Conflicts key concept

None for period 1

Period 2

Act of toleration- acception of all forms of Christianity in Maryland (atheists and Jews were still executed)

Albany Congress- meeting about defense against France

Bacon's rebellion- Colonial rebellion against government because Jamestown didn't aid his fight against Natives

French & Indian war

Native and European conflict- Many natives tribes did not like Europeans: battles were then fought

King Phillip's war- series of battles between Indians and Massachusetts government after the Massachusetts tried governing the Indians

Revolutionary war- the U.S. was not supposed to win the war but with European help they won. The Treaty of Paris granted the U.S. everything they wanted because they were found to be important trading partners.

War of Jenkin's ear- Land dispute between Britain and Spain over Georgia and trading rights

Period 3

Battle of Fallen Timbers: British attack against invading Indians. Ended British Indian alliance

Battle of Tippecanoe: battle against Indians

Excise taxes: tax on luxuraries

Federalist vs. Anti-Federalist- first political parties [strong vs. weak government]

French Revolution: Broke permanent alliance forming neutrality. Fight against all monarchs. Conflicts between Britain, France, and U.S.

Neutrality act- U.S. decided to stay neutral in the Revolution. Britain didn't care so they impressed our sailors and France took out boats.

Olive Branch petition- last attempt to stay with Britain before the Revolution

Pinckeny's treaty- Spain gave us Louisiana for trade

Revolutionary War- War with Britian. Treaty of alliance was formed permanentalty with France for all their help

Whiskey rebellion- Excise tax limited whiskey being bought, farmers rebelled. Washington brought extreme force to stop it.

Period 4

Aroostock War- Boundary dispute over Maine and Britian's New Brunswick

Barbary Pirates- Pirates who controlled the Mediterranean Sea

Battle of Tippecanoe- Americans vs the defeated Shawnee Indians

Bear Flag Revolt-California republic

Chesapeake Affair- British ship fired on American because american ship refused British to look for deserters

Embargo Act-prohibited U.S. ships from trading with other countries

Hartford Convention- Federalist meeting complaining about the Republician Party at the end of the War of 1812. Caused the end of the Federalist party

Impressment- Taking of American Sailors and forcing them to join the British Army

King Cotton-phrase used to describe southern cotton industry

Lincoln's Spot Resolution- Request to Polk to provide the exact locations Americans were attacked in Texas

Lonestar Rebellion-Texas' declaration of independence from Spain

Macon's Bill No.2-Bill to begin trade with one country (France of Britain) France agrees, causes War of 1812

Mexican War(chart)

Non-intercourse Act- Act to resume trade with all countries but France and Great Britian

War of 1812 (chart)

Period 5

54th Massachusetts Regiment-first black union regiment

Alabama arbitration-Britain payed 15.5 mill for damages in Alabama

Clara Barton- nurse in Civil War

Compromise of 1877-Withdrew troops in the south since Hayes became president

Fort Sumter- Confederate attack after secession; start of civil war

Irish Draft Riots- riots in NY over drafting of men

Mathew Brady-photograph during the war, got close enough that he could of been captured or killed

Ostend Manifesto-Southern attempt to buy Cuba from Spain: failed

Secession-southern states seceded from the Union

Trent Affair-Union stopped a British ship and captured confederate diplomats. Almost started war between Union and Britian

Credits:

Created with images by ed_davad - "tank world war war" • James Dennes - "Conflict" • Couleur - "stahlhelm war harmony" • janetrr - "flag texas flag texas" • TINTYPEPHOTOS - "english civil war reenactment historical"

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