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Do Now Map Activity:

Step 1: Label all 50 states

Step 2: Label the following geographic features:

Alaska Range

Appalachian

Mountains Arkansas River Bering Sea

Brooks Range Cascade Range Colorado River

Columbia River

Death Valley

Everglades

Gulf of Alaska

Gulf of Mexico Great Plains Great Salt Lake Hudson River Lake Erie Lake Huron

Lake Michigan

Lake Ontario

Lake Superior

Mauna Loa

Mississippi River

Missouri River Mojave Desert

Mount St. Helens Ohio River Olympic

Mountains

Ozark Mountains Platte River

Red River

Rio Grande

Rocky Mountains Salton Sea Sierra Nevada Mountains Yellowstone

National Park

Yukon River

Notes

Do Now: Set

up your notes, then go to the

class website

> resources >

physical map practice

Notes • Do Now: Set up your notes, then go to the class website > resources

1/28/2016

Wilson’s Foreign Policy (1913-1917)

Vocabulary:

• Gentleman’s Agreement – a diplomatic agreement in 1907 between Japan and the US curtailing, but not

abolishing, Japanese immigration

Announcements

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Asian Policy

California schools segregate Japanese immigrants in 1906disapproval from Japan

• Roosevelt negotiates “Gentleman’s

Agreement”

Asian Policy • California schools segregate Japanese immigrants in 1906  disapproval from Japan • Roosevelt

New discriminatory property restrictions in California in 1913 lead to tensions

with Japan

Wilson convinces Congress to promise independence to Philippines, but no date set

Mexican Revolution

Election of Francisco Madero, 1913 Madero overthrown by Victoriano Huerta, bloody dictator

Revolution against Huerta led by Venustiano Carranza, Pancho Villa

Mexican Revolution • Election of Francisco Madero, 1913 • Madero overthrown by Victoriano Huerta, bloody dictator

U.S. Involvement

Wilson opposes war but American businesses want investments

protected

U.S. occupies Veracruz to stop a shipment of

European weapons to Huerta opposed by Huerta and Carranza

Huerta steps down, US withdraws

Pancho Villa

Continues fight against Carranza

Kills Americans on both sides of border, hoping

to provoke war General Pershing leads

U.S. invasion to capture Villa, recalled as US

entrance into WWI

nears

Pancho Villa • Continues fight against Carranza • Kills Americans on both sides of border, hoping

Check for Understanding

1. Why were there tensions with Japan

during the Progressive Era?

2. What was the American role in the Mexican Revolution? Do you think it was successful?

Document Analysis

• Complete “The Jungle” (Tuesday’s

assignment) and document analysis

(Wednesday’s assignment)

Document Analysis • Complete “The Jungle” (Tuesday’s assignment) and document analysis (Wednesday’s assignment)