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America Land I Love Semester Review

NBCS 2012 Mrs. Jennifer Linder
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Jennifer Linder

on 11 December 2012

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America Land I Love Semester Review Chapter 1 I waited many years to voyage to the east by sailing west. I did not know that I had really discovered a new land. Christopher Columbus I was the first in the west to print a book using a moveable type press. The book I chose to print was the Bible. This brought the west out of the Dark Ages. Johann Gutenberg I am a Spanish Conquistador who conquered in Aztecs in my search for gold. Hernando
Cortez This is the oldest continuous inhabited city in North America. St. Augustine Florida We are the emerging social class of the Modern Age. The Middle Class We are the French Christians that were persecuted by Catholics and forced to leave our country. Huguenots During this time period, art and learning are reborn in society leading to a rebirth of Faith. The Renaissance I am the King of Spain that sent my invincible armada to defeat the English, but God had other plans for my navy. King Phillip II I lived with the Kublai Khan and
brought stories of great wealth
back to Europe My navy defeated the
Spanish Armada Marco Polo Elizabeth I A series of campaigns to free the Holy Land from Muslim control The Crusades Chapter 2 I am an Italian explorer that actually explored the east coast for England John Cabot I attempted to establish colonies on the east coast of North America, but almost bankrupted my family. One of the colonies remains lost to this day. Sir Walter Raleigh I am the pastor that led the first pilgrims to the New World. William Brewster I was the first governor of the Plymouth colony. John Carver I served as the governor of the Plymouth Colony for 30 years and moved the colony away from the common store. William Bradford This colony financed by Walter Raleigh that disappeared with only the clue Croatoan carved on a tree. Roanoke The Virginian colony that almost failed because of laziness, disease, greed and the common store. Jamestown The Dutch home of the pilgrims of the Plymouth Colony. Leyden The economic system where everything is shared equally regardless of effort that promotes laziness. Common Store The economic system that saved the colonies by rewarding hard work and promoting charity. Capitalism/
Free Enterprise America’s first history book written by William Bradford. History of Plymouth Plantation The governing document of the Plymouth colony drawn up by the members of the colony. Mayflower Compact The first and oldest elected assembly of the colonies. House of Burgess Chapter 3 Puritan minister that evangelized the Indians and translated the Bible into the Algonquin language John Eliot I founded the colony of Rhode Island after disagreeing with the leadership of Massachusetts. Roger Williams I founded the colony of Pennsylvania where there was freedom of religion. William Penn The Dutch name for New York New Netherlands The colony established especially for Catholics. Maryland The colony with the largest city in colonial America. Pennsylvania The colony established by James Oglethorpe as a colony for debtors. Georgia The movement of 25,000 Puritans to the New World between 1630 and 1642 Great Migration The belief that
All work is created by God
All work is noble
Man was created to work
Christians serve God best by working diligently and faithfully in his calling. Puritan Work Ethic The Maryland law that granted freedom to all that professed the name of Christ. Toleration Act The first written constitution in America. The Fundamental Orders of Connecticut The law that required all Massachusetts parents to provide for the education of the children. Ole Deluder Satan Act Chapter 4 Colonial scientists that built a clock made of wood and accurately predicted the eclipse of 1789 Benjamin Bannecker Puritan minister and scientist that introduced the vaccine for smallpox to America Cotton Mather German religious group that had a passion for missions Moravians The economic system that provided that colonies only exist for the good of the mother country We led the revival in England that spread to America known as the First Great Awakening. John and Charles
Wesley I was sent by the king to fight the French in America. I would not listen to advice and got many men, including myself, killed attempting to build a supply road. General Braddock I was a friend to the colonies trying to stop unfair legislation in the Parliament William Pitt, the Elder &
Edmund Burke French fort at the forks of the Monongahela and Allegheny rivers that was of strategic importance during the French and Indian War. Fort Duquesne The primary textbook for schools in America that was filled with Scripture, moral stories and poem. The New England Primer Allowed non Christians to become part of the church so they participate in government. The Great Mistake of the Puritans. Halfway Covenant The revival that started in England and spread to America planting the seeds of liberty into the hearts of men. The Great Awakening War between the British and French fought in all their colonies around the world. This war started in America and spread to Europe and established the English as the dominate power in North America. French and Indian War English law requiring colonists to provide housing and food for British soldiers. Later, it would give the British army to the right to seize homes and supplies for troop quarters. Quartering Act The colonists successful attempt to organize protests against the Stamp Act. Stamp Act Congress Chapter 6 Road through the night to warn colonial militias of the British march on Lexington and Concord Paul Revere
William Dawes
Dr. Samuel Prscott Leader of the Green Mountain boys that captured Fort Ticonderoga without firing a shot Ethan Allen Author of the tract “Common Sense” Thomas Paine British general that surrendered to Washington and Yortown Gen. Corwallis The first battles of the Revolutionary War Lexington and Concord The battle that turned the war to the favor of the Americans, for it brought French aid to the troops Saratoga Revolutionary battle actually fought on Breeds Hill outside of Boston Bunker Hill Fort where the America troops suffered and trained through two long winters Valley Forge The place of the English surrender Yorktown Document that explained why the
Americans were fighting for
freedom from England Declaration of
Independence Mercantilism Governed the colonies during the Revolutionary war and drafted the Articles of Confederation Second Continental Congress A final attempt to resolve the differences between the colonies and England peacefully. It was not even read by King George III. Olive Branch Petition Treaty that ended the Revolutionary War Treaty of Paris Chapter 5 The great theologian of the first Great Awakening whose most famous sermon was “Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God.” Johnathan Edwards I am the great evangelist of the first Great Awakening who made seven trips to the colonies preaching the word of God. George Whitefield Chapter 7 The “Father of the Constitution” and the only sitting president to lead troops into battle during the War of 1812. James Madison The indispensable man of the constitutional convention George Washington The elder statesman who called the convention to prayer and signed all the founding documents of the country. Benjamin Franklin Believed in a strong central government and was the first Secretary of the Treasury. Alexander Hamilton Believed in a smaller central government and was the first Secretary of State Thomas Jefferson Secretary of War under President Washington. Henry Knox The first capitol city of the United States. New York City The first ruling document of the freed colonies and that provided for strong state government and weal central government Articles of Confederation The plan of representation that favored large states. Virginia Plan The plan of representation that favored smaller states. Those that did not support the new Constitution Federalists The first 10 amendments to the Constitution detailing the personal freedoms of all Americans. Bill of Rights Carpenters Hall in Philadelphia where the Continental Congresses met and where the Constitution was drafted Independence Hall Chapter 8 explored the northern sections of the Louisiana Purchase Lewis and Clark Negotiated with France for the
purchase of New Orleans and ended
up buying the Louisiana Territory Robert Livingston and James Monroe Second generation statesman and War Hawk of Kentucky Henry Clay President who led troop during
the War of 1812 James Madison Saved the original Declaration of Independence and portrait of Washington before the White House burned Dolly Madison General of the Battle of New Orleans Andrew Jackson author of the Star Spangled Banner Francis Scott Key First opened and traveled by Daniel Boone Wilderness Road First frontier state admitted to the union Kentucky Refers to the Ohio River Valley Northwest Territory Land purchased from France that doubled the size of the US Louisiana Purchase
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