us history

  • mercantalism

    mercantalism was a time when a town was measured by its metals and by its natural resources.
  • puritans

    the protesters that wish to purify the church of the catholic rituals and traditions
  • bacons rebellion

    bacons rebellion
    as life expectancy an dimmigration increased virginia became home to a growing number of freed indentured servant . about 1660 tobcco prices bled making it difficult for these people to earn enough money to stat their own farms landless laborers an small landowners grew increasingly discontented. bacons rebellion ended with its leaders sudden death from illness it led to a rebellion.
  • John Smith

    John Smith
    he was an adventurer who discovered and colonized jamestown.
  • jamestown

    jamestown was colonized by jointstock companies and by john smith it was not successful at first but it was successful the second time around.
  • indentured servant

    indentured servant
    An indentured servant is the people who were poor and who wanted to go to the americas so bad so promiseing to serve the person paying theyre way to go on the boat they served them for however many years or however long it took to get them but they still had a chance at freedom soon enough so it was good
  • pilgrims

    they had left england because of religous conflict
  • great awakening

    great awakening
    the glorious revolution established that royal power flowed from the consent of pariament notfrom the will of God through the monarch changing views of divine [ower were not confined to politics.
  • sugar act

    sugar act
    an act that put taxes on sugar and molasses and other things.
  • stamp act

    stamp act
    it put taxes on printing and matter of all kinds
  • virginia plan

    this proposal was to restructure the government was a bold departure from the articles of confederation
  • leonard wood

    as the united stated gained power in the pacifiic region, it also expanded its role in lating amereica president mckinley set up military governments ftoo restore order in cuba an puerto rico quickly and protect us investments he appointed general leonard wood as goveror of cuba in 1899
  • thomas jefferson

    thomas jeffferson had a good humored nature. a brilliant conversationalist, he could talk just as easily about chemistry or horse racing as politics or philosophy. he loved architectrure , art and geography. he not only knew french, greek , italian, latin, and spanish but also studied some fourty american indian languages. although charming in person, jefferson often recorded in his diary the petty gossip he heard about his rivals. jefferson also struggled with a deep sense of loneliness. the de
  • shays rebellion

    shays rebellion
    daniel shay was fed up when the government was just taxing the farmers whenever they wanted to and he made a conutation of it and went to the convention to present something of it and instead he presented something totally differant from it
  • johnmarshal and judicial review

    johnmarshal and judicial review
    power of the courts to declare an act of congress un constitutional.
  • articles of confederation

    document that created a asscotiation of states while guarenteeing each ctates public sovereinty.
  • glorious revolution

    this was the time when all of the people were going to the higher power to ask for answers and then they found out they should jjust use there common sense.
  • constitutional convention

    congressional leaders issued a call for this to strengthen the government.
  • thomas paine

    he was a father of founding fathers and he made the book common sense which brought about new ideas for the people and made them have a clearer mind of things
  • quartering act

    the crown decided to station additional soldiers in the colonies . new yorks colonial assembly responded by refusing to provide money to quarter or house and supply, these troops as the quartering act.
  • townshed act

    townshed act
    parliament agreed passing the townshend act these laws placed import duties on such common items as tea lead glass and dyes for paint.
  • boston tea party

    was an act were the sons of liberty went dressed as indians at night to make sure no shipment went in and dumped out all the tea into the harbor and it filled so much that it caused the harbor to over flow a little bit and the tea
  • james madison

    was a father of confederation.
  • john locke

    was the english philosipher who created the idea of natural rights locke believed all people were born with the rights of life liberty and property.
  • northern economy

    the northern economy are the economy based on industrialization. they were pro slavery and they are all that were the only people with the industrialization. they all had to still work and the only people that were working were the people that were poor.
  • textile factories

    young children and women are the peopl ewho are mostly working in the textile factories, and there was the young women who were moving away from there families to go get jobs and things like that so that they could go out there and go int o the world to go for a better things and so that they could save up money for there future families and fo r there families noew so they could help support children.
  • james monroe

    james monroe declared to napolean to see how much it would cost and it was the louisiana purchase and it doubled the size of the united states
  • industrial revolution

    industrial revolution
    was a time when they used the canals as a way of transportation
  • southern economy

    the southern economy was the economy where they had major slavery and it was based on agriculture and textile mills
  • Dollor diplomacy

    williams h taft roosevelts succsesor Expanded US influence in Latin america taft favored substituting dollor\s for bullets economic influence for military forces. this policy became to be called the dollor diplomacy.
  • New jersy plan

    william of new jersy offered a alternitive to the virginia plan . his new jersy plan provided for a strong unicameral or one house legislature in which each state would have one vote.
  • bill of rights

    the ten ammendments of the us constitution ratified
  • federalist and anti federalist

    a federalist is someone who goes for a stronger central government and a anti federalist is someone who goes against for a stronger central government.
  • PlsTT Amendment

    wood also oversaw the drafting of a new constitution that limited cubas independance.
  • political machines

    these political machines mostly prayed on the imigrants that came to america. they helped the immigrants but only to get in return their vote . so when the immigrants heard of this this gave them a reason to vote and so that they could get a job and so that they might have a chance to be in a political party and serve on the board.
  • new immigrants

    the new immigrants that went to america went in promise of getting more land and in promise of a new beginning. they were told that the trip would be easy but it wasnt and they had to fight for their lives to get to the U.S.A adn this was a big thing. they made it and looked for jobs and were making there house.
  • muckrakers

    these muckrakers were people who were meant to clean up all of the muck and filth of the city. they also were meant to clean up the streets of the idiocy.
  • grafts/ kickbacks

    these grafts and kickbacks are the illigal and the way that these political machines payed the people that were going to illigally vote many times for them so in return they give them alchohol and nice clothes to do something illigal for them.
  • triangle shirtwaist factory fire.

    this triangle factory fire was a fire that started in a waste basket and it spread but the leaders didnt want them to steal anything so they locked all the doors even with the children in there and so all the people in the fire died and people were throwing themselves out of the building just to try and survive.