AP U.S. History

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In History
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    Colonial Era

    -Settlements/Colonies (Religion)
    -Atlantic Slave Trade
    -Salem Witch Trials
    -King Philip's War
    -Bacon's Rebellion
    -British Mercantilism
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    First Great Awakening

    -"Old" vs "New" Lights
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    Revolutionary Era

    -Pontiac's Rebellion
    -Proclamation of 1763
    -Salutary Neglect
    -Tax Acts
    -Sons of Liberty; Committees of Correspondence; Minute Men
    -Olive Branch Proposition
    -Boston Massacre --> Boston Tea Party
    -"Common Sense" by Thomas Paine
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    Second Great Awakening

    -"Spiritual Reform from Within"
    -Asylum & Prison Reforms
    -Women's Rights
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    Early America

    -Bill of Rights & Constitution
    -Midnight Judges
    -Manifest Destiny
    -Louisiana Purchase
    -Lewis & Clark Expedition'
    -Barbary Wars
    -The Second Middle Passage
    -War of 1812
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    Era of Good Feelings

    -Anglo-American Peace (Oregon)
    -2nd National Bank
    -Monroe Doctrine
    -1st Seminole War
    -Panic of 1819
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    Antebellum Period

    -Missouri Compromise
    -California Gold Rush
    -Mexican-American War
    -Compromise of 1850
    -Rise Whig Party
    -Bleeding Kansas
    -Dred Scott Case
    -Lincoln Douglas Debates
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    Jacksonian Era

    -Indian Removal Act
    -2nd Seminole War
    -Trail of Tears
    -Nullification Crisis
    -Remember the Alamo
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    The Civil War

    -Birth of the Confederacy
    -Battle for Fort Sumter
    -Bohemian Brigade
    -Emancipation Proclamation
    -Election of 1864
    -Anaconda Plan
    -Sherman's March to the Sea
    -Lincoln's Assassination
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    Reconstruction Era

    -Wade-Davis Bill
    -Impeachment of Andrew Johnson
    -Reconstruction Amendments (13th, 14th, 15th)
    -Rise of the Ku Klux Klan
    -Black Politics
    -Freedmen's Bureau
    -Whiskey Ring Affair
    -Panic of 1873
    -Resumption Act of 1875 ("Cheap Money" vs "Hard Money")
    -Election of 1876
    -Compromise of 1877
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    Gilded Age

    -Political Machines
    -Rise of American Industries
    -Thomas Nast vs Boss Tweed
    -"The American Renaissance" (Jacob Rii's Photograph)
    -Puck Magazine
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    Jim Crow Era (Pt. 1)

    -Plessy v. Ferguson
    -Jim Crow Laws
    -Niagara Movement
    -Ida B. Wells
    -Ray Stannard Baker
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    Progressive Era

    -Seneca Falls
    -Women Suffragists
    -Temperance Movements
    -Yellow Journalism
    -Sanger's Crusade (Birth-Control League)
    -Annexation of Hawaii
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    Jim Crow Era (Pt. 2)

    -Marcus Garvey
    -Red Summer
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    World War I

    -Panama Canal
    -Big Stick Policy
    -Great migration
    -Election of 1912
    -Zimmerman Telegram
    -Espionage Act of 1917 & Sedition Act of 1918
    -Red Scare
    -Palmer Raids
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    Roaring Twenties

    -Prohibition Amendment
    -Harlem Renaissance (Jazz)
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    Great Depression

    -Bonus Army
    -Dust bowl
    -FDR's New deals
    -Good Neighbor Policy
    -Tydings-McDuffie Act
    -Isolationism (Neutrality Acts)
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    World War II

    -The Second Red Scare
    -FDR's "Four Freedoms Speech"
    -Zoot Suit Riots
    -Japan's "Twenty-One Demands" vs U.S's Open Door Policy
    -Attack on Pearl Harbor
    -Executive Order 9066
    -Manhattan Project
    -Yalta Conference
    -War in the Pacific
    -Potsdam Conference
    -G.I Bill
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    Cold War

    -Proxy Wars (Asia, Latin America, Middle East, Eastern Europe)
    -Blacklists against Communism
    -Kitchen Debates
    -Space Race
    -Arms Race
    -Iron Curtain
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    Civil Rights Era

    -Hippie Movement (Rock, Counterculture, etc.)
    -Second Feminism Wave
    -Environmental Movement
    -Civil Rights Movement
    -Anti-War Movement
    -Gay Rights Movement
    -New Left & New Right Politics
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    War on Terror

    -Panama Invasion
    -Operation Desert Storm/Persian Gulf War
    -World Trade Center Attack (1992)
    -Oklahoma City Bombing
    -9/11 Attacks
    -Department of Homeland Security
    -Patriot Act
    -Afghanistan War
    -Iraq War
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    Modern-Day Globalization

    -World Bank
    -G7 Summit