Describe how the war boom strained city resources and increased tensions (Education, Housing,
The migration of newcomers to Richmond caused problems in public interaction,
education, transportation, and housing. Whites resented newcom
1. Los Angeles
2. vigilantism in SF
3. looted foreign
settlements, killed latinos,
held drunken parades,
were suppressed by
the law and order
party, and bullied
4. Mexicans and other
5. Lax and vague
6. Inviolably respect
Lecture 2a images and native cultures
California dream- dream-universally attractive, growth, diversity,-there is no majority
group in california, challenge-given growth how will we provide services for the
population, opportunity, freedom, being on cutti
In California History, we studied Native Californians (Native Americans). Myth v. reality: realities diverse.
Who makes the image of people? Other people create an image. Why do people create images of other people?
Power, insecurities, self-worth, self-d
Explain the difference b/t the treatment of CA Indians while under Spanish, Mexican, and U.S.
domination. What caused such death & destruction?
Under Spanish rule, the Indians were forced into missions, where men & women were
separated until married. The
13. in California most migratory agricultural workers have been:
' a. Members of the l.W.W.
b. Unemployed whites from the cities.
c. Whites from the cities seeking higher wages.
d. Alien and non-white.
14.The Hetch Hetchy project was undertaken to supply
Mr. Masella Unit ll Exam History -1 24
1. The title for the novel comes from a line in:
. Voltaires, Candide
Miltons, Paradise Lost
Rousseaus, The Social Contract
Kroebers, lshi in the World
2. The strike in In Dubious Battle takes place in:
27. Most of the Japanese Americans evacuated to relocation centers were
a. Enemy aliens.
b. American citizens.
c. lssei Japanese.
d. Aliens ineligible for naturalization.
28. In the early 1900s, the nations leading center of the open shop was.
36.The number of Spanish missions ultimately established California was:
second Anza expedition resulted in the founding of:
a. San Francisco
d. San Diego
38. Los Angeles was originally established in 1
1. The first Californian committee of vigilante emerged in.
2. Which group was in the vanguard of most anti-Chinese sentiment in SF
The Irish Americans
3. According to textbook most of anti-Chinese feeling in 1870s was.
History 124 FINAL EXAM
1. The Mexican system of land title in CA was LAX and vague.
2. Earliest discrimination by CA from the US against foreigners was directed mainly
at the Mexicans and other Spanish speaking CA
3. The hounds of SF, what did they do and
Extra credit: Why does Isenberg say that the dilemmas behind logging were a lot like the
dilemmas behind gold mining?
Like gold country, the redwood belt was rich in natural resources, but poor in capital.
Both timber & hydraulic mining companies confront
History 124 Test 2 Review Questions & Answers
Chapter: 10, 11, 13, 15, 16,18, 19, 20, 23, 24 25, 27, 29, 31,
There will be no essays
1. Q: The first CA committee of vigilance emerged where? A: LA
2. Q: Sam Branen insti
What, says Isenberg, was the main cause of the Modoc war? What does race & culture have to
do w/ the tensions?
Isenberg says that the process of enclosure was the main cause for the Modoc war. The
process of enclosure caused ecological change; in addition
1. According to the textbook California: An Interpretive History, the
reaction in California politics to the disaster of the great depression was
slow, confused, and ineffectual
2.Dr. Francis E. Towsend
advocated a monthly govern
3. During the 1930s, lead
The Indians of California
A. made virtually no attempt to explain the origins of California.
B. developed a wide variety of creation stories.
C. produced a state-wide consensus on the origins of California.
D. failed to recognize the unlikelihoo
1.Why was the united states interested in acquiring california in the 1830s and 1840s?
During the early 1840s, which of the following showed an interest in acquiring
A. Great Britain
B. the United States
D. all of the above
Tu/Th California History, 2 May 2017
How does Shlain describe life in the Haight, negatively or positively? Who ran it all?
Shlain describes life in the Haight in a very positive way. He uses positive adjectives like vibrant,
unique, and celebration
Tu/Th California History, 9 May 2017
Does Shlain feel that the Summer of Love was truly idyllic? How did the media portray this event? What
effect did the media have on this event, if any?
Shlain felt as though the Summer of Love not truly idyllic -
Tu/Th California History, 16 May 2017
Does Shlain respect Nixon? How can you tell? How did Nixon feel about drugs and youth
culture? How does Nixon fit into the overall atmosphere of the 1960s?
According to the reading, it can be inferred that Shlain
Tu/Th California History, 14 February
How does Isenberg compare and contrast placer and. hydraulic mining? Does he favor one
over the other? Were there environmental costs of hydraulic mining?
According to Isenberg, placer mining and hydraulic mining
Tu/Th California History, 21 March 2016
Think about the history of California that we have discussed so far in class. Using this
knowledge and the statistics on suicide that you have found, explain why California would have
one of THE highest suicide
Tu/Th California History, 31 January
How much do you think is true of Ishi?
What does Bruce Bower believe?
I believe that of the little that scientists and archaeologists know about Ishi, little of
it may be true while most is false. Bruce Bower beli
Tu/Th California History, 7 March
Discuss the history of the Redwood industry: waste, injuries, technology, type of laborers, wages.
Out of all this, what did you find the most shocking? Why?
During the gold rush period, many prospectors lost hope af
Who would you say was behind the extermination of the Yahi? Was it one group in particular?
How and why was it done?
Because they introduced foreign diseases which caused the initial destruction of the Yahi,
the Spanish are responsible for starting the co
Tu/Th California History, 11 April 2016
What surprised you most about migrant women who came to the Bay Area? In what way can you
identify with the experience?
The thing that surprised me most about the migrant women who came to the Bay Area
Tu/Th California History, 18 April 2016
Compare and contrast the migrant new timers with the resident old timers; who do you
identify with the most?
According to Lemke, old timer residents were the residents who had lived in the East Bay
before the p
43.The likely source of the name California was:
/ a. A legend of the Miwok Indians
b. The writings of Marco Polo
c. Montalvos Sergas de Explandian
d. A journal of the Cabrillo expedition
44.The essential motive behind Vizcainos expedition of 1602 was the
History 124 Test 1 Notes 6/28
Test thursday (7/6)
review chapters 1-9
I Q: What is the highest point in CA?
A: Mount Whitney
Mt \ lid/171M .
2 Q: What is the ost productive agriculture r