AP US History

DHHS--Mr. Hulse

AP US Outlines

Outline the following using American History: A Survey:

 

Colonial Outline (Chapters 2/3) 

Early settlements

                Reasons for leaving Europe

                Roanoke

Chesapeake (Southern colonies)

                Early problems in Jamestown

                Importance of tobacco

                Regional characteristics (people/economy/etc)

                Conflict

                                Native Americans

                                Bacon’s Rebellion

                Labor

                                Indentured servitude

                                Slavery

                Southern economy (Ch.3)

New England

                Plymouth

                Massachusetts Bay

                Characteristics of the Puritan church in New England

                Puritan dissenters

                Native American conflict

                Northern economy (Ch.3)

Middle Colonies (founding of and key characteristics)

                New York/New Jersey

                Pennsylvania

Evolving British Policy

                Mercantilism

                Navigation Acts

                Dominion of New England

Great Awakening

Enlightenment 

 

French and Indian (Seven Years) War  Chapter 4

Pre War North America

Tradition of Benign Neglect by Britain

  Governance of the colonies

Reasons for War

Alliances in North America

Albany Plan

Brief Summary of War in North America

Peace of Paris

Consequences of War/Post War North America

Change in colonists view of themselves

British/Colonial friction during war

 Colonial Reorganization

Major policy changes

British War Debt

Proclamation of 1763 

 

 

The Jeffersonians Chapters 6/7/8

The Election of 1800

Candidates claims about each other

Judiciary Act of 1801/"Midnight Appointments"

Jefferson's vision of America

Changes in Government under Jefferson

Conflict with Federalists

Marbury v. Madison

Impeachment of Federalist Judges

Louisiana Purchase 

Problems in Jefferson's Second Term 

Burr 

Napoleonic Wars/Impressment

 Chesapeake-Leopard

Embargo Act (include subsequent acts) 

Madison/War of 1812

Causes 

 Battle Of new Orleans

Consequences 

 Monroe/"Era of Good Feelings"

Reasons for growing nationalism

Panic of 1819

Missouri Compromise

Monroe Doctrine 

The Jacksonians (Ch 8/9)

The Election of 1824/"The Corrupt Bargain"

The Election of 1828

Expansion of the Electorate 

Two Party System

Champion of the Common Man

Spoils System 

Nullifiation Crisis

Theory of Nullification

South Carolina's actions

Compromise 

Indian Removal

"Five Civilized Tribes" (names/characteristics)

Indian Removal Act of 1830

Resistance

Armed conflict

Supreme Court cases 

"Trail of Tears" 

Bank War

Reasons for Jackson's opposition to the bank

Election of 1832/Jackson's veto

Destroying the bank

Whig Party

Reasons for creation

Issues

 

 

Reconstruction (Ch 15)

Competing Plans to Reconstruct the South

        Goals of Radical Republicans

        Goals of Abraham Lincoln

        Lincoln's Plan

        Proposals of Radical Republicans

        Goals of Andrew Johnson

        Johnson's Plan

Congress takes over Reconstruction (Radical Reconstruction)

       Reasons for Radical Reconstruction

       Congressional actions

        Impeachment

Constitutional Amendments (13/14/15)

Post Civil War South

        Reconstruction Governments in the South

        Sharecropping

        Crop Lien System

        "Redeeming" the South

         The "New South"

The Compromise of 1877

 

 

Gilded Age/Populism  Ch. 19

Patronage

Define: Stalwarts & Half Breeds

Garfield's Assassination

Pendleton Act

Business Legislation 

Tariffs

Sherman Antitrust Act

Interstate Commerce Act

Agrarian Discontent

The Grange

The Farmers' Alliances

Populism

"Free Silver"

Populist Platform (what were there issues?)

Panic of 1893

Coxey's Army

Election of 1896

Candidates

"Cross of Gold" Speech

People's Party 

 

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The Progressive Movement Ch 21

Goals of the Progressive Movement

Influential Early Reformers

Muckrakers (include names/works)

Social Gospel Movement

Settlement House Movement 

Role of Female Refomers

Suffrage Movement

Municipal Reform

State Level Reform

African American Reformers

Temperance

Socialism 

 

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The Great Depression (Ch 25)

Stock Market Crash

Causes of Great Depression

Lack of Diversification

Unequal Distribution of Wealth

Credit Structure (Easy Credit)

Declining Expors

Early Public (State/Local) Relief Efforts 

Impact on Specific Groups

Farmers

African Americans

Mexican Americans

Women 

Hoover's Relief Efforts (include specific agencies)

Growing Protest 

Farm Holiday Association

Bonus Army  

World War 2 Home Front (Ch 28) 

Economic Recovery

War Industries

Office of Price Administration 

War Production Board 

office of War Mobilization

Role of Minorities/Women

African Americans

Native Americans

Mexican-Americans

Women

Japanese Americans

Ending the War

Europe 

Japan

 

Early Cold War (Ch 29/30)

Wartime Conferences

Casablanca

Tehran

Yalta

Potsdam

China 

Containment

Truman Doctrine

Marshall Plan 

Cold War Alliances/Policies

NATO

Warsaw Pact

National Security Act of 1947

NSC-68

Korean War

Origins of Conflict

US/UN response 

Truman/MacArthur conflict

Eisenhower's  Foreign Policy (Ch 30)

Massive Retaliation

Suez Crisis

Hungarian Revolution

U-2 Crisis 

 

 

Nixon & the New Left (Ch 32)

New Left

Origin

SDS

Free Speech Movement

Counterculture

Civil/Equal Rights

Native Americans

Latinos

Gay Rights

Feminism

Environmentalism

Concerns

Legislation

Nixon's Foreign Policy

China

USSR

Middle East

Warren Court vs. Burger Court (include major decisions)

Economy

Oil Embargo

Stagflation

Watergate 

Nixon's Resignation 

 

 

Reagan (Ch 34)


New Right

Evangelical Christians

Reagan Coalition

Supply Side Economics

Reaganomics

Economic Recovery

National Debt

Foreign Policy

Reagan Doctrine

SDI

Iran Contra

Collapse of USSR