Week 1 Review: Struggle for Reconstruction, 1865-1877Ten Percent plan*Black CodesRadical Republicans*King Andrew1866 Civil Rights Bill *14th Amendment15th Amendment*Freedmen’s BureauSharecroppingKu Klux Klan*Compromise of 18771.Who were the Radical Republicans? What were their views, their legislation, and the reasons for their conflict with President Johnson?2.*Why did Reconstruction end? What were the events that led up to its end, and what was the final straw? Why did it ultimately fail—what did the freed blacks get and not get that kept them from findingequal footing after the Civil War? Why?Week 2 Review: The Transformation of the West, 1850-1906*Chief Little BearIndian Appropriations Act*Wounded Knee MassacreHomestead ActBoom and Bust*Cattle DrivesAnnie Oakley*Yellowstone*Frederick Jackson Turner1.*How did the “closing of the frontier” connect to Native American resistance, the disappearance of the buffalo, and the emergence of national parks in the late 1800s?Week 3 Review: Urbanization and Industrialization 1877-1906*Promontory Point, Utah*Andrew CarnegieJohn D. RockefellerMother Jones *Haymarket Square RiotTenement housing*Strange FruitIda B. Wells*Plessy v. Ferguson1.*Why was the railroad so significant in the late nineteenth century? 2.How did immigration change in the years 1870-1900, and how did it affect factories and cities? Week 4 Review : Changing Politics and Imperialism in the 1890s*Billion-Dollar Congress*Mary Elizabeth Lease1893 Depression*Pullman StrikeIsolationism*Queen LiluokalaniYellow JournalismTreaty of Paris, 1898Anti-Imperialist LeagueCarl Schurz*Emilio Aguinaldo1.What was the Populist Party? How did it emerge, and how did it effect elections?