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EOC Study Guide
US History 11A
I.
Unit 1: Industrialization, Immigration
& Progressivism
Industrialization
 Alexander Graham Bell
 Andrew Carnegie
 Henry Ford
 Industrialist
 John D. Rockefeller
 JP Morgan
 Labor unions
 Laissez faire
 Monopoly
 Orville and Wilbur Wright
 Philanthropy
 Robber Baron
 Sherman Anti-Trust Act
 Social Darwinism
 Steel/new technology
 Thomas Edison
 Trust
 Urbanization
II.
Unit 2: Imperialism and WWI (1880-1919)
Identify on a Map
 China
 Cuba
 Guam
 Hawaii
 Panama Canal
 Puerto Rico
 The Philippines
Imperialism
 China
 Cuba
 Hawaii
 Imperialism
 Isolationism
 Joseph Pulitzer
 Open Door Policy
 Panama Canal
 Philippines
 Rough Riders
 Spanish American War
 Theodore Roosevelt
Immigration
 Angel and Ellis Islands
 Assimilation
 Nativism
 Quotas/Limitations on immigration:
Gentleman’s Agreement and Chinese
Exclusion Act
Progressivism
 17th Amendment
 19th Amendment
 Labor Laws
 Labor Unions
 Muckraker
 Populism
 Spoils System
 Suffrage
 The Jungle
 Theodore Roosevelt
 Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire
 Upton Sinclair
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USS Maine
William Randolph Hearst
Yellow journalism
WWI
 Allied Powers/Triple Entente
 Archduke Franz Ferdinand
 Central Powers/Triple Alliance
 Contributing Causes: Nationalism,
Imperialism, Militarism, Alliance System
 Czar Nicholas II
 Influenza Pandemic
 Kaiser Wilhelm II
 League of Nations
 Lusitania
 New Military Technology
 Reparations
 Russian Revolution
 Treaty of Versailles
 Trench Warfare
 U-boats
 Vladimir Lenin
 Woodrow Wilson
 Zimmerman Note
Revised October 2012
III.
Unit 3: From Boom to Bust
(1920’s & 1930’s)
Roaring Twenties
 Bootlegging
 Charles Lindberg
 Communism
 Flappers
 Harlem Renaissance
 Jazz
 John Scopes Trial
 KKK
 Louis Armstrong
 Prohibition/18th Amendment/21st
Amendment
 Red Scare
 Speakeasies
IV.
Unit 4: World War II (1933-1945)
Mapping (Post WWI Political Map of Europe)
Timeline Skills (order of events)
Military
 Blitzkrieg
 D-Day
 Douglas MacArthur
 Dwight Eisenhower
 George Marshall
 Hiroshima
 Island hopping
 Manhattan Project
 Midway
 Pearl Harbor
 Poland
 Stalingrad
 Total War
 VE Day
 VJ Day
Political
 “Big Three” Leaders
 Adolf Hitler
 Allied Powers
 Appeasement
 Atlantic Charter
 Axis Powers
Great Depression
 Black Tuesday
 Bonus Army
 Causes of the Great Depression
o Credit/banking/investments
o Poor farming and industry practices
o Unequal distribution of wealth
 Dust Bowl/Causes
 Franklin D. Roosevelt
 Herbert Hoover
 Hoovervilles
 New Deal
 New Deal Programs
(SSA, FDIC, SEC, CCC, TVA)
 Stock Market
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Benito Mussolini
Britain
Communism
Conversion of industry for war
Emperor Hirohito
Fascism
France
Franklin D. Roosevelt
Germany
Harry S. Truman
Hideki Tojo
Holocaust/Genocide
Home Front
Isolationism/internationalism
Italy
Japan
Japanese Internment Camps
Joseph Stalin
Lend Lease Act
Militarism
Munich Pact
Neutrality Acts
Neville Chamberlain
Nonaggression Pact
Rationing
Selective Service/Draft
Social changes for women and minorities
Soviet Union
Totalitarianism
Winston Churchill
Revised October 2012
Revised October 2012
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