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This battle was the Confederate high water mark during the Civil War.
This measure freed all the slaves in the U.S.
He emerged as the undisputed master of the steel industry.
He revolutionized the cigarette industry, founded the American tobacco Company, and endowed a prestigious
This branch of the government did not convict President Johnson in 1868 after he was impeached.
This Civil War general’s property became Arlington National Cemetery.
Because Andrew Jackson was his mentor, this president’s nickname was, “Young Hickory.”
James K. Polk
He wrote the realistic novel, “The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn.”
This was an agricultural system in the post Civil War South that kept ex-slaves economically bound to their employers.
The president of the Confederacy, Jefferson Davis graduated from this college.
West Point/Miltary Academy
This former slave was an ardent Abolitionist and also participated in the Women’s Movement.
This general eventually took over command of all Union forces in 1864.
He is credited with inventing barbed wire.
The very inflated currency produced by the North during the Civil War was called these.
He started the concept of cattle drives, and established the first railhead in Abilene, Kansas.
In the early 1700s Peter the Great freed the slaves in this country.
This preeminent “silverite” was nominated for president in 1896 after his famous “Cross of Gold” speech.
During the Civil War the South attempted to acquire an alliance with England by using this diplomacy.
King Cotton Diplomacy
This movement proposed to exclude slavery from federal territories, and it organized a third political party in 1848.
Free Soil Party
This is a philosophy stating that government should keep its hands of the economy and other private enterprises.
27.The Shakers and the Oneida Community were examples of this type of social movement.
The “new” immigrants to the U.S. in the late 18th and early 20th Centuries were from this part of Europe.
South and East.
The Union Pacific and Central Pacific transcontinental railroads were joined at this place.
Promontory Point in Utah
This Supreme Court case declared that slaves were not citizens, and masters were free to transport them anywhere.
He was the first vice president to assume the presidency upon the death of the president.
Reconstruction ended when this president removed all federal troops from the South.
The concept that settlers of a new territory have the right to vote on whether to accept slavery.
He invented the telephone.
Alexander Graham Bell
He was the first president to be impeached by congress
This early civil rights leader was a gradualist; he emphasized patience and education for blacks.
Booker T. Washington
This early general of all Union troops was very passive and uncooperative with Lincoln.
This politician sponsored the ill-fated Kansas-Nebraska Act which caused his political demise.
Steven A. Douglas
This legislation, coming soon after Garfield’s assassination, was the first attempt at civil service reform.
Pendleton Service Acts
”Sooners” were the first people to “get a head start’ in settling this “Last Territory.”
The Seneca Falls Convention’s (1848) “Declaration of Sentiments” was modeled on this document.
Declaration of Independence
He was the founder and long-time leader of the American Federation of Labor.
This was America’s first big business.
This was an agency established by Congress in 1865 to help former slaves with shelter, food and employment.
This movement during the 19th and early 20th Centuries was a crusade against alcohol.
Stephen Austin and other Americans who received land grants in Texas from the Mexican gov’t were called.
He founded the Church of the Latter Day Saints (Mormonism) in Palmyra, N.Y.
The Democratic party’s rallying cry of, “Fifty Four Forty or Fight,” in 1845 referred to this territory.
He invented the electric telegraph.
This senator was the chief architect of the Compromise of 1850.
This antislavery zealot murdered five proslavery settlers during the “Bleeding Kansas” disaster
The number of states that made up the Confederacy.
Conscription of soldiers in the North led to draft riots in this city in 1863.
He was the first “Dark Horse” president, and also held that office during the Mexican-American War.
Because it was the capital of the Confederacy, this city’s capture was a goal of the North’s throughout the Civil War.
Captain Jack was a chief of this Northern Californian Indian tribe.
This was Mary Todd Lincoln’s home state which became an important border state during the Civil War.
This historian said that the Western frontier was responsible for the rugged individualism of the American character.
This abolitionist published “The Liberator.”
The Native American athlete, Jim Thorpe, attended this “Indian School,” to be “assimilated” into white culture.
Carlisle Indian School
Part of this legislative measure called for California entering the Union as a free state.
Name for reformers who sought to clean up the corruption in politics after the Civil War.
Name given to Lincoln’s plan for Reconstruction.
Name given to the crowded city slum dwellings in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.
The first state to secede from the Union.
This is a court order to end a strike – President Cleveland used it to terminate the Pullman Strike in 1894.
He became the first president of the Texas republic after winning the Battle of San Jacinto.
This law which was part of the Compromise of 1850 mandated the return of slaves who had escaped to the North.
These Native Americans believed that bullets could not harm them and that they could make white soldiers invisible.
He led an expedition to the Black Hills to dispel rumors of gold; instead the expedition found gold.
This theory asserted that “survival of the fittest” applied to, not only humans biologically, but also socially.
This 1852 novel was a scathing attack against the evils of slavery.
Uncle Thom’s Cabin
Although this man did not invent the elevator, he perfected an electric elevator and an elevator brake.
Name given to the four critical states that Lincoln successfully kept out of the Confederacy during the Civil War.
This doctrine of U.S. territorial expansion in the 19th Century claimed that it was ordained by God.
This is the Supreme Court case of 1896 that declared “separate but equal” schools for blacks and whites were legal.
Plessy vs Ferguson
Westinghouse and Tesla developed this kind of electrical transmission system.
The vast territory gained by the U.S. in 1848 after the Mexican War was called this.
The immense steel plant built by Carnegie was on the outskirts of this U.S. city.
American settlers to Mexico in the 1820s and 1830s ignored this religious condition for citizenship.
He assassinated President Garfield.
He became president when Garfield died.
This Union general captured the key city of Atlanta during the Civil War.
This Populist Party candidate received over one million votes in the election of 1892.
Many Irish immigrants settled in this very rough section of New York City in the early 19th Century.
5 points section
Over 100 people died in this uprising in New York City during the Civil War (1863).
This historian is the foremost authority on the Reconstruction period.
Lower class immigrants had to pass through this entry station in New York City.
He wrote the novel, The Ambassadors, which considered relationships between Americans and Europeans.
Laws that were enacted by Southern states to segregate the population; became widespread after Reconstruction.
Members of this religion were at the forefront of Abolitionism.
This strategic Confederate town on the Mississippi River was captured by Grant in 1863.
Black Kettle’s band of Cheyenne Indians were slaughtered at this incident in 1864 in SE Colorado.
104.This was the notorious political machine that dominated New York City politics for decades.
This act of 1890 was the first federal antitrust legislation.
In what year did US Grant take over all Union forces?
Who met in Mary Surratt’s house to plan their murders?
John Wilkes Booth
When was William Bryan, the preeminent “silverite”, nominated for president?
When was the freedman’s bureau established by congress?
When was the Seneca falls convention?
Who was the captain of the Modoc Indian Tribe?
In what year was the Chinese Exclusion Act established?
What were the Border States kept out of the confederacy during the Civil War?
Missouri, Kentucky, Maryland and Delaware
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