  21. Battle of Antietam
  22. Emancipation Proclamation
  23. Battle of Chancellorsville
  24. 13thAmendment
  25. Battle of Fredericksburg
  26. Battle of Gettysburg
  27. Gettysburg Address
  28. Battle of Shiloh
  29. Siege of Vicksburg
  30. Sherman’s March to the Sea
  31. Copperheads
  32. Union Party
  33. Wilderness Campaign
  34. Appomattox Courthouse
  35. Thomas J. “Stonewall” Jackson
  36. George B. McClellan
  37. Robert E. Lee
  38. John Pope
  39. A. E. Burnside
  40. Joseph Hooker
  41. George G. Meade
  42. George Pickett
  43. Ulysses S. Grant
  44. William Tecumseh Sherman
  45. Salmon Chase
  46. John Wilkes Booth
  47. Freedman’s Bureau
  48. Ten Percent Plan
  49. Wade-Davis Bill
  50. Black Codes
  51. Civil Rights Bill
  52. 14thAmendment
  53. Reconstruction Act
  54. 15thAmendment
  55. Ex parte Milligan
  56. Redeemers
  57. Scalawags
  58. Carpetbaggers
  59. Ku Klux Klan
  60. Force Acts
  61. Tenure of Office Act
  62. Seward’s Folly
  63. Andrew Johnson
  64. Thaddeus Stevens
  65. Edwin Stanton
  66. William Seward
 
SPRING SEMESTER:

Chapters 23-24 - Unit 10
  1. “waving the bloody shirt”
  2. Tweed Ring
  3. Credit Mobilier Scandal
  4. Whiskey Ring Fraud
  5. Panic of 1873
  6. Gilded Age
  7. Compromise of 1877
  8. Civil Rights Act of 1875
  9. Sharecropping
  10. Jim Crow
  11. Plessy v. Ferguson
  12. Chinese Exclusion Act
  13. Pendleton Act
  14. Homestead Strike
  15. Pullman Strike
  16. Grandfather clause
  17. Poll tax
  18. Jay Gould
  19. Horace Greeley
  20. Rutherford B. Hayes
  21. Samuel Tilden
  22. James A. Garfield
  23. Chester Arthur
  24. Grover Cleveland
  25. Thomas B. Reed
  26. Tom Watson
  27. William Jennings Bryan
  28. J. Pierpont Morgan
  29. Transcontinental railroads
  30. Bessemer Process
  31. U.S. Steel
  32. Wabash, St. Louis & Pacific Railroad Company v. Illinois
  33. Interstate Commerce Act
  34. Vertical integration
  35. Horizontal integration
  36. Trust
  37. Interlocking directorate
  38. Standard Oil Company
  39. Social Darwinism
  40. Sherman Anti-Trust Act
  41. United States v. E. C. Knight
  42. Adam Smith
  43. Gospel of Wealth
  44. National Labor Union
  45. Knights of Labor
  46. Haymarket Square bombing
  47. American Federation of Labor
  48. Cornelius Vanderbilt
  49. Samuel F. B. Morse
  50. Alexander Graham Bell
  51. Thomas Alva Edison
  52. George Westinghouse
  53. Andrew Carnegie
  54. John D. Rockefeller
  55. Samuel Gompers
 
Chapters 25-26 - Unit 11
  1. Jane Addams
  2. Florence Kelley
  3. Mary Baker Eddy
  4. Charles Darwin
  5. Booker T. Washington
  6. W. E. B. Du Bois
  7. Henry James
  8. Henry George
  9. Horatio Alger
  10. Mark Twain
  11. Carrie Chapman Catt
  12. Cardinal James Gibbons
  13. settlement house
  14. nativism
  15. pragmatism
  16. yellow journalism
  17. New Immigration
  18. social gospel
  19. Hull House
  20. Salvation Army
  21. Women's Christian Temperance Union
  22. Tuskegee Institute
  23. Land-grant colleges
  24. National American Woman Suffrage Association
  25. Realism
  26. naturalism
  27. Sitting Bull
  28. George A. Custer
  29. Chief Joseph
  30. Geronimo
  31. Helen Hunt Jackson
  32. Frederick Jackson Turner
  33. Jacob S. Coxey
  34. William McKinley
  35. Marcus Alonzo Hanna
  36. Joseph Pulitzer
  37. William Randolph Hearst
  38. Winslow Homer
  39. Frederick Law Olmstead
  40. Sioux Wars
  41. Nez Percé
  42. Apache
  43. Ghost Dance
  44. Battle of Wounded Knee
  45. Dawes Severalty Act
  46. Little Big Horn
  47. Reservation system
  48. Comstock Lode
  49. Homestead Act
  50. safety-valve theory
  51. National Grange
  52. Granger laws
  53. Farmers' Alliance
  54. Populist (People's) Party
  55. Pullman Strike
  56. "fourth party system"
  57. Gold Standard Act
 
CHAPTER 27 - UNIT 12
  1. Reverend Josiah Strong
  2. Geneva Convention (1882)
  3. Reciprocity Treaty of 1875
  4. Big Sister policy
  5. McKinley Tariff (1890)
  6. Queen Liliuokalani
  7. Republic of Hawaii
  8. Pan-Americanism
  9. Bering Sea Controversy
  10. James G. Blaine
  11. Pan-American Union
  12. Boer War
  13. Wilson-Gorham Tariff (1894)
  14. De Lome Letter (1898)
  15. Walter Reed
  16. Sino-Japanese War
  17. Charles Darwin
  18. William McKinley
  19. Henry Cabot Lodge
  20. William Randolph Hearst
  21. Joseph Pulitzer
  22. Yellow Journalism
  23. The Path Between the Seas
  24. George Goethals
  25. Dr. William C. Gorgas
  26. Panama Canal
  27. Jingoism
  28. Root-Takahira Agreement
  29. The USS Maine
  30. Theodore Roosevelt
  31. Richard Olney
  32. George Dewey
  33. Insular Cases
  34. Teller Amendment
  35. Rough Riders
  36. Samoan Crisis
  37. Open Door Notes/Policy
  38. Hawaiian Revolution
  39. Cuban Revolution
  40. Anti- Imperialist League
  41. Filipino Insurrection
  42. John Hay
  43. Treaty of Paris 1898
  44. Platt Amendment
  45. Alfred T. Mahan
  46. Big Stick Policy
  47. Boxer Rebellion
  48. Roosevelt Corollary
  49. General Valeriano Weyler
  50. Venezuelan Boundary Dispute
  51. Emilio Aguinaldo
  52. William Howard Taft
  53. Hay-Bunau-Varilla Treaty
  54. Hay-Pauncefote Treaty
 
CHAPTER 28-29 - UNIT 13
  1. Social Gospel
  2. Australian ballot
  3. 16thAmendment
  4. 17thAmendment
  5. 18thAmendment
  6. 19thAmendment
  7. Adamson Act
  8. Ballinger-Pinchot Controversy
  9. Charles Evans Hughes
  10. Clayton Antitrust Act
  11. Conservation
  12. David Lloyd George
  13. Direct Primary
  14. Dollar Diplomacy
  15. Edith Abbott
  16. Elkins Act
  17. Eugene V. Debs
  18. Federal Reserve Act
  19. Federal Trade Commission
  20. Florence Kelley
  21. Frances Willard
  22. Gifford Pinchot
  23. Henry Demarest Lloyd
  24. Hiram W. Johnson
  25. Ida M. Tarbell
  26. Initiative petition
  27. Jacob Riis
  28. Jane Addams
  29. John J. Pershing
  30. John Muir
  31. Jones Act
  32. Lincoln Steffens
  33. Lochner v. New York
  34. Louis D. Brandeis
  35. Meat Inspection Act
  36. Muckrakers
  37. Muller v. Oregon
  38. New Freedom
  39. New Nationalism
  40. Pancho Villa
  41. Payne-Aldrich Tariff
  42. Prohibition
  43. Pure Food & Drug Act
  44. Recall
  45. Referendum
  46. Richard Ballinger
  47. Robert La Follette, Sr.
  48. Sierra Club
  49. Temperance Movement
  50. Theodore Dreiser
  51. Theodore Roosevelt
  52. Thorstein Veblen
  53. Triangle Shirtwaist fire
  54. Underwood-Simmons Tariff
  55. Upton Sinclair
  56. William Howard Taft
  57. Woodrow Wilson
  58. Workingman’s Compensation Act
  59. Women’s Christian Temperance Union (WCTU)
 
CHAPTER 30-31 UNIT 14
  1. Central Powers
  2. Allies
  3. Lusitania 
  4. Arabic 
  5. Sussex 
  6. John J. Pershing
  7. Kaiser Wilhelm II
  8. Franz Ferdinand
  9. Sarajevo
  10. Charles Evans Hughes
  11. Arthur Zimmerman
  12. George Creel
  13. Eugene V. Debs
  14. Bernard Baruch
  15. Herbert Hoover
  16. Alice Paul
  17. Henry Cabot Lodge
  18. James M. Cox
  19. David Lloyd George
  20. Zimmerman Note
  21. Fourteen Points
  22. League of Nations
  23. Committee on Public Information
  24. Espionage Act
  25. Sedition Act
  26. Trench warfare
  27. Triple Alliance
  28. Triple Entente
  29. Second Battle of the Marne
  30. Meuse-Argonne Offensive
  31. Battle of Chateau-Thierry
  32. Selective Service Act
  33. Submarine Warfare
  34. The Armistice
  35. National War Labor Board
  36. Schenck v. United States
  37. Industrial Workers of the World (IWW)
  38. War Industries Board
  39. 19thAmendment
  40. 18thAmendment
  41. Bolshevik Revolution
  42. Doughboys
  43. The Big Four
  44. Irreconcilables
  45. Treaty of Versailles
  46. A. Mitchell Palmer
  47. Al Capone
  48. John T. Scopes
  49. William Jennings Bryan
  50. Clarence Darrow
  51. Frederick W. Taylor
  52. Charles Lindbergh
  53. Margaret Sanger
  54. Sigmund Freud
  55. H.L. Mencken
  56. F. Scott Fitzgerald
  57. Ernest Hemingway
  58. Sinclair Lewis
  59. William Faulkner
  60. “Buying on margin”
  61. Emergency Quota Act (1921)
  62. Warren G. Harding
  63. Calvin Coolidge
  64. Model T
  65. Jazz music
  66. Marcus Garvey
  67. Henry Ford
  68. Langston Hughes
  69. Bible Belt
  70. Red Scare
  71. Nicola Sacco 
  72. Bartolomeo Vanzetti
  73. Ku Klux Klan
  74. Immigration Act of 1924
  75. Volstead Act
  76. Religious Fundamentalism
  77. Modernism
  78. “Flappers”
 
CHAPTERS 32-33 UNIT 15
  1. Nine Power Treaty
  2. Kellogg Briand Pact
  3. Fordney-McCumber Tariff
  4. Teapot Dome Scandal
  5. Dawes Plan
  6. Election of 1928
  7. Herbert C. Hoover
  8. Alfred E. Smith
  9. John W. Davis
  10. Agricultural Marketing Act (1929)
  11. Muscle Shoals controversy
  12. Warren Harding
  13. Calvin Coolidge
  14. Albert B. Fall
  15. George W. Norris
  16. Hoover Dam (Boulder Dam)
  17. Bonneville Dam
  18. Dust Bowl
  19. Black Tuesday
  20. Stock Market Crash 1929
  21. Hoovervilles
  22. Panic of 1929
  23. Reconstruction Finance Corporation (RFC)
  24. Hawley-Smoot Tariff Act
  25. Bonus Army
  26. Patman Bonus Bill
  27. Election of 1932
  28. Franklin D. Roosevelt
  29. John N. Garner
  30. New Deal
  31. “Hundred Days”
  32. “Brain Trust”
  33. Eleanor Roosevelt
  34. Henry A. Wallace
  35. Harold L. Ickes
  36. Frances Perkins
  37. Fireside Chats
  38. Emergency Banking Act
  39. Bank Holiday (1933)
  40. Glass-Steagall Banking Act
  41. Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC)
  42. Home Owners’ Loan Corporation (HOLC)
  43. Gold Reserve Act
  44. Silver Purchase Act (1934)
  45. Securities Exchange Act
  46. London Economic Conference
  47. Reciprocity Trade Agreements Act
  48. Adjusted Compensation Act (Bonus Act of 1936)
  49. Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1933 (AAA)
  50. US v. Butler
  51. Commodity Credit Corporation (CCC)
  52. Jones-Connally Farm Relief Act
  53. Federal Farm Bankruptcy Act (Frazier-Lemke Bankruptcy Act)
  54. Rural Electrification Administration (REA)
  55. Bankhead-Jones Farm Tenancy Act
  56. Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1938 (2ndAAA)
  57. Federal Crop Insurance Corporation
  58. Federal Emergency Relief Administration (FERA)
  59. Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC)
  60. National Recovery Act (NRA of NIRA)
  61. Schechter Poultry Corp. v. US
  62. Public Works Administration (PWA)
  63. Civil Works Administration (CWA)
  64. Works Progress Administration (WPA)
  65. Harry Hopkins
  66. Father Charles Coughlin
  67. Francis E. Townsend
  68. Huey P. Long
  69. Social Security Act/Administration (SSA)
  70. Townsend Plan
  71. National Labor Board
  72. Wagner-Connery Act (NLRA)
  73. NLRB v. Jones and Laughlin Steel Corp
  74. Railway Labor Act
  75. Congress of Industrial Organizations (CIO)
  76. John L. Lewis
  77. Sit down strikes
  78. Unemployment Compensation
  79. Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA)
  80. Federal Communications Commission (FCC)
  81. Election of 1936
  82. Alfred M. Landon
  83. Court Packing Plan
  84. Fair Labor Standards Act (Wages and Hours Law) (FLSA)
  85. US v. Darby
  86. Fair Employment Practices Committee
  87. Federal Security Agency
  88. Hatch Act
  89. 20thAmendment
  90. 21stAmendment
  91. Recession of 1937
 
CHAPTERS 34-35 UNIT 16
  1. Washington Disarmament Conference
  2. Kellogg-Briand Pact
  3. London Economic Conference
  4. Neutrality Acts of 1935, 1936, & 1937
  5. Rome-Berlin Axis
  6. Panay incident
  7. Destroyers for bases deal
  8. Good Neighbor Policy
  9. FDR's Quarantine speech
  10. Joseph Stalin
  11. Benito Mussolini
  12. Francisco Franco
  13. Cordell Hull
  14. Wendell Willkie
  15. Adolph Hitler
  16. Moscow-Berlin Pact (Hitler-Stalin Pact)
  17. Neutrality Act of 1939
  18. Kristallnacht
  19. War Refugee Board
  20. Atlantic Charter
  21. Fall of France
  22. Lend-Least Act
  23. Bataan Death March
  24. Attack on Pearl Harbor
  25. Executive Order 9066
  26. Manzanar
  27. War Production Board
  28. Office of Price Administration
  29. National War Labor Board
  30. Smith-Connally Anti-Strike Act
  31. WACs
  32. WAVES
  33. Four Freedoms Speech
  34. Bracero program
  35. Fair Employment Practices Commission
  36. Congress of Racial Equality
  37. Code talkers
  38. Invasion of North Africa
  39. D-Day/Normandy Invasion
  40. V-E Day
  41. Potsdam Conference
  42. Albert Einstein
  43. J. Robert Oppenheimer
  44. Battle of Coral Sea
  45. Battle of Midway
  46. Battle of Guadalcanal
  47. Battle of Leyte Gulf
  48. Battle of Okinawa
  49. Battle of Iwo Jima
  50. Island Hopping/Leapfrogging
  51. Great Marianas Turkey Shoot
  52. Manhattan Project
  53. Hiroshima
  54. Nagasaki
  55. V-J Day
  56. Harry S. Truman
  57. Battle of the Bulge
  58. Winston Churchill
  59. General Dwight D. Eisenhower
  60. General George Patton
  61. General Douglas MacArthur
  62. Admiral Chester Nimitz
  63. General Marshal Rommel
  64. Admiral Isoroku Yamamoto
  65. Emperor Hirohito
  66. Kamikazes
  67. Hermann Goering
  68. Buchenwald
  69. Auschwitz
  70. Zoot Suit Riots
  71. Korematsu v. US
  72. Thomas E. Dewey
  73. Henry A. Wallace
  74. Tuskegee Airmen
  75. Rosie the Riveter
  76. Casablanca Conference
  77. Cairo Conference
  78. Yalta Conference
  79. Tehran Conference
  80. Dumbarton Oaks Conference

CHAPTERS 36-37 UNIT 17
  1. “Baby Boom”
  2. “Checkers” speech
  3. “Containment” doctrine
  4. “massive retaliation”
  5. “Sunbelt”
  6. 22nd Amendment
  7. Andy Warhol
  8. Alger Hiss
  9. Army-McCarthy hearings
  10. Arthur H. Vandenberg
  11. Berlin Airlift
  12. Beat Generation
  13. Bernard Baruch
  14. Betty Friedan
  15. Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka, Kansas
  16. CIA
  17. Dean Acheson
  18. Dr. Benjamin Spock
  19. Dwight Eisenhower
  20. Earl Warren
  21. Eisenhower Doctrine
  22. Election of 1948
  23. Elvis Presley
  24. Emmett Till
  25. Employment Act (1946)
  26. Executive Order 8802
  27. Fair Deal
  28. Federal Housing Administration
  29. Fidel Castro
  30. Gen. Douglas MacArthur
  31. Geneva Conference (1954)
  32. George F. Kennan
  33. George C. Marshall
  34. Gamal Abdel Nasser
  35. GI Bill
  36. Greensboro Sit-ins
  37. Harry S Truman
  38. H-Bomb
  39. Henry A. Wallace
  40. Ho Chi Minh
  41. HUAC
  42. International Monetary Fund
  43. Interstate Highway Act
  44. Iron Curtain
  45. Jackie Robinson
  46. Jack Kerouac
  47. James Hoffa
  48. Jim Crow laws
  49. Joe DiMaggio
  50. John Foster Dulles
  51. John F. Kennedy
  52. Kennedy-Nixon TV debates
  53. Klaus Fuchs
  54. Korean War
  55. Korea/38th parallel
  56. Levittown
  57. Little Rock Central High School
  58. Marilyn Monroe
  59. Marshall Plan
  60. McCarthyism
  61. McCarran Internal Security Bill
  62. Montgomery Bus Boycott
  63. NASA
  64. National Defense and Education Act
  65. National Security Act
  66. NATO 
  67. Nikita Khrushchev
  68. NSC
  69. NSC-68
  70. Nuremberg Trials
  71. OPEC
  72. Orval Faubus
  73. Point Four Program
  74. Recognition of Israel
  75. Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr.
  76. Richard Nixon
  77. Rock ‘n’ Roll
  78. Rodgers & Hammerstein
  79. Rosa Parks
  80. Rosenberg Trial
  81. Selective service system 1948
  82. Sen. Joseph R. McCarthy
  83. Southern Christian Leadership Conference
  84. Southern Renaissance
  85. Soviet A-bomb
  86. Sputnik
  87. Strategic Air Command
  88. Strom Thurmond
  89. Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee
  90. Suez crisis
  91. Taft-Hartley Act
  92. Thomas E. Dewey
  93. Thurgood Marshall
  94. Truman Doctrine
  95. U2 spy plane
  96. United Nations
  97. Warsaw Pact
  98. Whittaker Chambers

CHAPTERS 38-39 UNIT 18

  1. "The New Frontier"
  2. "The Great Society"
  3. "War on poverty"
  4. “Hawks” & “Doves”
  5. “Saturday Night Massacre”
  6. “smoking gun tape”
  7. 16th Street Baptist church
  8. Affirmative Action
  9. Ayatollah Khomeini
  10. Barry Goldwater
  11. Bay of Pigs invasion
  12. Berlin Wall
  13. Black Panthers
  14. Bob Woodward & Carl Bernstein
  15. Cuban Missile Crisis
  16. Détente
  17. Earl Warren
  18. Emmett Till
  19. Eugene McCarthy
  20. Freedom Riders
  21. Environmental Protection Agency
  22. Equal Rights Amendment
  23. G. Gordon Liddy
  24. George McGovern
  25. George C. Wallace
  26. Gerald Ford
  27. Gulf of Tonkin Resolution
  28. H. R. Haldeman
  29. Harry Blackmun
  30. Helsinki Accords
  31. Henry Cabot Lodge
  32. Henry Kissinger
  33. Hubert Humphrey
  34. Iranian Hostage Crisis
  35. Jack Ruby
  36. Jackson State University
  37. James Meredith
  38. John F Kennedy
  39. Jimmy Carter
  40. Kent State University
  41. Lyndon B Johnson
  42. Lee Harvey Oswald
  43. Malcolm X
  44. March on Washington
  45. Martin Luther King, Jr.
  46. Medgar Evers
  47. Miranda v. Arizona
  48. My Lai Massacre
  49. Nelson Rockefeller
  50. Nixon Doctrine
  51. Ngo Dinh Diem
  52. Nuclear Test Ban Treaty
  53. OPEC & the 1970s oil crisis
  54. Panama Canal Treaties
  55. Peace Corps
  56. US v. Nixon
  57. Rachel Carson/Silent Spring
  58. Robert F Kennedy
  59. Richard J. Daley
  60. Robert McNamera
  61. Richard M. Nixon
  62. Roe v. Wade
  63. S.A.L.T. II
  64. SCLC
  65. Silent Majority
  66. Shah of Iran
  67. Sirhan Sirhan
  68. Spiro Agnew
  69. Students for a Democratic Society (SDS)
  70. Tet Offensive
  71. Three Mile Island
  72. VietCong
  73. War Powers Act
  74. Warren Berger
  75. Watergate
  76. Voting Rights Act of 1965
  77. Watts Riots
  78. Civil Rights Act of 1968
  79. Civil Rights Act of 1964
  80. Apollo 9
  81. Apollo 11
  82. 27th Amendment
  83. Vietnamization
  84. Pentagon Papers
 
CHAPTERS 40-42 UNIT 19 - THE LAST UNIT!!!
  1. California Proposition 13
  2. Neoconservatism
  3. Supply side economics
  4. Reaganomics
  5. Strategic Defense Initiative
  6. Sandinistas
  7. Contras
  8. Iran Contra affair
  9. Welfare state
  10. UC Regents v. Bakke
  11. Glasnost
  12. Perestroika
  13. Moral Majority
  14. Black Monday
  15. Operation Desert Storm
  16. Americans with Disabilities Act
  17. “new right” movement
  18. NAFTA
  19. Equal Rights Amendment
  20. Ronald Reagan
  21. Margaret Thatcher
  22. Sandra Day O’Conner
  23. Oliver North
  24. Jerry Falwell
  25. Mikhail Gorbachev
  26. George H.W. Bush (“senior”)
  27. Saddam Hussein
  28. Clarence Thomas
  29. William Clinton
  30. H. Ross Perot
  31. Newt Gingrich
  32. Boris Yeltsin
  33. Nelson Mandela
  34. Manuel Noriega
  35. Albert Gore
  36. George W. Bush (“junior”)
  37. Richard Cheney
  38. John Kerry
  39. Nancy Pelosi
  40. Barack Obama
  41. John McCain
  42. Sarah Palin
  43. Undocumented immigrants
  44. “Star Wars” (not the movie)
  45. Whitewater scandal
  46. Lewinsky scandal
  47. Columbine high school
  48. Green Party
  49. United Farm Workers
  50. Norman Schwarzkopf
  51. Colin Powell
  52. Exxon Valdez oil spill
  53. Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMDs)
  54. “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell”
  55. Oklahoma City bombing
  56. Contract with America
  57. World Trade Organization (WTO)
  58. 9/11
  59. Al Qaeda
  60. US Patriot Act
  61. Department of Homeland Security
  62. No Child Left Behind Act
  63. American Relief and Recovery Act
  64. Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act