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1 APUSH REVIEW PERIODS 1-5

2 TABLE OF CONTENTS Cover Copyright Information Teacher Instructions Student Handouts Key Font, Image, & Document Information Social Studies 4 Life!

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4 APUSH Period 1-5 Review TEACHER INSTRUCTIONS 1) Distribute a copy of the selected review activity to each student. Draw student attention to the instructions for the exercise. You may choose to have students work in pairs. 2) Give students 15 minutes to complete as much of the task as they can without using their resources. 3) At the end of the 15 minutes, give students 10 minutes to use their notes/textbooks/other students to finish the exercise. 4) At the end of the 10 minutes, review the work with student using the key. 5) Repeat with the other two exercises. Social Studies 4 Life!

5 PERIODIZATION REVIEW INSTRUCTIONS: For each event/development, identify the period with which it is most directly associated. Period 1 ( ) Period 2 ( ) Period 3 ( ) Period 4 ( ) Period 5 ( ) Fourteenth Amendment Boston Tea Party Homestead Act French & Indian War Lewis & Clark Expedition First Great Awakening American System Kansas-Nebraska Act Albany Plan Salem Witch Trials Christopher Columbus voyages Treaty of Ghent Missouri Compromise Battle of Antietam Three-Fifths Compromise Indian Removal Act King Philip s War Articles of Confederation Era of Good Feelings city upon a hill Hamilton s Economic Plan Navigation Acts Bill of Rights California Gold Rush headright system Bleeding Kansas McCulloch v. Maryland Common Sense Seneca Falls Convention Columbian Exchange Freedmen s Bureau Gadsden Purchase Lowell System Battle of New Orleans Battle of Saratoga Monroe Doctrine Pueblo Revolt cotton gin Bacon s Rebellion Nullification Crisis Louisiana Purchase Constitutional Convention Wilmot Proviso Declaration of Independence Whiskey Rebellion Northwest Ordinance Nat Turner s Rebellion Mayflower Compact Stono Rebellion Erie Canal Formation of Republican Party Shays Rebellion Alien & Sedition Acts Marbury v. Madison Mexican-American War Stamp Act encomienda system Emancipation Proclamation The Federalist Papers Uncle Tom s Cabin Adams-Onís Treaty salutary neglect Formation of Whig Party Dred Scott v. Sandford Fifteenth Amendment Maryland Act of Toleration Social Studies 4 Life!

6 FUN WITH TIMELINES INSTRUCTIONS: For each set of events, identify the order in which they occurred by marking the earliest event with a 1, the next event with a 2, and so on. Next to the title for each grouping is a number indicating the total number of events. Establishment of Colonies (6) Georgia Jamestown Massachusetts Bay Roanoke Pennsylvania Plymouth The Critical Period (6) The Federalist (Papers) Bill of Rights Ratified Constitutional Convention Shays Rebellion Articles of Confederation Ratified George Washington s First Inauguration Imperial Crisis (12) Stamp Act Declaratory Act Battle of Lexington & Concord Navigation Acts Sugar Act French & Indian War Battle of Yorktown Declaration of Independence Boston Tea Party Intolerable Acts Battle of Saratoga Common Sense War of 1812 (6) Embargo Act Treaty of Ghent Era of Good Feelings Non-Intercourse Act White House Burns Battle of New Orleans Wars (6) King Philip s War War of 1812 Mexican-American War American War for Independence Civil War Texas War for Independence Social Studies 4 Life!

7 Territorial Expansion (7) Gadsden Purchase Louisiana Purchase Texas Annexation Mexican Cession (Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo) Seward s Folly (purchase of Alaska) Adams-Onís Treaty (acquisition of Florida) Oregon Territory (through a treaty with Britain) Sectional Crisis (9) Compromise of 1850 Missouri Compromise Kansas-Nebraska Act Wilmot Proviso Pottawatomie Massacre California Gold Rush Raid on Harpers Ferry Lincoln-Douglas Debates Election of 1860 Civil War (9) Emancipation Proclamation South Carolina Secedes Attack on Fort Sumter Surrender at Appomattox Battle of Gettysburg Battle of Antietam Lincoln s First Inauguration Formation of CSA Lincoln s Assassination Reconstruction (6) Freedmen s Bureau Established 15 th Amendment Ratified Lincoln s 10% Plan Announced Compromise of 1877 Military/Radical Reconstruction Begins Presidential Reconstruction (Andrew Johnson) Supreme Court (4) Marbury v. Madison Plessy v. Ferguson Dred Scott v. Sandford McCulloch v. Maryland Social Studies 4 Life!

8 PLACES Instructions: For each event/individual below identify the state with which it is most closely associated. 1. John Adams 2. John C. Calhoun 3. George Washington 4. Alexander Hamilton 5. Shays Rebellion 6. Nat Turner s Rebellion 7. Andrew Jackson 8. Constitutional Convention 9. Raid on Harper s Ferry 10. Battle of San Jacinto 11. Charles Sumner 12. Battle of Saratoga 13. Andrew Johnson 14. Bacon s Rebellion 15. Thaddeus Stevens 16. John Rolfe 17. Anne Hutchinson 18. Trail of Tears 19. Henry Clay 20. Erie Canal 21. Whiskey Rebellion 22. Nullification Crisis 23. Alamo 24. Pocahontas 25. Battle of Gettysburg 26. William Lloyd Garrison 27. James Madison 28. Lowell System 29. Fort Sumter 30. William Penn 31. Seneca Falls Convention 32. John Winthrop 33. Pottawatomie Massacre 34. Thomas Jefferson 35. Stephen Douglas 36. Benjamin Franklin 37. Sherman s March 38. Stono Rebellion 39. Salem Witch Trials 40. Pueblo Revolt Social Studies 4 Life!

9 PERIODIZATION REVIEW - KEY INSTRUCTIONS: For each event/development, identify the period with which it is most directly associated. Period 1 ( ) Period 2 ( ) Period 3 ( ) Period 4 ( ) Period 5 ( ) 5 Fourteenth Amendment 3 Boston Tea Party 5 Homestead Act 3 French & Indian War 4 Lewis & Clark Expedition 2 First Great Awakening 4 American System 5 Kansas-Nebraska Act 2/3 Albany Plan Salem Witch Trials 1 Christopher Columbus voyages 4 Treaty of Ghent 4 Missouri Compromise 5 Battle of Antietam 3 Three-Fifths Compromise 4 Indian Removal Act 2 King Philip s War 3 Articles of Confederation 4 Era of Good Feelings 2 city upon a hill 3 Hamilton s Economic Plan 2 Navigation Acts 3 Bill of Rights 5 California Gold Rush 2 headright system 5 Bleeding Kansas 4 McCulloch v. Maryland 3 Common Sense 4 Seneca Falls Convention 1 Columbian Exchange 5 Freedmen s Bureau 5 Gadsden Purchase 4 Lowell System 4 Battle of New Orleans 3 Battle of Saratoga 4 Monroe Doctrine 1 Pueblo Revolt 4 cotton gin* 2 Bacon s Rebellion 4 Nullification Crisis 4 Louisiana Purchase 3 Constitutional Convention 5 Wilmot Proviso** _3_Declaration of Independence 3 Whiskey Rebellion 3 Northwest Ordinance 4 Nat Turner s Rebellion 2 Mayflower Compact 2 Stono Rebellion 4 Erie Canal _5 Formation of Republican Party 3 Shays Rebellion 3 Alien & Sedition Acts 4 Marbury v. Madison 5 Mexican-American War** 3 Stamp Act 1 encomienda system 5 Emancipation Proclamation 3 The Federalist Papers 5 Uncle Tom s Cabin 3 Adams-Onís Treaty 2 salutary neglect 4 Formation of Whig Party 5 Dred Scott v. Sandford 5 Fifteenth Amendment 2 Maryland Act of Toleration *The cotton gin is invented in the last years of the 18 th century, but its impact is not really felt until after **Given the overlap between Periods 4 & 5, some items could go in either the key places events where they are most relevant. Social Studies 4 Life!

10 FUN WITH TIMELINES INSTRUCTIONS: For each set of events, identify the order in which they occurred by marking the earliest event with a 1, the next event with a 2, and so on. Next to the title for each grouping is a number indicating the total number of events. Establishment of Colonies (6) 6 Georgia Jamestown Massachusetts Bay Roanoke Pennsylvania Plymouth 1620 The Critical Period (6) 4 The Federalist (Papers) Bill of Rights Ratified Constitutional Convention Shays Rebellion Articles of Confederation Ratified George Washington s First Inauguration 1789 Imperial Crisis (12) 4 Stamp Act Declaratory Act Battle of Lexington & Concord Navigation Acts Beginning Sugar Act French & Indian War Battle of Yorktown Declaration of Independence Boston Tea Party Intolerable Acts Battle of Saratoga Common Sense 1776 War of 1812 (6) 1 Embargo Act Treaty of Ghent December Era of Good Feelings circa Non-Intercourse Act White House Burns August Battle of New Orleans December 1814-January 1815 Wars (6) 1 King Philip s War War of Mexican-American War American War for Independence Civil War Texas War for Independence Social Studies 4 Life!

11 Territorial Expansion (7) 6 Gadsden Purchase Louisiana Purchase Texas Annexation Mexican Cession (Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo) Seward s Folly (purchase of Alaska) Adams-Onís Treaty (acquisition of Florida) Oregon Territory (through a treaty with Britain) 1846 Sectional Crisis (9) 4 Compromise of Missouri Compromise Kansas-Nebraska Act Wilmot Proviso Pottawatomie Massacre May California Gold Rush Raid on Harpers Ferry Lincoln-Douglas Debates Election of 1860 Civil War (9) 6 Emancipation Proclamation effective Jan South Carolina Secedes Attack on Fort Sumter April Surrender at Appomattox April 9, Battle of Gettysburg July Battle of Antietam September Lincoln s First Inauguration March Formation of CSA February Lincoln s Assassination April 14, 1865 (died on 15 th ) Reconstruction (6) 2 Freedmen s Bureau Established th Amendment Ratified Lincoln s 10% Plan Announced December Compromise of Military/Radical Reconstruction Begins Presidential Reconstruction (Andrew Johnson) Supreme Court (4) 1 Marbury v. Madison Plessy v. Ferguson* Dred Scott v. Sandford McCulloch v. Maryland 1819 *The Plessy v. Ferguson case is outside Period 5, but is often taught with Reconstruction. Social Studies 4 Life!

12 PLACES - KEY Instructions: For each event/individual below identify the state with which it is most closely associated. 1. MA John Adams 2. SC John C. Calhoun 3. VA George Washington 4. NY Alexander Hamilton 5. MA Shays Rebellion 6. VA Nat Turner s Rebellion 7. TN Andrew Jackson 8. PA Constitutional Convention 9. VA* Raid on Harper s Ferry 10. TX Battle of San Jacinto 11. MA Charles Sumner 12. NY Battle of Saratoga 13. TN Andrew Johnson 14. VA Bacon s Rebellion 15. MA Thaddeus Stevens 16. VA John Rolfe 17. MA/RI Anne Hutchinson 18. _GA/OK Trail of Tears 19. KY Henry Clay 20. NY Erie Canal 21. PA Whiskey Rebellion 22. SC Nullification Crisis 23. TX Alamo 24. VA Pocahontas 25. PA Battle of Gettysburg 26. MA William Lloyd Garrison 27. VA James Madison 28. MA Lowell System 29. SC Fort Sumter 30. _PA William Penn 31. NY Seneca Falls Convention 32. MA John Winthrop 33. KS Pottawatomie Massacre 34. VA Thomas Jefferson 35. IL Stephen Douglas 36. PA Benjamin Franklin 37. GA Sherman s March 38. SC Stono Rebellion 39. MA Salem Witch Trials 40. NM Pueblo Revolt *Harpers Ferry is now in West Virginia, but it was in the state of Virginia in Social Studies 4 Life!

13 Fonts, Images, Documents All fonts used are free for commercial use. Cover Text: Elected Office Remaining Text: PT Sans All images and graphics are public domain or allow commercial reuse. Cover page background flag image: Penguin image on cover: Location image on Places exercise: Time image: Map filled with flag: Social Studies 4 Life!

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