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Unit 5-8 Word Review for AP
Hayes Tilden Compromise
Big Stick Diplomacy
Fugitive Slave Law
William Lloyd Garrison
Uncle Tom’s Cabin
History of Standard Oil
How the Other Half Lives
Shame of the Cities
Election of 1860
Jim Crow Laws
15 th Amendment
Susan B Anthony
17 th Amendment
19 th Amendment
14 th Amendment
Knights of Labor
Oklahoma Land Rush
Eugene V. Debs
Haymarket Square Riot
Tenure of Office Act
Spoils System. Virginia and Kentucky Resolutions.
History 121 United States History Since Reconstruction Presidential Reconstruction Freedmen “Black Codes” Congressional Reconstruction Freedmen’s.
North in the Antebellum Period American Slavery As It Is by Gadsden Purchase, 1853 Joseph Smith Homestead Act, 1862 Promontory Utah, 1869 Commodore Mathew.
The Progressive Movement Chapters
Causes of the Civil War pages How do the North and South start to develop differently THE WILMOT PROVISO COMPROMISE OF 1850 List the two major.
Ch 14 Review Use your whiteboard to answer the following questions about the causes of the Civil War.
Reconstruction Wade-Davis – Congressional Reconstruction Andrew Johnson vs. Radical Republicans Black Codes Congressional Reconstruction 13 th, 14 th,
Pre-Civil War and the Civil War Student made. People William Lloyd Garrison Fredrick Douglass Harriet Tubman Dred Scott Case John Brown/ Harper’s Ferry.
Gilded Age Politics A Two Party Stalemate.
History III – Three trends in the 1800s History III – Three trends in the 1800s Three major themes of the 1800s in America are : 1. Expansion (movie part.
Choose a category. You will be given the answer. You must give the correct question. Click to begin.
Central and Latin America Europe South America 50 States Oceans and Continents.
Goal 3 Stations Causes of the Civil War 3.01 Trace the economic, social, and political events from the Mexican War to the outbreak of the Civil War
Unit IV Identifications. Ch 14 pp Nativism Immigrants in Politics Know-Nothings Decline of Nativism.
War of 1812 caused by. War of 1812 CREATED Nationalism Patriotism Market Economy Industrialism Manifest Destiny (which opens the wounds of slavery. Reform(ism)
Competency Goal 7 EOC Review. ___________ This movement sought to reform labor conditions, urban slums, and government and business practices. Progressive.
Progressive Presidents Chapter 17. Prog. Presidents Theodore Roosevelt – Republican – and then the progressive (Bull- Moose Party) – William.
Slavery Economics Politics. Denmark Vessey 1822 Nat Turner Wilmot Proviso Frederick Douglas Popular Sovereignty Compromise of 1850 Uncle.
An Overview. A (Roosevelt to WWI) B. Began at state and local levels 1. “Wisconsin Idea” ~ Bob LaFollette C. Examples of state reforms 1. state.
Key Concept 5.2 “Intensified by expansion and deepening regional divisions, debates over slavery and other economic, cultural, and political issues led.
America’s History Seventh Edition CHAPTER 20 Whose Government? Politics, Populists, and Progressives Copyright © 2011 by Bedford/St. Martin’s.
9D 1.He was the ____ President from ________. 2.He attended ______ University and Cincinnati ______ School. 3.His _______ was “____ Lub.” 4.Taft was the.
A-B-C Book Mr. Smith 8 th grade U.S. History April 12 th & 13 th, 2012.
VUS 8 C&D JIM CROW ERA PROGRESSIVE MOVEMENT. Compare the Robber barons using your notes and the board or paper or ipad.
National Political Reform Unit 7.2. Teddy Roosevelt’s Square Deal Presidents in the 19 th Century often sided with businesses in conflicts with labor.
Hosted by… Mr. David Click to begin.. Click here for Final Jeopardy.
Big Business and Labor terms Part 2 Samuel Gompers American Federation of Labor (AFL) Eugene V. Debs Industrial Workers of the World (IWW) Mary.
TIMELINE FOR GILDED AGE. Grant Elected President.
Name____________________________________________ Period______ Date________ Henderson Middle School SOCIAL STUDIES.
Essay Topic: Presidential v. Congressional Reconstruction. Know both plans. Complete castlelearning.
Election of 1860Uncle Tom’s Cabin Personal Liberty LawsKansas-Nebraska Act Bleeding KansasTopeka Constitution.
The American Promise: A History of the United States Fourth Edition CHAPTER 14 The House Divided 1846–1861 Copyright © 2009 by Bedford/St. Martin’s Roark.
Target: I can describe the policies of the Progressive Presidents.
LAISSEZ FAIRE Sherman Anti-Trust Act, 1890 Conspicuous Consumption Gilded Age Knights of Labor, 1869 Great Railroad Strike of 1877 Homestead Strike, 1892.
Review for the Regents – Civil War and Reconstruction Do Now: Quiz on Early Presidents Turn to page 13 in review packet HW: Vocabulary Sheet on Industrialization.
AP U.S. HISTORY EXAM REVIEW The Machine Age
Review for the Regents – Civil War and Reconstruction Do Now: Quiz on Early Presidents HW: Vocabulary Sheet on Industrialization in packet pages 15 & 16.
UNITED STATES HISTORY Progressive Presidents Dr. King-Owen [8.02]
What event discredited the Knights of Labor? Haymarket Riot Homestead Strike Panic of '93 Pullman Strike.
Jeopardy The Game of Knowledge The Road to War AbolitionistsSectionalismVarious Events Leading to War 100.
The Gilded Age. “Who are the oppressed? The many: the nations of the earth, the valuable personages, the workers; they that make the bread that the soft-
$100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 Final Jeopardy VocabularyPeoplePoliticalEconomicSocial.
EVENTS LEADING TO THE CIVIL WAR 1820’s to 1850’s.
Good Morning!!! 1.NVC 2.The Progressive Presidents 3.Women’s Suffrage Essential Question #1: Who were the Progressives Presidents and what did they accomplish?
What were the goals of the Progressives and what were their accomplishments?
Jeopardy Famous People Causes of the war Compromise Of 1850 Kansas Nebraska Act Leftovers Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400.
U.S. History End of the Year Review. Christopher Columbus Columbian Exchange.
Everything You Need To Know About Key Concept 5.2 To Succeed In APUSH APUSH REVIEW: KEY CONCEPT 5.2 Period 5: 1844 – 1877.
Road to the Revolution – Make a timeline of these events and explain each Two ideological/philosophical events – Great Awakening and the Enlightenment.
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