CP United States History Fall Final Exam Review

CP United States History Fall Final Exam Review

Score ______/20 Name ______

CP United States History Fall Final Exam Review

CPUSH Matching Review: Match the lettered items with the numbered items.

Unit 1: The Colonial Era (1607—1776)Unit 2: The American Revolution (1776—1783)

____1. Virginia

____2. Bacon’s Rebellion

____3. Mayflower Compact

____4. Georgia

____5. Pennsylvania

____6. King Phillip’s War

____7. Triangular Trade Route

____8. Salutary Neglect

____9. Benjamin Franklin

____ 10. The Great Awakening

____11. The French and Indian War

____ 12. Sons and Daughters of Liberty

____13. Intolerable Acts/Coercive Acts

____14. Taxation without representation

____ 15. John Locke

____16. Marquis de Lafayette

____17. Lexington and Concord

____ 18. Saratoga

____19. Yorktown

____20. Treaty of Paris 1783

  1. Britain passed this law in reaction to the Boston Tea Party which closed Boston Harbor
  2. Enlightenment philosopher who believed in “consent of the governed”; Inspired the Declaration of Independence
  3. A colony that was founded by a joint stock company to make money; Successful because of tobacco
  4. A “southern colony” that was created as a buffer zone to protect English colonies from Spanish colonies
  5. British general Cornwallis surrendered to George Washington in the last battle of the Revolutionary War
  6. The French decided to join America in the Revolutionary War after we won this decisive battle
  7. The British policy of purposefully ignored the colonies; Led to colonial assemblies in America
  8. War fought to gain the Ohio River Valley; Caused massive debts and led to parliamentary sovereignty
  9. The first battle of the American Revolution
  10. Included Manufactured goods from Europe, raw materials from America, slaves from Africa
  11. A “middle colony”that was founded by Quakers as a “holy experiment” to see if diverse religious groups could live together in peace
  12. Metacomet and the Wampanoag Indians went to war on the colonists in New England
  13. Pilgrims agreed to this early example of self-government in Plymouth; It served as a model for colonists who agreed to be governed
  14. Jonathan Edwards led this movement that led to new religious enthusiasm in the colonies
  15. A group of colonists who led boycotts and created committees of correspondence to unify the colonists against British before the American Revolution
  16. A French general who helped George Washington in the American Revolution
  17. What colonists were saying in response to the Stamp Act and the Townshend Act.
  18. Ended the American Revolution; Britain recognized American independence
  19. Farmers in Western Virginia showed their discontent with Governor Berkeley
  20. America’s Enlightenment philosopher, inventor, and example of social mobility

Score ______/20 Name ______

CP United States History Fall Final Exam Review

CPUSH Matching Review: Match the lettered items with the numbered items.

Unit 3: The New Nation (1783—1800)Unit 4: The Early Antebellum Era (1800—1840)

___1. Articles of Confederation

___2. Land Ordinance of 1785

___3. Shay’s Rebellion

___4. Great Compromise

___5. Separation of powers

___6. Federalist Papers

___7. Bill or Rights

___8. Alien and Sedition Acts

___9. Marbury v. Madison

___10. Farewell Address

___11. Louisiana Purchase

___12. War of 1812

___13. Sectionalism

___14. Monroe Doctrine

___15. Eli Whitney

___16. Nullification

___17. Indian Removal Act

___18. Seneca Falls Convention

___19. Andrew Jackson

___20. Erie Canal

  1. The first meeting during which women demanded property rights and the right to vote
  2. Fought between England and the United States because of impressment and free trade rights of U.S. sailors
  3. America’s first national government; Had no president or power to tax; States power over national gov’t
  4. Laws passed by Federalists under President John Adams; Limited free speech rights of Americans
  5. “Common man’s president who was elected at a time when universal white male suffrage was on the rise
  6. Limited the national gov’tby creating three different branches of government: legislative, executive, judicial
  7. Law passed during Articles of Confederation; Divided western lands into townships and created schools
  8. Had two major inventions: The cotton gin and interchangeable parts
  9. The first ten amendments to the Constitution designed to protect citizens’ rights; The Anti-Federalists refused to ratify the Constitution unless it was added to the Constitution
  10. A states’ rights argument led by South Carolina that would allows states to ignore laws passed by the national government
  11. What President Jackson did after he ignored an order by the Supreme Court that would have allowed the Cherokee to stay in Georgia
  12. President Jefferson bought this from France for $15 million and doubled the size of the United States
  13. This was a solution between the large and small states by creating a bicameral legislature (Congress)
  14. This improved transportation between the North and West; Transformed New York City into a financial city
  15. This series of essays were written in support of ratification of the Constitution
  16. This foreign policy statement declared the Western Hemisphere off limits to European expansion
  17. This Supreme Court case created the principle of judicial review
  18. Western Massachusetts farmers rebelled against banks; This event proved that the Articles of Confederation was too weak to deal with a crisis
  19. When you value your region over the interests of the nation
  20. George Washington’s warning against American alliances with foreign nations, political parties, and sectional differences

Score ______/20 Name ______

CP United States History Fall Final Exam Review

CPUSH Matching Review: Match the lettered items with the numbered items.

Unit 5: The Late Antebellum Era (1840—1860) Unit 6: Civil War & Reconstruction (1861—1877)

____1. Manifest Destiny

____2. Mexican-American War

____3. Mexican Cession

____4. Missouri Compromise

____5. Compromise of 1850

____6. Kansas-Nebraska Act

____7. Republican Party

____8. William Lloyd Garrison

____9. Election of 1860

____ 10. Dred Scott v Sanford

____ 11. Fort Sumter, South Carolina

____ 12. Anaconda Plan

____ 13. Jefferson Davis

____ 14. Battle of Gettysburg

____ 15. William Tecumseh Sherman

____ 16. Emancipation Proclamation

____ 17. Congressional Reconstruction

____ 18. Black Codes

____ 19. Freedmen’s Bureau

____ 20. Andrew Johnson

  1. The first shots of the Civil War were fired here
  2. This event led to 7 southern states seceding from the United States to form the Confederacy because they feared Lincoln’s anti-slave policies and felt they had lost influence in the national government
  3. This began because of an argument about what the bordersof Texas were after it was annexed by the USA
  4. This announcement by President Lincoln changed the North’s goals during the Civil from “preserve the Union” to a new focus on freeing the slaves
  5. This president was impeached but not removed from office
  6. He was the President of the Confederacy during the Civil War
  7. This idea gave Americans a sense that the United States had a right to gain all territories to the Pacific Ocean
  8. This agreement between Northern and Southern states allowed California to enter as a free state but created a strict Fugitive Slave Law to make the South happy
  9. This agreement between Northern and Southern states limited the spread of slavery to only states below the 36°30’line of latitude
  10. During the Civil War, the North blockaded southern ports, took control of the Mississippi River, and tried to capture Richmond
  11. This was the turning point of the Civil War because the South lost and never invaded the North again
  12. He was the most famous abolitionist in America and founded the American Anti-Slave Society
  13. The land that the United States added as a result of the Treaty of Guadalupe- Hidalgo, included California
  14. Also known as “Radical Reconstruction”; Created five military districts in the South to enforce the rights of African Americans after the Civil War; Created the 14th and 15th Amendments
  15. This was created to help African Americans after the Civil War; It created schools for African Americans
  16. These laws were created by Southern whites during Reconstruction to keep blacks from gaining full rights
  17. This law allowed repealed (ended) the Missouri Compromise and let popular sovereignty to decide slavery
  18. This Northern general used “total war” and destroyed much of Georgia in his March to the Sea
  19. This group was formed by “free soilers” like Lincoln who wanted to stop the spread of slavery
  20. This Supreme Court decision angered Northern abolitionists when it declared that the Missouri Compromise was unconstitutional

Score ______/20 Name ______

CP United States History Fall Final Exam Review

CPUSH Matching Review: Match the lettered items with the numbered items.

Unit 7: The Gilded Age (1870—1900)Unit 8: The Progressive Era (1890—1920)

____1. Gilded Age

____2. Monopoly/trust

____3. Nativism

____4. New Immigrants

____5. Samuel Gompers

____6. political machines

____7. Booker T. Washington

____8. Populists

____9. Jim Crow laws

____10. Plessy v. Ferguson

____ 11. Muckrakers

____12. Social Gospel Movement

____ 13. Initiative

____14. Wisconsin Idea

____ 15. NAACP

____16. 16th Amendment

____17. Florence Kelly

____ 18. “Bull Moose” Party

____19. Federal Reserve

____20. Trustbusting

  1. Theodore Roosevelt represented them in 1912 when he was denied the Republican nomination
  2. Anti-immigrant philosophy
  3. Designed to keep African-Americans in a state of secondary citizenship
  4. Using university professors and their staffs to write bills and otherwise improve government
  5. Campaigned for the rights of working women and children
  6. Allowed voters to get something they wanted on a ballot without going through the legislature
  7. A situation in which a company or an individual controls all of something thus restraining competition and fair trade among consumers
  8. was author of the Atlanta Compromise
  9. was author of The Jungle, a book exposing the meatpacking industry
  10. an early union organizer who founded the American Federation of Labor
  11. believed that government should be more responsive to farmers and the working class
  12. was responsible for the amount of money in circulation at any one time
  13. was responsible for monitoring the Army and Navy forces in reserve at any one time
  14. pursued by Teddy Roosevelt as a way of making businesses more fair and competitive to the advantage of consumers
  15. provided for a tax on income
  16. prohibited the production, sale, or distribution of alcoholic beverages
  17. provided for the direct election of U.S. Senators
  18. established the principle in 1896 of “separate but equal”
  19. established the principle of judicial review
  20. differed from those who came before them in where they originated (came from)
  21. were Exodusters
  22. put people into political office so their bosses could receive graft like kickbacks
  23. founded to seek legal remedies to segregation and discrimination
  24. it looked great on the outside, but was corrupt and ugly inside
  25. it was an attempt to apply Biblical teachings to the nation’s social and economic problems
  26. were journalists who wrote about the need for reform in the United States