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Ten events shaping us history

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Ten events shaping us history

  1. 1. Focus on the following when studying: 1. Period of time 2. Basic explanation of what happened 3. Key people involved 3. How did it impact the US both positively and negatively 4. Key Terms/People and other topics I stressed in class Include pictures/maps and sources
  2. 2. Ten Events That Shaped US History to 1877 Native Americans Coming and Going(Forced)(10,000 years ago) Columbus and Exploration(1492-early 1600’s) Jamestown and Colonization(early 1600’s-1770’s) Revolutionary War(1775-1783) US Constitution(1789) Westward expansion(1800’s) Texas War for Ind.(1835-36)/Mexican-American War(1846-1848) Civil War(1861-1865) Reconstruction(1865-1877)
  3. 3. Reconstruction-1865-1877 The period of time after the Civil War in which the South had to be rebuilt and reorganized and brought back into the Union President’s Lincoln and Johnson wanted to be easy on the South That changed in the 1866 Congressional election
  4. 4. Republican Radical Reconstruction Rebuilt south economically, socially, politically and physically Split South into five military district controlled by US Army 13th , 14th and 15th Amendments passed Freedmen’s Bureau set up to help former slaves Southern governments taken over by “carpetbaggers” and “scalawags” These governments set up schools, raised taxes, built railroads, helped ex-slaves, industrialized the South Governments were accused of widespread corruption by southerners
  5. 5. Reconstruction 1865-1877 Reconstruction left very deep divisions between the northern states and southern states Once the northern governments and military left the south, traditional rich, white racist males took back over Jim Crow laws and segregation was established African-Americans would not see the rights they should have had in 1865 until 1964
  6. 6. The End of Reconstruction-1877 The Compromise of 1877 Unwritten deal between Northern and Southern politicians that settled the heavily disputed 1876 U.S. presidential election Republican Rutherford B. Hayes was awarded the White House over Democrat Samuel J. Tilden Hayes would then remove the federal troops from the south ending Reconstruction
  7. 7. Election of 1876 Rutherford B. Hayes vs. Samuel J. Tilden Tilden won the Popular vote and was leading electoral vote Four states(with 20 electoral votes) had disputed results
  8. 8. Student Topics Not On My List French and Indian War(1754-1763) Articles of Confederation(1781-1788) Industrial Revolution-early 1800’s War of 1812 Women’s Rights Movement(1848)-Seneca Falls Events Leading Up to Civil War  Missouri Compromise-1820  Compromise of 1850  Dred Scott Cast-1857  Kansas-Nebraska Act-1854  Lincoln’s Election of 1860
  9. 9. Missouri Compromise-1820
  10. 10. Compromise of 1850

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