Gilded Age PowerPoint Bundle

Gilded Age PowerPoint Bundle
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7 MB|105 Slides and 14 pages of guided notes
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105 Slide Power Point lesson that comes with 14 pages of guided notes. These lessons include the following:

Spanish-American War
Why Spain and the U.S. wanted control of Cuba
Cuban Rebellion
Yellow Journalism
USS Maine
U.S. declares war
Philippine’s involvement
Battle of Manila Bay
Spanish in Cuba
Problems with U.S. Training camps in Cuba
Rough Riders
San Juan Hill
9th and 10th Calvary
End of the war

Roosevelt and Taft
Social Darwinism
Roosevelt goes after monopolies (J.P. Morgan)
Trust Buster
Head Manager
Mine workers strike in Pennsylvania
Department of Commerce and Labor
Gentlemen's Agreement
Hepburn Act
Consumer protection
The Jungle (Upton Sinclair)
Food and Drug Act
Newlands reclamation act
National Parks
Taft become president
Taft fights to lower tariffs
Payne-Aldrich Tariff
Taft loses favor for appointing suspicious government leaders

The Wilson Years
Wilson's fight for the presidency
Roosevelt's Bull Moose Party
A little about Wilson's background
New Nationalism (Roosevelt)
New Freedom (Wilson)
Wilson immediately begins to take action once he is elected
Push to lower tariffs
Underwood Tariff and Income Tax
Establishing the Federal Reserve
Wilson fights Monopolies
Federal Trade Commission
Clayton Anti-trust Act
Wilson's labor reforms
Society begins to have new expectations for government

Groups trying to change the government to make it more efficient (Principles of Scientific Management)
Proposals to reform city government
Democratic reforms
Seneca Falls
14th and 15th Amendments
Split in the Woman's suffrage movement and a description of the two sides
The two sides decided to join together for more strength
19th Amendment

American Imperialism
U.S. new desire to expand outside of the country
What is Imperialism
European Expansion
Social Darwinism
U.S. Shows their strength in the international scene
Shift to a modern navy
Opening of Japan
Treaty of Kanagawa
Matthew C. Perry
Japan begins to modernize
Annexing Hawaii

New American Diplomacy
U.S. becoming a power in Asia
U.S. involvement in the Sino-Japanese War
Sphere's of Influence
Open Door Policy
Boxer Rebellion
President McKinley dies and Roosevelt becomes president
Russo-Japanese War
Big Stick Policy
Panama Canal construction begins
Revolts in Panama
Canal Treaty is created
Roosevelt Corollary
Dollar Diplomacy
Mexican Revolution
Wilson v. Huerta
Pancho Villa


Other Gilded Age Lessons

Gilded Age.

Rise of Industry and Railroads.

Native Americans.

Immigration and Urbanization.

Miners and Ranchers.

Big Business.

Rise of Segregation.

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Total Pages
105 Slides and 14 pages of guided notes
Answer Key
Teaching Duration
2 Weeks
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