AP US History

DHHS--Mr. Hulse

Terms/Timeline Assignments

Terms Directions: Completely define each term listed within the scope of the current unit/text. All definitions must be handwritten and may not be plagiarized from any source (including your textbook).

Timeline Directions: Complete one of the following options for each term: 1) List the year each term took place next to the term and arrange the terms in the correct chronological order on your page. 2) Create a simple timeline vertically or horizontally on your page and list each term correctly on the timeline.You must include dates on your timeline for each term.

 

Revolutionary Era

  1. Sugar Act
  2. Stamp Act
  3. Mutiny (Quartering) Act
  4. Declaratory Act
  5. Townshend Duties (Acts)
  6. Tea Act
  7. Boston Massacre
  8. Boston Tea Party
  9. Coercive (Intolerable) Acts
  10. Quebec Act
  11. Stamp Act Congress
  12. First Continental Congress
  13. Second Continental Congress
  14. Lexington and Concord

Washington & Adams (1789-1801)

  1. Farewell Address
  2. Citizen Genet
  3. Jay's Treaty
  4. Pinckney's Treaty
  5. Hamilton's Financial Plan (Note:This is a long one p. 168-170) 
  6. Whiskey Rebellion
  7. Quasi War
  8. XYZ Affair
  9. Alien & Sedition Acts
  10. Kentucky & Virginia Resolutions
  11. Judiciary Act of 1801/"Midnight Appointments"

Articles to Constitution

 

  1. Articles of Confederation (include weaknesses of the Articles)
  2. The Ordinance of 1784
  3. The Ordinance of 1785
  4. The Northwest Ordinance
  5. Battle of Fallen Timbers
  6. Shays's Rebellion
  7. Philadelphia Convention
  8. Virginia Plan
  9. New Jersey Plan
  10. The Great Compromise
  11. The Federalist Papers
  12. The Bill of Rights

 

Reform Movements

Note: You do not need to put these terms into a time line nor do you need to find a year. Instead, you will list any key figures/groups listed in the text as part of the movements.

  1. Second Great Awakening  
  2. Utopian Movements
  3. Mormons
  4. Shakers
  5. Temperance
  6. Public Education
  7. Asylums/Prisons
  8. Women's Rights
  9. Abolition
  10. Romanticism in literature
  11. Hudson River School
  12. Transcendentalism

Manifest destiny & Sectional Compromise

  1. Missouri Compromise (p. 225)
  2. Annexation of Texas
  3. Oregon compromise
  4. The Mexican War
  5. Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo
  6. Wilmot Proviso
  7. California Gold Rush
  8. Compromise of 1850
  9. Gadsen Purchase
  10. Kansas Nebraska Act
  11. The Dredd Scott Decision
  12. John Brown's Raid
  13. 1860 Election

Labor Movement

  1. National Labor Union
  2. Knights of Labor
  3. American Federation of Labor (AFL)
  4. Haymarket riot (bombing)
  5. 1877 Rail Strike
  6. Homestead Strike
  7. Pullman Strike
  8. Sherman Antitrust Act (p. 526)
  9. Interstate Commerce Act (p. 527)

No dates

  1. Taylorism
  2. Social Darwinism
  3. Gospel of Wealth
  4. Vertical integration
  5. Horizontal consolidation
  6. Trust

 

Progressive Presidents

T. Roosevelt

  1. Anthracite Coal Miners Strike
  2. National Reclamation Act (Newlands Act)
  3. Pure Food and Drug Act
  4. Meat Inspection Act
  5. Hepburn Act

Taft

  1. Ballinger-Pinchot Dispute
  2. Payne Aldrich Tariff 

Wilson 

  1. Federal Reserve Act
  2. Clayton Antitrust Act
  3. Federal Trade Comission Act
  4. Keating-Owen Act 
Constitutional Amendments

  1. 16th Amendment
  2. 17th Amendment
  3. 18th Amendment
  4. 19th Amendment

 

The 1920's

Ch 23
  1. Great Migration (no date) 
  2. Red Scare (no date)
  3. Palmer Raids
  4. Sacco and Vanzetti trial
  5. Marcus Garvey/UNIA (no date)
Ch 24
  1. McNary-Haugen Bill 
  2. The Flapper (no date)
  3. Lost Generation (no date)
  4. Harlem Renaissance (no date)
  5. National Origins Act
  6. Scopes Trial
  7. Teapot Dome

The New Deal

  1. Emergency Banking Act ("Bank Holiday"
  2. Agricultural Adjustment Act (AAA)
  3. Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC)
  4. Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA)
  5. National Industrial Recovery Act (NRA)
  6. Civil Works Administration (CWA)
  7. Glass-Steagall Act (FDIC)
  8. Securities and Exchange Act (SEC)
  9. Works Progress Administration (WPA)
  10. Social Security Act (SSA)
  11. National Labor Relations Act/Wagner Act (NLRB)
  12. Revenue Act

US Entry into WW2

List each of these first nine items on the timeline but, do not define them
  1. Japan invades Manchuria
  2. Spanish Civil War
  3. Italy invades Ethiopia
  4. Germany invades Austria
  5. Munich Conference
  6. Germany invades Poland
  7. Fall of France
  8. London Blitz
  9. Pearl Harbor
Define each of the following and list them on the timeline
  1. Neutrality Acts of 1935-1937
  2. "Quarantine" Speech
  3. Neutrality Act of 1939 (Cash and Carry)
  4. Lend-lease Act
  5. Atlantic Charter
  6. US declares war 

Truman & Eisenhower

  1. Taft-Hartley Act
  2. Fair Deal
  3. States' Rights Party ("Dixiecrats")
  4. GI Bill
  5. Federal Highway Act
  6. AFL-CIO
  7. Levittown
  8. Brown v. Board of Education
  9. Little Rock
  10. Montgomery Bus Boycotts

JFK/LBJ

  1. New Frontier (no date) 
  2. Flexible Response (no date)
  3. Bay of Pigs
  4. Cuban Missile Crisis
  5. Lunch Counter Sit Ins
  6. Freedom Rides
  7. March on Washington
  8. JFK Assassinated
  9. Great Society (no date)
  10. War on Poverty (no date)
  11. Civil Rights Act of 1964
  12. Freedom Summer
  13. Voting Rights Act of 1965
  14. Immigration Act of 1965
  15. Medicare/Medicaid