Hannah- 4th Period
A Coggle Diagram about Chapter 6- Section 3
(Taft ran for president and became president in 1908
, Theodore Roosevelt in 1904
, Promised vise president in 1904
), Chapter 7- Section 4
(William Howard Taft hoped to change American society.
, French company tried to build a canal across Panama
, United States recognized Panama independence immediately.
), Chapter 8- Section 5- The end of World War 1 had impacted people all over the world.
, Chapter 4- Section 4
(People worked in unsafe and unhealthy conditions.
, Industrial growth created lots of jobs.
and Economic depressions in the 1870's and 1890's.
), Chapter 5- Section 1
(Immigrants travel in steerage on the bottom of ships.
, Immigrants greatest problem was trying to find work.
and Many people left their homes because of problems
), Chapter 5- Section 2
(Many new buildings and transportation `begin to appear.
, Many serious problems happened because of horse manure and garbage.
and Immigrants lived in crowded cities the poorest survived in tenements
), Chapter 6- Section 1
(Theodore Roosevelt was important because he became president in 1904.
, Wanted to change the world
and Reformers in America had new ideas for ending injustice.
), Chapter 6- Section 2
(Many women organized a women's convention.
, Progressive era became involved in many movements
and Lives of middle class women changed in the 1800's
), Chapter 4 - Section 1 - Railroads transformed the economy and geography of the US in the late 1800's
, Chapter 6- Section 4
(African American women formed groups to end discrimination in the North.
, During the 1800's, the majority of Americans were white protestants who were born in the united states.
and African Americans faced discrimination
), Chapter 7- Section 1
(Japan opened two ports to American trading ships.
, United States bought Alaska from Russia for 7.2 Million dollars
and Powerful European nations gained economic and political control over weaker nations
), Chapter 7-Section 2
(In the 1900's Japan and Russia battled over Manchuris
, Leaders of provisional government asked the United States to add Hawaii
and By the late 1890's, Japan and several European powers had carved out spheres
), Chapter 7- Section 3
(The U.S tole in the Philippines caused fierce debate.
, Government worried about a rebellion taking place.
and Cuba triggered the Spanish-American's.
), Chapter 4- Section 3
(Corporations grew larger because of Rockefeller.
, A monopoly was created with standard oil .
and In the 1860's Oil and Steel grew.
), Chapter 8- Section 1- World war one was very bad and it was many years long.
, Chapter 8- Section 2- The United States wasn't able to presume its goal of being a neutral country and entered World War 1.
, Chapter 8- Section 3- The United States helped end World War 1.
, Chapter 8- Section 4- The war demonstrated American people ability to work hard.
, Chapter 4 - Section 2
(Alexander Gram Bell invented an even greater compact on communications.
, In the 1900's , transportation improved in the new era.
and The first automobile and telegraph was built.
), Chapter 9- Section 1- American society created tension and conflict.
, Chapter 9- Section 2- The American people "Turned to normalcy".
, Chapter 9- Section 3- New products helped and changed the way people lived.
, Chapter 9- Section 4- The 1920's period had a lot of conflict.
, Chapter 10-Section 1 The Great Depression caused a lot of suffering and changed the way people lived and thought about themselves and others.
, Chapter 10-Section 2 The New Deal involved government in social and economic concerns and changed the way government relates to its citizens.
, Chapter 10-Section 3 The Great Depression affected the lives millions of people.
, Chapter 10- Section 4 People still debate the impact of the New Deal on the Depression and on the nation overall.
, Chapter 11- Section 1 The 1930's hostile actions of aggression world leaders helped lead the whole world into war.
, Chapter 11- Section 2 War begins in Europe and the United States found itself drawn in-despite the widespread desire for neutrality.
, Chapter 11- Section 3 Getting ready fighting for World War ll.
, Chapter 11 -Section 4 The Allies stopped the Axis powers in Europe.
, Chapter 11- Section 5 Allied victories forced the Japanese to surrender unconditionally, ending World War ll.
, Chapter 12- Section 1 The tensions that emerged after World War ll led to a conflict that dominated US foreign polices for decades.
, Chapter 12- Section 2 government efforts to address the economic, political, and social problems of the Cold War era changed the nation.
, Chapter 12- Section 3 The Korean War tested how far the United States was willing to go to stop the spread of communism around the world.
and Chapter 12- Section 4 While Cold War tensions lingered in the background, the United States built a new kind of society after the war.