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Teacher: Steve Knight
Because of European warfare, in his farewell address (1796), President Washington urged Americans not to form __ alliances.
These early settlers in Colonial America gave us public education and the New England Town Hall Meeting.
Thomas Jefferson was influenced by the writings of this central figure of the Enlightenment.
This was the British policy of relaxing the supervision of the colonies, allowing the colonies to rule themselves.
Missouri, Kentucky, West Virginia, Maryland, and Delaware in the Civil War were all these.
Before the Civil War, the principle of __ was proposed as a means of deciding legalization of slavery in a new state or territory.
The number of slaves freed by President Lincoln's Emancipation Proclamation in 1863.
This amendment allowed universal male suffrage regardless of race.
This event in 1786 convinced many Americans of a stronger federal government.
This antebellum reformer is remembered for prison & asylum reform.
The Virginia and Kentucky Resolution (1798) and the SC Exposition & Protest (1828) supported __ rights.
McCulloch v. Maryland and Gibbons v. Ogden were both SCOTUS cases that increased the power of the __ government.
This Revolutionary War battle helped gain a French alliance.
Ben Franklin drew the "Join or Die" snake to warn colonists to united against the growing __ threat.
The mid-nineteenth century belief that it was America's God-given right to expand westward.
The __ Party of the mid-nineteenth century was largely nativist and anti-Catholic.
This amendment abolished slavery.
During the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, Britain relied on __ to get raw goods from the colonies and discourage self-sufficiency.
Marbury v. Madison (1803) established the principle of this.
The age of reason. Influenced Jefferson to write the Declaration of Independence.
The first women's rights movement in 1848.
The Missouri Compromise of 1820 tried to maintain the balance of free vs. slave states in this.
First successful permanent English settlement in 1607.