This is a free series of guided viewing activities to accompany our Early 20th Century video series. There are eighteen activities in all for students to fill in as they view the videos. The topics include the Boxer Rebellion and Open Door Diplomacy, the Panama Canal, the Roosevelt Corollary and Dollar Diplomacy, Missionary Diplomacy, the Rebellion in Mexico, a Theodore Roosevelt biography, Trustbusters, the Railroad and Coal Industries, the Food and Drug Administration, Roosevelt the Conservationist, Theodore Roosevelt and Civil Rights, Taft's Presidency and the Bull Moose Party, the Election of 1912, Woodrow Wilson's Antitrust Acts, the Federal Income Tax and the Creation of the Federal Reserve, the Women's Suffrage Movement, the 19th Amendment, Woodrow Wilson and Civil Rights, and the End of the Progressive Era.
The videos can be found on a playlist at our Youtube page by searching for Reading Through History or on our website by clicking here: Early 20th Century America
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