History - Findly
8. Why did Japan attack Pearl Harbor and how did the US react ?
In July 1941 Japan announced they were taking control of French
Indochina. President Roosevelt took three steps in responses to Japan. He
froze all Japanese asset
English 1101 - Dr. M. Lewis, Instructor
Music is the way of life for some people. It can change the mood of individuals, allowing
them to feel happy, mad or even sad. While there are a number of different gen
Gerald P. Nye
The Atlantic Charter
Attack on Pearl Harbor
Resources for your three-page paper:
Intelligence packet which includes assessments by EXCOMM members
https:/www.youtube.com/watch?v=qr_WkfOMx4c Missile Crisis: The Man Who Saved the
World Use only information dealing with the crisis that fits with the in
Exam 1 Spring 2017
Part I: Essay: On the day of the exam, you will choose one of the following topics to
answer in a three-page essay. Do not study from any other source than your book and
lecture notes. Do not use the Internet. You will not use notes of
You may do a total of three extra credit assignments, which may be collected from a variety of sources.
Each one is worth up to five points. You can submit your extra credit in D2L assignments up to Friday, April
"Four Hard Years: The Adams Administration"
In this lesson, I learned that In 1796 John Adams became president. The qualifications to be
president were to be elected by the people. The political party Adams was part of the
Federalist, and he
"The Domestic Issues of the Washington Administration"
In this lesson, I learned that George Washington became president in 1789. He was from the state of
Virginia, and he served from 1789 to 1796. He was the best choice to be our first pres
"The Emergence of a National Movement: 1816 to 1840", Growing Pains of the Abolition Movement:
1840 to 1848", and Slavery, Abolition, and the West, 1848 to 1856".
In these lessons I learned a lot of things as well as found a lot of interest
"The Madison Administration and the War of 1812"
In this lesson, I learned that Madison was president from 1809 to 1817. He belonged to the
Republican Party, and was from Virginia. His personality was weak, shy, and dull. The main issue
"Democrats and Whigs'
In this lesson, I learned that John Quincy Adams and Andrew Jackson were running for
presidency. After all ballots were counted it was a tie, even though Jackson had more votes in
the Electoral College, there was still
Chapter 30 essays
2. Nixon's proposed Family Assistance Program (FAP), intended to replace
the service-oriented Aid to Families with Dependent Children (AFDC),
would have provided working and nonworking poor families with a
guaranteed annual incomethough
AWOHIA Ch. 17
1. Women workers were poorly paid, segregated in female jobs, and were
treated as temporary workers by employers, unions, and the public.
2. By the 1930s, women were likely to have jobs such as secretary, a file check,
a salesman, a waitress
AHOWIA Ch. 18
1. Married career women challenged the idea that family life offered every
women all fulfillment and opportunity for self-expression she would ever
2. Married career women took jobs such as gynecology, pediatricians, fashion,
Chapter 21 essays
4. The election of 1912 was important becuase it was the first time that:
a) 4 candidates ran (Debs - Socialist, TR - Bull Moose, Taft - Rep., Wilson Dem.)
b) a third party overcame a major political party (TR came in second while
Chapter 29 essays
6. Non-violence. This is the first and most important.
Fill the jails. MLK would often get so many people to a spot that
the racist police couldn't arrest them all. They'd either have to
resort to violence against King and his fellow pro
Chapter 22 essays
7. Isolationism was a major influence, it kept America separate from the war
and my means greater than mere distance, it was a strong ideology. President
Wilson was a great advocate of it. Even today there are many people who
Chapter 18 essays
3. The KKK and southern state legislatures segregated the blacks and whites. In the
SCOTUS case of Plessy v Ferguson the Court said that segregation was legal as long
as there were separate but equal facilities for the blacks. Jim Crow l
Chapter 27 essays
4. The Fair Deal was less extensive than FDR's plan, and most of its initiatives did not
pass in Congress. Some of the Fair Deals major achievements were the desegregation of
the military and the expansion of social security.
Chapter 26A essays
1. The Atlantic Charter established a vision for a post-World War II
world. In Tokyo the Atlantic Charter rallied support for the militarists
in the Japanese government, who pushed for a more aggressive
approach against the US and Brita
Chapter 28 essays A&B
3. The greatest civil rights achievement was the Supreme Court's decision in Brown v.
Board of Education of Topeka, KS in 1954. This decision overturned Plessy v. Ferguson
(1896), declaring that the doctrine of "separate but equal" w
Essay 25 questions
4. By limiting production, Roosevelt succeeded in creating demand for farm
goods, instead of overproduction. This brought the prices up, and the amount
of goods down, giving farmers steady income. The New Deal program
initiated was the
Chapter 24 essays
3. It gave rise to new economic growth although that growth led mostly to
wealth disparity and eventually the GD.
6. In 1920, Ohioan Warren Gamaliel Harding won election as president of
the United States. As president, for the most part,
SEPTEMBER 11, 2004
Where were you
when the twin towers fell?
These are mostly aerial photos, probably taken from a chopper; probably military.
From any other source, they would have been all over the Internet long before now.
They are dramatic and may con
Events Leading to World
Japan into Manchuria, 1931
Italy moved on Ethiopia, 1935
Japan invaded China, 1937
Anschluss with Austria, 1938
German Expansion, 19381939 into Czechoslovakia and
Cities and Immigration
City of Boston in
Note the height of
all buildings before
the advent of
Note the contrast in downtown New York
with the use of structural steel!
City Life in the
(This picture was supposed
United States Overseas
Expansion, 1865 to 1900
U. S. Pacific Interests
Called William Sewards
Perils of a one-crop
Queen Lilioukalani (as
And the Change in American
Dwight D. Eisenhower
and the 1950s
from 1953 to
1961 in a
Issues to Consider:
Growth of Suburbs
Automobiles and Highways
1950s Economic Grow