History - I Mormon Trail J Dred Scott’s Decision(1857 M...

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Sarah Johnson HIST 1103.005 Dec.1, 2010 Outline for Final I. What are the different ways of discrimination, and who was it against? Who are the “us” (in “not like us”)? Throughout history there has always been cases of Americans who are different be seen as “not like us.” Within several accounts of people discriminating and being prejudice changed throughout history. II. Colonial and Early National America (1620-1815) B. Rise of slavery-Slavery C. Great migration (puritans) E. The whiskey rebellion (1794) F. Fall of the federalists [political] III. Antebellum America (1815-1861) A. Eli Whitney’s cotton gin (What about slavery?) B. The Missouri Compromise (1820) C. The Tallmadge Amendment (1819) D. Indian Removal-Trail of tears (vision ch.11) E. Education F. Abolition H.Women’s Rights
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Unformatted text preview: I. Mormon Trail J. Dred Scott’s Decision (1857) M. Reaction of election of 1860 IV. Civil War and Reconstruction (1861-1877) A. Civil War B. Union’s victory C. reconstruction D. KKK E. Jim Crow laws F. Indian life and school G. Railroads V. The Progressive Era (1877-1919) A. rise of “populism” B. changing face of industrialism C. Frederick Douglass D. The burgeoning trusts E. Wilson and Roosevelt VI. The Roaring Twenties, the Great Depression, and World War II (1919-1945) A. women and children at work B. women C. the roaring twenties D. great depression E. world war II VII. Post-World War II America (1945-Present) A. The House Un-American Activities Committee (HUAC) B. Berlin Wall C. Emmett Till D. the bus incidents and sit-ins E. Homosexuals F. Women G. Reagan IX. Conclusion (is it still taking place today?)...
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