AP World History

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Chapter 27 Worksheet

The _________________________ reforms in the Ottoman Empire, between 1839 and 1876 reorganized education, established railways and telegraph systems, and resulted in a constitution based on European prototypes.   _________________________, the head of the coalition of Mamluk households that shared power in Egypt at the time of Napoleon’s arrival, dismissed the invader as insignificant.   Intermarrying with Turkish families, Muhammad Ali’s …

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Chapter 26 Worksheet

Under the able leadership of _________________________ and other blacks, the independent republic of Haiti was proclaimed in 1804. In 1808, Napoleon placed the king of Spain and his son under arrest and forced them to abdicate in favor of his ________________________.   In northern South America, _________________________, a wealthy Creole officer, emerged as the leader of the revolt against Spain.   …

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Chapter 25 Worksheet

  The rise of the British __________________________ in India owed much to the rivalry between the British and the French.   Madras, Bombay, and Calcutta became the administrative centers of the three __________________________ that made up the bulk of the territory that Britain ruled in India.   The venality and misgovernment of the Indian __________________________ resulted in the catastrophic Bengal famine …

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Vocab – AP History Chapters 25,26,& 27

Vocabulary   Chapter 25   Sepoys:     Raj:     Plassey (1757):     Charles Cornwallis:     Isandhlwana (1879):     White dominions:     Settler colonies:     White racial supremacy:     Great Trek:     Cecil Rhodes:     James Cook:     Chapter 26   Toussaint L’Overture:       Simon Bolívar:     …

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AP World History Audit Syllabus

Course Text and other Reading: Main Text: World Civilizations: The Global Experience, Peter N. Stearns, etc. Al., New York: Pearson Longman; 5th AP Ed., 2007. Readers: Students will read and analyze selected primary sources (documents, images, and maps) in: Ø  Kevin Reilly, Worlds of History: A Comparative Reader, Bedford St. Martins, 2009. Ø  Alfred J. Andrea and James H. Overfield, …

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NOTES: The French Revolution & the Age of Napoleon

Limited Monarch – A government in which the monarchy does not have absolute power, but shares it with a parliament. Absolute Monarch – Rulers who have complete authority over the lives of the people they govern. Divine Right – The belief that a king’s authority to rule comes directly from God. Louis XIV – (The Sun King) The king of …

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NOTES: Industrial Revolution

James Watt – Created with creating the modern steam engine. Imperialism – The policy of expanding national territory through colonization and conquest. Factory System – Production of goods in a factory through the use of machines and a large number of workers. Industrial Revolution – Period when machines replaced hand tools, and steam and electricity replaced human and animal power. …

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