AP US History
Major Themes at the Constitutional Convention by Gordon Lloyd
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The 2014 exam is approximately three hours and 5 minutes long and has two parts — multiple choice and free response. Each section is worth 50% of the final exam score. Section I: Multiple Choice — 80 questions; 55 minutes The portion of questions covering each time period is: Period through 1789 (20%) 1790–1914 (45%) 1915–Present (35%) U.S. History
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APUSH Week 1 & 2 Week 2 Colonial America: 1492-1754 Textbook - Chapters 3-4; pp. 78-128 ERA TEST Identification: Be prepared to explain each. This counts as an oral grade Treaty of Tordesillas (1493) Separatists Northwest Passage "City Upon a Hill" Roger Williams Anne Hutchinson Navigation Acts (1660s) Salutary Neglect Triangular Trade Middle Passage Great Migration (1630-1640) Maryland Toleration Act (1640) Halfway Covenant Great Awakening Dominion of New England (1686-1689) Bacon's Rebellion (1676) Mercantilism House of Burgesses (1619) John Singleton Copely Fundamental Orders of Connecticut (1639) John Peter Zenger Readings: Liberty, Equality, Power, Chapters 3-4; pp. 78-128