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09 May 2007 @ 03:58 pm
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07 May 2007 @ 06:12 pm
We should have done this a loooooooooong time ago but oh well. :D;;


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07 May 2007 @ 03:59 pm
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national sentiment: irritatedTOO HOT D:
03 May 2007 @ 03:41 pm
Westward movement!Collapse )
federal territory: 117
national sentiment: hungryhungry
anthem: Henry Clay
04 February 2007 @ 09:30 pm

Chapter 28
America on the World Stage

"Little Brown Brothers" in the Philippines
Hinging the Open Door in China
Imperialism or Bryanism in 1900?

TR: Brandisher of the Big Stick
Colombia Blocks the Canal
Uncle Sam Creates Puppet Panama

Completing the Canal and Appraising Colombia
TR's Perversion of Monroe's Doctrine

Roosevelt on the World Stage
Japanese Laborers in California
28 January 2007 @ 09:34 pm

Chapter 27
The Path of Empire

Imperialist Stirrings
Monroe's Doctrine & The Venezuelan Squall
Spurning the Hawaiian Pear
Cubans Rise in Revolt

The Mystery of the Maine Explosion
McKinley Unleashes the Dogs of War
Dewey's May Day Victory at Manila

Unexpected Imperialistic Plums
The Confused Invasion of Cuba
Curtains for Spain in America

McKinley Heeds Duty, Destiny, and Dollars
America's Course (Curse?)Of Empire
Perplexities in Puerto Rico and Cuba
New Horizons in Two Hemispheres

national sentiment: accomplishedaccomplished
22 January 2007 @ 04:49 pm

Chapter 25
America Moves to the City

The Urban Frontier
The New Immigration
Southern Europe Uprooted
Reactions to the New Immigration
Narrowing the Welcome Mat
Churches Confront the Urban Challenge

Darwin Disrupts the Churches
The Lust for Learning
Booker T. Washington and Education for Black People
The Hallowed Halls of Ivy
The March of the Wind
The Appeal of the Press
Apostles of Reform
Postwar Writing
Literary Landmarks
The New Morality
Families and Women in the City
Prohibition of Alcohol and Social Progress
Artistic Triumphs
The Business of Amusement
18 January 2007 @ 09:54 pm

Chapter 26
The Great West and the Agricultural Revolution

The Clash of Cultures on the Plains
Receding Native Population
Bellowing Herds of Bison
The End of the Trail
Mining: From Dishpan to Ore Breaker

Beef Bonanzas and the Long Drive
The Farmer's Frontier
The Far West Comes of Age
The Fading Frontier
The Farm Becomes a Factory
Deflation Dooms the Debtor
Unhappy Farmers

The Farmers Take Their Stand
Prelude to Populism
Coxey's Army and the Pullman Strike
Golden McKinley and Silver Bryan
Class Conflict: Plowholders versus BondholdersRepublican Stand-pattism Enthroned
18 January 2007 @ 09:31 pm
Woo~ I see we've gained some new members to our lovely LJ community. Thank you for your membership and support!!

We hope you add to your support and friend the community so you'll be able to see all the updates on your f-list!!!

Please... PLEASE... PLEASE comment to the introduction post. You can find it on the right side under important things.

And again, please read thy almighty constitution.

Oh, and as for the notes...

As of now we have three journalists:

kracken_ahoy (PENDING)
and myself.

We will each have a random lot drawn for us and the page numbers will be assigned accordingly. Since there are four of us, there will be only 5 or 4 pages of notes for each of us.

This is how it works:

I will make a post for each chapter. Your drawings/notes will go under the post as a comment.

For more clarification, please feel free to ask me.

That's all for now.

// ALEX Ham.
federal territory: on the floor
national sentiment: bouncybouncy
anthem: Regina Spector//Poor Little Rich Boy