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Unit 2 Review America: Industrial Giant in the Gilded Age. majority of strikes in 1870’s and 1880’s began when companies began to ___ worker’s wages despite of their own growing profits. Answer. Clue. cut. scissors.

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Unit 2 review america industrial giant in the gilded age

Unit 2 ReviewAmerica: Industrial Giant in the Gilded Age


majority of strikes in 1870’s and 1880’s began when companies began to ___ worker’s wages despite of their own growing profits

Answer

Clue

cut

scissors


Starting with 1890 until Congress passed legislation to control immigration in the 1920’s, the largest number of immigrants came from

Answer

Clue

Southern & Eastern Europe

Italians & Poles


In what strike did a court injunction allowed the government to arrest union leaders and crush the strike

Answer

Clue

Pullman

Debs to Jail


In what strike did a lockout result in an all out battle between Pinkerton detectives and strikers?

Answer

Clue

Homestead

Frick did it


the US government supported ___ efforts to destroy unions before they could effectively establish themselves

Answer

Clue

businesses

corporate


was used as “scientific evidence” by wealthy American industrialists to prove that they deserve the wealth they had accumulated

Answer

Clue

Social Darwinism

Galapagos


only labor union in the United States in the 1870’s and 80’s that allowed women and minorities to belong

Answer

Clue

Knights of Labor

Barons of Workers


majority of the _____ in the United States during the 1880’s, earned a salary that required most of the family to work in order to put food on the table.

Answer

Clue

workers

Blue collar


In late 19 1880’s, earned a salary that required most of the family to work in order to put food on the table.th century American labor movement was involved in a number of violent _____

Answer

Clue

strikes

demonstrate


the slogan “_____” meant workers wanted salary and working conditions that allowed them to put food on the table and build a better life for their family.

Answer

Clue

Bread & Roses

Flour & Flower


involved riot between striking workers and police working conditions that allowed them to put food on the table and build

Answer

Clue

Haymarket

Cattle feed store


Irish miners in Pennsylvania who restored to sabotage and murder

Answer

Clue

Molly Maguires

Irish Girl


Labor organizer for the UMW and the IWW who said “Pray for the dead, and fight like hell for the living!”

Answer

Clue

Mary Harris Jones

Mother


wealthiest person in American History and founder of Standard Oil, started 1st monopoly

Answer

Clue

Rockefeller

Stoneguy


founder of U.S. Steel Company, owner of Homestead, and patron saint of public libraries

Answer

Clue

Carnegie

Scot


inventor of the light bulb, phonograph, and motion picture camera

Answer

Clue

Edison

Edward Child


business owns all homes and businesses in their community camera

Answer

Clue

Company town

Business city


____________________ ____________________ ____________________ ____________________ when a workers name is shared with other businesses who are told not to hire them

Answer

Clue

blacklisted

Not Whitenoted


person who takes a job of workers that are on strike ____________________ ____________________ when a workers name is shared with other businesses who are told not to hire them

Answer

Clue

scab

wound


father of Wall Street who started investment banking ____________________ ____________________ when a workers name is shared with other businesses who are told not to hire them

Answer

Clue

J.P. Morgan

John Pierpont


last half of the 19 ____________________ ____________________ when a workers name is shared with other businesses who are told not to hire themth century called ____ because extreme wealth of big business owners was used by them to maintain control over politics

Answer

Clue

Gilded Age

Gold Era


Who coined this the “Gilded Age”? ____________________ ____________________ when a workers name is shared with other businesses who are told not to hire them

Answer

Clue

Mark Twain

Huck’s author


In this economy government keeps their hands out of business ____________________ ____________________ when a workers name is shared with other businesses who are told not to hire them

Answer

Clue

Laissez-faire

French


strike began when management cut wages 10% but didn’t lower the rent.

Answer

Clue

Pullman

Not Pushwoman


major goal of all labor unions in the late 19 lower the rent.th century was

Answer

Clue

8 hour day

Today’s workday


major medical problem UMW want mine owners to provide health care for

Answer

Clue

Black Lung

Not White Stomach


founder of the AFL care for

Answer

Clue

Samuel Gompers

Rhymes with Rompers


photojournalist wrote the book “How the Other Half Lives”?

Answer

Clue

Jacob Riis

__ ii__


Lewis Hines photographed Lives”?

Answer

Clue

Child Labor

Not playgrounds


In 1882, Congress passed _____ Exclusion Act stopping _____ immigration to U.S.tates.

Answer

Clue

Chinese

Asian


Nativists immigration to were anti…

Answer

Clue

Immigrants & Catholics

Not WASPs


In 1883 John A. Roebling built 1st suspension bridge over East River in New York City

Answer

Clue

Brooklyn

Not the Bronx


Louis Sullivan build the first East River in New York City

Answer

Clue

skyscraper

Tall building


In 1892, immigrants coming into the country to New York City were processed through…

Answer

Clue

Ellis Island

Not Angel


Workhouses employed women children worked 12 hour days 6 days a week

Answer

Clue

Sweatshops

Need deoderent


urban poor lived in crowded, dark, unsanitary apartment buildings that allowed very little light into the rooms, where one floor would share a toilet.

Answer

Clue

Dumbbell tenemants

Not smart apartments


19 buildings that allowed very little light into the rooms, where one floor would share a toilet. th Century cities lacked _______________ and clean _________, were _________ hazards and had too much __________

water

sanitation

crime

fire


in 1871, this railroad city was almost destroyed by fire buildings that allowed very little light into the rooms, where one floor would share a toilet.

Answer

Clue

Chicago

Windy City


Which city became the steel capital of America? buildings that allowed very little light into the rooms, where one floor would share a toilet.

Answer

Clue

Pittsburg

Western Penn


Also there will be multiple choice buildings that allowed very little light into the rooms, where one floor would share a toilet. and short answer questions on photographs and primary source excepts on:

Child Labor

Urban poverty

Strikes--Great RR,Homestead, Pullman, Haymarket

Labor Unions: Knights of Labor, UMW,

UWU, ARU, IWW, AFL

Rockefeller and Carnegie.


Answer buildings that allowed very little light into the rooms, where one floor would share a toilet.

Clue

Answer

Clue


Answer buildings that allowed very little light into the rooms, where one floor would share a toilet.

Clue

Answer

Clue


Answer buildings that allowed very little light into the rooms, where one floor would share a toilet.

Clue

Answer

Clue


Answer buildings that allowed very little light into the rooms, where one floor would share a toilet.

Clue

Answer

Clue


Answer buildings that allowed very little light into the rooms, where one floor would share a toilet.

Clue

Answer

Clue


Answer buildings that allowed very little light into the rooms, where one floor would share a toilet.

Clue

Answer

Clue


Answer buildings that allowed very little light into the rooms, where one floor would share a toilet.

Clue

Answer

Clue


Answer buildings that allowed very little light into the rooms, where one floor would share a toilet.

Clue

Answer

Clue


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