So one of the first things is that at Khan Academy we've put together a complete resource with articles and exercises and videos from every part of US history. Know-Nothing Party, and then another effect, let's see, we could say, this was one of the things that led to the early Temperance movement, there was a sense that new immigrants to the United States like the Irish were drinking too much and that it was important to curb drinking.
Frequently, tasks have more than one component. So her audience I guess would be people who came to visit, maybe veterans or folks who had lost people in the war.
In fact if I count, there's one, two, three, four, five, at least six people, this might be somebody's legs, so six or seven people in a pretty small room.
There were also political revolutions, right? For instance, if the essay is on "Technology Bringing Change," then choose what you can write the most on. The elevator might be easy, but the cotton gin offers you so much more to talk about concerning slavery and causes of the Civil War.
So we know that these are people who are in bad conditions, and Jacob Riis is exposing them, he's a muckraker who's trying to improve things, so I think it's a good answer with B.
Okay so what else might we talk about, just general facts? So if you're panicking about how you're supposed to memorize all the names and dates and places and important people from years of history, stop panicking and just think about overall themes.