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									Ms. Kirst
U.S. History 1860-WWII
Unit 2: Industrialization of the United States

                 Chapter 13: The Triumph of Industry
Objectives: By the end of the unit students will be able to:

    A.   Analyze the factors that led to the industrialization of the United States in the late 1800s.
    B.   Explain how new inventions and innovations changed Americans’ lives.
    C.   Describe the impact of industrialization in the late 1800s.
    D.   Analyze different methods that businesses used to increase their profits.
    E.   Describe the public debate over the impact of big business.
    F.   Explain how the government took steps to block abuses of corporate power.
    G.   Identify patterns of philanthropy in the United States.
    H.   Describe the effects of Andrew Carnegie’s business practices and charitable giving.
    I.   Assess the problems that workers faced in the late 1800s.
    J.   Compare the goals and strategies of different labor organizations.
    K.   Analyze the causes and effects of strikes.
    L.   Assess why the Homestead Strike was a moment that changed U.S. history.

Key Terms & People

entrepreneur                         J.D. Rockefeller                     National Trades Union
protective tariff                    horizontal integration               Knights of Labor
laissez faire                        trust                                Terence V. Powderly
patent                               Andrew Carnegie                      Samuel Gompers
Thomas Edison                        vertical integration                 AFL
Bessemer Process                     Social Darwinism                     American Railway Union
suspension bridge                    ICC                                  Haymarket Riot
time zone                            Sherman Antitrust Act                Homestead Strike
mass production                      sweatshop                            Eugene V. Debs
corporation                          company town                         Pullman Strike
monopoly                             collective bargaining
cartel                               socialism



              Chapter 14: Immigration & Urbanization
Objectives: By the end of the unit students will be able to:

    A.   Compare the “new immigration” of the late 1800s to earlier immigration.
    B.   Explain the push and pull factors leading immigrants to American.
    C.   Describe the challenges that immigrants faced in traveling to America.
    D.   Analyze how immigrants adapted to American life while trying to maintain familiar cultural
         practices.
    E.   Describe the immigrant experience at Ellis Island.
    F.   Analyze the causes of urban growth in the late 1800s.
    G.   Explain how technology improved city life.
    H.   Evaluate how city dwellers solved the problems caused by rapid growth.
    I.   Identify patterns of migration and settlement in the United States.
    J.   Describe arguments for and against suburban development.
    K.   Describe the development of the skyscraper as part of architectural and urban history.
    L.   Identify some of America’s first skyscrapers.
    M.   Explain how new types of stores and marketing changed American life.
    N.   Analyze the ways in which Americans developed a mass culture.
    O.   Describe the new forms of popular entertainment in the late 1800s.
Ms. Kirst
U.S. History 1860-WWII
Unit 2: Industrialization of the United States


Key Terms & People

“new” immigrant                      skyscraper              tenement
steerage                             Great Chicago Fire      Mark Twain
Ellis Island                         Elisha Otis             Gilded Age
Angel island                         mass transit            conspicuous consumerism
Americanization                      Dumbell Tenement        mass culture
“melting pot”                        Homestead Act           Joseph Pulitzer
nativism                             suburb                  William Randolph Hearst
Chinese Exclusion Act                Great Migration         Horatio Alger
urbanization                         sunbelt                 vaudeville
rural-to-urban immigrant             Frederick Law Olmsted
Ms. Kirst
U.S. History 1860-WWII
Unit 2: Industrialization of the United States

         Chapter 15: The South and West Transformed
Objectives: By the end of the unit students will be able to:

    A. Explain how the southern economy changed in the late 1800s.
    B. Analyze how southern farmers consolidated their political power.
    C. Explain the phases of U.S. Indian policy in the 1800s.
    D. Describe the experience of African Americans in the changing south.
    E. Compare the ways Native Americans and white settlers viewed and used the land.
    F. Describe the conflicts between white settlers and Indians.
    G. Evaluate the impact of the Indian Wars.
    H. Describe the ways in which federal policy toward Native Americans has shifted since the
       origins of the nation.
    I. Identify arguments in support of and against Native American claims of lands they
       inhabited before white settlement of North America.
    J. Analyze the impact of mining and railroads on the settlement of the West.
    K. Explain how ranching affected western development.
    L. Discuss the ways various peoples lived in the West and their impact on the environment.

Key Terms & People

cash crop                            Chief Joseph                   Indian Self-Determination
Farmers’ Alliance                    Nez Perce War                       and Educational
Civil Rights Act of 1875             Wounded Knee                        Assistance Act
reservation                          assimilate                     vigilante
Sand Creek Massacre                  Dawes General Allotment        transcontinental railroad
Fetterman Massacre                       Act                        land grant
Red River War                        Bureau of Indian Affairs       open-range system
Sitting Bull                         Indian Reorganization Act      Homestead Act
Battle of Little Big Horn                                           Exoduster



                 Chapter 16: Issues of the Gilded Age
Objectives: By the end of the unit students will be able to:

    A. Assess how whites created a segregated society in the South and how African
       Americans responded.
    B. Analyze efforts to limit immigration and the effects.
    C. Compare the situations of Mexican Americans and of women to those of other groups.
    D. Describe the goals and achievements of the women’s movement.
    E. Explain why Americans remain divided over the issue of women’s rights.
    F. Analyze the ruling and recognize the effects of Plessy v. Ferguson
    G. Analyze the issue of corruption in national politics in the late 1870s and 1880s.
    H. Discuss civil service reform during the 1870s and 1880s.
    I. Assess the importance of economic issues in the politics in the Gilded Age.
    J. Analyze the problems farmers faced and the groups they formed to address them.
    K. Assess the goals of the Populists, and explain why the Populist Party did not last.

Key Terms & People

Jim Crow laws                        literacy test                  Booker T. Washington
poll tax                             grandfather clause             W.E.B. Du Bois
Ms. Kirst
U.S. History 1860-WWII
Unit 2: Industrialization of the United States

Ida B. Wells                         Plessy v. Ferguson        gold standard
Chinese Exclusion Act                Rutherford B. Hayes       Coinage Act of 1873
Las Gorras Blancas                   Benjamin Harrison         Oliver H. Kelley
National Women’s                     Grover Cleveland          Grange
    Suffrage Association             spoils system             Farmers Alliances
Elizabeth Cady Stanton               civil service             Populist Party
Susan B. Anthony                     Pendelton Civil Service   William Jennings Bryan
WCTU                                 Act                       William McKinley

								
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