Chapter 24-28 ID/SIGs due Jan. 25:

Chapter 24
Jay Gould
Horace Greeley
Gilded Age
hard/sound money
Resumption Act
the "bloody shirt"
Tweed Ring
Whiskey Ring
spoils system
Stalwart
Compromise of 1877
Bland-Allison Act

Pendleton Act
Chapter 25
vertical integration
capital goods
stock watering
horizontal integration
trust
interlocking directorate
Union Pacific Railroad
Central Pacific Railroad
gospel of wealth
Haymarket riot
Grange
Bessemer process
American Federation of Labor
Wabash case
Chapter 26
Booker T. Washington
Horatio Alger
Florence Kelley     
W.E.B. Du Bois
Carrie Chapman Catt
megalopolis
yellow journalism
settlement house 
Modernist
Temperance Union  
Hull House         
Morrill Act                                  
Eighteenth Amendment 
American Protective Association
Chapter 27
Sioux Wars
Dawes Severalty Act
Patrons of Husbandry
Comstock Lode
Long Drive
Homestead Act
Ghost Dance
farmer’s Alliance
Battle of Wounded Knee
Populists

Chapter 28
"Billion-Dollar" Congress
homestead strike
"Cross of Gold" speech
Sherman Silver Purchase Act
Dingley Tariff
McKinley Tariff
Pullman strike
Gold Standard Act
Omaha platform
Wilson-Gorman Tarif

"Science may have found a cure for most evils; but it has found no remedy for the worst of them all -- the apathy of human beings." ~Helen Keller

Chapter 21, 22 & 23 ID/SIGs due December 7:

Chapter 21
FortSumter
Robert E. Lee
“cotton famine”
Trent affair
Jefferson Davis
New York CityDraft Riots
“Fifty-Niners”
Morrill Tariff Act
Homestead Act
conscription
Chapter 22
“Stonewall” Jackson
Battle of Antietam
Battle of Gettysburg
Battle of Vicksburg
First Battle of Bull Run
Battle of Cold Harbor
Thirteenth Amendment
Battle of Chancellorsville
Battle of Fredericksburg
Battle of Shiloh
Chapter 23
Freedmen's Bureau
10 percent plan
Wade-Davis Bill
Tenure of Office Act
Black Codes
sharecropping 
carpetbaggers
Ku Klux Klan
Military Reconstruction Act
Ex parte Milligan
Texas v White
"I have been driven many times to prayer by the overwealming conviction that I had nowhere else to go.  My own wisdom, and that of others around me seemed insufficient for the day." ~Abraham Lincoln

Holzer reading selection for October 31 homework:

Please click the link, to complete the reading, about the historical record of the Lincoln-Douglas debates and historian Harold Holzer's basic theory about the significance of these debates:
http://quod.lib.umich.edu/j/jala/2629860.0015.105?rgn=main;view=fulltext
And, if you want further clarification, you may view an interview with the author here:
http://www.booknotes.org/Watch/49145-1/Harold+Holzer.asp
There will be a quiz based on this significance; make sure to read and remember the text carefully.

Chapters 14, 17, 18 & 20 ID/SIGs due November 16:

Chapter 14
1.  Nicholas Biddle
2.  Stephen Austin
3.  Sam Houston
4.  Santa Anna
5.  Specie Circular
6.  "Trail of Tears"
7.  Force Bill
8.  Bank of the United States
9.  "pet" banks
10. Whig party
Chapter 17
1.  Harriet Beecher Stowe
2.  Nat Turner
3.  Sojourner Truth
4.  Frederick Douglass
5.  abolitionism
6.  The Liberator
7.  mulattoes
8.  peculiar institution
9.  Liberty party
10. gag resolution
Chapter 18
1.  John Slidell
2.  Winfield Scott
3.  Manifest Destiny
4.  Webster-Ashburton Treaty
5.  "spot" resolutions
6.  Tariff of 1842
7.  Bear Flag revolt
8.  Hudson's Bay Company
9.  Treaty of Guadalupe-Hidalgo
10. Wilmot Proviso
Chapter 20
1.  Uncle Tom's Cabin
2.  Dred Scott decision
3.  Tariff of 1857
4.  Lincoln-Douglas debates
5.  “Freeport Doctrine”
6.  John Brown
7.  "Bleeding Kansas"
8.  Panic of 1857
9.  Harpers Ferry
10. Crittenden Compromise

"Men achieve a certain greatness unaware, when working to achieve another aim." ~Ralph Waldo Emerson