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the separation of people in public places based on race
What is segregation?
An Amendment which states that “All persons born or naturalized in the United States…are citizens of the United States”
What is the 14th Amendment?
Any law that demanded segregation
What are the Jim Crow Laws?
During Reconstruction, they were a powerful group in Congress that passed laws protecting the rights of freedmen.
Who are the Radical Republicans?
They were passed in 1865, 1868, and 1870, each time changing the Constitution and giving more rights to black Americans.
What are the 13th, 14th, and 15th Amendments (the Reconstruction Amendments)?
The land that the United States government forced Native American tribes to settle on.
What are Reservations?
The region of the U.S. where settlers built houses out of sod, put up barbed wire fences, and dealt with the occasional tornado.
What was the Great Plains?
What passage did President Jackson use to move Cherokee Indians west of the Mississippi.
What was the Trail of Tears?
Immigrants built it over seven backbreaking years and were often mistreated by their employers.
What is the Transcontinental Railroad?
Blacks who moved out of the South to the West because when Reconstruction ended, white Southerners passed laws limiting their voting rights and other civil rights
What are Exodusters?
They replaced hand tools as the primary way of manufacturing products.
What are machines?
What type of social reform did muckrakers want?
What is a change in politics and in the work place?
What was mass production?
What is manufacturing large quantities of goods quickly and cheaply?
What factory fire helped workers to gain more rights?
What was the Triangle Shirt Waist Factory Fire?
What allowed voters to choose their presidential candidates directly?
What is a direct primary?
He created a monopoly in the oil industry.
Who is John D. Rockefeller?
A corporation sells this to investors who want to share in corporate profits.
What is stock?
These are companies that sell stock and are often referred to as part of “big business”.
What is a corporation?
A legal body created to hold stock in many companies, often in the same industry
What is a trust?
A major goal of the Sherman Anti Trust Act was to?
Stop the formation of trusts?
What National Monument welcomes immigrants coming through New York Harbor?
The Statue of Liberty
What national landmark does this poem appear on “Give me your tierd, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breath free.”
What is the Statue of Liberty.
How did new immigrants differ from old immigrants that caused them to be discriminated?
What is their language and religion.
These two islands served as processing centers for newly arrived immigrants.
Ellis Island and Angel Island
Vocabulary: The process by which immigrants become a part of their new country’s culture.
I was the President of the Confederate States of America.
Who is Jefferson Davis?
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Reconstruction-Immigration ReconstructionThe West.
Steel IndustryTranscontinental Railroad Impact of railroads on west John D. Rockefeller Standard Oil Company Trust MonopolyThomas Edison Ellis IslandImmigration.
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RECONSTRUCTION S3G. RECONSTRUCTION ERA: ANDREW JOHNSON PLANS LINCOLN’S 10% PLAN: Mend wounds ; 10% of Confederate voters took oath of allegiance and ratified.
Industrial- ization Settlement of the West Immigration UrbanizationCivilRightsGildedAgeHodgepodge
US History Fall Midterm Review
Reconstruction: ©2012, TESCCC. Reconstruction was a period immediately after the Civil War of rebuilding the Southern states gradually bringing.
MY DEFINITION FOR THE WORD : MY DEFINITION FOR THE WORD : USE THE VOCABULARY WORD IN A SENTENCE. The 13 th Amendment was added to Constitution to free.
Changes on the Western Frontier Chapter 5. Before 1877… American Civil War from The North wanted to preserve the Union The South wanted independence.
Reconstruction Define Reconstruction Process of readmitting the former Confederate States into the Union from 1865 to 1877.
September/October 2013 Immigration and Industrial Revolution.
Reconstruction Game NUMBER A PIECE OF NOTEBOOK PAPER 1-20.
RECONSTRUCTION Period of time between
The Rise of Industry US History and Government NY State Regents Exam Review.
Industrialization & Immigration Ch 20 & 21 Vocabulary.
Reconstruction America in the 1870s. The Reconstruction policies were harsh and created problems in the South. The 13 th, 14 th, and 15 th Amendments.
Reconstruction, Last Frontier, New Industries Chapter 11 Lessons 1, 2, and 3.
The 13th Amendment officially ended slavery in the United States forever.
SOL Review Materials for Unit One
Reconstruction. What was Reconstruction? Reconstruction lasted from Reconstruction was the nation’s attempt to reunite the country and rebuild.
2 Muckrakers Triangle Fire Galveston Hurricane of 1900 Progressive State Reforms 16 th Amendment Election of 1912 Federal Reserve Jim Crow (caution: graphic.
Reconstruction Era Review. U. S. Presidents During Reconstruction Abraham ___Lincoln_________ was President at the end of the Civil_War and.
MRS. BRYANT’S 5 TH GRADE GEORGIA STANDARDS WJIS 1 Reconstruction.
What term refers to the plan for rebuilding the South after the Civil War?
Why did millions of immigrants come to America?
Reconstruction of Virginia and the South Reconstruction – The period following the Civil War in which Congress passed laws designed to rebuild the country.
VOCABULARY CARDS Reconstruction. Definition: The time period after the Civil War when the United States began to rebuild the South. The Southern states.
Essential Information US History Industrial Revolution.
First coined by newspaper editor, John O’Sullivan in ".... the right of our manifest destiny to over spread and to possess the whole of the.
Georgia Performance Standards: SSUSH9b-f
Vocab. Centralized Government: organized government of a country or territory where power is consolidated into one body, group, or city. Impeachment:
Mrs. Bryant’s 5th Grade Georgia Standards WjEs 1
6.1: The Gilded Age—The Rise of Big Business & the Closing of the Western Frontier Follow along in the student packet: “Content students MUST KNOW to.
Reconstruction Take notes on the following slides. You will need to copy the text in red.
Big Business and Technological Innovations Standard 11.
Quick Write 1 Write down two things you know about immigration in America.
THIS IS Immigration Big Business ProgressivesProblemsExpansionism Gilded Age Random.
Warm-Up What is the significance of the following dates: Texas becomes the 28 th state of the United States of America The Civil War begins.
Westward Expansion The government wanted to promote westward expansion During the Civil War, northerners passed laws to accomplish this 1862—Homestead.
Plans and Laws of Reconstruction
Gettysburg Summer of 1863 – a turning point for the Union Gettysburg Address by Lincoln to dedicate the cemetery.
Content Standard 1.2 and 1.3 Industrialization / Immigration The student will analyze the impact of immigration, the settlement of the American West and.
Reconstruction Of the South. Lincoln’s Plan Pardon and grant amnesty When 10% of the 1860 voters took an oath and agree to abide by the government.
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