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Clio’s Notes: America Comes of Age: 1865-1915 The Periods Noteworthy Trends 1Clio’s Notes: America Comes of Age: 1865-1915 The Periods Noteworthy Trends 1
Americans continued to move west, subduing a continent and a people in the process
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Multiple choice. Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the questionMultiple choice. Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question
The People's Party or Populists ran the strongest in the 1892 election in this area of the country
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Progressive Era (from abc-clio)Progressive Era (from abc-clio)
Primarily, though, the Progressives can be characterized as middle-class, white American men and women who shared a concern about threats to society. The source of those threats, they believed
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Established goals: Causes and consequences of Progressive MovementEstablished goals: Causes and consequences of Progressive Movement
Determine the central ideas or information of a primary or secondary source; provide an accurate summary of how key events or ideas develop over the course of the text
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Unit V, Segment 5 of 5 [From History Alive! Pursuing American IdealsUnit V, Segment 5 of 5 [From History Alive! Pursuing American Ideals
From History Alive! Pursuing American Ideals – Chapter 16 (Section 5), Chapter 17 (Section 4) and Chapter 18
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The following information was provided by ap coordinator, Carl ShulkinThe following information was provided by ap coordinator, Carl Shulkin
The top ten facts you absolutely positively have to know about the chesapeake colonies, 1607 – 1754
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U name Key ghsgt/eoct social Studies Test ReviewU name Key ghsgt/eoct social Studies Test Review
S. History gps #’s 11 & 12 – review (Rise of Big Business, Industrial growth, and Immigration)
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G. W. Carver High School 11 thG. W. Carver High School 11 th
United States from a national and Alabama perspective. Students develop historical-thinking skills, including chronological thinking, historical comprehension, historical analysis and interpretations
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Part I: Reviewing the Chapter A. Checklist of Learning ObjectivesPart I: Reviewing the Chapter A. Checklist of Learning Objectives
Describe how the early progressive movement developed at the local and state level and spread to become a national movement
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Ap us history – Chapter 20 – The Progressives (I) Reading: Have read for January 21Ap us history – Chapter 20 – The Progressives (I) Reading: Have read for January 21
Reading: Have read for January 21 from American History: a survey, “The Progressives” (I) pp. 566-588. This is the day your vocab will be due at the beginning of class
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The Progressive Movement & Foreign Affairs Chapters 16 & 17 Verbal/LinguisticThe Progressive Movement & Foreign Affairs Chapters 16 & 17 Verbal/Linguistic
Compare and contrast the Progressive policies of Presidents Roosevelt, Wilson, and Taft
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Chapter 6 (sections 1-4) study guide Part IIChapter 6 (sections 1-4) study guide Part II
They must either be printed out or handwritten. No sharing, email, etc will be accepted. Each question requires at least four sentences to answer appropriately and each sentence must contain new information related to the question asked
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Progressive Movement and Theodore Roosevelt Ch 24, 25, 28, 29Progressive Movement and Theodore Roosevelt Ch 24, 25, 28, 29
The industrial revolution transformed America in many ways. Please describe how the industrial revolution and the Gilded age affected the following areas of late 19th century America
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Semester Test Review ap us history Review main ideas from 1877 to the present only!Semester Test Review ap us history Review main ideas from 1877 to the present only!
What was fdr’s New Deal? What impact did it have on government powers? People? Budget?
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Child Labor in the Progressive Era summary why child labor was badChild Labor in the Progressive Era summary why child labor was bad
Factory life = serious health problems: underweight, stunted growth, curvature of the spine, diseases related to their work environment
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