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Looking to the West (1860-1900)

Looking to the West (1860-1900)

Looking to the West (1860-1900). Moving West. Push Factors Crowding back East Displaced farmers Former slaves Eastern farmland expensive Ethnic and religious repression in Europe Haven for outlaws. Pull Factors Government incentives Pacific Railway Act Morrill Land-Grant Act

By mary
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Chapter 2 Historical Development of Engineering Management

Chapter 2 Historical Development of Engineering Management

Chapter 2 Historical Development of Engineering Management. Chapter Outline. Origins of Engineering Management Impact of Industrial Revolution Development of Scientific Management Development of Administrative Management Development of Behavioral Management Current Contributions.

By kaz
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“Race, Class, and Gender in Rural America”

“Race, Class, and Gender in Rural America”

“Race, Class, and Gender in Rural America” . Jan L. Flora Professor of Sociology and Extension Community Sociologist, ISU floraj@iastate.edu. What Factors Determined the Kind of Farming Systems that Emerged in the U.S. after the Civil War?.

By kimo
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The Civil War, 1861-1865

The Civil War, 1861-1865

The Civil War, 1861-1865. Chapter 5. The two nations that existed in 1861, the US and the Confederate States of America, were surprisingly similar Both Presidents were trying to maintain unity Both prayed for peace in their Inaugural Addresses

By adsila
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Origins of Agricultural Education

Origins of Agricultural Education

Origins of Agricultural Education . AGSC 405 . Announcements. Read Chapters 3 & 4. Objectives. Discuss the importance of understanding the history of vocational education. Create a timeline of important dates in the history of agricultural education.

By ami
(135 views)

Civil War and Reconstruction

Civil War and Reconstruction

Civil War and Reconstruction. Decisive Battles of The Civil War. First Battle of Bull Run (July 21, 1861)- Humiliating defeat for the North and almost led to a Confederate invasion of Washington, D.C. Shiloh (April 6-7, 1862)- Bloodiest battle of the Civil War

By dalila
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History of American Agriculture

History of American Agriculture

History of American Agriculture. Georgia Agricultural Education Office Tim Savelle, Catrina Kennedy and Dr. Frank Flanders February 2006. Objectives. Students will be able to: Outline the food-dollar spending patterns of Americans. Explain historical achievements of agriculturists.

By jana
(209 views)

Corporate Universities: The New Keepers of the Ethical Flame? Philip McGee Clemson University

Corporate Universities: The New Keepers of the Ethical Flame? Philip McGee Clemson University

Corporate Universities: The New Keepers of the Ethical Flame? Philip McGee Clemson University. Behavior VS. Performance. Three Influencers of Behavior:. Goals. Needs. Values. Goal. Need. Value. Ethics.

By neo
(166 views)

Susan M. Pojer Horace Greeley HS Chappaqua, NY

Susan M. Pojer Horace Greeley HS Chappaqua, NY

The Civil War (1861-1865) Through Maps, Charts, Graphs & Pictures. Susan M. Pojer Horace Greeley HS Chappaqua, NY. North vs. South in 1861. Rating the North & the South. Slave/Free States Population, 1861. Railroad Lines, 1860. Resources: North & the South. The Union & Confederacy in 1861.

By wilmer
(123 views)

American History

American History

American History. Chapter 8: The West Section 1: Miners and Ranchers. Comstock Lode. A “boom town”. Silver ore. Near Carson City, Nevada. Other Bonanzas*. Black Hills, S.D.(gold). Leadville (silver). gold. Montana (copper). “Pikes Peak or Bust”. a rich mass of ore, as found in mining.

By bambi
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A GREAT MIGRATION / A GREAT DEGRADATION

A GREAT MIGRATION / A GREAT DEGRADATION

A GREAT MIGRATION / A GREAT DEGRADATION. Obj : To determine the role of the U.S. Government in western settlement by looking at Indian Policy and Congressional Legislation . ALL THAT GLITTERS IS NOT GOLD. WAVING THE BLOODY SHIRT: 1868 ROOT, HOG OR DIE: SELF RELIANCE

By baina
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The Age of Jackson through the Civil War (1828-1865)

The Age of Jackson through the Civil War (1828-1865)

The Age of Jackson through the Civil War (1828-1865). Age of Jackson (1828-1848) From Mexican War to Civil War (1848-1861) The Civil War (1861-1865). The Age of Jackson through the Civil War (1828-1865). MAJOR THEMES Jacksonian Democracy The Second Political Party System.

By giulio
(121 views)

Westward Expansion

Westward Expansion

Westward Expansion. Federal Legislation Encourages Western Settlement. Lots of people had moved west of the Mississippi River before the Civil War seeking adventure or gold During and after the war the federal government instituted laws to convince more people to settle the West

By adriel
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Looking to the West, 1860-1900

Looking to the West, 1860-1900

Looking to the West, 1860-1900. Great Plains, Pacific Northwest, and the Southwest develop. Pacific Railways Acts of 1862 and 1864. Passed during the Civil War when the Northern Republics dominated the Congress (no Southern opposition) Union Pacific and Central Pacific Railroads

By bonnie
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The End of the Civil War

The End of the Civil War

The End of the Civil War. The Anaconda Plan. Union’s Plan for winning the war was called the Anaconda Plan Naval blockade of the south Seizure of the Mississippi river Capturing the Confederate capital in Richmond Virginia. New Technologies.

By lou
(260 views)

Abraham Lincoln – 1861-1865

Abraham Lincoln – 1861-1865

Abraham Lincoln – 1861-1865. Political Party - Republican. Election of 1860. Lincoln campaigns on the fact that he will not disturb slavery where it already existed, rather he sought to limit its expansion Lincoln wins 4 way race for the presidency, results were sectional

By parker
(106 views)

The Civil War

The Civil War

The Civil War. Do Now. Once a state had entered the United States, did it have the right to leave? . Preservation of the Union.

By herman
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Non-Military Events of Civil War

Non-Military Events of Civil War

Non-Military Events of Civil War. Political. Creation of black military units Segregated units with white officers in the army. The navy had integrated units. Economic.

By dillon
(252 views)

Moving West & Conflict with Native Americans

Moving West & Conflict with Native Americans

Moving West & Conflict with Native Americans. Open Note Quiz Key & Study Guide Aid. What are Push-Pull Factors?. Events and conditions that either force (push) people to move elsewhere, or that entice them (pull) to do so.

By curry
(155 views)

Said foreigners had to wait 14 years to become citizens O ne could not speak out against the government

Said foreigners had to wait 14 years to become citizens O ne could not speak out against the government

Said foreigners had to wait 14 years to become citizens O ne could not speak out against the government. Alien and Sedition Acts. Jefferson said we would trade with no one because England and France were bothering our ships (impressment). Embargo Act.

By tait
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