The Government and Setling of the West DBQ
The government played different roles in the development of the West such as dealing with
Comanche problems in the nineteenth century to solving disagreements over the acceptance of
Henry clay developed the American
system which enforced a protective
tariff to get funding for transportation
= Better roads and canals.
Allowed industrialization to work.
Historian Frederick Jackson Tur
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Mr. Z, 5th hour, October 29, 2014
The First Continental Congress
Narrator: The First Continental Congress took place in
Philadelphia in September through October, 1774. All except
Georgia sent delegates.
Remini Text Questions Due August 26th 2014
1) When the fourteenth amendment was proposed, it stated that all males who were born or
naturalized in the United States would become an American citizen, including slaves in 1868. This
sparked a revolt that was
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*Jefferson republicanism: the political philosophy to limit federal
spending and the power of the national government. It was put in act
my Thomas Jefferson who thought that federalist policies corrupted the
whole idea of an American Rev
RACISM IN AMERICA
during and post WWII
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QUESTION WAS-ASKED WHA T WAS. IHE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN
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Britain was the major producer of textiles (cotton, linen, wool) for the world
Multiple Inventions throughout the industrial revolution build upon each other to make
England the most efficient textile manufacturer in the world
Stephenson Rocket -> Robert Stephenson-1829- fastest railcar/became steam engine
Watts Steam Engine
How does the Industrial Revolution begin?
What role does technological inno
1. Abolition of Slavery - 1833 in Britain - William Wilberforce
2. Womens Rights
First free public school in late 1800s
What about today?
Philosophers of Industrialization
1.Adam Smith - Wealth of Nations(1776)
Laissez Faire -
Great Purge - Stalin directed a campaign of terror eliminating anyone who threatened
Included Bolsheviks who helped with the revolution - ex. Trotsky
8 to 13 Millions deaths
Stalin heavily stressed the importan
Jobs for professionals and increased educational opportunities
Growing middle class
Eventually, reforms for workers including higher wages, shorter hours, better working
Detriments of Industrialization
Social class discrepancies
Large gap betwe
Growth of a Middle Class
Industrial revolution increased wealth of Britain overall
New growing class - >Middle Class
a social class of skilled workers, professionals, business people, and wealthy farmers
Upper Middle class began to hold top p
-> Each year, farmers rotated which crop they planted to keep the soil nutrient rich
Selective breeding of livestock
Jethro Tulls Seed Drill
What do you think these changes in agriculture lead to?
In terms of food?
Where people live?
Developed by Karl Marx
Marxism - Radical form of socialism developed my Karl Marx and Frederich Engels
in The Communist Manifesto.
People were divided into the haves and the have nots and the gap in wealth and
power led to conflict
Causes of the French Revolution
Louis XVI (Grandson of Louis XIV)
Spent most of his time on hunting and pleasure
Married Marie Antoinette (member of royal family of Austria) who spent money on
jewels, gowns, etc.
Louis put off dealing with fin
- >merchants and artisans
City workers -> low wages, frequently out of work and hungry
Peasants -> 80% of French pop., paid 1/2 income in taxes to nobles, church, and king,
Causes of the French Revolution
1. Class Inequality continued.
Chapter 21 Notes
Monitor vs. Merrimack
Boats needed to be steam-powered and armored.
What: Freed slaves in the South. Lincoln used this to make the Civ
Chapter 20 Notes
Where: Charleston Harbor
When: April 12-14, 1861
What: Significant for in the South that was anti-Union. North lost Fort Sumter.
Johnny Reb (pg. 440-441)
What: Typical confederate that was jocular, emotional, religious, and pe
Chapter 16 Notes
Frederick Douglas (pg. 356-357, 365, 366-367)
Who: Former Slave
Where: from Maryland to escaped north
What: Abolitionist that tried to use politics to help abolitionist movement/abolish slavery.
He wrote Narrative: Life o
Chapter 13 Notes
Divorce Bill (pg. 274-275)
Who: Van Buren
Where: United States
What: Not passed by Congress, it called for the dividing of the government and banking
Why: Whigs were against it because it stopped hopes of reviving the Bank of