American History Interactive Notebook Graphic Organizers Bundle PART 2

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    This interactive notebook bundle includes everything you need to teach about American history from the Age of Jackson through Reconstruction (Jackson's Presidency - end of Reconstruction).

    The organizers in this resource can be used on their own, or as a supplement to student notes. Interactive notebooks are a great tool to keep students organized and engaged in the lesson!


    In this resource you will find...
    102 graphic organizers with text on them, and others left blank for your own customization
    5 maps are also included
    30 pages of thorough suggested answers that you are free to use with these graphic organizers and flippables.
    Previews of each page in action for you or your students to reference.
    • A cover page and table of contents for each notebook is also included.


    Material Covered
    Age of Jackson Interactive Notebook
    1. Key vocabulary - Jacksonian democracy, spoils system, Indian Removal Act, Trail of Tears, nullification, secession, depression, inflation, Panic of 1837, Donner Party, Forty-Niners, Whig party
    2. Second party system - Democratic party, Whig party, leaders of each party
    3. Jackson's presidency - petticoat affair, purging corruption, spoils system, foreign affairs, removal of deposits and censure, assassination attempt
    4. Indian Removal Act - background, five civilized tribes, support, opposition, passage, implementation
    5. Trail of Tears - Choctaw, Seminole, Creek, Chickasaw, Cherokee
    6. Seminole Wars
    7. Nullification Crisis - background, tariffs, South Carolina, tariff of 1832
    8. Bank war - background, veto, election of 1832
    9. Jacksonian democracy - philosophy, common man, new Democratic party
    10. Second Great Awakening - theology, burned-over district, camp meetings, church membership

    Industrial Revolution Interactive Notebook
    1. Key vocabulary - industrial revolution, breaker boy, Bessemer process, cottage industry, cotton gin, labor union, luddites, spinning jenny, strike, textile, telegraph, working class
    2. Origins - first and second Industrial Revolution
    3. Famous people - Alexander Graham Bell, Andrew Carnegie, Thomas Edison, Henry Ford, Robert Fulton, John D. Rockefeller, Eli Whitney
    4. Inventions - steam power, electricity, textile technology, communication, transportation
    5. Steam Engine - how it works, importance, invention, today
    6. Factory system - before, centralized workplace, division of labor, unskilled workers, standardized parts, women and children, society
    7. Transportation - steamboats, canals, railroads, roads
    8. Erie Canal - length, building, importance
    9. Labor unions - purpose, improvements, first unions, great railroad strike of 1877, homestead steel mill strike of 1892, Pullman strike of 1894
    10. Working conditions - long days, unsafe facilities, dangerous work, living conditions, government regulation
    11. Child labor - jobs, money, how many children, end
    12. Women - Lowell mill girls, away from the farm, wages, civil war, women’s rights movement

    Westward Expansion Interactive Notebook
    1. Key vocabulary - bronco, boomtown, cattle drive, cowboy, frontier, ghost town, gunslinger, manifest destiny, Northwest Territory, pioneer, reservations, telegraph
    2. California gold rush - gold found, forty niners, panning for gold, supplies
    3. Transcontinental Railroad - route, pacific railroad act, building the railroad, workers, the golden spike
    4. The Homestead Act - the law, opportunity, land rush, sooners
    5. Louisiana Purchase - more land, cost, size, borders, opposition
    6. Mexican-American War - background, Texas becomes a state, war with Mexico, capture of Mexico city, Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo
    7. Battle of the Alamo - the Alamo, before the battle, leaders, the battle, aftermath
    8. Oregon Trail - route, covered wagons, dangers, supplies
    9. Pony Express - how it worked, route, riders, duration, end
    10. Daily Life - work, frontier women, children, education, entertainment, log cabins
    11. Famous People - Daniel Boone, Sam Houston, Lewis and Clark, Annie Oakley, James K. Polk, Sacagawea, Thomas Jefferson
    12. Famous gunfighters - Wild Bill Hickok, Billy the Kid, Jesse James, John Wesley Hardin, Wyatt Earp, The Wild Bunch

    Civil War Interactive Notebook
    1. Key vocabulary - abolitionist, antebellum, bayonet, commutation, copperhead, Dixie, Dred Scott Decision, Fugitive Slave Law, Mason-Dixon Line, plantation, sectionalism, Yankee
    2. Causes of the Civil War - slavery, industry vs. farming, states’ rights, expansion, bleeding Kansas, President Lincoln, secession
    3. Slavery - beginning, slaves from Africa, slave codes, slave vs. free states, underground railroad
    4. Underground Railroad - railroad terms, workers, travel, danger, duration, escaped slaves, Fugitive Slave Act
    5. Harpers Ferry raid - John Brown, plan, raid, capture, consequences
    6. The South Secedes - South Carolina, leaders, Confederate States of America
    7. Border States - Kentucky, Maryland, Missouri, Delaware, West Virginia
    8. Union generals - Ulysses S. Grant, George McClellan, William Tecumseh Sherman, Joseph Hooker, Winfield Scott Hancock, George Thomas
    9. Confederate generals - Robert E. Lee, Stonewall Jackson, J.E.B. Stuart, P.G.T. Beauregard, Joseph Johnson
    10. Important people - Clara Barton, Jefferson Davis, Dorthea Dix, Andrew Johnson, Abraham Lincoln, Mary Todd Lincoln, Harriet Beecher Stowe, Harriet Tubman, Eli Whitney
    11. Daily Life - life, poor men, women at home, war in the South, children in the army
    12. Life as a soldier - typical day, medical conditions, age, food, pay
    13. Uniforms - start of the war, confusion on the battlefield, Union and Confederate uniforms, weapons, gear
    14. African Americans - not allowed to fight, African American soldiers, first black regiments, African Americans in the South
    15. Civil War spies - Union & Confederate spy networks, famous Union and Confederate spies
    16. Medicine - hospitals, doctors, infection, treatments, disease
    17. Weapons and technology - rifles and muskets, hand to hand combat, cannons, submarines and ironclads, balloons, the telegraph, railroads
    18. Submarines - use, first submarines, H.L. Hunley, crew, weapons, air, sinking a ship, Hunley sinks
    19. Union blockade - duration, the anaconda plan, cotton for weapons, how it worked, getting through the blockade, results
    20. Battle of Fort Sumter - Fort Sumter, leaders, before the battle, the battle
    21. 1st Battle of Bull Run - when, leaders, the battle, results
    22. Battle of the Ironclads - the Merrimack, the Monitor, the battle, results
    23. Battle of Shiloh - before the battle, Confederate plan, the battle, the hornet’s nest, results
    24. Battle of Antietam - Robert E. Lee on the offensive, the battle, results
    25. Battle of Fredericksburg - before the battle, the battle, results
    26. Battle of Chancellorsville - before the battle, the battle, results
    27. Siege of Vicksburg - importance of Vicksburg, before the battle, the battle, results
    28. Battle of Gettysburg - the battle, results, the Gettysburg Address
    29. Sherman’s March to the Sea - before the march, march to Savannah, taking Savannah
    30. Emancipation Proclamation - freeing the slaves, why wait, the 13th Amendment
    31. Robert E. Lee Surrenders - before the surrender, surrender, terms, the Southern army, Jefferson Davis captured, the war over
    32. President Lincoln’s assassination - location, how he was killed, conspiracy, Booth captured

    Reconstruction Interactive Notebook
    1. Key vocabulary - reconstruction, Radical Reconstruction, carpetbaggers, Ku Klux Klan, scalawags, sharecropper, amnesty, freedmen, impeach, cash crops, segregation, lynching
    2. Important people - Abraham Lincoln, Andrew Johnson, Oliver O. Howard, Hiram Revels, Blanch K. Bruce, Thaddeus Stevens, Charles Sumner, Ulysses S. Grant, Frederick Douglass, Jefferson Davis
    3. Lincoln’s Plan - ten percent plan, proclamation of amnesty and reconstruction, readmission to the Union, support
    4. Andrew Johnson’s Plan - Presidential reconstruction, readmission to the Union
    5. Radical Reconstruction - Congressional reconstruction, reconstruction acts, readmission to the Union
    6. Johnson’s impeachment - reason, vote
    7. Ulysses S. Grant administration - accomplishments, corruption
    8. Reconstruction amendments - 13th, 14th, and 15th amendments
    9. Sharecropping - origins, how it worked, result, end
    10. Black codes - purpose, Mississippi, examples, vagrancy laws, northern reaction, purpose
    11. Black suffrage - grandfather clause, literacy test, poll tax
    12. The Ku Klux Klan - 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Klan
    13. Freedmen’s Bureau - goal, achievements, education, end of the bureau
    14. Ending Reconstruction - President Grant, election of 1876, result

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    This bundle is PART 2 of a 4-part series of American History interactive notebooks!

    American History INB Bundle PART 1
    - Colonial America
    - Causes of the American Revolution
    - American Revolution
    - Articles of Confederation
    - Early American Republic

    American History INB Bundle PART 3
    - Gilded Age
    - U.S. Imperialism
    - Progressive Era
    - World War I
    - Roaring 20s & Great Depression
    - World War II

    American History INB Bundle PART 4
    - Cold War
    - Civil Rights Movement
    - 1950s & 1960s
    - 1970s & 1980s
    - 1990s to Present


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