History studyguide1 2015

Topics: Woodrow Wilson, World War I, Theodore Roosevelt Pages: 2 (252 words) Published: February 28, 2015
History 2620
Midterm #1 Study Guide


Reconstruction amendments
Free labor
Presidential Reconstruction
Sherman’s Order No. 15
Andrew Johnson
Freedmens’ Bureau
Black Codes
Poll Taxes
Vagrancy Laws
Ku Klux Klan
Radical Reconstruction
Reconstruction Acts
Ulysses Grant
Enforcement Acts
Liberal Republicans
The Compromise of 1877
Allotment Acts
Recapitulation theory
Grandfather clause
Plessy v. Ferguson
New Immigration
The Tariff
Knights of Labor
Omaha Platform
Assimilation theory
Frederick Jackson Turner
Frontier Thesis
Grant’s Peace Policy
Theodore Roosevelt
New Imperialism
The Great White Fleet
Annexation of Hawai’i
The Spanish-American War
Anti-Imperialist League
Platt Amendment
Patronage politics
Direct elections
The Wisconsin Idea
Robert LaFollette
Seventeenth Amendment
The Income Tax
Gospel of Efficiency
Election of 1912
New Nationalism
New Freedom
Woodrow Wilson
Selective Service Act
Espionage and Sedition Acts
Food Administration
100% Americanism
American Expeditionary Force
The Fourteen Points
Treaty of Versailles
Knox-Porter Resolution
Sacco and Vanzetti
The Red Scare
The Johnson-Reed Act of 1924
Great Migration
Palmer Raids
The Polar Bear Expedition
Election of 1924
Racial Nationalism


1.How was the American West related to the development of U.S. foreign policy during the late 1800s and early 1900s?

2.How did American understandings of race and citizenship change between Reconstruction and the years immediately after World War I?

3.In your view as an historian, what factors best explain the comparative absence of political violence and social upheaval in the United States during the Progressive Era and World War I?
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