History 7A Exam U.S, TO1877

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PART 1

Short Answer: For each of the following terms, write a 2-3 sentence response in which you provide its main significance for U.S. history (“It is significant for U.S. history because...”).

Iroquois
Quakers
Bacon’s Rebellion
Indentured servants
Seven Years’ War (French and Indian War)
Bill of Rights
Tecumseh
War of 1812
Louisiana Purchase
The Lewis and Clark expedition
“Era of Good Feeling”
Know-Nothing Party
Seneca Falls Convention




PART 2

Answer one of the following questions. Your response must be 200-300 words.


1. Give three examples of the ways in which relations with France influenced domestic U.S. politics in the 1780s and 1790s. Analyze the outcomes.

2. Examine and explain the forces that created the concept of "Manifest Destiny." How did Manifest Destiny shape the growth of the United States in the nineteenth century? What were some of the arguments by those who did not embrace the idea of Manifest Destiny?

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PART 1

Iroquois: Iroquois is significant for U.S. history because Iroquois have been engrossed a number
of natives into their cultures as an outcome of warfare as well as the adoption of captives. Also,
Iroquois is significant for U.S. history because it offered shelter to displaced American people.
American people were protected from both internal and external invasion by Iroquois (Jones et
al, 2017).
Quakers: Quakers is significant for U.S. history because the Quakers are the Society of Friends,
despite the fact that Quakers were always little in membership, they have been very much
significant in the history for restructuring and reforms. They advocated a number of reforms in a
number of administrations such as the administration of President Washington where Quakers
tried to bring stability in France by staying impartial (Jones et al., 2013).
Bacon’s Rebellion: Bacon's Rebellion it was a fortified rebellion at 1676 organized by the
Virginia settlers who were led by Nathaniel Bacon opposing the ruling of Governor William
Berkeley. Bacon's Rebellion was first rebellion in the history of American colonies that
influenced dissatisfied frontiersmen highly participated. Bacon's Rebellion is significant for U.S.
history because it speeded up the hardeni...


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