Unit 4: The First American Industrial Revolution, 1790-1840
1.a. Americans would object the early British factory system due to the fact that the conditions
for the common worker were unsatisfactory. Ranging from unsatisfactory co
Concept of God
An agreement with
God created people
god to live by his will,
allowed for everyone,
which will grant them
God was open to all.,
Unit 6 Stand UP, Stand Up For Your Rights
1. Poor Safety Standards
2. Use of Child Labor
3. 10 hour day/6 days per week
4. Easily fired or replaced
5. Unequal pay(gender)
6. Few holidays/paid vacations
1.Job Security (i.e.
Unit 7 World War I and Free Speech
02. Charles T. Schenck Court Case
Charles T. Schenck was arrested for sending out 15,000 anti draft leaflets to discourage young
men from joining the war effort. Alongside ot
Determine Point of View
The declaration of Independence was found on the principle that King George III was unjust and
mistreating them. The colonist justify their actions by listing out the complains/pro
1.a The characteristics of the American nation determine its future and its ability to not repeat
the past, meaning it never tried to oppress their people and fought for equality. If they continue to
In the midst of the 19th century American society drastically needed change. This need
was met and answered by the Second Great Awakening, in this intellectual movement many
aspects of everyday life was questione
America and the Great War
Why did Woodrow Wilson involve the United States in Mexicos affairs?
What were the causes of WW1 in Europe?
Why did the US enter the Great War in Europe?
How did Wilson promote his peace plan?
Why did the US
New Frontiers: Politics and Social Change in the 1960s
What were the goals of John F. Kennedys New Frontier program, and how successful
What was the aim of Lyndon Johnson's Great Society program, and how successful
attempts to solve the
issue of slavery
parties with different
platforms that had
on slavery that
further divided the
Was the United States Justified in Going to War with Mexico?
United States WAS justified
(Doc A) The point of view of this doc is that John
O'Sullivan thinks it is time for the opposition of the
annexation of Texas to stop. He reasons
Government SHOULD limit rights
Government SHOULD NOT limit rights
Peacetime Conscription - America's
first peacetime DRAFT was initiatedprovision was made for training 1.2
million troops and 800,000 reserves
this was good for the
Use Breakfast in Virginia (pp. 46) to answer questions 111.
What is one difference between Corporal Ellis
and Corporal Williams?
Corporal Williams is black, and Corporal
Ellis is white.
Corporal Williams is from the South, and
Corporal Ellis is fr
Read the two selections and the viewing and representing piece. Then answer the questions
Breakfast in Virginia
by Langston Hughes
Breakfast in Virginia, written by the African American author Langston Hughes, takes place in the Un
Crystal Night, cont. from page 2
spent the night, wandering around in a
daze or sitting on the tombstones of my
At daybreak we returned to the park,
where we had a perfect view of our home
through the leafless trees. It had not
The Delano Courier-Times
Breaking the Fast
March 10, 1968Delano, CASenator Robert Kennedy (left) breaks bread with Union Leader Csar Chvez
as Chvez ends a 23-day fast in support of nonviolence in the strike against grape growers. The s
Crystal Night, cont. from page 1
that was to carry such enormous
consequences. In Paris, an enraged Polish
Jew shot and killed an employee of the
German embassy when he learned that his
parents had been deported from Germany
back to Poland.
The Crystal Night
by Lore Metzger
When Adolf Hitler became chancellor
of Germany in January 1933, I had just
celebrated my twelfth birthday. I was a
student in the all-girl high school of
Landau, Rhineland-Palatinate. My
thoughts and hobbies were typica
Thank you, sir, said Corporal Ellis, this is kind of
you. I am Corporal Ellis. This is Corporal Williams.
The elderly man rose, gave his name, shook hands with
the two colored soldiers, and the three of them sat down at
the table. The young men faced
I will have the porter bring a table, he said. Then he
went on with the conversation just as if nothing had
happened. He told them of recent letters from his son
overseas, and of his pride in all the men in the military
services who were giving up the
Crystal Night, cont. from page 3
believe my eyes when we stepped into the
warmly lit foyer. It was difficult to
comprehend that such things as unbroken
furniture still existed. The dining room
table was set, awaiting us, and on it was
the most beautiful
Read the following dictionary entry.
service \ sr-vs\ n 1. a meeting for
worship 2. one of a nations military forces
3. a contribution to the welfare of others
4. a building providing maintenance and
Which definition best matches the way the
Which of these best conveys the reality of Jim
I can eat without butter, said the
They took turns sleeping for a few hours.
You boys cant sit here.
For the first time his eyes met those of his
The author uses sen
Evaluate the extent to which Andrew Jackson aided in the development of democracy.
DID aid in the development of
(Doc 1) In the beginning, 9 out of 12
states elected government officials. In
1836, only 1 state had the legislator
Through the Picture Window: Society and Culture, 1945-1960
Why did the US economy grow rapidly in the postwar period?
To what extent was conformity the main characteristic of society in the 1950s?
What was the image of the family in th
Civil Rights and Liberties during Times of War
Directions: Make sure that you include evidence AND use this evidence to develop an analytical argument. When you turn in your
graphic organizer, please attach your bibliography.
During times of war and crisi
THE SECOND WORLD WAR
What effect did World War II have on American society?
How did the Allied forces win the war in Europe?
How did the US gain the upper hand in the Pacific sphere?
What efforts did the Allies make to shape the postw
The Dynamics of Growth:
How did the explosive growth of industry, agriculture, and transportation change
What were some inventions that economically and socially improved the country?
How has immigration changed by the mid nin
1. Boxer Rebellion: In 1899, a fanatical anti-foreign secret society known as the
Harmonious Righteous Fists (called "Boxers" by Western journalists) killed thousands of
foreigners and Chinese Christians.