Social 7 - Class Notes Page

Unit One:  Founding Documents

Part 1:  Declaration of Independence (Blank Student Skeleton Notes)

Part 2:  The U.S. Constitution and Bill of Rights (Blank Student Skeleton Notes)

Part 3:  Principles of Democracy

Unit Two:  U.S. Westward Expansion (1792-1861)

Part 1:  The Louisiana Purchase (Blank Student Skeleton Notes)

Part 2: Moving Westward and Florida (Blank Student Skeleton Notes)

Part 3: The Oregon Country (Blank Student Skeleton Notes)

Part 4: Texas Wins Independence (Blank Student Skeleton Notes)

Part 5: California and the Southwest (Blank Student Skeleton Notes)

Part 6:  War WIth Mexico (Blank Student Skeleton Notes)

Part 7: A Rush to the West (Blank Student Skeleton Notes)

Unit Three:  The Industrial Age (1792-1861)

Part 1:  The Industrial Revolution (Blank Student Skeleton Notes)

Part 2: Industry in the North (Blank Student Skeleton Notes)

Part 3: Life in North (Blank Student Skeleton Notes)

Part 4: Cotton Kingdom in the South (Blank Student Skeleton Notes)

Part 5: Life in the South (Blank Student Skeleton Notes)

Unit Four:  19th Century Social Reforms (1792-1861)

Part 1:  The Spirit of Reform (Blank Student Skeleton Notes)

Part 2: The Fight Against Slavery (Blank Student Skeleton Notes)

Part 3: The Struggle for Women’s Rights Begins (Blank Student Skeleton Notes)

Unit Five:  Civil War and Reconstruction (1850-1877)

Part 1: The Issue of Slavery in the Western Territories (Blank Student Skeleton Notes)

Part 2: The Crisis Over Slavery Turns Violent (Blank Student Skeleton Notes)

Part 3: Creation of the Republican Party (Blank Student Skeleton Notes)

Part 4: A Nation Breaks Apart (Blank Student Skeleton Notes)

UNIT 5: TEST ONE COVERING NOTES FOR PARTS 1-4

Part 5: The Conflict Takes Shape (Blank Student Skeleton Notes)

Part 6:  A Long, Difficult Struggle (Blank Student Skeleton Notes)

Part 7: A Promise of Freedom (Blank Student Skeleton Notes)

Part 8: Hardships of War (Blank Student Skeleton Notes)

Part 9: The War Ends (Blank Student Skeleton Notes)

UNIT 5: TEST TWO COVERING NOTES FOR PARTS 5-9

Part 10: First Steps to Reunion (Blank Student Skeleton Notes)

Part 11: Radical Reconstruction (Blank Student Skeleton Notes)

Part 12: Changes in the South (Blank Student Skeleton Notes)

Part 13: The End of Reconstruction (Blank Student Skeleton Notes)

UNIT 5: TEST THREE COVERING NOTES FOR PARTS 10-13

Unit Six:  “Development of an Industrial United States” (1870-1920) - The Guilded Age

Part 1: Railroads and Industry (Blank Student Copy)

Part 2: The Rise of Big Business (Blank Student Copy)

Part 3: New Inventions Change the Nation (Blank Student Copy)

Part 4: The Rise of Labor in the Industrial Age (Blank Student Copy)

Part 5: New Immigrants Arrive in America (Blank Student Copy)

Part 6: The Growth of Cities (Blank Student Copy)

Part 7: Changes in American City Life (Blank Student Copy)

Part 8: American Education and Culture (Blank Student Copy)

Part 9: Reforms of the Gilded Age (Blank Student Copy)

Part 10: The Progressives (Blank Student Copy)

Part 11: Women Work for Reform (Blank Student Copy)

Part 12: Fighting for Equality (Blank Student Copy)

Unit Seven:  “The Great Depression and World War II” (1920-1945)

Part 1: The Great Economic Crash (Blank Student Copy)

Part 2: FDR and the New Deal (Blank Student Copy)

Part 3: Reaction to the New Deal (Blank Student Copy)

Part 4: Surviving Hard Times (Blank Student Copy)

Part 5: Dictatorship and Aggression (Blank Student Copy)

Part 6: World War II Begins (Blank Student Copy)

Part 7: The Home Front (Blank Student Copy)

Part 8: The Allies Advance (Blank Student Copy)

Part 9: Final Victory and the End of World War II (Blank Student Copy)

Unit Eight:  “Post World War II United States” (1945-1989)

Part 1: The Cold War Begins (Blank Student Copy)

Part 2: The Cold War Heats Up (Blank Student Copy)

Part 3: The Vietnam War (Blank Student Copy)

Part 4: The End of the Cold War (Blank Student Copy)

Unit Nine: “The United States in a New Global Age” (1980-present)

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