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hy 104

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School: University of Alabama - Tuscaloosa
Department: History
Course: American Civilization Since 1865
Professor: David beito
Term: Spring 2017
Tags: HY104, Sarah Steinbock-Pratt, steinbock, and americanciv
Cost: 50
Name: HY 104 Midterm Study Guide
Description: These literally cover everything the midterm is going to have. Hope you find this useful.
Uploaded: 03/01/2017
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HY 104 Midterm Study Guide: MARCH 2ND 


How did the understanding of what it meant to be an American change from 1865 to 1939?



I. Identifications – Ten of the keywords from the PowerPoint slides will be on your midterm. You must choose and answer five of them. (5  points each, 25 points total)

II. Short Answer – Three of the following questions will be on your  midterm. You must choose and answer one of them. (25 points)

1. To paraphrase WEB DuBois, following emancipation the freed slaves  stepped out of the darkness and stood for a moment erect in the  sunlight before descending into the darkness again. What does DuBois mean by this? Do you agree?

2. How was Edward Bellamy’s utopia informed by the late nineteenth  century? How did he attempt to solve the problems of industrial  capitalism?

3. How was whiteness debated and defined in the late nineteenth and  early twentieth century? Why was this a political issue?


How did Americans’ relationship to the government change from the late nineteenth century to the 1930s?



4. Explain the debate between imperialists and anti-imperialists at the  turn of the twentieth century. What arguments did each side use? If you want to learn more check out gatrone

5. In what ways did the 1920s represent both a loosening of social  mores and a rise of social conservatism?

6. What change to California agriculture does John Steinbeck advocate  for? How is his depiction of migrant labor influenced by ideas about  race and gender?

III. Essay – Three of the following questions will be on your midterm.  You must choose and answer one of them. (50 points)

1. Compare and contrast the ways in which three of the following  groups imagined or pursued freedom between 1865 and 1939: African  Americans, industrial workers, women, farmers, and Filipinos.

2. How and why does America’s role on the global stage change during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries?


In what ways did the 1920s represent both a loosening of social mores and a rise of social conservatism?



3. What reasons might Americans at the end of the 19th century have  for optimism about the country’s future? Why might Americans feel  concerned?

4. How did the understanding of what it meant to be an American  change from 1865 to 1939?

5. How did Americans’ relationship to the government change from the late nineteenth century to the 1930s?

6. Explain how trade and finance influenced American foreign policy  from 1870 to 1920.

Keywords: 

Abraham Lincoln

Andrew Johnson

Presidential Reconstruction

Congressional/Radical Reconstruction Special Field Order No. 15 If you want to learn more check out uww d2l

Freedmen’s Bureau

Black Codes

13th, 14th, and 15th Amendments Ulysses S. Grant

Mississippi Plan

Redemption

Compromise of 1877

Jim Crow

Transcontinental Railroad

Bessemer Process

Thomas Edison

Columbian Exposition

Nikola Tesla

George Westinghouse

Samuel B. Morse

Alexander Graham Bell

Andrew Carnegie

Vertical Integration

John D. Rockefeller

Horizontal Integration

Urbanization

Sister Carrie

Marshall Fields

Montgomery Ward

The Jungle

Knights of Labor

American Federation of Labor Samuel Gompers

The Great Railroad Strike

Haymarket Affair

Pullman Strike

New South

Lost Cause

Birth of a Nation

Old South

Minstrel Shows

Al Jolson

The Grange

Populism/People’s Party

William McKinley

William Jennings Bryan

Mexican Cession

Gold Rush

Little Bighorn

Sitting Bull

Crazy Horse

Dawes Act

Buffalo Bill

Annie Oakley

Frederick Jackson Turner Boss Tweed

Tammany Hall

Jane Addams

Hull House

Sherman Antitrust Act Muckrakers

Upton Sinclair  

Food and Drug Act

Jacob Riis

Lewis Hine

Triangle Shirtwaist Fire Muller v. Oregon

National American  

Woman Suffrage Association National Woman’s Party Alice Paul

19th Amendment

City Beautiful

Playground Movement Eugenics

Chinese Exclusion Act Great Famine

Nativism We also discuss several other topics like poli 150 unc

Gold Mountain

White Workingman’s Party 1790 Naturalization Law Dennis Kearney Don't forget about the age old question of physics 121

Yellow Peril

Chinese Exclusion Act Gentlemen’s Agreement  Immigration Act of 1917 Barred Asiatic Zone

Blumenbach schema

In re Ah Yup

Ozawa v U.S.

U.S. v Bhagat Singh Thind Monroe Doctrine

Venezuela Crisis

Reconcentrado  

Yellow Journalism

William Randolph Hearst Joseph Pulitzer

William McKinley We also discuss several other topics like psychology 1101 book
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USS Maine

John D. Long

Theodore Roosevelt

Teller Amendment

Commodore George Dewey Rough Riders

Liliuokalani

Platt Amendment

Buffalo Soldiers

San Juan Heights

José Rizal

Katipunan

Emilio Aguinaldo

Benevolent Assimilation White Man’s Burden

The Strenuous Life

Batangas

Samar

Boxer Rebellion

Russo-Japanese War

Big Stick Diplomacy

Panama Canal

Roosevelt Corollary

Great White Fleet

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