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Social Studies – History, U.S. History
5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th
Word Walls, Printables, Bulletin Board Ideas
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Artifact, Astrolabe, Bartolomeu Dias, Beringia, Christopher Columbus, the Clovis Peoples, the Columbian Exchange, the Compass, Cultural area, the Eastern Hemisphere, indigenous, Indigenous Peoples Day, Jamestown, John Smith, the Mayflower Compact, migrate, Native Americans of - California, the Great Plains, the Northwest Coast, Plateau, Southeast, Southwest, Pilgrims, Plymouth, Pocahontas, Prince Henry the Navigator, Tisquantum (Squanto), Theory, Vasco da Gama, the Wampanoag Native Americans, and Western Hemisphere
Anne Hutchinson, Apprentice, Bacon's Rebellion, cash crop, Colony, Fundamental Orders of Connecticut, House of Burgesses, import, indentured servant, indigo, Iroquois Confederacy, Jame Oglethorpe, Jamestown, King Philip's (Metacom) War, Massachusetts Bay Colony, Mayflower, Mayflower Compact, Mercantilism, Middle Colonies, Middle Passage, Nathaniel Bacon, Navigation Acts, New England Colonies, Parliament, Peter Stuyvesant, Patroon, Pilgrims, Peter Minuit, Plantation, Pocahontas, Puritans, Quakers, race-based slavery, Roger Williams, Southern Colonies, the planter class, Triangular Trade, whaling, William Penn
Benjamin Franklin, the Boston Massacre, the Boston Tea Party, boycott, colonist, Committee of Correspondence, Common Sense, Crispus Attucks, Daughters of Liberty, Declaratory Act, East India Tea Company, effigy, England, the First Continental Congress, the French and Indian War, Intolerable Acts, John Adams, King George III, liberty pole, Loyalist, militia, minutemen, the Non-Importation Agreements, "No taxation without Representation," Ohio River Valley, Parliament, Patrick Henry, Patriot, Phillis Wheatley, the Proclamation Line of 1763, Pontiac's War, propaganda, the Quartering Act, redcoats, repeal, revenue, smuggling, Sons of Liberty, the Stamp Act, the Sugar Act, tarred and feathered, Thomas Jefferson, the Townshend Acts, the Treaty of 1763, Tyranny, Writs of Assistance
ally, Baron von Steuben, the Battle of Cowpens, the Battle of Bunker Hill, the Battle of Lexington and Concord, the Battle of Long Island, the Battle of Saratoga, the Battle of Trenton, the Battle of Yorktown, bayonet, Benedict Arnold, Colonel William Prescott, Continental Army, Declaration of Independence, delegates, fire cakes, Fort Ticonderoga, France, George Washington, Hessians, Independence Hall, James Forten, John Burgoyne, John Hancock, July 4th, long rifle, Lord Cornwallis, Mary Ludwig Hays, mercenary, musket, Olive Branch Petition, Paul Revere, Second Continental Congress, smallpox, strategy, the "swamp fox." Sybil Ludington, treason, Treaty of Paris of 1783, and Valley Forge
The first 10 amendments (each on a separate slide), the 3/5s Compromise, the Articles of Confederation, branch, checks and balances, clause, concurrent powers, the Connecticut Compromise, delegates, the Electoral College, expressed powers, Federalism, framers, Founding Fathers, house, the House of Representatives, impeachment, implied powers, the Judicial Branch, judicial review, the legislative branch, the New Jersey Plan, the Northwest Ordinance, override, Shays' Rebellion, the Supreme Court, the Senate, the supremacy clause, pardon, political party, unconstitutional, veto, the Virginia Plan
Alexander Hamilton, the Alien Acts, the Barbary Pirates, the Battle of New Orleans, Democratic-Republicans, Denmark Vesey, the Embargo Act, the Era of Good Feelings, Excise Tax, the Farewell Address, Federalists, the French Revolution, George Washington, the Haitian Revolution, Henry Knox, Impressment, James Madison, James Monroe, John Adams, John Marshall, Judicial Review, the Lewis and Clark Expedition, the Louisiana Purchase, Marbury v. Madison, the Monroe Doctrine, the National Bank, the Neutrality Proclamation, the Non-Intercourse Act, Oney Judge, Sally Hemings, the Sedition Act, Tecumseh, Thomas Jefferson, the Treaty of Ghent, the War of 1812, the Whiskey Rebellion, the XYZ Affair
“54, 40’ or Fight,” Acquisition, Andrew Jackson, Annex, Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna, Battle of San Jacinto, Battle of the Alamo, Brigham Young, Cede/Cession, Chinese Immigrants, Clipper Ship, Davy Crockett, Donner Party, Elias Boudinot, Forty-niners, Gadsden Purchase, the Indian Removal Act of 1830, James K. Polk, John O’Sullivan, John Ross, Joseph Smith, Lewis and Clark Expedition, Lone Star Republic, Louisiana Purchase, Manifest Destiny, Marcus & Narcissa Whitman, Mexican Cession, Mexican-American War, The Mormons, The Mountain Men, Nullification, Oregon Country, Oregon Trail, rendezvous, Sacagawea, Sam Houston, Santa Fe Trail, South Pass, Sutter's Mill, Texas Revolution, Trail of Tears, The Treaty of Guadalupe-Hildalgo, the Treaty of New Echota, Winfield Scott, Worcester v. Georgia, Zachary Taylor, Zebulon Pike
Abolitionist, apprentice, Dorthea Dix, the Education Reform Movement, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, emigration, The Erie Canal, famine, Francis Cabot Lowell, German Immigration, Industrial Revolution, immigration, Irish Immigration, the Know-Nothing Party, the Lowell Girls, Lucretia Mott, the Market Revolution, Matilda Joslyn Gage, the mechanical reaper, the National Road, potato blight, the power loom, the Prison Reform movement, reform, the Seneca Falls Convention, Sojourner Truth, the spinning jenny, the steamboat, Susan B. Anthony, the steel plow, the telegraph, textile, the Temperance Movement, turnpike
Abolitionist, the American Colonization Society, the Amistad, Angelina and Sarah Grimke, Bleeding Kansas, Charles Sumner, the Compromise of 1850, Denmark Vesey, the Free-Soil Party, Frederick Douglass, the Fugitive Slave Act, Harriet Beecher Stowe, Harriet Tubman, Henry Clay, John Brown, the Kansas-Nebraska Act, the Missouri Compromise, Nat Turner's Rebellion, nullification, the Pearl Incident, Popular Sovereignty, Preston Brooks, resistance, resilience, sectionalism, Sojourner Truth, Stephen Douglas, the Tallmadge Amendment, the Temperance Movement, Uncle Tom's Cabin, the Whigs, William Lloyd Garrison
Abraham Lincoln, Amputation, the Anaconda Plan, The Battle of Antietam, Appomattox Courthouse, The 1st Battle of Bull Run, Blockade, Border States, Confederacy, Conscription, Contraband, Copperheads, Draft Riots, the Emancipation Proclamation, Ford's Theatre, Fort Sumter, George McClellan, The Battle of Gettysburg, the Gettysburg Address, Inflection, Ironclad, Jefferson Davis, John Wilkes Booth, the Massachusetts 54th, Pickett's Charge, Rebels, Richmond, Robert E. Lee, Secede, Stonewall Jackson, U.S.S. Merrimack, U.S.S. Monitor, Ulysses S. Grant, Union, The Battle of Vicksburg, William T. Sherman, Winfield Scott, Yankee
13th amendment, 14th amendment, 15th amendment, Andrew Johnson, Black Codes, Carpet Baggers, Civil Rights Act of 1866, Civil Rights Act of 1875, Compromise of 1877, Convict Leading, Credit Mobilier, Exodusters, Freedmen's Bureau, Freedmen, Hiram Revels, "home rule," impeachment, Jim Crow laws, Juneteenth, Ku Klux Klan, The Military Reconstruction Act of 1867, Nathan Bedford Forrest, the Panic of 1873, Plessy v. Ferguson, Radical Republicans, Reconstruction, Robert Smalls, Rutherford B. Hayes, Samuel Tilden, Scalawag, Sharecropping, Ten Percent Plan, Tenure of Office Act, Ulysses S. Grant, Wade-Davis Bill
Help your students build and retain key vocabulary terms with a visually appealing word wall. This resource includes over 400 wall terms related to the first half of U.S. History, vocabulary review strategies, and a review puzzle to support your students’ learning. Make sure to click on the previews for each of the included word walls to see more!
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