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Thirteenth Amendment- no more slaveryAndrew CarnegieAmerican Federation of Labor (AFL)assimilationbarbed wirebonanza farmsbuffaloChinese Exclusionary ActDawes Actethnic neighborhoodsHoratio Algerhorizontal integrationGhost DanceGilded AgeGospel of Wealth
Great PlainsHomestead ActIndian Peace Commissionindustrializationleisure activitiesMassacre at Wounded Kneemonopoliespull factors of immigrationpush factors of immigration"rags to riches"scientific managementskilled versus unskilled laborsocial Darwinismsod bustingTammany Hall and Boss Tweedtenementstranscontinental railroadvertical integration
Be prepared to discuss the problems that faced the North and the South following the end of the Civil War, how these problems were addressed, and how the solutions chosenaffected the rest of the country.Be prepared to discuss the settling of the West, the problems settlers faced, the solutions they used to solve those problems, and the affect that problems in the rest of the country had on the West.