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History 131: U.S. History since 1877 Quinney — Fall 2010 Midterm Exam Study Guide The Midterm Exam will take place in the classroom on THURS., NOV.4 You will need to bring the following to the exam: 1) GREEN scantron form 2) No. 2 pencil The exam will consist of fifty (50) multiple choice questions and is based on your reading of Roark et al., The American Promise , chapters 16 to 25. It is to your advantage to become familiar with the following historical terms. Alfred Thayer Mahan Andrew Carnegie Andrew Johnson Big Three black codes Black Tuesday Bonus Army March Civilian Conservation Corps Compromise of 1877 court packing Crash of 1929 culture of consumption Dawes Act dollar diplomacy
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Unformatted text preview: “Double V” Campaign Eleanor Roosevelt Emilio Aguinaldo Executive Order 9066 Farmers’ Alliance Fourteen Points Fourteenth Amendment Francis Townsend Freedmen’s Bureau George Creel Harlem Renaissance Jane Addams Knights of Labor Ku Klux Klan Lusitania Manifest Destiny Marcus Garvey National Origins Act of 1924 Neutrality Act of 1937 Nineteenth Amendment Pearl Harbor Pullman Strike Pure Food and Drug Act Roosevelt Corollary Samuel Gompers Selective Service Act sharecropping system Social Security Act Teller Amendment W.E.B. Du Bois William Jennings Bryan Woman’s Christian Temperance Union Works Progress Administration Wounded Knee yellow journalism Zimmerman telegram...
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