Hist1301 Week 15

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  • Railroad Riot Extra
  • Heading West
  • Ride The Train and Shoot a Buffalo!
  • Battle of the Little Big Horn
  • En Route to Kansas
  • The American Frankenstein
  • Serenading a "Blackleg" on His Return From Work
  • The Eight-Hour Movement
  • What Shall We Do With Our Boys?
  • A Lady Delegate Reading Her Argument in Favor of Woman's Voting
  • The Fifteenth Amendment Illustrated
  • Panic as Health Officer, Sweeping the Garbage out of Wall Street
  • A Tramp's Morning Ablutions
  • The Red Flag in New York
  • The Molly Maguires
  • Greenback Candidate
  • The Philadelphia Militia Fires on the Mob
  • July 22, 1877
  • Waiting for the Reduction of the Army
  • Hist1301 Week 15

    1. 1. New Frontiers: Westward Expansion and Industrial Growth 1865–1877
    2. 2. HIST 1301 Mini-Lectures on YouTube Click Here for the Wk 15 Mini-Lecture Playlist
    3. 3. What's Due This Week?
    4. 4. Change and Violence on the Frontier
    5. 5. Railroads and Settlers Move West
    6. 6. Pete Seeger “The Buffalo Skinners” Podcast from American Industrial Ballads Notes Slaughter of the Buffalo
    7. 7. American Indians and Mexican Americans Fight for Autonomy
    8. 8. African Americans Seek Opportunity in the West
    9. 9. Industrialization and the Working Class
    10. 10. The Rise of Big Business
    11. 11. The Growth of Cities and a National Industrial Workforce
    12. 12. The Spread of Immigration
    13. 13. An American Labor Movement Emerges
    14. 14. Workers Organize
    15. 15. Racism Stalls the Labor Movement
    16. 16. Working Women, Unions, and the Vote
    17. 17. The Panic of 1873
    18. 18. Workers Renew Demands for Economic and Political Power
    19. 19. The Great Uprising of 1877
    20. 20. Lectures at an End HIST 1301 Review on Monday

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