Gilded Age Study Guide
1. Define imperialism.
2. List and describe four factors for imperialism.
3. List examples of how imperialism affected U.S. Foreign Policy.
4. List and describe three anti-imperialist arguments.
5. List and describe tw
Civil War Events Study Guide
1. What was significant about the First Battle of Bull Run?
2. List the Northern advantages and Southern advantages.
3. Where were the majority of Civil War Generals trained?
4. Describe the Northern war strategy
World War I, Populism, Red Scare Study Guide
What was the immediate cause of WWI?
Who assassinated the Archduke and why?
What were the four main causes of WWI?
How did imperialism and militarism help lead to WWI?
How did natio
Chapter 12 and 13 Study Guide
The Great Depression
What happened on Black Tuesday?
Explain what a business cycle is.
List and describe the three underlying causes of the depression.
What were Hoovervilles?
What caused the Dust Bowl?
Early Civil Rights Post Reconstruction
US/AZ History Study Guide
Why were immigrants coming to America in the late 1800s?
Where did the majority of immigrants enter America?
Why did many immigrants live in ghettos?
By looking at the chart, wha
Events of the American Revolution Study Guide
Describe the Battles of Lexington and Concord, the shot heard around the world.
Describe the Battle of Bunker Hill.
What is a casualty?
Who became the commanding general of the Patriot
The Roaring Twenties Study Guide
Whats a consumer economy?
What changed in advertising during the 1920s?
Whats the assembly line?
What sectors of America suffered because of the Industrial boom?
What is a flapper?
Why did s
Westward Expansion Study Guide
1. What did Americans want schools to teach? List examples of those.
2. In 1780, how many people lived in how many states? How about 1830?
3. Describe a mobile society.
4. What was the Second Great Awakening an