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PinkMonkey Study Guide - American History

CHAPTER 7 : THE AGE OF TRANSFORMATION

7.0 Chronology of Major Events in this Period

1895 - Sino-Japanese War.

1898 - Spanish American War.

1899 - U.S. proposes the Open Door Policy.

1904 - Theodore Roosevelt-President Policy.

1905 - Russo-Japanese War.

1912 - Woodrow Wilson made President.

1915 - The Congress adopts the Glass-Owen Bill to set up the Federal Reserve System.


For the next 20 years, the U.S. witnessed a period of prosperity. This was mainly due to rapid growth and expansion of transportation. Besides this period also saw great changes in the socio-economic and cultural sphere of America.

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Table of Contents

7.0 - Chronology of Major Events
7.1 - The Growth Of Industry
7.2 - Agriculture
7.3 - Settlement In The West And The Indians
7.4 - Rise Of Reform Movements
7.5 - Women's Rights Movement
7.6 - Rise Of The Labour Movement
7.7 - America Becomes A World Power
7.8 - The Spanish-American War
7.9 - Panama Canal
7. 10 - Points To Remember

Chapter 8





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