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  • Vocabulary Terms 571
  • Performance Tasks 179
  • Instructional Videos 141

Test Standards

  1. (8.1) English Colonial Motives
  2. (8.2) The Virginia Colony
  3. (8.3) The Plymouth Colony
  4. (8.4) The Massachusetts Bay Colony
  5. (8.5) New Netherlands
  6. (8.6) The Pennsylvania Colony
  7. (8.7) The Georgia Colony
  8. (8.8) The French in North America
  9. (8.10) Locating the Colonies
  10. (8.11) The First Great Awakening
  11. (8.12) Colonial Daily Life
  12. (8.13) Colonial Self-Government
  13. (8.14) Colonial Slavery
  1. (8.15) Colonial Governments
  2. (8.16) Salutary Neglect
  3. (8.17) Benjamin Franklin
  4. (8.18) The Zenger Trial
  5. (8.19) The French and Indian War
  6. (8.20) West of the Appalachians
  7. (8.21) Watauga Settlement
  8. (8.22) American Revolution: Causes
  9. (8.23) The Declaration of Independence
  10. (8.24) Thomas Paine
  11. (8.25) American Revolution: Battles & Leaders
  12. (8.26) The Wataugans
  13. (8.27) Loyalists & Patriots
  14. (8.28) Historical Influences on Government
  15. (8.29) Land Ordinances
  16. (8.30) The Articles of Confederation
  17. (8.31) The Constitutional Convention: Issues & Leaders
  18. (8.32) Ratification Debate
  19. (8.33) Constitutional Principles
  20. (8.34) Arguing for Rights
  21. (8.35) Washington's Presidency
  22. (8.36) Hamilton vs. Jefferson
  23. (8.37) John Adams' Presidency
  1. (8.38) Daily Life in Early America
  2. (8.39) Tennessee Statehood
  3. (8.40) John Marshall's Court
  4. (8.41) Jefferson's Presidency
  5. (8.42) Lewis & Clark
  6. (8.43) The War of 1812
  7. (8.44) U.S.'s Changing Boundaries
  8. (8.45) The Monroe Doctrine
  9. (8.46) The American System
  10. (8.47) Immigration from Northern Europe
  11. (8.48) Early-19th Century Reform
  12. (8.49) Early-19th Century Suffrage
  13. (8.50) Early American Art
  14. (8.51) The Agrarian South
  15. (8.52) White Antebellum Society
  16. (8.53) The New Madrid Earthquakes
  17. (8.54) Nullification
  18. (8.55) Jackson's Presidency
  19. (8.56) Sequoyah
  20. (8.57) The Indian Removal Act
  21. (8.58) Manifest Destiny
  22. (8.59) Texas
  23. (8.60) Westward Migration
  24. (8.61) Polk's Presidency
  25. (8.62) The Mexican War
  26. (8.63) The California Gold Rush
  27. (8.64) Slavery in New States
  28. (8.65) The Missouri Compromise
  29. (8.66) The Abolition Movement
  30. (8.67) Compromise of 1850
  31. (8.68) Kansas-Nebraska Act
  32. (8.69) Dred Scott
  33. (8.70) Lincoln & Douglas
  34. (8.71) Slave Conditions
  1. (8.72) Northern & Southern Geography
  2. (8.73) Northern & Southern Economies
  3. (8.74) Election of 1860
  4. (8.75) Tennessee & Secession
  5. (8.76) Lincoln's Presidency
  6. (8.77) The Civil War: Leaders
  7. (8.78) The Civil War: African Americans
  8. (8.79) The Civil War: A Soldier's Life
  9. (8.80) The Civil War: Battles & Events
  10. (8.81) Lincoln's Assassination
  11. (8.82) Amendments 13-15
  12. (8.83) Andrew Johnson's Presidency
  13. (8.84) The Radical Republicans
  14. (8.85) Segregation Begins
  15. (8.86) Vigilante Movements
  16. (8.87) Carpetbaggers & Scalawags
  17. (8.88) The Election of 1876
  18. (8.89) Exodusters
  19. (8.90) Tennessee & Reconstruction
  20. (8.91) Post-War Economies
  21. (8.92) Native American Policies
  22. (8.93) American Indian leaders
  23. (8.94) The Homestead Act
  24. (8.95) Inventors & Inventions
  25. (8.96) Transcontinental Railroad
  26. (8.97) The American Cowboy
  27. (8.98) The Open Range

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