Government during Reconstruction The _________ Amendment abolished slavery.
Government during Reconstruction Abraham Lincoln was assassinated by ___________ on April 12, 1865.
Government during Reconstruction Which faction of the Republican Party wanted Reconstruction to punish the former Confederacy, disenfranchise large numbers of Southern whites, and confiscate the property of leading Confederates?
Government during Reconstruction Name the 2 acts that were put in place to try to annoy President Johnson. Which of these acts was violated by the President and caused his impeachment hearing?
Government during Reconstruction What were the provisions of the Wade- Davis Bill and what were the results?
Government during Reconstruction Discuss the details of the Compromise of 1877.
Economics during Reconstruction What does sharecropping refer to ?
Economics during Reconstruction What is the difference between a scalawag and a carpetbagger?
Economics during Reconstruction Discuss the concept of the crop-lien system. How does it differ from tenant farming or does it?
Economics during Reconstruction Which group comprised the majority of the new labor workforce in southern mills?
Economics during Reconstruction What were the major areas of economic improvement in the south after the war? Which was the most important to the economy of the south?
Economics during Reconstruction Describe the overall condition of the north and south after the war in terms of leadership, government, economy and population.
African Americans during Reconstruction Name at least 3 changes in the everyday life of a former slave after the war. What did they do differently? (of course…not a slave…)
African Americans during Reconstruction Name 4 methods to keep African Americans “in their place” and to continue white supremacy in the polling place.
African Americans during Reconstruction The Supreme Court case __________________________ established the principle that the federal government could not determine the morality of a states’ laws and that the principle of “separate but equal” was legitimate.
African Americans during Reconstruction What attempts were made by the Federal Government to stop white supremacy in the south during reconstruction? (2 acts)
African Americans during Reconstruction ___________ established Tuskegee Institute. He encouraged 2 ideas in his speech “Atlanta Compromise” what were they?
African Americans during Reconstruction Describe the average economic, social and political life of a negro in the south during reconstruction.
The New South What does the New South refer to? What was the number one industry in the “new south”?
The New South Which best describes Congressional reaction to the former Confederate states that had set up new governments under Andrew Johnson's "presidential Reconstruction"? a. They fully accepted all of the states except Georgia and South Carolina, which had elected no blacks to office. a. They fully accepted all of the states except Georgia and South Carolina, which had elected no blacks to office. b. They conditionally accepted all of the states pending the results of local and state elections. b. They conditionally accepted all of the states pending the results of local and state elections. c. They refused to seat the senators and representatives from the states and set up a committee to investigate and advise on Reconstruction. c. They refused to seat the senators and representatives from the states and set up a committee to investigate and advise on Reconstruction. d. They fully accepted all of the states west of the Mississippi River, but required new constitutions in the others. d. They fully accepted all of the states west of the Mississippi River, but required new constitutions in the others.
The New South What does the term Agribusiness refer to ? Who was financing these types of endeavors?
The New South What event marks the end of reconstruction and the beginning of a more prosperous time in the south?
The New South What did Ida Wells have to say about the “New South”?
The New South What methods did the government use to help encourage growth in the south after the war?
Western Expansion _________________ is considered the first western historian. His book, “The Significance of the American Frontier”, helped to encourage western settlement.
Western Expansion What was the romance of the west? Give examples.
Western Expansion The ___________ of 1890 was the first time the US government discriminated against a single ethnic group of people in stating that they could not legally immigrate into the country.
Western Expansion The completion of the ___________ in 1869 helped to facilitate western expansion. 90% of this was completed with Chinese labor.
Western Expansion Name and define 3 methods (acts) the US used to encourage western expansion.
Western Expansion Describe the 3 major economies of the west. Which one is the most successful long term?
How the West was Won The ___________ provided for Native Americans to become wards of the federal government, each qualified individual would receive a land grant which divided the communal property of the reservations and forced the issue of assimilation.
How the West was Won The _________ led by ________ were one of the last native American tribes to be settled on a reservation. They were known for their guerrilla warfare tactics.
How the West was Won Explain the importance of the buffalo to the native populations of the west.
How the West was Won What did the Indian Peace commission determine?
How the West was Won What was a “Ghostdance”? and why did it help to stimulate the events of the Battle at Wounded Knee?
How the West was Won What was the relationship between the Natives and US government in the mid-late 1800’s?
Inventors and Visionaries What is the concept of limited liability?
Inventors and Visionaries What events took place at the Triangle Shirtwaist factory?
Inventors and Visionaries Name 2 rags to riches stories. Who were the following involved in? –Oil –Steel –Banking/finance
Inventors and Visionaries What is the difference between vertical and horizontal integration?
Inventors and Visionaries Describe the city, where and how they worked. What problems did they face?
Inventors and Visionaries Discuss urbanization. What were some of the living/working conditions of the immigrants and working classes in the cities?
Inventors and Visionaries What is a muckraker? Give an example.
The Labor Movement What was the labor contract law?
The Labor Movement Which of the following strikes was put down by the federal troops after the President declared that the striking workers had disrupted the mail service which was considered a federal offense?
The Labor Movement What does “How the Other Half Lives” refer to?
The Labor Movement Who were the Molly Maguires?
The Labor Movement What were the different types of labor in the late 1800’s-early 1900’s?