During the late 1800s many predominant businessmen arose in America,
including Andrew Carnegie, John D. Rockefeller, and J.P. Morgan. The 19th century was
a time period where America was undergoing economic and industrial improvements,
mainly because of p
In the 19th century, the United States was undergoing an Industrial and
entrepreneurs were helping to create a flourished society. These entrepreneurs included
John D. Rockerfeller, Andrew Carnegie, and Henry Ford. Each of these men contributed
Dating back to the eighteenth century, conflicts between the state and federal
government affected the laws of the time. Some believed strongly in states rights, called
Anti-Federalists, and some believed strongly in the federal government, called
Who were the Loyalists and Patriots? Identify the characteristics of each and why were
they at such a disadvantage?
Loyalists were colonists loyal to the king who fought the Patriots, the American
rebels. Loyalists were called Tories in the colonies, afte
October 15, 2012
The colonies in the New World evolved into areas of completely different values and
societies. Stemming from the mid 1600s to 1700, New England and the Chesapeake had many
differences, and still do to this day. Although
American victory in World War 1 depended on economic as well as emotional
mobilization at home. What war preparations were taken in America to ensure success,
and how did the swaying of public opinion influence American support for the war?
The American Civil War Essay
The American Civil War, from the years 1861-1865, is considered a highly
debatable topic as to if it can be considered a Civil War. Some believe that America was
involved in a Civil War because the country was fighting each ot
Identify Federalists and Anti-Federalists. What were there respective positions on the
United States Constitution?
Anti-Federalists saw the Constitution as a plot for the upper class to steal power
from the commoners, therefore rejecting the Constitution.
November 13, 2012
Read Madisons Federalist paper #10. What was his position? Do you agree with his
point of view? Why or why not?
Madison expresses his Federalist position in The Federalist Number 10. His
position is particularly expressed when he praises
October 1, 2012
Varying Viewpoints- pgs. 64-65
After reading the excerpt, the argument that Europe was Americanized was
stronger than that of America being Europeanized. This idea is new to historians, who
believe American colonies were a part of a proces