This is a general list of items to know and pages to
read for Exam 3.
This list is not intended to be a complete itemization of all questions on this exam. However, knowing this material will serve as a good starting point in preparation for study.
Read: Regional Landscapes of the United States and Canada (6th ed.) by Birdsall et al.
-- Chapter 9 (All pages)
-- Chapter 10 (All pages)
-- Chapter 11 (All pages)
-- Chapter 12 (All pages)
-- Chapter 13 (All pages)
Be able to identify, know the meaning of, or otherwise give examples of the following:
Okra and gumbo
Trail of Tears
Jim Crow laws ("Black codes")
De jure segregation
Plessey v. Ferguson, 1896
Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka, 1954
Sectionalism -- "Solid South"
Black outmigration in early 20th Century
Agricultural Adjustment Acts, 1935
Rectangular Land Survey System (Township & Range)
Mollisols and Alfisols
Bluestem and Grama grass.
Homestead Act of 1862
Wilderness Act of 1964
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