US. History

  • Merchantilism

    the founding of the restoration colonies was driven by the crowns faith in the economic policy
  • jamestown

    the first permanent English settler -100 men recruited by the london company, they chose a location near one of the rivers along Chesapeake bay for their settlement named after there teir king James
  • john smith

    Was an adventure, explorer, mapmaker, soldier and settlers elected Captian
  • Indentured servent

    was the period of years to the person who paid his or her way to america
  • pilgrims

    why left england from religous confilict
  • puritans

    protestants who wished to "purity" the Anglician church of all catholic rituals and traditons
  • bacon rebellion

    a young planter raised an army of settler and attacked amrican indians
  • glorious revoution

    the protestent stage a bloodless rebellion
  • enlightenment

    The change in religous balance
  • Great Awaken

    a series of relious revivals
  • proclamation of 1763

    Proclamation by Britain at the end of the French and Indian War that prohibited settlement by whites on Indian territory. (appalachian mountiains)
  • sugar act

    this act puts a duty or import tax on sugar, molasses, and several other items
  • stamp act

    a tax on printed matter of all kinds.
  • townshed act

    laws placed on imported duties.
  • thomas pain

    a recent from britain
  • quatering act

    refusing to provide money to quarter or house and supply
  • boston massacre

    the people of boston are tun mad
  • Articles Of Confederation

    the soverignty freedom sontthing to pull the goverment together .. but it couldnt hold a strong hold.
  • federlist/ anti-federlist

    fedrelist like a strong centrall governement Anti- federlist agianst a strong central government.
  • Virgina plan

    the poposal to restruture the government was a bold departure from the articles of confrderation
  • shay rebellion

    a farmer who land was taken rebelled and allmost took over over massachesetts.
  • New jersery plan

    provided for a strong unicamel represetive, 1 vote per state or 1 house legistalure
  • Great Compromise

    granted each state regardless of siza on equal voice in the upper house.
  • Consititational Convention

    Shay rebellion shoed weakness of articles of confedration it was to streghten the government( delegtes get tricked to get there , and to fix the government)
  • Bill of Rights

    first 10 amendments to the U.S Constitition
  • Lewis and Clark

    They went north to search in verginia. They took 6 months to go to their destination. The indians helped them thru there expedition they gave them shelter, and told them what was ahead of the expedition. If it werent for the indians Lewis and Clark wouldnt survive.
  • Thomas Jefferson, James Monroe, & Lousiana Purchase

    Thomas Jefferson, James Monroe, & Lousiana Purchase
    Thomas Jefferson (out president) bought this territory from Napoleon Bonaparte who was from France. Thomas bought it for 15 million dollars, 4 cents per acre.This doubled the size of Louisiana. Thomas who sent Lewis and Clark to serach over lousiana who went north.
  • North Economy

    The northern economy was based on Industruial Economy. Where children and women worked in factories. The rich people lived here.
  • Southern Ecomony

    The southern economy was based on agriculture. In this side they had lots of farming and the workers didn't get payed they. Poor people lived here.
  • John Marshall & Judicial Review

    John Marshall & Judicial Review
    Started the 3 branches of government; legisletive , executive. and judicial.
  • Transportation Revolution

    Transportation Revolution
    First form of transprtation was canals/steamboats/steamboats.
  • 1st industrial Revolution

    1st industrial Revolution
    They made textile/cotton into cloth with the spinning jennie. Women and children worked in. They invented the steamengin and cotton jennin.
  • Edwin L. Drake/ Oil

    used a steam engine to drill for the oil near tituville, pensilvania.
  • Homestead Acts

    permitted any citizen o intended citizen to select any survey land up to 160 acres and to gain title to it after five years residence if the [erson cultivated the land.
  • Pacific Railway Act

    gave lands to railroad companies to sevelop a railroad line linking the East and the West coast.
  • Westward Expantion/2nd Industrial Revolution

    coal and steem were one of the thisngs that made up the 2nd industrial revolution; there was many new inventions.
  • Transportation/Railroeads

    the avibility of cheap steel provided by the Bessemer process had a significant impact on railroad expantion.
  • Communication/Telephone/Telegraph

    a new way of comunicating with others.
  • Pacific Railroad Act

    this act gave lands to railroad companies to develop a railroad like linking the East and West coast.
  • Andrew Carnegie

    he was a mster at utilizing these new business strategies. he began lfe in humble suroundings , he was born in 1835 in the attic of a a small one-story house in Scotland. He began to invest stock in numerous ventures such as bridges, iron, oil, railroads, and telegraph lines.
  • Bessemer Process

    this method could produce more steel in one day than the older techniques could turn out in one week.
  • Graft

    political coruption; people do favors to people to get power like political bosses.