Reconstruction

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  1. What can we learn about Reconstruction from analyzing a variety of political cartoons? How do political cartoons help document contemporary, historical or  political thought? How can I analyze a political cartoon?  
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2. Aim: What was the radical plan for Reconstruction after the Civil War?

 

3. How did government institutions undermine the rights of African Americans from 1865 into the 1900’s?

3a. How did government institutions undermine the rights of African Americans from 1865 into the 1900’s?

 

4. Reconstruction Amendment Project

5. What were the causes & effects of the SCOTUS case Plessy v. Ferguson?

 

7. Aim: What was sharecropping, and how accurate is a history textbook’s description of sharecropping?

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8.  Aim: How did the women’s rights movement grow & evolve over the years?

Aim: What was the impact of emancipation on the women’s rights movement?

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https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1GIPT8fVs0clmSGrLJTFFa3ZEVf6vUotDziqEC-5a5Vk/

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9. Aim: What were the effects of territorial expansion and economic growth on America between 1800 and 1865?  Picture Analysis

 

10. Aim: Why did nativists oppose the United States policy of open immigration in the late 1800s and early 1900s?

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11. Aim: Why did Americans pass the Chinese Exclusion Act of 1882?

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Aim: What were the causes of the Chinese exclusion act? What were the attitudes towards immigration in the late 1800’s and early 1900’s?

 

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