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UNIT 5 TEST REVIEW U.S. History
SSUSH 11 U.S. History
Expansion and Reform Was influenced by the railroads and new technological advances Big Business
Expansion and Reform Railroads contribute to this happening in the U.S. after 1870 on a large scale Westward Expansion
Expansion and Reform Expansion of Railroads in the 1860s caused Big Business to dominate the economy
Expansion and Reform This caused interruption in the lives of Native Americans Railroads
Expansion and Reform New technology that made steel stronger and cheaper Bessemer Process
Expansion and Reform A way to create a monopoly by buying out all your competitors Horizontal Integration
Expansion and Reform A way to create a monopoly by buying not only competitors but buying out natural resources, production, and distribution Vertical Consolidation
Expansion and Reform A business arrangement where there is one owner that sets prices, wages and controls the industry Monopoly
Expansion and Reform Main goal in the creation of Monopolies Eliminate Competition
Expansion and Reform A conglomeration of monopolies joined together to eliminate Competition Trust
Expansion and Reform Used Vertical Integration to form a monopoly over steel Carnegie
Expansion and Reform Railroad, completed in 1869, that run from the Atlantic Ocean to the Pacific Ocean Transcontinental Railroad
Expansion and Reform Main labor source on the western leg of the Transcontinental Railroad Chinese Labor
Expansion and Reform Used Horizontal and Vertical integration to form a monopoly on Oil John D. Rockefeller
Expansion and Reform The name of John D. Rockefeller’s business Standard Oil Company
Expansion and Reform John D. Rockefeller’s business trusts led to the formation of Monopolies
Expansion and Reform Inventor that created the Light Bulb Thomas Edison
Expansion and Reform Edison invention that allowed people to work at night and see in the dark Electric Light Bulb
Expansion and Reform Invention of Edison’s that allowed people to enjoy themselves at the Movies Motion Pictures
Expansion and Reform Edison invention that allowed people to listen to records and recorded sound Phonograph
Expansion and Reform An Increase in Railroads stimulated National economic growth
Expansion and Reform An Increase in Railroads stimulated National economic growth
SSUSH 12 U.S. History
Expansion and Reform Immigration station located in New York Harbor; entrance point for immigrants entering on the East coast of U.S. Ellis Island
Expansion and Reform New Immigration after the Civil War; Immigrants did not speak English and were Jewish or Catholics and come from Southern & Eastern Europe
Expansion and Reform Concept used to explain the overpopulation of cities due to increased Immigration Urbanization
Expansion and Reform First organized and National labor union in the United States American Federation of Labor (AFL)
Expansion and Reform Leader of the American Federation of Labor (AFL) Samuel Gompers
Expansion and Reform Samuel Gompers can best be described as a Union Leader
Expansion and Reform Samuel Gompers helped Laborers / Workers
Expansion and Reform Strategy used by Unions to stop work by workers refusing to work until demands are met Strike
Expansion and Reform This grew quickly because of the Railroad Western Population
Expansion and Reform Sioux leader that fought U.S. soldiers; led his people in exile in Canada, and finally agreed to settle on a reservation; later shot to death by government agents Sitting Bull
Expansion and Reform Massacre of Sioux in South Dakota where 300 women, children, and men killed by U.S. Soldiers Wounded Knee
Expansion and Reform Congressional law that attempted to assimilate native Americans into American Culture Dawes Act
Expansion and Reform Conflict that occurred when an owner of a cart company cut workers wages but did not lower their rent 1894 Pullman Strike
Expansion and Reform In the Pullman strike workers had a desire to Protect their wages
Expansion and Reform The Pullman strike was a factor that directly contributed to Industrial Unrest
SSUSH 13 U.S. History
Expansion and Reform Political reform movement where people supported increased government regulation of business & industry Progressive Era
Expansion and Reform Novel that revealed the unsanitary conditions in the Chicago meat packing industry The Jungle
Expansion and Reform Journalist and author of The Jungle Upton Sinclair
Expansion and Reform Law made by Congress to force meat packers to make sure their food was safe to consume; Influenced by The Jungle Meat Inspection Act
Expansion and Reform Female progressive that opened a settlement house in Chicago to help the inner city poor Jane Addams
Expansion and Reform Settlement house that provided immigrants learn home economics, basic medical care, English, legal rights; established by Jane Addams Hull House
Expansion and Reform Concept that explains segregation laws that required separate public and private facilities for African Americans Jim Crow
Expansion and Reform Court case in 1896 that ruled that segregation in public and private facilities is acceptable Plessy v. Ferguson
Expansion and Reform Legal standard established by Plessy v. Ferguson Separate but Equal
Expansion and Reform Group formed to promote full social and economic equality for African Americans NAACP
Expansion and Reform NAACP stands for National Association for the Advancement of Colored People
Expansion and Reform First African American to graduate from Harvard University and founder of the NAACP WEB Dubois
Expansion and Reform Journalist that exposed the corrupt business practices of Standard Oil Company Ida Tarbell
Expansion and Reform Title of Ida Tarbell’s novel criticizing the unfair practices used by John D. Rockefeller History of Standard Oil
Expansion and Reform Reform journalists that investigated and exposed political corruption, child labor, slum conditions, social issues Muckrakers
Expansion and Reform A form of direct control of government by state citizens by forcing a public vote on an issue on the ballot bypassing state legislatures Initiative
Expansion and Reform A process where state legislators place a proposal for a law on the ballot to allow citizens to vote the law into effect Referendum
Expansion and Reform The power of state citizens to remove public officials from office before their term expires Recall
Expansion and Reform Initiative, referendum, recall increase ordinary citizens direct control of government which is also known as Direct Democracy
Expansion and Reform The 17 th Amendment of the United States Constitution requires this Direct Election of Senators
Expansion and Reform The direct election of senators meant that who would elect the 2 senators from each state Voters (Citizens of the State)
Expansion and Reform The 17 th Amendment increased ordinary citizens direct control of government which is also known as Direct Democracy
Expansion and Reform Before the 17 th Amendment, this is who selected U.S. Senators State Legislatures
Expansion and Reform Progressive era movement that reserved millions of acres of wilderness lands, particularly in western states Conservation Movement
Expansion and Reform This President’s efforts led to the establishment of a national park system that included Yosemite & Yellowstone Theodore Roosevelt
Expansion and Reform Immigrants in urban neighborhoods benefited from Jane Addams
SSUSH 14 U.S. History
Expansion and Reform American feelings caused by Chinese immigrants accepting low wages for jobs whites had held causes wages to go down Anti-Asian sentiment
Expansion and Reform Law passed in 1882 by Congress banning all future Chinese Immigration Chinese Exclusion Act
The student will identify major efforts to reform American society and politics in the Progressive Era.
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Steel IndustryTranscontinental Railroad Impact of railroads on west John D. Rockefeller Standard Oil Company Trust MonopolyThomas Edison Ellis IslandImmigration.
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Political, social, and economic change in America at the turn of the 20 th century Progressives – those who support these reforms. ◦ Wanted to make.
Imperialism Unit Mix Key People Industrialism Key.
Unit Portfolio Project Analysis of the Standards Prep for EOCT.
Big Business and Technological Innovations Standard 11.
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Goals of Progressivism 1.End laissez-faire 2.End abuses of monopolistic power with antitrust legislation ex: Sherman Antitrust Act 3. Make government more.
11/12 Bellringer 5+ sentences Write about something you’d like to change. It could be a law, something at school, a parental rule, etc. How is it now?
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Standard 11c Standard 12c Standard 12d Standard 13c Standard 13e Final Jeopardy.
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2012 U.S. History End of Course Test Review Domain 3: Industrialization, Reform and Imperialism.
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Jeopardy Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy.
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Aim: Review for Test on Progressives Bring a #2 pencil and a pen. Essay Topic: TWO Progressives and their impact.
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6 Weeks Test Review US History. Theodore Roosevelt He broke up bad trusts and monopolies because it would increase business competition. He believed that.
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