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Chapter 10. Growth and change after the civil war. Vocabulary and Important people. Reconstruction Suffrage Immigration Entrepreneur Depression Reform Strike Infamy Carpetbaggers Muckrackers. W.E.B DuBois Andrew Carnegie Nellie Bly George Marshall Franklin D. Roosevelt.

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Chapter 10

Chapter 10

Growth and change after the civil war


Vocabulary and important people
Vocabulary and Important people

  • Reconstruction

  • Suffrage

  • Immigration

  • Entrepreneur

  • Depression

  • Reform

  • Strike

  • Infamy

  • Carpetbaggers

  • Muckrackers

  • W.E.B DuBois

  • Andrew Carnegie

  • Nellie Bly

  • George Marshall

  • Franklin D. Roosevelt


Vocabulary
Vocabulary

  • Reconstruction – the South’s long, difficult rebuilding period after the Civil War

  • Suffrage – the right to vote

  • Immigration – moving to a country to live

  • Entrepreneur – a person who manages a business or industry

  • Depression – a period during which buisness slowed down or closed and many people lost their jobs

  • Reform – a change for the better

  • Strike – a protest against working conditions

  • Infamy – a very bad reputation

  • Muckrakers - writers who dug up dirt or uncovered problems in big businesses


Important people
Important PEOPLE

  • W.E.B DuBois – African American leader who helped found NAACP

  • Andrew Carnegie – entrepreneur who built a steel empire

  • Nellie Bly – Journalist who traveled the world and wrote about difficult living conditions in jails and mental hospitals

  • George Marshall – Army chief who expanded the U.S. Army

  • Franklin D. Roosevelt – President during the Great Depression, created the New Deal


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