University of Louisville
American History 1, 211
Dr. Carol Ely ely@iglou.com


Review for Midterm

Terms & Ideas to Know: "Contact" to Revolution

"contact"
Wampanoag
Powhatan
Columbus
Protestant Reformation
Anglican Church
Sir Walter Raleigh
Roanoke
Virginia
Chesapeake Bay
Jamestown
John Smith
Virginia Company
"starving time"
charter
proprietary colony
Maryland
Catholics
tobacco
Puritan
Plymouth
artisan
yeoman
Separatist
Pilgrim
Calvinism
Commonwealth Era
Massasoit
Plymouth
Massachusetts Bay
Boston
John Winthrop
William Bradford
town meeting
"A Little Commonwealth"
Roger Williams
Anne Hutchinson
Rhode Island
Connecticut
New Hampshire
Canada
Dutch West India Co. Carolinas/Charleston
rice coast/black majority
New Amsterdam
Quakers/Friends
William Penn
Pennsylvania
Philadelphia
pacifist
Delaware
New Jersey
Georgia
West Indies/Caribbean
rum
indentured servant
chattel slavery
Bacon's Rebellion
free blacks
slave trade
middle passage
King Phillip's War
Metacomet
Glorious Revolution
Lords of Trade
smuggling
customs duties
Leisler's Rebellion
Enlightenment
British Empire
backcountry
Scots-Irish
German immigration
Great Awakening/ New Light
Salem Witch Trials
Whig ideology
John Locke
French & Indian War - 7 Years' War
Ohio Valley
Treaty of Paris
Proclamation Line
Parliament
Stamp Act
Stamp Act Riots
Stamp Act Congress
impressments
Boston Massacre
Tea Act
Boston TeaParty
Intolerable Acts
Gen. Thomas Gage
Paul Revere
John Hancock
Samuel Adams
John Adams
1st Continental Congress
Committees of Correspondence
Benjamin Franklin
mixed government
Sons of Liberty
George Washington
Continental Army
Loyalist
Battle of Lexington
Battle of Concord
2nd Continental Congress
Common Sense
Declaration of Independence
Thomas Jefferson
non-importation

quotes:

"we shall be as a city upon a hill"
"no taxation without representation"
"the real Revolution was in the hearts and minds of the people"
"When in the course of human events"
"life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness"
"our lives, our fortunes, and our sacred honor"

don't forget:

maps - know all 13 colonies; major cities (Boston, NewYork, Philadelphia)
readings - "A Little Commonwealth"