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HIS Final Exam1.Identify the following, mentioning their role or contributions to U.S. HistoryA. Carpetbaggers:After Civil War, these Carpetbaggers- whom many in the South viewed asopportunists looking to exploit and profit from the region’s misfortunes- supportedThe Republican Party, and would play a central role in shaping new southerngovernment during Reconstruction.B.Indentured Servants:Indentured servants were the original backbone of the economy in thecolonies. And makes many people immigrated to the United States.C.Steven Foster:Stephen Foster contribution to American music is very important because hecombined classical music with what could best be termed as circus music. Theresult was a distinct style that captured the spirit of pre-Civil War America. Hewas also one of the first professionals to teach musicians not to mock the slavesbut to show compassion for them.D.Clara Barton:She is a high school teacher before, she created the American Red Cross, became afamous battlefield "angel". The American civil war broke out, Wilson organized aagency, for the injured federal soldiers distributing relief supplies, she is a fearlessnurse, under chip war smoke transport food and bandages for the wounded. In 1882,she successfully led the United States in dealing with the treatment about victims ofwar and captive of the Geneva agreement signed.E.Marquis de Lafayette:He was the French general helping the American Revolution army fightingagainst the British. He arrived and was helping the Americans before France wasofficially involved in the conflict and ended up being the main French general forthere troops once they arrived.F.Chief Tecumseh:If Tecumseh's idea of organizing the various Indian tribes to resist whitesettlement had succeeded, it would have seriously changed the course of Americanhistory. His political skills and charismatic leadership made him a revered figure.G.Alexander Hamilton:Alexander Hamilton was a talented political figure in American history, buthe was prevented from achieving widespread recognition because of anoverbearing nature and an inability to relate to the concerns of the common man.His views on the issues of favoring federal authority over the States rights, now
firmly established, are still argued today.H.Thomas Paine:Thomas Paine crystallized isolationist notions in his work Common Sense, whichpresents numerous arguments for shunning alliances. Paine's tract exerted so much