Scavenger Hunt Essay

Submitted By Rossana1
Words: 475
Pages: 2


Big Stick Policy;
“Walk softly and carry a _______”
Great White Fleet­


Expansionism­
“Taking over unclaimed territory”


Spanish American War
Yellow Press­ Extravagant headlines


Yellow fever, Panama Canal­ Disease contracted by worked while building the _____ Canal


Entangling alliances,
Lusitania­
English passenger ship sunk by Germans


Home front, war bonds­ Finances military operations in times of war


Convoys,
Group of ships traveling together accompanied by troops
New technologies in WWI­


African Americans in WWI­ These people were often given second hand equipment, weapons, etc.


Fourteen Points­ Written by President Wilson, all but one were denied Propaganda­ Advertisements, trying to get people to join the military


Red scare­ the fear of the rise of communism


Dawes Plan,
Plan after WWI to collect war reparation debt from
Germany;
Jazz age, term coined by F. Scott Fitzgerald and was a feature of the
1920s;
Tariffs, tax on imports and exports;
Communists­
characterized by the absence of social classes, money and the state.


Economic boom:
Bull Market­
AKA ____ Market


Efforts to avoid war,
Neutrality acts­ Made during WWI to make America stay out of European conflict ∙
Fundamentalist movement,
Harlem Renaissance­ This movement also included the new African
American cultural expressions.


NAACP­
Nation’s oldest civil rights organization


Garvey, Washington & DuBois­ 3 men that developed competing visions for African Americans


Ku Klux Klan­ “The Klan”


Great Migration­ When African Americans moved to Northern U.S. from the South


Installment plans­ When people bought stuff with money they didn’t have ∙
Demobilization­
Discharging soldiers from “combat­ready” status

Anaconda Plan­
Scott's Great Snake is the name widely applied to an outline strategy for subduing the seceding states in the American Civil War.

Kansas­Nebraska Act­
It allowed people in the territories of _____ and ______ to decide for themselves whether or not to allow slavery within their borders. This is the ______ act. Emancipation Proclamation­
Granted…