U. S. Supreme Court and the former slaves



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Nash, chapter 17



Rural America

  • Farmers as percentage of labor force from 1860-1900

  • Increasing utilization of Machinery

  • American agriculture and market forces

  • Problems associated with agriculture: overproduction, deflation, foreign competition, mechanization

  • Cattle raising in the American West

  • Immigration patterns on Great Plains 1865-1900

  • Settlement of Great Plains and extensive use of barbed wire, windmills, twine binders and sod houses

  • Willa Cather

  • Giants of the Earth

  • Nature of farm production in California

  • General Philip Sheridan

  • Culture of Plains Indians

  • US policy toward buffalo, 1876-1900

  • The Dawes Act

  • Red Cloud, Crazy Horse, Black Elk and Sitting Bull

  • Battle of Little Big Horn

  • Ghost Dance

  • Wounded Knee Massacre

  • The New South

  • Henry Grady

  • American Tobacco Company

  • Birmingham steel

  • Southern patterns of industrialization 1865-1900

  • Southern agriculture

  • South as “colony” of the North

  • Southern labor

  • U.S. Supreme Court and the former slaves

  • African American workers in Southern industry

  • The Afro-American League

  • J.C. Price

  • Booker T. Washington

  • Tuskegee Institute

  • W.E.B. Du Bois

  • Ida B. Wells

  • Henry McNeil Turner

  • The Grange

  • Regulation of railroads

  • Munn v. Illinois

  • Interstate Commerce Commission

  • Southern Farmers Alliance

  • Colored Farmers Alliance

  • Tom Watson

  • The Ocala Platform

  • The “nadir of black life”

  • Jim Crow

  • Plessey v. Ferguson

  • The Timber and Stone Act

  • John Muir




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