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These notes include important vocabularies such as eras, specific events, important figures, or pieces of legislation vital to your success in AP US History regarding the time period 1824-1900. Some professors may call these “Identifies”. Each term includes two bullet points: definition and historical significance. Additionally, the terms are followed by a 3-letter code in parenthesis. Organized by theme, the key for the code goes as follows.
-(NAT) American and National Identity
-(WXT) Work, exchange, and technology
-(MIG) Migration and Settlement
-(POL) Politics and Power
-(WOR) America in the World
-(GEO) Geography and the Environment
-(CUL) Culture and Society
Reading these definitions and contextualizing the terms with their historical significance greatly helps in preparing for the AP US History exam. The definitions I collected were my main source of study for the exam. I was abe to score a 4 on the AP exam and an A in the class.
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