Remember me because p1

Jamie Luna
Jamie LunaTeacher - US History um School District
Remember Me Because
      Part 1
      Final Review
         Luna
      March 2013
Spanish Explorers
• Came to North and South America before
  the English. Took large parts of land
  including: The Caribbean, Mexico, Florida
  & South America.




                      Spanish Conquistador
                      Conquest of the Aztecs
French Explorers
• Explorers from France set in Canada
  along the St. Lawrence River, Great Lakes
  and Mississippi River.
English Explorers
• England was the last to settle in North
  America.
• The first Permanent Settlement was
  Jamestown in 1607.         Important DATE!




                        “He that does not
                         work, Shall not
                               eat!


                                             Captain
                                            John Smith
Pilgrims

•   2nd English Colony
•   Founded for religious reasons
•   Landed in Plymouth, Massachusetts
•   Mayflower Compact – laws set
    before leaving the ship.
Puritans
• Landed in Massachusetts also, eventually
  they merge with Pilgrims.
• Wanted to practice a “pure” form of
  religion.
• The Puritans came as entire families to
  the new world.
William Penn &
           Quakers
• Founded Pennsylvania for the
  Quakers.
• Quakers were Protestant
  (form of religion) that opposed war.
• Penn did not want to fight the Indians – he
  worked out peaceful purchases.
Catholics
• Catholics started the colony of Maryland.
• This was a haven (safe place) that was
  created for those that practiced
  Catholicism.



                      Lord Baltimore
                    Founded the colony
                       of Maryland.
William Blackstone
• During the American Revolution he was
  an Enlightenment Writer.
• Blackstone defined the rights of individuals
  in English law, as well as property rights
  that could NOT be violated – not even by
  a King.
Thomas Hooker
• Puritan leader.
• Founded the colony of
  Connecticut.
• Wrote the government plan
  called Fundamental Orders of
  Connecticut.
• Early form of representative
  government.
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John Locke
• During the American
  Revolution he was an
  Enlightenment Writer.
• Locke said that government
   was a “Social Contract” and that the job of
  government was to protect individual
  freedom and property.
Charles de Montesquieu
• French writer and
  philosopher
• He is famous for his articulation
  of the theory of
  separation of powers,
  which is used in the writing
  of the United States Constitution
Abigail Adams
• Wife of John Adams
• Very educated and gave
  advice to John.
• Wrote letters during Continental Congress
  and reminded John to “remember the
  ladies” while fighting for American
  Independence.
• First Lady during John Adams Presidency.
John Adams (1776-1783)
• Lawyer in Boston
• Attorney for Soldier from
  Boston Massacre.
• Continental Congress Member
• Signed Declaration of Independence
Samuel Adams
• Leader of the Sons of Liberty
• Assisted in Boston Tea Party
• Patriot that argued “No Taxation
  was tyranny!
• Cousin to John Adams
• Continental Congress member
• Signed the Declaration of
  Independence.
James Armistead
• American Revolution hero
• African American that became
  the first double spy in the
  American Revolution.
Crispus Attucks
• Man of mixed African American
  & Native American decent.
• 1st colonist killed at
  the Boston
  Massacre.
Wentworth
            Cheswell
•   American Revolution hero
•   African American teacher
•   First African American elected to office
•   Fought in the battle of Saratoga
•   Saratoga was turning point of the
    American Revolution
Benjamin Franklin
• Founding Father of America
• Assisted with Declaration
  Of Independence
• Assisted with Constitution
• Oldest delegate at the Constitutional
  Convention.
• Inventor, Farmer, Writer
Bernardo Galvez
• American Revolution
• Helped the American’s fight for
  Independence
• Fought against England in American
  Revolution
• Led Spanish against the
   British in the American
  Revolution.
• Kept the British from
   taking the Mississippi River.
Patrick Henry
(1776-1783)
• American Revolution
  Patriot
• Founding Father of America
• Famous quote:
   “Give me Liberty, or give me Death”
King George III
• King of England
• Imposed taxes to
  help pay off dept from
  French and Indian War.
• Supported attempts
   to discipline colonists.
Marquis de Lafayette
• French
• Supported Colonists in the American
  Revolution.
• Helped train troops of the Continental
  Army.
Thomas Jefferson
          (1776-1783)
• Founding Father
• Drafted the Declaration of Independence.
Thomas Paine
• Advocate for independence
  in his pamphlet –
  Common Sense
• T-Payne
• Urged colonist to use
  their common
Haym Solomon
• Jewish financier ($$$ man)
• Gave money to support the Continental
  Army during the American Revolution
George Washington
         (1776-1783)
• Successfully commanded the Continental
  Army against the British during the
  American Revolution.
Mercy Otis Warren
• American Revolution
• Female writer that stirred colonists against
  British policies and laws.
• Considered the “First Lady of the
  American Revolution”.
Patriots
• Are wanting to break
  free from England.
• Support the
   Colonies
• Hate the King.
Redcoats
• Soldiers of the British Army
John Paul Jones
• American Revolution
• John Paul Jones was a
   naval commander and
  privateer, helping found
  the United States navy
  in 1775
Alexander Hamilton
         (1787-1791)
• Member of George Washington’s 1 st
  Cabinet
• Secretary Of Treasury
• Hamilton’s Financial Plan
  – Repay Debt
  – Create National Bank
  – Whiskey Tax
  – Protective Tariff
George Washington
           (1787)
• First President of the United States of
  America.
• Women Are Just Mad, Men Are Just Lazy
George Mason
• A delegate at Constitutional Convention
• A member of the Virginia House of Burgesses.
• Main author for the Bill of Rights
Patrick Henry
            (1787-1791)
• Attended Constitutional Convention and
  was an Anti-Federalist.
• At the Convention he pushed for the
  addition of the Bill of Rights to protect
  individual rights.
Federalist
• Believed that the Constitution was perfect
  the way it was.
• Federalist believed a stronger government
  was needed and that the principals of
  federalism and separation of powers was
  sufficient safeguards to protect individual
  liberties.
Anti-Federalists
• After the Constitution was
  completed, the country
  debated on whether to ratify the
  Constitution or not.
• Anti-Federalist would not
  approve because they felt that Individual
  Rights of citizens were not protected.
• Anti-Federalists insisted on the
   Bill of Rights being added before
  ratifying the Constitution (approving it).
George Washington
         (1789-1797)
• President of the United States
• Farewell Address
  – Do not get involved in Foreign Affairs
  – Stay away from political parties – don’t fight.
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Remember me because p1

  • 1. Remember Me Because Part 1 Final Review Luna March 2013
  • 2. Spanish Explorers • Came to North and South America before the English. Took large parts of land including: The Caribbean, Mexico, Florida & South America. Spanish Conquistador Conquest of the Aztecs
  • 3. French Explorers • Explorers from France set in Canada along the St. Lawrence River, Great Lakes and Mississippi River.
  • 4. English Explorers • England was the last to settle in North America. • The first Permanent Settlement was Jamestown in 1607. Important DATE! “He that does not work, Shall not eat! Captain John Smith
  • 5. Pilgrims • 2nd English Colony • Founded for religious reasons • Landed in Plymouth, Massachusetts • Mayflower Compact – laws set before leaving the ship.
  • 6. Puritans • Landed in Massachusetts also, eventually they merge with Pilgrims. • Wanted to practice a “pure” form of religion. • The Puritans came as entire families to the new world.
  • 7. William Penn & Quakers • Founded Pennsylvania for the Quakers. • Quakers were Protestant (form of religion) that opposed war. • Penn did not want to fight the Indians – he worked out peaceful purchases.
  • 8. Catholics • Catholics started the colony of Maryland. • This was a haven (safe place) that was created for those that practiced Catholicism. Lord Baltimore Founded the colony of Maryland.
  • 9. William Blackstone • During the American Revolution he was an Enlightenment Writer. • Blackstone defined the rights of individuals in English law, as well as property rights that could NOT be violated – not even by a King.
  • 10. Thomas Hooker • Puritan leader. • Founded the colony of Connecticut. • Wrote the government plan called Fundamental Orders of Connecticut. • Early form of representative government. r bee ut wn his o nectic Has in Con e mad
  • 11. John Locke • During the American Revolution he was an Enlightenment Writer. • Locke said that government was a “Social Contract” and that the job of government was to protect individual freedom and property.
  • 12. Charles de Montesquieu • French writer and philosopher • He is famous for his articulation of the theory of separation of powers, which is used in the writing of the United States Constitution
  • 13. Abigail Adams • Wife of John Adams • Very educated and gave advice to John. • Wrote letters during Continental Congress and reminded John to “remember the ladies” while fighting for American Independence. • First Lady during John Adams Presidency.
  • 14. John Adams (1776-1783) • Lawyer in Boston • Attorney for Soldier from Boston Massacre. • Continental Congress Member • Signed Declaration of Independence
  • 15. Samuel Adams • Leader of the Sons of Liberty • Assisted in Boston Tea Party • Patriot that argued “No Taxation was tyranny! • Cousin to John Adams • Continental Congress member • Signed the Declaration of Independence.
  • 16. James Armistead • American Revolution hero • African American that became the first double spy in the American Revolution.
  • 17. Crispus Attucks • Man of mixed African American & Native American decent. • 1st colonist killed at the Boston Massacre.
  • 18. Wentworth Cheswell • American Revolution hero • African American teacher • First African American elected to office • Fought in the battle of Saratoga • Saratoga was turning point of the American Revolution
  • 19. Benjamin Franklin • Founding Father of America • Assisted with Declaration Of Independence • Assisted with Constitution • Oldest delegate at the Constitutional Convention. • Inventor, Farmer, Writer
  • 20. Bernardo Galvez • American Revolution • Helped the American’s fight for Independence • Fought against England in American Revolution • Led Spanish against the British in the American Revolution. • Kept the British from taking the Mississippi River.
  • 21. Patrick Henry (1776-1783) • American Revolution Patriot • Founding Father of America • Famous quote: “Give me Liberty, or give me Death”
  • 22. King George III • King of England • Imposed taxes to help pay off dept from French and Indian War. • Supported attempts to discipline colonists.
  • 23. Marquis de Lafayette • French • Supported Colonists in the American Revolution. • Helped train troops of the Continental Army.
  • 24. Thomas Jefferson (1776-1783) • Founding Father • Drafted the Declaration of Independence.
  • 25. Thomas Paine • Advocate for independence in his pamphlet – Common Sense • T-Payne • Urged colonist to use their common
  • 26. Haym Solomon • Jewish financier ($$$ man) • Gave money to support the Continental Army during the American Revolution
  • 27. George Washington (1776-1783) • Successfully commanded the Continental Army against the British during the American Revolution.
  • 28. Mercy Otis Warren • American Revolution • Female writer that stirred colonists against British policies and laws. • Considered the “First Lady of the American Revolution”.
  • 29. Patriots • Are wanting to break free from England. • Support the Colonies • Hate the King.
  • 30. Redcoats • Soldiers of the British Army
  • 31. John Paul Jones • American Revolution • John Paul Jones was a naval commander and privateer, helping found the United States navy in 1775
  • 32. Alexander Hamilton (1787-1791) • Member of George Washington’s 1 st Cabinet • Secretary Of Treasury • Hamilton’s Financial Plan – Repay Debt – Create National Bank – Whiskey Tax – Protective Tariff
  • 33. George Washington (1787) • First President of the United States of America. • Women Are Just Mad, Men Are Just Lazy
  • 34. George Mason • A delegate at Constitutional Convention • A member of the Virginia House of Burgesses. • Main author for the Bill of Rights
  • 35. Patrick Henry (1787-1791) • Attended Constitutional Convention and was an Anti-Federalist. • At the Convention he pushed for the addition of the Bill of Rights to protect individual rights.
  • 36. Federalist • Believed that the Constitution was perfect the way it was. • Federalist believed a stronger government was needed and that the principals of federalism and separation of powers was sufficient safeguards to protect individual liberties.
  • 37. Anti-Federalists • After the Constitution was completed, the country debated on whether to ratify the Constitution or not. • Anti-Federalist would not approve because they felt that Individual Rights of citizens were not protected. • Anti-Federalists insisted on the Bill of Rights being added before ratifying the Constitution (approving it).
  • 38. George Washington (1789-1797) • President of the United States • Farewell Address – Do not get involved in Foreign Affairs – Stay away from political parties – don’t fight.