Review for Chapter 7 - Mount Logan Middle School

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The Territory Prospers
This is a no gum
class. Please dispose
of it properly!
Then
take out your study guide
and spend 10 minutes working on
questions 20-30, any incomplete
parts, OR reviewing for the states
test.
If you have all of this done, finish
your pink paper from the sub.
 Where
should your backpack be?
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History Objective –
We will prepare for
the exam by
reviewing the study
guide.
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Language Objective –
We will listen to, give
answers and write
the important details
from the activity.
Behavior Objective – Participation & Work
Ethic: We will listen to each questions,
answer the ones given to us, and write the
important details in our notes.
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#1 How would the Utah Territory benefit from gaining statehood?
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3rd detail
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#2 Why did Utah Struggle to become a state?
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#3 What changes did Utah make to gain statehood?
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30. What contribution did
Martha Hughes Cannon achieve
for the first time in the
United States?
She was the first female state (not
national) senator in the United
States.
2)
3)
29. Which party won control of
Utah’s legislature?
_____________________
Democrats
28. Why was the National
Election of 1896 significant in
Utah?
It was the first national election that
Utah could participate in as a state.
27. Describe some of the
celebrations that took place
around the state when statehood
was declared.
There were parades, dances, firing
guns in the air, singing,
speeches, etc.
26. What number was Utah in US
states gaining statehood?
_______
45th
25. After ratification what
else had to take place before
Utah to become a state?
The constitution had to be approved
by Congress and the president.
24. Who was elected as the
first governor of Utah?
_________ __ ___________
Heber M. Wells
23. After a long debate, the
delegates included in the
Constitution a clause that gave
_______________ back the right to
vote.
women
22. Utah’s Constitution had to
guarantee several things before it
would be accepted by Congress. What
were three things it had to do?
1) Polygamy would be illegal
2) Free public education
3) separation of church, state, and
economy
21. Who did President Grover
Cleveland authorize to elect
delegates who wrote Utah’s
constitution?
Utah men; women were still banned
from voting by the Edmunds-Tucker
Act.
20. How did Emmeline B. Wells
help Utah’s women?
She was a leader in the women’s
suffrage movement that also
published a magazine about
women’s issues.
19. What did the Edmunds-Tucker
Act do to women’s suffrage in
Utah?
It took voting rights away from
women.
17. Why were women in Utah
initially given the right to
vote?
People believed that Utah women
would vote out polygamy.
18. Did Mormon women in Utah
vote the way people expected?
Explain why or why not.
No, they voted to keep polygamy.
16. What event generated good
feelings between many Mormons and
non-Mormons, and also sparked
favorable newspaper articles about
Utah across the nation?
The tours and ceremonies
surrounding the dedication of the
Salt Lake City temple, to which
many non-Mormons were invited.
15. Early elections in Utah became
contests between two political
parties. Most Mormons in Utah were
members of the ___________________,
while most non-Mormons were members
of the ____________________.
People’s Party; Liberal Party
14. Mormons tended to join the
______________________, and nonMormons mostly joined the
_______________________. In order
to bring balance, LDS church
leaders called some Mormons to join
the _______________________.
Democrats, Republicans,
Republicans
11. What was the Manifesto?
The document that ended new
polygamist marriages among the
Mormons.
12. Who issued the Manifesto?
_____________ _________________
1) Wilford Woodruff
13. After the Manifesto, U.S.
President _________________ issued
a proclamation ______________ past
polygamists. What else did the
proclamation do?
Harrison (Cleveland); pardoning
The proclamation also gave
polygamist men back their
voting/political rights.
10. After _____________
___________________ died,
_________ ____________ became
president of the LDS church.
Brigham Young; John Taylor
10b. John Taylor told the
members of the church to do
what about polygamy?
He told them to continue polygamy
even if it meant hiding in the
Underground or going to prison.
9. Many Mormon men went to
________ rather than give up
plural marriage and abandon
their wives and children.
prison
8. In the case Reynolds v. the
United States the Supreme Court
ruled what about the Constitution
and religious belief?
The Constitution protected religious
beliefs but not religious practices that
violate the law.
7. What did it mean to “live on
the underground”?
It meant that polygamist families had to
hide from law enforcement officers.
They had secret passages, safe houses,
and hideouts in the mountains in order
to elude capture.
6. Describe Mormon style
polygamy.
Most Mormons were not polygamists.
Around 30% were polygamists, and of those
who were usually had two or three wives.
Only the very wealthy or church officials had
large numbers of wives. Wives were often
left alone, and had to be very self-sufficient
to take care of themselves and their
families.
5. What was the name given to
polygamist men at that time?
_____________
Cohabs
4. Why was the Edmunds-Tucker
Act particularly devastating to
the LDS Church?
It took away almost all church owned
property, except those exclusively used
for religious purposes.
3. Name three laws passed to
punish polygamists and the LDS
Church. Describe what each law
did in complete sentences.
2.Why was Utah denied
statehood? Describe in complete
sentences 7 roadblocks to
statehood.
1.Why did the Utah Territory
want to gain statehood?
Describe in complete sentences
8 benefits of statehood.
Bell Activity
 Get your essay and study guide
packet out.
 Turn them into your box number.
This is a no gum
class. Please dispose
of it properly!
Take
out your study guide and
review the essay questions, the
map, vocabulary, and the
questions.
Log in to the computer and go to
our class homepage (green).
DO NOT START THE TEST!!!
 Where
should your backpack be?
Things to do…
 I will pick up your study guide.
 Start with the map test. Keep it at
your desk until I pick them up.
 Then start the essay. Keep it at your
desk until I pick them up.
 Only start the computer test when
both are finished.
 IF you finish all the tests, practice the
U.S. map on the links page.
This is a no gum
class. Please dispose
of it properly!
Take
out your study guide,
Clearing the Roadblocks
(Roadblocks & Resolutions), and
the pink paper.
Review
states!
the
 Where
should your backpack be?
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6.
Things to do…
Turn in your study guide and other
papers. Study guide on top, then pink,
then lined.
Then start the map test (State test 4).
Pick up your study guide then do the
multiple choice test.
Then type your essay in Canvas.
Turn back in your study guide and put
the computer back on its charging cord.
IF you finish all the tests, read a book.
Essay Questions – Pick one
question to answer. Don’t
forget to start on the back!!
 1. How would the Utah Territory
benefit from gaining statehood?
 2. Why did Utah Struggle to
become a state?
 3. What changes did Utah make
to gain statehood?
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Illinois
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Kansas
Kentucky
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Mississippi
Missouri
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