EOC Review Key Concepts Chinese Exclusion Act Exodusters

EOC Review Key Concepts
Chinese Exclusion Act
battles with Plains Indians
Dawes Act
dispersal of the Plains Indians
Ghost Dance
effects of the Homestead Act
end of the open range
transcontinental trade from the railroad
Bessemer process
expansion of railroads
horizontal integration
vertical integration
Andrew Carnegie
John D. Rockefeller
J. P. Morgan
Standard Oil Company
Carnegie Steel
“new” immigrants of the late nineteenth century and early twentieth century
push and pull factors of immigration
political machines (Boss William Tweed, Tammany Hall)
Sherman Anti-Trust Act
Clayton Anti-Trust Act
Federal Reserve Act
Social Darwinism
labor unions (Knights of Labor, American Federation of Labor, Industrial
Workers of the World)
major labor strikes (Great Railroad Strike of 1877, Homestead Strike, Pullman
working conditions
Triangle Shirtwaist factory fire
municipal reforms
women’s suffrage movement (Alice Paul, Carrie Chapman Catt)
legislation (Meat Inspection Act, Pure Food and Drug Act)
amendments (Sixteenth, Seventeenth, Eighteenth, & Nineteenth
founding of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People
W. E. B. Du Bois
Theodore Roosevelt
William Howard Taft
Woodrow Wilson
military expansion
Social Darwinism
Great White Fleet
map of territories acquired
dollar diplomacy
Mexican Revolution and Pancho Villa
assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand
sinking of the Lusitania
Sussex Pledge
Zimmermann Telegram
Great Migration
victory gardens
liberty bonds
Committee on Public Information
Selective Service Act
Espionage Act of 1917
War Industries Board
trench warfare
Bolshevik Revolution
Big Four
Fourteen Points
League of Nations
war guilt clause
return to isolationism
Equal Rights Amendment
Palmer Raids
Scopes Trial
unequal distribution of wealth
weaknesses in agricultural sector
buying on margin
stock market crash
Black Cabinet
Works Progress Administration
Treaty of Versailles
Neutrality Acts
Lend-Lease Act
Pearl Harbor
Office of Price Administration
victory gardens
war bond drives
Double V Campaign
A. Philip Randolph
Battle of the Atlantic
Battle of Stalingrad
North Africa Campaign
Battle of Midway
Atlantic Charter
the Big Three (Roosevelt, Churchill, Stalin)
founding of the United Nations
China (Chang Kai-shek/Mao Zedong)
Korean War
Hollywood Ten
foreign policies of Kennedy, Johnson, Nixon, and Carter
Cuban Missile Crisis
Vietnam War (Gulf of Tonkin Resolution, Tet Offensive, My Lai Massacre,
Vietnamization, Cambodia, War Powers Act)
President Nixon travels to China
Soviet invasion of Afghanistan
cultural and athletic competitions
Great Society programs (War on Poverty, Medicaid, Medicare, education,
Dept. of Housing and Urban Development)
Democratic Party Convention of 1968
American Indian movement
Cesar Chavez
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People
Brown v. Board of Education
Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee
Freedom Rides
Civil Rights Act of 1964
Voting Rights Act of 1965
Bill Clinton
Clinton impeachment
cancer research
oil crisis of 1979
Iran hostage crisis
Iran-Contra Affair
wars in Iraq and Afghanistan
Engel v. Vitale
Gideon v. Wainwright
Escobedo v. Illinois
New York Times Co. v. Sullivan
Reynolds v. Sims
Griswold v. Connecticut
Miranda v. Arizona
Roe v. Wade
Oklahoma City bombing
Department of Homeland Security