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Reform Movements. The Temperance Movement was an attempt to alter immoral actions by -. Providing women the opportunity to vote Banning the consumption of alcohol Outlawing the use of child labor Providing tax relief for immigrants. Immigration. In the late 1800’s, the increase for

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Reform movements

Reform Movements

The Temperance Movement was an

attempt to alter immoral actions by -

Providing women the opportunity to vote

Banning the consumption of alcohol

Outlawing the use of child labor

Providing tax relief for immigrants


Immigration

Immigration

In the late 1800’s, the increase for

tenement building was a direct result

of ____?

Changing roles for women during war

Rapid growth of cities due to immigrants

Westward expansion by Americans

Young children working in factories


Immigration1

Immigration

Which of the following BEST describes

a tenement?

Cramped quarters on a ship

Place to go for food and shelter

A run-down apartment building

A suburb of the city


Immigration2

Immigration

Hull House, a famous settlement house

in Chicago, was founded by which of

the following?

Jane Addams

Susan B. Anthony

Bessie Smith

Eleanor Roosevelt


Immigration3

Immigration

During the 1800’s/ early 1900’s,

working conditions were _____?

  • Good, with an 8-hour day, good wages, and safe

    conditions.

  • Okay, with high wages, and fairly safe conditions.

  • Poor, with long hours, low wages, and unsafe conditions.

  • Poor, with short hours, low wages, and safe conditions.


Immigration4

Immigration

Where did most of the post Civil War

immigrants come from?

Eastern China

South Africa

Northern and Western Asia

Southern and Eastern Europe


Immigration5

Immigration

The Chinese Exclusion Act of 1882

prevented Chinese from?

Leaving Ellis Island

Immigrating to America

Leaving America

Emigrating from China


Immigration6

Immigration

This picture most

likely represents

what?

Westward expansion

Immigration

Labor Union

Homestead strike


Immigration7

Immigration

America’s first attempt to limit the number of

immigrants entering the United States began

in 1882 with the inception of?

Restriction on Russian immigrants

The Chinese Exclusion Act

The Japanese Exclusion Act

Standard Quota for formula system


Immigration8

Immigration

What product was most responsible for

the growth of the major industrial area

in Detroit, Michigan?

Oil industry

Textile industry

Automobile industry

Steel industry


Immigration9

Immigration

After the Civil War, what city became

the center of the meat packing

industry?

Sacramento

Kansas City

Pittsburgh

Chicago


Immigration10

Immigration

Which of the following is NOT a reason

immigrants came to the United States

following the Civil War?

For a new adventure

To begin an oppressive government

Hope for a better opportunity

Religious freedom


Industrialization

Industrialization

Alexander Graham Bell invented the -

Cotton gin

Telephone

Light bulb

Steam boat


Industrialization1

Industrialization

Which is the correct combination?

Cotton gin - Carnegie

Telephone - Rockefeller

Lighting and Electricity - Edison

Railroads - Bell


Industrialization2

Industrialization

Which was NOT a result of affordable

automobiles?

Growth of cities

Greater mobility

Creation of jobs

Suburban developments


Industrialization3

Industrialization

Which statement is evidence that labor unions

were more powerful after World War II?

More workers were injured in factory accidents.

Workers worked more hours for less money.

Fewer workers wanted to join the union.

Workers got new benefits and higher salaries.


Industrialization4

Industrialization

Andrew Carnegie is most associated

with -

Railroads

Steel

Mining

Oil


Industrialization5

Industrialization

John D. Rockefeller formed a

monopoly in -

Steel

Railroads

Oil

Cattle


Industrialization6

Industrialization

All of the following are matched

correctly EXCEPT?

John D. Rockefeller – oil

Andrew Carnegie – steel

Henry Ford – automobile

David Sarnoff - railroads


Industrialization7

Industrialization

The assembly line increased?

The need for skilled workers

The quality of products while increasing costs

The quantity of products while decreasing costs

Worker safety on the job


Industrialization8

Industrialization

As a result of new technologies in the

1920’s, Americans had -

More chores to complete

Extra leisure time

Less time to play sports

An increase income


Industrialization9

Industrialization

Labor unions formed to -

Help workers work longer hours for lower pay

Fight for child labor laws, shorter working hours and better pay

Encourage the use of more child labor

Stop government interference in the workplace


Industrialization10

Industrialization

When labor union workers protested

low pay or working conditions, they

used -

Monopolies

Child labor laws

Strikes

Trusts


Industrialization11

Industrialization

The Homestead Strike of 1892 involved-

Standard Oil employees

Workers from McCormick

Carnegie’s steel workers

Pullman’s railway employees


Industrialization12

Industrialization

Which of the following workers could

have been a member of the American

Federation of Labor?

Factory worker

Farmer

Slave

Doctor


Industrialization13

Industrialization

One of the most important

improvements in transportation in the

early twentieth century was the -

Railroad

Automobile

Ships

Steam engine


Industrialization14

Industrialization

Which of the following was most

responsible for the decrease in the use

of railroads for transporting goods?

Internet

Satellites

Interstate highways

telecommunications


Industrialization15

Industrialization

John needs to research information about

diabetes. Which modern technology

would be the most useful?

Cell phone

Pager

Telegraph

Internet


Industrialization16

Industrialization

Which of the following was

accomplished by the space program in

1970?

Put a man on the moon

Create a city on the moon

Travel to the sun

Put a man on Mars


Progressive era

Progressive Era

What is Jane Addams mainly known for?

The creation of the American Federation of Labor

The work of Hull House

Her work in the women’s suffrage movement

Writing a history of the Standard Oil Company


Industrialization17

Industrialization

Why did Henry Ford use the assembly line?

To increase the number of cars and decrease the price

To decrease the number of cars and increase the price

To create a wider variety of cars

To pay his employees less


Industrialization18

Industrialization

The creation of stocks, corporations,

and trusts are most closely connected with -

Rise of big business

Development of the factory system

Formation of labor unions

Invention of the automobile


Industrialization19

Industrialization

Who used the assembly line in the

automobile industry?

John D. Rockefeller

Andrew Carnegie

Henry Ford

J.P. Morgan


Industrialization20

Industrialization

Guglielmo Marconi was the first to sent

messages using -

Radio waves

Telegraph

Telephone

Television


Progressive era1

Progressive Era

Which is the best summary of the aims

of the Progressive Movement?

Cleaning up the world’s cities

Eliminating abuses like crime and alcohol

Helping new immigrants find homes

Solving the problems created by Industrialization


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