December 2, 2009
In what ways could American women of the first half of the 19thcentury be said to have benefited from changes that resulted from the social reform movement?
December 3, 2009
Compare the United States’ foreign policy toward Mexico and Great Britain in the 1830s and 1840s. How...
V. African Americans and workers efforts for an increase in moral and civil rights were damaged by State and Federal Legislation, and by Judicial Decisions.
I. Identify and analyze the factors that changed the Americancity in the secondhalf of the nineteenth century. In...
e. Describe the reasons for and importance of the Monroe Doctrine.
SSUSH7 The student will explain the process of economic growth, its regional and national impact in the first half of the 19thcentury, and the different response to it.
a. Explain the impact of the...
precision is less likely that with the destroyed for example factory half of a city disappear as well (like during the “carpet” bombings of the Second world War). What is more the USA have in this field great lead over the rest of the World. This ability to identify and strike against many targets – it...
development of federal policy toward Native Americans in the late nineteenth century.
3. Analyze the brief flowering and decline of the cattle and mining frontiers.
4. Explain the impact of the closing of the frontier and the long-term significance of the frontier for American
-1914 time period compare to those of the “old” immigrants who came before them?
• Explain how three of the following factorschangedAmericancities between 1865-1900.
Course Outline: Second...
materials and inability to compete with corporate wealth
Technological advancement – barber wire
Land laws such as the Homestead Act
Hostile local governments
Impact of Unions and Farmers’ Alliances
2002B: Identify and analyze the factors that changed the Americancity in the secondhalf of the...
factors to explain the changes in American society along the 20th. The goal of the work is to analyzeAmerican society and how all these changes brought by consume have contributed to shape American identity and American landscape.
1.- From British Empire to the American Supremacy.
Smith, pp. 149-158 “Alexis de Tocqueville”
Smith, pp. 169-178 “Elizabeth Cady Stanton”
Strickland, pp. 81-82 American Romantic Art. Students complete a teacher-made worksheet identifying the major artists and themes of the early 19thcentury.
City- Modernization of Americancities took place in the late 19thcentury. Electric systems took over and suburbanization became possible. EX. Atlanta
25. American Metropolitan Evolution- John Borchert created a model in which there were five stages of metropolitan evolution. The stages included...
Cuban immigrants, made the city a magnet for migrants from other Latin American and Caribbean countries. By 2000, two thirds of Miami’s people were Hispanic, and more than half were Cuban or of Cuban descent. In 2000, 75.2 percent of adult
with its own culture and economy, in...
Puritanism during the 17th c.
The Great Awakening during the 18th c.
The Second Great Awakening during the 19th c.
#3 - 1983
• In the seventeenth century, New England Puritans tried to create a model society. What were their aspirations, and to what extent were those...
advantage to the West, having infrastructure, technology, and global influence. While Western countries were emerging, China was completely ahead. However, this changed with China’s decision to close itself from the outside world from the 15th to the 20th century. In the 19thcentury, China began to engage...
economic conditions changedAmerican agriculture in the period 1865-1900. In your answer be sure to evaluate farmers’ responses to these changes. (2007 AP Exam)
Documents: Jacob Riis photographs; photographs of Americancities at the turn of the 20th century
Supplemental Readings: Chapters 16...
affected both urbanization and westward expansion.
The technological boom of the late 19thcentury (1800’s) led to a growth in industry. The result was
Urbanization: Growth of cities(mainly in the Northeast and Midwest)
Immigrants settle in cities because they were cheap and convenient
In the secondhalf of the nineteenth century, there were many factors that changed the Americancity. As urbanization and industrialization developed simultaneously, cities were provided with supply of labor for factories and improved transportation. There was an obvious shift in population from...
The flows information were an important downside in the 19thcentury. Prior to the Transatlantic cable and the Radiotelephone, it used to take very long for information to go from one place to another. So this means that it was very difficult to analyze the information. For instance, it was...
Benevolent societies were an extremely new and conspicuous feature of the American landscape during the first half of the 19thcentury. Originally devoted to the salvation of souls, they eventually focused on the eradication of every kind of social ill. Benevolent societies were the direct result of the...
In the secondhalf of the nineteenth century, there were many factors that changed the Americancity. During this time, people all around America were transforming their lives to fit the new commercial America, and one of the ways that they did this was moving to concentrated, urban...
gender roles for European men and women in the late nineteenth century?
Can be given after study of late 19th-century society (U6)
2001 (#2): Analyze how and why Western European attitudes toward children and child-rearing changed in the period from 1750-1900.
Can be given after study of late...