The Fourteenth Amendment dealt with the issue of
Citizenship rights to all people born in the U.S.
The Fifteenth Amendment dealt with the issue of Suffrage
At the conclusion of President Andrew Johnson’s impeachment trial, he
was Spared by one vote. Not removed.
The Supreme Court ruled in Plessy v. Ferguson (1896) that
that upheld the constitutionality of racial segregation laws for public
facilities as long as the segregated facilities were equal in quality
The Jim Crow laws mainly dealt with
The Thirteenth amendment dealt with the issue of
In 1886, the end of formal warfare between the United States and
American Indians was marked by the surrender of
8. What did the Chinese Exclusion Act do?
It was the first significant law restricting immigration into the U.S. For 10 years, and did not allowed Chinese to get citizenship.
When was the Battle of Little Big Horn?
June 25, 1876 to June 26, 1876.
In the United States, the steel industry first emerged in
West Pennsylvania and eastern Ohio.
The first significant oil production in the United States occurred in
In the 1870s, the “internal combustion engine” was developed in
Where did Orville and Wilbur Wright’s first successful airplane flight in 1903 take place?
Kitty Hawk, North Carolina.
During the 1870s and 1880s, most of the immigrants to the United States
came from Germany, Ireland and England. Northern Europe.
-The Spanish-American War began primarily because of events in the
island of Cuba
-Later evidence related to the explosion that sank the Maine suggested the
likely cause was An accident in an engine room.
-In the early stage of the Spanish-American War, Commodore George Dewey destroyed the Spanish fleet in Manila Bay
-According to the terms of the 1901 Platt Amendment,
The U.S had the right to intervene in Cuba to protect life and property.
The Philippines achieved independence from the United States On July 4,
In 1914, the “Triple Entente” consisted of ________
Great Britain, France, Russia
On the eve of the Great War, the chief rivalry in Europe was between _________and _______
Germany and Great Britain.
The immediate cause of war in Europe in 1914 was the assassination of
As a result of the sinking of the British passenger liner Lusitania, the U.S. Pressured _______to stop submarine attacks on shipping.Germany
24.The so-called Zimmerman telegram dealt with included a proposal for the return of the American Southwest to Mexico
25.As the United States entered World War I, its most immediate military effect was in Atlantic Ocean
-During World War I, airplanes were used for Bombing the enemy, attacking other aircrafts, reconnaissance, dogfighting.
-The Sabotage Act and the Sedition Act of 1918 dealt with make illegal any public expression of opposition to the war
In 1920, passage of the Nineteenth Amendment led to Right to vote for
-1914, when war erupted in Europe, President Woodrow Wilson called
on the American public to be Completely impartial
-In 1914–1915, the United States responded to a British naval blockade of
Germany by Ending trade with Germany but continuing with Great
-In World War I, the American Expeditionary Force was commanded by
-During World War I, technologically-advanced submarines used engines powered by Diesel
-The country that lost the greatest number of lives in World War I was
-How did the service of African American soldiers in World War I affect
activism by blacks for their rights? Activism by blacks for their rights
-The most prominent leader of black nationalism following World War I
-In 1919, the Red Scare in the United States was partly motivated by
A series of bombings
-In 1929, a fascist-led government was in power in Italy
-What did President Roosevelt do in 1937, after Japanese pilots sank the
U.S. Gunboat Panay in China? Accepted Japan’s claim that the bombing
had been an accident.
-What was the Anschluss of 1938?Union between Germany and Austria, which was forbidden by the Treaty of Versailles.
-The Munich conference of 1938 was precipitated by a crisis over Czechoslovakia