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wh 6th grade history

Wilson hall 6th grade final history exam guide

26th president lead ruff riders set aside vast area of land fo national parks Theodore Roosevelt
28th president phd was one former president of princeton university won noble peace prize for league of nations Woodrow Wilson
was the leading voice for educational reform in the mid-1800s Horace Mann
was the first co-educational college in the U.S Oberlin
was the first female college and level inststution for women Troy Female Seminary
the effort to have all children regardless of their class or background educated in a common place common- school movement
1st college to except blacks New york African Free School
the complete end to slavery abolition
freedom from slavery for all enslaved African Americans emancipation
32nd president; only president to serve four terms Franklin D. Rosevelt
what was the bloodiest single day battle of the Civil War Battle of Antientan
a strong voice in the movement through the New York Tribune Horace Greeley
one of the most out outspoken and conterversal leaders in the abolisionist movement began publishing his anti slavery newspaper the liberator equality William Lloyd Garrison
One of the best known slavery activist of the 1830s Angelina Grimke
a slave who escaped slavery at the age of 20 and became one of the most important African American leaders today Frederick Douglass
a network of peopl who arranged transportation and hiding places for fugitives Underground Railroad
was one of the most famous conducters of the Underground railroad Harriet Tubman
how many states seceded from the union before lincoln took office 7
31st president; quacker; did not accept a salary; was president during Great Depression Herbert Hoover
was the 33rd president; was the president responsible for dropping the atomic bomb Harry S. Truman
states in the north that were for the confederate upper south
what was the capital of the Confederacy Richmond, Virginia
slave states that lay between the north and south and did not join the confedracy border states
was the first major clash between the union and the confederate forces First Battle of Bull Run
heavily armored with iron ships ironclads
call for all slaves in states rebbeling agianst to be freed Emancipation Proclamation
german submarines U-boats
british passenger ship Lusitania
promise not to sink merchant vessels "whithout warning or trying to save lives" Sussex Pledge
what were the american troops called American Expeditionary Force
north union
south confederacy
slaves had very poor living conditions- cabins with _____ _____, _____ ____, and _____ _____ dirty floors ; leaky roofs ; minimal furniture
stories with a moral which taught lessons how to survive under slavery folktales
emotional christain songs which blended african and european traditions spirituals
slave from Virginia believed God called him to overthrow slavery Nat Turner
people who leave one community and come to another to live immigrants
belief shared by many americans in the mid 1800s that the US should expand its borders to the Pacific Ocean manifest destiny
made durable pants for mine workers Levi Strauss
wrote Uncle Tom's Cabin Harriet Beacher Stowe
act of formally withdrawing from the union secession
first president of CSA Jefferson Davis
focused on gaining control of the Mississippi Union stratgy
the most important figure in the western theature of war Ulysses S. Grant
made slavery illegal through the U.S 13th Amendment
gave all african american men right to vote 15th amendment
gaurented citizenship & equal protection under the law to all born and naturilied in the U.S 14th amendment
the practice of extending a nation power by gaining territories for a colonial empire imperialism
34th president; first president to serve with all fifty states; last term served under the 22nd amendment Dwight Eisnhower
35th president; youngest president ever elected; peace core stablished under his term; assainated in dallas 1963 John F. Kennedy
small landowning farmers yeomen
they believed that salavation was avaliable to all people quakers
system of employing young women and of spinning thread and weaving cloth in one mill lowell system
when an army destroys its opponent's ability to fight by attacking civilian,economic, and military targets total war
built across the Isthmus of Panama to link the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans Panama Canal
escaped or captured slaves taken in by the Union armies during the civil war contrabands
payments for damages and expenses brought on by war reparations
old guns that outdated by civil war muskets
president that was assasinated ;was president during civil war Lincoln
locomotive railroad
created morse code Samuel Morse
patented sewing machine Elias Howe
invented cotton gin created interchangable parts Eli Whitney
a refusal to work until needs met strike
created the dewey system George Dewey
came up with a unique stratgy to destroy southern railroads and industry general Sherman
bought Alaska william seward
designed the steel plow John Deere
brought the british cocept to america Samuel Slater
system of hiring families and dividing factory work into simple tasks used in mills Rhode Island System
a period of widespread evanglism Second Great Awakening
lived an extremely plain life style , banned private ownership of property , and had a tendency to shake thier bodies during worship Shakers
immigrants from Ireland lived mostly in ______, ____ ____, __ _____, and ________ Massachuttes; New York; New Jersey; Penslvannia
Irish were _____ Catholic
______ were Catholics, Jews, and Lutherans Germans
________ went to Michigan, Winsconsin, and Ohio Germans
led by Theodore Roosevelt had a diverse group rough riders
where foreign nations control much of the trade and natural resource spheres of influence
that all nations have equal access to trade with china open door policy
a seige by chinese nationalist angered by foreign involvement in chinese affairs boxer rebellion
created by pres. wilson to increase public support for the war Committe of Public Information
provided bonds to allies to allow them to purchase food and war supplies liberty bonds
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