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Title: State SOL History Review


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State SOL History Review
  • USII.4e-USII.6d

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1. What are the negative effects of
industrialization?
  • Child labor
  • Low wages, long hours
  • Unsafe working conditions

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2. What major labor union was formed?
  • American Federation of Laborsupported/fought
    for higher wages, shorter hours, and better
    working conditions

4
2. What important strike took place?
  • Homestead Strike -
  • violent strike that ended with non-union
    workers accepting lower wages

5
3. What were the Progressive Movement workplace
reforms?
  • Improved safety conditions
  • Reduced work hours
  • Restrictions on child labor

6
4. What opportunities did women gain during
womens suffrage?
  • Increased educational opportunities women could
    further their education towards careers
  • Attained voting rights

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4. What amendment gave women these rights?
  • The Nineteenth (19th) Amendment

8
Who worked for womens suffrage?
  • Susan B. Anthony
  • Elizabeth Cady Stanton

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5. The Temperance Movement
  • Composed of groups opposed to the making and
    consuming of alcohol- called attention to the
    EVILS of Alcohol
  • Supported which amendment? The Eighteenth (18th)
    Amendment

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5. What did the 18th amendment do?
  • Prohibited the manufacture, sale, and transport
    of alcohol.

11
6. What were the causes for the Spanish American
War?
  • Protection of American business interests in Cuba
  • American support of Cuban rebels to gain
    independence from Spain
  • Rising tensions as a result of the sinking of the
    USS Maine
  • Exaggerated news reports
  • (Yellow Journalism)

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7. What were the results of the Spanish American
war?
  • The USA emerged as a world power
  • Cuba gained independence from Spain
  • US gained possession of Philippines, Guam, and
    Puerto Rico

13
  • 8. Theodore Roosevelt expanded the Monroe
    Doctrine as a way to prevent European involvement
    in the affairs of Caribbean and South American
    countries.

14
  • 9. Theodore Roosevelts foreign policies and
    their impact on the United States included the
    Roosevelt Corollary to the Monroe Doctrine which
    states
  • a. Asserted the United States right to
    interfere in economic matters of nations in the
    Americas.

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  • 9. (continued)
  • b. Claimed the United States right to exercise
    police power (use of military).
  • c. Advocated the Big Stick Diplomacy (building
    of the Panama Canal).

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10. Give 4 reasons the USA got involved in WWI.
  • Inability to remain neutral
  • German submarine warfaresinking of the Lusitania
  • US economic and political ties to Great Britain
  • The Zimmerman Telegram

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11. Who were the WWI Allies?
  • Great Britain
  • Serbia
  • France
  • Belgium
  • Russia USA

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11. Who were the Central Powers during WWI?
  • Germany
  • Austria-Hungary
  • Bulgaria
  • Ottoman Empire (also known as Turkey)

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  • 12. At the end of WWI, President Woodrow Wilson
    prepared a peace plan that called the Fourteen
    Points that called for the formation of the
    League of Nations a peace-keeping organization

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13. Which country did NOT join the League of
Nations?
  • The United States

21
14. Why didnt the above country join the League
of Nations?
  • Because the United States Senate failed to ratify
    the Treaty.

22
15. List 4 results of improved transportation
brought by affordable automobiles
  • Greater mobility
  • Creation of jobs
  • Movement to suburban areas
  • Growth of transportation related industries (oil,
    steel, road construction)

23
16. Why are the Wright Brothers well known?
  • Invention of the Airplane

24
17. Who was known for the use of the assembly
line and the rise of mechanization?
  • Henry Ford

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18. List 3 communication changes.
  • Increased availability of telephones
  • Development of movies
  • Development of radio (Marconi) and the broadcast
    industry (Sarnoff)

26
19. List 4 ways electrification changed American
life.
  • Labor saving products (electric stove, water
    pump, washing machine)
  • Electric lighting
  • Entertainment (radio)
  • Improved communication

27
20. What is Prohibition?
  • Prohibition made it illegal to manufacture,
    transport, and sell alcoholic beverages

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21. What amendment did Prohibition uphold?
  • The 18th Amendment
  • What Amendment repealed it?
  • The 21st Amendment

29
22. What are speakeasies?
  • Places for people to drink illegal alcoholic
    beverages

30
23. What (Who) are bootleggers?
  • They smuggled illegal alcohol and promoted
    organized crime.

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24. List 4 facts about the Great Migration.
  • Jobs for African Americans in the South were
    scarce and low paying.
  • African Americans faced discrimination and
    violence in the South.

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24. List 4 facts about the Great Migration
(continued)
  • African Americans moved to northern and
    mid-western cities for employment opportunities
    (jobs)
  • African Americans also faced discrimination and
    violence in the North and Midwest.

33
25. Georgia OKeeffe
  • Artartist known for urban and later southwest
    scenes

34
25. F. Scott Fitzgerald
  • Literaturenovelist who wrote about the Jazz Age
    of the 1920s

35
25. John Steinbeck
  • Literaturenovelist who wrote about poor migrant
    family problems during the 1930s and the Great
    Depression

36
25. Aaron Copland
  • Music American composer who wrote uniquely
    American music in the 1920s 1930s.

37
25. George Gershwin
  • Music American composer who wrote uniquely
    American music in the 1920s and 1930s.

38
25. Jacob Lawrence
  • Art African American painter who chronicled the
    Great Migration through art

39
25. Langston Hughes
  • Literature African American poet who combined
    African and American cultural roots

40
25. Duke Ellington
  • Music Blues and Jazz composer

41
25. Louis Armstrong
  • Music Blues and Jazz composer

42
25. Bessie Smith
  • Music Blues and Jazz singer

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26. List the causes of the Great Depression.
  • People overspeculated on stocks using borrowed
    money they couldnt repay when stock prices
    crashed
  • The Federal Reserve failed to prevent the
    collapse of the banking system
  • High tariffs strangled international trade

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27. List 4 ways the Great Depression impacted
Americans
  • A large number of banks and businesses failed
  • ¼ or 25 of workers were without jobs
  • Large numbers of people were hungry and homeless
  • Farmers incomes fell to low levels

45
28. List 5 major features of the New Deal
(initiated by President Franklin D. Roosevelt)
  • Social Security
  • Federal Work Programs
  • Environmental Improvement Plans
  • Farms Assistance Programs
  • Increased Rights for Labor

46
First Nine Weeks SOLs on the Second Nine Weeks
Test
  • USII.3c-USII.3d

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USII.3c Jim Crow
  • 1. Discrimination against African Americans
    continued after
  • Reconstruction

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2. What is racial segregation?
  • Based on race
  • Directed primarily against African Americans,
    but other groups also kept segregated

49
2. (continued)
  • Also, American Indians were not considered
    citizens until 1924.

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3. Why were Jim Crow laws passed?
  • To discriminate against African Americans.
  • Although these laws were legal in many
    communities, they were enforced primarily in the
    Southeast region.

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4. Jim Crow laws were characterized by
unequal opportunities in
  • Housing
  • Work
  • Education
  • Government

52
5. African American responses included
  • Booker T. Washington
  • believed equality could be achieved through
    vocational education, and accepted social
    separation

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5. Continued
  • W.E.B. Dubois
  • believed in full political, civil, social
    rights for African Americans

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  • 6. Between the Civil War and WWI, the US was
    transformed
  • from an agricultural
  • to an industrial nation.

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7. List 4 reasons for the rise and prosperity of
big business.
  • National markets created by transportation
    advances.
  • Captains of Industry
  • John D. Rockefelleroil
  • Andrew Carnegiesteel
  • Henry Fordautomobile
  • Cornelius Vanderbilt shipping
  • and railroads

56
7. (cont) List 4 reasons for the rise and
prosperity of big business.
  • Advertising
  • Lower-cost production

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8. List 4 factors resulting in the growth of
industry.
  • Access to raw materials and energy
  • Availability of work force due to immigration
  • Inventions
  • Financial resources provided by the Captains of
    Industry

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9. What is the BEST title for the following list?
Examples of Big Business
  • _______________________
  • railroad
  • oil
  • steel

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10. What are 3 postwar changes in farm and city
life?
  • Mechanization (the reaper)reduced farm labor
    needs and increased production
  • Industrial development in cities increased labor
    needs.
  • Industrialization provided access to consumer
    goods such as mail order

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  • Write the region for each of the following

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11. Meatpacking
  • The Midwest

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12. New York
  • The Northeast

63
13. Automobile Midwest
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14. Jim Crow
  • Southeast

65
15. San Francisco Pacific
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16. Textile Industry
  • Northeast

67
17. Denver
  • Western/
  • Rocky Mountain

68
18. Harlem Renaissance
  • Northeast

69
19. Atlanta
  • Southeast

70
20. Great Plains
  • Midwest

71
21. Ellis Island
  • Northeast

72
22. Hull House
  • Midwest

73
23. Steel Industry
  • Northeast

74
24. Homestead Strike
  • Northeast

75
25. New Orleans
  • Southeast

76
26. Juneau
  • Non-contiguous

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27. New England
  • Northeast

78
28. Boston
  • Northeast

79
29. Pittsburgh
  • Northeast

80
30. Detroit
  • Midwest

81
31. Santa Fe
  • Southwest

82
32. Salt Lake City
  • Western/Rocky Mountains

83
33. Los Angeles
  • Pacific

84
34. Honolulu
  • Non-contiguous

85
35. Philadelphia
  • Northeast

86
36. Angel Island
  • Pacific

87
37. Washington D.C.
  • Southeast

88
38. St. Louis
  • Midwest

89
39. San Antonio
  • Southwest

90
40. Seattle
  • Pacific

91
41. Chicago
  • Midwest

92
42. Nebraska
  • Midwest

93
43. Ohio
  • Midwest

94
44. Maine
  • Northeast

95
45. Florida
  • Southeast

96
46. North Dakota
  • Midwest

97
47. Oklahoma
  • Southwest

98
48. Suffolk, VirginiaSoutheast
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