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America was on the threshold of modernity
Old truths and beliefs clashed with scientific discoveries
The United States began to emerge from its isolationist shell
United States became military and industrial power
Gilded Age Politics and
What were the political developments of the Gilded Age?What
problems, real and perceived, affected American farmers of the era?
What factors precipitated the rise of agrarian revolt and the
Populists?What was signif
The Emergence of Urban
How did immigration affect the growth of the modern city?What
led to the rise of powerful reform movements?What was the impact
of Darwinian thought on the social sciences?What were the literary
and philosophical trends of th
Big Business and Organized
What factors fueled the growth of the post-Civil War economy?
What were the methods and achievements of major entrepreneurs?
What led to the rise of large labor unions?
The Rise of Big Business
The Industrial Revolution c
The South and the West
What were the economic and political policies of the states in the
post-Reconstruction South? How did segregation and political
disenfranchisement shape race relations in the New South? What
were the experiences of farme
The War of the Union
What were the major strategies of the Civil War?
How did the war affect the home front in the North and the South?
What were the reasons for, the results of, Lincolns Emancipation Proclamation?
The End of the Waiting Game
On both side
Chapter4: The Imperial Perspective
No imperial control over colonies, too expensiveo Americans
were used to self-governmento Non-sensical policies: Considered
citizens but no citizenship, no representation, etc.
English Administration of the Colonies
Chapter 3: Colonial Ways of Life
The Shape of Early America
Most settlers young (1/2 <20), male, & poor
Not melting pot rather a mosaic b/c not homogeneous
Indians saw the environment as something to be shared
& used as needed
o Europeans saw it as somet
Unit One: A New World
Chapter 1: The Collision of Cultures
Pre-Columbian Indian Civilizations
400 diff. languages
Paleo-Indian extensive trading networks diffusion of
Native societies put great strain on environment &
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The Progressive Era
From what social bases did progressivism emerge?What were
the basic elements of Progressive reform?What events shaped the
presidencies of Theodore Roosevelt, William H. Taft, and Woodrow
Wilson? Why was the election of 1912 so signific