10.26 The Market Revolution and the Age of Jackson

 

Brinkley Chapters 9-10

 



12.4    The West and Populism


W 12.4        C 55 mins.


The West


Turner Frontier Excerpts


The Dawes Act (1887)


The Chinese Exclusion Act (1882)


Echoes of the Chinese Exclusion Act


HW: Please read Patricia Limerick’s “The Legacy of Conquest: America’s Conflicted Frontier” and answer the following questions:


How did the Chinese emerge as scapegoats in California politics?


Compare and contrast Jim Crow of the West with Jim Crow of the South.


How and why were Mormon’s persecuted?


Due Friday at 8:15am



F 12.6            A 55 mins.


The West


The Chinese Question, Thomas Nast


Rules for Indian Schools


Kamehameha Schools (1887)


HW: Brinkley, Chapter 19, “The Politics of Equilibrium,” “The Agrarian Revolt,” and “The Crisis of the 1890s”


M 12.9               B 55 mins.


Populism


HW: The Farmers Plight


The Peoples’ Party


Farmers’ Declaration of Independence


Mary Lease, “In Defense of Home and Hearth”


Tom Watson, “The Negro Question in the South”


T 12.10            C 55 mins.


Populism


People’s Party Platform


Th 12.12            A 55 mins


Populism


HW: Please read Brinkley, Chapter 17


F 12.13                B 55 mins.


Populism Cartoons


Democratic Party Platform


People’s Party Platform


Republican Party Platform


William Jennings Bryan’s Cross of Gold Speech


The Election of 1896


HW: How did technology contribute to industrialization?

How did changes in corporate organization affect the national economy?

What was the Gospel of Wealth and Social Darwinism?

What were the effects of industrialization on workers and how did they respond?