G. W. Carver High School 11 thG. W. Carver High School 11 th
United States from a national and Alabama perspective. Students develop historical-thinking skills, including chronological thinking, historical comprehension, historical analysis and interpretations
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Major agricultural produce- cattle, corn, cotton, wheat, hogs, tobacco, fruit and vegetables
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The Granger Movement us history/Napp Name: Do NowThe Granger Movement us history/Napp Name: Do Now
During the 19th century, farmers found themselves at the mercy of forces – commodity prices, grain storage charges, interest rates, and shipping costs – that were beyond their control
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The Progressive Era (1890’s to late 1910’s/early 1920’s) The Progressive EraThe Progressive Era (1890’s to late 1910’s/early 1920’s) The Progressive Era
Even though they lost, they paved the way for many reforms. The Populist Party and Progressives were third political parties that focused on a particular person and issue
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Unit 8: The Progressive Era (1890’s to late 1910’s/early 1920’s) The Progressive EraUnit 8: The Progressive Era (1890’s to late 1910’s/early 1920’s) The Progressive Era
The Populist Platform called for more popular involvement in government such as direct election of senators, initiative, referendum and recall. Even though they lost, they paved the way for many reforms
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Chapter 17: The Twentieth Century Age of Extremes C. Chase-Dunn and B. LerroChapter 17: The Twentieth Century Age of Extremes C. Chase-Dunn and B. Lerro
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US. 10 Analyze the similarities and differences between the ideologies of Social Darwinism and Social Gospel. (C, E, P)
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Unit 8 The Progressive Era (1890’s to late 1910’s/early 1920’s) The Progressive EraUnit 8 The Progressive Era (1890’s to late 1910’s/early 1920’s) The Progressive Era
The Populist Platform called for more popular involvement in government such as direct election of senators, initiative, referendum and recall. Even though they lost, they paved the way for many reforms
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The Gilded AgeThe Gilded Age
Organizing principle The Gilded Age fostered the consolidation and centralization of business, the government, and disadvantaged economic and social classes
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