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C1-$100 Revolution Revolution - $100 The French and Indian War was also known in Europe as this Seven Years’ War
C1-$200 Revolution Revolution - $200 As a result of American opposition to this Act, British officials sent regiments of troops to Boston to restore law and order Townshend Acts
C1-$300 Revolution Revolution - $300 When the ______ chose George Washington’s to lead the colonial army was as largely political matter. Second Continental Congress
C1-$400 Review Review - $400 This law required the government to buy between $2 - $4 million in silver each month Bland-Allison Act of 1878
C1-$500 Review Review - $500 A New Yorker who used bribery, graft and corruption to steal as much as $200 million from the city. Boss Tweed and the Tweed gang
C2-$100 Labor $100 The most effective and most enduring labor union of the post- Civil War period was the ___ American Federation of Labor (AFL)
C2-$200 Labor Labor - $200 The _____was at first primarily used to curb the power of labor unions Sherman Anti-Trust Act
C2-$300 Labor Labor - $300 The “one big union” that championed producer cooperatives and industrial arbitration was the _____ Knights of Labor
C2-$400 Labor Labor - $400 The height of union violence occurred in Chicago when a bomb was detonated which killed both demonstrators and police Haymarket Riot
C2-$500 Labor Labor - $500 Samuel Gompers The AFL was his brain child
C3-$100 Supreme Court Supreme Court - $100 The Supreme Court ruled that separate but equal was legal under the 14 th amendment in this case? Plessy vs Ferguson
C3-$200 Supreme Court Supreme Court - $200 This Supreme court Case allowed the laws protecting women workers? Miller vs Oregon
C3-$300 Supreme Court Supreme Court - $300 Generally, the Supreme Court in the late nineteenth century interpreted the Constitution in such a way as to favor _____ corporations
C3-$400 Supreme Court Supreme Court - $400 What was FDR’s big miscalculation in 1937? Trying to add members to the Supreme Court (Packing the Court)
C3-$500 Supreme Court Supreme Court - $500 In 1944 the U.S. Supreme Court upheld the Constitutionality of Japanese internments in this case? Korematusu vs. U.S.
C4-$100 Imperialism Imperialism - $100 The newspapers of Hearst and Pulitzer cried sympathy for the Cuban “freedom fighter”. This is called? Yellow journalism
C3-200 Imperialsim Imperialsim - $200 What did the American Congress pass to make it seem like the US was NOT imperialistic? Teller Amendment (guaranteed Cuba’s Independence)
C3-$300 Imperialism Imperialism - $300 In 1866, Secretary of State Seward sent 50,00 troops to the Rio Grande and threatened to invade this country? Mexico
C3-$400 Imperialism Imperialism - $400 Hay-Pauncefonte Treaty of 1901 This Treaty gave the US exclusive rights to build an isthmian canal?
C3-$500 Imperialism Imperialism - $500 Europeans began calling the Caribbean The Yankee Lake after this was passed? Roosevelt Corollary to the Monroe Doctrine
C4-$100 People People - $100 Wilson was steeped in this past Presidents ideas? Andrew Jackson
C4-$200 People People - $200 These two men used the tenets of Social Darwinism as their basis for American imperialism? Theodore Roosevelt Henry Cabot Lodge
C4-$300 People People - $300 Who was the first American civilian Governor of the Philippines? William Howard Taft
C4-$400 People People - $400 The British disputed the boundary of Guiana with Venezuela. Which President helped to settle that dispute? Grover Cleveland
C4-$500 People People - $500 The American General who left the Philippines saying, “I shall return”? Gen. Douglas MacArthur
C4-$100 Review Review - $100 Clara Barton launched this National Organization in 1881? Red Cross
C4-$200 Review Review - $200 Federal Reserve Act 12 Regional Banks, Federal Reserve Notes and Federal Reserve Banks were all part of this reform?
C4-$300 Review Review - $300 This Amendment to the Constitution enacted a graduated income tax? By 1917 the income tax generated more money than the tariff 16th Amendment
C4-$400 Review Review - $400 What was different about immigrants after 1880? They were from South and Eastern Europe
C4-$500 Review Review - $500 One of the first College educated women she was dedicated to helping the urban poor through settlement houses? Jane Addams
Begin $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 BeginningsAlohaPan-AmericaWarImperialismPeople.
Begin $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 LaborRRPeopleTermsCommerceChanges.
JEOPARDY $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 The Unions Scandals Immigrants and other Racist things Imperialist leanings Terms to Know.
AP U.S. HISTORY EXAM REVIEW The Machine Age
CH7-9 Review. Populist- political movement of late 1800’s that worked for an end to government corruption, government ownership of RR, free coinage.
Progressive Era/Imperialism Categorization Activity.
Roosevelt’s Square Deal 1901: Theodore Roosevelt became President. (Teddy) He became known for fighting corruption. Roosevelt greatly expanded the powers.
Essential Information US History Progressive Era.
Standard 13f & 14b & 14b Standard 14b Standard 14c Random Unit Mix Final Jeopardy.
Progressive Presidents Chapter 21 Section 3. Theodore Roosevelt Received the Republican vice-presidential nomination in 1900 Became president after.
Goal 5 Terms Hosted by Mrs. Chavers Goal 5 Pendleton Act Law that officially dismantled the spoils system and created a system of examinations to determine.
Imperialism Unit Mix Key People Industrialism Key.
Begin $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 OrientCanalPotpourriTRMishmashResults S-A War.
Begin $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 The New Country Rise of a DemocracyDisunion Civil War Post-CWRevolution.
■Essential Question ■Essential Question: –How did problems in the Gilded Age contribute to “progressive” reforms in the early 20 th century? ■Warm-Up Question:
The Industrial Revolution in the 19 th Century “The man who has his millions will want everything he can lay his hands on and then raise his voice against.
Begin $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 PolsHeyMr.WilsonPolicy E - Ha Neutral?Taft.
1 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt Economic.
Gilded vs. Progressive Major Players Major Reforms Supreme Court Politics of the Era U.S. Becomes a World Player $200 $400 $600 $800 $200 $400 $600 $800.
Vocab Corruption Reformers Presidents Amendments /Vocab.
The student will identify major efforts to reform American society and politics in the Progressive Era.
Expansion and Reform The Progressive Era and Imperialism.
APUSH DAY 63 Feb. 12, Roosevelt wanted to build a canal in Panama to link the Pacific and Atlantic oceans French company had acquired the rights.
Chapter 17 Test American History. “A Splendid Little War” The Spanish-American war fought in ended 11 days after it began. Described by Secretary.
U.S. History Unit 6 Review. What Do You Know? 1. What led to the development of cities like Chicago? railroads or telegraphs 1. What led to the development.
Goal 6 Test Review. Panama Canal Platt amendment Roosevelt Corollary to the Monroe Doctrine Dollar diplomacy Pancho Villa, General John J. Pershing.
Unit 5 Reforms of the Progressive Movement. What was the Progressive Movement? A period of time in the late 1800s where many Americans called for reform.
What allowed cities to use limited space to accommodate more people? A. Skyscrapers B. Settlement Houses C. Tenements D. Mass Transit Write the question.
ACQUIRING NEW LANDS. RULING PUERTO RICO MILITARY RULE MILITARY RULE During Spanish-American war, under military control During Spanish-American war, under.
Presidential Policies Monroe Doctrine Caroline Sceurman, Erica Elliott, and Colleen O’Donnell.
THE GILDED AGE Notes by R. Horner and J. Rosenzweig PPT translation by N. Miller & T. Zigler.
Progressive Era. Opening Come up with a problem during the Gilded Age. Now come up with a solution or law that would fix that problem.
Column 4 Review. Two important labor union leaders were ******* ********* and ******* ****
Choose a category. You will be given the answer. You must give the correct question. Click to begin.
Chapter 10, Sec 5: Things to Know What political party was Woodrow Wilson a part of? What did Wilson want to impose strict government controls on? What.
Building an Empire. Imperialism Imperialism- Stronger nations attempt to create empires by dominating weaker nations – economically, politically or.
PROGRESSIVE ERA & THE PRESIDENTS: ROOSEVELT, TAFT, WILSON.
Progressive Presidents. Theodore Roosevelt Started conservation acts, conserving national forests Made the government regulate businesses = went after.
A New Spirit of Reform Chapter 21. The Gilded Age Mark Twain gives this time period a great nickname! Mark Twain The rich get richer The poor get poorer.
What is the core belief of the Enlightenment thinkers?
$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.
Territories -Hawaii American planters had organized the overthrow of the monarchy -Philippines War erupts over Philippine desire to be independent William.
Chapter 24 United States Involvement in Latin America.
Theodore Roosevelt/Assumes Presidency After the McKinley Assassination 1901 Used Presidency as “Bully Pulpit” a means to bring attention and demand.
SOL REVIEW MATERIALS FOR UNIT FOUR Conflict and Cooperation – The Spanish-American War and the United States Foreign Policy in Latin America,
Chapter 8 The Progressive Era. progressivism an early 20th century reform movement seeking to return control of the government to the people, to restore.
II Review Who was the Democratic Presidential candidate that was elected in 1912 under his campaign slogan the “New Freedom”? Woodrow.
Jacksonian Period Did you know that Andrew Jackson is one of the few Presidents to have a time period in our history named specifically for him?
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