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DRAFT ONE: TEST ONE REVIEW Suggestions for studying for the test: Review your chapter notes, the 4 quizzes, and your Liberty Journal entries. Go through each PowerPoint (linked to the NEWS). Make scratch outlines of the possible essay questions Test: 20 short answer (20 points); 3 short essays out of a choice of 5 of the 8 below. You may bring a 3x5 card handwritten on both sides. Chapter Ch 16: Gilded Age...

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ONE: DRAFT TEST ONE REVIEW Suggestions for studying for the test: Review your chapter notes, the 4 quizzes, and your Liberty Journal entries. Go through each PowerPoint (linked to the NEWS). Make scratch outlines of the possible essay questions Test: 20 short answer (20 points); 3 short essays out of a choice of 5 of the 8 below. You may bring a 3x5 card handwritten on both sides. Chapter Ch 16: Gilded Age 1877-1890 Details Little Bighorn Chief Joseph Sitting Bull Dawes Act Wounded Knee Haymarket Affair Great Railroad Strike Possible Essay Questions What factors enabled the United States to become an industrial power after the Civil War. What were some of the significant results of this industrial revolution? Sitting Bull stated, "The life my people want is a life of freedom." Describe what freedom meant to the Indians and how that conflicted with the interests and values of most white Americans. What steps did the government take to "civilize" Indians? By 1900, who was entitled to fully enjoy the blessings of American liberty? Be sure include to in your answer blacks, women, labor, immigrants, and colonial subjects. What were the various reasons given at the time for US participation in the Spanish American War? Which (if any) of these reasons justified our actions? Ch 17: Freedom's Boundaries at Home and Abroad 1890-1900 Ch 18: Progressive Era 1900-1916 Booker T Washington Chinese Exclusion Act Homestead Strike Plessy v Ferguson Spanish-American War Philippine War Ch 19 WWI 1916-1919 Jane Addams Describe three of the most significant reform efforts of the Charlotte Perkins Progressive Era. How effective were these efforts? Gilman Theodore Roosevelt How does the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire illustrate the Muckrakers problems Progressive Reformers were trying to solve. Did Triangle Shirtwaist events such as this one contribute to reform? Company fire 16th, 17th Amendments Espionage Act, Red How and why did the US get involved in WWI? Scare, NAACP, Zimmerman Note, Why was 1919 such a watershed year in the United States? Eugene V. Debs, Great Migration, Steel Strike, WEB du Bois

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