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Official AP US Cram Packet

Official AP US Cram Packet

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United States
History
Cram Packet
The Official
By Renata Melamud
1999
Copyright \u00a9 1999. Renata Melamud. All Rights Reserved.
\u2022
1494: Treaty of Tordesillas \u2013 divides world between Portugal and Spain
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1497: John Cabot lands in North America.
\u2022
1513: Ponce de Leon claims Florida for Spain.
\u2022
1524: Verrazano explores North American Coast.
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1539-1542: Hernando de Soto explores the Mississippi River Valley.
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1540-1542: Coronado explores what will be the Southwestern United States.
\u2022
1565: Spanish found the city of St. Augustine in Florida.
\u2022
1579: Sir Francis Drake explores the coast of California.
\u2022
1584 \u2013 1587: Roanoke \u2013 the lost colony
\u2022
1607: British establish Jamestown Colony \u2013 bad land, malaria, rich men, no gold
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Headright System \u2013 lad for population \u2013 people spread out
\u2022
1608: French establish colony at Quebec.
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1609: United Provinces establish claims in North AMerica.
\u2022
1614: Tabacco cultivation introduced in Virginia. \u2013 by Rolfe
\u2022
1619: First African slaves brought to British America.
\u2022
Virginia begins representative assembly \u2013 House of Burgesses
\u2022
1620: Plymouth Colony is founded.
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Mayflower Compact signed \u2013 agreed rule by majority
\u2022
1624 \u2013 New York founded by Dutch
\u2022
1629: Mass. Bay founded \u2013 \u201cCity Upon a Hill\u201d
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Gov. Winthrop
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Bi-cameral legislature, schools
\u2022
1630: The Puritan Migration
\u2022
1632: Maryland \u2013 for profit \u2013 proprietorship
\u2022
1634 \u2013 Roger Williams banished from Mass. Bay Colony
\u2022
1635: Connecticut founded
\u2022
1636: Rhode Island is founded \u2013 by Roger Williams
\u2022
Harvard College is founded
\u2022
1638 \u2013 Delaware founded \u2013 1st church, 1st school
\u2022
1649 \u2013 Maryland Toleration Act \u2013 for Christains \u2013 latter repealed
\u2022
1650-1696: The Navigation Acts are enacted by Parliament.
- limited trade, put tax on items
\u2022
1660 \u2013 Half Way Covenant \u2013 get people back into church \u2013 erosion of Puritanism
\u2022
1670: Charles II grants charter for Carolina colonies \u2013 Restoration Colony
\u2022
1672: Blue Laws: Connecticut \u2013 death codes for disagreeing with parents or bible
\u2022
1676: Bacons Rebellion \u2013 Virginia \u2013 Bacon wants frontier protection from royal Gov. Berkeley \u2013 put down
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first uprising against British
\u2022
1682: Pennsylvania is founded by William Penn. \u2013 Quaker \u2013 1st library \u2013 center of thought

North
Set up laws / codes
Brought families
Less land = closeness
Social and economic mobility
Puritan work ethic
Better relations with Indians

South
Dependent on crop \u2013 kills land
Less urbanized
Poorer communication, transportation
Indian problems
Slower defense

\u2022
1686: Dominion of New England \u2013 royal Gov. Andros \u2013 attempt to unify Northern colonies to curb
independence \u2013
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Suspended liberties \u2013 town meetings
Copyright \u00a9 1999. Renata Melamud. All Rights Reserved.
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Failed \u2013 Andros left
\u2022
1689-1713: King William's War (The War of the League of Augsburg).
\u2022
1692: The Salem Witchcraft Trials.
\u2022
1696: Parliamentary Act.
\u2022
1699-1750: Restrictions on colonial manufacturing.
\u2022
1700\u2019s \u2013 Enlightenment \u2013 reason, natural rights, diesm (god made universe but doesn\u2019t control it)
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John Locke, Adam Smith, Rousseau
Colony Characteristics
Bi-cameral legislature
White, male, landowners vote
Town meetings
No British Troops
Mobocracy to oppose authority
Legislature \u2013 governor is puppet
Courts / law
Small, Balanced, Elected
No standing armies
\u2022
1702-1713: Queen Anne's War (War of the Spanish Succession).
\u2022
1720 \u2013 1740: Great Awakening \u2013 George Whitefield, Edwards, Gibbens \u2013 threatning
- salvation for all, extreme piety, Divine Spirit
\u2022
1733: Georgia Colony is founded. \u2013 buffer state
\u2022
Molasses Act \u2013 import tax on molasses, sugar, rum \u2013
to curb trade with French West Indies \u2013 not strictly enforced
\u2022
1735: Zenger Trial \u2013 victory for freedom of the press \u2013 truth is not libel
\u2022
1740-1748: King George's War (War of the Austrian Succession).
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1754-1763: The French and Indian War
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Over Ohio River Valley \u2013 trade / settlement
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French build forts \u2013 Fort Duquesne \u2013 and are friendly with the Indians
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English Gov. Dunwittie has stock in Ohio Land Company \u2013 sends George Washington to
expel the French
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British declare war
\u2022
1754 \u2013 Albany Plan of Union - for defense \u2013 fails and shows disunity of colonies

Colonies Reject
Taxation by colony, crown, and colonial gov.
Southern stated don\u2019t want to participate in

Northern wars
Representation based on hom much money each

colony gives
British should be responsible for protection
President not elected

Crown\u2019s Rejection
Colonies make own laws
Colonies have own protection
Colonies have right to declare war

\u2022
1761 \u2013 writs of assistance \u2013 search warrents to enforce Navigation acts \u2013 James Otis opposes
\u2022
1763: Treaty of Paris ends the French and Indian War - French loose all territory
\u2022
Paxton Boys Rebellion \u2013 dissatisfied about frontier protection in PA
\u2022
Proclamation of 1763 restricts settlement west of the Appalachians
\u2022
Pontiac\u2019s Rebellion \u2013 tribes organize against British movement
\u2022
SALUTORY NEGLECT ENDS
\u2022
1764: The Sugar \u2013 to raise revenue \u2013 England in debt
-
cut Molasses Act in half
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objection \u2013 1st direct tax \u2013 \u201cNo taxation without representation\u201d
\u2022
Currency Acts \u2013 prevents printing of colonial money
\u2022
1765: The Stamp Act \u2013 tax on printed materials to \u201ckeep troops in colonies\u201d
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colonists don\u2019t want standing army
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Sons of Liberty enforce non-importation
\u2022
Stamp Act Congress \u2013 Protests Stamp Act
Copyright \u00a9 1999. Renata Melamud. All Rights Reserved.

Side Note:
Admiralty Courts \u2013 royal
courts that were paid for
convictions.

- Colonists oppose

Historiography
Bonomi \u2013 awakening was a
contest between Enlightenment
and Pietism

Butler \u2013 Awakening didn\u2019t
occur \u2013 not united, different
congregations, no structure

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