This resource contains 12 pages of notes aligned within Time Period #4 [1800 to 1848] of the Advanced Placement United States History curriculum
. In addition to notes and graphics in the hard copy handouts, you can access the Web-based version of all class notes on my course website
. This product is one of three modules for this Time Period.
APUSH Time Period #4 Module A [1800-1825] Student Notes
APUSH Time Period #4 Module B [1825-1828] Student Notes
APUSH Time Period #4 Module C [1828 -1848] Student Notes
All Student Notes are offered in Microsoft Word and PDF formats. They include:
A cover page that presents a visual preview of the 12 individual or groups who will be used to help tell the larger story of the new republics struggle to define and extend democratic ideals in the face of rapid economic, territorial, and demographic changes.
Senator James Hammond
Charles G. Finney
Neal S. Dow
The Grimke Sisters
An organized presentation of lecture topics [headings and subheadings] designed to serve as an instructional tool to guide student inquiry
4.18 The Invisible War: African American Anti-Slavery Resistance [1800 -1831]
4.19 The Fires of Jubilee: Nat Turner's Fierce Rebellion 
4.20 “Slavery a Positive Good” - Southern Ideologies in Defense of Slavery
4.21 The Second Great Awakening [1820-1860]
4.22 Creating a Culture of Reform in Antebellum America [1820-1860]
4.23 Holy Warriors: The Abolitionists and American Slavery [1820 to 1865]
4.24 Antebellum Non Conformists - Transcendentalists and Mormon Pioneers [1820-60]
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APUSH Course Outline
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Complete set of APUSH Student Notes [Coming August 2018]