By Stephen Armstrong
Skill-building flashcards that offer six hundred crucial AP phrases for simple memorization utilizing the ease of on-the-go study
5 Steps to a five: AP U.S. historical past Flashcards gains six hundred keywords that professional writer Stephen Armstrong has chosen as ones that regularly seem on AP U.S. background tests. this additional device raises your wisdom and is helping you in achieving as much as a greatest five ranking. you presently have an extra method to grasp the main phrases which are the foundation of AP U.S. heritage luck, added in a structure that's handy on your lifestyle.
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History in preparation for the AP exam. S. History. If you need to find the location of a term, refer to the alphabetical list of terms. ) American Indian Movement American Liberty League American System Anaconda Copper Company Anaconda Plan Andrew Carnegie Andrew Jackson Anne Hutchinson Anthracite Coal Anti-Federalists Anti-Imperialist League Anti-Saloon League Appomattox Army Act Army-McCarthy Hearings Articles of Confederation Assembly Line Astrolabe Atlantic Charter Aztecs Baby Boom Ballinger-Pinchot Affair Bank War Bataan Death March Battle of Antietam Battle of Chancellorsville Battle of Chateau-Thierry Battle of Concord Battle of Dien Bien Phu Battle of Fredericksburg Battle of Gettysburg Battle of Guadalcanal Battle of Midway Battle of Saratoga Battle of Shiloh Battle of the Atlantic Battle of the Bulge Battle of the Coral Sea Battle of the Little Bighorn Battle of Trenton Battle of Vicksburg Battle of Yorktown Bay of Pigs Bear Flag Republic Beat Generation Belleau Wood Benjamin Franklin Berlin Airlift Berlin Wall Bessemer Steel Bicameral Legislature Bill of Rights Birth of a Nation Black Codes Black Nationalism Black Panthers Black Power “Black Tuesday” Blacklist “Bleeding Kansas” Bonanza Farms Bonus Army Booker T.
Madison • The 1803 decision of this case, written by Chief Justice John Marshall, established the principle of judicial review • Judicial review means that the Supreme Court has the ultimate power to decide if any federal or state law is unconstitutional Judicial Review Judicial Review • In the 1803 Marbury v. S. James Madison James Madison • Author of the Virginia Plan and “Father of the Constitution” • Proposed the amendments that became the Bill of Rights • Served as secretary of state, 1801–1809 • As president from 1809 to 1817, he led the United States through the War of 1812 Tecumseh Tecumseh • Was a Shawnee soldier and statesman • With his brother, Tenskwatawa (“the Prophet”), he tried to form a Native American confederacy to resist further white expansion • Was killed at the Battle of the Thames, fighting for the British in the War of 1812 “War Hawks” “War Hawks” • A group of younger Democratic-Republican congressmen, including Henry Clay and John C.
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