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American History Chapter 6: The Expansion of American Industry

American History Chapter 6: The Expansion of American Industry

American History Chapter 6: The Expansion of American Industry. IV. The Great Strikes. Bellringer. Your employee has just told you that you must work 5 hours extra a week or you are fired. You will not get paid for these hours. Objectives.

By jacob
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Welcome to the Review of American History Gilded Age through Imperialism

Welcome to the Review of American History Gilded Age through Imperialism

Welcome to the Review of American History Gilded Age through Imperialism. The Gilded Age 1877-1900.

By camilla
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What are corporations?

What are corporations?

What are corporations?. A corporation is a business owned by investors. The investors by stock , or partial ownership in the company. If the business does well then the stockholders (owners) get a share of the profits called dividends . What was the North’s strategy during the Civil War?.

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APUSH Labor Union Review

APUSH Labor Union Review

APUSH Labor Union Review. Labor Union Organizations. Shoemakers in PA (1790’s) Mechanics Union (1820’s) Molly Maguire's in PA (1860’s) Freemasons (1700’s). Knights of Labor (1869). Org. 9 tailors in PA Secret society Uriah S. Stephens Gained influence during Great RR Strike 1877

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INDUSTRIALIZATION

INDUSTRIALIZATION

INDUSTRIALIZATION. . The establishment of trusts in the post Civil War period is best explained as the result of . The prevalence of intense competition between companies that produced goods and services . Trusts were established to reduce competition and bring order to a chaotic market.

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Chapter 18: Rise of Industrial America

Chapter 18: Rise of Industrial America

Chapter 18: Rise of Industrial America. Important Figures. Collis P. Huntington --Traveled to California during gold rush of 1849 --Partnered with Mark Hopkins, Leland Stanford, and Charles Crocker to incorporate the Central Pacific Railroad --Lobbied for the railroad out east

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The Triangle Shirtwaist Company Fire – March 25, 1911

The Triangle Shirtwaist Company Fire – March 25, 1911

The Triangle Shirtwaist Company Fire – March 25, 1911. Anthony Fitzpatrick Vice-President of Professional Development Services The American Institute for History Education. Disclaimer.

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Industrialization to Imperialism

Industrialization to Imperialism

Industrialization to Imperialism. Impact of Railroads. They moved settlers West to farm and transported goods (food, resources) east to the major cities The rise of the railroad led to the rise of the steel, coal, and cattle industries

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The Growth of the American Labor Movement

The Growth of the American Labor Movement

The Growth of the American Labor Movement. Labor Force Distribution 1870-1900. The Changing American Labor Force. Child Labor. Labor Unrest: 1870-1900. Management vs. Labor. “Tools” of Management. “Tools” of Labor. “scabs” P. R. campaign Pinkertons lockout blacklisting

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Chapter 19, Section 3 Industrial Workers

Chapter 19, Section 3 Industrial Workers

Chapter 19, Section 3 Industrial Workers. Decline of Working Conditions. Machines run by unskilled workers were eliminating the jobs of many skilled craftspeople Low paid workers could be easily replaced Specialization made workers tired, bored and more likely to be injured. Knights of Labor.

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SSUSH12

SSUSH12

SSUSH12. Analyze important consequences of American Industrial Growth. SSUSH12a: Describe Ellis Island, the change in immigrants’ origins to southern and eastern Europe and the impact of this change on urban America. When cities increase in size, its called Urban Growth

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AP US History

AP US History

AP US History. What are some apparent contradictions regarding the views of social Darwinism and the gospel of wealth? Can these ideas coincide?. Capitalism and its Critics. Herbert Spencer (English philosopher)- society benefited from the elimination of the unfit.

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American Imperialism

American Imperialism

American Imperialism. What is IMPERIALISM?. How did America join the “Great Game”?. American Imperialism,1898 - 1906. American Imperialism. Commodore M.C. Perry - 1854 Treaty of Kanagawa European powers quickly follow U.S. lead Tokugawa Shogunate unable to cope with foreign contact

By winona
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07 Unit

07 Unit

07 Unit. Unit 7: Westward Growth. Plains Indians. Sitting Bull. Fort Laramie Treaty. Custer. Crazy Horse. Custer’s Last Stand. Little Big Horn. Wounded Knee Massacre. Ghost Dance. Soddies. Jackson and Indian Removal-1834. Homestead Act. Dawes Act 1887. Thomas Edison. Light Bulb.

By akiko
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Expansionism/Imperialism II

Expansionism/Imperialism II

Expansionism/Imperialism II. Crises in Hawaii, Venezuela, and Cuba: Even before Mahan’s book, The US Navy had Begun remodeling and modernizing it navy. NEW NAVY. Hawaii. Sugar Interest 1887 US rights to Pearl Harbor 1890 McKinley Tariff How to get around the tariff “Annexation Club”

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Progressive Era/Imperialism Categorization Activity

Progressive Era/Imperialism Categorization Activity

Progressive Era/Imperialism Categorization Activity. Students will generalize and compare terms/concepts by placing them in appropriate categories . Child labor Pure Food and Drug Act Clayton Antitrust Act Direct primary Federal Reserve system Federal Trade Commission Thomas Nast

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Urbanization and the New Immigrants

Urbanization and the New Immigrants

Urbanization and the New Immigrants . Main Idea Industrialization and immigration, mostly from southern and eastern Europe –caused American cities to grow rapidly. Why It Matters Now Modern America city life first emerged during this period, immigrants helped shape American culture.

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Kansas–Nebraska Act

Kansas–Nebraska Act

Kansas–Nebraska Act.

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SSUSH 12

SSUSH 12

SSUSH 12. The student will analyze important consequences of American industrial growth. Describe Ellis Island , the change in immigrants’ origins to southern and eastern Europe and the impact of this change on urban America. .

By herne
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Essential Question :

Essential Question :

Essential Question : How did workers & the U.S. government respond to the rapid changes of industrialization during the Gilded Age? Warm-Up Question:

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