History 1302 Review for Second Major Exam Spring 2011 Material from first exam that may

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y y y y y y y y y y Definition of Reconstruction Ten Percent Plan Wade-Davis Bill Johnson¶s Reconstruction Plan Reconstruction Acts of 1867 Homestead Act of 1862 Jim Crow Laws Definition of the concept of New South Disenfranchisement George Custer

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Rural migration to the city Immigration o New immigrants o Motivations for immigration o Ellis Island o Chain migration Slums and ghettos Victorian morality Political machines o Political bosses o Thomas Nash Salvation Army Charles Parkhurst Anthony Comstock The Social Gospel Baseball, saloons, boxing Know the time frame for the Gilded Age What were the characteristics of the Gilded Age? Know the differences and similarities between the Republican and Democratic Parties during the Gilded Age. Laissez-faire Grand Army of the Republic Legal Tender Act The Spoils System Understand the impact of the 1877 and 1880 elections on the Spoils System Assassination of James Garfield Chester Arthur Pendleton Civil Service Act The Depression of 1893 J.P. Morgan August Belmont Imperialism, isolationism, and foreign alliances Alfred T. Mahan, Henry Cabot Lodge, and Theodore Roosevelt in terms in imperialism Reasons for change in U.S. foreign policy in the late nineteenth century and how it change. The Influence of Sea Power Upon History Review reading material over Hawaii and the Panama Canal Spanish American War o Who was involved in the war? o Valeriano Weyler o Impact of newspapers and which newspapers are involved in the event o U.S.S. Maine o George Dewey o Rough Riders o Naval blockade

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Military Action on July 1, 1898 Secretary of State John Hay¶s famous quote Impact of war on Theodore Roosevelt Teller and Platt Amendments Treaty of Paris 1898  Imperialists vs. Anti-Imperialists  Terms of the treaty Emilio Aguinaldo Philippine conflict Philippine Government Act of 1902 o William Howard Taft 1900 Presidential Election o Know the candidates o Assassination of McKinley after the election and his replacement ³Speak softly but carry a big stick´ The Open Door Policy o Secretary of State John Hay o The Boxer Rebellion o The Second Open Door Notes Impact of Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire Progressivism o Reform movement; not radicalism o Versus populism o The Muckrakers  Henry Demarest Lloyd  Upton Sinclair Read about the features of progressivism o Democracy o Efficiency o Regulation Prohibition o Women¶s Christian Temperance Union o Anti-Saloon League o 18th amendment and 21st amendment Teddy Roosevelt¶s square deal o Northern Securities Company o Elkins Act Presidential Election of 1904 Meat Inspection of 1906 Pure Food and Drug Act of 1906 1908 Election William Howard Taft o Tariff Issue o Ballinger-Pinchot Controversy o Roosevelt vs. Taft o o o o o

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o Dollar Diplomacy o Antitrust Case against U.S. Steel 1912 Election o Progressive party o Woodrow Wilson, Theodore Roosevelt, and William Howard Taft Woodrow Wilson the Progressive o Federal Reserve Act of 1913 o Federal Trade Commission (1914) o Keating Owen Child Labor Law (1916)

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