28 Answered Questions for the topic U.S. history
Evaluate the extent to which patterns of immigration in the period 1820-1860 were similar to patterns of immigration in the period 1980-2020.
What strategic and political factors led America to become an imperial power
at the end of World War 1, why did the united states senate ultimately vote against the ratification of the treaty of versailles?
What impact did the transformation of the Great Plains and the Far West have on the nation as a whole?
What were some divisions in the U.S. (political and social) and how were they used to support westward expansion of the nation
What percent of all African-Americans in the United States in 1860 lived in the North?
In what ways was World War 1 truly a "World War" considering that the majority of the fighting took places in Europe?
when did the first large-scale migration to the Oregon Country take place and what is it called?
How did the Constitution "form a more perfect union"?
how did Jim Crow lead the great migration
Question about Political parties
What metaphor did Dr. King incorporate in his "I Have a Dream" speech in order to highlight America's responsibility for slavery?
The Articles of Confederation were too weak to be effective because they had no courts, no power to tax, no power to regulate commerce, and no power to enforce resolutions. true or false
The eleven states that rebelled against the union were known as?
The United States had argued with Britain and Mexico over which two territories?
how did the rise of rulers with total power in europe and asia lead to world war 2
which option best describes single-member districts?
after world war II, what was the Soviet attempt to control Berlin by not allowing the Allied countries to provide supplies to the city?
What group was directly responsible for the terrorist attacks on the United States on September 11, 2001?
Why is Duke Ellington considered to be apart of the Harlem Renaissance?
Explain why the KKK gained so much political and social power in the 1920’s.
Where people who did not follow the established church often persecuted
The Reconstruction Finance Corporation was established to make loans to banks, railroads, and industries.