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Chapter 10 and 11 test review

What was the name of the passenger ship that was attacked by a German submarine in 1915 killing 128 Americans?


Chapter 10 and 11 test review

What was the name of the passenger ship that was attacked by a German submarine in 1915 killing 128 Americans?

The Lusitania


Chapter 10 and 11 test review

What a German submarine in 1915 killing 128 Americanswas the name given to the great stock market crash in 1929?


Chapter 10 and 11 test review

What a German submarine in 1915 killing 128 Americanswas the name given to the great stock market crash in 1929?

Black Tuesday



Chapter 10 and 11 test review

What is a period of little or no rain called? (This happened in Georgia in 1924)

Drought


Chapter 10 and 11 test review

What is the name of the small beetle that destroyed Georgia’s cotton crop in the 1920s?


Chapter 10 and 11 test review

What is the name of the small beetle that destroyed Georgia’s cotton crop in the 1920s? Boll Weevil


Chapter 10 and 11 test review

Who was a three-term Governor of Georgia who was a white supremacist that did not want New Deal programs or college admissions to include African Americans?


Chapter 10 and 11 test review

Who was a three-term Governor of Georgia who was a white supremacist that did not want New Deal programs or college admissions to include African Americans?

Eugene Talmadge




Chapter 10 and 11 test review

Which New Deal program brought electricity to farms and rural homes and made life much easier for farm families?


Chapter 10 and 11 test review

Which New Deal program brought electricity to farms and rural homes and made life much easier for farm families?

Rural Electrification Act (REA)


Chapter 10 and 11 test review

What New Deal program provided jobs for young single men building forest trails and roads, planting trees to reforest the land and control flooding, and rebuilding parks?


Chapter 10 and 11 test review

What New Deal program provided jobs for young single men building forest trails and roads, planting trees to reforest the land and control flooding, and rebuilding parks?

Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC)



Chapter 10 and 11 test review

What New Deal program created a system for retirement and unemployment insurance?

Social Security Act (SSA)


Chapter 10 and 11 test review

What New Deal program paid farmers not to plant crops on part of their land in hopes of raising prices by cutting production?


Chapter 10 and 11 test review

What New Deal program paid farmers not to plant crops on part of their land in hopes of raising prices by cutting production? Agricultural Adjustment Act (AAA)



Chapter 10 and 11 test review

What New Deal program did Georgia’s textile industry resist?

Minimum Wage Act

{as part of the NIRA}


Chapter 10 and 11 test review

Which New Deal program was responsible for such projects in Georgia like Roosevelt State Park in Pine Mountain, Tybee Island’s seawall, Augusta’s Savannah River levee, and Macon’s airport?


Chapter 10 and 11 test review

Which New Deal program was responsible for such projects in Georgia like Roosevelt State Park in Pine Mountain, Tybee Island’s seawall, Augusta’s Savannah River levee, and Macon’s airport?

Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC)


Chapter 10 and 11 test review

What New Deal program resulted from President Roosevelt’s view of rural Georgia while sitting on his porch in Warm Springs in the evenings?


Chapter 10 and 11 test review

What New Deal program resulted from President Roosevelt’s view of rural Georgia while sitting on his porch in Warm Springs in the evenings?

Rural Electrification Act (REA)


Chapter 10 and 11 test review

What woman was a member of Roosevelt’s “Black Cabinet view of rural Georgia while sitting on his porch in Warm Springs in the evenings?”?


Chapter 10 and 11 test review

What woman was a member of Roosevelt’s “Black Cabinet view of rural Georgia while sitting on his porch in Warm Springs in the evenings?”?

Mary McLeod Bethune



Chapter 10 and 11 test review

What improvements in farming came about because of the Rural Electrification Authority?

Milking Machines, Electric Water Pumps

and lights


Chapter 10 and 11 test review

Why did rural African American farmers in Georgia not reap the benefits of many New Deal programs?


Chapter 10 and 11 test review

Why did rural African American farmers in Georgia not reap the benefits of many New Deal programs?

Grants of money from the Gov’t went to landowners rather than tenant farmers and poor sharecroppers.


Chapter 10 and 11 test review

Which Georgia Governor allowed the federal government to take over the administration of New Deal programs in our state?


Chapter 10 and 11 test review

Which Georgia Governor allowed the federal government to take over the administration of New Deal programs in our state?

Eurith “Ed” Rivers


Chapter 10 and 11 test review

What GA Governor’s actions resulted in the university system being placed on probation with the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools?


Chapter 10 and 11 test review

What GA Governor’s actions resulted in the university system being placed on probation with the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools?

Eugene Talmadge



Chapter 10 and 11 test review

Why did President Franklin D. Roosevelt spend so much time in Georgia?

The warm springs helped his polio symptoms.


Chapter 10 and 11 test review

TRUE OR FALSE: The Government gave loans to banks to help restore people’s faith in American banks.


Chapter 10 and 11 test review

TRUE OR FALSE: The Government gave loans to banks to help restore people’s faith in American banks.

True


Chapter 10 and 11 test review

What was the main focus of the New Deal programs? restore people’s faith in American


Chapter 10 and 11 test review

What was the main focus of the New Deal programs restore people’s faith in American ?

A plan to end the Great Depression.

Reform, Relief and Recovery


Chapter 10 and 11 test review

What were restore people’s faith in American 2 ways that President Hoover tried to help the needy and end the depression?


Chapter 10 and 11 test review

What were restore people’s faith in American 2 ways that President Hoover tried to help the needy and end the depression?

  • Buy farmers crops to help raise the price

  • Hire unemployed people to work for Govt.


Chapter 10 and 11 test review

TRUE OR FALSE: Soup kitchens, bartering practices, and migration in search of work were common during the Great Depression.


Chapter 10 and 11 test review

TRUE OR FALSE: Soup kitchens, bartering practices, and migration in search of work were common during the Great Depression.

True



Chapter 10 and 11 test review

Who was president of the United States when the country fell in the Great Depression?

Herbert Hoover



Chapter 10 and 11 test review

What does the term “laissez-faire” mean in the Great Depression?

Attitude that the economy would fix itself if left alone.



Chapter 10 and 11 test review

During the 1920s, how did female behavior and appearance change?

More women worked, new fashions, short hair, makeup, dancing, drinking.



Chapter 10 and 11 test review

What were some modern home conveniences that appeared in the 1920s?

Refrigerators, Gas stoves, toasters, sliced bread, prepackaged foods, baby food.


Chapter 10 and 11 test review

Who was the famous gangster who headed Chicago’s mob and was imprisoned in Atlanta’s Federal Penitentiary?


Chapter 10 and 11 test review

Who was the famous gangster who headed Chicago’s mob and was imprisoned in Atlanta’s Federal Penitentiary?

Gangster - Al Capone



Chapter 10 and 11 test review

What was one reason that many black farmers moved to the North during the Great Migration?

Better pay, education, citizenship rights


Chapter 10 and 11 test review

What were the two main events that affected GA’s agriculture in a negative way during the 1920s?


Chapter 10 and 11 test review

What were the two main events that affected GA’s agriculture in a negative way during the 1920s?

The severe drought and Boll Weevil


Chapter 10 and 11 test review

What was Georgia’s first commercial radio station? agriculture in a negative way during the 1920s


Chapter 10 and 11 test review

What was Georgia’s first commercial radio station agriculture in a negative way during the 1920s?

WSB


Chapter 10 and 11 test review

TRUE OR FALSE: Methods for freezing foods, the appearance of convenience foods, and commercial radio stations were all associated with the 1920s.


Chapter 10 and 11 test review

TRUE OR FALSE: Methods for freezing foods, the appearance of convenience foods, and commercial radio stations were all associated with the 1920s.

True


Chapter 10 and 11 test review

Why were the 1920s known as the “roaring twenties”? of convenience foods, and commercial radio stations were all associated with the 1920s


Chapter 10 and 11 test review

Why were the 1920s known as the “roaring twenties of convenience foods, and commercial radio stations were all associated with the 1920s”?

Life was good, new inventions and conveniences were plentiful.




Chapter 10 and 11 test review

What did the 19 Congress?th amendment do?


Chapter 10 and 11 test review

What did the 19 Congress?th amendment do?

Gave women the right to vote.



Chapter 10 and 11 test review

What were the three soldier training facilities in Georgia during WWI?

Camp Benning, Fort McPherson and Camp Gordon.



Chapter 10 and 11 test review

What two events led the United States into WWI during ?

Zimmerman Telegram and the sinking of the Lusitania


Chapter 10 and 11 test review

Which of those events in your answer to during previous question was the final straw that led President Woodrow Wilson to ask Congress to declare war against the Central Powers?


Chapter 10 and 11 test review

Which of those events in your answer to during previous question was the final straw that led President Woodrow Wilson to ask Congress to declare war against the Central Powers?

The Zimmerman Telegram



Chapter 10 and 11 test review

Which countries were a part of the Allied Powers in WWI during ?

France, Great Britain and the

United States


Chapter 10 and 11 test review

This led to during WWll because Germany felt punished for WWl sending their economy into a Great Depression?


Chapter 10 and 11 test review

This led to during WWll because Germany felt punished for WWl sending their economy into a Great Depression?

Treaty of Versailles



Chapter 10 and 11 test review

After being neutral for some time, why did the United States finally enter WWll?

Attack on Pearl Harbor


Chapter 10 and 11 test review

For years the United State remained neutral to finally enter WWll war efforts but this policy allowed us to rent weapons to Great Britain and the Soviet Union.


Chapter 10 and 11 test review

For years the United State remained neutral to finally enter WWll war efforts but this policy allowed us to rent weapons to Great Britain and the Soviet Union.

Lend-Lease Act




Chapter 10 and 11 test review

Name 3 ways navy”?WWll impacted the economy of Georgia.


Chapter 10 and 11 test review

Name 3 ways navy”?WWll impacted the economy of Georgia.

  • Military forts trained soldiers

  • Bell Aircraft (Marietta) built B-29 bombers

  • Georgia Farms increased due to wartime demands for crops



Chapter 10 and 11 test review

What was the name given to the mass murder of over 6 million Jews during the 1930s and 1940s?

Holocaust



Chapter 10 and 11 test review

What was the name given to ships built in Savannah and Brunswick Georgia during WWll?

Liberty Ships