U.S. History to 1877

Master List of All Study Guide Items

Vocabulary Words Important People Key Events
Revenue
Mercantilism
Capital
Depreciate
Depression
Inflation
Consumer
Charter
Persecute
Alliance
Cash Crop
Colony
Diversity
Export
Import
Subsistence Crop
Joint Stock Company
Tolerant
Region
Representative Government
Boycott
Grievance
Militia
Opposition
Petition
Effigy
Civil Disobedience
Propaganda
Tyranny
Writ of Assistance
Repeal
Quartering
Blockade
Casualty
Civic Virtue
Desert
Guerilla Warfare
Mercenary
Neutral
Privateer
Ratify
Recruit
Turning Point
Amend
Article
Bicameral
Compromise
Democracy
Double Jeopardy
Due Process
Impeach
Judicial Review
Inauguration
Political Party
Republic
Alien
Caucus
Embargo
Impressment
Nationalism
Neutral Rights
Nullify
Partisan
Precedent
Secede
Sedition
State’s Rights
Bureaucracy
Spoils System
Relocate
Veto
Mudslinging
Protective Tariff
Cotton Gin
Interchangeable Parts
Patent
Canal
Boomtown
Annex
Emigrant
Vigilante
Abolitionist
Temperance
Fugitive
Spiritual
Suffrage
Revival
Cede
Confederacy
Emancipate
Siege
Federal
Enlist
Total War
Black Codes
Carpetbagger
Freedmen Bureau
Poll Tax
Reconstruction
Scalawag
King James
John Smith
William Pitt
James Oglethorpe
Roger Williams
Thomas Hooker
Charles de Montesquieu
John Locke
William Blackstone
William Penn
Pontiac
Abigail Adams
John Adams
Wentworth Cheswell
Samuel Adams
Mercy Otis Warren
James Armistead
Benjamin Franklin
Bernardo de Galvez
Crispus Attucks
King George III
Haym Solomon
Patrick Henry
Thomas Jefferson
Marquis de Lafayette
Thomas Paine
John Paul Jones
George Washington
Alexander Hamilton
James Madison
George Mason
John Marshall
Francis Scott Key
Tecumseh
James Monroe
John Quincy Adams
John C. Calhoun
Henry Clay
Daniel Webster
Andrew Jackson
Henry David Thoreau
John James Audubon
Frederick Douglass
Susan B. Anthony
Elizabeth Cady Stanton
John Brown
Stonewall Jackson
Ulysses S. Grant
Robert E. Lee
Abraham Lincoln
Jefferson Davis
William Carney
Phillip Bazaar
Hiram Rhodes Revels
Jamestown
Plymouth
French & Indian War
Pontiac’s Rebellion
Proclamation of 1763
Tax Acts
Boston Massacre
Boston Tea Party
Declaration of Indpendence
American Revolution
Shays’ Rebellion
Constitutional Convention
Whiskey Rebellion
Farewell Address
Alien & Sedition Act
XYZ Affair
Louisiana Purchase
Marbury v. Madison
Embargo Act of 1807
War of 1812
Era of Good Feelings
Monroe Doctrine
Corrupt Bargain
Bank War
Indian Removal
Nullification Crisis
Manifest Destiny
2nd Great Awakening
Abolitionism
Sectionalism
Fugitive Slave Act
Dred Scott v. Sandford
Bleeding Kansas
Emancipation Proclamation
Gettysburg Address
Appomattox Courthouse
Reconstruction

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