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USH 2 review game. Westwerd Expansion, 2 nd Industrial Rev., Immigration and Populism. This brazen Gen was killed at the Battle of Little Bighorn. Gen Custer Gen Forsyth Gen Chivington Gen Washington. With this policy the US hoped to completely destroy the Native American culture.

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Ush 2 review game

USH 2 review game

Westwerd Expansion, 2nd Industrial Rev., Immigration and Populism


This brazen gen was killed at the battle of little bighorn
This brazen Gen was killed at the Battle of Little Bighorn.

  • Gen Custer

  • Gen Forsyth

  • Gen Chivington

  • Gen Washington


With this policy the us hoped to completely destroy the native american culture
With this policy the US hoped to completely destroy the Native American culture

  • Populism

  • Relocation

  • Manifest Destiny

  • Americanization


Which of the following is not a prevision of the dawes act
Which of the following is Native American culturenot a prevision of the Dawes Act?

  • Most Native land would be broken up

  • Natives had to, once again, move west.

  • Natives would become private owners of land

  • Land would be passed to children


This was the federal agency in charge of the reservations
This was the federal agency in charge of the reservations Native American culture

  • Bureau of Native Relations

  • Bureau of the Indian Council

  • Board of Indian Affairs

  • Bureau of Indian Affairs


The first significant gold rush that started expansion to the west was
The first significant gold rush that started expansion to the west was…

  • Comstock Lode

  • ’49ers Gold Rush

  • The Klondike

  • The Chisholm Trail


Before mining towns appeared prospectors created these near veins
Before mining towns appeared prospectors created these near veins.

  • Reservations

  • Saloons

  • Mining Camps

  • Banks


In order to suppress violence in the camps many prospectors turned to
In order to suppress violence in the camps many prospectors turned to

  • The US Army

  • The sheriff of near by towns

  • Vigilante groups

  • Murder….



These ran from cattle country to rrs
These ran from ‘cattle country’ to RRs. turned to

  • Rivers

  • Cattle

  • Roads

  • Cattle Trails


Which of these laws was not meant to turn public land into private property
Which of these laws was turned to not meant to turn public land into private property?

  • Dawes Act

  • Morrill Act

  • Homestead Act

  • Pacific Railway Act


Which of the following was not a provision of the homestead act
Which of the following was turned to not a provision of the Homestead Act?

  • Homesteaders had to agree to never leave the land

  • Homesteaders had to farm land for 5 years

  • Homesteaders had to make improvements to the land

  • Heads of families got 160 acres of land


This law created agricultural schools
This law created agricultural schools. turned to

  • Morrill Act

  • Homestead Act

  • Pacific Railway Act

  • Dawes Act


The 2 nd industrial revolution starts when replaces as a main source of power
The 2 turned to nd Industrial Revolution starts when _________ replaces ________ as a main source of power.

  • Steam, Animal

  • Electrical, Steam

  • Steel, Iron

  • Machine, Man


What s the bessemer process
What’s the Bessemer Process? turned to

  • It’s a cheap way to conduct electricity

  • It’s a fast way to create railroads

  • It’s an efficient way of converting iron to steel

  • It was a ‘get rich quick’ scheme for the Gilded Age


What is not true about the transcontinental railroad
What is turned to not true about the Transcontinental Railroad?

  • Was commissioned to build RRs to the West Coast

  • Made up of Union and Central Pacific RRs

  • Was commissioned to build RRs from the Midwest to the East Coast

  • Was built, mostly, with immigrant labor.


Capitalism is a system in which
Capitalism is a system in which… turned to

  • The government controls every aspect of the market

  • The government owns most, but not all, industry

  • The government owns very little industry

  • The government does not run industry but can set prices


Laissez faire capitalism is best described as a system where
Laissez-Faire capitalism is best described as a system where…

  • The government regulates all private business

  • The government takes a ‘hands off’ approach to business

  • The government creates ‘watch dog’ institutions to regulate in business when needed

  • No private ownership exists


When the gov t became nervous about the growing power of big business they created
When the where…gov’t became nervous about the growing power of big business they created…

  • The Blacklist

  • Sherman Antitrust Act

  • Knights of Labor

  • American Federation of Labor


Knights of labor one of the first ones of these fought for workers rights
Knights of labor, one of the first ones of these, fought for workers rights.

  • Communist Groups in America

  • Labor divisions of the Gov’t

  • 3rd parties

  • Labor Unions


What is something the kol did not lobby for
What is something the workers rights.KoL did not lobby for?

  • Exclusion of immigrant Labor

  • Shorter work days

  • Equal pay

  • Safer conditions


Which of the following best describes social darwinism
Which of the following best describes Social Darwinism? workers rights.

  • Strong businesses will survive b/c they are better able to adjust to changing markets

  • Small businesses are good for the economy; we should help them stay alive

  • Small business should be outlawed

  • Those who can afford it should go out of their way to shop local


You are a new immigrant; I knock on the door of the house I rent to you, give you a turkey for the holidays and a meeting time for a job. In return I expect your support on election day. I am…

  • President Grant

  • The boss of a labor union

  • The boss of a political machine

  • A jerk!


This strike stopped freight for more than a week, required local militias and even the US Army and killed over 100 people.

  • Pullman Strike

  • Great Railroad Strike

  • Haymarket Strike

  • Homestead Strike


Which of the following was not a requirement to immigrate to the us in 1880
Which of the following was local militias and even the US Army and killed over 100 people.not a requirement to immigrate to the US in 1880?

  • $30

  • ID

  • Good health

  • Recommendation from previous employer


What are benevolent societies
What are local militias and even the US Army and killed over 100 people.benevolent societies?

  • Organizations set up to help the poor

  • Churches set up in ethnic comminutes to serve immigrants

  • Organizations set up to help immigrants find jobs, housing, education

  • A gov’t run organization to help immigrants find jobs, housing, education


This is the idea that immigration poses a threat to a tradition american way of life
This is the idea that immigration poses a threat to a tradition American way of life.

  • Xenophobia

  • Social Darwinism

  • Nativism

  • Gentleman's Agreement


This passed in response to segregated schools limited the immigration of unskilled labor to the us
This, passed in response to segregated schools, limited the immigration of unskilled labor to the US

  • Chinese Exclusion Act

  • Social Darwinism

  • Nativism

  • Gentleman's Agreement


This organization fought the exploitation of small farmers thru unfair rr prices
This organization fought the exploitation of small farmers thru unfair RR prices.

  • Knights of Labor

  • National Grange

  • Populism

  • Farmer’s Alliance


Which of following is not a part of the populist platform
Which of following is thru unfair RR prices. not a part of the Populist platform

  • Coinage of money based on the gold and silver standard

  • Federal regulation of RRs and telegraphs

  • Laissez-Faire practices

  • Advocacy for ‘regular people’


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