Ap u. S. History Review Period 5: 1844-1877 Main ideaAp u. S. History Review Period 5: 1844-1877 Main idea
Main idea: As the nation expanded and its population grew, regional tensions, especially over slavery, led to a civil war — the course and aftermath of which transformed American society
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Populism and the Grange Movement, 1875Populism and the Grange Movement, 1875
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Unit 5 Period 6 Review The Big IdeaUnit 5 Period 6 Review The Big Idea
The Big Idea: As technological inventions, business innovations, immigrants, and urbanization transformed the American economy and society, reformers fought the injustices they found in America through social and government intervention
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Lesson #1: Life before the Industrial Revolution. What is the Industrial Revolution?Lesson #1: Life before the Industrial Revolution. What is the Industrial Revolution?
Learning Target: I can…Define the Industrial Revolution and analyze what life was like before Industrialism
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Quiz 1: ReconstructionQuiz 1: Reconstruction
According to the lecture, the main northern motivation for the Civil War had been
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Mrs. Olbrys ss8 \"The New West\"Mrs. Olbrys ss8 "The New West"
After Acquiring from the explorers and other Native Americans the Plain Indians were able to follow herds of in search for food
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Station #1: The Oregon TrailStation #1: The Oregon Trail
United States. The places we now know as Washington, Oregon, California, Nevada, Idaho, and Utah would probably not be a part of the United States today were it not for the Oregon Trail. That’s because the Trail was the only way for settlers to get across
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U. S. History Mr. Mintzes “The Indian Wars”U. S. History Mr. Mintzes “The Indian Wars”
There were rare stories of unprovoked American Indian attacks on innocent families that brought about outrage by the rest of the country. These violent acts led to the United States military retaliating against the tribe responsible
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The Chinese Exclusion ActThe Chinese Exclusion Act
Chinese Massacre of 1871. Five hundred white men entered a neighborhood specifically containing Chinese in Los Angeles and they robbed, attached, and even murdered the Chinese residents
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Review of Asian StudiesReview of Asian Studies
Not all were driven out: the many chinese who found a peaceful haven in late nineteenth century california
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Dream of a Nation: Sea to Sea 3 aDream of a Nation: Sea to Sea 3 a
United States if we can help it, but may, instead, pass through our own country, that we may build up Montreal, Quebec, Toronto, Halifax and Saint John by means of one great Canadian line
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Regents review essaysRegents review essays
Founding Fathers debated how to count slaves in the population. They decided to count three out of every five. This benefitted the southern states by providing them with more electoral college
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A. Write the letter of the answer in the blankA. Write the letter of the answer in the blank
The two railroad companies that built the transcontinental railroad were. (218)
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Directions: Read this passage and then answer the multiple choice and extended-response questions on your own paper!Directions: Read this passage and then answer the multiple choice and extended-response questions on your own paper!
Congress passed and President Lincoln signed the Pacific Railroad Bill, which granted public land and funds to build a transcontinental railroad
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Transcontinental Railroad: Challenges and Results The ChallengeTranscontinental Railroad: Challenges and Results The Challenge
East Coast to the West Coast. There was already a network of railroads on the East Coast and as far west as Missouri, but the challenging part lay ahead
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