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[HISTORY 40B] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (47 pages long)


Department
History
Course Code
HISTORY 40B
Professor
Jessica Millward
Study Guide
Final

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HISTORY 40B
FINAL EXAM
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Charles Eastman
Ch. 5 - Dartmouth College: Wanted the Sioux to accept civilization before it’s too
late!
Ch. 6 – “Known as the White Indian Doctor”
Ghost Dance a religious revitalization movement that is conjured up by an Indian
prophet, Jack Wilson, by performing this all Indians can bring peace, prosperity,
and unity for them – which scares the American Government
Eastman “There is only one thing for us to do and be just to both sides. We must
use every means for a peaceful settlement of this difficulty. Let us be patient; let
us continue to reason with the wider element, even though some hotheads may
threaten our lives. If the worst happens, however, it is our solemn duty to serve
the United States Government.
Ch. 7 – he tries to reconcile all these horrid things given the ideals of Christian
love of the White men
Discussion 01/22/14
1800-1810 Market Revolution begins
1820 Textile Mills expand
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1836 Lowell Mill Strike
1845 Potato famine (Ireland)
Period: a period after the Market Revolution, thought they will be free to prosper and live
happily ever after while moving up the ladder of success through the promise of the
American Dream
Historians have noted the working class males doesn’t feel the same way. The working
situation has changed drastically early in the century from working at home, creating
products at home, and creating them at the factory. Home – is very family-oriented, you
don’t have a boss glaring at you, a time clock that you have to follow dreadfully.
Roediger talks about “wage slavery” – what working class males are upset about. They’re
comparing that it is worse that what the slaves have gone through. They said at least
slaves have “master” to take care of them. They feel that their low status is a threat to
their masculinity, which is hard for them to support their family when they have to work
long, dreadful hours.
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