US History Homework
so the Review book & textbook work that was assigned BELOW was given to you before the school closed. Please hand it in via a picture of your completed work on my Google Classroom. Look for Review book assignment week # 1
DO NOT include tour term paper
This is the code for my new Google Class room I created. Please use this code to join my google classroom : mhqmntxPlease work on your Term Paper during the school shut down. Also I have moved my Power
Points to Google classroom there is a direct link. We will be using them soon along with your review book. The newest tabs say 2020
shutdown. But there is also lots of reinforcement tabs that do not connect to
my website. Organize all work on a daily basis with the date. This will allow you to organize a book/ portfolio with a table of contents maybe even chapters. Hang in there this is new territory for all of us. Cantact
me if you or your parents have any questions
and do the work below. Check for new work assignments every Day. Please note that my website has a vocabulary page that can help you in your work and answers. Also there is a several Review tabs/ sections for important Supreme Court cases and Regents terms. Use these resources.
Wednesday 2/18 work in your Review Book: Read pages 132- 134 answer the Blue Boxes on the left margin on page 134 - Due THURSDAY 3/19/2020
- Unifying Themes
- Social Studies Practice
- Geographic Reasoning
- Read 135-136 define : Nativism, Chinese Exclusionary Act of 1882
The following work is due on Friday 3/20 Read 144-150 Define Terms Below
Free enterprise System on page 148
Define and explain in 1-2 well typed paragraphs the following Supreme Court decisions. 1 - 2 paragraphs per case- what led to each case going to the Supreme Court? Who was effected by each case? How did each case impact America, Industry and or Unions and maybe the American people? what impact did these cases have on America, workers, business and Unions-
Wabash, St Louis & Pacific R.R. v Illinois, Munn v Illinois, Northern Securities v. United States 1904
Define and explain how the Interstate Commerce Commission was created in 2 paragraphs.
Sherman Anti-Trust Act Page 150 Trust Busting
Mother Jones - what did she do? Why?
US History Read in your textbook pages 447-455 and answer Terms & Names on page # 55 due 3/11/2020
Choose any 4 terms below and memoroze for your Wednesday quiz on 3/11/2020
Define the folllowing terms
What does a Labor Union do?
Why were Powderly and Gompers to create their respective labor unions?
What motovated Mother Jones? How did she try to change society? What type of activism did she practice?
- Wednesday 2/26/2020 Textbok due page 424 - 429 Do terms on Page 424 & 429 for your test on Friday
Date of Test Friday 2/28/2020. Bring 2 # 2 pencils for your scantron
US History Test Study Sheet. 33 Multiple choice questions. A DBQ test will be given the following week. Topic yet to be determined.
The test study sheet is below.
Topic is : Reconstruction- 1964 Civil Rights Act
13th, 14th & 15th Amendments: what were they about? Why were they created?
Who were the Radical Republicans? What did they want for the South?
How were the Confederate States supposed to be admitted back into the Union?
What actions did Southern States take to keep African Americans from exercising their rights?
What are Literacy tests, poll taxes & Grandfather clauses? How did the South use them?
Jim Crows Laws divided the south. Why? Examples?
What is sharecropping and what were the negative effects for sharecroppers?
Who was Booker T Washington? What did he advocate? Why is his Atlanta speech so controversial ?
Who was W.E.B. Dubois and what did he accomplish? How were he and Booker T Washington alike & Different?
Explain the origin of the NAACP and why it exists today.
What was a major result of the Reconstruction period?
Reconstruction end in 1877 Because of the Compromise of 1877. Explain this political compromise that ended reconstruction?
Explain Plessy v Ferguson 1893 and why the Supreme Court upheld the Doctrine of separate but equal
President Lincoln & Johnson had similar plans for Reconstruction. What were they? Why was Johnson Impeached?
Define Populism. Why it develop after the civil war?
Why did western farmers after the civil war start an organization called the Grange? How was the RxR a threat to western farmer? Why was the RxR called a monopoly back then?
What does the term Solid South mean?
What were the Major effects of the 1964 Civil Rights Act?What was the principal strategy used by Dr. Martin Luther King to achieve equal rights in America
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- Textbook-read pages 376- 382. Answer Terms & Names on 382
US History Text Book HW 351 – 365 do not do the definitions on page 356 Just 365
Due on Tuesday 1/21/2020
- Due Thursday 12/5/2019 Read pages 240-246 answer terms and Names on p. 246
- Monday 12/10 Read 248 – 253 answer terms & Names page 254
HW week of 11/14 2019 - - read in your text book 224 - -229
Answer terms & Questions on 229. Due Thursday 11/14
Terms from last week you must also know
Tail of Tears
Worcester v Georgia
Quiz Friday 11/8/2019 Terms to know
War of 1812
Marbury v Madison 1803
Gibbons v Ogden 1824
Kentucky & Virginia Resolutions
Jefferson's Embargo Act
Purchase of Louisiana Territory
Define The Following Terms & provide an example: Due Friday 11/8/2019
Virginia and Kentucky Resolutions
Tariff of 1816
HW text book READ PAGES 201 - 205 ANSWER tERMS & NAMES ON 205. due on 11/5/2019
tHURSDAY 10/7 READ PAGES 212 -218. ANSWER TERMS & NAMES ON 218 tERMS & NAMES DUE tHURSDAY 11/7/19
10/29/31 Terms & names on Page # 201 & 205
190 - 196 Terms & Names do ONLY the following - Due 10/23/19
Alien & Sedition Acts
9Due Wednesday 10/23/1
Take Home Test Answers for Thursday 10/17/19. Please study your class notes and home works and this Test sheet for tomorrows quiz.
1. A 2. A 3. C 4. A 5. A 6.B 7. a 8. d 9. d 10.a
11. b 12. a 13.a 14.c 15. b .16. b . 17. a. 18.b 19. b 20. c 21. d 22. a 23. d 24. d 25. c
US History Class HW Due on Tuesday 10/15/19 Textbook: Read pages 182- 187 & answer Terms & Names on page 187. Also define and Explain the folowing: Define the following terms as they relate to the Constitution. Enumerated, Delegated, Veto and Pocket Veto. 10th Amendment . What is the Constitutional significance of the Whisky Rebellion?
10/ 8/2019 In your textbook read pages 140-144 and answer Terms & names on pg# 144 AND then read pages 145 - 149 and answer Terms & names on pg# 149. Please be specific as possible.
Monday 9/23/2019 . Use the internet for your answers. Write down the term and provide a detailed answer.
Define the following terms and explain their historical significance. Scroll to bottom where it says 9/24/2019
First Continental Congress
Olive Branch Petition
Battle of Lexington Concord
Second Continental congress
Albany Plan of Union
Due Monday 9/23/2019
US History definitions to be completed in class today and for HW. Due Tomorrow 9/24/2019
Using your textbook read pages 98-102 answer terms on 102. Next read pages 103 - 108. Scroll down to bottom 9/24/2019
Read pages 98-102 answer terms below on 102
1st Continental Congress
Battle Lexington Concord
Minuteman Read pages 103-108 answer terms below on 108. Due Tuesday 9/24/2019
Loyalist / Tories
2nd Continental congress
Olive Branch Petition
Declaration of Independence
End of Homework Due on Tuesday 9/24/2019
US History Review Book Work
Test: Carter-Bush #41
Scantron Title- Carter-Bush #41 June 4, 2018 Per# 3 This is your last test BUT see # 2 below
Read pages 283—315 And answer questions Multiple choice questions starting on page 316—319
AND do the Thematic Essay on page 320. Hand into me the Scantron and your Essay No later than this Thursday June 7, 2018
#2--you will have one more quiz on Kent state, Tet Offensive Reaganomics, Patriot Act., etc
Due Wednesday 5/30/18
US Definitions- Due Wednesday 5/30 Per#
Camp David Accord- President Jimmy Carter broker’s a peace (foreign policy decision) agreement whereas Egypt recognizes Israel’s right to exist as a country.
President Ford pardons former president Nixon. Why?
President Jimmy Carter pardons the Vietnam draft dodgers. Why?
Salt I & Salt II-
1970’s-- oil embargo by OPEC against the USA. Why did this happen?
President Wilson & Jimmy Carter both emphasized higher principles in their foreign policy decisions. Provide 1 example from each president. 1. 2.
United States v Nixon 1974- was a SC case that ruled that even the president was not above the law. Nixon could not use executive privilege to withhold Watergate tapes. These tapes were recorded by Nixon in the Oval office. When Nixon met with men he ordered to break into the Democratic Party’s headquarters located in the Watergate Hotel in Washington, DC.
President Gerald Ford was the only Vice President and president to not run for either office.
What event is associated with ending because the Berlin wall being was torn down? Why is President Ronald Reagan given credit for this?
What was the Iran-Contra affair (scandal) about?
What is meant by supply side economics? Why did Reagan believe in this plan?
Globalization is an economic belief of the USA. What is meant by this term?
end of 5/30/18
Tuesday's Quiz 5/22 Please know the following supreme court cases.
Mapp v. Ohio (1961) Holding: Illegally obtained material cannot be used in a criminal trial. 4th amendment allows us to be secure with our property, secure from unreasonable searches and seizures of property w/o due process like search warrants.
Miranda v. Arizona (1966)Holding: Police must inform suspects of their rights before questioning. = 5th Amendment a person in criminal case cant be forced to be a witness (spek) against himself.
These cases protect the right of the accused AND force states to enforce the Bill of Rights in all legal matters such as arrests, searches, right to a lawyer and not be a witness against your self. These famous cases were desided by the "Warren Court" which expanded an individual's Bill of Rights' protections. Read about the Warren court and what it meant for civil liberties.
Gideon v. Wainwright (1963)
Holding: Indigent defendants must be provided representation without charge. Indigent means they are very poor no assets = no $
Texas v. Johnson (1989) Holding- the SC held that Even offensive speech such as flag burning is protected by the First Amendment.
SC = Supreme Court = SCOTUS
Holding = a SC decision
our quiz might be only multiple choice and or defining the case from memory.
END OF INFO FOR 5/22
In class today we will be using our review book on page’s 322-323 completing DBQ’s 1-2. By Monday complete DBQ’s 4-7 as HW
Review book assignment read pages 295-315 and complete the 1st 25 multiple choice questions 316-319-Due Tuesday 5/15/2018. You will receive your scantron on Monday 5/14/2018
In your review book Read pages 231—240 answer the 25 multiple choice questions at the end of the chapter page # 240-243
Due Tuesday May 8th 2018 Scantron handed out on Monday
US History Vocabulary from textbook and or Review Book. MP ends Wednesday 4/11. Due dates are spaced out for your convenience. Check due dates and make sure you have HW ready for the due dates.
Page 571—Due 4/10/2018
John J. Pershing
Page 586-- Due 4/10/2018
No man’s land
Trench war fare
Selective Service Act
Name 3 new types of weapons used in WWI
What role did some animal breeds fulfill for the US military in WWI?
Page 601 -- Due 4/16/2018
War Industries Board
Espionage & Sedition Acts
Schenck v. United States 1919-what is this case about? Describe and write a paragraph about the case.
Textbook page# 609- Due 4/18/2018
Wilson’s 14 points-
League of Nations-
Treaty of Versailles-
War –guilt clause-
Henry Cabot Lodge
President Woodrow Wilson-In a long paragraph describe his views of WWI and what he wanted to achieve both before and after the war. How was Congress’ view different then President Wilson’s
US History class Work 3/23/2018--Please define the following terms/ Names from your in class textbook and or smart phone. Please provide an example. Due Monday 3/26/2018
Albert T. Mahan-
US Imperialism -
Gun Boat Diplomacy- Teddy Roosevelt used a battleship to support a Columbian revolt and create Panama out of Northern Columbia. Next TR and Panama agreed that the US would build the Panama Canal and have the rights to operate the Panama Canal Zone as a US Territory.
Roosevelt Corollary - The Monroe Doctrine had been sought to prevent European intervention in the Western Hemisphere, but now the Roosevelt Corollary justified American intervention throughout the Western Hemisphere. Ex: Panama Canal
Annexation of Hawaii - Sanford Dole
Yellow Journalism (pg. # 53) --
Spanish American War-
San Juan Hill-
Due Monday 3/26/18
US History Homework from textbook
3/21/18 Snow day HW from your textbook
Page 537- sec# 4 Assessment 1. Terms & names-Complete answer and explain the historical significance
Page 543 Sec# 5 1. Terms & names Complete answer and explain the historical significance
Due Friday 3/23/2018
Progressive definition sheet completed and handed in on March 2018-Due Monday 3/19/18
4 Goals of Progressivism-- Page# 512-513 define each term below
Clayton Antitrust Act
Roosevelt and Environmental conservation
Northern Securities Company
1902 coal Strike
Interstate Commerce Commission
Meat Inspection Act
Pure Food & Drug Act
Susan B Anthony
Federal reserve Act
HW Page 522, 531- Sec#3 Assessment Terms & Names> Please answer completely with detail AND what is the Historical significance? Due Wednesdy 3/14/2018. Please buy your review book asap.
3/9/2018--For the nest 3 weeks we will be learning about the following historical events. - Purchase your review book asap.
Theme is the effects on society by the Industrial revolution and immigration:
We are done with labor Unions. We next will learn about Chinese immigration, the effects of Urbanization, Origin of Black Civil rights, America as an Imperialist power and the Progressive Party (a 3rd Party) and how the industrial revolution’s negative impact on many Americans resulted in the rise of Progressive citizens, Journalist and politicians using government-laws to make peoples’ lives better and the reforms that were created to help Americans and control business monopolies by Progressives. HW pages due Monday are as follows 491, 495 & 518—Due Monday 3/12/18
US History HW In your text book AND Purchase Review Book
Complete answers/definitions on the following pages 465 472
Due Thursday 3/8/2018
Buy Your US History Review Books at the Bookstore ASAP--The cost is $16.00 per book (including tax). Students can buy during all lunch periods with cash or a check written to "Hen Hud Activities Fund"
US History Home work: In your text book Read 447-455 and answer Section # 3 --1. Terms & names on page # 455. Please be specific as possible and explain the historical significance.
US History Home work: In your text book Read 447-455 and answer Section # 3 --1. Terms & names on page # 455. Please be specific as possible and explain the historical significance.
The historical significance includes all of the following questions
Today 2/12/18-- Using the text books The Americans define the following terms & names
Euden v Debs, Terrance Powderly, Strike, collective bargaining, Labor Union, triangle Shirt waist factory fire. Always explain the historical significance of the term and or person. Do these in class and finish for HW. Due tomorrow Tuesday 2/13/18
ative American vocabulary
Ft. Laramie Treaty
Battle of Little Bighorn
Chief Joseph’s famous speech “I will fight no more forever….”
Chief Sitting Bull
1890 Wounded Knee massacre
1973 wounded Knee incident at Pine Ridge, SD
Know these terms and complete your 33 question practice multiple-choice test or Friday’s Test 2/9/2018
Native American vocabulary
Ft. Laramie Treaty
Battle of Little Bighorn
Chief Joseph’s famous speech “I will fight no more forever….”
Chief Sitting Bull
Know these terms and complete your 33 question practice multiple-choice test or Friday’s Test
Home work from text book
Due 1/26/17/page 429 & 446 Terma & names --due on Tuesday 1/30/2018
Test study terms for January 23, 2018
Why were the Union Victories of Gettysburg and Vicksburg significant?
The Gettysburg address emphasized that America needs to…? And the opening sentence refers to what era?
What is a Scalawag? What is a carpetbagger?
Because of the former Confederate states’ creation of the Black Codes/laws Congress insisted that southern states not be re-admitted to the Union until the 14th Amendment was created and ratified How did the south find ways to circumvent the 13th, 14th & 15th Amendments?
What was the Reconstruction Act of 1867?
Explain the Freedman’s Bureau: What was their mission?
What is a poll tax? What is a literacy test? Why were blacks required to take/pay these taxes/tests?
What was Lincoln’s plan of reconstruction? What plan did the Radical Republicans plan contain?
What was Johnson’s plan of Reconstruction?
Why was President Johnson impeached?
What is meant by the term Jim Crow?
What is sharecropping?
How and why were federal troops removed from the 5 military districts in the south in 1877? How did this effect Reconstruction?
Ulysses S. Grant became president and there were several political scandals that shook the nation. Name 2 scandals and one economic collapse. How did American citizens feel/ respond to these corrupt and inept issues?
- Credit Mobilier = RxR funds being stolen. Explain this corruption and who was behind it.
- Whiskey Ring –
Who was Booker T Washington? On September 18, 1895, African-American spokesman and leader Booker T. Washington spoke before a predominantly white audience at the Cotton States and International Exposition in Atlanta. Known as the Atlanta Compromise Speech. What did he believe was the future for black workers in his “Atlanta Compromise” (speech)? It became one of the most important and influential speeches in American history. Then and now. Although the organizers of the exposition worried that “public sentiment was not prepared for such an advanced step,” they decided that inviting a black speaker would impress Northern visitors with the evidence of racial progress in the South. Why did many people then and now accuse Washington of being a sell out to black America? Also why did many people especially white southerners see his was the only way for black and white America to live in harmony?
Plessy v Ferguson 1896: What was this Supreme Court case about and what did the SC decide?
Slaughterhouse Court Cases: were a legal dispute that resulted in a landmark U.S. Supreme Court decision in 1873 limiting the protection of the privileges and immunities clause of the Fourteenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. In 1869 the Louisiana state legislature granted a monopoly of the New Orleans slaughtering business to a single corporation. Other slaughterhouses brought suit, contending that the monopoly abridged their privileges and immunities as U.S. citizens and deprived them of property without due process of law. When the suit reached the Supreme Court in 1873, it presented the first test of the Fourteenth Amendment, a Reconstruction measure ratified in 1868. By a five-to-four majority, the Court ruled against the other slaughterhouses. Associate Justice Samuel F. Miller for the majority, declared that the Fourteenth Amendment had “one pervading purpose”: protection of the newly emancipated blacks. The amendment did not, however, shift control over all civil rights from the states to the federal government. States still retained legal jurisdiction over their citizens, and federal protection of civil rights did not extend to the property rights of businessmen.
Dissenting (opposing view) justices held that the Fourteenth Amendment protected all U.S. citizens from state violations of US citizens Bill of Rights—the privileges and immunities and that state impairment of property rights was a violation of due process.
The Slaughterhouse Cases represented a temporary reversal in the trend toward centralization of power in the federal government. More importantly, in limiting the protection of the privileges and immunities clause of the 14th Amendment, the SC court unwittingly weakened the power of the Fourteenth Amendment to protect the civil rights of blacks. Many states began to see a difference between FEDERAL RIGHTS as in the BILL of Rights and the rights that a State viewed their residents people should have. This was like a 2 tier system-Yes you are protected from the Government by the constitution but not the state you live in. By 1876 only South Carolina, Florida, and Louisiana remained under Republican control. The outcome of that year’s presidential contest between Republican Rutherford B. Hayes and Democrat Samuel J. Tilden hinged on disputed returns from these states. Negotiations between Southern political leaders and representatives of Hayes produced a bargain: Hayes would recognize Democratic control of the remaining Southern states, and Democrats would not block the certification of his election by Congress Hayes was inaugurated; federal troops returned to their barracks; and as an era when the federal government accepted the responsibility for protecting the rights of the former slaves, Reconstruction came to an end. By the turn of the century, a new racial system had been put in place in the South, resting on the disenfranchisement of black voters, a rigid system of racial segregation, the relegation of African Americans to low-wage agricultural and domestic employment, and legal and extralegal violence to punish those who challenged the new order. Nonetheless, while flagrantly violated, the Reconstruction amendments remained in the Constitution, sleeping giants, as Charles Sumner called them, to be awakened by subsequent generations who sought to redeem the promise of genuine freedom for the descendants of slavery. Not until the 1960s, in the civil rights movement, sometimes called the “second Reconstruction,” would the country again attempt to fulfill the political and social agenda of Reconstruction.
Please use your texbook to answer the following -civil war terms on page# 382--—why were the
Civil war Amendments passed- 13th, 14th, &, 15th Amendments briefly
Explain each amendment. Also define and explain the terms- Black codes/laws,—
Explain and define the term civil war Reconstruction and explain and define the Freedman’s
Bureau what was its purpose and how did it try to help the ex- slaves.
Due Tuesday 1/8/2018
Due Monday Section # 4 on page 365. Please answer all terms & definitions
Due Monday 12/19/2017
Text book HW- Page 317 Answer the following terms: Fugitive Slave Act, Underground RxR,
Kansas-Nebraska Act, John Brown, Bleeding Kansas.
Page 331 answer the following terms: Dred Scott, Abraham Lincoln, Harpers Ferry, Confederacy, Jefferson Davis.
Friday 12/8/17--Please work on studying for Tuesday's test; 2nd Great Awakening, Cult of Domesticity, Henry David Thoreau, Abolitionism, Know Nothing Party,
National road, Erie Canal, Catholic immigration, Cotton is King, Kansas -Nebraska Act ,Transcendentalist, Wolden, Issues over expanding Slavery Westward-Missouri Compromise, Seneca Falls Convention, Lucretia Mott, The Liberator Magazine published by William lloyd Garrison, Uncle Tom's Cabin-what was this Fictional anti-slavery book about and how did it make northerners view slavery? The slave revolts, Nat turner, Gabriel Prosser and Denmark Vesey. These 3 seperate slave revolts had what type of impact on both the South & the North.
John Brown: How did he react to slavery? What happened to this Abolitionist? Why do many people see him as controversial in both abolitionism and history?
Tectbook: Due Monday December 4th 2017
Page 223 Terms: Missouri Compromise, Nationalism Gibbons v. Ogden pg# 220, Adams-Onis treaty AND on page 245
do all of Sec#1 Assesment: Terms & names. Complete these and bring to class on Monday 12/4, 2017--
Over Thanksgiving study your Age of Jackson study sheet I gave you. There is a link on my power point page the title is : Jackson Terms war of 1812 trail of tears.
Textbook HW page 205 terms & Names
Textbook work page # 201 Terms & Names--Due Monday 11/13/17
End of assignment due 11/13/17
More US History Terms That will be on Wednesday’s 10/25/17 Test-Sorry I have a meeting on Tuesday
Also scroll down for the other terms I gave you.
Hamilton’s creation of the 1st Bank of the United States. How did he & other Federalists justify the constitutionally of creating the Bank. Answer: The Constitution gives the power to tax
In the Constitution who regulates interstate commerce the States or the Government.
Name several problems that the Articles of Confederation had.
- 3. 4. 5.
Explain the Elastic Clause. Provide 2 correct examples of the use of the Elastic Clause being used?
What is meant by the term living (meaning there is a loose constructionism view of it) constitution?
What is the purpose of the Preamble to the constitution? Who is the source of power for our system of government?
Why the US government is considered a federal system?
Explain the Electoral College. Why is it a process? Why did the Constitution’s authors create the Electoral College?
How many years does a senator serve in a term? How many years does a member of the House of Representatives serve in a term?
What did the following philosopher advocate that was adopted by the Untes States Constitution?
What is meant by the term checks & balances?
What id Judicial Review mean? Answer: Supreme Court has the Power to decide if laws passed by Congress are constitutionally correct & legal.
The Zenger case. Answer: Telling the truth is not a crime. Influenced the 1st Amendment’s free press.
The 1st 10 Amendments to the constitution are called the Bill of Rights. Why?
What is meant by the term Republican from of government?
Due Tuesday October 17, 2017
Land Ordinance Act of 1787—Congress enacts the Northwest Ordinance, structuring settlement of the Northwest Territory and creating a policy for the addition of new states to the nation. The members of Congress knew that if their new confederation were to survive intact, it had to resolve the states’ competing claims to western territory.
Shays’ Rebellion-helped Congress adopt a new Constitution that created a strong Federal government that in times of rebellion could send Federal troops in the state where rebellion was taking place.
Constitutional Convention- May 25, 1787 the AOC were weak and a stronger federal govt. was needed. Shays’ rebellion convinced the 2nd Continental congress that govt needed more powers to crush rebellion in a state. The document would not become binding until it was ratified by nine of the 13 states. On September 25, 1789, the first Congress of the United States adopted 12 amendments to the U.S. Constitution–the Bill of Rights–and sent them to the states for ratification. Ten of these amendments were ratified in 1791. In November 1789, North Carolina became the 12th state to ratify the U.S. Constitution. Rhode Island, which opposed federal control of currency and was critical of compromise on the issue of slavery, resisted ratifying the Constitution until the U.S. government threatened to sever commercial relations with the state. On May 29, 1790, Rhode Island voted by two votes to ratify the document, and the last of the original 13 colonies joined the United States. Today the U.S. Constitution is the oldest written national constitution in operation in the world
Albany Plan of Union- 1754 the Albany Plan was the first important proposal to conceive of the colonies as a collective whole united under one government. If failed.
The Great Compromise (Roger Sherman’s Plan) The Great Compromise saved the Constitutional Convention, and, probably, the Union. Authored by Connecticut delegate Roger Sherman, it called for proportional representation in the House of Representatives and one representative per state in the Senate this was later changed to two Senators for each State in the Senate. Senators would be elected by their State assemblies until the passage of the 17th Amendment allowing for direct election of Senators.
3/5 compromise- All enslaved person would be counted on the census (10 years) as 3/5 person. Why?
Creation of Washington, D.C. Why here?
Whiskey Rebellion-1st time federal troops were sent in to quell an uprising.
Marbury v Madison-
Constitutional Amendments how are they added to the Constitution?
Explain & define the Bill of Rights. Why were they created?
Hamilton’s plan to pay off the States’ Revolutionary War debt. Why was this done?
The elastic clause of Constitution-Congress has the power to pass all laws deemed necessary & proper. Why is this controversial? Or is it?
First bank of the United States-
Consent of the governed
Bicameral legislature -The principle of a 2 house legislature.
A Strict Constructionist view of the Constitution.
A loose interpretation of the Constitution
Bill of Rights
Home work on page 78 of your textbook—due tomorrow Wednesday 9/27
Terms are due on MONDAY 9/25 Test will be on Tyesday 9/26
US History terms & Definitions: Due Tuesday 9/26 Define the terms below from your textbook Chapters 3 & 4. Explain the historical significance/back ground where possible.
Middle Passage Head wright system
May Flower Compact
Proclamation line 1763
King George III
7 year war aka French & Indian war pg# 86
Battle of Lexington Concord
Sone of Liberty
Definitions for Monday 5/22
Nixon's silent majority
Nixon's Saturday night massacre
Counter culture movement
Wounded Knee 2
My Lai Massacre
War Powers Act 1973
Camp David Accord
Due Monday 5/23
Due Monday 5/16/2016 USING YOUR
Review Book answer multiple choice questions 1-25 ON pages 314-317. Reading begins on page 251- 314 YOU CAN FILL IN YOUR SCANTRON ON IN CLASS ON MONDAY--this is a graded assignment
Textbook complete definitions on page # 763-due Wednesday 5/4/16 AND see below.
US 20th Century definitions Due on : 5/6/2016 use your new review book pages 218-245, 251-257
1--The Hoover Administration set the tone for an isolationist foreign policy with the Hawley-Smoot Tariff. Why?
2--During the 1930s, the combination of the Great Depression and the memory of tragic losses in World War I contributed to pushing American public opinion and policy toward isolationism. Isolationists advocated non-involvement in European and Asian conflicts and non-entanglement in international politics. Although the United States took measures to avoid political and military conflicts across the oceans, it continued to expand economically and protect its interests in Latin America. Why the difference of policy?
3. USA ignores both Japanese & German expansionism 1920’s-1941. Why? Provide 2 examples of where Germany Japan expanded using their military that America ignored?
What ended 20th-C Isolationism?--- The surprise Japanese attack on the U.S. Navy at Pearl Harbor in December of 1941 served to convince the majority of Americans that the United States should enter the war on the side of the Allies.
Define NATO & Why did the USA join?
20th century USA policy of containment --The Containment Policy stated that the US would support any nation that are being oppressed by communism and cannot protect themselves from it.
What areas in the world did the USA contain? Why? Who?
What is meant by non-recognition? Provide 2 examples of where & why?
Name 3 Presidential decisions & explain their impact on America.
Name 3 SC cases and their impact on America.
Explain how geography has impacted and or effected America’s economic and or political decisions.
Due Thursday 4/28-page 700 Sec# 1 all definitions must be completed by Thursday 4/28. Bring your review book for extra credit-tomorrow is the deadline. OR bring your $15 to buy it here in class.
Due Tuesday--textbook-- page # 627 Warren G Harding & Teapot Dome Scandal
Textbook read pg#s 618--624 and answer sec# 1 terms & Names due Monday 4/18/2016
Test Monday April 11, 2016-Study Terms
The 1919 Supreme Court decision in established the “clear and present danger” test as a method of handling what issues?
The establishment of the Open Door policy (1899-1900) and the response to the Boxer Rebellion were?
Big Stick policy and Dollar Diplomacy
The explosion of the USS and the practice of yellow journalism played a significant role in/ where?
A major reason the United States entered 'World War I was to?
The Espionage Act (1917) and the Sedition Act (1918) were used by President Woodrow Wilson's administration during World War I for what reason?
Compared to Europe how did the US he United States emerged from World War I?
(1919) supported the position that during a national emergency __
Open door policy
Black Migration north
Women working in war industry factories
How did isolationists Isolationists in the Senate react to the Treaty of Versailles?
Saco and Vanzetti-how were these 2 immigrants treated & why?
Why did America resent the new Soviet Union for pulling out of WWI?
Textbook HW-- Due Friday April 1st.
Page # 564 define the following terms
John J Pershing
Gun Boat Diplomacy
Yellow Dog Contracts’Page 455
Afl IWW page # 455
Niagara Movement- 491
Jim CrowLaws page 493
Plessy V ferguson
Page 536 Bull Moose Party
Woodrow Wilson page 536-537
Wilson’s New Freedoms
Boxer rebellion pg# 563
End of terms due April 1, 2016
textbook HW page 455 sec# 3 due Tuesday 3/8/2016 & page # 465 sec#1 due Thursday 3/10/2016
Answer Terms/ names in your textbook pg# 429. Section# 3 -I will ck your answers this Thursday and we will have a short quiz from the terms: -- populism, Grange, Gold Metal Standard. Due Thursday 2//11/2016
Test on Friday 2/5/2016- Study sheets in my room & Here- Please study and know the following terms, events , people and their accomplishments:
Black codes, 13,14,15 amendments, poll Taxes, literacy tests, Freedman's Bureau, Booker T Washington-accomplishments & controversies
Marcus Garvey's accomplishments and how was he different from BT?
NAACP, Dawes Act 1887, Carlisle Indian school
Incident at wounded knee, SD : "Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee"
Harlem Renaissance 1920's, Langston Hughes "Mother to son"
Plessy v Ferguson 1896
Brown v Board of Ed. Topeka Kansas, 1954
There are 3 HW assignments / definitions below all 3 can be answered using BOTH your textbook & the internet--: Textbook page # 417 sec# 1 assessment-- Terms names Due Tuesday February 2, 2016- define & explain the historical significance. This ends the westward expansion & native American mis treatment section.
# 2 assignment-- Also Please know the 13th, 14th, & 15th Amendments for part of your quiz Wednesday February 3, 2016 AND
# 3--Explain who the following Black Americans are & what they did to fight against Jim Crow (Racism) Due Thursday 2/4/2016
Booker T Washington, WEB Dubois, Marcus Garvey, Josephine Baker, James Baldwin & Langston Hughes.
textbook page # 279 Terms names Due Wednesday January 6th 2016
In your textbook-Page # 245-Due Friday 12/17/15-2nd Great Awakening, revival, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Transcendentalism, Henry David Thoreau, Civil Disobedience, Utopian Community, Dorothea Dix.
•Describe the following terms, persons and Supreme CT cases: Please explain the historical significance of each definition. Due Monday 12/14.
•Abolitionist•Grimke Sisters• The Dred Scott v. Sanford Supreme Court ruling•Underground RxR•Bleeding Kansas•Missouri Compromise•Kansas Nebraska Act_____________________________________
Due Thursday December 10, 2015: In your textbook-answer all of the Terms & names on page 218.
Due Monday 12/6/2015
Define U.S. (1800's) Manifest destiny and give 2 examples of it. You will be quizzed on this topic &e examples on Monday 12/7/15
Quiz on Monday 11/23/15 Terms R below.
Xyz affair, Sectionalism, Nullification, Alien & Sedition Acts ---
HW due Monday 11/16/15-read pg’#s 190-196 and on page # 196-please answer all terms & names in sec# 2
US History Work -Please have all these definitions completed by Monday 11/9/2015
Name 2 Federalists
Name 2 Anti-federalists
What type of Country-Govt did federalist for the new America?
What type of Country-Govt did anti-federalist want for the new America?
Describe the meaning GW had in his farewell speech.
How did the SC case Marbury v. Madison strengthen the power of the judicial branch?
What is Judicial Review?
What does the right of Habeas Corpus guarantee?
US History Test study sheet. Test will be on Wednesday October 21, 2015
The Northwest ordinance what did it do/ accomplish? pg# 135
Problems with the AOC
Path to a Constitution
Roger Sherman & the Great Compromise
Electoral College- not a place but a system of voting for
Bill of Rights
Elastic Clause of the Constitution
Judiciary Act of 1789
Due on Tuesday October 13, 2015-Page 144 sec# 2 assessment: Please define 3 terms-- Shays's rebellion, Great Compromise, & 3/5 Compromise. Thanks have a great weekend.
US History Definitions: text book home work: Due on Tuesday 9/22/15
Please answer the following definitions with a full description.
Page# 59 Sec#4 assessment Terms & Names: William Penn & Quakers
Question: How did William Penn treat the Native Americans?
Page# 71 Sec# 1 Assessment Terms & Names: Dominion of New England, Salutary Neglect,
Short written answer: How does the Glorious Revolution change both England and influence the British Colonies?
Page 78 Sec# 2 Assessments 1. Terms & Names: Cash crop, slave, Triangular trade, middle Passage,
Short written answer: Geography: How did the Appalachian Mountains effect colonial settlements and their expansion westward?
Define Proclamation of 1763.
Due on September 16,2015
The European Settlement of The New World-txtbook
Name the New World- Both North, Central & South America.
The Columbian Exchange- The meeting of New World and European world created the Columbian exchange Plants, animals, spices, fruits and tobacco were exchanged between Europe, Africa and the New World.
Name some plants, animals, foods and diseases that were part of the Columbian Exchange
What is the Triangular Trade?
Head right system
Joint- stock companies
Why did the Pilgrims come to America?
Massachusetts Bay Colony
Why did English colonists go to Jamestown?
What is the Tidewater system?
When defining history terms always answer each definition by including the answer to the following questions: -who, what, where, when, why, how, where.