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American Studies 1020- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 27 pages long!)
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[American Studies 1020] Comprehensive spring guide including any lecture notes, textbook notes and exam guides.find more resources at oneclass.com Age of Jefferson 1. The election of 1...

American Studies
American Studies 1020
Peter G Brown
American Studies 1020 Final: Early Colonial America
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Roanoke: IdentificationA British colony originally founded in 1585 to trade, farm and mine. Native Americans later killed this group of settlers. A new group of settlers came to populate the island in 1587. Explorer John W...

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American Studies 1020
Peter G Brown
American Studies 1020 Study Guide - Final Guide: New York City English, Fundamental Orders Of Connecticut
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Colony Purpose Economy Distinguishing Features Virginia To mine gold and Tobacco farming Establ...

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American Studies 1020
Peter G Brown
American Studies 1020 Study Guide - Final Guide: Quebec Act, Intolerable Acts, Tea Fire
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Causes of the American Revolution Causes British Purpose American Response Proclamation of 1763 To protect native Angry that the end of Prohibited European ...

American Studies
American Studies 1020
Peter G Brown
American Studies 1020 Study Guide - Final Guide: Intolerable Acts, Sugar Act, Quebec Act
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Colonial Grievances 1. Taxation British increase taxes to pay war debt Indirect taxation: The Sugar Act (1764) Direct Taxation: The Stamp Act (1765) Slogan: No taxation without repr...

American Studies
American Studies 1020
Peter G Brown
American Studies 1020 Study Guide - Final Guide: First Continental Congress, Thomas Gage, Intolerable Acts
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Introduction to Revolution 1. Minutemen- Identify: Local militiamen who had been trained to be available for duty within a minutes notice. Significance: These skilled fighters were used to trap the city of Boston ...

American Studies
American Studies 1020
Peter G Brown
American Studies 1020 Final: The Declaration of Independence Part 2
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The Declaration of Independence Part 2 I. Why was the declaration written? 1. To build inter-colonial unity by clearly defining goals. 2. Without declaring independence, a. Could be c...

American Studies
American Studies 1020
Peter G Brown
American Studies 1020 Final: Problems Facing the New Nation
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Problems Facing the New Nation The Articles of Confederation 1. Government After declaring itself independent, the nation needed a political system to govern itself Q...

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American Studies 1020
Peter G Brown
American Studies 1020 Study Guide - Final Guide: Standing Army
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The Declaration of Independence 1. The truths the declaration of independence put forward are that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their creator with certain unalienable rights, that among these...

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American Studies 1020
Peter G Brown
American Studies 1020 Study Guide - Final Guide: Indirect Election
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Electoral College Definition: Indirect election of the president and vice president Now: The number of electors a state has is the number of members of the House of Representatives and the number of senators...

American Studies
American Studies 1020
Peter G Brown
American Studies 1020 Study Guide - Final Guide: Henry Dearborn, Zebulon Pike, Teller Amendment
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The War of 1812 1. The causes of the War of 1812 were the impressments by Britain, and the British support of Tecumseh. The pressure on James Madison as President to declare war was irresistible by 1812. 2. War Hawks (in f...

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American Studies 1020
Peter G Brown
American Studies 1020 Study Guide - Final Guide: Embargo Act Of 1807, William Marbury
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Age of Jefferson 1. The election of 1800 was truly revolutionary because it was the first time power had peacefully been passed from the federalist to the republicans. This proved that their democratic system was working. ...

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American Studies 1020
Peter G Brown
American Studies 1020 Study Guide - Final Guide: The Dilemma
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Introduction 1. Some significant challenges Washington faced as president were lacking an effective army and navy, he possessed no government administration, and the country was deeply in debt. 2. The key components of Ham...

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American Studies 1020
Peter G Brown
American Studies 1020 Final: The American System
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The American System 3 Parts: 1. A tariff to protect American industry 2. A national bank to foster commerce and provide a sound currency 3. Infrastructure construction to unite northern manufacturers, western farmers, and ...

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American Studies 1020
Peter G Brown
American Studies 1020 Study Guide - Final Guide: Monroe Doctrine
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National Expansion Notes Key Treaties: After the War of 1812 Britain and the US tried to work out their differences peacefully John Quincy Adams Minister to England 1817 negotiated the RushBagot Agreement US and Britain ag...

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American Studies 1020
Peter G Brown

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