First Great Awakening. Zinn Ch2 Quiz. Period 2 Study Guide College Board Concept Outline Period 2: 1607 to 1754 Key Concept 2… Course Hero is not sponsored or endorsed by any college or university. AP US HISTORY INTENSIVE REVIEW GUIDE SENECA HIGH SCHOOL MAY, 2009 Chapter summaries derived from: John J. Newman and John M. Schmalbach, United States History: Preparing for the Advanced Placement Exam, AMSCO Publishing, 2006. Resources and Reviews. Unit 2 Resources. Copy_of_Copy_of_Key_Concepts_Period_2_Matching.pdf, Stamford High School • HISTORY AP US Hist, Charlotte Catholic High School • HISTORY 11, Lanier High School • US HISTOR Ap us hist, Plainfield High School, Plainfield • US HISTORY 101, 19006068-APUSH-The-American-Pageant-Chapters-1-10-Vocabulary.pdf, 157739124-APUSH-Chapter-2-and-3-Notes.pdf, 02 APUSH (02-05) (1607-1754) Frameworks.pdf, Interlake Senior High School • HISTORY AP US hist, Copyright © 2020. Period 2 (1607-1754) Essential Questions. Information for Teachers! Period 2: 1607 - 1754. Top Ten Directions. Course Hero, Inc. APUSH Home Page. 2. devastating diseases – smallpox, yellow fever, malaria as Indians had no immunities. This preview shows page 1 - 2 out of 2 pages. • These Study Guides were designed to help teachers create an accessible survey of U.S. history that conforms to the AP® United States History Curriculum Framework. a. 282674405-Period-2-Study-Guide-APUSH.pdf - Period 2 Study Guide College Board Concept Outline Period 2 1607 to 1754 Key Concept 2.1 Europeans developed, Europeans developed a variety of colonization and migration patterns, influenced, by different imperial goals, cultures, and the varied North American environments, system advanced Spanish goals of both converting. Period 3: 1754-1800. Lists of “illustrative knowledge” under “Signiﬁcant Topics” have been kept to a minimum. of each time period for additional information.)!! Natives to Christianity and exploiting their labor. View 282674405-Period-2-Study-Guide-APUSH.pdf from HISTORY AP US at Solon High School. ! Historical Thinking Skills. Period 1: 1491-1607. Terms. C. Seventeenth and eighteenth-century French and Dutch colonial, relationships with Indians were based primarily on trade alliances, A. Seventeenth and eighteenth-century English colonization differed form, the Spanish, Dutch, and French because England eventually established, largely avoided intermarriage or cross-racial sexual unions, C. The Atlantic slave trade grew dramatically in the 18. of the difficulty of effectively enslaving native peoples. Key Topics–Period 2: 1607 to 1754 Remember that the AP US History exam tests you on the depth of your knowledge, not just your ability to recall facts. Privacy Reading Quizzes. The Indians had no immunities in their systems built up over generations. Summer Assignments. ... Period 2 Essential Information.