1. How did women's temperance organizations campaign against alcohol consumption in the
Armed with Bibles, they marched on saloons and refused to leave.
2. What invention revolutionized American urban life at the end of the nineteenth century and
1. Which of the following terms was used to refer to women who worked in the clerical field in the
late 19th cen?
2. What percentage of American homes in cities in the late nineteenth century
employed live-in domestic help?
15 - 30%
3. By th
1. How did the Dawes Allotment Act try to transform Native American life in the
The law sought to turn Indians into land-owning farm families.
2. What did Henry Miller and Charles Lux do to recruit laborers to work on their
1. In the debate over the Treaty of Paris in 1898, who believed that foreign
acquisitions would distract the nation from problems at home?
William Jennings Bryan
2. Watson rallied two thousand gun-toting Populists to the defense of a black
The Market Revolution
The Erie Canal
A New Economy
Roads and Steamboats
Improvements in transportation lowered costs and
linked farmers to markets.
Toll roads did little to help the economy.
Improved water transportation most dramatically
increased the sp
Securing The Republic
Liberty and Washington, painted
by an unknown artist around
1800, depicts a female figure of
liberty placing a wreath on a
bust of the first president. She
carries an American flag and
stands on a royal crown, which
The Age of Reform, 1820-1840
The Reform Impulse
Voluntary organizations: churches, political clubs,
Thomas More's Utopia
About 100 reform communities were established
in the decades before the Civil War.
Nearly all the
Forging a New Nation
Culture and Society in
Ezra Stiles, the president of Yale College, drew this sketch of a flag in his
diary on April 24, 1783, shortly after Congress ratified the Treaty of Paris.
The Dream o
Democracy in America 1815-1840
The Triumph of Democracy
Property and Democracy
Market revolution, territorial expansion, political
Property requirements for voting were eliminated
The Dorr War
Rhode Island was an exception.
England and the New World
in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries
England and the New World
In 1497 John Cabot was the first European since the
Vikings to explore North America.
Cabot was an Italian explorer under the commission
of Henry VII of England
The American War of Independence 17631783
Pulling Down the Statue of George III at Bowling Green in Lower Manhattan
[in 1776 by the Sons of Liberty], oil painting by William Walcutt, 1857
The Crisis Begins
Consolidating the Empire
Prior to the Seven Years
English North America
The Expansion of Englands Empire
The Mercantilist System
England attempted to regulate its economy
to ensure wealth and national power.
Commerce was the foundation of
empire, not territorial plunder.
The English Navigation
Towards a New
America under the
Articles of Confederation
The Articles of Confederation
The first written constitution of the United States,
drafted in 1777, ratified 1781
Balance national coordination for the war with fear of
and the Struggle
for Empire in the
Newspaper Advertisement from the 1780s
Slavery and Empire
The Triangular Trades
A series of triangular trade routes
crisscrossed the Atlantic.
Colonial merchants all profited from the
History 20 (Extra Credit)
8 December 2014
History Exam 1
Follow this instruction thoroughly:
1. Answer 3 (three) of the 7 (seven) questions given below.
2. Use evidence and also research informati
Gingerbread Wishes and Candy(land) Dreams: The Lure of Food in Cautionary Tales of
Author(s): Susan Honeyman
Source: Marvels & Tales, Vol. 21, No. 2 (2007), pp. 195-215
Published by: Wayne State University Press
Stable URL: http:/www.jstor.org/
Embedded question drill (indirect questions)
In this activtiy, groups of learners work together doing transformation drills (changing direct questions
into embedded ones). The motivational factor is that once learners are happy with their
Biology 1 # 61845
Room LSB 112
Instructor: Thach-Vu Ho
Email: [email protected]
Student Learning Objectives (SLOs)
On completion of this course, students will be able to:
Make the distinction between an organism's habitat and its
History 21: US History Since the Civil War
Final Exam Study Guide
For the Final Exam please bring a large format exam book. Do not write your name on the
green book cover and do not write anything inside of it. You will have 75 minutes to compl
ESL 201: Essay 2
Essay 2 at a Glance
In Essay 2, we will continue applying the concepts from a text to our personal experience. Like we did in Essay 1, we will
continue to work on carefully reading and understanding the texts, choosing strong
Exam 3 Study Guide
1. What is a Hamiltonian Graph?
2. What is a Eulerian Graph?
3. What is a Star Graph?
4. What is a Cycle Graph?
5. What is a Wheel Graph?
6. What is a Complete Graph?
7. What is a BiPartite Graph?
8. What is a Complete BiPartite Graph?
ESL 370 EDITING LOG
EXAMPLES FROM MY WRITING
Which came from
My eyes run over with te
Reading Response Paper Due Via TurnItIn: 11/30 by midnight
This election season has been very tense and I have heard many people talk about how they have never
seen anything like this before. The media has highlighted extreme levels of viole
By now, you should have read the writing guides, including "Compare and Contrast." Also, you
should have finished reading the assigned essays by Howard Zinn, Alfred Crosby, Jr., and
Charles Mann. Each essay makes an argument about the significance of Colu
As discussed in the previous Learning Units, primary sources are the foundation upon
which we build our historical understanding. These documents give us a first-hand account
of distant times, places, and peoples. This week, you were asked to read two suc
Having read Ronald Takaki's essay "The Tempest in the Wilderness" and the assigned Writing
Guides, please post a brief statement (2-3 paragraphs in length) which does ALL of the
following:  identifies the thesis statement of Takaki's essay,  briefly
In his essay - "The Great National Discussion" - Professor Issac Kramnick discusses the
concepts of "liberalism," "virtuous republicanism," and "the language of power and the state," as
well as their role in the political debates of the 1780's. If these c