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SAT US History Flashcards - Summary
Check out these fun study flashcards to review the historical terms, events, dates and figures that appear on the SAT U.S. History subject test. You can use any computer or mobile device to flip through these flashcards and memorize topics from early American settlement through modern U.S. history. Some of the SAT U.S. History exam topics you can expect to study include:
- Early contacts with Native Americans and North American settlement
- The American Revolution and the Virginia dynasty
- Historical events from 1776-1800 and 1870-1900
- The Civil War, Reconstruction and antebellum America
- The sectional crisis
- Jacksonian democracy
- Manifest Destiny
- The Progressive Era and the 1920s
- The Great Depression
- WWII America and the period after WWII
- The Cold War
- Activism for civil rights
- The 1970s
- Conservatism between 1980 and 1992
- American imperialism
- Contemporary American history
How They Work
Reviewing SAT U.S. History exam topics with flashcards allows you to repeat historical figures, dates and events until you've committed them to memory.
- Open a flashcard set for the SAT U.S. History topic you're studying.
- Identify the image, event, name or word on the flashcard.
- Click the button to flip the card and view the answer.
- Select whether you got it right or missed it to keep track of your progress
- Click the Next arrow to proceed through the flashcard set.
- Review the cards you missed or shuffle all cards back in and go through them again.
SAT US History: The 1920s Flashcards
This flashcard set will go through the major political and cultural themes of the Roaring Twenties. Learn more about speakeasies, jazz, juke joints, and cultural shifts in this set.
SAT US History: Civil War Reconstruction Flashcards
This flashcard set will review the major policies and politics of the Reconstruction. This card set will address Lincoln's plan, Andrew Johnson's policies, and the constitutional amendments that resulted from this tumultuous time in U.S. history.
SAT US History: The Great Depression Flashcards
Use this comprehensive set of flashcards to solidify your knowledge about the Great Depression that occurred in the United States. This set includes the important political and economic terminology that is key to understanding this difficult period in American history.
SAT US History: The 1970s Flashcards
Review facts about the 1970s as you prepare for the SAT U.S. History Subject Test with this set of flashcards. You can focus on the presidents and conflicts of this period of time.
SAT US History: Conservatism from 1980-1992 Flashcards
This set of flashcards helps prepare students for the SAT subject text on U.S. History by focusing on the conservative politics from 1980 - 1992. These cards feature key people, events, legislation, and cultural changes of the time.
SAT US History: American Imperialism Flashcards
To better understand how the U.S. relates to the rest of the world, it makes sense to look at how the U.S. started as a world power. America's fate relies on our extended influence around the world as it did in the late 19th and early 20th Centuries. This flashcard set tests your understanding of American Imperialism and World War I.
SAT US History: Sectional Crisis Flashcards
Have you ever wondered what drove the American people into a civil war? The events and politicians that increased tensions and lead to the American Civil War are explored in these flashcards.
SAT US History: Civil Rights Activism Flashcards
These flashcards cover key figures and important events in America during the Civil Rights movement. Explore groups fighting for equality, including women and Native Americans. Use this set to help you complete your homework or study for a test.
SAT US History: First Contact with Native Americans Flashcards
Early explorers left a lasting impact on life in the Americas, bringing with them a host of cultural influences and leaving behind them a series of deaths. These flashcards will tell you how European colonization began and what effects it had on America.
SAT US History: American Revolution Flashcards
To better make sense of modern-day America, it helps to investigate the people, events, and ideas that formed the American nation. Ideas that took hold in the period prior to and during the American Revolution - representative government, consent of the governed, natural rights - are just as significant today in conversations about government and society. This flashcard set tests your understanding of American Revolution terms and concepts.
SAT US History: The Cold War Flashcards
Get a quick study of the most important events and U.S. Presidents during the period of the Cold War. Read on to discover just how important this time was in world history.
SAT US History: Antebellum America Flashcards
The period of time before the American Civil War is often referred to as the Antebellum Age. These flashcards will explore what life was like in both the North and the South before the country engaged in a war within its own borders.
SAT US History: Jacksonian Democracy Flashcards
This set of flashcards prepares students for the SAT subject test on U.S. history by providing detailed information on the presidency of Andrew Jackson, beginning with his loss of the 1824 election, and continuing through his terms, and into the presidencies of Van Buren, his vice president, and the short-lived presidency of William Henry Harrison.
SAT US History: Manifest Destiny Flashcards
The period of American expansion prior to the U.S. Civil War is an important era in U.S. history. Concepts like Manifest Destiny are still reflected in current U.S. foreign policy. This flashcard set tests your understanding of Manifest Destiny & American Expansion.
SAT US History: Contemporary America Flashcards
Get ready for the SAT subject test in US History with this series of flashcards reviewing recent American history from 1992-2013. This set highlights the presidential terms of Bill Clinton, George W. Bush, and Barack Obama.
SAT US History: Settling North America Flashcards
This flashcard set reviews the important people, places and concepts associated with the exploration and settling of North America. Topics are focused on the years 1492 through 1732.
SAT US History: The US in WWII Flashcards
This flashcard set covers the entire span of World War II, including major events, battles, and key political players. Use this set to review the war's significant events and to test your understanding of the political history of this era.
SAT US History: Civil War Flashcards
This flashcard set will review some of the major points of the United States Civil War. Major battles, important figures, and military strategies will be addressed here.
SAT US History: Major Events from 1776-1800 Flashcards
This set of flashcards will introduce several major events from the early part of U.S. history, particularly from 1776-1800 when this nation struggled to establish itself and its relation with other countries, and figure out how to plan for the future.
SAT US History: The Progressive Era Flashcards
The Progressive Era of the early 20th Century influenced the U.S. society, economy, and government in ways that many take for granted today. This flashcard will increase your understanding of the Progressive Era.
SAT US History: Virginia Dynasty Flashcards
This set of flashcards covers the period of American history from 1796 to approximately 1830, better known as the Virginia Dynasty. Cards in this set will cover important events, historic figures, treaties, inventions, social movements, and more.
SAT US History: Post WWII Flashcards
This flashcard set offers a crash course on post-World War II life in the United States and other parts of the Western world. In addition to major political events, it also teaches terms important to the daily life of Americans in mid-20th century.
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Other chapters within the SAT Subject Test US History: Practice and Study Guide course
- Early American Civilizations
- Settling North America & the Colonies
- Important Events Leading to the American Revolution
- Events & Leaders of the American Revolution
- The Making of a Nation after the American Revolution
- The Virginia Dynasty
- Jacksonian Democracy
- Everyday Life in Antebellum America
- Manifest Destiny & American Expansion
- Buildup to the American Civil War
- The American Civil War
- After the Civil War: Reconstruction
- Westward Expansion, Industrialization & Urbanization (1870-1900)
- The Progressive Era of the Early 20th Century
- American Imperialism & World War I
- 1920s America
- America and the Great Depression
- Significant Events of World War II
- World Events & Politics After World War II (1946-1959)
- Events & Presidents During the Cold War (1950-1973)
- Civil Rights & Other Movements in the US (1954-1973)
- America in the 1970s
- America in the 1980s
- Recent American History (1992-2013)
- SAT Subject Test US History Flashcards