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U.S. History Since 1865

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HIST206 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Theodore Roosevelt, Leon Czolgosz, Human Services

-Should the U.S. be a colonizing power? -What is Americas role in the world? -William McKinley is assassinated Sept 6, 1901 in Buffalo NY Leon Czolgosz assassinated him Tried to form a labor union, was fired and blackliste...

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HIST206
Jonathan Scott Russ
HIST206 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Guerrilla Warfare, Teller Amendment, Asthma

U.S. Power and what they need to do with it Ultimately during McKinleys Presidency (1896) the US found itself in a position of having international influence. (to take or not) Issue arose over Cuba ...

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Jonathan Scott Russ
HIST206 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: John Wilkes Booth, Emancipation Proclamation, Robert E. Lee

Lincolns presidency (1860) -Should slavery expand? -Southern states began to secede from the union (south carolina first) all before Lincoln became president -capital of confederacy was virgina (west virginia divides) ...

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HIST206
Jonathan Scott Russ
HIST206 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Industrial Revolution, Transcontinental Railroad, Fixed Capital

-Post Civil War financial transition in the North -agricultural to industrial -Ability to extract and use new resources for monetary gain -Technologies developed -prerequisites for US industrial revolut...

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HIST206
Jonathan Scott Russ
HIST206 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Archduke Franz Ferdinand Of Austria, Serbian Nationalism, Submarine Warfare

World War I, 1914-1918 1. European Catalysts for War 1. Archduke Franz Ferdinand, June 1914 1. Next in line of the Austrian-Hungarian Empire 2. Traveled through the empi...

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Kreitzer
HIST206 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Convict Lease, White Southerners, Miscegenation

1. A Segregated Society 2. Rise of Jim Crowe 1. Laws trying to suppress Blacks 2. Used as a way to implement racial superiority 1. Lynching 1. No trial for their crimes ...

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Kreitzer
HIST206 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Pseudoscience, Progressive Era, Scientific Management

Imperialism and Expansion, the period of the late 19th century Countries of western Europe working to establish colonial holding around the world - specifically Germany, France, and GB WHAT IS IMPERIALISM? ~ Acqui...

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Kreitzer
HIST206 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Europe 1, Ellis Island, Russia-2

Immigration 1. Push and Pull Factors 1. Push factors: reasons why people left their homelands 1. Agricultural changes in Europe 1. Enclosure in Western Europe ...

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HIST206
Kreitzer
HIST206 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Manifest Destiny, Homestead Acts, Deskilling

Corporate Monopolies Factory life Deskilling of work Low wages Long work hours No minimum wage Advocates in the US start to speak out against the factories Gospel of Wealth - Andrew Carnegie, 1889 Social darwinism Based on...

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Kreitzer
HIST206 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Thaddeus Stevens, Fourteenth Amendment To The United States Constitution, Southern Democrats

The Black Codes, 1865 - 1867 Restrictions on Southern African Americans They gained the right to marry - which wasnt legal during slavery, Although the war was fought, there wasnt much change in the treatment ...

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HIST206
Kreitzer
HIST206 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Emancipation Proclamation, John Wilkes Booth, Thirteenth Amendment To The United States Constitution

The Politics of Reconstruction, 1863-1877 Wednesday, February 7th Presidential Reconstruction, 1865-1867 Radical (Military) Reconstruction, 1867-1877 *US Civil War ranged from 1861-1865, plans ...

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Kreitzer
HIST206 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Emancipation Proclamation, Reconstruction Era, White Southerners

HIST206-016 U.S. History Since 1865 The Politics of Reconstruction, 1863-1877 Wednesday, February 7th - Presidential Reconstruction, 1865-1867 - Radical (Military) Reconstruction, 1867-1877 - *US Civil War ranged from 1861...

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HIST206
Kreitzer
HIST206 Midterm: History_ Exam 1 Study Guide
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1 History 206: 1865 to Present Exam 1 Study Guide Chapter 15: Reconstruction Reconstruction Amendments: The Thirteenth, Fourteenth, and Fifteenth Amendments Thirteenth Amendment: (1865) abolishes slavery; declared that Nei...

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Russ John

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