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1 Day One U.S. History Review Packet Scavenger Hunt Unit One: Colonial Era These two (2) geographic features protect and isolate the United States geographically today? This was the political 3. border established by the British during Colonial rule? This was the geographic 4. border of the U.S. during British rule? What was the economic Define It: policy of the British towards the colonies before the Revolution? This was the war 7. between the French and the British in colonial times? What were two (2) characteristics of the Southern colonies? What were two (2) characteristics of the Northern colonies? Name three (3) early attempts at colonial government? Define: 15. Salutary Neglect

2 How did salutary neglect affect the 16. colonies? This was the first 17. attempt at unifying the colonies under British rule? What was "Common 18. Sense"? What was the purpose 19. if the "Declaration of Independence"? What influenced 20. Thomas Jefferson to write the Declaration? Whose theory of 21. natural rights is in the Declaration? How is it different in 22. the Declaration? Name three (3) colonial responses to British economic policies Name three (3) ideas or influences during the writing of the Declaration of Independence that the colonists believed? Name two (2) British responses enacted towards the colonies? Describe them. What country assisted 31. the Colonies during the Revolutionary War? What becomes the 32. western boundary of the United States after the Revolutionary War? Total /65

3 Day Two U.S. History Review Packet Scavenger Hunt Unit Two: A New Nation Part One What was the first document and 1. form of American government after independence from Britain? What were Americans distrustful 2. of? Why were they distrustful of this? Name three (3) problems or weaknesses of the Articles of Confederation? Name one (1) success of the 6. Articles of Confederation? What were two (2) characteristics of the Northern colonies during this time? What were two (2) characteristics of the Southern colonies during this time? How was government organized 11. under the Articles of Confederation? What was the Constitutional 12. Convention? What was it supposed to do? List the differences between the Articles of Confederation and the U.S. Constitution? What event triggers the 15. government to realize that they needed a new form of government? Define: Three-Fifths Compromise 16. Define: Great Compromise 17.

4 List the differences between the New Jersey and Virginia Plan. Name the three (3) responsibilities of the President of the U.S.? Define: Ratification 23. What is a Federalist? 24. Name the three (3) branches of government and their responsibilities? What are checks and balances? Give an example What is federalism? 31. What is judicial review? 32. Name the court case and year that created judicial review? Total / 70

5 Day Three U.S. History Review Packet Scavenger Hunt Unit Two: A New Nation Part Two How was government organized 1. under the Articles of Confederation? Give two (2) examples of the flexibility of the Constitution? Name the three (3) branches of government and their responsibilities? What are the Federalist Papers? 7. What are reserved powers in the 8. U.S. Constitution? What are delegated powers in the 9. U.S. Constitution? What are reserved powers in the 10. U.S. Constitution? What is division of power in the 11. U.S. Constitution?

6 What was the first test of the U.S. 12. Constitution regarding taxes? What was the result of this test? 13. What did George Washington warn us about in his Farewell Address? (2 things) What was Thomas Jefferson's 16. interpretation of the U.S. Constitution? 17. Thomas Jefferson believed in? Alexander Hamilton believed in? 18. Total / 40

7 Day Four Define Nationalism List two effects of the Louisiana Purchase. Define Sectionalism U.S. History Review Packet Scavenger Hunt Unit Three: Westward Expansion Thomas Jefferson went against his 4. beliefs regarding the U.S. Constitution and did this without Congressional approval? What two (2) powers did Jefferson 5. use? (for the above) 3 0. What Presidential power 6. did Andrew Jackson use during his presidency? Define it. What did the U.S. 7. Government do to American Indians under Andrew Jackson? What was it called? What Supreme Court case 8. told Jackson he couldn't do? What was his response? Define: Monroe Doctrine 9. What enabled Midwest 10. farmers the ability to sell goods to the East Coast? Define: Manifest Destiny 11.

8 What happened in California in 1849? What problems did it cause? 12. Define: Homestead Act of Name two causes of Westward Expansion. 14. Name two results of westward expansion. 15. Total / 30

9 Day Five US History Review Packet Scavenger Hunt Unit Four: Civil War Define: Abolitionist 1. What Supreme Court case 2. was a cause of the Civil War? Name and explain the three compromises to settle disputes over slavery in the western territories. What phrase was used to 6. describe clashes between pro-slavery and antislavery groups? This book showed the horrors of slavery and contributed to the start of the Civil War. For number 8, name the author. This was the secret 9. network that helped slaves escape to the North?

10 Name three (3) causes of the Civil War? This person was the 13. President during the Civil War? What event started the Civil War? 14. What was Lincoln's main 15. Goal during the Civil War? Define: The Emancipation 16. Proclamation After Lincoln issued the 17. Emancipation Proclamation this became the reason for the war? Name three beliefs of Abraham Lincoln? Define: Habeas Corpus 21. What did Lincoln do with 22. Habeas Corpus? Name three (3) policies Lincoln used to expand Presidential authority? Total / 50

11 US Day Six US History Review Packet Scavenger Hunt Unit Four: Reconstruction Why didn't Lincoln Free 1. the slaves in ALL of the United States? What was the 13th 2. Amendment? What was the 14th 3. Amendment? What was the 15th 4. Amendment? Name two results of the Civil War? This was term used for the 7. time period after the Civil War to rebuild the South? What ended the period? 8. How was the North able to 9. win the Civil War? Name four results of the Civil War? What was the Solid 14. South? This group in Congress 15. wanted harsh punishment for the South?

12 What was Lincoln's 16. primary goal for Reconstruction? What did the Radical 17. Republicans want for the South? What were the beliefs 18. of the Radical Republicans? How did Lincoln's death 19. change the course of Reconstruction? Define: Sharecropping 20. What were Black Codes? 21. What Supreme Court decision promotes and legalizes segregation? For number 23, give the year. What was the result of the 24. Supreme Court decision? How did the Southern economy change after the Civil War? 25. Define: Carpet baggers Define: Scalawag 26. Total / 50

13 Day Seven US History Review Packet Scavenger Hunt Unit Five: Industrialization and Migration Define: Tariff 1. Name four causes of the Industrial Revolution Name four effects of the Industrial Revolution 8 9. Name two ways corporations used to be competitive?

14 Define: Capital (economic) 12. How was Social 13. Darwinism used in the Industrial Revolution? Define: Laissez Faire 14. Capitalism What do supply and 15. demand effect? What are trusts? 16. What are monopolies? 17. Define: Robber Baron 18. Define: Rural 19. Define: Urban 20.

15 What was the 21. government's position on business before the Progressive Era? What is urbanization? 22. What did Jacob Riis do? 23. What social class 24. increased as a result of urbanization? Describe the working 25. conditions before government intervention during the Industrial Revolution? What role did 26. immigration play during the Industrial Revolution? Who was the main 27. immigrant group during the 1840s Who were the main 28. immigrant groups from ? Name two ways the government restricted immigration? Define: Nativism 30. Name two ways Nativism was used to protect jobs?

16 What law was passed to 33. limit the power of monopolies? What did Upton Sinclair 34. do? Define: Interstate 35. Commerce Act Total / 70

17 Day Eight US History Review Packet Scavenger Hunt Unit Five and Six: Progressive Movement, Imperialism, and WWI What is the Progressive Movement? What were two reasons people became Progressives? What was the 16th 3. amendment? Name three (3) results/effects of the Progressive Era? What was the progressive 7. political change for the Senate? Define: Labor Union 8. This fire drew national 9. attention to working conditions and worker safety? What is a muckraker? 10. Name two of the policies/platform of the Populist Party?

18 This law was a result of 13. muckrakers and the progressive era for health and safety of the food supply? Name two of Teddy Roosevelt's policies? and define them. Name the reason the U.S. 16. needed to expand to overseas? Define: Yellow Journalism 17. What were two causes of the Spanish American War? What were two results of the Spanish American War? Name two Yellow Journalists?

19 What was the Open Door 24. Policy? What Supreme Court 25. decision limited free speech during wartime? Who was president during 26. WWI? Name two economic effects of WWI? What was the US initial policy regarding war? 29. What does "Clear and 30. Present Danger" mean? What was the Fourteen 31. Points? Why did the League of 32. Nations eventually fail? Total / 70

20 Day Nine US History Review Pack Scavenger Hunt Unit Seven: Boom and Bust Define: Roaring 20 s Define: Prohibition Why was the Assembly 3. Line important? What trial caused a 4. conflict between religion and science? What economic changes 5. occurred during the 1920s? What is a Flapper? 6. Define: Harlem 7. Renaissance What economic changes 8. occurred in 1929? What was the Dust Bowl? 9. Name four causes of the Great Depression? What was Hoover's 14. response to the Great Depression?

21 What President was 15. elected to fix the problems of the Great Depression? How many times was FDR 16. elected to the presidency? Name four New Deal programs and define them Name two impacts/results of the New Deal? What was the Red Scare of the 1920s? 23. Total / 50

22 Day Ten US History Review Packet Scavenger Hunt Unit Eight: WWII and Cold War What was the U.S. policy 1. regarding the start of WWII in Europe? What former President(s) had the same policy? This group went to work 4. in factories in WWII? What was the even that 5. ended the war in the Pacific? This Supreme Court case 6. allowed the confinement of Japanese Americans during WWII? Define: Truman Doctrine 7. What other doctrine in 8. U.S. History is about U.S. foreign policy? Name three results of World War II?

23 What was the risk 12. associated with the Cold War? What was the Berlin 13. Airlift? Define: Containment 14. What was the Marshall 15. Plan? What is NATO? and What does it do? Who was McCarthy and 18. what did he do? Name the two (2) cold war conflicts and their results What is the Domino 21. Theory? How were the war powers 22. of the president limited by law? Total / 50

24 Day Eleven US History Review Guide Scavenger Hunt Units Nine and Ten What Supreme Court decision overturned Plessy v. Ferguson? 1. What were the goals of the NAACP? 2. Name three (3) uses of non-violence during the Civil Rights era? Who was Dr. Martin 6. Luther King Jr. and what did he accomplish? Name three government actions/programs/laws that assisted minorities and/or women? What law ended Jim Crow 10. laws? What was Johnson's Great 11. Society? Name two (2) Supreme Court Cases that expanded a persons' rights accused of a crime? What Supreme Court case 14. limited students' rights in school? Define: Detente 15. What was Watergate? 16. What happened to Nixon? 17. What was Carter's most 18. import foreign policy achievement?

25 What was the economic 19. policy of Ronald Reagan? What is NAFTA? What does it do? What made Ford's 22. presidency unique? What was Nixon's greatest 23. foreign policy achievement? How was Clinton similar to other presidents? (two similarities) What Supreme Court case limited the power of the President for executive privilege? Total / 60

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