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US History Chapter 14
Closed Shop
Right-to-work laws
"Do-Nothing Congress"
Fair-Deal
Businesses that only hired union workers
Anyone was able to work without being forced to join a union…
What Truman called congress because they would not pass any o…
The name of Truman's programs that he tried to pass to make l…
Closed Shop
Businesses that only hired union workers
Right-to-work laws
Anyone was able to work without being forced to join a union…
28 terms
AP US History Chapter 14
Crittenden Compromise
total war
Draft (conscription)
habeas corpus
A plan proposed by Senator John J. Crittenden for a constitut…
A form of warfare that mobilizes all of a societies resources…
The system for selecting individuals for compulsory military…
A legal writ forcing government authorities to justify their…
Crittenden Compromise
A plan proposed by Senator John J. Crittenden for a constitut…
total war
A form of warfare that mobilizes all of a societies resources…
24 terms
US History Chapter 14
Bessemer Process
Alexander Graham Bell
Thomas Edison
Transcontinental Railroad
A cheap and effective way to manufacture steel.
Invented the telephone
Patented the lightbulb.
Railroad connecting the west and east coasts of the continent…
Bessemer Process
A cheap and effective way to manufacture steel.
Alexander Graham Bell
Invented the telephone
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AMSCO AP US History Chapter 14
Jefferson Davis
Alexander H. Stephens
greenbacks
Morrill Tariff Act
He served as President of the Confederate States during the C…
He served as vice president of the Confederate States of Amer…
Name given to paper money issued by the Union government duri…
In 1861, this tariff act raised rates to increase revenue and…
Jefferson Davis
He served as President of the Confederate States during the C…
Alexander H. Stephens
He served as vice president of the Confederate States of Amer…
49 terms
US History Chapter 14
Textiles and Clothing
Railroad
None
146 women died in the fire due to safe…
Pauline Newman led the first female organized labor union. Wh…
Eugune V. Debs is associated with unions and strikes in what…
How many strikes were successful?
As a result of the Triangle Shirt Waist Factory...
Textiles and Clothing
Pauline Newman led the first female organized labor union. Wh…
Railroad
Eugune V. Debs is associated with unions and strikes in what…
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US History - Chapter 14
James Buchanan
Frederick Douglass
Abraham Lincoln
Jefferson Davis
15th President of the US; offered to protect slavery to keep…
abolitionist; fought and won for black soldiers' right to joi…
signed the Emancipation Proclamation into law
1st and only President of the CSA
James Buchanan
15th President of the US; offered to protect slavery to keep…
Frederick Douglass
abolitionist; fought and won for black soldiers' right to joi…
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US History Chapter 14
Edwin L. Drake
Thomas Alva Edison
Alexander Graham Bell
Christopher Sholes
This individual made retrieving oil from beneath the earth's…
This individual is credited with perfecting the incandescent…
This individual is credited, along with Thomas Watson, as hav…
This individual invented the typewriter.
Edwin L. Drake
This individual made retrieving oil from beneath the earth's…
Thomas Alva Edison
This individual is credited with perfecting the incandescent…
47 terms
AMSCO AP US History Chapter 14
border states
Confederate States of America
Jefferson Davis
Alexander H. Stephens
During the Civil War the term for the the states of Delaware,…
In February 1861, representatives of South Carolina, Georgia,…
He served as President of the Confederate States during the C…
He served as vice president of the Confederate States of Amer…
border states
During the Civil War the term for the the states of Delaware,…
Confederate States of America
In February 1861, representatives of South Carolina, Georgia,…
US History Chapter 14
sectionalism
slave codes
Underground Railroad
free state
a loyalty to a section of a country rather than to the whole…
laws to control the behavior of slaves
a secret system set up to help enslaved people escape from th…
a state in which slavery was not allowed
sectionalism
a loyalty to a section of a country rather than to the whole…
slave codes
laws to control the behavior of slaves
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US History Chapter 14
In the late 1700's and the early 1800'…
Boston reformer DOROTHEA DIX was shock…
Women mill workers in Lowell, Massachu…
Organised by churches, the SECOND GREA…
False/Second Great Awakening.
True
True
False/Temperance Movement
In the late 1700's and the early 1800'…
False/Second Great Awakening.
Boston reformer DOROTHEA DIX was shock…
True
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US History Chapter 14
government agency responsible for mana…
attack by U.S. army troops in 1864 in…
The Battle of Little Bighorn in 1876 w…
US army's killing of 300 SIOUX Indians…
Bureau of Indian Affairs
Sand Creek Massacre
George Armstrong Custer
Massacre at Wounded Knee
government agency responsible for mana…
Bureau of Indian Affairs
attack by U.S. army troops in 1864 in…
Sand Creek Massacre
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US History Chapter 14
totalitarianism
Joseph Stalin
Benito Mussolini
Adolf Hitler
a theory of government in which a single party or leader cont…
soviet union, took Lenins place as head of communist party; n…
Italy, founded Fasci di Combattimento (Fascist Party) a right…
Germany, led the Nazi Party, opposed anything that promoted c…
totalitarianism
a theory of government in which a single party or leader cont…
Joseph Stalin
soviet union, took Lenins place as head of communist party; n…
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US History Chapter 14
Alexander Graham Bell
American Federation of Labor (AFL)
Andrew Carnegie
Bessemer Process
Invented the telephone, which allowed for world-wide communic…
organized unions in workplaces across the United States
United States industrialist and philanthropist who led the st…
Allowed steel to be mass produced and made more quickly
Alexander Graham Bell
Invented the telephone, which allowed for world-wide communic…
American Federation of Labor (AFL)
organized unions in workplaces across the United States
47 terms
AMSCO AP US History Chapter 14
border states
Confederate States of America
Jefferson Davis
Alexander H. Stephens
During the Civil War the term for the the states of Delaware,…
In February 1861, representatives of South Carolina, Georgia,…
He served as President of the Confederate States during the C…
He served as vice president of the Confederate States of Amer…
border states
During the Civil War the term for the the states of Delaware,…
Confederate States of America
In February 1861, representatives of South Carolina, Georgia,…
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US History: Chapter 14- North & South
clipper ship
telegraph
Morse code
innovation
ship with sleek hulls and tall sails that "clipped" time from…
a device that used electric signals to send messages
a system of dots and dashes that represent the alphabet
a new development or invention
clipper ship
ship with sleek hulls and tall sails that "clipped" time from…
telegraph
a device that used electric signals to send messages
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US History Chapter 14
Edwin L. Drake
Bessemer process
Thomas Alva Edison
Christopher Sholes
Successfully used a steam engine to drill for oil near Huntsv…
Developed independently by British manufacturer Henry Besseme…
Pioneer on the industrial frontier, when he established the w…
Invented the typewriter in 1867
Edwin L. Drake
Successfully used a steam engine to drill for oil near Huntsv…
Bessemer process
Developed independently by British manufacturer Henry Besseme…
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US History Chapter 14.3
George M. Pullman
Interstate Commerce Act
Andrew Carnegie
vertical integration
invented the sleeping cars for trains and built a town to hou…
Monitors the business operation of carriers transporting good…
Created Carnegie Steel, used vertical integration by buying a…
process in which a company buys out its suppliers
George M. Pullman
invented the sleeping cars for trains and built a town to hou…
Interstate Commerce Act
Monitors the business operation of carriers transporting good…
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US History: Chapter 14: A New Industrial Age
transcontinental railroad
Credit Mobilier
Munn v. Illinois
Interstate Commerce Act
a railroad line linking the Atlantic and Pacific Coasts of th…
a construction company formed in 1864 by owners of the Union…
an 1877 case in which the Supreme Court upheld states' regula…
a law enacted in 1887 that reestablished the federal governme…
transcontinental railroad
a railroad line linking the Atlantic and Pacific Coasts of th…
Credit Mobilier
a construction company formed in 1864 by owners of the Union…
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AP US History Chapter 14
Crittenden Compromise
total war
Draft (conscription)
habeas corpus
A plan proposed by Senator John J. Crittenden for a constitut…
A form of warfare that mobilizes all of a societies resources…
The system for selecting individuals for compulsory military…
A legal writ forcing government authorities to justify their…
Crittenden Compromise
A plan proposed by Senator John J. Crittenden for a constitut…
total war
A form of warfare that mobilizes all of a societies resources…
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US History Chapter 14
Bessemer Process
Alexander Graham Bell
Thomas Edison
Transcontinental Railroad
A cheap and effective way to manufacture steel.
Invented the telephone
Patented the lightbulb.
Railroad connecting the west and east coasts of the continent…
Bessemer Process
A cheap and effective way to manufacture steel.
Alexander Graham Bell
Invented the telephone
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US History Chapter 14 The Great Depression
Causes of the Great Depression
Effects of the Great Depression
Farmers' debt or Farming Crisis
Hayley-Smoot Tariff Act
1. The stock market crashed.... 2. Tariffs on foreign goods and…
1. Many men became unemployed... 2. Many families became homeles…
During the 1920s many farmers had increased the amount of cro…
This was a protective tariff established to protect American…
Causes of the Great Depression
1. The stock market crashed.... 2. Tariffs on foreign goods and…
Effects of the Great Depression
1. Many men became unemployed... 2. Many families became homeles…
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US History Chapter 14 Vocabulary
Moratorium
Dole
Subsidy
Unionization
A suspension of activity; an official waiting period; an auth…
Money or goods given as charity
A government payment that supports a business or market
To fight for workers' rights, workers sometimes form a union—…
Moratorium
A suspension of activity; an official waiting period; an auth…
Dole
Money or goods given as charity
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US. History Chapter 14 Vocab
Blitzkrieg
Lend-Lease Act
Atlantic Charter
Bataan Death March
"Lightening War" that emphasized the use of speed and firepow…
Act passed in 1941 that allowed President (FDR) to sell or le…
A joint deceleration made in August 1941 by Great Britain and…
During World War II, the forced march of American and Filipin…
Blitzkrieg
"Lightening War" that emphasized the use of speed and firepow…
Lend-Lease Act
Act passed in 1941 that allowed President (FDR) to sell or le…
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US History chapter 14
According to the textbook, what was th…
What was one of the South's primary ad…
What was the South's basic strategy fo…
Where did most of the fighting occur i…
states' rights
better commanders
to outlast the North's will to fight
Virginia
According to the textbook, what was th…
states' rights
What was one of the South's primary ad…
better commanders
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US History Chapter 14
Bessemer Process
Alexander Graham Bell
Thomas Edison
Transcontinental Railroad
A cheap and effective way to manufacture steel.
Invented the telephone
Patented the lightbulb.
Railroad connecting the west and east coasts of the continent…
Bessemer Process
A cheap and effective way to manufacture steel.
Alexander Graham Bell
Invented the telephone
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US History Chapter 14
A disease, potato blight, left many fa…
to vote, own property, sit on juries,…
Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Lucretia cr…
Nathaniel Hawthorne - Scarlet Letter... E…
Why did Irish Immigrants flood to the United States?
List some rights that women were trying to get.
List some people, men or women who help in the Women's moveme…
List some writers and what they wrote in the Romantic Period.
A disease, potato blight, left many fa…
Why did Irish Immigrants flood to the United States?
to vote, own property, sit on juries,…
List some rights that women were trying to get.
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US History- Chapter 14
New Immigrants
Steerage
Ellis Island
Angel Island
Southern and Eastern European immigrants
Third-class accommodations on a steamship, which were usually…
Island in New York Harbor that served as an immigration stati…
Immigrant processing station that opened in San Francisco Bay…
New Immigrants
Southern and Eastern European immigrants
Steerage
Third-class accommodations on a steamship, which were usually…
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Chapter 14 words for US history
Al Capone
Anarchy
Anti-Saloon League
Babe Ruth
Famous Gangster during prohibition; from Chicago.
Absence of government
Protestant group advancing prohibition
famous baseball player/ held most home-runs until Hank Aaron
Al Capone
Famous Gangster during prohibition; from Chicago.
Anarchy
Absence of government
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US History Ch 14
Dust Bowl
Bread line
Hawley- Smoot Tarriff Act
speculation
The region, including Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas, Colorado, and…
A line of people waiting for free food
A 1930 law that established the highest protective tariff in…
An involvement in risky business transactions in an effort to…
Dust Bowl
The region, including Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas, Colorado, and…
Bread line
A line of people waiting for free food
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AP US History Chapter 14 (b)
Crittenden Compromise
total war
Draft (conscription)
habeas corpus
A plan proposed by Senator John J. Crittenden for a constitut…
A form of warfare that mobilizes all of a societies resources…
The system for selecting individuals for compulsory military…
A legal writ forcing government authorities to justify their…
Crittenden Compromise
A plan proposed by Senator John J. Crittenden for a constitut…
total war
A form of warfare that mobilizes all of a societies resources…
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US History Chapter 14
Closed Shop
Right-to-work laws
"Do-Nothing Congress"
Fair-Deal
Businesses that only hired union workers
Anyone was able to work without being forced to join a union…
What Truman called congress because they would not pass any o…
The name of Truman's programs that he tried to pass to make l…
Closed Shop
Businesses that only hired union workers
Right-to-work laws
Anyone was able to work without being forced to join a union…
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US History Chapter 14
Election of 1848
Gold Rush
Compromise of 1850
Election of 1852
Taylor won for the Whigs defeated Lewis Case and former Presi…
1848, Gold was discovered in Sutter's Mill
California was admitted as a free state. New Mexico and Utah…
Franklin Pierce won for the Democrats. Tried to maintain.
Election of 1848
Taylor won for the Whigs defeated Lewis Case and former Presi…
Gold Rush
1848, Gold was discovered in Sutter's Mill
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US History Chapter 14
Major contributor to the United States…
Womens contribution to the war
Effects of World War I on life in the…
Versailles Treaty
Germany's unrestricted warfare
Volunteered, Red Cross, Nurses,
Prohibition was passed... Women gained greater job opportunities…
Was opposed by many senators because they did not want the U.…
Major contributor to the United States…
Germany's unrestricted warfare
Womens contribution to the war
Volunteered, Red Cross, Nurses,
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US History Chapter 14 Vocabulary
Clipper Ship
Innovation
Telegraph
Transform
Ship with sleek hulls and tall sails that "clipped" time from…
A new development or invention
A devise that used electric signals to send messages
To change significantly
Clipper Ship
Ship with sleek hulls and tall sails that "clipped" time from…
Innovation
A new development or invention
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US History Chapter 14
push-pull factor
Pacific Railway Acts
Morrill Land Grant Act
Land Speculator
Conditions that draw people to another location or cause peop…
acts that gave companies loans and large land grants to build…
of 1862, in this act, the federal government had donated publ…
A person who buys land in the hope that it will increase in v…
push-pull factor
Conditions that draw people to another location or cause peop…
Pacific Railway Acts
acts that gave companies loans and large land grants to build…
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US History Chapter 14 & 15
Gross National Product
Industrialization
Laissez Faire Capitalism
Alexander Graham Bell
the total value of goods and services produced by a country d…
the expansion of industry after the Civil War that led millio…
let people do as they please-the government should not interf…
Invented the telephone while trying to invent a hearing aid
Gross National Product
the total value of goods and services produced by a country d…
Industrialization
the expansion of industry after the Civil War that led millio…
28 terms
AP US History Chapter 14
Crittenden Compromise
total war
Draft (conscription)
habeas corpus
A plan proposed by Senator John J. Crittenden for a constitut…
A form of warfare that mobilizes all of a societies resources…
The system for selecting individuals for compulsory military…
A legal writ forcing government authorities to justify their…
Crittenden Compromise
A plan proposed by Senator John J. Crittenden for a constitut…
total war
A form of warfare that mobilizes all of a societies resources…
21 terms
Chapter 14 words for US history
Al Capone
Anarchy
Anti-Saloon League
Babe Ruth
Famous Gangster during prohibition; from Chicago.
Absence of government
Protestant group advancing prohibition
famous baseball player/ held most home-runs until Hank Aaron
Al Capone
Famous Gangster during prohibition; from Chicago.
Anarchy
Absence of government
20 terms
AP US History Chapter 14
Crittenden Compromise
total war
Draft (conscription)
habeas corpus
A plan proposed by Senator John J. Crittenden for a constitut…
A form of warfare that mobilizes all of a societies resources…
The system for selecting individuals for compulsory military…
A legal writ forcing government authorities to justify their…
Crittenden Compromise
A plan proposed by Senator John J. Crittenden for a constitut…
total war
A form of warfare that mobilizes all of a societies resources…
45 terms
US History - Chapter 14
Confederate States of America
Fort Sumter
Northern Advantages
Southern Advantages
Representatives met in Montgomery in 1861 and formed the Conf…
Bombardment began on April 12, 1861.... Major Anderson surrender…
23 states - 22 million people... Transportation... Industry
(11 states - 9 million people)... Home field... Focus and Unity... Sup…
Confederate States of America
Representatives met in Montgomery in 1861 and formed the Conf…
Fort Sumter
Bombardment began on April 12, 1861.... Major Anderson surrender…
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US History Chapter 14
push-pull factor
Pacific Railway Acts
Morrill Land Grant Act
Land Speculator
Conditions that draw people to another location or cause peop…
acts that gave companies loans and large land grants to build…
of 1862, in this act, the federal government had donated publ…
A person who buys land in the hope that it will increase in v…
push-pull factor
Conditions that draw people to another location or cause peop…
Pacific Railway Acts
acts that gave companies loans and large land grants to build…
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Abeka US History Chapter 14
Jedediah Smith
Oregon Trail
Dr. Marcus Whitman
Narcissa Whitman
Christian adventurer who discovered the South Pass through th…
2,000-mile path to the Pacific Northwest; ran from Independen…
led the largest wagon train to go west- the "Great Migration"…
first white woman to journey west of the Rockies
Jedediah Smith
Christian adventurer who discovered the South Pass through th…
Oregon Trail
2,000-mile path to the Pacific Northwest; ran from Independen…
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Chapter 14 US History I
industrialization
innovation
steel
Bessemer Process
shift from farming to manufacturing economy due to factors:…
A new method, idea, product, etc.; invention--*efficiency at…
strong metal made by removing carbon from iron; used to mak…
a new technique used to change iron into steel quickly and…
industrialization
shift from farming to manufacturing economy due to factors:…
innovation
A new method, idea, product, etc.; invention--*efficiency at…
47 terms
AMSCO AP US History Chapter 14
border states
Confederate States of America
Jefferson Davis
Alexander H. Stephens
States bordering the North: Delaware, Maryland, Kentucky and…
The confederation formed in 1861 by the Southern states after…
An American statesman and politician who served as President…
Vice President of the Confederate States of America, in defen…
border states
States bordering the North: Delaware, Maryland, Kentucky and…
Confederate States of America
The confederation formed in 1861 by the Southern states after…
21 terms
US History Chapter 14
What school did Booker T. Washington e…
What is George Washington Carver known…
Which of the crops that Carver urged f…
By the middle of the 1800s, what was t…
Tuskegee Institute
his ability to work with plants and his uses for the peanut a…
soybeans
the Great Plains and the areas around the Rocky Mountains
What school did Booker T. Washington e…
Tuskegee Institute
What is George Washington Carver known…
his ability to work with plants and his uses for the peanut a…
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US History: Chapter 14
Edwin L. Drake
Bessemer process
Thomas Alva Edison
Christopher Sholes
First man to drill for oil using a steam engine in 1859
A way to manufacture steel quickly and cheaply by blasting ho…
Inventor of the lightbulb in 1880
Inventor of the typewriter 1867
Edwin L. Drake
First man to drill for oil using a steam engine in 1859
Bessemer process
A way to manufacture steel quickly and cheaply by blasting ho…
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US History Chapter 14
states rights
Anaconda Plan
Thomas J. Jackson
First Battle of Manassas
the idea that the union binding "these United States" is an a…
the Union planned a blockade that would not allow supplies of…
Earned the nickname "Stonewall" during a battle at Manassas,…
First major battle of the war fought just outside Washington…
states rights
the idea that the union binding "these United States" is an a…
Anaconda Plan
the Union planned a blockade that would not allow supplies of…
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Chapter 14 US History
Collective bargaining
Division of labor
Sweatshop
Tenement
negotiations between employers and employee representatives a…
a method that factories use to make each worker do one task t…
is a small factory where employees work long hours under poor…
apartment buildings that are run down and conditions are bad.
Collective bargaining
negotiations between employers and employee representatives a…
Division of labor
a method that factories use to make each worker do one task t…
19 terms
Chapter 14 US History
price support
credit
Alfred E. Smith
Dow Jones Industrial Average
the maintenance of a price at a certain level through gov't i…
an arrangement in which a buyer pays later for a purchase, of…
American statesman who was elected Governor of New York four…
a measure based in the prices of stocks of 30 large companies…
price support
the maintenance of a price at a certain level through gov't i…
credit
an arrangement in which a buyer pays later for a purchase, of…
28 terms
US history chapter 14
The United States transitioned from ag…
Crude Oil
Edwin Drake
Bessemer Process
Which of the following statements best describes the economy…
What is known as "Black Gold"?
This inventor developed a way to pump oil out of the ground u…
This is used to convert iron into steel.
The United States transitioned from ag…
Which of the following statements best describes the economy…
Crude Oil
What is known as "Black Gold"?
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