Individuals, -know where, when, why they are important!
Louis XIV,
Descartes,
Hobbes,
Locke,
Rousseau,
Voltaire,
Montesquieu,
Newton,
Copernicus,
Galileo,
Mary Wollstonecraft
philosophes,
Napoleon,
Louis XVI,
Marie Antoinette,
Jacobins,
Robespierre,
Metternich,
Simon Bolivar,
Jose de San Martin,
Miguel Hidalgo,
Toussaint L'overture,
Louis Napoleon,
Alexander II,
Garibaldi,
Bismarck,
King Wilhelm I
Adam Smith,
Jefferson
Malthus
Edison
Bell
Marconi
Henry Ford
James Watt
Karl Marx
Shaka
Boers
Sepoys
British East India Company
Empress CiXi
PuYi
Queen Victoria
Chartist Movement
Meiji
Maori
Aborigines
Jose Marti
Benito Juares
Santa Anna
Porfirio Diaz
Pancho Villa
Emiliano Zapata
Peninsulares
Creoles
Mestizos
Mulattos
Entrepreneur
Sans Coulottes
Luddites
Roosevelt
Boxers
middle class/bourgeoisie
Zionists
suffragists
Charles Darwin

Events when, where, why important?
Enlightenment
Glorious Revolution
Parliament
Estates General
National Assembly
Tennis Court Oaths
Reign of Terror
Declaration of the Rights of Man
Reign of Terror
Coup D'Etat
Napoleonic Code
Battle of Trafalgar
Continental System
Peninsular War
Waterloo
Congress of Vienna
Revolutions 1848
nation-state
Franco-Prussian War
enclosure
crop rotation
seed drill
chemical revolution
industrialization
factors of production
urbanization
middle class/bourgeoisie
stock
corporation
laissez faire
capitalism
utlitarianism
socialism
communism
utopianism
unions
strikes
Assembly line
combustion engine
steam engine
Protestantism
Scientific Revolution
Impressionism
Romanticism
Realism
Absolutism
Skepticism
Divine Right
Catholicism
Westernization
Constitutional Monarchy
Geocentric Theory
Heliocentric Theory
Scientific method
Germ Theory
Social Contract
Enlightened Despotism
Conservative
liberal
radical
nationalism
second agricultural revolution
imperialism
Berlin Conference
Monroe Doctrine (Roosevelt Corollary)
Zionism
suffrage
communism
capitalism
Victorian ideals
socialism
reasons for imperialism
"White Man's Burden"
Armenian Genocide
Opium Wars
Boxer Rebellion
Taiping Rebellion
Crimean War
Russo Japanese War
natural resources
Open Door Policy
imperialism
direct control vs. indirect control
protectorate
sphere of influence
social Darwinism
means of production
cash crops
Suez Canal
Spanish American War
Roosevelt Corollary
Panama Canal