2001 SCORING GUIDELINES
The 8 - 9 Essay:
Presents a clearly stated, well-developed thesis addressing the developments in transportation
that sparked economic growth from 1860 to 1900
Must provide ample, relevant supporting information from 1860 to 1900
stimulated the pace of urban growth in the UnitedStates. Cities that were manufacturing centers and those located at transportation junctions flourished and boomed in population. During the 1820s and 1830s, New York City became the nation's most important economic center—thanks, in large part, to...
not prepared us. This leads us to a topic that we need to learn and understand to survive in this slow economicperiod. Let’s analyze “what we face in the future”.
Slow economic growth is the downfall to our recovery in the UnitedStates. However, a successful society can...
extent to which TWO of the following influenced the development of democracy between 1820 and 1840
Jacksonian economic policy
Changes in electoral politics
Second Great Awakening
5. Analyze the ways in which the Great Depression altered to social fabric in the 1930s
demonstrated the viability of – an overland trail to the Pacific
Dueling can lead to death & in Burr’s case, treason!:
After killing Alexander Hamilton in a duel, Aaron Burr – plotted to divide the UnitedStatesWhat was so “impressive” about British sailors that caused them to kidnap American sailors...
FAIR LAWN HIGH SCHOOL
FAIR LAWN, NEW JERSEY
UNITEDSTATES HISTORY I
Social Studies Department
Revised ~ 2006
(Ms. Jeanine Hayek)
I. COURSE DESCRIPTION
UnitedStates History I is a survey course spanning the period from the formation of the new UnitedStates...
celebrated as the era of the “common man.” To what extent did the period live up to its characterization? Consider TWO of the following in your response: Economicdevelopment, Politics, Reform movements. (2001 AP Exam)
4. DBQ – “Reform movements in the UnitedStates sought to expand democratic...
in England in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries, chiefly owing to the introduction of new or improved machinery and large-scale production methods [Oxford English Dictionary]. Industrial revolution the vast social and economicchanges that resulted from the development of steam...
Access the validity of the following statement:
"Conditions in the UnitedStates were ripe for
an industrial revolution in the early 1800's."
"Reaping What You Sow":
The American Industrial Revolution
"The economy of the UnitedStates before the War of 1812 was largely shaped by...
some reason decided to ban it (20 states by 1860)
o Women were urged in books to tell their husbands to limit their sexuality for reasons of “morality”.
o This reduction in the amount of children people had is an example of how economicchanges affect people personal lives.
upstate NY (economicchange because where Erie Canal had been built). Successful among those who felt threatened by change (including the prosperous worried aboutsocialchanges), and women
The Temperance Crusade
• Alcohol seen as responsible for crime, disorder, poverty. Large problem in West where...
be an economic and moral godsend. Prisons and poorhouses were to be emptied, taxes cut, and social problems eliminated. Prohibition did not achieve its goals. Instead, it added to the problems it was intended to solve and supplanted other ways of addressing problems. The only successors of...
government aided economicchange as its laws favoured British manufacturers with protective tariffs on goods imported into Britain (18th century) and encouraging banking, it banned workers unions, it made it easier to found companies, passed Enclosure Laws and improved transportation networks. Finally...
socialchange in the UnitedStates in the period1820 to 1860?
5. Analyze the impact of the market revolution (1815-1860) on the economies
of TWO of the following regions.
UnitedStates changed between 1815 and 1840, and analyze forces and events that led to these changes.
DBQ: (Form A)
1. In whatwaysdid ideas and values held by Puritans influence the political, economic, and socialdevelopment of the New England colonies from 1630 through the 1660s...
Chapter 10 outline
America’s Economic Revolution
Theme: The market revolution, Industrial Revolution, and large-scale immigration created tremendous changes within the UnitedStates during the early and mid- 19th century. During this time span the same forces behind America’s great industrial...
tensions in the period1820-1861.
In whatwaysdiddevelopments in transportation bring abouteconomic and socialchange in the UnitedStates in the period1820 to 1860?
The Jacksonian Period (1824-1848) has been celebrated as the era of the “common man.” To what extent did the period live up...
and resentment between the slave and free states—a conflict that would widen into the American Civil War 13 years later.
SOCIALDEVELOPMENT: NORTH AND SOUTH
The regions of the UnitedStates that argued about the Mexican War and its aftermath had grown in divergent ways since agreeing to be a...
supplies while the Confederate Congress spent its time arguing over the states instead of fighting a war to achieve what they wanted.
The Confederates wanted power, The Northern states already had the political and economical power but they did not want to share or yield any of the power the northern...
Over time, transportation has shown to have an incredible impact on the UnitedStates. It has revealed to bring abouteconomic and socialchanges in various ways. Americans were aware that if transportation advancement occurred, it would potentially increase foreign trade, increase land values as...