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Was the USA a good place to live in 1920s?

Was the USA a good place to live in 1920s?

Was the USA a good place to live in 1920s?. A very brief set of notes…. Life for Black people. The urban/rural divide. Prohibition. Was the USA a good place to live in the 1920s?. This presentation will look at 3 main areas: Life for Black people The urban/rural divide Prohibition

By Samuel
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Religion in the Gilded Age

Religion in the Gilded Age

Religion in the Gilded Age. Fundamentalism and the Social Gospel. Two Distinct Movements.

By lori
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Roaring ‘20s!!!!!

Roaring ‘20s!!!!!

Roaring ‘20s!!!!!. The Age of Normalcy The Age of the Flapper The Jazz Age. Reasons it happens. End of WWI leads to a new attitude (Eat drink and be merry, for tomorrow we die!) United States enters an economic boom due to total war (everyone NEEDS a car, washing machine, house, etc)

By vlora
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The Gilded Age-Farmer’s Revolt

The Gilded Age-Farmer’s Revolt

The Gilded Age-Farmer’s Revolt. Economic Conditions Problems with the currency Granger Movement Farmer’s Alliances The Omaha Platform of 1892 The Election of 1896. Farmer’s “villains”. The Railroads. Farmer’s “villains”. The Railroads High Tariffs. Farmer’s “villains”. The Railroads

By calida
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The Rise and Fall of the Populist Party 1867-1896

The Rise and Fall of the Populist Party 1867-1896

The Rise and Fall of the Populist Party 1867-1896 . Farmers’ Problems:. Lower prices for crops Farmers had no cash . . .went further into debt. . . foreclosed on mortgages Railroads charged outrageous prices to ship crops (no regulation!). Farmers’ Demands:.

By nanji
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The United States After the Civil War

The United States After the Civil War

The United States After the Civil War. Reconstruction: 1865-1877 . 17. Andrew Johnson – 1865-1869 . 18. U.S. Grant – 1869-1877. Nathan Bedford Forrest – 1821-1877 . The Reconstruction Amendments. 13 th Amendment 1865 -- freedom 14 th Amendment 1867 -- citizenship

By kavindra
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Farmers & the Populist Movement In the late 1800’s Farmers faced increasing costs & decreasing crop prices.

Farmers & the Populist Movement In the late 1800’s Farmers faced increasing costs & decreasing crop prices.

Why had farming become unprofitable during this period? Falling prices (surplus of crops) High transportation costs (power of railroads) Scarcity of good land (poor weather conditions-drought) High rates of interests . Why did farmers support the free coinage of silver?

By limei
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The History of Political Parties

The History of Political Parties

The History of Political Parties. Parties v. factions. Parties Group that seeks to elect candidates to public office by supplying them with a label by which they are known to the electorate Factions Groups trying to obtain power or benefits

By carlynda
(216 views)

Gilded Age

Gilded Age

Gilded Age. Pulling it all together…. Gilded Age and Race/Ethnic Conflict. African-Americans Civil Rights Cases (1883) Plessy v. Ferguson (1896) Lynchings Booker T. Washington’s “Atlanta Compromise” Anti-Chinese Agitation in West Dennis Kearny Chinese Exclusion Act Nativism in the East

By ellery
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Guided Reading Activity 18-1

Guided Reading Activity 18-1

Guided Reading Activity 18-1. NOTES. 1. Colorado and Nevada Copper, lead & zinc 2. To ship metals east and bring food and supplies to the miners in the west. Also, to make travel easier 3. The Civil War caused a shortage of beef.

By ross
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Gilded Age Politics

Gilded Age Politics

Gilded Age Politics. Chapter 8 (modern) America: Pathways to the Present. Politics in the Gilded Age. Gilded Age - ‘covered with a thin layer of gold’ Wealth and prosperity and progress VS. Urban, labor, and farming problems and big business corruption. Gilded Age Politics.

By calum
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Legal Decisions Regarding the Teaching of Evolution.

Legal Decisions Regarding the Teaching of Evolution.

Legal Decisions Regarding the Teaching of Evolution. Scopes Trial. Butler Act “It shall be unlawful for any teacher to teach any theory that denies the Story of the Divine Creation on man as taught in the Bible, and teach instead that man has descended from a lower order of animal”

By luther
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The Church Versus Galileo

The Church Versus Galileo

RELIGION. SCIENCE. On this new champion, Galileo, the whole war was at last concentrated. His discoveries had clearly taken the Copernican theory out the list of hypotheses, and had placed it before the world as a truth. Against him, then, the war was long and bitter.

By zahina
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Objective 4.01: Compare and contrast the different groups of people who migrated to the West and describe the problems

Objective 4.01: Compare and contrast the different groups of people who migrated to the West and describe the problems

Objective 4.01: Compare and contrast the different groups of people who migrated to the West and describe the problems they experienced. Why did settlers Move West to Great Plains?. Pull Factors: – Lure of Gold and Silver – Building of railroads – Lure of Land (farming). Push Factors:

By bill
(117 views)

The Scientific Revolution

The Scientific Revolution

The Scientific Revolution. 16th – 20 th Century Philosophy of Science. New systems: Copernican Revolution, Galileo, Descartes, Newton New reliance on experiment Separation of science from politics (ie religion & government)

By phaedra
(71 views)

Becoming a World Power, 1898-1917

Becoming a World Power, 1898-1917

Chapter 22. Becoming a World Power, 1898-1917. © 2003 Wadsworth Group All rights reserved. The United States Looks Abroad. By the 19 th Century, many Americans were looking to extend their reach abroad: Protestant Missionaries Businessmen Imperialists.

By kyrie
(634 views)

American Government Chapters 9 & 10 Outline

American Government Chapters 9 & 10 Outline

American Government Chapters 9 & 10 Outline. Chapter 9 Overview: Political Parties

By teal
(105 views)

Ch 16 Politics and Reform

Ch 16 Politics and Reform

Ch 16 Politics and Reform. Wizard of Oz Characters. Dorothy Munchkins Wizard Yellow Brick Road Silver Slippers Toto Tin Man Scarecrow Lion Oz Emerald City Wicked Witch of the West. Sec 1 Stalemate in Washington.

By cachet
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Wizard of Oz: An Allegory for the Populist Movement in the 1890’s

Wizard of Oz: An Allegory for the Populist Movement in the 1890’s

Wizard of Oz: An Allegory for the Populist Movement in the 1890’s. American History 2010-11. Allegory. Mode of representation that conveys the meaning of a message through symbolic figures and actions. Examples: Grim Reaper = Death X-men = racial minorities

By stefan
(129 views)

United States History Chapter 18

United States History Chapter 18

United States History Chapter 18. Higher Order Thinking Skills Homework. 1. Explain the economic and cultural factors that fueled the growth of American imperialism. What is the policy of imperialism?

By daw
(218 views)

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