United States History. End of Course Exam Review. Delia Chacon Cypress Creek High School Orlando, FL. Civil War, Reconstruction, and Westward Expansion. Civil War. Missouri Compromise Compromise of 1850 Dred Scott Decision Kansas Nebraska Act Free-Soil Party Abolitionism
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United States History End of Course Exam Review Delia Chacon Cypress Creek High School Orlando, FL
Civil War, Reconstruction, and Westward Expansion Civil War • Missouri Compromise • Compromise of 1850 • Dred Scott Decision • Kansas Nebraska Act • Free-Soil Party • Abolitionism • States’ Rights • Protective Tariffs • Nullification • Secession
What were the significant causes of the Civil War? What were the consequences of the Civil War?
Carpetbaggers • Radical Republicans • Freedmen’s Bureau • Sharecropping • Debt Peonage • Jim Crow Laws • Ku Klux Klan • Black Codes • The Nadir • 13th Amendment • 14th Amendment • 15th Amendment Reconstruction
Who were the significant people or groups of Reconstruction? What were their major goals for Reconstruction? What issues divided Republicans during early Reconstruction? What impact did the 13th, 14th and 15th Amendments have on American Society? Compare the effects of Black Codes and the Nadir on freed people. What were the effects of sharecropping and debt peonage as practiced in the United States? How did Jim Crow Laws impact life for African Americans and other minorities? How did the Compromise of 1877 impact the U.S.?
Westward Expansion • Reservation System • Westward Expansion • Bureau of Indian Affairs • Dawes Act • Homestead Act • Americanism • Buffalo Soldiers
How did Westward Expansion influence the life of Native Americans? What was the purpose of the Dawes Act? What impact did the Dawes Act have on Native Americans? What was the purpose of the BIA (Bureau of Indian Affairs)? Why were the Ghost Dances perceived as a threat to peace? What was the impact of Wounded Knee on Native Americans?
Industrialization Farmers • Agricultural Surplus • Farmer’s Alliance • Cross of Gold Speech • Populism • William Jennings Bryant • Grange • Granger Laws • Munn v. Illinois • Wabash v. Illinois • Interstate Commerce Act • Sherman Silver Purchase Act
What were the economic challenges to American Farmers ? How did the farmers respond to these challenges in the mid to late 1800s? In what way were the railroads responsible for U.S. time zones?
Second Industrial Revolution • Innovation • Capital • Bessemer Process • Monopolies • Corporations • Stock • Market Economy • Laissez-Faire • Vertical Integration
Second Industrial Revolution • Horizontal Integration • American Federation of Labor • Knights of Labor • Wobblies • Lucy Gonzalez Parsons • Samuel Gompers • Terrence Powderly • Eugene Debs • Anarchists
Second Industrial Revolution • Socialists • Marxism • Haymarket Riot • Homestead Strike • Pullman Strike • Ludlow Massacre • Sherman Anti-Trust Act • Arbitration • Lockout • Closed Shop
Second Industrial Revolution • Robber Barons • John D. Rockefeller • Andrew Carnegie • Cornelius Vanderbilt • Henry Flagler • William (Boss) Tweed • Political Machines
Compare and contrast the first and second Industrial Revolutions in the United States. Identify the significant inventors and inventions from the second Industrial Revolution? What caused the development of the labor movement of the late 19th and early 20th centuries? What were the obstacles facing the labor unions in the late 19th and early 20th centuries? How did the labor movement impact America in the late 19th and early 20th centuries? What was the impact of political machines on U.S. cities in the late 19th and early 20th centuries? Identify key events and people in Florida history as they relate to U.S. history during this time period.
Immigration • Urbanization • Chinese Immigration Act of 1862, 1882, 1885 • Chinese Exclusionary Act • Gentlemen’s Agreement • Urban Centers • Ellis Island • Angel Island • Social Darwinism • Nativists
How did the U.S. change as it shifted from an agrarian to an industrial society? Compare and contrast the experience of European immigrants in the East to that of Asian immigrants in the West. Explain the relationship between political bosses in the east with immigrants? How did the nativists feel about immigration in the East? What incident in San Francisco led to the Gentlemen’s Agreement? How did Japan respond to the Gentlemen’s Agreement ?
Progressive Era • Government Regulation of Food and Drugs • Child Labor • Settlement Houses • Hull House • Jane Addams • Triangle Shirtwaist Fire • National Women’s Party • Alice Paul • Suffrage Movement • Social Gospel Movement
Progressive Era • Temperance Movement • Carrie Nation • Muckrakers • Ida Tarbell • Lincoln Steffens • Ida B. Wells • Upton Sinclair • Jacob Reiss • Julius Chambers • Nellie Bly • Henry Lloyd
What social problems needed to be addressed in the U.S. in the late 19th early 20th centuries? How did different non-governmental organizations and Progressives work to shape public policy, restore economic opportunities and correct injustices in American life?
Imperialism and World War I Imperialism • Expansionism • Imperialism • Annexation • Alfred Thayer Mahan • The Influence of Sea Power upon History • Yellow Journalism • Joseph Pulitzer • William Randolph Hearst
Imperialism • Propaganda • White Man’s Burden • Teller Amendment • Platt Amendment • Spanish American War • Rough Riders • Open door Policy • Philippines
Imperialism • Roosevelt Corollary • Big Stick Diplomacy • Treaty of Portsmouth • Panama Canal • Yellow Fever • The Great White Fleet • Square Deal • Dollar Diplomacy • 16th & 17th Amendments
What were the major factors that drove the U.S. imperialism? What were the causes, course and consequences of the Spanish American War? What were the economic motivations for the U.S. to complete the Panama Canal? What was the military importance of the Panama Canal? What were the major obstacles to the Panama Canal's completion? Why did the U.S. maintain control of the Panama Canal? When was this control relinquished ?
World War I • Nationalism • Militarism • Entangling Alliances • Black Hand • Isolationism • Neutrality • Moral Diplomacy • Sussex Pledge • Lusitania
World War I • Technology and Types of Warfare • Zimmerman Telegram • Selective Service Act • Conscientious Objector • Espionage Act 1917 • Sedition Act 1918 • Women in WWI • Hispanics in WWI
World War I • African Americans in WWI • Home Front • Great Migration • Committee on Public Information • Propaganda • War Bonds • War Industries Board
World War I • Armistice • Big Four • Fourteen Points • League of Nations • Reparations • Treaty of Versailles
What were the causes , course and consequences of U.S. involvement in WWI? How did the U.S. government prepare the nation for WWI? What new technology and strategies were used and what impact did they have on warfare and the people involved ? Compare and contrast the experiences of African Americans, Hispanics, Asians, women and conscientious objectors during WWI. How did WWI impact German Americans, Asian Americans, African Americans, Hispanic Americans, Jewish Americans, Native Americans, women and dissenters on the home front ?
1920s and the Great Depression 1920s • Harding & Normalcy • Teapot Dome Scandal • Washington Naval Conference • Demobilization • Disarmament • Four Power Treaty • Fordney-McCumber Act • Dawes Plan 1924
1920s • 18th Amendment • 19th Amendment • Volstead Act • Prohibition • Flappers • Revenuers • Rise of Organized Crime
1920s • Fundamentalist’s Movement • ACLU • Eugenics • Evolution • Monkey Trial 1925 • First Red Scare • Palmer Raids • Communists • FBI • J Edgar Hoover • Sacco & Vanzetti
1920s • Jones Act of 1917 • Emergency Quota Act 1921 • National Origins Act 1924 • Harlem Renaissance • Jazz Age • Zora Neale Hurston • Langston Hughes • Cotton Club • Apollo Theatre • Savoy Ballroom
1920s • Marcus Garvey • United Negro Improvement Association • Booker T. Washington • W.E.B. DuBois • NAACP • Ocoee Race Riot 1920 • OrdenHijos de América 1921 • Rosewood 1923 • LULAC 1929
1920s • Seminole Indians in the service industry 1920s • Economic Boom • Modernization of Factories • Mass Production • Assembly Line • Advertising • Consumerism • Credit • Laissez Faire
What were the economic outcomes of demobilization? Describe efforts by the U.S. and other world powers to avoid future wars. What was the Red Scare and how did the public react to it? What was the impact of U.S. foreign economic policy during the 1920s ? How did the economic boom during the Roaring Twenties change consumers, businesses, manufacturing and marketing practices?
What influence did Hollywood, the Harlem Renaissance, Fundamentalism, and prohibition have in changing American society in the 1920s? Compare the views of Booker T, Washington, W.E.B. DuBois, and Marcus Garvey relating to the African American experience. Examine the freedom movements that advocated civil rights for African Americans, Latinos. Asians and women. Explain why support for the Ku Klux Klan varied in the 1920s with respect to issues such as anti-immigration, anti-African American, anti-Catholic, anti-Jewish, anti-women, and anti-union ideas. How did society show support for and resistance to civil rights for women, African Americans , Native Americans, and other minorities?
Great Depression • Bull Market • Land Speculation • Stock Speculation • Over-Production • Unequal Distribution of Wealth • Buying on Margin • Gross National Product • Black Tuesday
Great Depression • Economic Depression • Foreclosure • Recession • Soup Kitchen • Breadline • Hooverville • Shantytown • Bank Run • Bank Holiday
Great Depression • Gold Standard • Bonus Expeditionary Force (bonus army) • Sit- Down Strike • First 100 Days • New Deal • FDIC • Wagner Act • NRA • AAA • CCC
Great Depression • SSA • TVA • WPA • Smoot –Hawley Tariff • Dust Bowl • Oakies • 20th Amendment • 21st Amendment
What were the causes, course and consequences of the Great Depression? How did both domestic and foreign economic policies impact the Great Depression? What was the difference between the first and second New Deal? Explain Roosevelt’s attempt at court packing? Describe the conditions for Migrant Workers and Oakies. What impact did Steinbeck’s The Grapes of Wrath have on American society? What role did Hollywood play in the Great Depression? What was Florida’s role in land speculation?
World War II Wartime Early Years • Neutrality Acts • Cash and Carry • Lend Lease Act • Homefront • Rosie the Riveter • Militarism • Japanese Oil Embargo • Japanese Imperialism • Europe First Strategy
Wartime Europe • Fascism • Benito Mussolini • Nazism • Adolph Hitler • Anti Semitism • Nuremberg Laws • Holocaust • Concentration Camps • Kristallnacht
Wartime Europe • Ghetto • Genocide • Final Solution • Blitzkrieg • Panzer • U-boat • D-Day and Normandy • Battle of the Bulge • V-E Day
Wartime Japan • Pearl Harbor • Japanese American Internment • Midway • Coral Sea • Island Hopping • Neisei • Kamikazes • Nagasaki • Hiroshima • V-J Day
Planning for Peace • Yalta Conference • Tehran • Conference • Potsdam • Nuremberg Trials • Japanese War Crimes Trials • Atlantic Charter • United Nations • Mary McLeod Bethune
What were the causes, course and consequences of WWII on the U.S. and the world? How did the U.S. assist the Allies prior to its entry into WWII? How did the Holocaust impact Jews as well as other groups during WWII? How did the United states expand or contract rights for various populations during WWII? Analyze the use of atomic weapons during WWII and the aftermath of the bombings? How did the Allies attempt to promote international justice through the Nuremburg Trials and the Japanese War Crimes Trials? What was the rationale for the formation of the United Nations, including the contribution of Mary McLeod Bethune?
Post War U.S and The Cold War Post War U.S. • Demobilization • Marshall Plan • Truman Doctrine • NATO • Satellite Nations • Containment • Declaration of Human Rights • Iron Curtain • Berlin Airlift • Collective Security • GI Bill of Rights • Levittown
What were the causes, course and consequences of WWII on the U.S. and the world? How did the U.S. assist the Allies prior to its entry into WWII? How did the Holocaust impact Jews as well as other groups during WWII? How did the United states expand or contract rights for various populations during WWII? Analyze the use of atomic weapons during WWII and the aftermath of the bombings?
How did the Allies attempt to promote international justice through the Nuremburg Trials and the Japanese War Crimes Trials? What was the rationale for the formation of the United Nations, including the contribution of Mary McLeod Bethune? What were the causes for post WWII prosperity and its effects on American Society? Compare the relative prosperity between different ethnic groups and social classes in the post WWII period. How did the status of women change in the United States from post WWII to present?