His 315L(39090) Dr. T.M. Gill Reading Questions 1) To qualify for citizenship under the Dawes Act, Native Americans had to adopt the habits of civilized life. Assess the meaning and implications of such a standard. As Dawes explained that he was intended
T he Great Migration I. Impact on African Americans a. Despite the Great Migration, most African Americans were still living in t he South. b. Most were still t ied to a system of share cropping and were often evicted f rom land by land owners c. By 1932,
Chapter 4 Review Questions
1. Why did the French succeed with their settlements along the Gulf Coast at the turn of the 18th
century, whereas the Spanish failed?
2. How did slave raiding and warfare reshape Indian identity in the Southeast?
3. How did sla
Chapter 1 Review Questions
1. In what ways did Indian peoples provide for their subsistence before 1492? How did their ways of
attaining food affect gender roles?
2. How did new technologies enable western Europeans to begin exploring and trading in the A
Chapter 2 Review Questions
1. Why did the English renew their attempts at colonization in the late 1500s?
2. How did Spanish successes elsewhere in the Americas influence the exploration and settlement of
Florida and New Mexico? How did Indians oppose the
Chapter 5 Review Questions
1. What groups constituted the bulk of immigrants to British North America during the middle decades
of the 18th century, and why did they come?
2. How did different Indian groups benefit and suffer from the increasing British c
Chapter 3 Review Questions
1. How did disease affect Indian communities during this period?
2. How did the institutionalization of a slave system and the development of racial consciousness
reinforce one another in the Chesapeake?
3. In what ways did the
DOCUMENTAT ANALYSIS OPTION 1, DOUGLASS: 4TH OF JULY
The primary source 1852 Douglass: 4th of July which leads to a speech given by
Frederick Douglass titled What to the Slave is the Fourth of July?1 In this speech we examine
the sentimental v
Forging Tighter Bonds,
CHAPTER 3: FORGING TIGHTER BONDS, 1640-1700
How did religious conflicts throughout the Atlantic
World impact North American societies and politics
in the latter half of the 17th
Colonists on the Margins,
CHAPTER 2: COLONISTS ON THE MARGINS, 1565-1640
How did expanding European settlements and
increased trade reshape Indian life and affect
relations between Indian groups?
BATTLING FOR SOULS,
MINDS, AND THE HEART OF
NORTH AMERICA, 1730-1763
CHAPTER 5: BATTLING FOR SOULS, MINDS, AND
THE HEART OF NORTH AMERICA, 1730-1763
How did the Enlightenment, consumption, and evangelical
ACCELERATING THE PACE OF
CHANGE, c. 1690-1730
CHAPTER 4: ACCELERATING THE PACE OF CHANGE, C. 1690-1730
How did the growth of the North American colonies affect
Indian lives, communities, and identities?
North America Encounters
the Atlantic World
How did environmental conditions and
agriculture influence Indian societies before
How did events and ideas in Europe shape the
What were some of the Populist's specific demands? What groups would have opposed these demands? The first and foremost demand of the populists were to help the farmers be able to enjoy a portion of the economic development and growth, as they were being
Travis Sontag (tes535) September 21, 2010 HIS 315L Reading Questions 1.This means that they would have to abandon any customs which the American government may deem unsuitable for an American citizen, even if it was a custom of their people for ages. Also
HIS 315L US History Since 1865 Fall 2010 Reading Guide: Anne Moody, Coming of Age in Mississippi
Describe Moodys Childhood: - family life - gender relations - financial situation - relationship to whites - experiences with religion Compare the conditions
Lecture 4 Key Points 1. The late 19th century was marked by an increased quest to expand the territory of the US westward across Mississippi River. 2. The West was viewed as a land of opportunity, where a man could recreate/reinvent himself. 3. Expansion
September 9, 2010 The Rise of Big Business and Organized Labor The ending of one frontier the beginning of another? New South Industrialization and increased settlement in Westdemand for more goods, more efficient forms of communication/transportation Inv
Helpsprovidecontextforpapers 50sabout abundance Conformity Culturesofopposition o Oppositiontogenderroles o Oppositiontoracialhierarchy Fruitful¶doxfilleddecade
TheDustBowl: was a period of severe dust storms causing major ecological and
agricultural damage to American and Canadian prairie lands from 1930 to 1936. During the drought of the 1930s, without natural anchors to keep the soil in place, it dried, turned
1)to qualify for citizenship under the Dawes Act, Native Americans had to adopt"the habits of civilized life."Assess the meaning and implications of such a s tandard. 2) According to Turner, in what crucial respect did western states differ from t hose on
His 315L(39090) Dr. T.M. Gill Reading Questions 1) To qualify for citizenship under the Dawes Act, Native Americans had to adopt the habits of civilized life. Assess the meaning and implications of such a standard. As Dawes explained that emphasis on indi
10/26/10 From the Jazz Age to the Great Depression, 1920s and 1930s Terms to refer to the 1920s: Consumerism Titles: Jazz Age (cultural shifts) Second Industrial Revolution The Roaring 20s The New Era Modern
Gives a sense of change when talking about some
HIS 315L US History Since 1865- Fall 2010 Guidelines for Reading Questions Due September 21, 2010 You must submit your original answers for the following questions in Shi and Mayer, eds. For the Record. Your responses must be based on your reading of the
HIS 315L (Fall 2010) United States History since 1865- FINAL EXAMINATION STUDY GUIDE
The final examination is scheduled for TUESDAY DECEMBER 14TH, 2-5pm, in UTC 2.112A Be sure to arrive on time as you will not be given extra time to complete the examinati
The Mexican American War (1846-1848) and the effects.
The Mexican War is also referred to as the Mexican-United States war or
Mexican-American War or the Invasion of Mexico. This was a war between by the
United States and Mexico; it lasted from April