HIS 233 | History of the United States I
Test 3 Study Guide
Multiple choice questions will come from the following terms and related primary and secondary
(Corresponds, roughly, to chapters 14-21)
Joseph Smith, Jr.
Unit 6 Study Guide
William Garrison- An abolitionist who published a newspaper called the
Liberator, in it he spoke of the horrors of slavery. He explained how it was
wrong through the constitution.
Frederick Douglass- Made many speeches
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Wounded Knee Summary
In 1890 the Sioux tribe was put on a reservations, they were missing their old way of life.
.they found their free-roaming life destroyed, the buffalo gone, themselves confined to
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Effects of Imperialism on East Africa
During the 19th and 20th century imperialism had begun to spread across the globe. This
is where countries used colonies in other continents to improve their econom
Sewards Folly- Seward was the state of secretary that added Alaska to the US. However,
citizens felt it was an icebox and their was no need to purchase it from Russia.
Plessy v Ferguson- Plessy refused to sit in a separate train cart and he took it
Running head: THE GREAT COMMUNICATOR
The Great Communicator
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Born on February 6, 1911, Ronald Reagan was to become the fortieth president of the
United States. Ronald Reagan served from 1981 to 1989. He started out