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History 15B—Midterm 1 Study Guide 10 percent plan Wade-Davis Bill Radical Republicans African American Churches (post war) Johnson’s Reconstruction plan Black Codes Ku Klux Klan Congressional Elections of 1866 Freedman’s Bureau Radical Reconstruction Impeachment of Johnson Reconstruction Act of 1867 Land Confiscation Sharecropping and crop-liens 14 th and 15 th Amendments Carpetbaggers Scalawags Grant Scandals The Supreme Court and Reconstruction Redeemers Panic of 1873 Compromise of 1877 The Gilded Age Industrialization Railroads in the Industrial Age John Rockefeller Andrew Carnegie Jay Gould Bessemer process J.P. Morgan Vertical and Horizontal integration Trusts and Holding Companies Social Darwinism Laissez-faire Gospel of Wealth Thomas Edison Patronage and the ‘spoils system’ Tammany Hall James Garfield and Chester Arthur Pendleton Civil Service Act Interstate Commerce Act Sherman Antitrust Act
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Unformatted text preview: Panic of 1893 Grover Cleveland Billion Dollar Congress McKinley Tariff Indian Wars Comstock Lode Boom Towns and cowboys Land fever Homestead Act of 1862 Transcontinental Railroad Homesteaders Chinese Exclusion Act Dawes Act of 1887 Ghost Dance Old Immigrants vs New Immigrants Inner city tenements and suburbs Child labor Women in the industrial work forces Department stores New “Consumerism” Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony National Woman’s Suffrage Association Knights of Labor Samuel Gompers and the A.F.L. Skyscrapers Populist Party Pullman strike of 1893 Homestead strike American Imperialism Alfred Thayer Mahan John Hay The “Open Door Policy” Boxer Rebellion Spanish-American War Yellow Journalism The Maine Theodore Roosevelt and the Rough Riders The Philippine ‘insurrection’...
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