Project #87452 - mid term 42 questions 75 min

must be a history expert please. to do a mid term for United States History to 1865. 

online mid term, has 75 min to complet save and submitte. 25 multple choice 15 true and false and 2 matching questions. 

I need an A. the test has no time to search answer, must know US history very well.

list of materail that it will be covered:

AMH2010

MIDTERM REVIEW

 

NATIVE AMERICA & AGE OF EXPLORATION

 

Mayans, Incas, Aztecs

Mound Builders

Cliff Dwellers

Algonquin, Iroquois, Muskogean

Vikings

Middle Ages

Ages of Discovery, Conquest and Settlement

Henry the Navigator

Bartholomew Diaz

Vasco Da Gama

Voyages of Christopher Columbus

John Cabot

Balboa

Ponce De Leon

Magellan

Conquistadors

Hernando Cortez

Francisco Pizarro

Hernando De Soto

Francisco Coronado

Ordinances of Discovery

 

CLASH OF CULTURES

 

St. Augustine

Pedro Menendez

French Huguenots

Spanish Florida

Spanish New Mexico

Biological Exchanges

Africans

Northwest Passage

Mercantilism

Reformation

Sir Humphrey Gilbert

Sir Walter Raleigh

Spanish Armada

Lost Colony (Roanoke)

New France

French Louisiana

Samuel Champlain

Dutch East India Company

Henry Hudson

New Netherlands

New Amsterdam

 

FIRST ENGLISH SETTLEMENTS

 

Chartered  Companies

King James I

London (Virginia) Company

Jamestown

Capt. John Smith

Lord De La Warre

John Rolfe

Pocahontas

Tobacco

Headright System

House of Burgesses

Separatists

Puritans

Plymouth Colony

Massachusetts Bay Colony

John Winthrop

Colonial Maryland

Lord Baltimore

Roger Williams

Anne Hutchinson

Pequot War

English Civil War

“Cavaliers” and “Roundheads”

 

 

FIRST ENGLISH SETTLEMENTS

 

Restoration Colonies

Colonial Carolina

English New York

New Jersey

Quakers

William Penn

“Middle Grounds”

King Philip’s War

Bacon’s Rebellion

Dominion of New England

“Glorious Revolution”

Borderlands

British Caribbean

James Oglethorpe and Georgia

 

PEOPLE AND ECONOMIES

 

Indentured Servants

German Immigration

Scotch-Irish

Plantation agriculture

Rice and Sugar

New England Towns

Witchcraft Crisis

Great Awakening

Old Lights and New Lights

Enlightenment

Colonial colleges

Benjamin Franklin

 

BATTLEGROUND OF EMPIRE

 

King William’s War

Queen Anne’s War

War of Jenkins’ Ear

King George’s War

Albany Plan of Union

French and Indian War

Fort Duquesne

Braddock’s Defeat

William Pitt

Capture of Quebec

Treaty of Paris of 1763

New Imperialism

George III

Proclamation of 1763

Sugar Act

Currency Act

 

STIRRINGS OF REVOLT

 

Stamp Act

Patrick Henry

Virginia Resolves

Stamp Act Congress

Sons of Liberty

Declaratory Act

Internal Taxes

Townshend Act

Boston Massacre

Samuel Adams

Philosophy of Revolt

Tea Act

Boston Tea Party

Coercive or Intolerable Acts

Committees of Correspondence

Fist Continental Congress

John Hancock

Lexington and Concord

 

AMERICAN REVOLUTION

 

Second Continental Congress

Olive Branch Petition

Declaration of Causes and Necessities

“Common Sense”

Declaration of Independence

Thomas Jefferson

John Adams

Continental Dollar

Continental Army

George Washington

Bunker Hill

William Howe

Crossing the Delaware

Saratoga

French Alliance

Lord Cornwallis

Yorktown

Treaty of Paris of 1783

 

IMPACT OF THE REVOLUTION

 

Loyalists (Tories)

Anti-slavery movement

Abigail Adams

Daughters of Liberty

Articles of Confederation

Ordinance of 1785

Northwest Ordinance

Shays’ Rebellion

 

THE CONSTITUTION

 

Annapolis Convention

Alexander Hamilton

James Madison

Constitutional Convention

“Founding Fathers”

Randolph Plan

Virginia Plan

New Jersey Plan

Great Compromise

Checks and Balances

Federalists and Anti-Federalists

Ratification

Bill of Rights

Judiciary Act

Cabinet

 

THE NEW REPUBLIC

 

Loose vs. Strict Interpretation

Federalists vs. Democratic-Republicans

Hamilton’s Financial Plan

Assuming and Funding Debt

Bank of the United States

French Revolution

Whiskey Rebellion

Neutrality

Jay’s Treaty

Pinckney’s Treaty

Quasi-War

XYZ Affair

Alien and Sedition Acts

Kentucky and Virginia Resolutions

1800 Election

 

JEFFERSON’S AMERICA

 

Aaron Burr

Republican Goals

Noah Webster

Washington Irving

Deism

Universalism and Unitarianism

Second Great Awakening

Eli Whitney

Interchangeable Parts

Cotton Gin

Steamboats

 

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