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Unit Test: The Gilded Age. The Rise of Segregation. Settling the west. The Industrial Age. Labor Unions. Immigration and Urbanization. 200. 200. 200. 200. 200. 400. 400. 400. 400. 400. 600. 600. 600. 600. 600. 800. 800. 800. 800. 800. 1000. 1000. 1000. 1000. 1000.

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The Rise of Segregation

Settling the west

The Industrial Age

Labor Unions

Immigration and Urbanization

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What was Plessy v. Ferguson?

This Supreme Court case made

segregation a fact of life in

the nation.

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What was The Great American Desert?

This was another name for the

Great Plains.

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Who was Thomas Edison?

He improved the incandescent

light bulb.

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What was the Gilded Age?

The period from 1865-1900.

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What was Chinese?

This group was denied

further immigration in 1882.

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What were Jim Crow laws?

These were laws that described

segregation

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What was the Little Big Horn?

This is where Custer and his army

were defeated by the Indians.

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What was Social Darwinism?

This is the theory that the best

businessmen will rise to the top

and get rich.

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Who was Terence Powderly?

He led the Knights of Labor.

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What was public schools?

This was crucial to the

Americanization of immigrant

children.

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Who was W.E.B. DuBois?

This African American leader

promoted immediate equality

and constitutional rights.

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Who was Joseph Glidden?

He invented barbed wire.

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Who was Andrew Carnegie?

He wrote a book called “The

Gospel of Wealth” and was a

steel company owner.

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What was the Pendleton Act?

Created exams for government

jobs.

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What was Ellis Island?

This is where many European

immigrants saw their first

sights of America.

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Who was Booker T. Washington?

This African American leader was

willing to accept racial separation

and believed the path to equality

was through education and

economic success.

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What was the Homestead Act?

This granted settlers 160 acres

of land if they stayed on it and

worked the land for 5 years.

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What was monopoly?

This type of business allowed for

the control of all of the supply of

a product.

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Who was Samuel Gompers?

He led the AFL.

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What were “new” immigrants?

People who came from Southern

and Eastern Europe are referred to

in this term. (What do they call

these people).

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What was the NAACP?

W.E.B. DuBois formed this

organization in pursuit of

equality for African Americans.

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What was Promontory Point, Utah?

This is where the first

trans-continental railroad came

together.

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What was steel?

What industry was revolutionized

by the Bessemer process?

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What were only skilled workers?

Types of workers the AFL

accepted.

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What were settlement houses?

Established in poor neighborhoods

where middle-class residents

lived and helped the poor.

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