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In 1800, Thomas Jefferson led the Democratic-Republicans as candidate for President of the USA. He faced off against John Adams of the Federalist Party. Aaron Burr, Jefferson's running mate, and Jefferson got the same amount of electoral votes. In
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In 1873, Andrew Carnegie left the railroad business and joined the steel industry. By 1899, The Carnegie Steel Company made more steel than all of Britain combined. Carnegie consistently sought to improve technology and offered talented employees
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The first section of a lesson is crucial for student comprehension. It is vital to have an introduction that quickly gets the attention of the students as a launching pad for the entire lesson. The Big Bell Ringer Book is here to help with this
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The business owners in the late 1800s and early 1900s had strength in the amount of revenue and money they obtained. The common workers’ strength was present in their numbers. Unions were organizations that demand better working conditions, higher
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As Native Americans continued to hunt, they came into conflict with American settlers in the West in the late 1800s. Soldiers clashed with Native Americans at the Massacre at Sand Creek in 1864. The Native Americans at Sand Creek in Colorado were
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Due to the USA joining WW I, industry had radically changed the economy and mass produced items abounded. The economy was refocused to produce weapons and military supplies. Consumer goods were decreased to produce more war supplies. President
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The Abolitionist Movement grew in the Antebellum Era. The movement sought to abolish slavery in the USA. During the Second Great Awakening (1790s-1840s), a wide spread Christian movement, many began to become more devoted to the religion. Within
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In the late 1960s and early 1970s, many in America held to a negative view of the government, especially toward the actions in Vietnam. Many were frustrated with the war’s length and the devastation it had caused. Lyndon Johnson even refused to run
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The goal of both Populism and Progressivism was to fight for the interests of common people, like farmers and factory workers. While Populism focused on rural farmers, Progressivism mainly addressed urban, city issues. Supporters of Progressivism
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By the 1920s, the number of Americans attending high school greatly increased. Also in this decade, the more educated population heavily consumed newspapers and magazines. Radio was the most dominant form of media in the 1920s. The shared experience
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During this time, the North was becoming industrialized while the South remained agrarian. The Industrial Revolution began in Britain in the 1700s and gradually spread to the Americas. This led to the rise of factories and mass produced products in
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Reconstruction is the period in which the United States began to rebuild the South after the Civil War and readmit the former Confederate states from 1865-1877. During this time, government programs, like the Freedmen’s Bureau, were created. It was
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The era of Populism came about during the late 1800s, throughout and after Reconstruction. The movement was one that consisted of farmers uniting to create political and economic change. Prices for crops were falling, land was scarce, and many farms
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After the French Revolution, France and Britain went to war. Democratic-Republicans supported the French. Federalists supported the British. Washington declared the USA neutral in the matter. In 1794, Jay’s Treaty involved Chief Justice John Jay.
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President Andrew Jackson wanted common men to participate in the government. Through the Spoils System, Jackson hired supporters in his administration who had helped him to become President. This meant he gave jobs to loyal supporters of his
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The Democracies of the world had originally teamed up the Communist USSR to defeat Nazi Germany. After the World War II ended, instead of being partners, now the USA stood opposed to the Soviet Union. Harry Truman was President of the USA and
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Nationalism is the belief that your country and ethnic group are superior to all. This was a problem during WW I as well. The Treaty of Versailles gave very strict consequences to Germany. A massive war guilt clause of debt was placed on the nation.
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In the late 1800s and early 1900s, many European nations and the USA began to conquer various areas around the world. This practice was called imperialism, when larger nations control weaker regions. The goal of these pursuits was to control raw
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This file contains a PowerPoint presentation and Guided Notes Worksheet for Thomas Jefferson's Presidency and The Louisiana Purchase The resource Covers(titles of slides/sections): Jefferson’s Campaign for the Presidency Jefferson Gains a Victory
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Many in the North wanted the new western regions to abolish slavery and many the South wanted slavery to exist in the new areas of the USA. When California pursued statehood, they tried to ban slavery. This alarmed the South. Areas south of 36’ 30’
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