Review items for midterm

Soem things to jar your memory…

Documents covered:

D of I, A of C, Constitution, Bill of Rights, Federalist #10, Washington’s Farewell Address, “Sinners in the Hands…,”  Declaration of the Causes and Necessity of Taking Up Arms, “Give Me Liberty…”  South Carolina Exposition

Important people:

Nathaniel Bacon, Jonathan Edwards, Benjamin Franklin, Alexander Hamilton, Handsome Lake, Anne Hutchinson, Patrick Henry, Iroquois Confederacy, John Jay,  Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, John Marshall, John Smith, Mississippian culture, Thomas Paine, Pilgrims/ Separatists, Puritans,  Daniel Shays, Tecumseh, George Washington, Roger Williams, Pontiac, John Peter Zenger, indentured servants, Andrew Jackson, Henry Clay,  John Calhoun, Aaron Burr, Roger Williams, William Penn, Andrew Jackson, John Adams, Sam Adams, John Locke, Baron de Montesquieu


Stamp Act Congress, Treaty of Tordesillas, Federalist Party/Blue Lights, Maryland Act of Toleration, Great Compromise, Proclamation of 1763, 3/5 Compromise, Quebec Act,        Treaty of Paris of 1783, Tea Act, Declaratory Act, Electoral College system, checks and balances, judicial review, Land Ordinance of 1785, Northwest Ordinance, Fundamental Orders, slave codes, Embargo Act, Virginia & Kentucky Resolutions, Alien and Sedition Acts, Louisiana Purchase, Battle of New Orleans, Intolerable Acts, Mayflower Compact,   New Light Colleges, writ of habeas corpus, predestination, elastic clause/“necessary & proper,” Marbury v. Madison, South Carolina Exposition, Columbian Exchange, “the elect”, New England Confederation, Dominion of New England, “City on a Hill”, “visible saints”, committees of correspondence, Halfway Covenant, 1st/ 2nd Continental Congress, House of Burgesses, Log College/ Princeton, Harvard College, New Lights/ Old Lights, Albany Congress, nullification, compact theory, social contract


2 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by anon on October 4, 2010 at 5:33 pm

    i dont think we should have homework right before the midterm 😐

  2. Posted by Scoop2go on October 6, 2010 at 8:26 pm

    Ummmmm, ohhhhh-kay.

    Did you NOT get that these were hints about the test, not “homework?” Jeesh.

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