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Unit 3

Jeopardy

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Robber

Bartons

Rock(efeller)

The Power

Of

Progressive

Trick or

Treat

Big

Stick

Immigrants & Outlaws

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1

2

2

2

2

2

3

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Robber Bartons1

Which of the following made possible the American industrial growth of the late 1800s?

a.

the household economy

b.

technological advances

c.

government reforms

d.

the development of labor unions

Check Your Answer

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b) Technological advances

Robber Bartons 2

Back to the Game Board

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Robber Bartons for 2

The government contributed to the building of the transcontinental railroad by

a.

not allowing immigrants to work for railroad companies.

b.

collecting extra taxes from the industries that would use the railroad.

c.

awarding loans and land grants to private companies to build the railroad.

d.

assigning the army to lay out a path for the railroad.

Check Your Answer

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I Heart Indust for 2

c.

awarding loans and land grants to private companies to build the railroad.

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Robber Bartons for 3

Which of the following revolutionized American communications in the late 1800s?

a.

steam engines and steamships

b.

the telegraph and telephone

c.

a workable light filament

d.

refrigeration and sewing machines

Check Your Answer

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b.

the telegraph and telephone

Robber Bartons for 3

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Robber Bartons for 4

Critics of powerful industrialists referred to them as

a.

captains of industry.

b.

philanthropists.

c.

robber barons.

d.

anarchists.

Check Your Answer

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Robber Bartons for 4

c) Robber barons

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Robber Bartons for 5

How did Andrew Carnegie gain control of the steel industry?

a.

by giving away his money

b.

by becoming a partner of Edwin Drake

c.

by buying all the other steel mills

d.

by practicing vertical integration

Check Your Answer

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Robber Bartons for 5

d.

by practicing vertical integration

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Immigrants & Outlaws for 1

What happened at the Massacre at Wounded Knee?

a.

American soldiers killed more than 200 unarmed Sioux.

b.

General Custer’s cavalry was completely wiped out.

c.

The Nez Percé fought for possession of their homeland.

d.

The last buffalo of the Great Plains were killed.

Check Your Answer

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Immigrants & Outlaws for

a) American soldiers killed more than 200 unarmed Sioux.

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Immigrants for 2

The United States government encouraged attempts to

a.

preserve Native American traditions.

b.

protect Native American rights.

c.

take Native American lands.

d.

record Native American heritage.

Check Your Answer

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Immigrants for 2

c.

take Native American lands.

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Immigrants for 3

During the late 1800s, the port of entry for the majority of immigrants was

a.

Boston.

b.

San Francisco.

c.

Philadelphia.

d.

New York City.

Check Your Answer

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Immigrants for 3

d.

New York City.

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Immigrants for 4

What attracted many Asians to the United States in the late 1800s?

a.

repeal of the Chinese Exclusion Act

b.

the desire for free land

c.

jobs with American railroad companies

d.

the Gentlemen’s Agreement

Check Your Answer

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Immigrants for 4

c.

jobs with American railroad companies

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Immigrants for 5

Which of the following was a major result of both immigration and the increased productivity of factory jobs in the late 1800s?

a.

the rapid expansion of urban areas

b.

mechanization of agriculture

c.

high wages for factory workers

d.

overpopulation of the South

Check Your Answer

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Immigrants for 5

a.

the rapid expansion of urban areas

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Progressive for 1

The goal of the Sherman Antitrust Act was to

a.

encourage industries to form cartels.

b.

promote fair industrial competition.

c.

place higher taxes on business profits.

d.

encourage the growth of business monopolies.

Check Your Answer

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Mr. Roboto for 1

b.

promote fair industrial competition.

.

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Progressive for 2

Which best describes the main goal of the settlement movement?

a.

to improve living conditions for the poor

b.

to strengthen political machines

c.

to encourage immigration

d.

to create jobs for the unemployed

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Progressive for 2

a.

to improve living conditions for the poor

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Progressive for 3

Which belief was held by most Progressives?

a.

The government should be more accountable to its citizens.

b.

Housing and healthcare should remain private.

c.

The government should protect agricultural interests.

d.

The government should intervene in unfair business practices.

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Progressive for 3

a.

The government should be more accountable to its citizens.

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Progressive for 4

In 1906, Upton Sinclair’s novel entitled The Jungle exposed dangerous workplace conditions

a.

in the meatpacking industry.

b.

for women in the garment industry.

c.

for children working long hours.

d.

for miners in West Virginia and Colorado.

Check Your Answer

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Progressive for 4

a.

in the meatpacking industry.

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Progressive for 5

Journalists known as muckrakers worked at

a.

praising government policies.

b.

exposing political and business corruption.

c.

attacking the ideas of socialists.

d.

opposing government regulation of business.

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Progressive for 5

b.

exposing political and business corruption.

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Big Stick for 1

Anti-imperialists also objected to the

a.

independence of the Philippines.

b.

introduction of democracy to new lands.

c.

costs of expansion.

d.

sale of American goods abroad.

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Big Stick for 1

c.

costs of expansion

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Big Stick for 2

The United States annexed Hawaii because

a.

Queen Liliuokalani executed several foreign merchants.

b.

the United States needed naval stations in the Pacific.

c.

Hawaiians requested American protection.

d.

the Boxers started a rebellion.

Check Your Answer

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Big Stick for 2

b.

the United States needed naval stations in the Pacific.

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Big Stick for 3

The first action of the Spanish-American War took place in

a.

the Philippines.

b.

the Gulf of Mexico.

c.

the harbor at Santiago, Cuba.

d.

Puerto Rico.

CheckYourAnswer

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Big Stick for 3

c.

the harbor at Santiago, Cuba.

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Big Stick for 4

The Monroe Doctrine and social Darwinism contributed to

a.

European imperialism.

b.

American expansionism.

c.

industrial growth.

d.

financial panic and depression.

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Big Stick for 4

b.

American expansionism.

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Big Stick for 5

Under imperialism, the stronger nation attempts to

a.

dominate a weaker country.

b.

sell its products to a weaker country.

c.

create an empire.

d.

all of the above.

Check Your Answer

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Big Stick for 5

a.

dominate a weaker country.

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TorTfor 1

Which of the following actions would be illegal under Jim Crow laws?

a.

white citizens joining the NAACP

c.

progressives supporting segregation

b.

African Americans receiving PhDs.

d.

blacks and whites riding together on a train.

Check Your Answer

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TorT1

d.

blacks and whites riding together on a train.

.

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TorTfor 2

In the case of Plessy v. Ferguson, the Supreme Court

a.

declared segregation unconstitutional.

b.

established the “separate-but-equal” doctrine, upholding segregation.

c.

ordered public school districts to upgrade schools for African Americans.

d.

ordered universities to enroll more women and African Americans.

Check Your Answer

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TorTfor 2

b.

established the “separate-but-equal” doctrine, upholding segregation.

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TorTfor 3

During the early 1900s, The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) was an example of how African Americans

a.

used the court system to fight discrimination.

b.

formed their own political parties.

c.

ended all segregation in the South.

d.

founded settlement houses in black neighborhoods.

Check Your Answer

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TorTfor 3

a.

used the court system to fight discrimination.

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TorTfor 4

How did industrial growth affect the distribution of wealth in the United States?

a.

All Americans enjoyed a higher standard of living.

b.

The income gap between farmers and factory workers widened.

c.

Wealth was concentrated in the hands of a few industrialists.

d.

The income gap between rich and poor grew smaller.

Check Your Answer

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TorTfor 4

c.

Wealth was concentrated in the hands of a few industrialists.

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TorTfor5

One of Thomas Edison’s major accomplishments was

a.

developing a more efficient way to make steel.

b.

inventing the telegraph and telephone.

c.

helping to make electricity more widely available.

d.

preaching the “gospel of wealth.”

Check Your Answer

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TorT for 5

c.

helping to make electricity more widely available

Back to the Game Board

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