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  • Questions 882
  • Vocabulary Terms 310
  • Performance Tasks 72
  • Instructional Videos 68

Test Standards

  1. (4.1 ) Indigenous Settlements
  2. (4.2 ) Cherokee, Creek, & Chickasaw
  3. (4.3 ) Geographic Terms
  1. (4.4 ) Early Explorers
  2. (4.5 ) The Columbian Exchange
  3. (4.6 ) Regional Influences
  1. (4.7) The "Lost Colony"
  2. (4.8 ) European Competition
  3. (4.9) Colonists & Indians
  4. (4.10-12) Colonial Cooperation
  5. (4.19 & 4.13) The Original Colonies
  6. (4.14 ) Colonial Leaders
  7. (4.15 & 4.16) Colonial Opportunities
  8. (4.17) Colonial Religion
  9. (4.18 ) Reasons for Colonization
  10. (4.20) Late Colonial Individuals
  1. (4.21 ) Benjamin Franklin
  2. (4.22 ) French & Indian War
  3. (4.23 & 4.24) Causes of the Revolution
  4. (4.25 ) Settling Tennessee
  5. (4.26) The Continental Congresses
  6. (4.27 ) Paul Revere
  7. (4.28 & 4.33) The Declaration of Independence
  8. (4.29 ) Revolutionary Leaders
  9. (4.30) Choosing Sides
  10. (4.31) Battles of the Revolution
  11. (4.32 ) Foreign Contributions
  12. (4.34 ) Watauga Settlement
  13. (4.35 ) Revolutionary Women
  14. (4.36 ) Cumberland Settlement
  1. (4.43 ) The First President
  2. (4.44 ) Creating Washington, D.C.
  3. (4.45 ) Southwest Territory
  4. (4.46 ) The First Political Parties
  5. (4.47 & 4.48) Exploring the West
  6. (4.49 & 4.50) War of 1812
  7. (4.51) Tennessee & the War of 1812
  8. (4.52 ) The New Madrid Earthquake
  9. (4.53) Life on Tennessee's Frontier
  10. (4.54) Sequoyah
  11. (4.55 ) Jacksonian Democracy
  12. (4.56) Cherokee Removal
  1. (4.57) The First Industrial Revolution
  2. (4.58 & 4.61) Plantation Life
  3. (4.59) North & South
  4. (4.60 ) Abolition in Tennessee
  5. (4.62 ) Texas Independence
  6. (4.63 ) President Polk
  7. (4.64 ) The Mexican War
  8. (4.65 ) Antebellum Reform
  9. (4.66 ) The Gold Rush
  10. (4.67 & 4.68) Congressional Compromises