The West WWI Timeline Events

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  • Political Machine (Machine Bosses )

    Political Machine (Machine Bosses )
    Machine Bosses were command groups that supported crops of supporters and businesses. Many political machines such as Tammany Hall were run by boss William Magear Tweed, they were able to build a loyal voter following immigrant groups and provide jobs and housing.After all, The Machine Bosses had good benefits and problems that both resulted from the rule of political machines.
  • Important people (Henry Cabot Lodge)

    Important people (Henry Cabot Lodge)
    Henry Cabot Lodge was and American Republican Congressman. He was best known for positions on foreign policy especially during the battle between president Woodrow Wilson in 1919. He lead in fights against participation in the League of Nations after World War I. After all, Henry Cabot Lodge played a big role within a lot of important events in the United States and it has made him a very well known person today.
  • Important People (George Dewey)

    Important People (George Dewey)
    George Dewey was an Admiral of the Navy and the only person in the United States who attained the rank.He was remembered for his victory at Manila Bay in the Spanish American war. After all,George Dewey was very successful and an important policy-making body.
  • Conflict (Killing of buffalo)

    Conflict (Killing of buffalo)
    The Native American Dilemma killing of buffalo became a huge problem. Buffalo were the main source of Native life and almost hunted them into extinction.By 1880 fewer than 1000 were left without buffalo.The traditional way of Indians came eventually came to an end.
  • People (Native Whites)

    People (Native Whites)
    Whites during the Transforming of the west were farmers that wanted to expand their lands and profits. Many started to become miners, solders and even railroad workers. In conclusion whites were workers of all kind and some chose to stay Mormons.
  • Transcontinental Railroad (Central Pacific)

    Transcontinental Railroad (Central Pacific)
    The Central Pacific was a route between California and Utah from the west coast. It was one of the firs Transcontinental railroads to complete the western parts of the United States. However, transcontinental railroads failed due to consumed energy by political disputes over slavery. Therefore, the government and railroads both shared increasing values of the land grants which helped the railroad developed.
  • Western Settlement (Homestead act)

    Western Settlement (Homestead act)
    The homestead Act was passed by congress in 1862 that opened settlement in western United States. The act allowed freed slaves and any american to claim up to 160 free acres of federal land. Nearly 1.6 millions Americans claims were approved for 420,00 square miles of territory. After all, The Homestead Act continued on a 100 years and its final claim for 80 acres in southeastern Alaska was approved in 1988.
  • Technology (faster steel ships)

    Technology (faster steel ships)
    During the imperialism time period ships has developed faster steel .Steamboats were by industrial nations as a tactical weapon steel became more lighter,stronger and more flexible than iron.It allowed for creation of oceangoing ships that would became the first intercontinental weapons. After all, Steel ship becoming faster has been a success.
  • Economy (Rail Road)

    Economy (Rail Road)
    During he Transforming the West railroads had numerous tracks and new transportation networks. Many farmers sold products on national markets and started to ranching and mining. Towns were boom into major cities known as Denver, San Francisco , Portland, and Oman.After all, the economy grew rapidly and changed over time.
  • Beginnings (Austria-Hungary/Germany)

    Beginnings (Austria-Hungary/Germany)
    During the World War I Austria-Hungary was a constitutional union of the Austrian Empire. The Austria-Hungary alliance with Germany to prevent or limit war and build a bigger army. In conclusion due to the Alliances of the two it causes fear and jealousy and also the outcome of World War I.
  • Spanish-American War (Cuba's independence)

    Spanish-American War (Cuba's independence)
    Cuba won independence during the war between Spain. It last for three liberation wars Ten years war, Little war, and Spanish-American War. Spain had all control over Cuba and wanted to become independent from the us.After all, Cuba eventually gain there Independence from Spain with the protection of the united states.
  • People (Native Americans)

    People (Native Americans)
    Native Americans in the west were from the Utes of the Great Basin. They were introduction of the horses and changed the range of plains.Even today hundreds of Native tribes still roam the plains, Northwest and Southwest. However, the natives increased the conflict with others such as whites due to central buffalo to survival.
  • Working/Labor (King of Labor)

    Working/Labor (King of Labor)
    During the becoming an Industrial power King of labor played a major part of working . It was the first important national labor organization in the United States in 1869. The organization was meant to protect its members from employer retaliations. In conclusion Memberships grew quickly and they reached approximately 700,000 members by 1886.
  • imperialist policy (Emilio Aguinaldo )

    imperialist policy (Emilio Aguinaldo )
    Emilio Aguinaldo was a military leader and one of the youngest presidents of the Philippines.He is known for achieving the independence of the Philippines from Spain.After all, He passed away from a heart attack in Quezon city but will forever be remembered as a great leader for the Philippines.
  • Transcontinental Railroad (Union Pacific)

    Transcontinental Railroad (Union Pacific)
    The Union Pacific was one of Transcontinental Railroad that was 1776 miles long.Its purpose was to cross the western half of the United States that connected between the Atlantic and Pacific coats.After all the Union Pacific of the Transcontinental Railroad was successful it connected to all the railroads and made it possible for the first time in the United States history.
  • Invention (Phonograph)

    Invention (Phonograph)
    During 1877 the Phonograph was invented Thomas Edison.The Phonograph played back sounds and could be record. Sounds caused vibrations while it travel down the horn causing the diaphragm to vibrate.After all, the phonograph was expanding and has became a success.
  • Inventions (Light Bulb)

    Inventions (Light Bulb)
    Thomas Edison was an American inventor who invented the light bulb in 1878. During the booming of big business in 1865 industrialization was increasing.However, it was invented so humans could work day and night. After all, the light bulb invention was a success and has expanded today.
  • Lifestyle(Vaudeville)

    During the mid-1880s the vaudeville was a theatrical genre of variety entertainment popular in the United States . It was made up of series of separate unrelated acts groped together on common bill. After all, the vaudeville developed from many sources and has became the most popular type of entertainment.
  • Populism (Assassination of President Garfield)

    Populism (Assassination of President Garfield)
    President Garfield was the 20th president who was assassinated by Charles Guiteau . Its known that President Garfield was killed because Guiteau was denied for a government job. After all, President Garfield death was guiteaus motive revenge against an imagined political debt.
  • Chinese Exclusion Act (German)

    Chinese Exclusion Act (German)
    The Chinese Exclusion Act was passed by congress in 1882 and signed by President Chester A. Arthur. The law was passed to restrict immigration into the United States of ethnic working groups. Mainly Northern Europe such as Germany, Ireland and England) was followed by the mass immigration from Southern Europe. After all, in 1902 the ban the immigration of Chinese laborers was made permanent.
  • Business Oil (John Rockefeller)

    Business Oil (John Rockefeller)
    John Rockefeller was an American oil industry business magnate and industrialist. Instead of drilling oil he concentrated on refining however, in 1867 the Rockefeller,Andrew & Flagler company grew by incorporating local refineries.Before you knew it Rockefeller formally founded the most famous company name standard Oil company Inc.After all John Rockefeller became very successful and has developed more than just an oil company.
  • Western Romanticism (Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show )

    Western Romanticism (Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show )
    Buffalo Bill's Wild was a former scout and buffalo hunter. He started his own western show in eastern United States in !883. He showed dealt with Indians fights, cowboys and cattle drivers Conclusion, Many Americans today get a chance to view the west throughout the show.
  • Working (Great Upheaval of 1886)

    Working (Great Upheaval of 1886)
    The Great Upheaval of 1886 was a wave of strikes and labor protest of every parts of different nation. The revolts lasted until the end of the Revolution it brought many workers of the union and other revolts about the quality of work. After all, the economic theory determined wages and prices for goods and services.
  • Working (Haymarket Riot)

    Working (Haymarket Riot)
    Haymarket Riot was an outbreak of violence in Chicago of booming that took place at a labor demonstration.Many had lasting effects on the labour movement in the United States. Despite a lack of evidence against them, the riot had immediate and long term effects.
  • Important people (William Randolph Hearst)

    Important people (William Randolph Hearst)
    William Randolph Hearst was an American Businessman an politician. He built the largest newspaper chain and media company known as the Hearst Communications. His newspaper chain was a method of yellow journalism to influence human interesting stories. After all, William Randolph Hearst was a very well known successful man and his company today is worth billions of dollars.
  • Invention (Kodak Camera)

    Invention (Kodak Camera)
    During 1888 George Eastman invented the flexible roll film Kodak camera. The development of the Kodak camera was awkward heavy and time consuming.In conclusion, the Kodak camera has been a success and is still a success today and has developed more over the years.
  • Business steel (Andrew Carnegie)

    Business steel (Andrew Carnegie)
    During the 19th century Andrew Carnegie was a Scottish American industrialist. He led the expansion of the American steel industry and has been identified as the riches person.By 1889 he owned Carnegie Steel Corporation it was the largest of its kind in the world. In conclusion, as Andrew Carnegie being the worlds riches man he believed that wealthy people were morally obligated to give their money back to other society so that what he did.
  • Growing cities (Hull House)

    Growing cities (Hull House)
    During 1889 Hull House was a settlement house in the United States. Jane Addams and Ellen Gates Starr were the co-founders of the Hull House that is located in the Near West Side of Chicago, Illinois. They opened the house to plenty of immigrants and educated the working poor in the subjects of art and literature. In conclusion, In memoir of the Twenty Years at Hull-house it became Chicago's first Nobel Peace Prize laureate.
  • Lifestyle (Bicycle Craze)

    Lifestyle (Bicycle Craze)
    During the 1890s The bicycle craze was any of several specific historic period and became apart of plenty of individuals lifestyles.It increased the bicycle enthusiasm, popularity, and sales. In conclusion, the Bicycle Craze has expanded over the years and has improved over time.
  • Business Monopolies (Sherman Anti-Trust Act)

    Business Monopolies (Sherman Anti-Trust Act)
    During the 1890s The Sherman Anti-Trust Act was one of the first laws to limit monopolies in the United States. It created a fairer competition in workforce and limit departments of merchandise. It allowed injunctions which were court orders either require or forbid an action one party against another. After all, the act was successful and some cases and others were not over time it took years to decide.
  • Assimilation and Dissent (Ghost Dance)

    Assimilation and Dissent (Ghost Dance)
    During this time period many native Americans started the ghost dance movement. It was a movement which incorporated selective aspects of the ritual with their own beliefs. It was the resistance to white rules and shaman envisioned on the flood of washing away all whites. After all, It became very popular among western Native Americans it was the dead sprites that protect them from the bullets.
  • Growing cities (World Columbian Exposition 1893)

    Growing cities (World Columbian Exposition 1893)
    During 1893 the World Columbian Exposition was the Worlds fair to celebrate the 400th anniversary of Christopher Columbus arrival in the New World.Over 12 million individuals traveled to the White city, as Chicago's fairgrounds and gleaming white building were popularly called.In conclusion the World Colubian Exposition was an honorable moment for Christopher Columbus where millions in remembrance of him coming to the New world.
  • Populism (American Railway Union)

    Populism (American Railway Union)
    The American Railway Union was one of the largest labor unions during 1893 in the United States. The union was launched at a meeting held in Chicago and won a victory on the Great Northern Railroad in the summer of that year. In conclusion, the union quickly met with success before its demise and over time the union triumphed.
  • Beginnings (Archduke Franz Ferdinand)

    Beginnings (Archduke Franz Ferdinand)
    Archduke Franz Ferdinand was a Royal Prince of Hungary and of Bohemia in 1896. He was soon assassinated by a Serbian named princip Sarajevo (known as being apart of the black hand) in 1914. In conclusion, today it known that the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand sparked a series of actions that led to the beginning of WW I.
  • populism (Election of 1896)

    populism (Election of 1896)
    During the Election of 1896 voter turnouts were unprecedented. However, during this time the Populist party formed when farmers experiences several problems they addressed a list of problems that farmers were experiencing. Many saw William McKinley defeat William Jennings Bryan as one of the most dramatic and complex in American History. After all, The populist party gained national attention and played a huge role in the election of 1896.
  • Spanish-American War (Battle of Manila)

    Spanish-American War (Battle of Manila)
    During 1898 The Battle of Manila Bay happened during the Spanish- American War under the commodore George Dewey. They were engaged and destroyed the Spanish Pacific Squadron under contraalmirante Patricio Montoji.This battle was known as one of the first major battles and decisive naval battles in history.In conclusion they defeat the Spanish Pacific fleet by the U.S Navy resulting in the fall of the Philippines.
  • Spanish-America War (War in the Philippines)

    Spanish-America War (War in the Philippines)
    During 1899 the War in the Philippines was a conflict between the first Philippine Republic and the United States. It known that the Philippines struggle for their independence from Spain to the Unites States. General Emilio Aguinaldo led the Philippines during the war. After all, the Jones Act was the promises Philippines eventual independence.
  • Working/labor (Social Darwinism)

    Working/labor (Social Darwinism)
    Social Darwinism was a various ways of thinking and theories that emerged during the 19th century.The Social Darwinist viewed on human social and economic issues, Charles Darwin wanted to gradually change and incorporate view from other theorists. Charles theory of natural selection and Herbert theories justified imperialism, racism, and social and economic policies. After all, the Social Darwinisms held the life of humans in society that were struggling.
  • Political Machine (Precinct Captains)

    Political Machine (Precinct Captains)
    The Precinct Captains were officers that were elected in the American political party system.The office will direct links between a political party and the voters. The political machines controlled the activities in different cities. In conclusion,Precinct Captains worked hard to ensure their candidate was elected.
  • Imperialist policy (Platt Amendment)

    Imperialist policy (Platt Amendment)
    The Platt Amendment was the condition for the United States to have the right to lease or buy land for naval bases. As the United States took over the island of Cuba they protected them and was very resentful.
  • Reform (Meat Inspection Act 1906)

    Reform (Meat Inspection Act 1906)
    During 1906 the Federal Meat Inspection Act was passed by congress to prevent adulterated or misbranded meat and meat products from being sold as food. However,inspection was needed to help prevent diseased meat from reaching consumers and to ensure that meat processed.After all, the Federal Meat Inspection Act has improved and has changes appetites of the American People today.
  • Women (Muller v Oregon )

    Women (Muller v Oregon )
    The Muller v Oregon was a law that limited women to ten hours of work in factories and laundries however, Muller challenges after he orders female employee to work longer hours. A huge impact was the progressive Reformers to equal-rights feminists. After all, the Muller v Oregon helped women expand the reach of work.
  • Industry (Henry Ford)

    Industry (Henry Ford)
    Henry Ford was the captain of the industry and a American automobile manufacturer who created the Ford Model T car in 1908. He became one of the richest best-known person in the world due to his manufacturing the first automobile. After all, Ford has sold over millions of cars and became a world-famous company head and also help build Americas economy during the nations vulnerable early years.
  • Progressive Era (Teddy Roosevelt)

    Progressive Era (Teddy Roosevelt)
    During 1912 former President Theodore Roosevelt help reform and generally centered in urban areas which begun in the early 1900s. Roosevelt Corollary was the extension of the Monroe doctrine which claimed that the U.S. could interfere in Latin American affairs. After all, Roosevelt brought a lot of new energy to the white house and was a young and physically robust.
  • Progressive Era (Election of 1912)

    Progressive Era (Election of 1912)
    During 1912 the election the nominates were Woodrow Wilson ,Taft ,and Roosevelt. Wilson had a strong progressive platform known as the "New Freedom" program. Taft and Roosevelt ends up splitting the Republican vote which made Woodrow Wilson to win the election. After all, they captured 901,551 votes it was the highest percentage in party history.
  • Immigration (Anti-Japanese Law in California)

    Immigration (Anti-Japanese Law in California)
    During 1920 Anti-Japanese passed a law name the Alien Land to stem Japanese immigration to California.The law was enforced because people in California worried about Asians overrunning it they all wanted to halt immigration and this made Roosevelt worried about Japanese American relations.In conclusion they created the Alien Land Law to intensification of the Anti -Japanese
  • Reform (17th Amendment)

    Reform (17th Amendment)
    During 1913 President Woodrow Wilson decided to pass the 17th amendment. The 17th amendment was established the direct election of Senators by the people.Under the 17th amendment there are 2 senators from each state, they should qualify requisite for electors of the most numerous branch of the state legislatures. In conclusion, the 17th amendment has mad major successes of the Constitution.
  • Beginnings (Allied Power)

    Beginnings (Allied Power)
    After the assassination of Archduke Ferdinand on June 28, 1914 countries begin to form allied powers.Great Britain, France, Serbia Russia, Japan,Italy,the United States and several others were all allied powers during World War I. After all,the Allied power were defense agreement among other nations.
  • The war (role of Mrs.Wilson as president)

    The war (role of Mrs.Wilson as president)
    Edith Wilson was the first lady of the united States from 1915 ti 1921 and was married to Widower Wilson.During his presidency his wife Edith began to screen all matters of state and ran the executive branch of the government. After all, Widower Wilson wife has played a whole part within her husbands presidency and will be remembered for that.
  • Industry (Ludlow Massacre )

    Industry (Ludlow Massacre )
    The Ludlow Massacre was an attack of striking coal miners and their families by Company guards at Ludlow, Colorado. this attack was between the Miners and company, over two dozen individuals dead during this time event in 1914. They fighting for higher wages and workers safety. However, Ludlow Massacre is now a ghost town and erected a granite monument in memory of the miners and their families who died that day.
  • Growing cities (great migration)

    Growing cities (great migration)
    The Great Migration was the migration of African Americans in the south to go north or mid west during 1916. Many push factors were the Jim Crow laws and escaping discrimination.It became important because it had an huge impact on urban life in the United States.After all, Most effects of the great migration is that the economic conditions of World War I led to a massive movement .
  • United States as a neutral power (Sussex pledge)

    United States as a neutral power (Sussex pledge)
    During WWI the Sussex Pledge was a promise made by Germany to agreeing to give adequate warning before sinking Merchant and passenger ships.After all, by the United States pleading a deal with Germany it helped prevent a lot of trouble.
  • Nature (National Park System)

    Nature (National Park System)
    The National Park System is a federal government that manages all national parks in the United States. The role that the system plays is to establish a dual role of preserving the ecological and historical integrity of the places entrusted to management. In conclusion, the National Park System continues on today and has reflected its political, social and economical parts in a successful way.
  • African American (Influence Booker T Washington on Marcus)

    African American (Influence Booker T Washington on Marcus)
    During the 1920s Marcus Mosiah Garvey was a influenced by Booker T Washington autobiography up from slavery. He supported industrial education , economic separatism, and social segregation as strategies that would enable the assent of the "black race". In 1914 Marcus Garvey established the Universal Negro Improvement Association which was adopted Washington inspirational phrase "Up, you mighty race: you can conquer what you will. After all,
  • The War (Vladimir Lenin )

    The War (Vladimir Lenin )
    The Vladimir Lenin was a Russian communist revolutionary of political theorist during 1870. He has served as the head government of Soviet Russia and of the Soviet Union. After all,He took the key role in RSDLP and lead the Bolshevik Faction against Julius Markov's Mensheviks and has been very successful after then.
  • Death in numbers (Great Britain )

    Death in numbers (Great Britain )
    During WWI the death rate number was Great Britain was enlarged.there were over 722k people who died during world war 1. That percentage of the death are in fact about 11.5%.
  • End of war ( Treaty of Versailles)

    End of war ( Treaty of Versailles)
    during 1919 the treaty of Versailles was the peacemakers that representative of the new German Republic to the palace of Versailles outside of Paris. The treaty however was sign on the anniversary of Archdukes assassination. It crippled up the the Germany economy and were indeed of reparations. However, Germany could not rebuild their army and give up their colonies and took full responsibilities for wwI
  • Cars (Explosion in Car own ship)

    Cars (Explosion in Car own ship)
    During the 1920s car ownership became very popular. The car were more cleaner and had assembly line. During this time period Ford Model T was very well known. The use of the explosion in the car owner ship 20-45 percent of income. After all the development of car have became very successful are are continuing to grow today.
  • Working Life (Worker Safety)

    Working Life (Worker Safety)
    During the 1920s workers Safety became a greater emphasis on occupational safety and health.Workplace injuries and death were common and labor conditions were nothing less than grueling. The government regulations were nearly nonexistent and had yet to emerged as a significant force.IN conclusion, the working life during the time period has improved over time.
  • Politics and popular culture (Volstead Act)

    Politics and popular culture (Volstead Act)
    The Volstead Act was a specified that o person shall manufacture, sell, barter, transport,furnish or possess any intoxicating liquor except as authorized by this act. However, I did not specifically prohibit the purchase or use of intoxicating of liquors. In conclusion, the Volstead Act was enacted to carry out the intent of the 18th Amendment.
  • The war (19th Amendment)

    The war (19th Amendment)
    During 1920 congress enforce an article by appropriate legislation. Seneca Falls was on of the first women convention marking beginning of the women;s right movement. After all in August of 1920 the requisite number of states had ratified by and the 19th amendment became a guaranteed women the constitutional right to vote.
  • Women (Susan B Anthony)

    Women (Susan B Anthony)
    Susan B Anthony was an American Social reformer and women's right activist who played a pivotal role in the women suffrage movement.She gave 75 to 100 speeches per year and working on many state campaigns, she also helped to bring about the World congress of Representative women at the Worlds Columbia Exposition in Chicago in 1893. In conclusion, she became the first actual woman to be depicted on us coinage when her portrait appeared on the 1917 dollar coin.
  • Women (19th Amendment)

    Women (19th Amendment)
    During the 1920 the 19th amendment passed through congress that guaranteed women the constitution right to vote. 30 states had a granted women some form of suffrage during this time by the state constitutional legislation. After all, after the 19th amendment was appealed many woman start to earn the same rights as men.
  • Politics and popular culture (Albert Fall)

    Politics and popular culture (Albert Fall)
    Albert Falls was well known individual during the 1920s and was under President Warren G Harding infamous for his involvement in Tea Pot Dome scandal.They leased oil preserves and accepted leases without bidding. After all, Albert Fall was reserved at the Teapot Dome to private oil companies and was able to convinced to accepting bribes.
  • Women (Birth Control)

    Women (Birth Control)
    Birth Control was created by Margaret Sanger in 1921.Her attempt was to try and teach sexual education and distributing birth control to give efforts to women more control over their reproductive rights.Its known that 20% of workforce by 1920.After all, Birth Control was official approved by the US Food and Drug Administration as contraception.
  • Politics and Popular Culture (Immigration Act of 1924)

    Politics and Popular Culture (Immigration Act of 1924)
    The Immigration Act of 1924 was a United States federal law that limited the annual number of immigrants who could be admitted from any country to 2% of the number of people from the country.The Act legislation that blocked Japanese immigration and set quotas for other nations based on the 1890 census: favored immigrants from northern and western Europe.After all, the immigration Act was purpose slowing the flood of immigrants entering the United States.
  • Fights (Spirit of st Louis)

    Fights (Spirit of st Louis)
    The Spirit of st Louis was a single engine plane which Charles Lindberg made the first transatlantic flight. He completed this flight to win the 25,000 prize. Lindberg took off in the Spirit from Roosevelt Airfield, Garden City, New York and landed 33 hours and 30 minutes lat at Aeroport Le Bourgert in pairs . After all, the Spirit of st Louis is one of the best known aircraft in the world today now its a permanent display in the main entryways Milestones of Flights gallery.
  • Beginnings (Herbert Hoover)

    Beginnings (Herbert Hoover)
    Herbert Hoover was an American engineer and served as the 31st president of the united states in 1928. He was an orphaned as a child and humanitarian. He was a poor public speaker and limited the governments intervention during the great depression.In conclusion Herbert Hoover became staunchly conservative and advocated against Roosevelt's New Deal and was the.
  • The Depression (Hoovervilles)

    The Depression (Hoovervilles)
    Hoovervilles was sahnty towns that the unemployed built in the cities during the early years of the Depression. The name was given to them to show that people blamed Hoover directly for the Depression.After all, hoovervilles helped others it was also grim and unsanitary many posed health risks to their inhabitants as well to those living nearby.
  • The Depression (The Dust Bowel)

    The Depression (The Dust Bowel)
    The dust bowel was a overgrazing,overplowing,severe drought, high heat and winds. Southern plains were hit the worst but majority of the cities were in dust blanked. A Lot of people barricaded themselves into their homes to stay way from all the dust. After all, The Dust Bowel has caused millions of cattle to die from suffocation and made it hardly for agriculture.
  • African Americans (Thomas Ship)

    African Americans (Thomas Ship)
    Thomas Shipp was a young African American man who was lynched during 1930 after being taken from jail and beat by a mob.During the 1920s thousands of lynchings and burning was going on by whites due to whites being upset of the great migration. In conclusion, after dedicating his life to civil rights activism in 1991 he was pardoned by the state of Indiana.
  • The Depression (Eleanor Roosevelt)

    The Depression (Eleanor Roosevelt)
    Eleanor Roosevelt was an American politician, diplomat and activist.She was the FDR wife and new deal supporter of civil right and opposed the Jim Crow laws. She also worked for birth controll and better conditions for working.After all, Eleanor encouraged everyone to agree on the contents of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights even though they had different ideas of what should be written.
  • The depression (FDR Plan)

    The depression (FDR Plan)
    The FDR is a court-packing plan and jurisprudential shift. Teddy Roosevelt 5th cousin Franklin Roosevelt had polio in 1921. He was a crismate and likable and was elected four times.However the FDR was apart of the New deal which was a reform to fight depression. After all, the FDR was connected to the public and talked to the nation every week on the radio to reassured things were getting done.
  • The Depression (Dr. Franois Townsend)

    The Depression (Dr. Franois Townsend)
    Dr. Francis Townsend was an American physician who pension proposal during the Great Depression known as the Townsend Plan. This plan was proposal to influenced the establishment of the Roosevelt administration Social Security system. The plan to give every retiree over age 60 200 dollars spend the money each month in order to receive their next payment. After all, Dr. Townsend was apart of the social security system and help retired workers as well aas stimulate the spending in order
  • Beginnings (Hitler)

    Beginnings (Hitler)
    Adolf Hitler was a German Politician who was the leader of the NAZI Party, Chancellor of Germany. Hitler initiated World War II in Europe with the Invasion of Poland in September 1939, and central to the Holocaust. He attempted coup of the weimar Republic and was arrested for treason. Hitler spent 9 months in jail , and while during that time he wrote Mein Kampt .After all Adolf Hitler execution the holocaust the systematic extermination and ethic cleansing of six million European jews
  • New Amendment (20th)

    New Amendment (20th)
    The 20th Amendment was a set date at which federal of the United States government elected offices end. In also defines who succeeds the president if the president dies. In conclusion the 20th amendment was passed in particular interest that the terms of elected Federal officials remained unchanged or unrevised.
  • Beginnings (Weimar Republic)

    Beginnings (Weimar Republic)
    The Weimar Republic was a name given to the government in Germany established after WWI and ending with the Hitler's ascension to power in 1933. The Republic was a fledgling democracy and great economic problems. However, it was also a time when the arts flourished and Germans experienced great social freedom.In conclusion, the Weimar Republic was the rise of
    the Nazis and draw from the town of weimar in the central Germany.
  • Beginnings (Emergency Relief Act)

    Beginnings (Emergency Relief Act)
    The emergency Relief Act gave the president the power to regulate banking transactions and foreign exchange and to reopen solvent banks in order to inflate the economy. The act was prior to 1933 to the federal government gave loans to the states to operate relief program. After all,the Federal Emergency Relief Act came to a end because there goals didn't meet the requirements and only lasted within two years
  • New Amendment (21st)

    New Amendment (21st)
    The 21st repealed the 18th amendment transportation and importation of liquors is prohibited and should not be in operated unless ratified as an amendment and approved by several states.The cause of the 21st amendment was that too much organized crime and prohibition was not making things better for the country . In conclusion the 21st amendment reduced crime more jobs american were less healthy, corruption, and more revenue was made since taxe were placed on beer.
  • Diplomacy (Neutrality Acts)

    Diplomacy (Neutrality Acts)
    During 1935 the Neutrality Act was restricts arm sales,loans,and other goods to warring nations.They were based on the widespread disillusionment with world war I in the early 1930s and the belief that the United States had been drawn into the war through trade with the allies. In conclusion, the United States of America helped arm their allies and they paid them back.
  • The depression law (Social Security Act)

    The depression law (Social Security Act)
    The Social Security Act all started in 1935 during the Great Depression.The federal insurance program was based on the automatic collection of taxes from employees and employers through people working careers. They would receive this money in a monthly pension when they reached the age of 65. Many unemployed and disabled and mothers with dependent will receive money due to this act. In conclusion the Social Security Act has helped the economy over time.
  • Us. Neutrality (Great Depression in US)

    Us. Neutrality (Great Depression in US)
    During the U.S Neutrality great depression in the United States was the worst economic downturn in the history of the industrialized world.They weary of the war and loss of life. European countries were defaulted on american loans. the depression was the longest and most severe ever experienced by the industrialized western world. In conclusion, the depression caused alot of problems and the economy was in severe decline and millions of Americans were unemployed.
  • The War (Benjamin Davis)

    The War (Benjamin Davis)
    Benjamin Davis was an American United States Air Force general and commander of the World War II Tuskegee Airmen. He was one of the first African American general in the United States Air Force. During World War II Davis was commander of the 99th Fighter Squadron and the 332nd Fighter Group. After all, Benjamin Davis followed in his fathers footsteps in breaking racial barriers.
  • The War (Vernon J Baker)

    The War (Vernon J Baker)
    Vernon J Baker was a highly decorated soldier and the only living black during the WWII veteran to earn the Congressional Medal of Honor.Baker was one of the most decorated black soldiers in the Mediterranean Theater, earned a Purple Heart, bronze Star and Distinguished. In conclusion, he joined the U.S Army air born along the way and trained to be military Parachutist.
  • The American home-front (Internment Camp)

    The American home-front (Internment Camp)
    The Internment camp was were many Japanese-American worried that citizens of Japanese ancestry would act as spies or saboteurs for the Japanese government.There condition were steel or canvas art cots to sleep on and the floor was made with 2x4 laid directly on the earths surface.After all the Internment Camp was violation of civil and human rights and had cruelly uprooted innocent United States citizens.
  • The American Home-front (executive order 9066)

    The American Home-front (executive order 9066)
    The Executive order was issued by FDR in 1942 allowing Internment camps to be set up to exclude current residents believed to be a threat to security. They ordered that all foreigners and American of Japanese,descent be confined in concentration camps for the purpose of national security. In conclusion,The Executive order 9066 cleared the way for deportation and made the west coast of the United States a hostile military zone.
  • The War (D-Day)

    The War (D-Day)
    D-day was the turning point in the war day of invasion of Normandy. During the war over 9000 soldiers died and Western Allies landed in Northern France to open a second Front against Germany. The Normandy invasion drove the Germans out of France. After all, Hitlers refusal to surrender to Allies led to "Operation Overlord which was the cause of D-Day.
  • The American Home-front (Rosie The Riveter)

    The American Home-front (Rosie The Riveter)
    Rosie the Riveter was the star of a campaign aimed at recruiting female workers for defense industries during World War II, and she became perhaps the most iconic image of working women. American women entered the workforce as widespread male enlistment left holes in the industrial labor force. By 1945 nearly one out of every four married women worked outside the home.
  • Reform (Civil Right)

    Reform (Civil Right)
    During 1950 civil rights became a major fight for equal rights for blacks in the United States.The civil war had officially abolishes slavery but however did not end discrimination against blacks especially in the south.In conclusion, the civil rights movement has came a long way to gain equal rights and treated as African Americans in the United States however vestiges remained.
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    Transforming the West

    During the 1860 the Transforming the West has shown growth within ranching,mining,and Agricultural.Many settlers migrated to the west
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    Becoming an Industrial Power

    The United States became an Industrial Power due to new technological,management, and being available to invest capital.
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    The Gilded Age

    The Gilded Age was an rapid era for economic growth between the North and West. In the United states the population and economy grew quickly by the min. There were a lot of political corruption and corporate. During this time period many people became wealthy and lived a fancy life.After all The Gilded Age had high poverty rates and high crime rates.
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    The Imperialism was a policy strong nation seeks to dominate other countries.It was an Unequal relationship between humans and territorial which usually formed empires.After all, it was the practices of dominance and involving extension of authority to one state over another.
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    Progressive Era

    During the 1890s the Progressive Era was a widespread social activism reform across the United States. The progressive applied to the economic and social problems.However, it became a movement to return control of the government to the people and restore economic opportunities.
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    World War I

    World War I was a war were the Empire was destroyed and millions of individuals were killed. In 1914 Austria-Hungary declared war on Serbia.However, Its known that World War I saw unprecedented levels of carnage and destruction.After all more than 70 million military personnel included 60 million Europeans were in one of the largest wars in history.
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    World War II

    World War II was an global war that last for 6 years. It involved the vast majority of the countries in the world including great powers, military alliances and allies and the axis. More than 100 million people were more directly involved.However, World War II was the most deadliest conflict, it was a deliberate genocide of the Holocaust ,starvation,disease and nuclear weapons. After all, the Allies accepted Germany's surrender the Axis powers.
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    The Great Depression

    The Great Depression was a worldwide spread of economic depression that began in the 1930s. Cities all over the world were in lack of jobs and especially those who dependent on heavy industry. It began when the stock-markets crashed in 1929 which made many companies stocks are bought and sold.Eventually, it ended by a sharp reductions in spending taxes and regulation when World War II ended.