AP U.S. History

AP U.S. History

AP U.S. History Presidential Review For a more thorough discussion of the topics you will find in the following slides, please visit the site below. http:// kdnnmcapushproject.blogspot.com/ 2012/01/george-washington.html Note: Some topics on the following slides will mix between themes Emerald (Green) Economic Purple Politics Cardinal (Red) Culture The Young Republic/The Critical Period

1788-1815 George Washington, 1789-1797 VP John Adams First Cabinet Positions Treasury, War, State Judiciary Act 1789 First Bank of the United States (Report on Public Credit, Report on Manufactures, Alexander Hamilton) The Bill of Rights, 1791 (Calms Anti-Federalists) French Revolution (Federalists vs Anti-Federalists) Eli Whitney patented Cotton Gin Jays Treaty with England, 1795 Pinckneys Treaty with Spain, 1795 Hamilton vs. Jefferson Farewell Address, 1796 John Adams, 1797-1801, FEDERALIST VP Thomas Jefferson

XYZ Affair, 1797 Quasi War with France Alien Act, Sedition Act, 1798 Kentucky and Virginia Resolutions (Jefferson and Madison) 1798 Handsome Lake, 1799 Gabriel Prossers Slave Rebellion, 1800 Midnight Appointments/Judiciary Act of 1801 Thomas Jefferson, 1801-1809, REPUBLICAN VP- Aaron Burr, SS James Madison

Second Great Awakening (1801-1840s) First Barbary War 1801-1805 Marbury v Madison, 1803 Louisiana Purchase, 1803 Lewis and Clark Expedition, 1804-1806 Aaron Burr and his treason trial, 1804-1807 National (Cumberland) Road authorized, 1806 Impressment, 1806-1812 Embargo Act, 1807 Congress prohibits slave trade into the US, 1808 James Madison, 1809-1817, Republican

VP George Clinton, SS James Monroe Non-Intercourse Act, 1809 Macons Bill No 2, 1810 Fletcher v Peck, 1810 War Hawks (John C. Calhoun SC and Henry Clay KY) Tecumseh, 1811 Turnpike Era 1811-1818

War of 1812, 1812-1814 Treaty of Ghent, 1814 Battle of New Orleans (Andrew Jackson) 1815 Unitarianism, 1815-1860 Early Immigration (Irish and German) 1815-1860 Era of Good Feelings and the Era of the Common Man 1815-1840 James Monroe, 1817-1825, REPUBLICAN VP- Daniel Tompkins SS- JQA

Seminole War (Andrew Jackson) 1816-1818 Erie Canal, 1817 Steamboat Navigation, 1817 Panic of 1819 Dartmouth College v Woodward, 1819 Adams-Onis Treaty, 1819 McCulloch v Maryland, 1819 Missouri Compromise, 1820 Stephen S. Austin founds settlement in Mexican province of Texas, 1821 National (Cumberland) Road Veto, 1822 Denmark Vesseys Rebellion, 1822

Monroe Doctrine, 1823 Gibbons v Ogden, 1824 American System, 1824 John Quincy Adams, 1825-1829, Republican VP John C. Calhoun, SS Henry Clay Corrupt Bargain Railroad Construction, 1826James Fenimore Cooper, Last of the Mohicans, 1826 American Temperance Society, 1826 Noah Webster, The American Dictionary, 1828 Tariff of Abominations, 1828

South Carolina and the Nullification Crisis begins, 1828 Calhouns Exposition and Protest, 1828 Andrew Jackson, 1829-1837, Democrat VP Calhoun and Martin Van Buren

Kitchen Cabinet Spoils System Mormon Church Founded, 1830 Indian Removal Act, 1830 Maysville Road Veto, 1830 Land speculation becomes source of government revenue, 1830-1835 William Lloyd Garrison publishes The Liberator, 1831 Cherokee Nation v Georgia, 1831 Bank Veto, 1832 Underground Railroad, 1832Tariff of 1833, Force Act, (Clay Compromise) 1833 Worcester v Georgia, 1832 Formation of the Whig Party/2nd Party System, 1832/1834

Trail of Tears, 1835-1838 Gag Rule 1836 Republic of Texas (Alamo, Battle of San Jacinto) 1836 Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1836 Specie Circular, 1836 Transcendentalism, 1836-1850 Martin Van Buren, 1837-1841, Democrat VP Richard M. Johnson Panic of 1837 Samuel Morse, Telegraph, 1837 Liberty Party formed (Free Soil Party) 1839 Rise of popular press, 1840

Log Cabin and Hard Cider Campaign, 1840 Antebellum Period 1840-1860 William Henry Harrison, 1841, Whig VP John Tyler SS Daniel Webster Inaugural speeches in the rain are a bad idea John Tyler, 1841-1845 Anti-Jackson Democrat, ran as VP on Whig Ticket

Amistad Case John C. Fremont surveys Oregon Trail, 1842 Webster-Ashburton Treaty, 1842 Commonwealth v Hunt, 1842 (Unions Legal) Old Immigration at high point (German, Irish) Oregon border dispute 54-40, 1846-1846 James K. Polk, 1845-1849, Democrat VP- George Dallas Manifest Destiny/John O Sullivan, 1845 Annexation of Texas, 1845

Mexican War, 1846-1848 Bear Flag Revolt, 1846 Wilmot Proviso, 1846 California Gold Rush 1848-49 Seneca Falls Convention/Declaration of Sentiments, 1848 Free Soil Party Established, 1848 Zachary Taylor, 1849-1850, WHIG VP Millard Fillmore Who? Old rough and ready, military hero, died from drinking iced milk? Millard Fillmore, 1850-1853, WHIG SS Daniel Webster

Compromise of 1850 Fugitive Slave Act, 1850 Herman Melville, publishes Moby Dick, 1851 Isaac Singer patents sewing machine, 1851 Harriet Beecher Stowe publishes Uncles Toms Cabin, 1852 American Party/The Know-Nothings, 1853 Franklin Pierce, 1853-1857, Democrat, VP William Rufus King

Gadsden Purchase, 1853 Japan opens trade to US/Matthew Perry, 1854 Whig Party collapses, 1854 Henry David Thoreau publishes Walden, 1854 Republican Party established, 1854 Kansas-Nebraska Act, 1854 Chinese immigration peaks, 1854-1868 Walt Whitman publishes Leaves of Grass, 1855 Hudson River School, 1855-1875 Bleeding Kansas, 1856 Brooks-Sumner Affair, 1856 James Buchanan, 1857-1861, Democrat

VP John C. Breckinridge Dred Scott Decision, 1857 Lincoln-Douglas Debates, 1858 John Brown seizes Harpers Ferry, 1859 Democratic party divided along north-south lines, 1860 Lincoln is elected president, 1860 South Carolina secedes from the Union, 1860 Jefferson Davis is elected president of the Confederate States of America, 1861 Civil War 1861-1865

Abraham Lincoln, 1861-1865, Republican VP- Andrew Johnson Fort Sumter, 1861

Suspension of Habeas Corpus, 1861 Greenbacks Issued, 1862 Homestead Act, 1862 Department of Agriculture established, 1862 Morill Act (A&M Schools), 1862 Emancipation Proclamation, 1863 Creation of National Bank and Currency system, 1863 Gettysburg Address, 1863 Wade-Davis Bill, 1864 Freedmens Bureau established, 1865 Andrew Carnegie enters steel business, 1865 John D. Rockefeller enters oil refinery business, 1865 Surrender at Appomattox, 1865 Lincoln Assassinated, 1865 Reconstruction 1865-1877 Andrew Johnson, 1865-1869, Republican

Presidential Reconstruction, 1865 13th Amendment, 1865 Black Codes, 1865

Ku Klux Klan, 1866 Radical Republicans capture congress, 1866 Bozeman Trail Gold Mines, 1866 Cattle Drive on Chisholm Trail, 1866 Indian Wars with Apache and Navajo, 1866-1867 Western Union establishes telegraph, 1867 Oklahoma Reservation established along with the Black Hills Reservation, 1867 Buffalo Extermination, 1867 Sewards Folly, 1867 Granger Movement begins, 1867 Impeachment Trail, 1868 14th Amendment, 1868 Ulysses S. Grant, 1869-1877, Republican VP- Schuyler Colfax, Henry Wilson

Board of Indian Commissioners established, 1869 Transcontinental Completed, 1869 National Woman Suffrage Association founded with Elizabeth Cady Stanton president, 1869

Knights of Labor established, 1869 Boss Tweed, 1869-1871 Standard Oil established, 1870 15th Amendment, 1870 Civil Service Commission, 1871-1886 Credit Mobilier, 1872 Susan B. Anthony, is arrested for voting in presidential elections, 1872. Susan is the man!!!...I mean woman Panic of 1873 Farmers Alliances formed, 1873 Barbed Wire, 1874 Whiskey Ring, 1875 Social Gospel Movement, 1870s Lynchings, 1875 Mark Twain publishes Tom Sawyer, 1875 Bell patents telephone, 1876 Battle of Little Bighorn, 1876 Gilded Age 1877-1900

Rutherford B. Hayes, 1877-1881, Republican Compromise of 1877 Munn v Illinois, 1877 Edison patents the phonograph, 1877 Knights of Labor hold national convention, 1878 Edison establishes Edison Electric, 1878 Indian Assimilation, 1879 Salvation Army, 1880 James A. Garfield, 1881, Republican VP-Chester A Arthur Stalwarts vs Half-Breeds, 1881

Gustavus Swift makes first refrigerated railcar, 1881 Booker T. Washington founds the Tuskegee Institute, 1881 Helen Hunt publishes A Century of Dishonor, 1881 Charles Gateau assassinates Garfield, 1881 Chester A Arthur, 1881-1885, Republican Rockefeller incorporates the Standard Oil Trust, 1882

Chinese Exclusion Act, 1882 New Immigration, 1882 Pendleton Civil Service Act, 1883 Time Zones created, 1883 Social Darwinism, 1883 End of Cattle boom, 1883-1886 George Westinghouse establishes Westinghouse Electric, 1885 Worlds first skyscraper, 1885 Grover Cleveland, 1885-1899, Democrat VP Thomas Hendricks

New Immigration peaks, 1885-1914 Great Railroad Strike, 1886 Haymarket Riot, 1886 Wabash v Illinois, 1886 Geronimo, last Indian Chief, gives himself up, 1886 Samuel Gompers founds the American Federation of Labor, 1886 Sears founded, 1886 Interstate Commerce Act, 1887 American Protective Association founded, 1887 Dawes Act, 1887 Benjamin Harrison, 1889-1893, Republican

Jane Addams founds Hull House, 1889 Gospel of Wealth, 1889 United Mine Workers forms, 1890 Sherman Anti-trust Act, 1890 McKinley Tariff raised average level to 49.5%, 1890 Ghost Dance, 1890 Wounded Knee, 1890

Alfred Thayer Mahan, The Influence of Sea Power Upon History 1660-1783, 1890 Jacob Riis publishes How the Other Half Lives, 1890 Ellis Island open, 1892 Populist Party, 1892 Homestead Steel Strike, 1892 General Electric formed, 1892 Sierra Club established, 1892 Grover Cleveland, 1893-1897, Democrat Panic of 1893 Beginning of the Great Migration 1893Pullman Strike, 1894 Democratic party splits: Silver Democrats (William Jennings Bryan) v Gold Democrats, 1895 JP Morgan bails out the government, 1895

Plessy v Ferguson, 1896 Tootsie Rolls, Cracker Jacks, and Welchs Grape Juice are all introduced in 1896! What a year! William McKinley, 1897-1901, Republican VP Theodore Roosevelt

Beginnings of New Imperialism, Henry Cabot Lodge, 1898 USS Maine explodes in Havana Harbor, 1898 Spanish American War, 1898-1899 Continued disenfranchisement of blacks through literacy tests and property qualifications, 1898Annexation of Hawaii, 1898 Anti-Imperialist league forms by Jane Addams, William Jennings Bryan, Mark Twain and Andrew Carnegie, 1899 Open Door Policy, 1899 Boxer Rebellion, 1900 Carrie Chapman Catt becomes president of NAWSA, 1900 Eugene V. Debs, the man, not the Supreme Court decision, forms the Socialist Party of America, 1900 Philippine-American War, 1900-1901 US Steel formed, 1901 McKinley assassination, 1901 Progressive Age 1900-1920

Theodore Roosevelt, 1901-1908, Republican Presents Square Deal that will abolish abuses without destroying large corporations, 1901 Roosevelt arbitrates Coal Miners Strike, 1902 National Reclamation Act and Antiquities Act, 1902/1906 Robert LaFollette, local government reforms, 1903 Ford Motor Company, 1903 Panama Canal Construction, 1903-1914 Wright brothers fly first powered airplane, 1903 Ida Tarbells History of the Standard Oil Company, 1904 Roosevelt Corollary, 1904 Lincoln Steffens, The Shame of The Cities, 1904 Industrial Workers of the World (Wooblies) established, 1905 Upton Sinclair, The Jungle, 1906 Great White Fleet, 1907 William Howard Taft, 1909-1913, Republican

NAACP/W.E.B. DuBois, 1909 Payne-Aldrich Tariff, 1909 Intervention in Nicaragua, 1909 Pinchot-Ballinger Controversy, 1910 Universal Negro Improvement Association/Marcus Garvey, 1911 Dollar Diplomacy Progressive/Bull Moose Party, 1912 16th Amendment, 1913 Woodrow Wilson, 1913-1921, Democrat

17th Amendment, 1913 Underwood-Simmons Tariff, 1913 Federal Reserve System 1913 Alice Paul, 1913 U.S. intervention in: Nicaragua, D.R., Haiti, Virgin Islands, Mexico, 1914-1916 WWI, 1914-1918 Federal Trade Commission, 1914 Clayton Anti-Trust Act, 1914 Margaret Sanger (Birth Control) 1914 Pancho Villa, 1916 Keating Owen Child Labor Act, 1916 Zimmerman Telegram, 1917 Russian Revolution, 1917 Liberty Loan Act, Selective Service Act, 1917 Committee on Public Information, 1917 Espionage and Sedition Act, 1917/1918 Fourteen Points, 1918 Treaty of Versailles, 1919 Palmer Raids and the Red Scare, 1920

19th Amendment, 1920 Sacco-Vanzetti Trials, 1920-27 Roaring Twenties 1920-1929 Warren G. Harding, 1921-1923, Republican VP Calvin Coolidge Quota principle for immigration, 1921 Teapot Dome Scandal, 1921 Jazz Age, 1922-1940s Return to Normalcy 1920-1923 Calvin Coolidge, 1923-1929, Republican

National Origins Act, 1924 F. Scott Fitzgerald publishes the Great Gatsby, 1925 Scopes-Monkey Trial, 1925 Al Capone, 1925 Ernest Hemingway published The Sun Also Rises, 1926 Langston Hughes, 1926 Eugenics movement, 1927 Charles Lindbergh , 1927 Mickey Mouse, 1928

Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933, Republican National Origins Immigration Act, 1929 Black Tuesday, 1929 Hawley-Smoot Tariff, 1930 Japan invades Manchuria, 1931 Bonus Army, 1932 The New Deal and the Era of Reform 1920-1945 FDR, 1933-1945, Democrat

Hitler rises, 1933 Inauguration the only thing we have to fear is fear itself 1933 Dust bowl, 1933-1935 Emergency Banking Act, Emergency Relief Administration, AAA, TVA,

Federal Securities Act, FDIC, NIRA, NRA, PWA, created in 1933 Huey Long, Father Charles Coughlin criticize FDR, 1934 SEC, IRA, created in 1934 NLRA, WPA, Social Security Act created in 1935 Court Packing, 1937 Japan invades China, 1937 Congress of Industrial Organization splits from the American Federation of Labor, 1938 Appeasement allows Hitler to expand,

Steinbeck publishes The Grapes of Wrath, 1939 Germany invades Poland, 1939 Cash and Carry 1939 Lend-Lease, 1940 Selective Service Act, 1940 Atlantic Charter 1941 Pearl Harbor, 1941 Congress of Racial Equality forms, 1942 WWII 1941-1945 Teheran and Yalta Conferences The Cold War

1945-1968 Harry S. Truman, 1945-1953, Democrat

Manhattan Project, 1945 Soviets take Berlin, 1945 Containment, 1946 Committee on Civil Rights end racial discrimination in armed forces, 1946 Hollywood 10, 1947 HUAC, 1947 Truman Doctrine, 1947 Marshall Plan, 1947 Berlin Blockade, 1948 Berlin Airlift, 1948-1949 Fair Deal, 1949 NATO, 1949 Chinese fall to communism, 1949 2nd Red Scare, 1950-1954 (Joseph McCarthy) Korean War, 1950-1953 Rosenberg Conspiracy, 1950-1953 Dwight D. Eisenhower, 1953-1961, Republican

VP-Richard Nixon

CIA coup of Iran, 1953 Earl Warren becomes Chief Justice, 1953 Elvis Presley, 1954 Brown v. Board of Education, 1954 Eisenhower supports Ngo Dinh Diem, 1954 Rosa Parks arrested, 1955 Montgomery Bus Boycott, 1955-1956 Warsaw Pact, 1955 AFL-CIO Merge, 1955 Suez Crisis, 1956 Little Rock Nine, 1957 MLK establishes the SCLC, 1957 Sputnik, 1957 NASA, 1958 Castro, 1959 U-2 Incident, 1960 OPEC formed, 1960

Sit-in movement, 1960 Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee, 1960 John F. Kennedy, 1961-1963, Democrat VP-Lyndon B. Johnson

New Frontier, 1961-1963 Bay of Pigs, 1961 Alliance for Progress, 1961 Peace Corps, 1961 Berlin Wall, 1961 Flexible Response, 1961 John Glenn: First American man in orbit, 1962 George Wallace gives segregation now speech, 1962 Cuban Missile Crisis, 1962 Gideon v Wainwright, 1963 Betty Friedan publishes The Feminine Mystique, 1963 Diem toppled in Vietnam, 1963 March to D.C., I have a dream, 1963 Kennedy Assassinated, 1963 Lyndon B. Johnson, 1963-1968, Democrat VP- Hubert Humphrey

Great Society, 1963-1968 War on Poverty, 1963-1968 Civil Rights Act 1964 Race Riots, 1964 Escobedo v Illinois, 1964 Gulf of Tonkin, 1964

Appalachian Program, 1964 Malcolm X assassinated March from Selma to Montgomery, 1965 Elementary and Secondary School Act, 1965 Medicare Act 1965 Voting Rights Act, 1965 Watts Riots, 1965 Cesar Chavez and the United Farm Workers, 1965 Black Panther, 1965 National Organization of Women, 1966 Miranda v Arizona, 1966 Thurgood Marshall, 1967 Tet Offensive, 1968 My Lai Massacre, 1968

American Indian Movement (AIM), 1968 MLK Assassinated, 1968 Robert Kennedy Assassinated, 1968 Riots at the DNC, 1968 New Left Movement, 1968- Dtente and Rapprochement 1968-1989 Richard M. Nixon, 1968-1974, Republican VP-Spiro Agnew, Gerald Ford

Student Protests, 1968-1970 Landing on the moon, 1969 Woodstock, 1969 Kent State Shooting, 1970 Extension of Vietnam into Cambodia, 1970 Environmental Protection Agency, 1970 Nixon visits China, 1972 SALT, 1972 Watergate Scandal, 1972-1974 Roe v Wade, 1973 OPEC oil embargo, 1973 Nixon resigns, 1974

Gerald Ford, 1974-1976, Republican Neither elected to Vice-President or President Pardons Nixon, 1974 Fall of Saigon, 1975 Jimmy Carter, 1977-1981, Democrat Carter pardons Vietnam draft evaders, 1977 Panama Canal Treaty, 1977 Economic Depression, 1977

Camp David Accords, 1978-79 SALT II, 1979 Iranian Hostage Crisis, 1979 Soviets invade Afghanistan, 1979 Oil Crisis 1979 Ronald Reagan, 1981-1989, Republican VP- George Bush

Iran Hostages Released, 1981 Sandra Day OConner appointed to supreme court, 1981 Equal Rights Amendment fails, 1983 Star Wars, 1983 Support of Contra rebels, 1983 Attack in Beirut, 1983 Glasnost, Perestroika 1985 Tear down the Berlin Wall speech, 1987 Iran-Contra, 1987 Rise of Evangelicalism New Right The New World Order 1989-Present George Bush, 1989-1993, Republican

Tiananmen Square, 1989 Berlin Wall Falls, 1989 Collapse of the Soviet Union, 1991 Operation Desert Storm, 1991-1992 Rodney King Riots, 1992 Recession 1990-1992 Bill Clinton, 1993-2001, Democrat

North American Free Trade Agreement, 1993 Dont Ask Dont Tell, 1994 Bosnian Air Strikes, 1994 Oklahoma Federal Building Bombing, 1995 Monica Lewinsky Sex Scandal, 1998-1999 World Trade Organization, 1999 George W. Bush, 2001-2009 Bush v Gore, 2000

September 11, 2001 War on Terror, 2001No Child Left Behind, 2001 USA PATRIOT ACT, 2001 Iraq War, 2003Katrina, 2005 The Great Recession, 2008-2014 Barack Obama, 2009-2016, Democrat Great Recession American Recovery and Reinvestment Act Affordable Care Act (Obamacare)

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