The United States. 1750 - 1919. Involvement in industrialization, the rise of nationalism, imperialism, World War I, and the Treaty of Versailles. Industrialization in the U.S. Working conditions were horrendous with long hours for low wages
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1750 - 1919
Involvement in industrialization, the rise of nationalism, imperialism, World War I, and the Treaty of Versailles.
During the Industrial Revolution it was common for children to work in factories.
in unsanitary conditions where their water source was
the same water they did their business in.
Industrilization was a period in which items became manufactured by machines.
This picture depicts a battle in the Mexican-American War. This document is a proclamation of War against the British signed by U.S
president James Madison.
John Hay presents Jules Cambon $20M per Treaty of Paris
Spanish-American War, water routes.
U.S. sailed from Hong Kong to Philippines Island to fight on Manila Bay with the Spanish. Spanish fleet was destroyed by Americans
The British passenger liner that sank in 1915 at the hands of a German submarine, 128 Americans killed.
The “Big 4" of the Paris Peace Conference: (L to R) Lloyd George of England, Orlando of Italy, Clemenceau of France, and Woodrow Wilson of the United States.
Wilson addressing Congress -- The Fourteen Point Speech.