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Lecture on the Gilded Age (1877-1895) Industrial Action!Lecture on the Gilded Age (1877-1895) Industrial Action!
America in the late 19th century became united in fact as well as in name. Industrial development transformed the lives of all Americans, from factory workers to farmers”
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Lecture on How the West was Settled Land FeverLecture on How the West was Settled Land Fever
Between 1870 and 1900, eight new states entered the Union—Colorado, Montana, North and South Dakota, Washington, Idaho, Wyoming, and Utah—leaving only three territories—Oklahoma, New Mexico
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Dow #4 the rise of big businessDow #4 the rise of big business
You may decide that one is a Captain of Industry and the other Robber Baron (it is completely your opinion and you cannot be wrong as long as you provide evidence to support your opinion). This will count for a test grade
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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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What’s next for the car industry? Apr 21, 2008What’s next for the car industry? Apr 21, 2008
So the world’s automobile industry is in the midst of a revolution in both resource availability and energy consumption
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Sheldon Miller Brown v. Board of Education Summary and QuestionsSheldon Miller Brown v. Board of Education Summary and Questions
Monroe School. Linda Brown tried to gain admission to the Sumner School, which was closer to her house, but her application was denied by the Board of Education of Topeka because of her race. The Sumner School was for white children only
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A new industrial ageA new industrial age
Iron – iron to steel method perfected by Henry Bessemer. He discovers a way to make steel cheaply and effective
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American Democracy in Word and Deed mdusd/ucb h-ssp 11th Grade Lesson: “The Economic Effects of Railroad Expansion” Developed byAmerican Democracy in Word and Deed mdusd/ucb h-ssp 11th Grade Lesson: “The Economic Effects of Railroad Expansion” Developed by
How have the words and deeds of people and institutions shaped democracy in the U. S.?
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4. The Revolt of the Farmers4. The Revolt of the Farmers
Hurt by falling prices and heavy debts, farmers were the first to feel the effects of economic change
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Progressive presidents theodore rooseveltProgressive presidents theodore roosevelt
Belief that all people should have equal opportunity to succeed through strong personal ethics, a sense of fairness and adherence to the spirit of the law
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Ap us history Ms. Rizzo February 11, 2010Ap us history Ms. Rizzo February 11, 2010
The government’s violations of laissez-faire can be observed easily through the policies of the time that included railroad land grants, control of interstate commerce, and antitrust activities
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