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Hey guys this is week 1 of notes for our History Class. Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. It talks about Lincoln, his plan for Reconstruction, Andrew Johnson and his way for Reconstruction, along with the Radical Republicans, to the point where Grant is President.
Hey guys I know this was a short week, but here is the notes for Wednesday and Friday. I hope they help with the exam approaching soon.
This week of notes covered the Grover Cleveland, John D Rockefeller, as well as why we moved Westward, along with workers condition, and Thomas Edison.
These are week 3 notes that talk about the Gilded Age, John D Rockefeller, workers conditions, as well as why we moved west.
This is the last week of notes before September 28. The notes cover Imperial America, Spanish and Phill. War
These are the notes for Monday before the Exam on September 30th.
September 30th Lecture Notes
Hello I have uploaded all the history notes until 10/19/2015. Hope you all find them useful. Thank you.
Hi, I hope you find my notes useful. Thank you.
These lecture notes cover the assassination of William Mckinley, the start of the progressive era, what Theodore Roosevelt did in his Presidency such as breaking up trusts and the 1902 coal strike
These lecture notes mention "The Jungle", along with Teddy Roosevelt passing FDA, FBI, how he conserved land, election 1908 with William Howard Taft, but then Teddy Roosevelt comes back and proposes new nationalism, and Blue Moose Party
This lecture involves the 1912 Election with Woodrow Wilson being progressive still and what he did as President. The 1914 Federal Trade Commission, child labor, the changes in business like Henry Ford Motors. At the end of the notes it is the start of WWI
This lecture is literally WWI, the allies, how it started, Black Hand, Germans, the weapons involved, mustard gas, and tanks,
This lecture goes into how the United States gets involved in WWI, how they violate neutrality, who they side with, and what they do
These notes continue WWI, talks about what Wilson wants "League of Nations", what happens with Germany, The Treaty of Ver., the social demographic changes, explains the Mexican Revolution, The red scare, the 1920 Election with Warren G Harding
These notes talk about the Great Migration, the time from 1919-1929 the return of normalcy, woman, more of the red scare and immigrants, and more in depth of the 1920 election
This lecture is the end of president harding, and the beginning of Calvin Coolidge and what he does of as president such as the National Immigration act, why the u.s is wealthy, kkk, and the fun stuff like babe ruth
These notes reviews what happened last time as Coolidge as President, then goes into Herbert Hoovers Presidency, The Great Depression and how it got started.
This day in lecture, talks about the New deal and all the policies that were done under Roosevelt. This includes FDIC, WPA, Security Exchange Act, and CCC.
These notes contain the criticism of Roosevelt's New deal, and the beginning of WWI with Adolf Hitler and his thoughts of Fascism and Germany being superior.
These notes are the beginning of the lectures for the next test. They talk about what went on in WWII, how the U.S thinks Europe is going in another war. Talks about FDR, cash carry plan, peace time draft, Japan, what is going on in Japan in 1930s-1940s, Bersheba code, and Pearl Harbor.
This counties to go over what was said in the last notes... japan got in war, u.s cut of thier resources, pearl harbor. How the united states contributed to the war, the bucero program, what the u.s had to do to sacrifice for the soilders, woman, prisoners of war, mentioning stalin and hitler.
This goes over the beginning of last lecture notes like pow, how u.s contributed to war. Then goes into to talk about the Nazi battle at Stalingrad, operation torch, the 1940s of the war, attack on normity beach, ylta conference, what they decided to do, and the start of the cold war.
These notes are talking about the cold war. what communism is vs capatlism. How the war starts, the years of 1940's with the war, distrust coming from the soviet union, Harry S Truman =anti communism = president= containment plan. Talks about how to contain communism with spys and cia. Talks about the Marshall Plan giving money to countries hurt by WWII
Like always these notes go over what was said last time, war on markets, containment plan that contains communism, marshall plan. Then goes into talking about NATO, talks about communism in china, communist in Korea, what Harry S Truman does, indo china, the times of 1940's. this also talks about latin america and what the u.s does to prevent communism there.
These notes go over a little of the containment plan, the korea war, vieatnam. then goes into talk Jacob Arbenz, how the u.s investigates him. Then the lecture goes into the cold war and how it effects the u.s at home. People have faith in the banks, start spending. The u.s telling the public about the soviets being communist. Then goes into what Harry Truman does to see who is communist in certain
These notes talk about Dwlight Einsehower, federal aid highway act, what happened under Einsehower, the airplane industry, 1950's, nuclear power plants, rocketry, the space race, Project Mercury, and the appolo program.
These notes go over the election with Richard Nixon and John F. Kennedy. The characteristics of both men. The split of the Democratic party. Goes into the campaign with JFK. Then goes into detail about the Cuban Missile Crisis with Fidel Castro and the Soviets including bay of pigs, and how the missile crisis could have been WWIII. Overall communism when fidel castro got in power
The beginning of these notes go over the Cuba Missile Crisis in detail. Then goes right on to to talk about what African Americans had to go through throughout the years. Talks about NAACP, and the cases that got involved like Sweat v. Painter, brown vs board of education, Martin Luther King and what he did in to get JFKs attention. Also peaceful protest
Just like all the notes, these say what happened last class, like sweat v painter. These notes talk about MLK and what he wants to do to get northerners attention on whats going on with blacks being mistreated. Lyndon Johnson is President, and does Civil Rights Act of 1964. These notes also talk about Strong Therman, Selma Alabama, 1960s time, and what LBJ did as president such as job core, and med
This is the final exam study guide along with answers. Good luck for the finals.
Final Research Paper
US History Paper Assignment Outline
First two week notes.
All three weeks of notes. History1312-010 since 1865.
The notes from 3rd week of the class.
Lecture #1 over what history is
Notes over lecture 2, The Fall of Reconstruction
Lecture #3, The RIse of Jim Crow
This document is the entire week's worth of notes. I have provided many comments about the significance of each event. I hope this helps!
The Great Wars of the West
A Wild West and Lost Frontier
The New Industrial Order
Immigration, race and eugenics in the gilded age
This study guide covers events from The Freedmen's Bureau ( 1865) to all the way throughout the Antiquities Act. Required dates are on the sides.
workers fight back
Populism and Progressive Era
This is a detailed set of notes for Thursday's lecture. I hope that this can help you prepare for the exam on Friday.
Week of Feb. 22nd
Hello! This is today's lecture notes for our new professor!
This is the lecture for class on March 03, 2016
This is the lecture notes for March 10, 2016
This is the study guide to history 1312, exam 2. Hope its of beneficial to viewers.
Most of the notes taken for HIST 1312 during Spring 2016
Notes from Tuesdays lecture that covered documents of succession of Mississippi and Texas
These notes cover what we went over in lecture in this first week of classes.
Chapter 16 & 17 lecture notes
These notes cover the lectures from Wednesday and Friday, the 7th and the 9th. I will be posting notes over the textbook chapter we need to read about Reconstruction soon. Keep a look out for those!
These notes cover the lectures from class this week on September 12, 14, and 16.
These are the notes from class of lecture 1
Here are my notes from Week 1 and 2 of the course. It may not be perfect, but I do hope it is helpful for some!
These notes cover the end of Reconstruction and the beginning of the Gilded Age. I apologize if any of the photos are blurry. I will certainly use Black ink next time I upload my notes.
This is a study guide for the exam on Monday.
UPDATE - added the answers
These notes cover this week's lectures
These are notes for 9/26, 9/28, and 9/30.
These are the notes from 10/3, 10/5, and 10/7.
These cover the lectures from 10/10, 10/12, and 10/14.
These notes cover the lectures from 10/17, 10/19, and 10/21.
This is a study guide/review for the midterm on 10/28.
10/24 and 10/26
Notes from this week
11/7, 11/9, 11/11 notes
11/14, 11/16, 11/18
Notes from this week's lectures.
Notes over lectures
Final exam review
Final exam review in details
week 9 notes
These notes will cover the first Chapter of Unit 1.
sample notes for history class.
These notes cover the first materials viewed in this class.
These Notes cover possible material that will appear in the exam.
These notes cover the industrialization, urbanization, and the life of immigrants during the 19th century.
quiz answers for map and quiz 1 and notes
These notes might cover what will be presented in the midterm exam.
Week 4 notes
notes from the powerpoint and discussions in class
this material covers the entire syllabus for exam 1
These notes cover week 3 syllabus.
this study is basically the terms that where provided by the professor and i just went a little in depth on the concepts
this material cover whats going to come in exam 2.
week 7 notes
these notes contain immigration paper
week 14 notes
week 16 notes
week 17 notes
study guide for finals
Reconstruction of America, the Civil War along with the aftermath which tries to unify the country. Manifest Destiny, this is includes Westward Expansion, the Homestead Act, and the growing of different industries such as farming, mining, etc., it's also a brief look on the Indian Wars.
These notes cover multiple topics such as: Manifest Destiny,
Lincoln & the land acts passed under him,
The birth of industries (land, farming, mining),
Conflict with the Natives,
The Rail Road
And all the Details of the Gilded Age
Week 1 of notes (1/16/18 and 1/18/18)
An overview of The Gilded Age, the beginning of Industrialization in America. The rise of Populism, the downfall of Populism, and the legacy of Populism
These notes cover the entire Lesson #16 from the Class Outline provided on the BlackBoard class. UTA Spring 2018 Dr. Folsom (1/23, 1/25, 1/30)
The topics that are covered in these notes are:
- The Frontier & Manifest Destiny
- Westward Expansion
- Farmers & the Populist Movement
- Progressivism & Robber barons
- Industry Issues
There are also exam hints highlighted in red in these set of notes!
These notes cover the major points which will be in the exam: The Reconstruction of America, Manifest Destiny & Expanding to the Frontier, The Gilded Age, The Rise & Fall of Populism, American Imperialism, and Progressivism & American Reform.
This is early US history starting with the 1900s.
The Election of 1912
Causes of World War 1
The Alliance System
Discussed the Actual War itself
Trench Warfare and military Technologies
Russian and US involvement
as well as Wilson's 14 points at the end of the War
These notes cover materials over Lesson 17 on the Course Outline provided by the professor.
These notes cover (the majority of) Lesson 18 from the Class Outline provided by Professor Folsom.
This study guide covers all of the possible Identification topics that may be asked on the exam.
These notes goes in depth on the Roaring 20s!
Consumer Durables (products)
The Automobile Industry
The Harlem Renaissance
New American Culture
Prohibition & Bootlegging
This set of notes covers a variety of topics in detail:
The first Red Scare/Communism
The Bolshevik Revolution
Imperial Russia - WW1
American Labor Movements
The 1920s Economy
Scopes Monkey Trial (in depth)
The Stock Market
The Banking Crisis
These notes will cover what will be in the second exam. They cover the events and specifics of World War I, The Roaring Twenties, World War II, Hitler + The Nazi Party, & The Holocaust.
The topics that this study guide covers are
The Land grants
The Massacres & Immigrant assimilation
These notes cover in-class lectures over Lesson #19 in the course outline.
These notes cover the class lecture on March 22nd, in which the professor went over requirements for the Final Paper due on April 26th.
This study guide covers lessons over Imperialism, the Progressive Era and the Great War.