Test 3 Textbook Outline

Test 3 Textbook Outline - History 1336 Fall 2010 Exam 3...

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History 1336 Fall 2010 Exam 3 Textbook Outline Chapter 10: Page 160-167 I. The Market Revolution a) The Transportation and Communications Revolution The Turnpike Era The Canal Era The Steamboat Era The Railroad Era The Communications Revolution b) Commercialized Farming Changes in the South Changes in the West The West and Slavery The New England Transition c) Industrialization The Mechanization of Agriculture The Mechanization of Machine Tools Factories d) Social Changes Associated with Market Revolution The Growth of Cities Environmental Costs of the Market Revolution Women and Immigrants in the Labor Force Challenges to the Protestant Consensus Chapter 12 I. Social Life in the Commercial North The Market Revolution Immigration Urbanization a) Life in the Northern Countryside Communal Values Decreased Isolation b) City Life Immigrants Racial and Ethnic Identities Class Consciousness Women and the Middle Class Leisure Free People of Color c) Conclusion II. Social Life in the Cotton South a) Southern White Society
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History 1336 Fall 2010 Exam 3 Textbook Outline The Planters Yeoman Farmers b) The White Defense of Slavery Nat Turner Black Codes A sterner Defense c) Slave Society Work Quarters Community Resistance and Revolt Chapter 13 I. Western Conquest and Development, 1820-1844 a) Texas - US cotton planters brought slaves to Texas - Ignored Mexico’s 1829 abolition of slavery Mexican-American Hostilities - Santa Anna was dictator, Texans rebelled A Victory for Texas… - San Jacinto-Texan victory over Mexico, forced Santa Anna to sign a treaty - Texas created a new constitution, let whites own slaves and prohibited free blacks from immigrating b) California: Ranches and Gold - January 1848 gold was discovered and emigration to California exploded a year later about eighty thousand came to California. Kept going from mine to mien and the towns they created at mines ended up into ghost towns c) Tribal Conflicts Reasons for Conflict - No matter where Americans were going they wanted land that belonged to others. From Mexicans and British to Indians Government Response d) Mountain Men - Men that roamed the Rocky Mountains and various trails carved out by settlers traveling across the harsh landscape. Employed as trappers,
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