US History: Expansion and Reform
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  • 1. Westward Movement, Immigration, Industrialization
  • 2. Mining and RailroadsA Boom in Gold and Silver Railroad Industry Rises
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  • 4. The Cattle KingdomRailroads, Cattle, andFarming
  • 5. Railroads, Cattle, andFarmingRailroad Changes Life for Native Americans
  • 6. Railroads, Cattle, and Farming: Farmers Move West
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  • 8. Right: Andrew Carnegie’s steel industryBottom Right: JP Morgan banksBelow: Rockefeller oilSteel, Banks, and Oil
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  • 10. Left: Ellis IslandBelow: Immigrants into Angel and Ellis Island Immigration Workers Needed
  • 11. UrbanizationChicago during the Industrial Revolution Causes and A New Workplace
  • 12. Right: Inside of a Pullman train carRise of Organized Labor Below: A Pullman train carUrbanization The Pullman Strike
  • 13. Urban MiddleUrbanization: Impacts Class The Urban Poor Wealthy
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  • 15. Urbanization = Corruption
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  • 17. 16th and 17thAmendment passed Laws and ordinances passed to make living conditions safe and sanitaryProgressive Era 1898 to 1917 Public education provided for children
  • 18. Picture Citations Slide 2  Slide 10  en.wikipedia.org  latinamericanstudies.org  uni.edu  us.history.wisc.edu  old-picture.com  camla.org  historyrhymes.info  davidderrick.wordpress.com Slide 4  Slide 11  us.history.wisc.edu  laugalaekjarskoli.is Slide 5  unicornofthesea.edublogs.org  skyways.org  lackuna.com  operationmorningstar.org  Slide 12 Slide 6  americanbar.org  csmh.pbworks.com  library.wisc.edu  fold3.com  Slide 13  nps.gov  wikis.nyu.edu  afrotexan.com  chipbruce.wordpress.com Slide 8  Slide 15  entmoney.com  freetoassemble.com  explorepahistory.com  Slide 17  assassinscreed.wikia.com  internationalsovereignservices.i  themorgan.org nfo  freeinfosociety.com  sjsapush.com  prisonplanet.com  fasttrackteaching.com  summercounts.com
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