What factors or characteristics hindered or prevented a New South from
How did racial segregation work as an instrument of social control?
How did the U.S. governments concentration policy & the passage of the
Dawes Act (1887
1. The party got together an
What factors led to the development of industrial systems in the U.S. in the late
19 century (1877-1900)?
What business strategies & structures did Andrew Carnegie, Gustavus Swift, John
D. Rockefeller, & J.P. Morgan use to turn their companies into
How did towns & cities change demographically (in population) and physically (in
landscape) during the last quarter of the 19th century?
How did class & ethnicity determine life for city dwellers?
1. Towns and cities changed at the end of the 19 th
The violence in Chicago is a fact that we see on the news frequently. It is shown as an example of
why guns need to be controlled more, and as a commentary on the leadership of the city. Both the right
and left of our pol
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Trace: Tennessee Research and Creative
University of Tennessee Honors Thesis Projects
University of Tennessee Honors Program
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and MalcolmX: The
Power and Legacy of Prophetic Dis
Hypothetico-Deductive Logic (Abduction)
Start with a hypothesis and got to the phenomenon to see if they match up, if not alter
hypothesis and repeat until a hypothesis is found the covers all possible outcomes.
I think therefore I a
With all its complexity (the monster?)
The problem is it is no less complicated.
De Revolutionibus (On the Revolutions of the Heavenly Spheres, 1543)
It does explain Retrograde Motion
Copernicus De Revolutionibus (1
Africa and the Atlantic World
1) Africa is rich with diversity and sophistication. Cultural, Political, Economical
2) Contact with the Europeans first started with curiosity then fueled by greed.
1) African Origins:
a) Two main empires: Egy
The Nadir of Race Relations (Part III)
Blacks will seek progress and advancement through education.
Schools will flourish for blacks.
o Mainly church oriented.
HBCUs will flourish; 34
o Abolition of International Slave Trade
o American Colinization Society
o Liberia Founded
o Denmark Vesey Conspiracy
o Freedmans Journal Published in New York
o David Walkers Appeal
o Second Gr
The Nadir of Race Relations (Part II)
Atlanta Too Busy to Hate!
o Newspapers will publish stories of their insolence.
Especially black men raping white women
o This will be used to foster racial division in the working class so they wont unite.
End of the Civil war and start of Reconstruction
o 600,000 Soldiers died
o 50,000 Civilians died
o The nation would need to be reconstructed in a new racial area due to emancipation
o Lincoln calls for heali
The Nadir of Race Relations
The Nadir (Bottom) of Race Relations
a. 1865-1877 mood will move from promise to despair
i. Black Americans will find themselves again pushed to the margins
ii. Share Cropping
iii. Black Codes will limit the new freedoms!
The Civil War
The bloodiest conflict of the United States to date.
The Path to War
All roads lead to slavery EVERY ROAD!
i. Gives a fiery speech against slavery and singles out Andrew Pickens Butler.
ii. He says that Butler had been us
Black Veterans returning from the war would look to enfranchising black Americans again.
o May 1919 The Crisis would articulate the position of Black Veterans.
We return from fighting, and we return Fighting!
We will save democracy here.
Slavery is no Evil
The Proslavery Argument and Entrenchment
The moral and constitutional of abolitionists arguments did not convince everyone.
a. Slavery in the constitution in forms of:
i. 3/5 Compromise
ii. Runaway slave act
Awakening Religious Tensions
Colonial America experienced an uprising in the form of a series of religious revivals
called the Great Awakening.
During this time, established churches began to split, the
importance of education and training of ministers wa
American History since 1865
IDs: IDs should be answered with who/what, when, where, and why it is important. Half of the following list will be on
the exam; you will choose 5 to answer. They are worth 8 points each, 40 points tot
American History since 1865
IDs: IDs should be answered with who/what, when, where, and why it is important. Half of the
following list will be on the exam, you will choose 5 to answer. They are worth 8 points each, 40