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A. P.

United States History


Key Terms and Historical Figures
From American Pageant 13th Edition

Chapter 1 New World Beginnings


Key Terms

Historical Figures to Know

Canadian
Shield

Incas

Aztecs

Ferdinand of
Aragon

Isabella of
Castile

Nationstates

Cahokia

Francisco
Coronado

Francisco
Pizarro

Middlemen

Caravel

Threesister
farming
Plantation

Columbian
exchange

Treaty of
Tordesillas

Encomiend
a

Dona
Marina
Robert de
La Salle

Hernan
Cortes
John Cabot

Noche triste

mestizos

Conquistado
res
Black
Legend

Capitalis
m
Battle of
Acoma

Popes
Rebellion

Christoph
er
Columbu
s
Bartolom
e de Las
Casas
Moctezu
ma
Father
Junipero
Sera

Chapter 2 The Planting of English America, 1500 1733


Key Terms

Historical Figures to
Know

Protestant
Reformatio
n
Primogenit
ure

Roanoke
Island

Spanish
Armada

Henry VIII

Elizabeth I

Joint-stock
company

Virginia
Company

Sir Walter
Raleigh

James I

Charter

Jamestow
n

First AngloPowhatan
War

Powhatan

Pocahontas

Second
AngloPowhatan
War
Barbados
Slave Code

House of
Burgesses

Act of
Toleration

John Rolfe

Lord
Baltimore

Squatters

James
Oglethorpe

Hiawatha

Tuscarora
War

Yamasee
Indians

Iroquois
Confederati
on
Buffer

Sir
Francis
Drake
Captain
John
Smith
Lord De
La Warr
Oliver
Cromwell

Chapter 3 Settling the Northern Colonies, 1619 1700

Key Terms

Calvinism

Puritans

Massachus
etts Bay
Colony
Fundament
al Orders
New
England
Confederati
on
Navigation
Laws
Patroonship
s

Historical Figures to Know

Predestinat
ion
Separatists

Conversion

Great
English
Migration
Pequot War

Mayflower
Compact
Antinomiani
sm

English
Civil War

King Phillips
War
Dominion of
New
England

Glorious
Revolution
Quakers

Salutary
neglect
Blue laws

Martin
Luther
John
Winthrop
Massasoit

John Calvin

Sir Edmund
Andros
Henry
Hudson

Anne
Hutchinson
Metacom
(King
Phillip)
William III

Mary II

Peter
Stuyvesant

Duke of
York

William
Penn

William
Bradford
Roger
Williams
Charles
II

Chapter 4 American Life in the Seventeenth Century,


1607 - 1692
Key Terms

Indentured
Servants
Royal
African
Company
Congregatio
nal Church
Salem witch
trials

Historical Figures to Know

Headright
system
Middle
Passage

Jeremiad

Leislers
Rebellion

Bacons
Rebellion
Slave
Codes

William
Berkeley

Half-Way
Covenant

Nathaniel
Bacon

Chapter 5 Colonial Society on the Eve of Revolution


(1700-1775)
Key Terms

Historical Figures to Know

Paxton Boys

New York
Slave
Revolt

Regulator
Movement

South
Carolina
Slave
Revolt
Arminianis
m

Triangular
Trade

Molasses
Act

Old lights

New lights

Zenger
Trial

Royal
colonies

Great
Awakenin
g
Poor
Richards
Almanac
Proprietar
y colonies

MichelGuillaume
Jean de
Crevecoeur
George
Whitefield

Jacobus
Arminius

Johnath
an
Edwards

John
Trumbull

John
Singleto
n Copley

Phillis
Wheatley

John Peter
Zenger

Chapter 6 The Duel for North America (1608- 1763)


Key Terms

Huguenots

Voyageurs

War of
Jenkins Ear

French and
Indian War
(Seven
Years War)
Battle of
Quebec

Historical Figures to Know

Edict of
Nantes
King
Williams
War
King
Georges
War
Albany
Congress

Coureurs
de bois
Queen
Annes War

Louis XIV

Edward
Braddock

Acadians

Regulars

Pontiacs
uprising

Proclamati
on of 1763

Samuel de
Champlain
James Wolfe

William
Pitt
Pontiac

Chapter 7 The Road to Revolution (1763-1775)


Key Terms
Republicani
sm
Sugar Act

Admiralty
Courts

Historical Figures to Know

Radical
Whigs
Quarterin
g Act

Mercantilism

Stamp Tax

Stamp Act
Congress

Sons of
Liberty

Townshend
Acts

Daughter
s of
Liberty
Boston
Massacre

Nonimportati
on
agreements
Declaratory
Act

Boston Tea
Party

Intolerab
le Acts

The
Association

Velley
Forge

Committees
of
Corresponde
nce
First
Continental
Congress
Camp
Followers

John
Hancock
Samuel
Adams

Lord North

Charles
Townshend

Crispus
Attucks

Marquis de
Lafayette

Baron von
Steuben

Lord
Dunmore

George
Grenville
Thomas
Hutchins
on
George
III

Chapter 8 America Secedes from the Empire (17751783)


Key Terms

Second
Continental
Congress
Hessians

Bunker
Hill
(Battle of)
Common

Historical Figures to Know

Olive
Branch
Petition
Declaration

Ethan Allen

Benedict
Arnold

Thomas

Abigail

Richard
Montgom
ery
Richard

Sense

Declaration
of the
Rights of
Man
Long Island
(Battle of)

Loyalists

Battle of
Trenton

Armed
Neutrality

Battle of
Yorktown

Treaty of
Fort
Stanwix
Treaty of
Paris

of
Independe
nce
Patriots

Paine

Adams

Henry Lee

Lord Charles
Cornwallis

William
Howe

John
Burgoyne

Battle of
Saratoga

Benjamin
Franklin

Nathanael
Greene

Privateers

Joseph Brant

Comte de
Rochambea
u
George
Rogers
Clark

Admiral
de Grasse

Chapter 9 The Confederation and the Constitution


(1776-1790)
Key Terms

Historical Figures to Know

Articles of
Confederati
on
Shays
Rebellion
Great
Compromis
e
Three-fifths
compromis
e
The
Federalist

Old
Northwest

Virginia
Plan
Common
Law

Virginia
Statute for
Religious
Freedom

Land
Ordinance
of 1785
New Jersey
Plan
Civil Law

Antifederali
sts

Society of
the
Cincinnati
Civic Virtue

Lord
Sheffield

Daniel
Shays

Federalists

Disestablis
hed

Republican
Motherhoo
d

Patrick
Henry

Chapter 10 Launching the New Ship of State (1789


1800)
Key Terms
Bill of
Rights
Assumption

Bank of the
United
States

Neutrality
Proclamatio
n

Historical Figures to Know

Judiciary
Act of 1789
Tariff

Whiskey
Rebellion

Battle of
Fallen
Timbers

Funding at
Par
Excise

Reign of
Terror

Treaty of
Greenville

George
Washington
Edmond
Genet

Alexander
Hamilton
Little Turtle

John Jay

John Adams

Louis
XVI
Mad
Anthony
Wayne
Charles
Maurice
de
Talleyran
d

Jays Treaty

XYZ Affair

Sedition Act

Pinckneys
Treaty
Convention
of 1800
Virginia
and
Kentucky
Resolutions

Farewell
Address
Alien Laws

Chapter 11 The Triumphs and Travails of the


Jeffersonian Republic (1800 1812)
Key Terms

Revolution
of 1800
Marbury v.
Madison
Louisiana
Purchase
Corps of
Discovery
Chesapeak
e affair

Macons Bill
no. 2

Historical Figures to Know

Judiciary
Act of 1801
Tripolitan
War
Orders in
Council

Embargo
Act

War Hawks

Midnight
judges
Haitian
Revolution
Impressme
nt

Non0Intercourse
Act
Tippecanoe
, Battle of

Thomas
Jefferson
Albert
Gallatin
Napoleon
Bonaparte

Meriwether
Lewis

William
Clark
John
Marshall
Robert R.
Livingston

William
Clark

Sacajawe
a

Aaron Burr

James
Madison

Tecumseh

James
Wilkinson
Tenskwataw
a (The
Prophet)

Sally
Hemings
Samuel
Chase
Toussaint
LOuvert
ure

Chapter 12 The Second War for Independence and the


Upsurge of Nationalism (1812-1824)
Key Terms

War of
1812

Treaty of
Ghent
Tariff of
1816

Panic of
1819

Historical Figures to Know

Battle of
New
Orleans
Hartford
Convention
American
System

Congress
of Vienna

Isaac Brock

Francis
Scott Key

Land Act of
1820

Peculiar
institution

Loose
constructio
n
Fletcher v.
Peck

Missouri
Compromis
e
Cohens v.
Virginia

Rush-Bagot
agreement
Era of
Good
Feelings
Tallmadge
Amendme
nt
McCulloch
v.
Maryland
Gibbons v.
Ogden

Florida
Purchase

Dartmouth
College v.
Woodward
Monroe
Doctrine

AngloAmerican
Convention
RussoAmerican

Oliver
Hazard
Perry
James
Monroe

Thomas
Macdonou
gh
George
Canning

Treaty

Treaty

Chapter 13 The Rise of a Mass Democracy (1824 1840)


Key Terms

Historical Figures to Know

Corrupt
Bargain

Spoils
System

Nullification
Crisis

Indian
Removal
Act
Bank War

Compromis
e Tariff of
1833
Trail of
Tears

Specie
Circular

Goliad

Tariff of
Abominatio
ns
Force Bill

John Quincy
Adams

Andrew
Jackson

Denmark
Vesey

John C.
Calhoun

Black Hawk

Nicholas
Biddle

Black Hawk
War

Daniel
Webster

Henry Clay

AntiMasonic
Party
Panic of
1837

Pet Banks

Stephen
Austin

Sam
Houston

Martin
Van
Buren
Santa
Anna

Alamo

William
Henry
Harrison

San
Jacinto,
Battle of

Chapter 14 Forging the National Economy (1790 1860)


Key Terms

SelfReliance
Ancient
Order of
Hibernians
KnowNothing
party
Cotton Gin

Commonwe
alth v. Hunt
McCormick
Reaper
Clipper
Ships

Market
Revolution

Historical Figures to Know

Rendezvou
s
Molly
Maguires

Ecological
Imperialism
Tammany
Hall

Awful
Disclosure
s
Patent
Office
Factory
Girls
Turnpike

Industrial
Revolution

Pony
Express

Samuel
Slater
Isaac Singer

Eli Whitney

Samuel F.
B. Morse

Gyrus
McCormick

Robert
Fulton

Limited
Liability
Cult of
domesticity
Erie Canal

Cyrus Field

John Jacob
Astor

Transportati
on
Revolution

Elias
Howe
John
Deere
DeWitt
Clinton

Chapter 15 The Ferment of Reform and Culture (1790 1860)

Key Terms

Historical Figures to Know

The Age of
Reason

Deism

Mormons

Burned-Over
District
American
Temperance
Society

Maine
Law of
1851

New Harmony

Brook
Farm

Shakers

Hudson River
school

Federal
Style
Minstrel
shows

Transcendental
ism

The
American
Scholar

Second
Great
Awakening
Lyceum

Peter
Cartwright

Womans
Rights
Conventio
ns at
Seneca
Falls
Oneida
Communit
y
Greek
Revival
Romanticis
m

Brigham
Young
Neal S.
Dow

Susan B.
Anthony

Charles
Grandison
Finney
Horace
Mann
Lucretia
Mott

Joseph
Smith

Dorothea
Dix
Elizabeth
Cady
Stanton

Lucy Stone

Amelia
Bloomer

Robert
Owen
James
Fennimore
Cooper
Walt
Whitman

John J.
Audubon
Ralph
Waldo
Emerson
Henry
Wadsworth
Longfellow
Edgar Allan
Poe

Stephen
C. Foster
Henry
David
Thoreau
Louisa
May
Alcott
Nathanie
l
Hawthor
ne

Francis
Parkman

Emily
Dickinson

Herman
Melville

Chapter 16 The South and the Slavery Controversy


(1793 - 1860)
Key Terms

Historical Figures to Know

West Africa
Squadron
Responsorial

Breakers

Black Belt

Amistad

American
Colonization
Society
American AntiSlavery
Society

Nat
Turners
Rebellion
Liberia

The
Liberator

Narrative
of the Life
of
Frederick
Douglass

Mason-Dixon
Line

Appeal to
the
Colored
Citizens of
the World
Gag
Resolution

Willian T.
Johnson
Nat Turner

Theodore
Dwight
Weld

David
Walker
Willian
Wilberforce

Frederick
Douglass

Sojourne
r Truth
Martin
Delany
William
Lloyd
Garrison

Chapter 17 Manifest Destiny and its Legacy (1841 1848)


Key Terms

Tariff of 1842

Caroline

Historical Figures to Know

Creole

John Tyler

James K.

Stephen

Polk

Aroostook War

Manifest
Destiny

Liberty party

California Bear
Flag Republic

Conscience
Whigs

Walker
Tariff
Battle of
Buena
Vista
Wilmot
Proviso

Fifty-four
forty or
fight
Spot
resolutions
Treaty of
Guadalupe
Hidalgo

John C.
Fremont

Winfield
Scott

David
Wilmot

W.
Kearney
Nicholas
P. Trist

Chapter 18 Renewing the Sectional Struggle (1848 1854)


Key Terms
Popular
Sovereignty
Underground
Railroad

Fugitive Slave
Law

Opium War

Gadsden
Purchase

Free Soil
Party
Seventh
of March
Speech
ClaytonBulwer
Treaty
Treaty of
Wanghia
KansasNebraska
Act

Historical Figures to Know


California
gold Rush
Compromi
se of 1850

Lewis Cass

Millard
Fillmore

Ostend
Manifesto

Caleb
Cushing

Treaty of
Kanagawa

Zachary
Taylor
Franklin
Pierce

Matthew C.
Perry

Harriet
Tubman
William
Walker

Chapter 19 Drifting Toward Disunion (1854 1861)


Key Terms

Historical Figures to Know

Uncle Toms
Cabin

The
Impending
Crisis of
the South

Lecompton
Constitution
Panic of 1857

Bleeding
Kansas
Tariff of
1857

Freeport
Question

Freeport
Doctrine

Constitutional
Union Party

Crittenden
Amendme
nts

New
England
Emigrant
Aid
Company
Dred Scott
v. Stanford
LincolnDouglas
debates
Harpers
Ferry

Harriet
Beecher
Stowe

Henry War
Beecher

James
Buchana
n

Charles
Sumner
Roger B.
Taney

Preston S.
Brooks
Stephen A.
Douglas

Dred
Scott
Abraham
Lincoln

John Brown

John C.
Breckinridg
e

Confederat
e States of
America

John
Jordan
Crittende
n

Chapter 20 Girding for War: The North and South


(1861 1865)

Key Terms

Historical Figures to Know

Fort Sumter

Border
States

West
Virginia

Trent Affair

Alabama

Laird Rams

Dominion of
Canada

New York
draft riots

Morrill Tariff
Act

Writ of
Habeas
corpus
Greenbac
ks

National
Banking
System

Homestead Act

U.S.
Sanitary
Commissi
on

Charles
Francis
Adams
Jefferson
Davis
Sally
Tompkins

Napoleon
III

Maximilia
n

Elizabeth
Blackwell

Clara
Barton

Chapter 21 The Furnace of War (1861 1865)


Key Terms

Historical Figures to Know

Battle of Bull
Run
(Manassas
Junction)
Monitor

Peninsula
Campaign

Merrimack

Thomas J.
(Stonewal
l) Jackson

George B.
McClellan

Robert E.
Lee

Second
Battle of
Bull Run

Battle of
Antietam

John Pope

A. E.
Burnside

Emancipation
Proclamation

George G.
Meade

George
Pickett

Battle of
Gettysburg

William
Tecumseh
Sherman

Salmon
Chase

Battle of
Shiloh
Congressional
Committee on
the Conduct
of the War
Union Party

Siege of
Vicksburg
Copperhe
ads

Battle of
Fredericksb
urg
Battle of
Fort Henry
and Fort
Donelson
Shermans
march
The Man
Without a
Country

Thirteenth
Amendme
nt
Gettysbur
g Address

Joseph
(Fighting
Joe)
Hooker
Ulysses S.
Grant

John Wilkes
Booth

Wildernes
s
Campaign

Appomatto
x
Courthouse

Reform Bill of
1867

Clement L.
Vallandigh
am

Chapter 22 The Ordeal of Reconstruction (1865


1877)
Key Terms

Freedmens
Bureau

10
percent
Reconstruct
ion plan

Historical Figures to Know

Wade-Davis
Bill

Oliver O.
Howard

Andrew
Johnson

Thaddeu
s
Stevens

Black Codes

Fourteenth
Amendment

Ex parte
Milligan

Pacific
Railroad Act
Reconstruct
ion Act

Redeemers

Union League

Scalawags

Ku Klux Klan
(KKK)
Sewards Folly

Force Acts

Civil Rights
Bill
Fifteenth
Amendmen
t
Womens
Loyal
League
Carpetbagg
ers
Tenure of
Office Act

Hiram
Revels
William
Seward

Edwin M.
Stanton

Benjami
n Wade

Chapter 23 Political Paralysis in the Gilded Age (1869


1896)
Key Terms

Historical Figures to Know

waving the
bloody shirt

Tweed Ring

Credit
Mobilier
Scandal
Patronage

Jay Gould

Horace
Greeley

Panic of 1873

Gilded Age

James A.
Garfield

Chester
Arthur

Compromise
of 1877

Civil Rights
Act of 1875

Sharecroppi
ng

Thomas B.
Reed

Tom
Watson

Jim Crow

Plessy v.
Ferguson

J. P.
Morgan

Homestead
Strike

Chinese
Exclusion
Act
Grandfathe
r Clause

Pendleton Act

Rutherfo
rd B.
Hayes
Grover
Clevelan
d
Williams
Jennings
Bryan

Chapter 24 Industry Come of Age (1865 1900)


Key Terms

Historical Figures to Know

Wabash, St.
Louis & Pacific
Railroad
Company v.
Illinois
Horizontal
integration

Interstate
commerce
Act

Vertical
Integration

Cornelius
Vanderbilt

Alexander
Graham
Bell

Thomas
Alva
Edison

Trust

Standard
Oil
Company

Andrew
Carnegie

John D.
Rockefelle
r

Mary
Harris
Mother
Jones

Interlocking
directorates

Social
Darwinists

Samuel
Gompers

National Labor
Union
American
Federation of
Labor

Knights of
Labor
Closed shop

Sherman
Anti-Trust
Act
Haymarket
Square

Chapter 25 America Moves to the City (1865 1900)

Key Terms

Historical Figures to Know

New
Immigration

Settlement
houses

Liberal
protestants

Jane
Addams

Charles
Darwin

Tuskegee
Institute

Land-grant
colleges

Pragmatis
m

W.E.B. Du
Bois

Joseph
Pulitzer

Yellow
journalism

Womans
Christian
Temperanc
e Union
(WCTU)

John
Dewey

Carrie
Chapman
Catt

Realism

National
American
Woman
Suffrage
Association
(NAWSA)
Naturalism

Regionalis
m

City Beautiful
Movement

Worlds
Columbian
Exposition

Henry
James
Frederick
Law
Olmsted

Mark
Twain
Augustus
SaintGaudens

Booker T.
Washingt
on
William
Randolph
Hearst
Horatio
Alger

Winslow
Homer

Chapter 26 The Great West and the Agricultural Rev


(1865 1896)
Key Terms

Reservation
system

Dawes
Severalty Act

Populists

Gold Standard
Act

Historical Figures to Know

Battle of
Little Big
Horn
Mining
Industry

Pullman
Strike

Battle of
Wounded
Knee
Mechanizati
on of
Agriculture
Fourth
Party
System

Frederick
Jackson
Turner
Marcus
Alonzo
Hanna

Jacob S.
Coxey

William
McKinle
y

Chapter 27 Empire and Expansion (1890 1909)


Key Terms

Big Sister
Policy

Insurrectos

Rough Riders

Insular Cases

Boxer
Rebellion

Historical Figures to Know

Great
Rapprochem
ent
USS. Maine

McKinley
Tariff

Josiah
Strong

Alfred
Thayer
Mahan
Liliuokalan
i

Richard
Olney

AntiImperialists
League
Platt
Amendment

Teller
Amendmen
t
Foraker Act

Dupuy de
Lome

George
Dewey

Open Door
note

William H.
Taft

John Hay

HayPauncefote
Treaty

Roosevelt
Corollary

James
G.
Blaine
Butche
r
Weyler
Emilio
Aguinald
o
Theodor
e
(Teddy
)
Rooseve
lt

Root-Takahira
agreement

Chapter 28 Progressivism and the Republican


Roosevelt (1901 1912)
Key Terms

Historical Figures to Know

Social Gospel

Muckrakers

Initiative

Ida Tarbell

Referendum

Recall

Australian
ballot

Jacob A.
Riis

Muller v.
Oregon
Meat
Inspection Act

Elkins Act

Hetch
Hetchy
Valley
New
Freedom

Florence
Kelley
John Muir

Dollar
Diplomacy
New
Nationalism

Lochner v.
New York
Pure Food
and Drug
Act
PayneAldrich Bill

Henry
Demarest
Lloyd
Robert M.
(Fighting
Bob La
Follette
Frances E.
Willard
Herbert
Croly

Thorstei
n Veblen

Hiram
W.
Johnson

Gifford
Pinchot

Chapter 29 and 30 Wilsonian Progressivism and WWI


(1913 1920)
Key Terms

Historical Figures to Know

Underwood
Tariff

Federal
Reserve Act

Clayton Anti0Trust Act

Holding
companies

Adamson Act

Jones Act

Central
Powers
Lusitania

Allies

Committee on
Public
Information
War
Industries
board
Nineteenth
Amendment

Chateau-

Federal
Trade
Commissio
n Act
Workingme
ns
Compensati
on Act
Tampico
Incident

Louis D.
Brandeis

Francisco
Pancho
Villa

Arthur
Zimmerm
ann

George
Creel

Eugene V.
Debs

William D.
Big Bill
Haywood

Alice Paul

Henry
Cabot
Lodge

U-Boats

Zimmerma
nn Note
Espionage
Act

Industrial
Workers of
the World
SheppardTowner
Maternity
Act
Meuse-

Fourteen
Points
Schenck v.
United
States
Great
Migration

American
Expeditiona
ry Forces
(AEF)
League of

Thierry,
Battle of
Treaty of
Versailles

Argonne
Offensive
Irreconcilab
les

Nations

Chapter 31 American Life in the Roaring Twenties


(1920 1929)
Key Terms

Historical Figures to Know

Bolshevik
Revolution

Red Scare
(First)

American
plan

Immigration
Act of 1924

Volstead Act

Racketeers

Fundamentali
sm

United Negro
Improvement
Association
(UNIA)
Harlem
Renaissance

Scientific
Manageme
nt
Modernism

A. Mitchell
Palmer

Nicola
Sacco

Bartolome
o Vanzetti

Horace
Kallen

Randolph
Bourne

Al Capone

Criminal
syndicalism
laws
Eighteenth
Amendmen
t
Bible Belt

Fordism

Frederick
W. Taylor
Margaret
Sanger

John T.
Scopes
Charles A.
Lindbergh

Henry
Ford
Sigmund
Freud

Lost
Generation

H. L.
Mencken

F. Scott
Fitzgerald

Ernest
Hemingwa
y

T. S. Elliot

William
Faulkner

Langston
Hughes

Chapter 32 The Politics of Boom and Bust (1920


1932)
Key Terms
Adkins v.
Childrens
Hospital
HawleySmoot Tariff

Hooverville

Reconstructio
n Finance
Corporation
(RFC)

Dawes Plan

Historical Figures to Know

Agricultural
marketing
Act
KelloggBriand Pact

Nine-Power
Treaty

Warren G.
Harding

Albert B.
Fall

Black
Tuesday

John W.
Davis

Alfred E.
(Al
Smith

FordneyMcCumber
Tariff
Norris-La
Guardia
AntiInjunction
Act
Bonus Army

Teapot
Dome
Scandal
McNaryHaugen Bill

Calvin
Coolidge

Chapter 33 The Great Depression and New Deal (1933


1939)
Key Terms

Brain Trust

New Deal

Historical Figures to Know

Hundred

Franklin

Eleanor

Harry L.

Days (first)

Glass-Steagall
Banking
Reform Act

Civilian
conservatio
n Corps

Agricultural
Adjustment
Administratio
n (AAA)
Social
Security Act

Dust Bowl

Wagner Act

Congress of
Industrial
Organizations
(CIO)

Courtpacking
plan

National
Recovery
Administrat
ion (NRA)
Tennessee
Valley
Authority
(TVA)
Fair Labor
Standards
Act
Keynesianis
m

Delano
Roosevelt
Father
Charles
Coughlin
Frances
Perkins

Roosevelt

Hopkins

Francis E.
Townsend

Huey P.
Long

Mary
McLeod
Bethune

Robert F.
Wagner

Chapter 34 Franklin D. Roosevelt and the shadow of


War (1933 1941)
Key Terms

Historical Figures to Know

London
Economic
Conference

Good
Neighbor
Policy

Rome-Berlin
Axis

Johnson
Debt
Default Act

Abraham
Lincoln
Brigade
Hitler-Stalin
Pact
War Refugee
Board
Pearl Harbor

Quarantine
Speech

Neutrality
Act of 1939
Lend-Lease
Bill

Reciprocal
Trade
Agreement
s Act
Neutrality
Acts of
1935,
1936, 1937
Appeaseme
nt

Benito
Mussolini

Cordell
Hull

Francisco
Franco

Wendell
L. Willkie

Kristallnach
t
Atlantic
Charter

Adolf
Hitler

Chapter 35 America in World War II (1941 1945)


Key Terms

Historical Figures to Know

ABC-1
Agreement

Executive
Order 9066

Office of Price
Administratio
n (OPA)

WACs
(Womens
Army Corps)

National
War Labor
Board
(NWLB)
WAVES
(Women
Accepted
for
Volunteer
Emergency
Service)

War
Production
Board
(WPB)
Smith0Connally
Anti-Strike
Act
SPARs (U.S.
Coast
Guard
Womens
Reserve)

Douglas
MacArthur

Chester
W. Nimitz

Harry S.
Truman

Albert
Einstein

Dwight D.
Eisenhowe
r

Bracero
Program

Code Talkers

V-E (Victory in
Europe) Day
V-J Day

Fair
Employmen
t Practices
Commissio
n (FEPC)
Battle of
Midway
Potsdam
Conference

Congress of
Racial
Equality
(CORE)

D-Day

Manhattan
Project

Chapter 36 The Cold War Begins (1945 1952)


Key Terms

Historical Figures to Know

Yalta
conference

Cold War

United
Nations (U.N.)

Containment
Doctrine
North Atlantic
Treaty
Organization
(NATO)

HUAC (House
Un-American
Activities
Committee)
Executive
Order 9981
Employment
Act of 1946
Sunbelt

Nuremberg
war crimes
trial
Truman
Doctrine
National
Security
Council
memorand
um Number
68
McCarthyis
m

Bretton
Woods
Conference
Berlin Airlift

Joseph
Stalin

Jiang
Jieshi

George F.
Kennan

George C.
Marshall

Joseph
McCarthy

Reinhold
Niebuhr

Marshall
Plan
Korean War

Benjamin
Spock

ArmyMcCarthy
Hearings

Operation
Dixie
Fair Deal

Taft-Hartley
Act
GI Bill

Levittown

Baby Boom

Chapter 37 The Eisenhower Era (1952 1963)


Key Terms
The Feminine
Mystique
Montgomery
Bus Boycott

Operation
Wetback

Hungarian
Uprising

Organization
of Petroleum

Historical Figures to Know

Rock n
Roll
Brown v.
Board of
Education
of Topeka,
Kansas

Checkers
Speech
Student
Nonviolent
Coordinatin
g
Committee
(SNCC)
Policy of
boldness

Federal
Highway
Act of 1956
Dien Bien
Phu, Battle
of
Sputnik

Suez Crisis

Kitchen
Debate

Richard
M. Nixon
Rosa
Parks

John
Foster
Dulles
Gamal
Abdel
Nasser
Lyndon B.
Johnson

Betty
Friedan
Martin
Luther
King Jr

Nikita
Khrushch
ev
Fidel
Castro

Ho Chi
Minh

John F.
Kennedy

Jackson
Pollock

Andy
Warhol

Elvis
Presley
Earl
Warren

Exporting
Countries
(OPEC)
Militaryindustrial
Complex
Beat
Generation

Apollo

European
Economic
Community
(EEC)
Freedom
Riders

Abstract
Expressioni
sm
Southern
Renaissanc
e
Peace
Corps
Bay of Pigs
Invasion

Internation
al Style

Jack
Kerouac

Allen
Ginsberg

Arthur
Miller

New
Frontier

Ralph
Ellison

Robert
Kennedy

Robert
McNamara

Berlin Wall

Ngo Dinh
Diem

James
Meredith

Cuban
Missile
Crisis

Voter
Education
Project

March on
Washington

Chapter 38 The Stormy Sixties (1963 - 1973)


Key Terms

Civil Rights
Act of 1964
Freedom
Summer

Black Panther
Party
Stonewall
Rebellion

Nixon
Doctrine
Kent State
University
Miranda
Warning

Earth Day

Historical Figures to Know

Affirmative
Action
Mississippi
Freedom
Democratic
Party
Black Power

Malcolm X

Great
Society
Voting
Rights Act
of 1965

Henry A.
Kissinger

Six-Day War

George
McGovern

Students
for a
Democratic
Society
(SDS)
Silent
Majority
Pentagon
Papers
Philadelphi
a Plan

Vietnamizat
ion

My Lai
Massacre
Dtente

Southern
Strategy

Environmen
tal
Protection
Agency
(EPA)
War Powers
Act

Eugene
McCarthy
Warren E.
Burger

George C.
Wallace
Rachel
Carson

Chapter 39 Stalemated Seventies (1973 - 1980)


Key Terms

Historical Figures to Know

Stagflation

Watergate

Smoking
fun tape

Equal Rights
Amendment
(ERA)

Roe v.
Wade

New Right

Gerald
(Jerry)
Ford
Milton
Friedman

Phyllis
Schlafly

Jimmy
Carter

Robin
Morgan

Leonid
Brezhnev

Malaise
Speech

SALT II

Iranian
Hostage
Crisis

Chapter 40 The Resurgence of Conservatism (1980 1992)


Key Terms

Historical Figures to Know

Proposition
13

Boll weevils

Supply-side
economics

Ronald
Reagan

Margaret
Thatcher

Strategic
Defense
Initiative
(SDI)
Glasnost

Sandinistas

Contras

Saddam
Hussein

Jerry
Falwell

Perestroika

George H.
W. Bush

Boris
Yeltsin

Iran-Contra
Affair
Operation
Desert Storm

Moral
Majority
Americans
with
Disabilities
Act (ADA)

Intermediat
e-Range
Nuclear
Forces (INF)
Treaty
Black
Monday

Manuel
Noriega

Clarence
Thomas

Mikhail
Gorbache
v
Sandra
Day
OConnor
Nelson
Mandela

Chapter 41 America Confronts the Post-Cold War Era


(1992 - 2000)
Key Terms

Historical Figures to Know

Democratic
Leadership
Council (DLC)
Contract with
America

Dont Ask,
Dont Tell

Welfare
Reform Bill

World Trade
Organization
(WTO)

Whitewater

Oklahoma
City
bombing
North
American
Free Trade
Agreement
(NAFTA)
Lewinsky
Affair

Bill
Clinton

H. Ross
Perot

Newt
Gingrich

Robert
Dole

Hillary
Rodham
Clinton
Monica
Lewinsky

Chapter 42 The American People Face a New Century


(2001 - Pres)
Key Terms

Weapons of
Mass
Destruction
(WMD)
Al Qaeda

Historical Figures to Know

Kyoto
Treaty

9/11

John
McCain

Sarah
Palin

George W.
Bush

USA Patriot

Department

Richard

Nancy

Barack

Act

Guantanamo
Detention
Camp
Hurricane
Katrina

Abu Ghraib
Prison

Deleveragin
g

Patient
Protection
and
Affordable
Care Act
Occupy Wall
Street

Wall Street
Reform and
Consumer
Protection
ACT

of
Homeland
Security
No Child
Left Behind
American
Recovery
and
Reinvestme
nt Act
Tea Party

Cheney

Joseph
Biden

Pelosi

Obama