US History: 1865-1914 power point presentation

US History: 1865-1914 power point presentation
US History: 1865-1914 power point presentation
US History: 1865-1914 power point presentation
US History: 1865-1914 power point presentation
US History: 1865-1914 power point presentation
US History: 1865-1914 power point presentation
US History: 1865-1914 power point presentation
US History: 1865-1914 power point presentation
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This is a 58-slide power point presentation that covers US history from 1865-1914. Topics include Reconstruction, the Progressive Era, the Industrial Revolution, the Gilded Age, and US imperialism.
The following topics are discussed in detail in the power point presentation:
-Plans for Reconstruction (10% Plan, Radical Republicans, and Restoration)
-The Freedman's Bureau
-13th, 14th, 15th amendments
-Readmission of Southern states
-Black Codes
-Southern resistance to Reconstruction (Black Codes, Ku Klux Klan, voting restrictions, Plessy vs. Ferguson, Jim Crow Laws, etc.)
-President Johnson's impeachment
-Presidencies of Ulysses S. Grant & Rutherford B. Hayes
-Railroad expansion
-Vanderbilt & the railroad barons
-Rockefeller, Carnegie, Morgan, Edison, Tesla, Ford, & the Wright brothers
-Trusts, monopolies, and patents
-Immigration
-The Nativist movement
-Factory conditions
-Labor Unions (Samuel Gompers and the AFL)
-Theodore Roosevelt vs. Big Business (trustbusting)
-Reasons for US imperialism (manifest destiny, military strength, new materials, etc.)
-Yellow Journalism (Hearst and Pulitzer)
-The Spanish American War
-The Panama Canal
-Big Stick Diplomacy
-Roosevelt Corollary
-Dollar Diplomacy
-Pancho Villa
-The Square Deal
-Conservation
-Booker T. Washington & W.E.B. Du Bois
-Society of American Indians, Mutualistas, and the Anti-Defamation League (ADL)
-The Temperance Movement
-Women's Suffrage Movement
-Susan B. Anthony, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, and Mary Harris Jones (Mother Jones)
-18th, 19th, and 21st amendments
-Woodrow Wilson (presidency prior to WW1)
Total Pages
58 pages
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N/A
Teaching Duration
1 month
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