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Midterm History

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Midterm History Hist 1302

Claudia Notetaker

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This is the notes for the first midterm
History of U.S. since 1865
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This 1 page Study Guide was uploaded by Claudia Notetaker on Friday September 16, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to Hist 1302 at University of Texas at El Paso taught by Cross in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 6 views. For similar materials see History of U.S. since 1865 in History at University of Texas at El Paso.


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Date Created: 09/16/16
History midterm 1 Reconstruction 1863-1877  Psychological reconstruction of the nation 1865  Wartime reconstruction: Lincoln encourages emigration  Andrew Johnson & reconstruction: Johnson pursued blancket amnesty for all but the highest rankin confederates  Black codes control: control blacks so they wont claim social equiality  The advent of confressional reconstruction  The impeachment of Andrew Johnson 1867: 15 amendment—baning race- based voting quialifications  Election of 1868: Ulyses S. Grant won  Ku Klux Klan 1866  The grant administration  Retreat from reconstruction ( only 4 states still under federal control)  Election of 1876 (Rutherford B. Hayes won)  The last Indian frontier  Conflict with the Sioux  Suppression of other plains people ( systematic destruction of buffalo herd0  The u.s. peace policy (reconstructed Indian Society along white lines)  The new south (southern states remained Democratic after 1880)  Booker T. Washington and improvement through self-help  Jim Crow laws (mandated racial segregation)  Economic change and the crisis of the 1890s  Labor strife (unsafe work conditions)  Depression of the 1893 (railroad collapse)  Pullman strike 1894 (omen of things to come)  Industrial society 1890-1920 (electriv power light, mass production, mass distribution and corporate consolidation)  Revolution in management (new middle class)  Building ethic communities (immigrants established their own ethnically bases aid networks)  African American labor and community (creation and solidification of local black institutions)  Labor and community ( community building more difficult for blacks than for immigrants) (Madame Charles Joseph Walker)  The new sexuality and the new woman (suffrage movement)


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