ove these directions from this paper1.
Appeal to Border-State Representatives for
Compensated Emancipation, Washington, D.C.
July 12, 1862
On July 12, 1862, President Lincoln met with
representatives and senators from the slave states
1. Historians often say after WWI: We won the war but lost
What does that mean?
It means they lost their whole goal at the end of the war. The
whole point of the war was to achieve peace at the end. The
main point of wilsons 14 points was that
Look up these slang words
Give me the 1920s definitions
- Then give me what the slang word used today for the SAME word
Applesauce - an expletive same as horsefeathers a in ah applesauce / the bomb
Bees knees - an extraordinary person th
Child Labor Writing Assignment
Read the primary sources of child laborers during the Industrial Revolution. After you have read them there is a writing prompt that
you must follow.
She was caught by her apron which wrapped around the shaft. She w
Life During the Great Depression
Follow the link to the website to see how life in the Great Depression was.
Answer the following questions
1. How old were you when you had to
Honors - Industrialization Review Sheet
Significant people or groups Industrialization
o Robber Barons: an unscrupulous plutocrat, especially an American capitalist who
acquired a fortune in the late nineteenth century by ruthless means
o Captains of indu
What is total war/war of attrition
What is total war and what is a war of attrition? What are the similarities and differences of
these military tactics?
When u are in total war civilians are targets or resources.military strategy in which a
Imperialism - a policy of extending a country's power and influence through diplomacy or military force
What were the motivations behind imperialism - to make money control trade raw materials and cheap labor
explore unknown areas more scien
Midterm Study Guide
How to use this study guide:
Wow.there is a lot of stuff here.how do I manage it?
1. Take a self inventory
2. For any term or question you KNOW WELL ENOUGH TO EXPLAIN TO OTHERS
highlight it in GREEN
3. For any term or question you HAVE
Directions: Match the following terms to their best description.
_c_1. 14 Points
A. An agreement signed by the U.S. and France (and
eventually 62 nations) in August 1928 that outlawed war
B. Troops fighting in large ditch
Define the Progressive
Look-up some of the different progressives of the era and tell me why they were important and
what they fought for.
Teddy Roosevelt - became the 26th u.s presidents after william mckinley's assassination
(1901-1908) known for conser
RISE OF BIG BUSINESS
What is a
a. robber baron
b. captain of industry
Lookup Carnegie, Rockefeller and Morgan and what they did Were they robber barons or
captains of industry?
Give an example of philanthropy for each:
America: The Story of Us
Watch the video here:
1. What was the name of the place in Texas where the Hamill brothers struck
oil and sparked America's oil boom?
1. Who are the people in this photo? Protesters
2. What did these people believe about the Vietnam War?there shouldn't be a war
3. What events took place which compelled them to do this?the vietnam war starting
4. Who are the men in this photo?soilders
Imperialism Political Cartoons
Use the cartoons below and answer the questions that follow:
Would you describe the above cartoon as pro or anti imperialism?
Why? Pro-imperialism because the cards that represent countries are
good cards and the US have
W.E.B. Dubois and Booker T. Washington
What was Plessy v. Ferguson?
In 1892, passenger Homer Plessy refused to
RISE OF BIG BUSINESS
What is a
a. robber baron - a term used to describe leaders of industry at the turn of the century who
rose to this position based on their unfair business practices
b. captain of industry - owners and managers of lar
Use chapter 13 section 3 to answer the following questions
p.383, 387 answer #s 2,3 under Map Skills
1. During the Battle of Saint-Mihiel (a town in the Meuse department in north-eastern
France), beginning September 12, 1918, Pershing commanded the Americ
Segregation is america
Struggle for civil rights intensified after WWII
In south Jim Crow Laws - de jure segregation
De facto segregation - unwritten segregation
Bottom rung of the ladder
Higher rate of poverty
Could not vote in south
The Progressive Movement video and questions
Please watch the video at the link below. (30min) While doing so answer the questions below.
You may make a copy of this doc and turn it in to edmodo OR answer the questions on paper
The Doomsday Flu
1. Influenza is a _ disease, which means it can be transmitted from one
species to another.
2. In the fall of 1918, some American cities _ in an effort to stop the spread
Eisenhowers foreign policy during the 1950s. Coming to the point of almost war then backing off
Keeping Communism where it currently is and not letting it into other countries as their form of
Gloria st jean
This Digital Interactive Notebook is designed to help
you better understand World War II. It includes pages
on vocabulary terms, people, and key events of this
On each page you will see blue text boxes wher
Directions: Make a copy of this document and use the copy to record your answers. Submit
your responses through edmodo.
Use the link above to access the memoirs of origina
Unit 4: Federalism Study Guide
federalism-the federal principle or system of government.
dual federalism-Dual federalism, also referred to as divided sovereignty,
is a political arrangement in which power is divided between the
federal and state
1 Which level of government has expressed/ implied/ and inherent powers?
2 Who grants local governments their powers?
3 Which level of government has reserved powers?
What were the effects of British Rule?
Cause : the british government treated the
american colonist harshly
Effect : many american colonists feared a
Cause : many former colonies feared losing
their freedom to a new govern
2016 S1 Video Questions: U.S. Constitution and the The Bill of Rights US
Constitution/Bill of Rights Video
1.What are the first words of the Constitution?
When in the course of human events
We hold these truths to be self evident
We the People
I have a dr
Six Big Ideas of the Constitution
*Directions- Use the Prezi on the Six Big Ideas in order to define the following terms known as
the Six Big Ideas of the Constitution
1. Limited Government- government has only those powers delegated to it by the
Wanted: A Just Right Government
When the American colonists gained their independence from
the British after the Revolutionary War, the Americans were
faced with a problem: What kind of government should
As you read through the Declaration of Independence, discuss with your partner:
As Americans, should we be proud of the Declaration? Why or why not?
THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE
IN CONGRESS, July 4, 1776.
The unanimous Declaration of the t
Who Rules? Types of Government
Using this PPT, answer the following questions
1. Using slide 3 of the powerpoint, what type of government where political power is exer
1. What are Human Rights? Rights that all humans have
2. If you were to create a list of Human Rights, give 3 examples of ones you would include.
Right to live, property, and the right to be happy
3. Do we have a Declaration of Human
*Directions: Use pages 94-109 of your Macgruders Student Edition textbook to answer
1. Who do delegated powers belong to?
a. Describe the difference between expressed, implied, and inherent powers
2. Describe how the silence of the Constitu