AP/DC U.S. HISTORY 1301 VOCABULARY

Chapter 1: The Collision of Cultures in the 16th Century:

1. maize (corn)-9

2. Mexica-10

3. Aztec Empire-11

4. burial mounds-14

5. Cahokia-15

6. Eastern Woodlands People-15

7. Roman Catholicism-20

8. Protestant Reformation-21

9. conquistadores-23

10. encomienda-26

11. Columbian Exchange-26

12. infectious diseases-27

13. New Mexico-28

14. horse-30

15. Spanish Armada-33

Chapter 2: England and Its American Colonies, 1607-1732

1. joint-stock companies-40

2. Parliament-41

3. Puritans-42

4. tobacco-46

5. headright-46

6. Mayflower Compact (1620)-49

7. Massachusetts Bay Colony-50

8. Carolina colonies-54

9. New Netherland-56

10. Powhatan Confederacy-63

11. Bacon's Rebellion (1676)-63

12. King Philip's War (1675-1678)-66

13. Iroquis League-67

14. indentured servant-68

15. Middle Passage-72

Chapter 3: Colonial Ways of Life, 1607-1750

1. birth rate-81

2. death rate-81

3. women's work-81

4. staple crops-83

5. triangular trade-87

6. race-based slavery-91

7. slave codes-93

8. Stono Rebellion (1739)-94

9. Enlightenment-98

10. Deism-99

11. Great Awakening-101

Chapter 4: From Colonies to States, 1607-1776

1. salutary neglect-111

2. mercantilism-112

3. Navigation Acts (1650-1775)-112

4. Glorious Revolution (1688)-113

5. natural rights-114

6. Albany Plan of Union (1754)-116

7. French and Indian War (Seven Years' War) (1756-1763)-117

8. Treaty of Paris (1763)-119

9. Pontiac's Rebellion (1763)-120

10. Royal Proclamation of 1763-120

11. Stamp Act (1765)-125

12. virtual representation-126

13. Sons of Liberty-126

14. Daughters of Liberty-127

15. Townshend Acts (1767)-128

16. Loyalists-129

17. Patriots-129

18. Boston Massacre (1770)-129

19. Committee of Correspondence-130

20. Boston Tea Party (1773)-131

21. Coercive Acts (1774)-131

22. Common Sense (1776)-136

23. Declaration of Independence (1776)-138

Chapter 5: The American Revolution, 1776-1783

1. citizen-soldiers-153

2. Battles of Saratoga (1777)-159

3. alliance with France-159

4. Valley Forge (1777-1778)-161

5. Battle of Yorktown (1781)-168

6. Republican ideology-173

7. state constitutions-173

8. Articles of Confederation-174

9. Virginia Statute of Religious Freedom-176

Chapter 6: Creating a "More Perfect Union", 1783-1800

1. Northwest Ordinance (1787)-185

2. Shay's Rebellion (1786-1787)-189

3. federalism-191

4. separation of powers-192

5. anti-Federalists-196

6. The Federalist Papers-196

7. Bill of Rights (1791)-198

8. Jeffersonian Republicans-200

9. Alexander Hamilton's economic reforms-202

10. Bank of the United States (1791)-203

11. French Revolution-206

12. Jay's Treaty (1794)-209

13. Whiskey Rebellion (1794)-209

14. Alien and Sedition Acts of 1798-216

15. election of 1800-216

Chapter 7: The Early Republic, 1800-1815

1. Republican simplicity-223

2. Marbury v. Madison (1803)-225

3. Louisiana Purchase (1803)-227

4. Lewis and Clark Expedition (1803-1806)-229

5. Barbary pirates-232

6. Embargo Act (1807)-235

7. War of 1812 (1812-1815)-238

8. Tecumseh's Indian Confederacy-239

9. Battle of Tippecanoe (1811)-239

10. Treaty of Ghent (1814)-248

11. Battle of New Orleans (1815)-249

12. Hartford Convention (1815)-249

Chapter 8: The Emergence of a Market Economy, 1815-1850

1. market economy-266

2. steamboats-268

3. Erie Canal (1817)-269

4. railroads-269

5. clipper ships-270

6. telegraph system-271

7. Industrial Revolution-273

8. cotton gin-273

9. cotton-274

10. McCormick reaper-276

11. Lowell system-277

12. Nativists-285

13. Know-Nothing party-285

14. National Trades' Union-287

15. professions-287

Chapter 9: Nationalism and Sectionalism, 1815-1828

1. Second Bank of the United States-295

2. Tariff of 1816-295

3. internal improvements-295

4. Dartmouth College v. Woodward (1819)-298

5. McCulloch v. Maryland (1819)-298

6. Gibbons v. Ogden (1824)-299

7. American System-300

8. Panic of 1819-302

9. Missouri Compromise (1820)-304

10. Transcontinental Treaty (1819)-308

11. Monroe Doctrine (1823)-309

12. "corrupt bargain"-311

13. election of 1828-312

Chapter 10: The Jacksonian Era, 1828-1840

1. Second Bank of the United States-324

2. The Bank War-324

3. "Tariff of Abominations" (1828)-326

4. nullification-327

5. The "Force Bill" (1833)-329

6. Indian Removal Act (1830)

7. Trail of Tears (1838-1839)-333

8. Distribution Act (1836)-336

9. Whig party-336

10. two-party system-337

11. Panic of 1837-337

12. Independent Treasury Act (1840)-338

Chapter 11: The Sourh and Slavery, 1800-1860

1. "peculiar institution"-348

2. The Old Southwest-353

3. cotton kingdom-353

4. planters-355

5. plantation mistress-357

6. "plain white folk"-358

7. slave codes-360

8. mulattoes-361

9. field hands-362

10. spirituals-366

11. Nat Turner's Rebellion-370

Chapter 12: Religion, Romanticism, and Reform, 1800-1860

1. Unitarians-377

2. Universalists-377

3. Second Great Awakening-378

4. frontier revivals-379

5. Mormons-383

6. transcendentalism-386

7. temperance-391

8. cult of domesticity-393

9. Seneca Falls Convention (1848)-393

10. Declaration of Sentiments (1848)-393

11. public schools-395

12. utopian communities-397

13. American Colonization Society-398

14. abolitionism-399

15. Underground Railroad-403

Chapter 13: Western Expansion and Southern Secession, 1830-1861

1. manifest destiny-420

2. Overland Trails-420

3. Oregon Fever-423

4. Texas Revolution (1835-1836)-425

5. Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo (1848)-436

6. Wilmot Proviso (1846)-437

7. popular sovereignty-438

8. Free-Soil party-438

9. California Gold Rush (1849)-439

10. Compromise of 1850-440

11. Fugitive Slave Act (1850)-443

12. Kansas-Nebraska Act (1854)-444

13. Bleeding Kansas (1856)-446

14. Dred Scott v. Sandford (1857)-450

15. Lincoln-Douglas debates (1858)-452

Chapter 14: The War of the Union, 1861-1865

1. Anaconda Plan-471

2. contrabands-480

3. Battle of Antietam (1862)-482

4. Emancipation Proclamation (1863)-483

5. Militia Act (1862)-487

6. Homestead Act (1862)-489

7. Morrill Land Grant Act (1862)-489

8. Copperhead Democrats-491

9. Battle of Vicksburg (1863)-493

10. Battle of Gettysburg (1863)-494

11. election of 1864-500

12. Sherman's "March to the Sea" (1864)-500

13. Appmattox Court House-503

14. Thirteenth Amendment (1865)-507

Chapter 15: Reconstruction, 1865-1877

1. Radical Republicans-514

2. Freedmen's Bureau-515

3. Johnson's "Restoration" Plan-517

4. black codes-518

5. Fourteenth Amendment (1866)-519

6. Congressional Reconstruction-520

7. Fifteenth Amendment (1870)-522

8. sharecropping-526

9. Ku Klux Klan-529

10. greenbacks-532

11. Panic of 1873-533

12. redeemers-535

13. Compromise of 1877