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Bell ringers for lecturesReconstruction- Rise of CapitalismName______________Date_______________Block_______________
6.1-Identify how the effects of 19th century warfare promoted the growth ofindustrialism.• The need to clothethousands of ...
6.9-Recognize the economic disparity among farmers, wage earners, immigrants, orracial groups when compared to industrial ...
SPI 6.2- Identify major agricultural post-Civil War American geographic areas on a map.• Following the CivilWar, which agr...
6.7-Recognize the technological and industrial advancements inmining, farming, or ranching.• Which developmentduring the I...
6.8- Match the innovators to their industrial and technological contributions.• Inventor in communication networks• Invent...
6.9-Recognize the economic disparity among farmers, wage earners,immigrants, or racial groups when compared to industrial ...
6.9-Recognize the economic disparity among farmers, wageearners, immigrants, or racial groups when compared to industrial ...
6.8- Match the innovators to their industrial and technological contributions.• The Standard OilCompany which cameto contr...
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Bell ringers for lectures reconstruction rise of capitalism

  1. 1. Bell ringers for lecturesReconstruction- Rise of CapitalismName______________Date_______________Block_______________
  2. 2. 6.1-Identify how the effects of 19th century warfare promoted the growth ofindustrialism.• The need to clothethousands of Unionsoldiers in the NorthernUnited States during theCivil War led to theexpansion ofA. Cotton plantationsB. Textile manufacturingC. The steel industryD. Labor unions
  3. 3. 6.9-Recognize the economic disparity among farmers, wage earners, immigrants, orracial groups when compared to industrial capitalists• A union led by SamuelGompers which focused oneconomic issues includingthe eight hour workday andincreased wages. Throughcollectivebargaining, Gompers wasable to make modest gainsfor workers.A. IWWB. TEAC. NEAD. AFL
  4. 4. SPI 6.2- Identify major agricultural post-Civil War American geographic areas on a map.• Following the CivilWar, which agriculturalproduct was most oftenproduced in the darkershaded region on themap.A. CornB. TobaccoC. CottonD. rice
  5. 5. 6.7-Recognize the technological and industrial advancements inmining, farming, or ranching.• Which developmentduring the Industrial Eraled to the expansion offarming and ranching inthe United States?A. Steel beam constructionB. Assembly linemanufacturingC. Growth of the railroadsD. Increase in electriclighting
  6. 6. 6.8- Match the innovators to their industrial and technological contributions.• Inventor in communication networks• Inventor of the hydrofoil and metaldetector• Advanced aviation technologyThe list above bestdescribes theaccomplishments ofA. Alexander Graham BellB. George WestinghouseC. Thomas EdisonD. Gustavus Swift
  7. 7. 6.9-Recognize the economic disparity among farmers, wage earners,immigrants, or racial groups when compared to industrial capitalists.• A doctrine whichexpressed thatAmerican lawmakersbelieved that naturalmarket forces, notgovernment shouldregulate themarketplace.A. SocialismB. Laissez-faire
  8. 8. 6.9-Recognize the economic disparity among farmers, wageearners, immigrants, or racial groups when compared to industrial capitalists.• The primary cause of laborstrikes in the early 1900swasA. Entry of women intoindustrial workplaces.B. Decision of businessowners to integratefactories.C. Inability of immigrants tofind employment inindustry.D. Low wages of workerscompared to factoryowners.
  9. 9. 6.8- Match the innovators to their industrial and technological contributions.• The Standard OilCompany which cameto control 95% of theUnited States refinerieswas controlled byA. Andrew CarnegieB. Cornelius VanderbiltC. J. P. MorganD. John D. Rockefeller

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