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CHAPTER 12, SECTIONS 3 & 4 STUDY GUIDE WORLD WAR I AND BEYOND 1914 - 1920
Section 3, pp 381 391 Wilson, War, and Peace
1. When did the U.S. enter the war?
2. What did the German military leaders do in order to end the war b
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CHAPTER 10 Sections 4 and 5 Study Guide The Progressive Era (1890 1920)
SECTION 4 - ROOSEVELTS SQUARE DEAL PP 313 319
1. What did Roosevelt do that ushered in a new era?
2. After living in the West, Teddy Roosevelt developed a love for the
I. Opening Vignette
A. Modern highways are being built across Africa and Asia .
1. part of modern process of globalization
2. but also evoke older patterns of global commerce
B. The roots of economic globalization lie deep in the past.
1. exchange o
Chapter 11 Study Guide
Cotton, Slavery, and the South
I. The Cotton Economy:
Rise of King Cotton:
Many farmers in old tobacco regions in VA, MD, NC were shifting to other
crops like wheat whole the center or tobacco was in Piedmont
SC, GA, and parts of
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DBQ: Labor Unions
Prompt: How successful was organized labor in improving the position of workers in the period
from 1875 to 1900? Analyze the factors that contributed to the level
Chapter 6 Study Guide
The Constitution and the New Republic
I. Framing A New Government
Most resourceful of reformers: Alexander Hamilton; did not like how the a. of
confed. consisted of a weak central government they had created; now called
for a nation
Presidents and Patronage
- Presidents had little power to make appointments, limited power bc didnt want to
offend the party EX: presidency of Rutherford B. Hayes (1877-1881)
- Stalwarts led by Roscoe Conkling of New York
- Favored traditional, profession
Antebellum - before the civil war 1800-1860
Factors that encouraged American Industry
1. Abundance of resources, technology, domestic market, talented entrepreneurs, growing
-increase because of less disease, and many are repopu
The West as free land
settlement and Democracy
New Western Historians
A place of heroism,
dominated by the feats of
brave white men.
A place where rugged
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Here today in the United States we need to reform our government. As of right
now we are crumbling and need to fix our mistakes before the entire nation turns rotten
before we know it. Overall instead of giving each state governme
Military Exploration of the Great West
The Topographical Engineers from the U.S. Corps has appeared in 1838.
Composed of the West Point graduates who were trained in scientific skills,
engineering, mapmaking and topographical drawing. They turned their at
Late 1860s and 1870s
Clarence King- secured War Department support for a bold project- the U.S.
Survey of the Fortieth Parallel
-King and a team explored and mapped a great 100-mile swath across the West
from the Sierra to the Front Range of the Rockies a
The Last of the Great Surveys
Ferdinand Hayden- led the last of the great surveys by exploring the Dakota
Badlands with various army expeditions
-Hayden began a State survey of Nebraska at the close of the war
- Congress was so pleased by his work in 1869
European Explorers in the West
To Europeans, the American West was a wild and exotic country full of strange
animals and strange people. Europeans wished to fit into a romantic horizon in the
manner of the German scientist Alexander von Humboldt.
The Great Post-Civil War Surveys
The Gold rush in California led to populations increases and that era was
dominated by government-sponsored surveys that covered hundreds of square
miles of territory and it produced explorers of great intelligence and dar
Expedition of Lewis and Clark
May 14, 1804, the Corps of Discovery, the 43-man expedition was called, left
Camp Wood on the Wood River just below the confluence of the Mississippi and
the Missouri near St. Louis.
Lewis- was specifically trained for the mi
Thomas Jeffersons Explorations
He bought Louisiana from France in 1803.
Neither he nor the Spaniards knew how large and vast the continent was, although
the width was known.
Alexander MacKenzie trekked across to Canada in 1793 and figured out the width
The Mountain Man
A new breed of western explorer, the mountain man appeared on the scene. The
Mountain Man was an American figure who had no counterpart in Europe or
anywhere else in the world.
He was a part self-made entrepreneur and part romantic advent
Luring the West
George Catlin- Heard of many people coming from the West, learned of it as a
national leaning of a physical place
Charles Dickens- British novelist, claimed he could go no further West
Henry David Thoreau- Eastward I go only by force, but
Before the Civil War
William Gilpin- dynamic booster was busy ridiculing Stephen Longs judgement
that the Great Plains was a Great American Desert
-insisted that the area could support a substantial population devoted to pastoral
-a strong demand