The Social Gospel
A. Church proclaims gospel for salvation of humankind- improve poor conditions
B. 3rd Awakening
1) Food, clothing, housing, education
2) Child labor legislation
3) Social Justice
4) Taxes on wealthy
The End of Reconstruction
B. Rebuilding the South
a. Questions about problems with readmission of South
1. How would emancipation of now freed slaves occur?
a. 4 mil. Freed men & women of color in North
2. Requirements neede
American History since 1877
What initiates Reform?
o Human Awareness
o Human Curiosity
Nature & Universe can be understood
o The Age of Reason = Scientific method
Aristotle- imperials & reason
Francis Bacon- early scientific method
Immigration, Nativism, Multi-Ethnic
1. Less assimilation
2. South & East Europe (Italy, Ukraine, Poland, Russia)
3. Catholic & Jewish
4. More impoverished industrial
5. 25 mil immigrants (13-80%)
B. Push Pull factors
The Transcontinental System
A. The Acts 1862-1864
1. Pacific RR
2. Federal Land Grant subsidies govt & RR
B. The Central Pacific Railroad
1. East From Sacramento
2. Finding Labor
b) Chinese 70-80% men working
3. The Chinese Worke
Laborers vs. Farmers
Rise of Industrial Corporations
A. National Market
1. Limited Partnership Weaknesses
a) Unlimited liability
b) Limited life
a) Sell stocks & bonds
b) Limited liabili
The Progressive Era- Solving Problems of Society
Who are the Progressives?
B. Middle Class
1. Organize in response to any social (women), political problems
2. Some agitation has happened for deca
Business Philosophy 19th Century
A. Survival of the fittest- society
1. Many industrial leaders viewed themselves in a more positive way than othersbelieved in Social Darwinism (Those who are wealthy better than those who
History 130 (M2FReading Summary
A. most spoke "Mali," a mix of tribal dialects and Portuguese, still common in Africa.
ro-. were Muslims-Islam had many African converts.
History 130 (M2)-Reading Summary I
1. "Archaic Societies"
fE) were those which existed in Asia before the migration to the Americas.
Y *." those that first moved about.they
History 130 (M2)-Reading Summary
Boyer notes in regard to immigration that
A. Jose Antonio Navarro headed up the fust "National Immigration Review."
@ C.rnun and Irish immigrants by far were the most nu.n"rous in the
History V*\@-F.:eadin g S ummary
The woman who early on hid Linda in her house was
A. a white slaveowner.
B. a storekeeper. . . she lives above the store.
Q ."n" is correct-she is half-black and free.
History 130 (M2)-Reading Summary 8
1. Cornwallis was
A. a Georgian-he proved to
be an incredibly
B. a Loyalist-with other patriots, he condemned British "Q/ranny."
@ the British general who surrendered at Yor
History 130 (M2fReading Summary
Regarding "King Cotton," Boyer notes
A. the "boom" clearly was collapsing in the Upper South in the 1850s.
@l) cotton seemed to be on everyone's mind in the South".endless talk of it.
History 130 (M2)-Reading Summary 6
I Discussing "Royal Centralization," Boyer notes the role of
A. the German States (Principalities).
SCharles II and James II.British Kings-actually, brothers.
C. Mary.the "Quaker Princess."
History 130 (M2)-Reading Summary 7
1. This is noted in regard to "The Seven Years' War":
A. the "Quebec Act" was the formal declaration of war by France.
p. colonists never stepped foot on French soil-that
(9) .n"itt "r A n
1. Linda's father was
A. white. a visitor to the plantation.
.no one knows who her father was.
occurs on "New Year's Day':
slaves are given a day off.
B. slaves are siven a week fre
History 130 (2)-Reading Summary 2
1. "Stick Child"
@) ."A" is correct-so does, "Mud Child" and "Grass Child."
C. lives.marries Copper Woman, right?
Quolus comes down to earth and
N. shakes everything up-creates an earthq
'cfw_.lh fffrJ, cfw_*as
History 130 (M2fReading Summary 9
This occurred during Jefferson's presidency:
the Lewis and Clark Expedition.
John Marshall resigned as Chief Justice of the Supreme Court.
@ "i-p."ssmenf '-taxing local government