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New South. Study Guide Game. QUESTION. Political leaders who dominated Georgia after Reconstruction, supported new industry and often appealed to white supremacy were called what? Radical Republicans Populists The Bourbon Triumvirate Alliance Democrats. ANSWER. The Bourbon Triumvirate.

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New south

New South

Study Guide Game


Question
QUESTION

Political leaders who dominated Georgia after Reconstruction, supported new industry and often appealed to white supremacy were called what?

  • Radical Republicans

  • Populists

  • The Bourbon Triumvirate

  • Alliance Democrats


Answer
ANSWER

  • The Bourbon Triumvirate


Question1
QUESTION

A small farmer in Georgia who was suffering economically during the 1890’s would have most likely been drawn to which of the following?

  • The Bourbons

  • The Populists

  • The New South

  • Henry Grady


Answer1
ANSWER

The Populists


Question2
QUESTION

As the leader of the New South movement, what was Henry Grady supporting?

  • Blacks leaving the South to work in the North.

  • Southerners growing more cotton for export.

  • Northern investment in southern industry.

  • Southern investment in northern factories.


Answer2
ANSWER

  • Northern investment in southern industry.


Question3
QUESTION

Who of the following was NOT a member of the Bourbon Triumvirate?

  • Alfred Colquitt

  • Alexander Stephens

  • Joe Brown

  • John Gordon


Answer3
ANSWER

  • Alexander Stephens


Question4
QUESTION

The main purpose of the International Cotton Exposition that was held in Atlanta was to

  • Showcase the industries of the New South.

  • Get ideas from foreign countries.

  • Showcase the cotton gin.

  • Bring visitors to Atlanta.


Answer4
ANSWER

  • Showcase the industries of the New South.


Question5
QUESTION

What group was supported by Tom Watson?

  • Farmers

  • Mill workers

  • Miners

  • Railroad workers


Answer5
ANSWER

  • Farmers


Question6
QUESTION

The immediate cause of the riot that occurred in Atlanta in 1906 was

  • The killing of a black family.

  • Blacks being denied the right to vote.

  • The election of Hoke Smith as governor.

  • Stories of black violence against whites in the Atlanta newspapers.


Answer6
ANSWER

  • Stories of black violence against whites in the Atlanta newspapers.


Question7
QUESTION

  • What happened to Leo Frank after his trial?

  • He was sentenced and put to death.

  • He spent the rest of his life in prison.

  • He was taken from jail and lynched.

  • He was found guilty, but was later freed.


Answer7
ANSWER

  • He was taken from jail and lynched.


Question8
QUESTION

The county unit system affected voting and politics in Georgia by favoring cities where most people lived.

  • Focusing power inside the Atlanta area.

  • Favoring cities where most people lived.

  • Helping blacks get more voting power.

  • Giving the rural areas more power.


Answer8
ANSWER

  • Giving the rural areas more power.


Question9
QUESTION

  • What was the purpose of the “Jim Crow” or segregation laws passed by Georgia’s government at the turn of the century?

  • To make alcohol illegal.

  • To continue white control.

  • To promote industry in Georgia.

  • To provide equality for black Georgians.


Answer9
ANSWER

  • To continue white control.


Question10
QUESTION

  • What became legal under Plessy V. Ferguson?

  • Blacks and whites could have separate schools.

  • Blacks and whites could attend the same schools.

  • Blacks and whites could be admitted to the same hospital.

  • Blacks and whites could drink from the same water fountain.


Answer10
ANSWER

  • Blacks and whites could have separate schools.


Question11
QUESTION

  • Which notable African-American leader believed that blacks should strive to be intellectuals and helped forum the NAACP?

    • W.E.B. Dubois

    • Booker T. Washington

    • Jim Crow

    • Leo Frank


Answer11
ANSWER

  • W.E.B. Dubois


Question12
QUESTION

  • What were the grandfather clauses, poll taxes, and literacy tests intended to do?

    • End segregation

    • Protect African-American voting rights

    • Discriminate against Jewish Georgians

    • Disfranchise


Answer12
ANSWER

  • Disfranchise


Question13
QUESTION

  • Who was the first black president of Atlanta Baptist College?

  • Frederick Douglass

  • John Hope

  • W.E.B. DuBois

  • Booker T. Washington


Answer13
ANSWER

  • John Hope


Question14
QUESTION

  • What organization was NOT founded by Lugenia Burns Hope?

  • D.E.C.C.A.

  • Neighborhood Union

  • Girl Scouts

  • Y.W.C.A.


Answer14
ANSWER

  • Girl Scouts


Question15
QUESTION

  • What business made Alonzo Herndon a successful businessman?

  • Atlanta Mutual Insurance Company

  • Georgia Pacific

  • Coca-Cola

  • Western and Atlantic Railroad


Answer15
ANSWER

  • Atlanta Mutual Insurance Company


Question16
QUESTION

  • Which of the following was NOT a way in which Georgia politicians disfranchised blacks?

  • Jim Crow Laws

  • Poll Tax

  • Literacy Tests

  • White Primary


Answer16
ANSWER

  • Jim Crow Laws


Question17
QUESTION

  • The New South Movement was more concerned with changing Georgia

  • economically.

  • socially.

  • politically.

  • racially.


Answer17
ANSWER

  • economically.


Question18
QUESTION

  • Georgia’s first JIM CROW LAW required separate for blacks and whites.

  • Schools

  • Street cars

  • Railroad passenger cars

  • Water fountains


Answer18
ANSWER

  • Railroad passenger cars


Question19
QUESTION

  • The Grandfather Clause allowed

  • Grandfathers to vote without paying a poll tax.

  • Anyone to vote who had a grandfather born in Georgia.

  • Any to vote who was a Civil War veteran or a descendant of a Civil War veteran to exempt the literacy test for voting.

  • Anyone to vote if a grandfather on either side of the family was still living.


Answer19
ANSWER

  • Any to vote who was a Civil War veteran or a descendant of a Civil War veteran to exempt the literacy test for voting.


Question20
QUESTION

  • What Amendment to the U.S. Constitution allowed women the right to vote?

    • 14th

    • 18th

    • 15th

    • 19th


Answer20
ANSWER

  • 19th


Question21
QUESTION

  • A farmer’s most valuable possession, which was often the subject of bank liens, was his

  • Labor.

  • Tools

  • Crop.

  • Seeds


Answer21
ANSWER

  • Crop.


Question22
QUESTION

  • Laws meant to separate races in society


Answer22
ANSWER

  • Segregation


Question23
QUESTION

  • Movement toward more industry and less farming


Answer23
ANSWER

  • New South


Question24
QUESTION

  • Taking away the right to vote


Answer24
ANSWER

  • disfranchise


Who

  • Henry Grady

  • Tom Watson

  • Leo Frank

  • Rebecca Latimer Felton

  • John Hope

  • Booker T. Washington

  • W.E.B. Dubois

  • Alexander Stephens


Question25
QUESTION

  • Populist politician in Georgia


Answer25
ANSWER

  • Tom Watson


Question26
QUESTION

  • Opened the Tuskegee Institute


Answer26
ANSWER

  • Booker T. Washington


Question27
QUESTION

  • Started the Niagara Movement- movement to end segregation


Answer27
ANSWER

  • W.E.B. Dubous


Question28
QUESTION

  • Progressive who supported social reform – prisons, child labor.


Answer28
ANSWER

  • Rebecca Latimer Felton


Question29
QUESTION

  • Leader of the New South Movement


Answer29
ANSWER

  • Henry Grady


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