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HIST 201 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Emancipation Proclamation, White Supremacy, Ironclad Oath

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20 Sep 2016
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Civil war destroyed southern economy-fall of cotton industry affected northern manufacturing industry: rebuilding economies, rebuilding the union (poli
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HIST 201 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Roosevelt Corollary, Platt Amendment, Great White Fleet

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5 Oct 2017
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There was always an idea to expand the continent through purchases and treaties. Americans were actually reluctant to expand overseas. Contrary to the
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HIST 201 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Transcontinental Railroad, Homestead Acts

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20 Sep 2016
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HIST 201 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Carrie Buck, Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire, Nineteenth Amendment To The United States Constitution

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5 Oct 2017
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Progressivism was seen at the federal, state, and local levels. Social welfare progressivism in the form of settlement houses. Settlement house workers
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HIST 201 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Big Business, Clayton Antitrust Act, Federal Meat Inspection Act

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5 Oct 2017
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The age of reform and the progressive presidents. Gilded age marked by a weak federal government; a strong executive style will emerge during this time
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HIST 201 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Gilded Age, The Progressive Farmer, Cottonseed Oil

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21 Sep 2017
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The south is going to embrace its version of the gilded age. White supremacists want to go back to the tradition of states rights and white supremacy;
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HIST 201 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Grover Cleveland, William Jennings Bryan, Mckinley Tariff

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19 Sep 2017
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Farmers were the loudest dissenters of the gilded age. Vacuum filled of state legislatures, courts, and political parties. Corruption was a characteris
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HIST 201 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Wrought Iron, Bessemer Process, Horizontal Integration

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8 Sep 2017
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Began using machines operated by unskilled labor instead of using skilled labor alone. Came to the us beginning around 1790. Industrial revolutions alw
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HIST 201 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Chain Migration, Ethnic Group, Political Machine

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20 Sep 2016
3
Begins after civil war even though millions of immigrants had already arrived. Once i thought to write a history of the immigrants in america. Then i d
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HIST 201 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Bessemer Process, Gilded Age, Justice Of The Peace

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20 Sep 2016
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Replaces skilled workers: operating machinery requires little skill, managers don"t have to spend time and money on training them, workers become repla
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HIST 201 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Bear River Massacre, Sand Creek Massacre, Dummy Corporation

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8 Sep 2017
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Nation needed to find ways to get to the west and had to pass through the great plains. Was dry and had nothing so it was given to the indians. Had to
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HIST 201 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Political Machine, Thomas Edison, Tammany Hall

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12 Sep 2017
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At the turn of the century, cities grew in size mainly due to immigration. Approx 2 million people immigrated into the united states in the 30 years be
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