Unit I.As farming became fundamental to ancient societies in Central America, it had a drastic impact on the population of these societies. Identify what you believe to be the three most important effects of farming, and explain your choices thoroughly.
Unit I. The Spanish, French, and English all explored America and left a lasting mark on the New World’s development. Compare and contrast the colonization methods used by each. Be sure to discuss the goals, characteristics, and lasting effects of each power’s methods.
Unit II. Both indentured servants and African slaves were used as sources of labor in the Americas. Compare and contrast the lives of each in the colonies. Also, explain why the colonies moved increasingly from indentured servants to slaves.
Unit II. The mercantilist system will eventually be cited as a reason for the American Revolution. However, this was not always the case. Define the mercantilist system and its effects on the colonies prior to 1760. Also, explain the initial colonial reaction to this system.
Unit III. Elaborate on either the Enlightenment or the Great Awakening. How did the movement impact the ideological development of the colonies?
Unit III. As both England and France solidified their colonial empires, contact with the natives was inevitable. However, each group treated natives differently. Compare and contrast the native relations of each group. Which group created a strong alliance with natives and why?
Unit IV. A number of disagreements occurred at the Constitutional Convention of 1787. What were they and how were they resolved?
Unit IV. Describe and analyze the wartime experiences of the Revolution and the effects on women, slaves, and natives.
Unit V. Family and religion were the two major elements of the slave community. Describe the function each played in the community, and determine if either or both weakened or strengthened the institution of slavery. Thoroughly support your reasoning with specific details from the text.
Unit V. Outline the events that led to Marbury v. Madison. What lasting consequences did this decision hold? Was it a win for Federalists or Democratic-Republicans and why?
Unit VI. Describe the policy that Andrew Jackson employed in his quest for Indian Removal. What problems did his policy encounter? What effects did the removal have on Native Americans?
UnitVI. What led to the emergence of an American middle class? How did the structure and nature of the family change with this emergence?
Unit VII. America has been called a nation of immigrants. However, many Americans reacted negatively to the mass immigrations of the 1840s and 1850s. Who immigrated during this time period and what factors concerning their presence provoked American hostility?
UnitVII. Compare and contrast four reform movements of the era: temperance, public education, asylums, and feminism. Be sure to note key details in each concerning the origins, important leaders, objectives, and accomplishments
Unit VIII. Address the role of women as army nurses. What opportunities did it create? Did it have a greater affect on one region than the other? Why or why not?
Unit VIII. Compare and contrast the political attitudes toward slavery of Stephen A. Douglas with those of Abraham Lincoln. What were the results of the Lincoln-Douglas Debates?
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