Chapter 14: A new Industrial Age
During the period from the Civil War to World War I, the United States underwent an economic
transformation that involved the development of an industrial economy, the expansion of big
business, the growth of
Chapter 17: The Progressive Era
The period from Reconstruction through the early twentieth century was a time of contradictions
for many Americans. Agricultural expansion was accomplished through wars against the Plains
Indians, leading t
Chapter 18: America Claims an Empire
Many twentieth-century American foreign policy issues have their origins in Americas
emergence as a world power at the end of the nineteenth century. Americas intervention in
World War I ensured her ro
Chapter 23: The New Deal
The New Deal permanently altered the role of American government in the economy. It also fostered
changes in peoples attitudes toward governments responsibilities. Organized labor acquired new rights,
as the New D
Chapter 20/21: The Roaring Twenties
Popular culture reflected the prosperity of the era.
Mass media and communications
Radio: Broadcast jazz and Fireside Chats
Movies: Provided escape from Depression-era realities
Newspapers and magazines:
Chapter 16: Like at the Turn of the 20th Century
Laws limited freedoms for African Americans.
After reconstruction, many Southern state governments passed Jim Crow laws forcing separation of
the races in public places.
Chapter 19: The First World War
While American entry into World War I ensured Allied victory, the failure to conclude a
lasting peace left a bitter legacy.
United States involvement in World War I
The war began in Europe in 1914 when Ger
Chapter 28: Kennedy & Johnson: Cold War
American military forces during the Cold War
President Kennedy pledged in his inaugural address that the United States would pay any price, bear any
burden, meet any hardship, support any friend, oppos
Chapter 22: The Great Depression
The United States emerged from World War I as a global power. The stock market boom and
optimism of the 1920s were generated by investments made with borrowed money. When
businesses failed, the stocks
Chapter 29: Civil Rights
Brown v. Board of Education
Supreme Court decision that segregated schools are unequal and must desegregate
Included Virginia case
Thurgood Marshall: NAACP Legal Defense Team
Oliver Hill: NAACP Legal De
Chapter 26: The Cold War
Choose the letter of the best answer.
_a_ 1. The Industrial Revolution in the United States involved all of the following except
A. a steadily growing slave trade in the South.
B. the construction of textile factories in New England.
C. the introduction o
If the statement is true, write "true" on the line. If it is false, change the underlined word
or words to make it true.
_T_ 1. The religious movement that swept the nation shortly after 1790 is known as
_F_ 2. During this move
e. steel plow
j. National Road
n. mechanical reaper
g. John Deere
k. market revolution
o. Samuel F. B. Morse
d. capitalism h. entrepreneur l. Cyrus McCormick
_o_ 1. Who im
i. Central Powers
m. Archduke Franz Ferdinand
j. no mans land
n. Emperor Wilhelm II
k. Woodrow Wilson
h. trench warfare
l. Zimmermann note
_m_ 1. His assassination
_c_ 1. The people of this culture, who entered the Valley of Mexico in the 1200s, built great cities or
ceremonial centers similar to those of the Maya and the I
Last free one
_d_ 1. The Wilmot Proviso proposed that slavery should be banned from
a. California only.
b. the entire nation.
c. the District of Columbia.
d. all of the territories won from Mexico.
_d_ 2. Why were threats of secession feared?
a. People be
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12 years a slave
It was about a black man that is tricked into slavery. When he is being sold a woman is
split up from her daughter and son and the man who was selling her could have cared less which
_g_ 1. He claimed Florida for Spain.
F. Hernndo Corts
G. Juan Ponce de Len
_b_ 2. These people are of mixed Spanish-Indian ancestry.
_f_ 3. He led the Spanish explorers who conquered the
D. salutary neglect
E. balance of trade
F. Sir Edmund Andros
G. Glorious Revolution
C. Navigation Acts
H. Dominion of New England
_B,E_ 1. According to the theory of _, a nation could increase its wealth and power by obtainin
A. black codes
E. Wade-Davis Bill
F. Andrew Johnson
J. Radical Republicans
C. Civil Rights Act
G. Thaddeus Stevens
K. Fourteenth Amendment
D. Ulysses S. Grant
H. Reconstruction Act
_F,B_1. In 1
A. Stamp Act
D. Samuel Adams
G. Boston Tea Party
B. martial law
E. Intolerable Acts
H. Boston Massacre
C. King George III F. Townshend Acts
I. committees of correspondence
_A_1. In 1765, Parliament passes the _, requiring colonists to pay a direct tax on
_A_ 1. The Judiciary Act of 1789
A. appointed the first Chief Justice.
B. created federal circuit and federal district courts.
C. helped federal laws remain "the supreme Law of the Land."
D. provided for the number of justices to make up the Supreme Court
A. Sitting Bull
E. Great Plains
I. Sand Creek Massacre
B. Red Cloud
F. Ghost Dance
J. Battle of Wounded Knee
C. Dawes Act
G. Chisholm Trail
H. George A. Custer
K. William J. Fetterman
_E_ 1. This is the vast grassland extending through the
_B_ 1. A republic is a government in which
A. citizens rule directly.
B. citizens rule through their elected representatives.
C. supreme power rests with a national government.
_B_ 2. Republicanism is the idea that
A. a strong national government should h
a. Ellis Island c. Angel Island e. Chinese Exclusion Act
b. melting pot d. nativism f. Gentlemens Agreement
_e_ 1. Which term is the name of a restriction on immigration passed by
_f_ 2. Which term refers to an agreement that limited the immigra