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US History I
Part 1: From the list below, select 4 individual identification terms and write a paragraph (5 sentences) on each term you choose. In your answer please describe the term in as much detail as possible. Your terms should be typed in Times New Roman, double spaced, in 12 pt. font, and submitted as ONE WORD DOCUMENT with you essay. (10 pts. Each)
Federalist Party Anti-Federalist Articles of Confederation
Virginia Plan Marbury v. Madison Quasi-War
Impressment Judicial Review Bill of Rights
Whiskey Rebellion Citizen Genet Shays’ Rebellion
Tecumseh Republican Agrarianism Alien & Sedition Acts
Reexportation Democratic-Republican Era of Good Feelings
Battle of New Orleans Election of 1800 Strict Constructionism
Loose Constructionism VA/KY Resolutions Cotton Gin
Embargo Act (1807) Hartford Convention Missouri Compromise
Henry Clay The Corrupt Bargain Monroe Doctrine
Nat Turner’s Revolt Pan-Indian Militant Resistance Movement
Part 2: From the topics below, choose 1 topic and write a minimum 2-3 page essay explaining and answering the topic of your choice. Cover the topic completely and in as much detail as possible while using historical evidence to support your arguments. If you use any source material from outside of the class (books, lectures, notes, and PowerPoint slides all count as in class materials) please CITE YOUR SOURES!! Grammar and spelling count. Your essays should be typed in Times New Roman, double spaced, in 12 pt. font, and submitted as ONE WORD DOCUMENT with your ID terms. (Worth 60 pts.)
1.)Explain the creation and failures of the Articles of Confederation. Why was this system of government created? What led to its demise? What replaced it?
2.)Examine the War of 1812. What factors led the United States to declare war on England? What were the major battles? What was the outcome of the war?
3.)What was the controversy over Missouri gaining statehood? How this resolved was and what did it mean for the future of the United States?