Social Studies � Competencies 1-5

History

Economics is the study of

Government

Citizenship

Culture

Chronology

Artifact

Prehistory

Civilization

Monotheism

Polytheism

Belief in many gods.

Rosetta Stone

Magna Carta

Johann Gutenberg

Isaac Newton

Nationalism

Imperialism

Conscription

Vikings

Christopher Columbus

Hernando de Soto

Samuel de Champlain

Jamestown

Plymouth Colony

Indentured Servant

Roger Williams

Anne Hutchinson

William Penn

French and Indian War

Daniel Boone

Stamp Act

Crispus Attucks

Boston Tea Party

Benjamin Franklin

John Adams

Thomas Jefferson

James Madison

George Mason

Roger Sherman

Paul Revere

Committees of Correspondence

Nathan Hale

Manifest Destiny

Battle of Gettysburg

Woodrow Wilson

3/5 Compromise

Lewis and Clark

Louisiana Purchase

Virginia House of Burgesses

Mayflower Compact

Laws

Rules

Bill of Rights

Cold War

Boston Massacre (1770)

New Deal

Declaration of Independence

Lyndon B. Johnson

Kansas-Nebraska Act

Progressive Movement

Trail of Tears

Great Depression

Dust Bowl

Lexington and Concord

War of 1812

Missouri Compromise

Alexander Fleming

Fugitive Slave Act

William Lloyd Garrison

Age of Exploration

Primary Sector

Secondary Sector

Tertiary Sector

Quaternary Sector

Communism

Capitalism

Socialism

Isolationism

Anarchy

Oligarchy

Democracy

Autocracy

Producer

Consumer

Mercantilism

Economic Systems

Adam Smith

Marbury v. Madison (1803)

Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka (1954)

Plessy v. Ferguson (1896)

Civil War

John Locke

Industrial Revolution

Abolitionists

Sojourner Truth

Underground Railroad

Harriet Tubman

Abraham Lincoln

Clara Barton

Reconstruction

Temperance Movement

Suffrage

Susan B. Anthony

Carrie Chapman Catt

Railroads

Panama Canal

W.E.B. DuBois

Harlem Renaissance

Tuskegee Airmen

Marshall Plan

Thurgood Marshall

Martin Luther King Jr.

Cesar Chavez

Cinco de Mayo

GTT

Tejanos

Topographic map

Almanac

Index

Atlas

Eli Whitney

Capital

Cultural Diffusion

Robert Fulton

Emigrate

Hemisphere

Magna Carta

Who wrote the Declaration of Independence?

Thomas Jefferson

Chesapeake Bay

Abraham Lincoln

Kansas-Nebraska Act

Martin Luther King

What is the 5th Amendment?

What is the 6th Amendment?

Gibbons vs. Ogden

Religious groups

Pie chart

Arabic

What is a tariff?

Christopher Columbus