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Chuck's HIstory 1

This is Part 1 of the Amarillo ISD AP United States History Course, including material covering the first five out of ten historical periods: 1. Exploration Through the French and Indian War; 2. Treaty of Paris (1763) Through the Constitution; 3. Early National Period Through Era of Good Feelings; 4. Age of Jackson; 5. Causes of the Civil War Through Reconstruction.

1. Exploration through th...

This AISD AP US History Unit covers exploration through the French and Indian War, including exploration, colonization, governmental development, economic development, religious development, colonial wars, salutary neglect, and social development.

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1.1 Early Inhabitants of the Americas

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1.1 Mesoamerica and South America Civilizations

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1.2 John Smith’s A Description of New England

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1.2 Map of the Original 13 Colonies (1776)

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1.2 Overview of the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade

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1.2 Hugh Jones Describes Virginia’s Slave Society

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1.2 Religion in Colonial America

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1.2 Bacon's Rebellion

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1.2 The Glorious Revolution: Reading

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1.2 The Glorious Revolution: Video

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1.2 The Pueblo Revolt

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1.2 Indentured Servitude to Slavery

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1.2 Virginia Slave Laws

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1.3 Immigration

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1.3 Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade Map

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1.3 The Triangular Trade

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1.3 The Middle Passage

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1.3 The Back Country

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1.3 The Enlightenment in America

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1.3 The Salem Witch Trials

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1.3 The Mercantile System

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1.3 Colonial Governments

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1.3 Navigation Acts

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1.4 Map of British Gains French and Indian War

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1 Geography of the Americas

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1 Bering Land Bridge

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1.4 Join or Die

2. Treaty of Paris (1763)...

This AISD AP US History Unit covers the Treaty of Paris (1763) through the Constitution, including British tax policy, colonial reaction, inter-colonial unity, inter-colonial conflict, independence movement, revolution, revolutionary change, Articles of Confederation, and Constitution.

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Declaration of Independence- Text

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The Bill of Rights: Its History & Significance

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The Constitution of the United States of America

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Benjamin Rush

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John Hancock

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John Witherspoon

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Charles Carroll

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John Jay

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Jonathan Trumbull, Sr.

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John Peter Muhlenberg

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Alexis de Tocqueville

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Alexis de Tocqueville

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2.1 1763-1766 British Reform/Colonial Resistance

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2.1 1767-1772 British Reforms/Colonial Resistance

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2.1 Move Toward Open Rebellion 1773-1774

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2.1 Samuel Adams' "The Rights of the Colonists"

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2.1 Background Events, 1761-1774

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2.1 Thomas Paine's "Common Sense"

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2.1 "Reconciliation Better than Independence"

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2.1 Thomas Johnson Letter to Horatio Gates

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2.2 The American Revolution 1775-1777

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2.2 Drafting the Documents

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2.2 Jefferson's "Original Rough Draught"

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2.2 The American Revolution 1778-1783

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2.2 Abigail Adams' Letter to John Adams

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2.3 State Constitutions

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2.3 Articles of Confederation

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2.3 Defects in the Confederation

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2.4 Letters from a Farmer in Pennsylvania

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2.4 Federalist No. 10 by James Madison

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2.4 Constitutional Convention

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2.4 Biography: George Washington

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2 Presentation of the Declaration of Independence

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2 The Colonies Reduced

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2. Boston Massacre

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2. Boston Tea Party

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2. The Bostonians Paying the Excise-man

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2.4 Signing of the Constitution

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2.4 Federal Pillars Cartoon

3. Early National Period ...

This AISD AP US History Unit covers the Early National Period through the Era of Good Feelings, including Federalism, first American party system, Hamilton's economic plan, neutrality and foreign policy, Jeffersonian democracy, Supreme court cases, territorial expansion, freedom of the seas, War of 1812, convention system, national market economy, industrial revolution, transportation revolution, agricultural revolution, nationalism, sectionalism, and Era of Good Feelings..

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3.1 Alexander Hamilton, "Origins of a System"

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3.1 Jefferson and Madison Create a Party

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3.1 The Early Republic part 1

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3.1 The Early Republic part 2

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3.2 The Jeffersonian Republic

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3.1 Republican Motherhood

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3.1 New Roles for White Women

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3.1 The Second Great Awakening

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3.2 Judicial Review

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3.2 Native American Resistance

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3.2 Dilemma of a Revolutionary Slaveholder

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3.2 Cotton and African-American Life

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3.2 James Madison & the War of 1812

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3.3 James Monroe and the Era of Good Feelings

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3.3 John Quincy Adams and the American Economy

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3.3 John Marshall

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3.2 Banneker's Letter to Thomas Jefferson 1791

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3.3 Biography: John Quincy Adams

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3.3 Biography: James Monroe

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3.2 Biography: James Madison

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3.2 Biography: Thomas Jefferson

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3.1 Biography: John Adams

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3.2 Thomas Jefferson Embargo Cartoon

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3.2 Louisiana Purchase Cartoon

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3.2 Burning of Washington

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3.2 Bombardment of Ft. Henry, Battle of Baltimore

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3.2 Hamilton-Burr Duel

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3.4 Cotton Gin

4. Age of Jackson

This AISD AP US History Unit covers the Age of Jackson, including Andrew Jackson's presidency, popular political movements expanded, the two-party political system merged, the power of the presidency increased, America became more optimistic and expansionist, and sectionalism supplanted nationalism.

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4.1 The Life and Times of Andrew Jackson

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4.1 The Age of Jackson

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4.1 Biography: Andrew Jackson

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4.1 The 1828 Presidential Election

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4.1 Excerpt from Tocqueville

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4.1 The Whig Party (1834-1856)

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4.4 Indian Removal Act of 1830

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4.2 Jackson to Van Buren Letter

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4.3 "A Bank on Parnassus"

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4.4 Cherokee Nation vs State of Georgia

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Biography: Martin Van Buren

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Biography: William Henry Harrison

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Biography: John Tyler

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Biography: James K Polk

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Biography: Zachary Taylor

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4.5 Evangelism, Revivalism, 2nd Great Awakening

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4.9 Slavery - The Peculiar Institution

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William Lloyd Garrison

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Frederick Douglass

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Slave narratives and Uncle Tom's Cabin

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Slavery's Affect on the Country as a Whole

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Northern Racism

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4.1 Young Andrew Jackson

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4.4 King Andrew the First

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4.4 Historical Caricature of the Cherokee Nation

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4.7 Zachary Taylor Political Cartoon

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4.3 Jackson Slaying the Many Headed Monster

5. Causes of the Civil Wa...

This AISD AP US History Unit covers the causes of the Civil War through Reconstruction, including sectionalism, abolition, expansion of slavery, apologists, Compromise of 1850, Kansas-Nebraska Act, third American Party System, popular controversies over slavery, economic development, social development, Civil War (social, economic, political consequences), amendments, Reconstruction (economic, political, social consequences), and Compromise of 1877.

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Biography: Millard Fillmore

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Biography: Franklin Pierce

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Biography: James Buchanan

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Biography: Abraham Lincoln

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Biography: Andrew Johnson

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Biography: Ulysses S. Grant

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Biography: Rutherford B. Hayes

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5.3 Civil War Part 1

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5.4 Reconstruction Reading

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5.2 The Secession of the Southern States

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5.2 South Carolina's Causes of Secession

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5.4 Emancipation Proclamation

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5.3 Black Soldiers in the Civil War

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5.3 The Gettysburg Address

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Lincoln's Plan and It's Critics

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Sharecropping

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Crop-Lien System

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5.4 Civil War Significance

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5. Preston Brooks Caning Charles Sumner

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5. "Lincoln spins the news"

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5. Lincoln's Last Warning

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5. Andersonville and Jefferson Davis

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5. "Rebel Chivalry"

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5. The Assassination of President Lincoln

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5. Dividing the Nation

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5. Southern Volunteers Enlist

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5. South Carolina Political Cartoon

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5. Carpetbagger

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5. Secession & Readmission of Confederate States