Chapter 8 Sec. 4: The changing workplace
Industry changes work
Before girls began to leave the farms for New England’s textile, they had spun and sewn most of their families clothing and raw fibers.
In the 19th century, almost all clothing manufacturing was produced at home.
demonstrate an understanding of historical chronology
use historical data to support an argument or position
differentiate between historiographical schools of thought
interpret and apply data from original documents, including cartoons, graphs,
impeached for his criticism of President Jefferson. Chase was defended strongly, and was later acquitted by the Senate.
Tripolitan War: (1802-5) War between the United States and the North African state of Tripoli, to which the US had been paying tribute, since 1784, for shipping access. The US refused...
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3. in santa fe th epueblo indians rebeled against the spanish
3. Colonial North America, 1690-1754
A. Population growth and immigration
1. the colonies grew from just 250000 to about 25000000
2. colonists moved from england and other european countries to get away from the royalty
Chapter Instructional Objectives
After you have taught this chapter, your students should be able to answer the following questions: 1. How did western expansion become inextricably linked with sectional identity during the 1840s? 2. How and why did southerners change their...
subordination, many had no alternative by to emigrate to the United States for relief. Between 1820 and 1860, the Irish were never less than a 1/3 of all immigrants. The British Passenger Acts attempted to deflect the immigration from the British Isles to Canada instead of the U.S., making the fare a cheap 15...
hardworking labor. Also, many Chinese men went to work for the construction of the California Central Railroad and the transcontinental railroads in the 1860’s, in which they worked in dangerous conditions and used dangerous explosives to blast openings to build tunnels to continue on laying down steel ties...
both short and long essay questions please emphasize "change over time"
which will be the overarching theme of the course. Focus on the major
changes in any given time period. Be able to explain what the change was and
why it occurred. Use your own...
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This paper is about the gap between the economic performance of the United States as
contrasted to the main western European countries over the last two centuries.1 First, why has the
adventure, opportunity, and untrammeled individualism
Essential statement: developments in technology, agriculture, and commerce precipitates profound changes in U.S. settlement patterns, regional identities, gender and family relations, political power, and distribution consumer goods
The Societies of...
A model of Christian Charity – John Winthrop 1630 (published in 1830)
The text of John Winthrop, « a Model of Christian Charity » is a very famous text in the colonial history. He gave this sermon in 1630. Indeed, He preached aboard the ship « Arbella » while the first Europeans were immigrating to...
Boston ropemakers were unhappy, because of the competition between off duty British soldiers who sought part-time work. It began as a verbal confrontation between one ropemaker and a soldier, and then escalated to a confrontation between workers and sentries and then ended as a battle for the revolution...
Nativism is the feeling that immigration and foreigners are detrimental to native-born Americans. Unfortunately, nativist’s feelings are not based on political convenience or logical theories, but on ignorant assumptions that produce religious, racial, and cultural discrimination. Many nativist groups...
political system, until revolting farmers and a major economic depression beginning in 1893 created a growing sense of crisis and demands for radical change.
Theme: The Compromise of 1877 made reconstruction officially over and white Democrats resumed political power in the South. Blacks, as well as...
into a hostile environment. Assimilation and Nativism caused immigrants to struggle to keep their Old World cultures and fit into American Life.
There were three major waves of immigration to America. The first major wave came from 1815 to 1860 that were mostly Europeans and heavy percentage...
with slavery. It had its roots in the North in the 1700s. It became a major issue in the 1830s and dominated politics after 1840. Congress became a battleground between pro and anti-slavery forces from the 1830's to the Civil War.
Alamo: in 1835, Americans living in the Mexican state...
Significance of the People/Event(s) to American History
1) The evolution of the institution of slavery from the Colonial Period to the 1860s.
The evolution of slavery began in the 1600’s when colonist began brining African American slaves from Africa to the American Colonies...
pilot, survived the crash. Led to deterioration between US-Soviet relations.| |
| |Détente |Easing of strained relations, especially in a political situation. Term often used in reference to relations between the US and Soviets—a “thawing” of | ...
not in a violent way
* when slaves excepted, it was a HUGE financial loss, especially in the border states
* 1830/1840’s the popular sentiment changes
* Slave owners would get bounty hunters (slave catchers), to hunt down slaves that have run away, very violent
Unit 10: The Market Revolution
• Westward movement
o Rise of AJ as president – first one from beyond the Appalachians – exemplified westward march of people
• Disease, depression, premature death, plus loneliness – pioneers illinformed
o Rendezvous system: traded beaver pelts with manufactured goods...