Black codes: (1865)
Reinforce slavery. Blacks have to work for a white person and have permission to
leave parish and they are not allowed to congregate, preach, carry fire arms(unless
in the military), sell, barter, or exchange items
Federal Aid Highway Act
House for un-American activity
One of the biggest things that were noticed is that there is no way to move americans
A. Economy in the 1920s
2. stock market
3. Hoovers election
B. Stock Market collapse
2. Example U.S. Steel
There were problems with the econo
Federal Home loan system
National Industrial Recovery Act
Works progress administration
A. Hoover Response
a. Associational Action
b. Public reaction
c. New Plan
A. Social Darwinism
B. Social effects
Darwinism and survival of the fittest applied to people.
Survival of the fittest (richest)
Custers last stand
Little big horn
Dawes Act 1887
Sherman anti-trust act
Youtube Chicago style- Director. Title. Date published. Accesed Youtube.
A. Little big horn
B. Wounded knee
National Origins Act
A. Understanding of 1920s
b. New Woman
B. Real 1920s
Labor, Anti-foreigner, KK
Key TermsSecond Industrial Revolution(positive)
Captains of industry(positive)
Robber barrons (Negative)
OutlineA. positive understanding
C. negative understanding
many people understand this time era differently. Some peop
One of the Deadliest Hurricanes of All Time
American History 112
Dr. Kelly Lankford
April 13, 2015
Out in the middle of the sea, swirling, whining winds blow, sucking up water and
ocean life into the deadly abyss. The cl
Susan B. Anthony
Called nonsense on the fact that the government needs to give both black men and
women the right to vote or women would break away from the movement. After the 14th
amendment is passed, ignoring women's suffrage, she decided to vote in t
Study GuideExam #2
You should be able to answer the following questions. You should be able to use
the terms listed below to answer them.
Why did the United States hesitate to get involved in World War I?
Why did the United States finally e
1) When were you born?
2) Where were you born?
3) Did you ever get married?
4) When? (if answer is yes)
5) Did you divorce?
6) Why? (if answer is yes)
7) Do you have any children?
8) What are your hobbies?
9) What is your occupation?
Ten Percent Plan:
Civil Rights Act:
Supplementary Freedmans Bureau Act:
Tenure of Office Act:
Command of the Army Act:
Fifteenth Amendment :
Susan b Anthony
National womens suffrage association
American womens suffrage association
National American womens suffrage association
Ida B. Wells
Double V Cam
- department of education:
- FERPA: The Family Education Rights and Privacy Act was passed in 1974 by congress to
insure privacy of students aged 18 and older.
- Tennessee River Valley Authority: This was part of the New Deal, created by Frankli