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Grade 7 History final exam review unit one

New France, Jesuits, Assimilate, King Louis xiv, Filles du roi, Seigneuries, Seigneurs, Census, Habitants, Thirteen Colonies, Acadia, Great Peace of Montreal,1701, Peace of Utrecht, Fort Louisbourgh, Seven years' war

2015-06-12 • 18 Cards

ch. 13 terms

Twenty-second Amendment, Impeachment, Watergate, Twenty-fifth Amendment, Cabinet, National Security Council (NSC), Council of Economic Advisors (CEA), Office of Management and Budget (OMB), Veto, Pocket Veto, Presidential Coattails, War Powers Resolution, Legislative Veto, Crisis, Executive Order

2015-04-20 • 15 Cards

Socials 11: Quebec and Aboriginal Issues

Jean Lesage, Harold Cardinal, Pierre Laporte, James Cross, Maurice Duplessis, Elijah Harper, Rene Levesque, Specific Land Claims, Comprehensive Land Claims, White Paper, Indian Act 1876, Quiet Revolution, Notwithstanding Clause, Patriated, Bill 101

2015-04-19 • 22 Cards

Socials 11: Canada 1980-2004

User-fee, Kim Campbell, Economic Migrant, Humanitarian Intervention, Neo-conservatism, Two-tier System, Romeo Dallaire, Privatization, NAFTA, Slobodian Milosevic, Détente, Refugees, Terry Fox, Rick Hansen, Craig Kielburger

2015-04-09 • 38 Cards

Ch. 12 terms

Bicameral Legislature, Bill, Casework, Conference Committees, Committee Chairs, Caucus, Filibuster, House Rules Committee, Incumbents, Joint Committees, Legislative Oversight, Majority Leader, Minority Leader, Pork Barrel, Speaker of the House

2015-04-07 • 19 Cards

Socials 11: Post War 1946-1980

Policy of containment, NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization), Trudeaumania, NORAD (North American Defense System), National Energy Program, Counterculture, Bipolar world, CIDA (Canadian International Development Agency), Draft dodgers, Nuclear parity, Security Council, Domino theory, Baby Boom, Client war, Multiculturalism

2015-03-31 • 30 Cards

Ch. 11 Terms

Interest Group, Pluralist Theory, Elite Theory, Hyperpluralist Theory, Subgovernments, Potential Group, Actual Group, Collective Good, Free-rider Problem, Olson's Law of Large Groups, Selective Benefits, Single-Issue Group, Lobbying, Electioneering, Political Action Committees

2015-03-11 • 20 Cards

Ch. 10 Terms

Civic Duty, Electoral College, Initiative Petition, Legitimacy, Mandate Theory of Elections, Motor Voter Act, Political Efficiency, Policy Voting, Referendum, Retrospective Voting, Suffrage, Voter Registration

2015-03-09 • 12 Cards

Ch. 9 terms

Nomination, Campaign Strategy, National Party Convention, Caucus, Presidential Primaries, McGovern-Fraser Commission, Superdelegates, Frontloading, National Primary, Regional Primaries, Party Platform, Direct Mail, Federal Election Campaign Act, Federal Election Commission, Presidential Election Campaign Fund

2015-03-09 • 19 Cards

Tall Ship 2

Aft, Aloft, Avast, Belay, Boom, Bow, Brace, Brails, Vast off, Chantey, Chip Log, Douse, Ease, Hand, Haul

2014-12-02 • 35 Cards

Unit 5 Study Guide

How did the invention of the cotton gin impact Georgia’s economy?, What city was the second capital of Georgia?, Why was the city of Louisville, Georgia important during the period of expansion?, Describe the Yazoo Land fraud and its effect on GA, Describe the impact of the railroad on Georgia’s economy?, Which denomination of Christianity used traveling ministers called circuit riders to spread Christianity throughout the frontier region?, What became Georgia’s most important crop due to new agricultural technology?, How did Georgia’s border change in the year 1802?, Who is credited with inventing the cotton gin?, Describe the University of Georgia ., Who was eligible to participate in the land lottery?, How did entrepreneurs (businessmen) recognize opportunities as Terminus was created?, What did the westward movement of Georgia’s capital reflect?, Which treaty forced the Creek Indians to cede their remaining land in Georgia?, Without Sequoyah, how might Cherokee culture have developed differently?

2014-11-17 • 21 Cards

World History, Unit 1 - Day 8

indulgence, Reformation, Lutheran, Protestant, Peace of Augsburg, annul, Anglican, heretic, 95 Theses, Edict of Worms, Pope Leo X, Emperor Charles V, Catherine of Aragon, Act of Supremacy, Anne Boleyn

2014-09-11 • 25 Cards

World History, Unit 1 - Day 2

Judaism, Ten Commandments, Christianity, Islam, Roman Catholic Church, Renaissance, Reformation, Torah, Abraham, Jesus Christ, polytheism, monotheism, Muhammad, Martin Luther, Individualism

2014-08-31 • 18 Cards

The Partition of Bengal & the Swadeshi Movement

he was the Governor General of India from 1899-1905. His policies &deeds caused a lot of unrest in India

2014-08-20 • 1 Cards

Test 2- National Government

2014-07-12 • 0 Cards