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Exam I Study Guide In order to fully answer the identifications, you need to address: who, what, where, when, and the significance. The “when” needs to be a general date. The “where” can be regional, but it needs to be specific when called for. For example, Haymarket Square is in Chicago. The “who” can be a group of people affected or in charge or it can be an individual. The “what” will be the more straightforward definition, and the “significance” will be just that, “why is this important to the study of history.” Think in broad terms on this one. Each identification is worth five points. So, you will lose one point for each aspect of the “who, what, where, when, significance” equation that goes unanswered. Good luck. Black Codes Andrew Johnson Civil Rights Act (1866) 13th Amendment 14th Amendment 15th Amendment Ku Klux Klan Radical Republicans Compromise of 1877 Sharecropping Birth of a Nation Coca-Cola Andrew Carnegie John D. Rockefeller Standard Oil Gospel of Wealth Taylorism
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Unformatted text preview: Vertical Integration Horizontal Integration Lynching Homestead Act of 1862 Mormon migration Range Wars Frederick Jackson Turner Wounded Knee The Dawes Act Chinese Exclusion Act Knights of Labor American Federation of Labor Haymarket Square August Spies Anarchism Homestead Strike of 1892 George Pullman William M. Tweed Populism Plessy v. Ferguson Spanish American War The Maine Anti-Imperialist League Platt Amendment The Philippine War Booker T. Washington W.E.B. Du Bois Lewis Hine Muckraker Social Gospel Henry Ford Hull House Boston Marriages National American Woman Suffrage Association 16 th Amendment 17 th Amendment 18 th Amendment 19th Amendment Robert M. LaFollette Margaret Sanger Theodore Roosevelt Triangle Shirtwaist Fire National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) Womens Christian Temperance Union (WCTU) Sot Party of America Industrial Workers of the World John Muir Conservation Preservation Child Labor Gifford Pinchot Howard Zinn...
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