Welcome to Scribd, the world's digital library. Read, publish, and share books and documents. See more
Download
Standard view
Full view
of .
Save to My Library
Look up keyword
Like this
8Activity
0 of .
Results for:
No results containing your search query
P. 1
APUSH First Semester Study Guides

APUSH First Semester Study Guides

Ratings: (0)|Views: 9,397|Likes:
Published by erykah722

More info:

Published by: erykah722 on Jan 08, 2010
Copyright:Attribution Non-commercial

Availability:

Read on Scribd mobile: iPhone, iPad and Android.
download as RTF, PDF, TXT or read online from Scribd
See more
See less

12/06/2012

pdf

text

original

 
APUSH Unit 2 Test Study Guide
Chapter 4 Questions:
1.
The Portuguese were aided by financiers from what country to create a center for sugar production innortheast Brazil?
2.
The English entered the slave trade with the voyages of:
3.
One of the few narratives providing an African recount of enslavement is by who?
4.
The reaction of the African captives to being put on the ships was one of what?
5.
According to a French trader, many African slaves were convinced that they would be what?
6.
Slaves were not as numerous as indentured servants in the 17
th
century Chesapeake because:
7.
The African who in 1564 petitioned a local Virginia court for his freedom was:
8.
Those slaves who were offspring of slaves already in North America were said to be what?
9.
The single most important commodity produced in the 18
th
century North American colonies was what?
10.
Slavery in the Spanish colonies was what?
Chapter 5 Questions:
1.
As representatives of the Catholic Church, Spanish missionaries believed what?
2.
The heart of the French community in North America was the what?
3.
Communities such as Detroit and Kahnawake, which combined European and Native Americanelements, were characteristic of the what?
4.
Religious persecution in Massachusetts Bay included what?
5.
The middle colonies of New York and Pennsylvania were quite similar because both were what?
6.
Most North American colonists in the mid-18
th
century found the community to be more important thanthe what?
7.
The majority of North American colonists made their living as what?
8.
Non-British immigrants to British North America were allowed to become naturalized citizens of thecolonies by parliament's passage of the ____________ of 1740.
9.
The most wealthy and economically sound colony in the New World was what?
10.
A basic principle of order in 18
th
century Britain was deference to a(n) what?
Chapter 6 Questions:
1.
The 1765 pamphlet, considerations on the Propriety of Imposing Taxes, written by Daniel Dulanyargued what?
2.
The main way the colonists protested the Townshend Revenues Acts was through what?
3.
The Daughters of Liberty organized what?
4.
Which colony enacted the first legislation banning the import of goods that were enumerated in theTownshend Acts?
5.
The Tea Act of 1773 was an effort to save what?
6.
The Boston Tea Party was held to do what?
7.
The First Continental Congress in 1774, passed a Declaration and Resolves measure that did what?
8.
The Quartering Act legalized what?
9.
Who replaced Thomas Hutchinson as governor of Massachusetts?
10.
Members of the Second Continental Congress were elected how?
11.
In Common Sense, the Englishmen Thomas Paine argued what?
12.
In 1776, what two foreign powers approved the shipping of supplies to the rebellious colonies?
 
APUSH Unit 2 Test Study Guide
Chapter 4 Answers:
1.
Holland
2.
John Hawkins
3.
Olaudah Equiano
4.
Despair and desire to escape.
5.
Eaten
6.
They offered little economic benefit (cost twice as much but had a shorter lifespan)
7.
John Castor 
8.
Country born
9.
Tobacco
10.
Criticized by the Church and Crown, but still continued.
Chapter 5 Answers:
1.
They were protectors of the traditions of Rome.
2.
The communities of farmers.
3.
Inclusive frontier 
4.
Banishment (Anglicans & Baptists) & exiling, jailing, whipping, and executing (Quakers).
5.
Ethnically diverse
6.
Individual
7.
Subsistence farmers
8.
Plantation Act
9.
New England
10.
Natural Hierarchy
Chapter 6 Questions:
1.
Actual representation (no taxing without elected Parliament members)
2.
Non-importation and non-consumption
3.
Spinning and weaving bees to produce homespun for local consumption.
4.
Virginia
5.
The East India Company
6.
Imposed sanctions against British imports and exports.
7.
Resolve the impasse on what to do with the tea ships.
8.
Housing of troops at public expense.
9.
Thomas Gage
10.
Colony-wide conventions
11.
That the British system rested on aristocracy and monarchy and was not appropriate for America.
12.
France & Spain
 
APUSH Unit 3 Test Study GuideQuestions
1.
The militias during the war for independence were what?
2.
The war in the trans-Appalachian West did what?
3.
The members of the American peace commission included who?
4.
The Americans who did not support the Patriot cause and remained true to the British crown calledthemselves what?
5.
One of the most accomplished mathematicians and astronomers of late 18
th
-century America was theAfrican American ___________________________.
6.
The phrase developed during the Revolutionary War for things of little or no value was
7.
The 3-year delay in the ratification of the Articles of Confederation revealed what?
8.
The secretary of finance who began to establish a sound financial basis for the United States in 1781was who?
9.
The secretary enjoyed victory after victory in the South between 1778 and 1780, with the biggestvictory at _______________________.
10.
The women who traveled with armies were known as what?
11.
The label for the political position that argued for balanced government and opposed the king'sprerogative before 1776 and the tyranny of the majority after 1776 was known as:
12.
The 11,000 men under George Washington's command at Valley Forge formed the what?
13.
Of all the new state constitutions, one of the most democratic was that of which state?
14.
Revolutionary idealism, upholding freedom and equality as goal had which effects?
15.
The legislation that provided for the organization and government of the territory north of theOhio River was the what?
16.
Hamilton's fiscal program gave wealthy Americans an interest in what?
17.
The Anti-Federalist believed in what?
18.
The Federalist-controlled Congress passed the Alien and Sedition Acts because
19.
Who was described by Jefferson as "hot-headed" and "indecent towards the President"?
20.
The fundamental problem leading to the Indian wars and the defeat of Harmar and St.Clair in 1790and 1791 was the what?
21.
The map of distribution of the vote on ratification of the Constitution shows that those in favor livedwhere?
22.
During the inflationary period of the Revolutionary War, which year saw the most rapid loss of value for continental currency?
23.
As a result of the battle of Fallen Timbers the Indians did what?
24.
The British policy in the south was one of what?
25.
The map of North America after the Treaty of Paris shows that what?
26.
The battles in New York and New Jersey in the summer and fall of 1776 convinced Washington of what?
27.
During 1777 and 1778, which pair of nations, traditional enemies of Great Britain, loaned theAmericans money?
28.
The Continental Army's winter encampment of 1778, which came to symbolize the Patriotsendurance and egalitarianism,was at
29.
In 1788, which state was the linchpin in the Federalist campaign for the Constitution to beratified?
30.
Who led the Jeffersonian Republicans following the retirement of Madison?
31.
On the issue of slavery, the Constitution in 1787 effectively guaranteed what?
32.
The most likely opponents of the Constitution at the ratifying conventions were who?
33.
The Patriots referred to those Americans who remained loyal to the British crown as what?

Activity (8)

You've already reviewed this. Edit your review.
1 hundred reads
1 thousand reads
Donna Raucci liked this
Alan Barradas liked this
Kyu Chang Han liked this
Yamapi Sama liked this

You're Reading a Free Preview

Download
/*********** DO NOT ALTER ANYTHING BELOW THIS LINE ! ************/ var s_code=s.t();if(s_code)document.write(s_code)//-->