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									                                                 APUSH: Key Terms of Study (2009-2010)

Directions: Use your textbook, internet, study guide book, or local library resources to help you provide basic
descriptions for the following terms that you will need to know for your AP exam. You will be tested on your
knowledge of the  terms the first day of class in August. Your test will be a combination of matching, multiple
choice, and fill-in-the-blank. Some of the terms have been described for you to serve both as examples and as
terms to (eventually) study.

Time
Period
                              Pre-Columbian – 1789:                       1790-1914                                  1915 – Present
                             Checks and balances            Abolitionism                                Abstract Expressionism
                             “a city upon a hill”            Antebellum                                  atomic bomb
                             Columbian Exchange             assembly line                               Axis Alliance
                             Deism                          Beard Thesis (of the Constitution)          Black Power 
                             Enlightenment                  “common man”                                Cold War
                             Evangelism                      Conscription                                Domino Theory 
                             Half-way covenant (1662)       Cotton Kingdom (King Cotton)                Feminism 
                             headright system                Cult of Domesticity / Republican            First 100 Days (FDR)
                             indentured servitude             Motherhood                                 Fourteen Points
                             joint-stock company             Feminism                                    Freedom Rides
                             mercantilism                   First Bank of the United States (1791)      Harlem Renaissance
                             Middle Passage                  The Frontier Thesis (Turner Thesis)        “Iron Curtain” (1946)
                             proprietary colony              Ghost Dance                                 Jazz
                             Separation of powers           Gospel of Wealth                           Loyalty Boards
                             Republican government/          The Grange Movement                         Manhattan Project
                              republicanism                  Horizontal Integration                     McCarthyism (1950)
                             royal colony                    immigration                                 Military-industrial complex
                             salutary neglect                interchangeable parts                       Mobilization
                             tariffs                         jingoism                                    Mutually Assured Destruction (MAD)
                             Tobacco                         Jacksonian Democracy                       New Freedom
                                                                                                          New Nationalism
 Concepts and Movements




                                                               Jeffersonian Democracy
                                                              judicial review                            Nixon’s “Enemies List”
                                                              “kitchen cabinet”                           “Peace without Victory” (1917)
                                                              loose construction(ism)                     Prohibition
                                                              Lowell System                               “Problem that has no name”
                                                              Manifest Destiny                           Radio
                                                              Nativism                                    Red Scare (1919-20)
                                                              Niagara Movement                            Religious fundamentalism
                                                              Nomadic way of life                         Rock and Roll
                                                              Nullification                              Rosie the Riveter
                                                              Perfectionism                              Satellites
                                                              popular sovereignty                        Self-determination
                                                              president’s cabinet                         Sit-ins
                                                              Second Bank of the United States            Submarine warfare
                                                              Second Party system                         Supply-side economics
                                                              Social Darwinism                           Terrorism
                                                              Social gospel                              Trickle-down theory
                                                              spoils system                               Triple Alliance
                                                              Standard Oil Co.                            Triple Entente
                                                              States’ Rights                              U-boats
                                                              strict construction                         Urban riots
                                                              suffrage                                    Urbanization
                                                              Taylorism                                  “Vietnamization”
                                                                                                           Zimmermann telegram
                                                              Time zones (1883)
                                                              Transcendentalism 
                                                              trust
                                                              U.S. Steel Corporation
                                                              Utopian communities
                                                              Vertical Integration 
                                                              “White Man’s Burden”
                                                              yellow journalism
                                        APUSH: Key Terms of Study (2009-2010)

Time
Period
              Pre-Columbian – 1789:                           1790-1914                                    1915 – Present
             Annapolis Convention (1786)      Adams’s “midnight appointments” (1801)             Army-McCarthy hearings (1954)
             Bacon’s Rebellion (1676)         Atlanta Exposition/Compromise (1895)               Berlin Blockade and Airlift (1948-
             Battle of Saratoga (1777)        Bank War (1830s)                                    49)
             Boston Massacre (1770)           Battle of Antietam (1862)                          Berlin Wall torn down (1989)
             Boston Tea Party (1773)          Battle of Little Bighorn (1876)                    Birth of a Nation (1915)
             Columbus reaches the “New        Battle of New Orleans (1815)                       Bonus Expeditionary Force (1932)
              World” (1492)
                                               Barbary Wars/ Tripoli War (1805)                   Court Packing (1937)
             Constitutional Convention
                                               “Bleeding Kansas” (1850s)                          Cuban Missile Crisis (1962)
              of 1787
                                               Boxer Rebellion (1900)                             D-Day (June 6, 1944)
             French and Indian War
                                               Chesapeake Affair (1807)                           Democratic National Convention,
              (1756-1763) 
                                               Civil War (1861-65)                                 Chicago (1968)
             Glorious Revolution in                                                            
                                               Compromise of 1877                                  Election of 1960
              England
                                               Credit Mobilier scandal (1872)                     Fall of Saigon (1975)
             Federalist Papers published
              (1787-88)                        “Cross of Gold” speech (1896)                      Geneva Conference (1954)
             The (First) Great                Election of 1876                                   Great Migration
              Awakening (1720s-1740s)          “Era of Good Feelings” (1817-25)                   Invasion of Cambodia (1970)
                                              Filipino insurrection (1896-97)                    Iran hostage crisis (1979-81)
             Great Migration                  Garfield assassinated (1881)                       Iran-Contra affair (1985-86)
             King George’s War (1740s)        German and Irish immigration                       Japanese American internment
             King Philip’s War (1675-         Gold Rush in California (Sutton’s Mill, 1848-       (1941-45)
              1676)                             49)                                                The Jazz Singer (1927)
             King William’s War (1689-        Hartford Convention (1814)                         John F. Kennedy assassinated
              1697)                            Haymarket Square riot (1886)                        (1963)
             Pequot War (1637)                Homestead Strike (1892)                            Robert Kennedy assassinated
             Revolutionary War (1776-         Indian Removal Act (1830)                           (1968)
              1781)                            John Brown’s Raid (at Harpers Ferry, 1859)         Kent State Shootings (1970)
             Salem witchcraft trials          Light bulb invented (1879)                         Korean War (1950-53)
              (1692)                           Lincoln assassinated (1865)                        Lusitania sunk (1915)
             Shay’s Rebellion (1787)          Lincoln-Douglas Debates (1858)                     Man on the moon (1969)
                                                                                               
 Events




              Stamp Act Crisis (1765)          Maysville Road Veto (1830)                          March on Washington (1963)
             the “starving time” (1608)       Mexican-American War (1846-48)                     Montgomery Bus Boycott (1955-56)
             Stono Uprising (1739)            Panic of 1873                                      My Lai Massacre (1968)
                                               Pullman strike (1894)                              Nixon resigns (1974)
                                               Railroads (1882-1883, key lines finished)          Oklahoma City Bombing (1995)
                                               Reform movements                                   Operation Desert Storm (1991)
                                               Revolution of 1800                                 Palmer raids (1919-20)
                                               Sand Creek Massacre (1864)                         Paris peace talks (1972-73)
                                               Secession (1860-61)                                Pentagon Papers (1971-73)
                                               Second Great Awakening (Early 1800s)             Persian Gulf War (1990-91)
                                               Seneca Falls Convention (1848)                     Potsdam Conference (1945)
                                               Seward’s Purchase of Alaska (1867)                 Rodney King Riots (1992)
                                               Sherman’s march through Georgia (1864)             Rosenbergs executed (1953)
                                               Sioux Wars (1865-67)                               Russo-Japanese War (1904-05)
                                               Slave Rebellions (1800, 1822, 1831)                Saturday Night Massacre (1973)
                                               South Carolina Exposition and Protest              Scopes Monkey Trial (1925)
                                                                                                
                                                                                                                   th
                                                (1828)                                              September 11 Terrorist Attacks
                                               South Carolina Ordinance of Nullification           (2001)
                                                (Doctrine of Nullification) (1832)                 Sputnik
                                               Spanish-American War (1898)                        Stock market crash (1929)
                                               Trail of Tears (1838)                              Teapot Dome Scandal (1924)
                                               Transcontinental Railroad Completed (1869)         Tet Offensive (1968)
                                               Trent Affair (1861)                                Watts Riot (1965)
                                               Triangle Shirtwaist Factory fire (1911)            World War I (1914-1918)
                                               U.S.S. Maine sunk (1898)                           World War II (1939-1945)
                                               Uncle Tom’s Cabin published (1852)
                                               Undeclared naval war with France
                                               War of 1812
                                               Washington’s Farewell Address (1796)
                                               Whiskey Rebellion (1794)
                                               Whiskey Ring Scandal (1875)
                                               XYZ Affair (1797)
                                                           APUSH: Key Terms of Study (2009-2010)

     Time
     Period
                                      Pre-Columbian – 1789:                          1790-1914                                   1915 – Present
                                     Congregationalists              John Adams                                      Affluent Society
                                     Jonathan Edwards                John Quincy Adams                               Alliance for Progress
                                     First Continental Congress      Jane Addams                                     Beat Generation
                                      (1774)                          American Antislavery Society                    Big Three (1945)
                                     Benjamin Franklin               American Colonization Society                   Black Panthers
                                     Alexander Hamilton              American Federation of Labor                   Bolsheviks
                                     Anne Hutchison                  American Protective Association                 Warren Burger
                                     Iroquois Confederacy            Susan B. Anthony                                George H. W. Bush
                                     Thomas Jefferson                Anti-federalists                                Jimmy Carter
                                     Thomas Paine                    Antimasonic Party                               Fidel Castro
                                     Pilgrims                        Ashcan School                                   Chicago Seven
                                     Pocahontas                      Elizabeth Blackwell                             Bill Clinton
                                     Powhatan Confederacy            Preston Brooks and Charles Sumner (1856)        Committee on Public Information
                                     Puritans                        John Brown                                      Committee to Reelect the President
                                     Quakers                         William Jennings Bryan                           (CREEP)
                                     Second Continental              James Buchanan                                  Congress of Industrial Organizations
                                      Congress (1775)                 Bull Moose Party                                 (CIO)
                                     Separatists                     Aaron Burr                                      Congress of Racial Equality (CORE)
                                     Sir Walter Raleigh (1584)       John C. Calhoun                                 Calvin Coolidge
                                     Sons of Liberty                 Andrew Carnegie                                 Democratic Coalition
                                     John Smith                      Chief Joseph of the Nez Perce                   Dwight D. Eisenhower
                                     Virginia Company                Henry Clay                                      Archduke Ferdinand
                                     George Washington               Cherokees                                       F. Scott Fitzgerald
                                     parliament                      Chief Joseph                                    “Flappers”
                                                                                                                  
People (Individuals and Groups)




                                      Phyllis Wheatley                 Civil Service Commission                         Gerald Ford
                                     George Whitefield               Coxey’s Army (1894)                             Henry Ford
                                     Roger Williams                  Crazy Horse                                     Free Speech movement, Berkley
                                                                      George Custer                                   Betty Friedan
                                                                      Eugene V. Debs                                  Marcus Garvey
                                                                      Dorothea Dix                                    Al Gore
                                                                      Frederick Douglass                              Warren G. Harding
                                                                      W.E.B. DuBois                                   Hawks and Doves 
                                                                      Thomas A. Edison                                Ernest Hemingway
                                                                      Emerson and Thoreau                             Alger Hiss
                                                                      Charles G. Finney                               Ho Chi Minh
                                                                      Free-Soil Party                                 Herbert Hoover
                                                                      Robert Fulton                                   House Un-American Activities
                                                                      James Garfield                                   Committee (HUAC)
                                                                      William Lloyd Garrison                          Saddam Hussein
                                                                      Citizen Edmond Genet                            International Workers of the World
                                                                      George III                                      Lyndon Johnson
                                                                      Samuel Gompers                                  George Kennan
                                                                      Ulysses S. Grant                                John F. Kennedy
                                                                      Horace Greeley                                  Robert Kennedy
                                                                      Greenback-Labor Party                           Martin Luther King, Jr.
                                                                      Sarah Moore Grimke                              Jack Kerouac (On the Road)
                                                                      Alexander Hamilton                              Henry Kissinger
                                                                      Benjamin Harrison                               Nikita Khruschev
                                                                      William Henry Harrison                          John L. Lewis
                                                                      Rutherford B. Hayes                             Sinclair Lewis
                                                                      William Randolph Hearst                         Charles Lindberg
                                                                      Hudson River School                             Henry Cabot Lodge
                                                                      Industrial Workers of the World (Wobblies)      Lost Generation
                                                                      Andrew Jackson                                  General Douglas MacArthur
                                                                      Thomas Jefferson                                Thurgood Marshall
                                                                      Andrew Johnson                                  Joseph McCarthy
                                                                      Knights of Labor                                James Meredith
                                                                      Know-Nothing (American) Party                   Slobodan Milosevic
                                                                      Ku Klux Klan                                    Muckrakers 
                                                                                                                       Benito Mussolini
                                                     APUSH: Key Terms of Study (2009-2010)

     Time
     Period
                                  Pre-Columbian – 1789:                    1790-1914                           1915 – Present
                                                             Robert E. Lee                           NAACP
                                                             Lewis and Clark                         NASA
                                                             Liberty Party                           National Municipal League
                                                             Abraham Lincoln                         National Women’s Suffrage
                                                             Elijah Lovejoy                           Association
                                                             Alfred Thayer Mahan                     New Frontier
                                                             Horace Mann                             New Left
                                                             John Marshall                           New Right
                                                             William McKinley                        Richard Nixon
                                                             James Monroe                            North Atlantic Treaty Organization
                                                             “Mother Jones”                           (NATO)
                                                             Mormon Church                           Sandra Day O’Connor
                                                             National Labor Union                    Organization of American States
                                                             New Immigrants (1880-1924)            Organization of Petroleum Exporting
                                                             Franklin Pierce                          Countries (OPEC)
                                                             Plains Indians                          Rosa Parks
                                                             James Polk                              Ronald Reagan
                                                             Populist (People’s) Party               William Rehnquist
                                                             Terrence Powderly                       Franklin Delano Roosevelt
                                                             Joseph Pulitzer                         Ethel and Julius Rosenberg
                                                             Queen Liliuokalani (1893)               Sacco and Vanzetti
                                                             Progressives                            Margaret Sanger
                                                             Radical Republicans                     Silent Majority
                                                             Republican Party                        Upton Sinclair
                                                                                                     Southeast Asia Treaty Organization
People (Individuals and Groups)




                                                              Jacob Riis
                                                             Robber Barons                           (SEATO)
                                                             Rough Riders                            Southern Christian Leadership
                                                             John D. Rockefeller                      Conference
                                                             Theodore Roosevelt                      Student Nonviolent Coordinating
                                                                                                       Committee
                                                             Seventh Day Adventist Church
                                                                                                      Students for a Democratic Society
                                                             Shakers
                                                                                                       (SDS)
                                                             Sitting Bull
                                                                                                      William Howard Taft
                                                             Elizabeth Cady Stanton
                                                                                                      Hideki Tojo
                                                             Zachary Taylor
                                                                                                      Harry S. Truman
                                                             Ida Tarbell
                                                                                                      United Nations
                                                             Temperance Societies
                                                                                                      The Urban League
                                                             Transcendentalists
                                                                                                      Viet Cong
                                                             Frederick Jackson Turner
                                                                                                      George Wallace
                                                             Nat Turner
                                                                                                      Earl Warren
                                                             “Boss” Tweed
                                                                                                      Woodrow Wilson
                                                             Martin Van Buren
                                                                                                      Women’s Trade Union League
                                                             Booker T. Washington
                                                                                                      The Wright Brothers
                                                             George Washington
                                                             Daniel Webster
                                                             Whig Party
                                                             Eli Whitney
                                                             Women’s Christian Temperance Union
                                                             War Hawks
                                                             Workingmen’s Party
                                APUSH: Key Terms of Study (2009-2010)

Time
Period
             Pre-Columbian – 1789:                       1790-1914                            1915 – Present
                                                                               
                                                                                       th
             The Chesapeake                 Black Hills                              38 Parallel
            Jamestown (1607)              Border states                           Bay of Pigs (1961)
            the lower South               Brook Farm                              Berlin Wall
            Massachusetts Bay colony      Brooklyn Bridge                         Bosnia
             (1630+)                       Confederate States of America (The      Camp David
            Middle colonies                Confederacy)                            Cuba
            New England                   Erie Canal (1825)                       Gulf of Tonkin, Vietnam
                                           Fort Sumter (1861)                      Hiroshima (1945)
                                           Gettysburg (1863)                       Hoovervilles 
                                           Great Plains                            Kosovo
                                           Harpers Ferry (1859)                    Kuwait (1990)
                                           Hull House                              Levittown (1947)
                                           Lowell, Massachusetts                   Little Rock, Arkansas
                                           Mississippi River                       Los Alamos
                                           New Orleans                             Nagasaki (1945)
                                           Oklahoma Territory                      Pearl Harbor (1941)
                                           Panama Canal (1914)                     Persian Gulf
                                           The Philippines                         Saigon
                                           Puerto Rico, Samoa, Guam                Soviet Union
                                           Reservations                            Suburbia
                                           Tuskegee Institute                      Suez Canal
                                           Texas (1845)                            Sun Belt
                                                                                    Three Mile Island (1979)
                                                                                    Tin Pan Alley
                                                                                    Watergate
                                                                                    Yalta
Places
                                                                     APUSH: Key Terms of Study (2009-2010)

      Time
      Period
                                                Pre-Columbian – 1789:                          1790-1914                                1915 – Present
                                               Albany Plan of Union             Thirteenth Amendment (1865)                  Eighteenth Amendment (1919)
                                                (1754)                           Fourteenth Amendment (1866)                  Nineteenth Amendment (1920)
                                               Articles of Confederation        Fifteenth Amendment (1869)                   Twenty-first Amendment (1933)
                                                (1781-87)                      Adams-Onis Treaty (1819)                     Abrams v. United States (1919)
                                               “Common Sense” (1776)            Alien and Sedition Acts (1798)               Agricultural Adjustment Act (1933)
                                               Connecticut (Great)              American System (Internal Improvements)      Atlantic Charter (1941)
                                                Compromise (1787)                                                             Baghdad Pact (1855)
                                               Declaratory Act (1766)           Amnesty Act (1872)                           Baker v. Carr (1962)
                                               Declaration of                   Bill of Rights (1791)                        Brown v. Board of Education (1954)
                                                Independence (1776)              Black Codes                                  Camp David Accords (1978)
                                               Dominion of New England          Bland-Allison Act (1878)                     Central Intelligence Agency
                                                (1680s)                          Bradwell v. Illinois (1872)                  Civil Rights Act of 1964
                                               Federal Constitution (1787-      Charles River Bridge v. Warren Bridge        Civilian Conservation Corps (1933-
                                                88)                               (1837)                                        42)
                                               Franco-American Alliance         Cherokee Nation v. Georgia (1831)            Containment (1947) 
                                                (1778)                           Chinese Exclusion Act (1882)                 Department of Housing and Urban
                                               Fundamental Orders of            Chisholm v. Georgia (1793)                    Development (HUD)
                                                Connecticut (1639)               Clayton Antitrust Act (1914)                 Détente (1970s)
                                               Halfway Covenant (1662)          Command of the Army Act (1867)               Eisenhower Doctrine (1957)
                                               Intolerable (Coercive) Acts      Compromise of 1850                           Elementary and Secondary Education
                                               Land Ordinance of 1785           Compromise of 1877                            Act and Higher Education Act (1965)
                                               Maryland Toleration Act          Compromise Tariff (1833)                     Emergency Banking Relief Bill (1933)
                                                (1649)                                                                     
Policies, Agreements, Court Rulings, etc.




                                                                                  Comstock Law (1873)                           Emergency Quota Act (1921)
                                               Mayflower Compact (1620)         Confiscation Act (1861)                      Engel v. Vitale (1962)
                                               Navigation Acts (1651,           Cumberland (National) Road (1818)            Environmental Protection Agency
                                                1660, 1663, 1673)                Dawes Severalty Act (1887)                    (EPA)
                                               New Jersey Plan (1787)           Dartmouth College v. Woodward (1819)         Equal Rights Amendment
                                               Northwest Ordinance of           Dollar Diplomacy                             Escobedo v. Illinois (1964)
                                                1787                             Dred Scott v. Sanford (1857)                 Espionage Act (1917)
                                               (British) Proclamation of        Emancipation Proclamation (1863)             Fair Deal (Truman)
                                                1763                             Embargo Act (1807)                           Fair Labor Standards Act (1938)
                                               Quartering Acts (1765,           Federal Trade Commission Act (1914)          Federal Deposit Insurance
                                                1774)
                                                                                 Fletcher v. Peck (1810)                       Corporation (1933)
                                               Stamp Act and Stamp Act
                                                                                 Force Acts (KKK Acts) (1870-71)              Federal Emergency Relief Act (1933)
                                                Congress (1765)
                                                                                 Freedman’s Bureau (1865)                     Federal Highway Act (1956)
                                               Tea Act (1773)
                                                                                 Freeport Doctrine (1858)                     Federal Reserve Act (1913)
                                               Three-Fifths Compromise
                                                                                 Fugitive Slave Act/Law                       Fordney McCumber Act (1922)
                                                (1787) 
                                                                                 Gibbons v. Ogden (1824)                      Full Employment Act (1946)
                                               Townshend Acts (1766)
                                                                                 Gold Standard Act (1900)                     Furman v. Georgia (1972)
                                               Treaty of Paris (1783)
                                                                                 Homestead Act (1862)                         Geneva Conference (1954)
                                               Virginia Plan (1787)
                                                                                 Independent Treasury Act (1846)              Gideon v. Wainwright (1963)
                                                                                 Indian Removal Act (1830)                    Griswold v. Connecticut (1965)
                                                                                 Insular Cases (1901-1904)                    Gulf of Tonkin Resolution (1964)
                                                                                 Interstate Commerce Act (1887)               Great Society
                                                                                 Jay Treaty (1795)                            Hawley-Smoot Tariff (1930)
                                                                                 Jim Crow Laws                               Helsinki Accord (1975)
                                                                                 Judiciary Acts of 1789 and 1801              Isolationism 
                                                                                 Kansas-Nebraska Act (1854)                  Kellog-Briand Pact (1928)
                                                                                 Lincoln’s Proclamation of Amnesty and        Korematsu v. United States (1944)
                                                                                  Reconstruction (1863)                        Laissez-faire Economics 
                                                                                 Lincoln’s Ten-Percent Plan (1863)            Lend-Lease Act (1941)
                                                                                 Louisiana Purchase (1803)                   Marshall Plan (1947)
                                                                                 Macon’s Bill #2 (1810)                       Massive Retaliation 
                                                                                 Marbury v. Madison (1803)                   McCarran Internal Security Act (1947)
                                                                                 McCulloch v. Maryland (1819)                 McCarran-Walter Immigration and
                                                                                 McKinley assassinated (1890)                  Nationality Act (1952)
                                                                                 McKinley Tariff (1890)                       McCarthyism 
                                                                                 Military Reconstruction Act                  Meat Inspection Act (1906)
                                                                                 Missouri Compromise (1820)
                                                                                 Monroe Doctrine (1823)
                                                                                 Morrill Land Grant Act (1862)
                                                                                 Munn v. Illinois (1877)
                                                               APUSH: Key Terms of Study (2009-2010)

      Time
      Period
                                            Pre-Columbian – 1789:                     1790-1914                                 1915 – Present
                                                                       National Reclamation Act (1902)               Medicare and Medicaid (1965)
                                                                       Nonintercourse Act (1809)                     Miranda v. Arizona (1966)
                                                                       Open door policy                              Munich Agreement (1938)
                                                                       Oregon Treaty (1846)                          NAFTA
                                                                       Ostend Manifesto (1854)                       National Defense Act (1947)
                                                                       Patronage (nepotism)                          National (Industrial) Recovery Act
                                                                       Pendleton Act (1883)                           (1933)
                                                                       Pinkney’s Treaty (1795)                       National Origins Act (1924)
                                                                       Platt Amendment (1901)                        National Security Council
                                                                       Plessy v. Ferguson (1896)                     National War Labor Board
                                                                       Protective Tariff                             NATO Agreement (1949)
                                                                       Pure Food and Drug Act (1906)                 Neutrality Act (1937)
                                                                       Radical Reconstruction (1865-1877)            New Deal
                                                                       Roosevelt Corollary (1904)                    New York Times v. United States
                                                                       Rush-Bagot Agreement/Treaty (1817)             (1971)
                                                                       sharecropping                                 Nixon Doctrine (1969)
                                                                       Sherman Antitrust Act (1890)                  Northern Securities Co. v. United
                                                                       Sherman Silver Purchase Act (1890)             States (1904)
                                                                       Sixteenth Amendment (1913)                    Office of Economic Opportunity
                                                                       Seventeenth Amendment (1913)                  Panama Canal treaties (1977)
                                                                       Specie Circular (1836)                        Peace Corps (1961)
                                                                       Standard Oil Co. v. United States (1911)      Port Huron Statement (1962)
                                                                                                                  
Policies, Agreements, Court Rulings, etc.




                                                                        Sugar and Currency Acts (1764)                 Project Apollo
                                                                       Tallmadge Amendment (1819)                    Reconstruction Finance Corporation
                                                                       Tariff of Abominations (1828)                  (1932)
                                                                       Teller Amendment (1898)                       Reganomics 
                                                                       Tenure of Office Act (1867)                   Regents of University of California v.
                                                                       Timber Culture Act (1873)                      Bakke (1978)
                                                                       Treaty of Ghent (1814)                        Relief, recovery, and reform
                                                                       Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo (1848)            Roe v. Wade (1973)
                                                                       Treaty of Paris (1899)                        SALT (Strategic Arms Litigation
                                                                       United States v. E.C. Knight Co. (1895)        Treaty) (1972)
                                                                       Kentucky and Virginia Resolutions (1798-      SALT-II
                                                                        99)                                           Schechter Poultry Co. v. United
                                                                       Wabash case (1866)                             States (1935)
                                                                       Wade-Davis Bill (1864)                        Securities Exchange Commission
                                                                       Webster-Ashburton Treaty (1842)                (1934)
                                                                       Wilmot Proviso (1846)                         Sedition Act (1918)
                                                                       Wilson-Gorman Tariff (1894)                   Selective Service Act (1917)
                                                                       Worcester v. Georgia (1832)                   Servicemen’s Readjustment Act (G.I.
                                                                                                                       Bill) (1944)
                                                                                                                      Social Security Administration (1935)
                                                                                                                      Stimson Doctrine (1932)
                                                                                                                      Star Wars
                                                                                                                      Taft-Hartley Act (1947)
                                                                                                                      Tennessee Valley Authority
                                                                                                                      Treaty of Versailles (1919)
                                                                                                                      Tripartite Pact (1940)
                                                                                                                      Truman Doctrine (1947)
                                                                                                                      Twenty-sixth Amendment (1971)
                                                                                                                      United States v. Butler (1936)
                                                                                                                      “Voice of America”
                                                                                                                      Volstead Act (1919)
                                                                                                                      Voting Rights Act of 1965
                                                                                                                      Wagner Act/National Labor Relations
                                                                                                                       Act (1935)
                                                                                                                      War on Poverty (1964)
                                                                                                                      War Powers Resolution (Act, 1973)
                                                                                                                      Warsaw Pact (1955)
                                                                                                                      Washington Naval Conference (1921-
                                                                                                                       22)
                                                                                                                      Works Progress Administration
                                                                                                                       (1935)
                           APUSH: Key Terms of Study (2009-2010)

 terms
1. Checks and balances 
2. Columbian Exchange 
3. Deism 
4. Enlightenment 
5. Half-way covenant (1662) 
6. mercantilism 
7. Separation of powers 
8. Republican government/ republicanism 
9. Cult of Domesticity / Republican Motherhood 
10. The Frontier Thesis (Turner Thesis) 
11. Gospel of Wealth 
12. Horizontal Integration 
13. Jacksonian Democracy 
14. judicial review 
15. Manifest Destiny 
16. Nullification 
17. Perfectionism 
18. popular sovereignty 
19. Social Darwinism 
20. Social gospel 
21. Taylorism 
22. Transcendentalism 
23. Vertical Integration 
24. Black Power 
25. Domino Theory 
26. Feminism 
27. French and Indian War (1756-1763) 
28. The (First) Great Awakening (1720s-1740s) 
29. Second Great Awakening (Early 1800s)
30. American Federation of Labor 
31. Hawks and Doves 
32. Muckrakers 
33. New Immigrants (1880-1924)
34. Robber Barons 
35. Hoovervilles 
36. Articles of Confederation (1781-87) 
37. Three-Fifths Compromise (1787) 
38. American System (Internal Improvements) 
39. Jim Crow Laws 
40. Kansas-Nebraska Act (1854) 
41. Louisiana Purchase (1803) 
42. Marbury v. Madison (1803) 
43. Missouri Compromise (1820) 
44. Containment (1947) 
45. Détente (1970s)
46. Isolationism 
47. Laissez-faire Economics 
48. Massive Retaliation 
49. McCarthyism 
50. Reganomics 

								
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