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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 Hist1301 Week 15 Presentation Transcript

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