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Thursday, April 5

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  1. Thursday, April 5 • Update your Table of Contents DateEntry TitleEntry # 3/29 Westward expansion map 46 3/30 “Go West Young Man/Women” 47 4/3 Pioneer West movie 48 4/4 Immigration worksheet 49 4/5 Era of Reform notes 50 • Get out your worksheet from yesterday to make sure we have the right information

  2. Did Mrs. Siek take role???? Yes – go on to next slide No – GO TAKE ROLE NOW!!!!!

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  8. P. 407 / Wbk. p. 51

  9. Chapter14Section 1 A New Spirit of Change P. 51/ P. 404 A. Analyzing Causes As you read this section, use the chart below to take notes about the reasons why people migrated to the United States Push Factors Pull Factors • Population growth • Agricultural changes • Crop failures • Industrial Revolution • Religious and political turmoil

  10. Chapter14Section 1 A New Spirit of Change P. 51/ P. 404 A. Analyzing Causes As you read this section, use the chart below to take notes about the reasons why people migrated to the United States Push Factors Pull Factors • Population growth • Agricultural changes • Crop failures • Industrial Revolution • Religious and political turmoil • Freedom • Economic opportunity • Abundant land

  11. B. Finding Main Ideas Use the chart below to take notes about where different immigrant groups settled in the United States and why. Where did they settle? Why did they settle there? Scandinavians Germans Irish Chinese Midwest Area felt familiar

  12. B. Finding Main Ideas Use the chart below to take notes about where different immigrant groups settled in the United States and why. Where did they settle? Why did they settle there? Scandinavians Germans Irish Chinese Midwest Wisconsin, Texas In cities, on farms, frontier Area felt familiar Liked Wisconsin’s climate Texas- German nobles owned land, sold to them

  13. B. Finding Main Ideas Use the chart below to take notes about where different immigrant groups settled in the United States and why. Where did they settle? Why did they settle there? Scandinavians Germans Irish Chinese Midwest Wisconsin, Texas In cities, on farms, frontier Port cities Area felt familiar Liked Wisconsin’s climate Texas- German nobles owned land, sold to them No savings & few job skills Had to stay in port cities http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YQNKWrbemkY&feature=related

  14. C. Recognizing Effects Explain how some Americans responded to the immigrants. Nativists- resented & feared immigrants Some refused to hire them

  15. B. Finding Main Ideas Use the chart below to take notes about where different immigrant groups settled in the United States and why. Where did they settle? Why did they settle there? Scandinavians Germans Irish Chinese Midwest Wisconsin, Texas In cities, on farms, frontier Port cities California Area felt familiar Liked Wisconsin’s climate Texas- German nobles owned land, sold to them No savings & few job skills Had to stay in port cities Famine Escaping Civil War Gold Rush

  16. #50April 5:The Reforming Spirit • Reform *A movement that tries to make changes in society that corrects social abuses and living conditions. *Started with the Second Great Awakening (religious fervor in the 1800’s) *People would meet from all over and listen to preachers speak about reform

  17. #50April 5:The Reforming Spirit • Reform *A movement that tries to make changes in society that corrects social abuses and living conditions. *Started with the Second Great Awakening (religious fervor in the 1800’s) *People would meet from all over and listen to preachers speak about reform • Temperance *Alcohol was blamed for poverty, crime, the break up of families, and insanity *Reformers wanted little or no drinking *Some states passed laws banning the making and selling of alcohol (prohibition)

  18. Social Reform • http://www.hippocampus.org/History%20%26%20Government?uak=ipw

  19. #50April 5:The Reforming Spirit • Reform *A movement that tries to make changes in society that corrects social abuses and living conditions. *Started with the Second Great Awakening (religious fervor in the 1800’s) *People would meet from all over and listen to preachers speak about reform • Temperance *Alcohol was blamed for poverty, crime, the break up of families, and insanity *Reformers wanted little or no drinking *Some states passed laws banning the making and selling of alcohol (prohibition) • Education *1820’s children of farmers did not go to school and the wealthy had tutors *Horace Mann (from Mass.) started the “common school” movement -offering free public education that was funded by the government -Formed “normal schools” to train teachers

  20. Humanitarian Reform • http://www.hippocampus.org/History%20%26%20Government?uak=ipw

  21. #50April 5:The Reforming Spirit IV. Hospital and *Dorothea Dix Prison Reform *Before = were in chains and lived in cages Children and adults were not separated Mentally ill were treated as criminals Insufficient mental hospitals *After= New Asylums Stopped putting debtors in prison Special justice system for children Cruel punishment outlawed

  22. Abolitionism http://www.hippocampus.org/History%20%26%20Government?uak=ipw