Midterm Review HIST 1302 - 004
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Midterm Review 5 ID s Make sure to UNDERLINE Introduction needs to include the 5 ID s you will use If you never attended a review session or pass session these are the ID s Professor Foust recommends us to use Good luck Reservation System After the Civil War Americans increasingly favored reservations as a way to segregate Indians while opening up land to white settlers These reservations closely resembled colonial societies where native populations ruled by outside bureaucrats saw their landholdings reduced their religious practices outlawed and their children sent away to schools in the name of progress and civilization Black Codes Southern state legislatures passed Black Codes to limit the freedoms of African American freedmen such as requiring southern blacks to enter into annual labor contracts and outlawing land ownership Many Northerners interpreted Black Codes as an attempt to reestablish slavery and reject the handwon Union victory in the Civil War Rise of American Industry An abundance of natural resources developments in technology new inventions an adequate labor supply a growing domestic market and federal support for industrial projects contributed to their rapid industrialization and by 1890 the value of industrial goods and services for the 1st time exceeded that of agricultural products Philippine American War This threeyear war cost Americans much of their professed benevolence as newspapers reported on the many atrocities committed by US forces In response the American AntiImperialist League was created by those who demanded the fact that the US had helped initiate and then destroyed the Filipino independence movement Great War As a result of imperial ambitions and entangling alliances World War 1 caught most people by surprise With led by a century of European peace many observers had come to regard armed conflicts as a relic of the past rendered unthinkable by human progress Yet the Great War shattered this illusion and laid the foundation for both World War 2 and the Cold War
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