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USH Mini Lessons. Day 1. 1. When did England officially recognize the US? 2. When was the US Constitution ratified? 3. What was the name of the government document before the US Constitution? 4. Term: loose association of states 5. Which 2 men helped to form the US two-party system?

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Day 1
Day 1

  • 1. When did England officially recognize the US?

  • 2. When was the US Constitution ratified?

  • 3. What was the name of the government document before the US Constitution?

  • 4. Term: loose association of states

  • 5. Which 2 men helped to form the US two-party system?

  • 6. Term: group or advisors to the President

  • 7. Who created the national bank, assumed state debt, and maid off national debt to make the US seem strong?

  • 8. Who was the 1st President? Secretary of State? Secretary of the Treasury?

  • 9. This political party believed in states rights

  • 10. Which political party believed the nation rules over the states?


Answers day 1
Answers Day 1

  • 1. Treaty of Paris 1783

  • 2. 1789

  • 3. Articles of Confederation

  • 4. Confederation

  • 5. Jefferson and Hamilton

  • 6. Cabinet

  • 7. Alexander Hamilton

  • 8. George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, and Alexander Hamilton

  • 9. Democratic-Republicans

  • 10. Federalist


Day 2
Day 2

  • 11. Term: a foreign person living in the US

  • 12. Term: speaking negatively about the government or a politician

  • 13. Which law set up the federal court system, like the circuit court?

  • 14. Washington, __________, Jefferson, _______

  • 15. When did Jefferson buy the Louisiana Territory? Its significance?

  • 16. Could Hamilton ever be a US President? Why or why not?

  • 17. What did the Judiciary Act of 1789 set up?

  • 18. Term: staying out of foreign affairs

  • 19. Who warned Americans against “entangling alliances” in his “Farewell Address”?

  • 20. 2nd US President? Political party?


Day 2 answers
Day 2 Answers

  • 11. alien

  • 12. Sedition

  • 13. Judiciary Act of 1789

  • 14. Adams, Madison

  • 15. 1803; doubled US instantly

  • 16. No, he was not native born citizen

  • 17. federal court system

  • 18. neutral

  • 19. Washington

  • 20. John Adams, federalist


Day 3
Day 3

  • 21. Term: to cancel a law

  • 22. President Adams was not re-elected due to his support of which laws?

  • 23. 3rd President? Party?

  • 24. Group of judges Adams appointed on the last day of his term

  • 25. Who said to stay out of foreign alliances?

  • 26. Which nation went to war with the US in 1812? Why?

  • 27. Which treaty gave the “right of deposit” to the US?

  • 28. “Supreme law of the land IS federal law” court case

  • 29. “Judicial review” court case

  • 30. In the Adams-Onis Treaty, _______ gave parts of ________ to the US in 1819 for $5 million


Day 3 answers
Day 3 Answers

  • 21. nullify

  • 22. Alien and Sedition Acts

  • 23. Thomas Jefferson, Democratic-Republicans

  • 24. Midnight Judges

  • 25. George Washington

  • 26. England/Britain; impressment/ freedom of the seas

  • 27. Pinckney’s Treaty

  • 28. McCulloch v. Maryland

  • 29. Marbury v. Madison

  • 30. Spain, Florida


Day 4
Day 4

  • 31. Who were the French diplomats trying to extort money from the US?

  • 32. Which president are Lewis and Clark associated with?

  • 33. Treaty: Britain agrees to remove posts in the Great Lakes area, but do not

  • 34. Treaty: American Indians give up land in the Ohio River Valley…Who was the leader of the Indians?

  • 35. Treaty: Spain gives “free” navigation rights on the Mississippi River

  • 36. Term: love and devotion to one’s country

  • 37. Which president set precedents?

  • 38. Who was the first Secretary of State? Secretary of the Treasury?

  • 39. Jefferson and Hamilton’s fighting = _________-________ system

  • 40. On next slide



Day 4 answers
Day 4 Answers

  • 31. XYZ

  • 32. Jefferson

  • 33. Jay’s Treaty

  • 34. Treaty of Greenville; Tecumseh

  • 35. Pinckney’s

  • 36. nationalism

  • 37. Washington

  • 38. Jefferson; Hamilton

  • 39. Two-Party

  • 40. on next slide



Day 5
Day 5

  • 41. Which two river systems were vital to the United States?

  • 42. Who was the precedent setting president?

  • 43. Plan: East wants tariffs and national bank; South and West want internal improvements aka infrastructure

  • 44. Who was known as The Great Compromiser and author of the American System?

  • 45. Term: to change for the better

  • 46. List 2 wars the US fought against Britain

  • 47. Jefferson wrote the ___________. Madison wrote the _____________.

  • 48. “Europe! Stay out of the Western Hemisphere!” document

  • 49. Which invention virtually entrenched slavery in the south? Inventor?

  • 50. Term: people who hate immigrants


Day 5 answers
Day 5 Answers

  • 41. Mississippi and Ohio

  • 42. Washington

  • 43. American System

  • 44. Henry Clay

  • 45. Reform

  • 46. American Revolution and War of 1812

  • 47. Declaration of Independence; Constitution

  • 48. Monroe Doctrine

  • 49. Cotton Gin; Eli Whitney

  • 50. Nativists


Day 6
Day 6

  • 51. Who said it is wrong to put the mentally ill in prison?

  • 52. Era: religious excitement, diversity, and tolerance

  • 53. Philosophy: self-reliance is key to success

  • 54. Term: stop drinking liquor

  • 55. Who made education exciting and practical?

  • 56. Term: man-made waterway

  • 57. Term: movement against slavery

  • 58. Document: “All men and women are created equal”

  • 59. term; to change for the better

  • 60. Terms: “that peculiar institution”; one who is against slavery


Day 6 answers
Day 6 Answers

  • 51. Dorothea Dix

  • 52. The 2nd Great Awakening

  • 53. Transcendentalism

  • 54. Temperance

  • 55. Horace Mann

  • 56. Canal

  • 57. Abolition

  • 58. The Seneca Falls Declaration

  • 59. Reform

  • 60. Slavery; Abolitionist


Day 7
Day 7

  • 61. When was the Reform/Romance Movement?

  • 62. Who wrote Civil Disobedience?

  • 63. Term: pre-Civil War

  • 64. Term: when politicians replace government workers with friends and supporters

  • 65. Terms: freeing of slaves vs. movement to free slaves

  • 66. What angered Southerners because it outlawed slavery in the territories?

  • 67. What is the main issue that kept Missouri from becoming a state?

  • 68. America’s belief that we should own all land from Atlantic to Pacific

  • 69. 3 causes of the War of 1812

  • 70. What is the real reason the US went to war in 1812?


Day 7 answers
Day 7 Answers

  • 61. 1830-1850

  • 62. Henry David Thoreau

  • 63. Antebellum

  • 64. Spoils system

  • 65. Emancipation v. Abolition

  • 66. Wilmot Proviso

  • 67. Imbalance of free v. slave states

  • 68. Manifest Destiny

  • 69. 1. impressment 2. freedom of the seas 3. war hawks want Canada

  • 70. War hawks want Canada


Day 8
Day 8

  • 71. Stanton/Mott: _____ _____movement

  • 72. Emerson/ Thoreau: ______movement

  • 73. Compromise: 36, 30 and south, slavery is legal

  • 74. Which compromise made California a free state?

  • 75. Which invention made “that peculiar institution” a “necessary evil”?

  • 76. Who developed the Nullification Theory? Why?

  • 77. Who said ”Be kind to the mentally ill”?

  • 78. Which region depended on cotton as a major source of income?

  • 79. Which country depended on southern cotton to make textiles?

  • 80. Jefferson or Jackson?(chart)


Day 8 answers
Day 8 Answers

  • 71. Women’s rights

  • 72. Transcendental

  • 73. Missouri

  • 74. Compromise of 1850

  • 75. cotton gin

  • 76. John C. Calhoun; he thought state law was the most important

  • 77. Dorthea Dix

  • 78. South

  • 79. England/Britain

  • 80. see chart


Day 9
Day 9

  • 81. What does “that peculiar institution” mean?

  • 82. Term: allowing people of a region to decide the question of slavery

  • 83. Who wrote The Last of the Mohicans?

  • 84. Who was John Brown?

  • 85. Which law caused “Bleeding Kansas”?

  • 86. Who defied the Supreme Court in Worchester v. Georgia?

  • 87. Trail of Tears: Which native american group?

  • 88. Compromises: Missouri Compromise

  • 89. What were the Grimke sisters noted for?

  • 90. Who strengthened the power of the Supreme Court?


Day 9 answers
Day 9 Answers

  • 81. slavery

  • 82. popular sovereignty

  • 83. Cooper

  • 84. radical abolitionist

  • 85. Kansas-Nebraska Act

  • 86. Jackson

  • 87. Cherokee

  • 88. Missouri is a slave state; Maine is created as a free state, and anything south of 36, 30 is open to slavery

  • 89. southern abolition

  • 90. John Marshall


Day 10
Day 10

  • 91. Who sued for his freedom and lost?

  • 92. Which event triggered SC secession?

  • 93. Who became president in 1860? Political Party?

  • 94. Who was a state’s rights spokesman?

  • 95. Which book vilified slavery?

  • 96. Manifest Destiny? Yes or No

    • a. Louisiana Purchase

    • B. Gadsden Purchase

    • C. Texas Annexation

    • D. Indian Removal

    • E. Mormons move to Utah

  • 97. What was the result of the Kansas-Nebraska Act?

  • 98. Which compromise? 36, 30 south, open to slavery

  • 99. 2nd president?

  • 100. He said NO to nullification!


Day 10 answers
Day 10 Answers

  • 91. Dred Scott

  • 92. Election of Lincoln

  • 93. Lincoln, Republican

  • 94. Calhoun

  • 95. Uncle Tom’s Cabin

  • 96. a. Louisiana Purchase YES

    • B. Gadsden Purchase YES

    • C. Texas Annexation YES

    • D. Indian Removal YES

    • E. Mormons move to Utah YES

  • 97. Bleeding Kansas

  • 98. Missouri

  • 99. Adams

  • 100. Jackson


Day 11
Day 11

  • 101. This law forced Indians to move west of the Mississippi River

  • 102. Which slogan? We are willing to go to war for Oregon

  • 103. Who? Group rushing to California for gold

  • 104. South Carolina’s states’ rights person

  • 105. Which war? “Remember the Alamo”

  • 106. Texas is free from Mexico, the US ______ Texas

  • 107. Which war? Mexico/US Boundary dispute

  • 108. Treaty that ended the Mexican War

  • 109. Which land did the US get as a result of the Mexican War?

  • 110. Who? Team that explored the Louisiana Territory


Day 11 answers
Day 11 Answers

  • 101. Indian Removal Act

  • 102. “54, 40 or Fight!”

  • 103. 49ers

  • 104. Calhoun

  • 105. War for Texas Independence

  • 106. Annexes

  • 107. Mexican War

  • 108. Treaty of Guadalupe-Hildago

  • 109. Mexican Cession

  • 110. Lewis and Clark


Day 12
Day 12

  • 111. Which treaty ended the War of 1812?

  • 112. Which decision was detrimental to Jefferson’s presidency?

  • 113. Which treaty removed Native-Americans from the Ohio-River Valley?

  • 114. Who reminded her husband to “remember the ladies” when laying out plans for the new nation?

  • 115. Who saved national treasures from the British burning of Washington, D.C. in 1814?

  • 116. Which Native -American formed the Red Stick Confederacy?

  • 117. Voting requirements during the “new nation” were limited to…

  • 118. What event showed the weaknesses of the Articles of Confederation? What event showed the strength of the US Constitution?

  • 119. Which event caused the Federalist Party to die?

  • 120. Court Case: established judicial review


Day 12 answers
Day 12 Answers

  • 111. Treaty of Ghent

  • 112. Embargo of 1807

  • 113. Treaty of Greenville

  • 114. Abigail Adams

  • 115. Dolley Madison

  • 116. Tecumseh

  • 117. White, male, landowners

  • 118. Shays’ Rebellion/ Whiskey Rebellion

  • 119. Hartford Convention

  • 120. Marbury v. Madison


Day 13
Day 13

  • 121.Which compromise? 36, 30 south, open to slavery?

  • 122. What law caused the Republican Party to be formed?

  • 123. Who was Dred Scott?

  • 124. Who was John Brown?

  • 125. Who wrote Uncle Tom’s Cabin?

  • 126. Federalists believe in a _____ central government.

  • 127. Democratic-Republicans believe in ____ rights.

  • 128. Who? He agonized over buying the Louisiana Territory.

  • 129. What was the hot topic in the presidential election of 1844?

  • 130. What was the hot topic in the presidential election of 1860?


Day 13 answers
Day 13 Answers

  • 121. Missouri

  • 122. Kansas-Nebraska Act

  • 123. Slave who sued for his freedom and lost

  • 124. radical abolitionist

  • 125. Harriet Beecher Stowe

  • 126. strong

  • 127. states

  • 128. Jefferson

  • 129. Annexation of Texas

  • 130. Slavery


Day 14
Day 14

  • 131. This political party was against the expansion of slavery

  • 132. This political party was against immigrants and immigration

  • 133. The Oregon Territory: annexed, bought, or negotiated through treaty?

  • 134. Event: French diplomats tried to bribe the US but Adams rejects it!

  • 135. Result of Nat Turner’s Rebellion?

  • 136. Anti-slavery movement is aka_______ Movement

  • 137. Brooks-Sumner Incident (1856) shows that the question of ___________ is a HOT topic!

  • 138. term: letting people decide the question of slavery

  • 139. What is the US position toward the French/British in the 1790s?

  • 140. Who invented the mechanical reaper?


Day 14 answers
Day 14 Answers

  • 131. Republicans

  • 132. Know Nothings

  • 133. negotiated through treaty

  • 134. XYZ Affair

  • 135. southern whites distrust slaves

  • 136. abolition

  • 137. slavery

  • 138. popular sovereignty

  • 139. neutrality

  • 140. Cyrus McCormick


Day 15
Day 15

  • 141. First instant transcontinental communication invention?

  • 142. Who invented the telegraph? The telephone?

  • 143. “54, 40 or FIGHT!” is a slogan connected to which land acquisition?

  • 144. Which bill proposed no slavery in the Mexican Cession but failed?

  • 145. Treaty of Guadalupe-Hildago settled which war?

  • 146. Which region? Cotton is King!

  • 147. Name 2 African American Abolitionists.

  • 148. Which Compromise included the Fugitive Slave Act?

  • 149. Result of the Kansas-Nebraska Act

  • 150. He led a raid at Harper’s Ferry


Day 15 answers
Day 15 Answers

  • 141. telegraph

  • 142. Samuel FB Morse; Alexander Graham Bell

  • 143. Oregon territory

  • 144. Wilmot Proviso

  • 145. Mexican

  • 146. south

  • 147. Truth, Douglass,

  • 148. Compromise of 1850

  • 149. Bleeding Kansas

  • 150 John Brown


Day 16
Day 16

  • 151. Term: the right to vote

  • 152. What political party was Lincoln a member of?

  • 153. What did the South vow to do if Lincoln was elected?

  • 154. Term: to break away, leave the Union

  • 155. Famous debate on the growth of slavery

  • 156. Where? First shots of the Civil War

  • 157. Who won the Election of 1860?

  • 158. Who established an American colony in Mexican territory?

  • 159. Who established the spoils system to get the “common man” in office?

  • 160. Who were the Yankees?


Day 16 answers
Day 16 Answers

  • 151. suffrage

  • 152. Republican

  • 153. secede

  • 154. secede

  • 155. Lincoln-Douglas debates

  • 156. Fort Sumter, SC

  • 157. Lincoln

  • 158. Stephen Austin

  • 159. Jackson

  • 160. Union/North


Day 17
Day 17

  • 161. UNION: 3 Advantages

  • 162. CONFEDERATE: 3 Advantages

  • 163. Where? 1st battle of the Civil War/ Who won?

  • 164. Where? Confederate capital/ Union capital

  • 165. Most effective general for the Union?

  • 166. Most effective general for the Confederacy?

  • 167. First ten amendments to the Constitution?

  • 168. Which battle made Jackson a war hero? Which war?

  • 169. Who was the “Hero of Vicksburg”?

  • 170. Civil War turning point battle by cutting the South into 2!


Day 17 answers
Day 17 Answers

  • 161. 1.more people 2.factories 3.more cash

  • 162. 1.good military leadership 2. home field advantage 3. determined

  • 163. Bull Run/ Confederates

  • 164. Richmond, VA/ Washington, DC

  • 165. Ulysses S. Grant

  • 166. Robert E. Lee

  • 167. Bill of Rights

  • 168. Battle of New Orleans (1815)/ War of 1812

  • 169. Ulysses S. Grant

  • 170. Vicksburg, Mississippi


Day 18
Day 18

  • 171. Civil War turning point: last Southern offense

  • 172. Who followed the scorched earth/total war policy?

  • 173. Where? Civil War surrender spot

  • 174. Who? President of the Confederacy/ Union

  • 175. Term: states loyal to the union, but allowed slavery

  • 176. Bloodiest battle of the Civil War(23,000 dead)

  • 177. Term: Northerners who support Southern secession

  • 178. Term: period of rebuilding after the Civil War

  • 179. Name the government program to help ex-slaves

  • 180. When did Reconstruction begin and end?


Day 18 answers
Day 18 Answers

  • 171. Gettysburg (Pennsylvania)

  • 172. General Sherman/ Sherman’s March

  • 173. Appomattox Courthouse, VA

  • 174. Davis/ Lincoln

  • 175. Border States

  • 176. Antietam

  • 177. Copperheads

  • 178. Reconstruction

  • 179. Freedman’s Bureau

  • 180. 1866-1877


Day 19
Day 19

  • 181. President Lincoln and Johnson’s Reconstruction Plan? Radical Republican’s Reconstruction Plan?

  • 182. Who? President after Lincoln’s assassination

  • 183. Who: extreme Republicans that want to punish the South for the Civil War

  • 184. Which president withdrew troops from the South, ending Reconstruction?

  • 185. Last 3 reasons that black citizens were denied the right to vote

  • 186. Who was impeached for violating the Tenure of Office Act?

  • 187. Term: tax on the right to vote

  • 188. This kept freed men in service jobs

  • 189. What kept the races legally separate?

  • 190. What replaced the plantation system of farming?


Day 19 answers
Day 19 Answers

  • 181. Forgive the South/Punish the South

  • 182. Andrew Johnson

  • 183. Radical Republicans

  • 184. Rutherford B. Hayes

  • 185. Poll taxes, literacy test, and grandfather clauses

  • 186. Andrew Johnson

  • 187. Poll tax

  • 188. Black Codes

  • 189. Jim Crow laws

  • 190. share cropping and tenant farming


Day 20
Day 20

  • 191. Term: Southerners profiting on Reconstruction/ Northerners

  • 192. List the Civil War/Reconstruction amendments

  • 193. Why was Andrew Johnson impeached?

  • 194. Why was Johnson REALLY impeached?

  • 195. Amendment: if you are born here, you are a citizen

  • 196. Treaty: US got the right of deposit in New Orleans

  • 197. You must read in order to vote

  • 198. Who was the founder of the Mormon faith?

  • 199. Which tribe did Chief Joseph belong to?

  • 200. Who helped build the 1st transcontinental railroad?


Day 20 answers
Day 20 Answers

  • 191. Scalawag/carpetbaggers

  • 192. 13, 14, and 15

  • 193. violated the Tenure of Office Act

  • 194. radicals felt he was too lenient towards the South

  • 195. 14

  • 196. Pinckney’s Treaty

  • 197. literacy test

  • 198. Joseph Smith

  • 199. Nez Perce

  • 200. Chinese and Irish immigrants


Day 21
Day 21

  • 201. What was discovered in California in 1848?

  • 202. Where did the 1st transcontinental railroad meet?

  • 203. Term: group who moved to California looking for gold

  • 204. Which president supported the Alien and Sedition Acts?

  • 205. Who made education exciting? Era?

  • 206. When did Jefferson buy the Louisiana Purchase?

  • 207. When did California officially become a free state?

  • 208. He proposed a national bank, high tariffs, and paying off debt

  • 209. What was the ultimate purpose of the Dawes Severalty Act?

  • 210. Turning points of the Civil War?


Day 21 answers
Day 21 Answers

  • 201. gold

  • 202. Promontory Point, Utah

  • 203. 49ers

  • 204. Adams

  • 205. Horace Mann/ Reform Movement

  • 206. 1803

  • 207. 1850

  • 208. Hamilton

  • 209. Assimilate American Indians into society

  • 210. Gettysburg and Vicksburg


Day 22
Day 22

  • 211. Who was the Common Man’s President?

  • 212. Group that supported the excise tax on whiskey

  • 213. term: loyal to the Union, but allowed slaves

  • 214. First shots of the war? 1st Battle? End of war?

  • 215. Which president ended Reconstruction?

  • 216. President of US during the Civil War? Presidents during reconstruction?

  • 217. Who said “Fight for your rights!”?

  • 218. Who said “Work within your segregated system.”?

  • 219. Which invention closed the “Open Range”?

  • 220. Term: incoming people to a country


Day 22 answers
Day 22 Answers

  • 211. Andrew Jackson

  • 212. Federalists

  • 213. Border states

  • 214. Ft Sumter, 1st Bull Run, Appomattox Courthouse

  • 215. Rutherford B. Hayes

  • 216. Lincoln/ Johnson, Grant and Hayes

  • 217. W.E.B. DuBois

  • 218. Booker T. Washington

  • 219. Barbed Wire

  • 220. Immigrants


Day 23
Day 23

  • 221. By 1890, _____% of American Indians lived on _________.

  • 222. What replaced the plantation system post Civil War?

  • 223. What law set up agricultural colleges in the mid 1800s?

  • 224. What are the three points of the Anaconda Plan?

  • 225. Who gave the “Cross of Gold” speech?

  • 226. Who created the first national bank?

  • 227. Who was the precedent setting president?

  • 228. Who believed that only the rich should rule?

  • 229. Who stated the idea of states rights and nullification?

  • 230. Who advised the nation not to get involved in foreign alliances?


Day 23 answers
Day 23 Answers

  • 221. 90, reservations

  • 222. sharecropping and tenant farming

  • 223. Morrill Land Grant Act

  • 224. 1. Blockade Southern ports 2. Control the Mississippi River 3. Scorched Earth Policy

  • 225. William Jennings Bryan

  • 226. Hamilton

  • 227. Washington

  • 228. Hamilton

  • 229. John C. Calhoun

  • 230. Washington


Day 24
Day 24

  • 231. 16th Amendment?

  • 232. Who were the Confederate states during the Civil War?

  • 233. Who invented/perfected the…

    • Light bulb - Mechanical Reaper

    • Sewing Machine - Telegraph

    • Telephone

  • 234. Term: rundown slum in a city

  • 235. What law banned Chinese immigration until 1965?

  • 236. Term: a contract that states that a worker will never join a union

  • 237. Term: contract negotiations between worker and employer

  • 238. Term: refusal to work

  • 239. Term: Northerners who wanted Southern secession

  • 240. Era: rapid urbanization, immigration, and industrialization


Day 24 answers
Day 24 Answers

  • 231. Income tax

  • 232. Southern states that seceded from the Union

  • 233. Light bulb-Edison/ Sewing Machine-Singer/Mechanical Reaper-McCormick/Telegraph-Morse/ Telephone-Bell

  • 234. tenement

  • 235. Chinese Exclusion Act of 1881

  • 236. yellow-dog contract

  • 237. Collective bargaining

  • 238. Strike

  • 239. Copperheads

  • 240. Gilded Age


Day 25
Day 25

  • 241. Who was the steel magnate in the late 1800s?

  • 242. Who was the railroad tycoon?

  • 243. Who was the banking tycoon?

  • 244. Who was the oil baron?

  • 245. 17th Amendment?

  • 246. Term: business practice with total control of a good/service

  • 247. Event: over 200 American Indians died, many women and kids

  • 248. Attitude of Title: positive or negative

    • A. tycoon

    • B. Robber baron

    • C. magnate

    • D. industrialist

    • E. captain of industry

  • 249. Two Party system came from _______ and _________

  • 250. Which industry?

    • A. Vanderbilt

    • B. Carnegie

    • C. Rockefeller

    • D. Morgan


Day 25 answers
Day 25 Answers

  • 241. Andrew Carnegie

  • 242. Cornelius Vanderbilt

  • 243. J.P. Morgan

  • 244. J.D. Rockefeller

  • 245. direct election of senators

  • 246. monopoly

  • 247. Sand Creek Massacre

  • 248. a. positive b. negative c. positive

    • Positive e. Positive

      249. Hamilton and Jefferson

      250. a. Railroad b. Steel c. Oil d. Finance


Day 26
Day 26

  • 251. Main goal of Unions?

  • 252. List 3 problems of workers during the Gilded Age

  • 253. What was the first national labor union called?

  • 254. Who was the founder of AF of L?

  • 255. Which labor union had skilled labor only?

  • 256. Who was the leader of the American Railway Union?

  • 257. Term: rapid growth of a city

  • 258. Term: government leaves business alone

  • 259. Term: in business, only the strong should survive

  • 260. Term: Carnegie’s belief that the wealthy should help the less fortunate


Day 26 answers
Day 26 Answers

  • 251. protects workers

  • 252. long hours, low wages, and unsafe working conditions

  • 253. Knights of Labor

  • 254. Samuel Gompers

  • 255. American Federation of Labor

  • 256. Debs

  • 257. urbanization

  • 258. laissez-faire

  • 259. social darwinism

  • 260. gospel of wealth


Day 27
Day 27

  • 261. Which group thought that the railroad industry was unfair?

  • 262. Court Case: states may set grain storage rates

  • 263. Term: workers unite to improve working conditions

  • 264. This law gave the federal government the power to regulate business between states

  • 265. This law outlawed trusts, but the law was weak

  • 266. Who violated the Tenure of Office Act?

  • 267. Confederate capital? Union capital?

  • 268. Document: 1823: Europe! Stay out of the Western Hemisphere!!!

  • 269. This treaty opened up farming in the Ohio/Mississippi River Valleys

  • 270. Court case: “Judicial Review”


Day 27 answers
Day 27 Answers

  • 261. Farmers

  • 262. Munn v. Illinois

  • 263. Union

  • 264. Interstate Commerce Act

  • 265. Sherman Anti-Trust Act

  • 266. Andrew Johnson

  • 267. Richmond, VA/ Washington, DC

  • 268. Monroe Doctrine

  • 269. Pinckney’s

  • 270. Marbury v. Madison


Day 28
Day 28

  • 271. Which nation went to war with the US in 1812?

  • 272. Term: 3rd party helps 2 sides with conflict

  • 273. Which law created the civil service system?

  • 274. Term: negotiating a contract

  • 275. Scandal: Congressmen helped the railroad company unfairly

  • 276. Term: citizens who left the Republican Party and supported civil service reform (1884)

  • 277. 16th Amendment

  • 278. 18th Amendment

  • 279. 16th-19th Amendments are called the ________ Amendments

  • 280. 13, 14, and 15 Amendments are called the ______ Amendments


Day 28 answers
Day 28 Answers

  • 271. Britain/England

  • 272. Mediation

  • 273. Pendleton Act

  • 274. Collective Bargaining

  • 275. Credit Mobilier Scandal

  • 276. Mugwumps

  • 277. Income tax

  • 278. Prohibition

  • 279. Progressive

  • 280. Civil War


Day 29
Day 29

  • 281. What are the Civil War amendments known as?

  • 282. Who: “I support farmers”

  • 283. Who: “I support the rich and the educated”

  • 284. “Taxation without Representation” document

  • 285. “To provide for the common defense” document

  • 286. Which union? Skilled labor

  • 287. What is the Grange?

  • 288. How did southern farmers “deal” with Jim Crow?

  • 289. Court case: state commissions can regulate railroad storage rates

  • 290. Which law created the civil service system?


Day 29 answers
Day 29 Answers

  • 281. Reconstruction amendments

  • 282. Jefferson

  • 283. Hamilton

  • 284. Declaration of Independence

  • 285. Constitution

  • 286. AF of L

  • 287. farmers organization

  • 288. Southern Colored Farmers Alliance

  • 289. Munn v. Illinois

  • 290. Pendleton Act


Day 30
Day 30

  • 291. Who won the election of 1896?

  • 292. List the 4 goals of the Populist Party.

  • 293. Which Populist goal was not met?

  • 294. Bi-metalism means using both ______ and _________ to back currency.

  • 295. What? Steel production: better, cheaper, stronger

  • 296. What led to the skyscraper and suspension bridges?

  • 297. Which strike “violated” the Sherman Anti-Trust Act?

  • 298. Term: court order ordering workers back to work

  • 299. Who: Union leader that went to jail

  • 300. Term: workers who crossed the union’s picket lines


Day 30 answers
Day 30 Answers

  • 291. McKinley

  • 292. graduated income tax, direct election of senators, secret ballot, and the nationalization of railroads

  • 293. nationalization of railroads

  • 294. gold and silver

  • 295. Bessemer Process

  • 296. Bessemer Process

  • 297. Pullman Strike

  • 298. injunction

  • 299. Eugene Debs

  • 300. scab


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