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History 121. United States History Since 1865. Presidential Reconstruction Freedmen “Black Codes” Congressional Reconstruction Freedmen’s Bureau Civil Rights Act 1866 Andrew Johnson 1865-1868. Reconstruction. The Great American Desert Mormons Vigilantes Pony Express Telegraph Sioux

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history 121

History 121

United States History Since 1865

reconstruction
Presidential Reconstruction

Freedmen

“Black Codes”

Congressional Reconstruction

Freedmen’s Bureau

Civil Rights Act 1866

Andrew Johnson 1865-1868

Reconstruction
the west
The Great American Desert

Mormons

Vigilantes

Pony Express

Telegraph

Sioux

Red Cloud

Crazy Horse

Buffalo

Dawes Act 1887

Barbed Wire 1874

Homestead Act 1862

Timber Culture Act

Frederick Jackson Turner

“Frontier Theory”

The West
industry
Andrew Carnegie

“Trusts”

Standard Oil Company

John D. Rockefeller

“Robber Barons”

Industry
late 19 th century politics
Laissez Faire

“Greenbacks”

“Free Coinage of Silver”

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Bland-Allison Act 1878

Sherman Silver Purchase Act 1890

Civil Service

Pendleton Act 1883

Ulysses S. Grant 1868-1880

Late 19th Century Politics
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Liberal Republicans

Horace Greeley

“Compromise of 1877”

Rutherford B. Hays 1876-1880

Samuel Tilden

James G. Blaine

General Winfield Scott Hancock

James A. Garfield 1880-1881

Chester A. Arthur 1881-1884

Grover Cleveland 1884-1888 & 1892-1896

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“Mugwumps”
  • Benjamin Harrison 1888-1892
  • Peoples’ Party (Populists)
  • McKinley Tariff
political protest
“Social Darwinism”

14th Amendment

Interstate Commerce Act 1887

Sherman Anti-Trust Act 1890

Haymarket Riot 1886

Anarchists

Homestead Strike 1892

Pinkerton Detectives

Settlement Workers

Jane Addams

Jacob Riis, How the Other Half Lives

Edward Bellamy, Looking Backward

Henry George

Knights of Labor

Political Protest
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A. F. of L. (American Federation of Labor)

Samuel Gompers

Populism

Grange Movement

Farmers Alliances

Peoples’ Party (Populist Party) 1890

James B. Weaver

Grover Cleveland

Pullman Strike 1894

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A.R.U. (American Railway Union)

Eugene V. Debs

Socialist Party 1900

Richard Olney

John P. Altgeld

Jacob Coxey

“Coxey’s Army”

William McKinley 1896-1901

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