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Title: US 10 Semester 1 Review through Pictures, Charts, Graphs, and Maps


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US 10 Semester 1 Review through Pictures, Charts,
Graphs, and Maps
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Road to Secession
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They had (slaves) for more than a century before
been regarded as beings of an inferior order and
altogether unfit to associate with the white
race, either in social or political relations
and so far inferior that they had no rights which
the white man was bound to respect. This opinion
was at that time fixed and universal in the
civilized portion of the white race. Justice
Roger B. Taney Majority Opinion in Dred Scott
Decision
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The Civil War
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Gettysburg
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Reconstruction
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  • Neither slavery nor involuntary servitude, except
    as punishment for crime whereof the party shall
    have been duly convicted, shall exist within the
    United States or any place subject to their
    jurisdiction.

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Ratified in July, 1868. Guaranteed persons born
or naturalized in the US were citizens Provide a
constitutional guarantee of the rights and
security of freed people. Insure against
neo-Confederate political power. Enshrine the
national debt while repudiating that of the
Confederacy.
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  • The right of citizens of the United States to
    vote shall not be denied or abridged by the
    United States or by any state on account of race,
    color, or previous condition of servitude.

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Corrupt Bargain pt 2?
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Western Expansion
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Industrialization
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Immigration and Urbanization
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Immigrants from Europe
Old New New New
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Segregation and Civil Rights
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Voting Restrictions for African Americans in the
South, 1889-1960s
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Separate but Equal
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the talented tenth
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Cast down you bucket where you are.
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America Builds an Empire
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Progressive Era
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19th Amendment provides full suffrage to women in
all the states, 1920.
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World War 1 the war to end all wars W.Wilson
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1920s
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