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Civil War and Reconstruction
New American citizens should learn about The Civil war and
Reconstruction, in 1861 the United States faced its greatest crisis to the time.
The northern and southern states became more and more different socially,
US HISTORY SEMESTER B FINOLIO!
(FINAL plus PORTFOLIO!)
Download this form and answer the following questions. This is your final exam. DO
NOT USE THE INTERNET AND DO NOT PLAGIARIZE. YOU MUST USE THE TEXTBOOK. YOU
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Quiz Lesson 5: Foreign Policy after the Cold War
For anyone, who didnt experience the Wall, it will be hard to imagine what an overwhelming
feeling of relief, of joy, of unreality filled one that this monster was dead, and people had
By: Caleb Mascarelli
The Christmas Day
The Christmas Day Tsunami is the biggest tsunami in history and effected so
many people. Over 150,000 were dead or missing, and millions more became
homeless in eleven countries. People
U2L4; Rogerian Outline
Problem to be resolved:
With jazz growing in popularity, a large controversy broke out, with many viewing jazz as either an
annoyance or threat.
State the issue as a question:
Should jazzs growing popularity be shown as
U4L3; Editorial Introduction
With a second world war happening around us, we, the United States, mustnt join in the strife.
Not only are we in the midst of a depression, we are still suffering tragic losses from the Great War. Our
With the Stock Market Crash of 1929 and events following it, the United States economy was
plunged into a deep depression. Despite economic prosperity in the early to mid-1920s, the 1930s would
prove to be quite the opposite. Herber
U3L9; Test Review
1. How did the automobile affect American life?
With the assembly line becoming more efficient, people began to afford cars. Enabled much
more mobility to everyday life and gave young people a chance to get away. Gave people
U5L2; Short Answers
McCarthys contribution to the Second Red Scare:
The Second Red Scare could be described as the fear of communism that was allegedly spreading
through American government. McCarthy was a very dedicated advocate when it came
U6L8; Semester Exam Review
1. Describe the conflict between diplomacy vs. militarism in helping solve the problems in Europe
2. Describe the internment of Japanese-American citizens during WWII
3. Describe the following Supreme Ct rulings
U4L9; Lecture Recordings
World War II
1. What was the United States foreign policy during WWII? Neutrality and isolationism. Needed to
fix our own problems (Great Depression). Lend-Lease Act and the Stimson Doctrine. (US would
not recognize a
Unit 5 Questions
Please use only the textbook, chapter outline and lecture recordings. Dont forget your CMW link.
1. Why did Eisenhower support the desegregation of public schools? He was forced to after
seeing what happened i
U3L5; Short Answers
Based on the two historical assessments of the effectiveness of the New Deal, complete the following
1. Briefly explain the main point made by Passage 1 regarding the New Deal.
The main point discussed in Pass
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Physics The equation .-11 = -16P + 32t + 9 gives
in feet abovethe ground,
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Unit 6 Study Guide: Quadratic Functions and Equations
Completion of all the review activities in The review lesson (Unit 4 Lesson 7), checking and going
back over any quiz questions that you missed, and completing this study guide will help you
Annexation of the philippines
Do you think that controlling another person without their consent is right. Would
you want to be kidnapped and forced to clean and maybe even help kidnap more kids
against your will. I have read many different documents talk
A Time Traveler`s Guide to the Middle Ages
The monarchs are the king and queen. The king has
complete and absolute power over all of the people. He
relies on noblemen to help rule his vast land and in return
the noblemen provide knights to
AP US HISTORY
THE INDIAN REMOVAL ACT OF 1830
The Indian Removal Act of 1830 was a heated topic in Congress. Today Indians still face
much discrimination. Since the discovery of America, the Natives have been treated as a
Under Lincolns Presidency the slaves earned their freedom when he got congress to pass
the 13th amendment which abolished slavery. However this did not put an end to discrimination
or hatred to the African-American population. Many groups such as the Blac
In the time period between 1870 and 1915, the people wanted a change. The Industrial
Revolution was booming and many started to migrate to cities rather than staying on farms.
The Industrial Revolution contributed to a large percentage of people moving ou
Immigrants have always been subject to discrimination. America was based around having a new
free life but was immigrants still faced with the harsh reality of living a foreign life.
Many countries were faced filth, poverty, and constant death. These prob
Highlighted by a small group of journalists known as the muckrakers, political
corruption became a well-known subject within society. Writers such as Lincoln
Steffens helped attack municipal corruption.
Probably the most successfu
U1L4; Document Analysis
Document Analysis A:
1. When did Andrew Carnegie live in Dunfermline cottage? In Skibo Castle?
Carnegie lived in Dunfermline cottage from 1835 to 1848. After his purchase of Skibo Castle in
1897, Carnegie made f
1. What were Characteristics of the Gilded Age? Era of waste, extravagance, speculation, graft,
and corruption. Common for congressman to be bribed. No strong presidents. City bosses and
political machines had more power than the government.
The Gilded Age
Coined by Mark Twain, the Gilded Age is characterized by rampant greed, hysteria in the
free market, and the corruption of national politics, they satirized a society whose serious
problems had been covered in a thi