Almost everyone had guns.
However, most of the guns used in crime were illegal
The Spoils System
o = Political Patronage
government offices given to political supporters
o Jackson listened to his friends too much. The fr
C. Analyze the reasons for the Anti-federalists opposition to ratifying the Constitution.
After the meetings in Mount Vernon and Annapolis, the founding fathers of America
realized the need to modify the Articles of Confederation for a completely new Cons
Factories were run 24/7 to produce necessary goods for war
New Deal retoric was gone
Every part of the nation benefitted
Higgins boat- Higgins industry in New Orleans
Prefabricated- parts of an item that are manufactured in adv
pg.656-661 The road to war/ diplomacy in a dangerous world/ roosevelt and isolationism
When Hoover became president, the world seemed stable and prosperous
Hoover didnt want to change the foreign policy
Depression strengthened resolve to focus on domes
The role of the federal government was forever changed by FDR with the New Deal program
used in combating the depression. Examine factors which originated during this time period
that influence us in our lives today as the debate on the size and role of t
UNITED STATES HISTORY
SECOND SEMESTER FINAL REVIEW GUIDE
McKinley, Spanish American War and Imperialism
President Theodore Roosevelt
Roosevelt Corollary Carry a Big Stick
President Howard Taft
Roaring Twenties/ Cultural Demographic
Movies, radio, cars, media helped to homogenize
Homogenize- make something uniform throughout
Expatriate- A person who takes up long-term residence in a foreign country
Allowed America to spread uniformity
Map—Europe after World War I
Identify the locations on the map above by matching the correct letter to the item in the list below. Use
the map on p. 579 in the text Making America
Alsace-Lorraine - E
Polish Corridor 7- F
Baltic Sea — 6
Estonia —~ H
Study Guide : Unit 1 Three Worlds Meet
The multiple choice questions are from textbook material.
In addition study the following:
Gulf of Mexico
1. Identify the year and the main purpose of the Monroe Doctrine.
a. The Monroe Doctrine was a doctrine drawn up by President James Monroe regarding
the actions to be taken if any European country attempted to colonize and/or enslave
the peoples of any No
Map-Spanish American War
Identify the locations on the map above by matching the correct letter to the item in the list below
San Juan Hill (C)
Puerto Rico (F)
Identify the location
1. What restrictions did the Platt Amendment place on Cuba?
a. The Platt Amendment forbade Cuba from entering any alliance with another country
that could potentially harm Cuba or its assets.
2. What rights did the United States assert over Cuba in the am
The United States in the 1930s
Using the above map and Map 22.1 (The Great Depression and Unemployment) in Making
America, answer the following questions:
1. Which state contained the Dust Bowl? Oklahoma (F)
2. Migrants from the Dust Bowl moved to this st
Federal Reserve Districts and Banks, 1913
The Federal Reserve Act of 1913 divided the country into twelve Federal Reserve
Districts. Each district had a central Federal Reserve Bank from which member banks
could borrow money.
Using the map above, answer t
Fill in the map of the United States in 1830 by completing the following:
Using Map 10.3 Election of 1828, label the states and territories which existed during this time period.
Using Map 10.4 Indian Removal, label the original loca
The United States in 1804
Use p. 198 Map 8.2 Louisiana Purchase and Lewis and Clark Expedition
Key and color to the map represented in the text:
States (as of 1804)
British and Spanish Possessions
Label the new states in the union at 1804 (4 n
The United States and Manifest Destiny
Locate the date for each of the following acquisitions and arrange in chronological order. Then fill out the key in chronological
order and color the map based on research in your text or online:
Boundary of the Unit
Color, as indicated, the following European colonial powers in the New World according to the map 2.1 (p. 35)
Label in black ink
Scan and upload the
A well-structured paragraph should open with a topic sentence (claim) which set ups the reader
for the content to come within the paragraph. Then specific content (evidence) to support the
answer is necessary alon
Top: Papers title
No page number on title page
Last Name page# top right corner
Last Name page# on each page after title page
Times New Roman
Question 1: Define archeology and explain what an archeologist does.
1. Archaeology is the study of human history through the recovery of artifacts and other remnants
of ancient civilizations. An archaeologist uses his skills and specialized tools to unco
Examine body paragraphs (not necessary to be formulaic but components
should be in each body paragraph)
(Claim explicit to thesis)
List Evidence CITE 1. (
(Warrant explicit to th
The decline of the values this country was founded on has long been in the making. The creation
and acceptance of such immoral attractions as that of adult films has pervaded even the highest level
of polite (upper-class) society. It is
1: What was the overall outcome of the ruling?
Although the case was directed toward Schechter - a small poultry corporation - and the charges
brought to the Supreme Court were explicitly directed toward Schechter, the Court used the case as
a base for
1: Summarize Woody Guthries perception, or view, of the Great Depression.
Guthrie takes a more light-hearted approach to the Great Depression by poking fun at the
government and the bit about the car flying halfway round the world. Im sure it was the ar
1. Do newspaper accounts from September and October 2008 draw comparisons to the events of
- The CNN money article that I found:
- This article says that the 2008 Recession was the worst sin
U.S. Involvement in Latin America in the 1900s:
Spain cedes Puerto Rico to the U.S. in the aftermath of the Spanish-American War
The Platt Amendment is implemented on Cuba
U.S. obtains land needed to construct the Panama Canal
1. What did the Kellogg-Briand Pact outlaw?
- The Kellogg-Briand Pact outlawed the use of war as a way to settle disputes between
2. What did the pact propose in its place?
- Peaceful negotiations using words not weapons
3. Evaluate the effec
1. What expectations did this congressman have for new immigrants to the United States? Why?
a. He expected them to severe any emotional or political ties they may have toward their
native country, lest they be a threat to the USs sovereignty or security.