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AP U.S. History Terms

 

1.      General Court

2.      John Winthrop

3.   Restoration Colonies

4.      Leisler’s Rebellion

5.      Quaker

6.   Navigation Acts

7.   Half-Way Covenant

8.      Dominion of New England

9.      Bacon’s Rebellion

10.  Enlightenment

11.  Great Awakening

12.  Albany Congress

13.   French and Indian War

14.   Writs of assistance

15.  Stamp Act

16.  Townshend Acts

17.   Tea Act

18.   “Common Sense”

19.  Second Continental Congress

20. Saratoga

21. Treaty of Paris of 1783

22. Articles of Confederation

23. Newburgh Conspiracy

24. Northwest Ordinance

25. Shay's Rebellion

26. Constitutional Convention

27.   Federalist Papers

28.   Anti-Federalists

29. Bill of Rights

30.   Judiciary Act of 1789

31.  Federal Naturalization Law of 1790

32. Hamilton's Reports

33. Jay's Treaty with Britain (1794)

34. Pinckney Treaty

35. Whiskey Rebellion (1794)

36. XYZ Affair

37. Election of 1800

38. Alien and Sedition Acts

39. Kentucky and Virginia Resolutions

40. Marbury vs. Madison

41.   Louisiana Purchase

42.   Lewis and Clark Expedition

43. Yazoo Claims

44. Chesapeake-Leopard Affair

45.   Embargo of 1807

46.   Tecumseh

47.   Treaty of Ghent

48.   “American System”

49. Hartford Convention

50. Rush-Bagot Treaty

51.  Barbary Wars

52.  Adams-Onis Treaty

53. Monroe Doctrine

54.   Panic of 1819

55.   Dartmouth College vs. Woodward

56. McCulloch vs. Maryland

57. Gibbons vs. Ogden

58. Missouri Compromise (1820)

59. The Cotton Culture

60. Samuel Slater

61. Lowell System

62. Second Great Awakening

63. corrupt bargain

64. Tariff of Abominations

65. Kitchen Cabinet

66. Maysville Road

67. Worcester vs. Georgia

68. The Webster-Hayne Debate (1830)

69. Force Bill

70. Nicholas Biddle

71. Specie Circular

72. Tocqueville's Democracy in America

73.   The Liberator

74.  Horace Mann

75.  McGuffey Readers

76. Manifest Destiny

77. Wilmot Proviso

78. Compromise of 1850

79. Free Soil Party

80.   Commodore Matthew Perry

81.   “The American Scholar”

82.   Seneca Falls Declaration

83.   Hudson River School

84.   Minstrel Shows

85. Uncle Tom's Cabin

86. Kansas-Nebraska Act

87. Bleeding Kansas

88.   Dred-Scott Decision

89.   Yeoman farmers

90.   Hinton R. Helper

91.   Know Nothing Party

92.   Ostend Manifesto

93.   Freeport Doctrine

94. John Brown

95. First Battle of Bull Run

96. Homestead Act

96. “King Cotton”

98. Battle of Antietam

99. Proclamation of Amnesty and Reconstruction

100.     Wade-Davis Bill

101.     Gettysburg Address

102.  Trent Affair

103.          Military Reconstruction Act

104.          Freedmen’s Bureau

105.          Tenure of Qffice Act

106.          14th Amendment

107.          Slaughterhouse Decisions

108.          Compromise of 1877

109.      Tammany Hall

110.      Credit Mobilier Scandal

111.     Liberal Republicans

112.   Stalwarts

113.   Pendelton Civil Service Act

114.  The New South

115.  Social Darwinism

116.  Horizontal Integration

117.   Horatio Alger

118.   Cult of Domesticity

119.   Frank Lloyd Wright

120.  Knights of Labor

121.  Jane Addams

122.          Booker T. Washington

123.          Ghost Dance

124.   Dawes Act

125.  Interstate Commerce Act

126.  American Federation of Labor

127.  Sherman Anti-Trust Act

128.  McKinley Tariff, 1890

129.  Populist Party

130.  Pullman Strike

131.  Hawaiian Revolution

132.  Yellow Journalism

133.  Open Door Notes

134.  Platt Amendment

135.  Hepburn Act

136.  Pure Food and Drug Act

137.  Muckrakers

138.  Roosevelt Corollary

139.          Gentleman's Agreement

140.          Eugenics

141.  Ballinger-Pinchot Dispute

142.  Sixteenth Amendment

143.  "New Freedom"

144.  NAACP

145.   I.W.W. or Wobblies,

146.  "Dollar Diplomacy"

147.  Lodge Corollary

148. Underwood-Simmons Tariff Act

149.  Federal Reserve Act of 1913

150.  Clayton Antitrust Act of 1914

151.  "Arabic pledge"

152.  Selective Service Act

153.  War Industries Board

154.  Committee on Public Information

155.          Espionage and Sedition Acts

156.          Shenck vs. U.S.

157.  Fourteen Points

158.  Article X

159.  The Red Scare

160.  Palmer Raids

161.  Race Riots of 1919

162.  "Jazz Age"

163.          19th Amendment

164.          National Origins Act

165.  Marcus Garvey

166.  Sacco and Vanzetti

167.  "Teapot Dome"

168.  Robert M. LaFollette

169.          The Washington Conference

170.          Aimee Semple McPherson

171.  Kellogg-Briand Pact

172.  Hawley-Smoot Tariff

173. Reconstruction Finance   Corporation

174.  Bonus Army

175.  "Hundred Days"

176.  Emergency Banking Relief Act

177.  FDIC

        178. Civilian Conservation Corps

178.   Agricultural Adjustment Administration

179.   National Industrial Recovery Act

180.   Senator Huey Long

181.   Good Neighbor Policy

182.   John Maynard Keynes

184.  Social Security Act

185.  Indian Reorganization Act of

186.   The Neutrality Acts of 1935

187.   Neutrality Acts of 1939

188.   Wagner Act

189.   Lend Lease Act

190.   Korematsu vs. United States

191.   Yalta Conference

192.   Containment

       193.  Truman Doctrine

       194.  NATO

195.  Taft-Hartley Act

196.  McCarthyism

197.  NASA

198.  Brown vs. Board of Education of    Topeka

        199.  Little Rock

        200.  Rosa Parks

201.  Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC)

202.   The Beats

203.   Dynamic Conservatism

204.   Eisenhower’s Farewell Address

205.   Levittown

206.   National Defense Education Act

207.  March on Washington

208.  Bay of Pigs

209.  Cuban Missile Crisis

210.  Peace Corps

211.  Civil Rights Act of 1964

212.  Economic Opportunity Act

213.  Medicare Act of 1965

214.  Immigration Act of 1965

215.  Voting Rights Act of 1965

216.  Black Power

217.  Cesar Chavez

218.  American Indian Movement (AIM)

219.  "Doves"

220.                    Tet Offensive

221.                    Vietnamization

222.                    Nixon Doctrine

223.                    Kent State

224.  Strategic Arms Limitation Treaty     (SALT)

       225.  Detente

226.   Saturday Night Massacre

227.   Camp David Accords

228.   Roe vs. Wade

229.   SDI

230.   Reaganomics