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Instructions for Playing Jeopardy. Click on the question that you want to attempt, example $100 Read the question and click on the to advance To return to the main playing board for another question, click on the blue box in the left hand corner of the answer screen.

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instructions for playing jeopardy
Instructions for Playing Jeopardy
  • Click on the question that you want to attempt, example $100
  • Read the question and click on the

to advance

  • To return to the main playing board

for another question, click on the blue box

in the left hand corner of the answer screen.

  • To advance to Double Jeopardy click
  • Press page down to begin playing the game

Correct Answer

Return

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Growth

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Industry

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Big

Business

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Western

Growth

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Urban

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US

Expansion

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The

Progressives

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US

Expansion

Growth of

Industry

Big

Business

Western

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Urban

Growth

The

progressives

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Chinese and Irish immigrants are remembered for

  • their contributions to the steel industry.
  • their contributions to building the nation’s railroads.
  • their refusal to work for giants of big business.
  • working together to found the nation’s first trust.
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Answer

  • their contributions to building the nation’s railroads.

Return

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How did the Bessemer process contribute to the expansion of railroads?

  • building could be constructed taller than before allowing housing for railroad workers

goods could be transported quicker by train than using wagons

travel by boat is limited to areas with water

  • steel became more affordable which lead to faster expansion of railroads
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Answer

  • steel became more affordable which lead to faster expansion of railroads

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Where did the Union Pacific Railroad and the Central Pacific Railroad meet?

San Francisco, California

Billings, Montana

Promontory Point, Utah

Salt Lake City, Utah

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Answer

Promontory Point, Utah

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Daily

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Why were railroads a better way to transport goods than by ship?

you could carry heavier things

they were faster

you didn’t have to follow a water route

all are correct

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Answer

all are correct

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How did railroads contribute to westward expansion?

the railroad workers shot all the buffalo

the Chinese immigrants settled the west

allowed access to eastern markets and resources

they ran north and south across the US

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Answer

allowed access to eastern markets and resources

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John D. Rockefeller dominated the oil industry by

refusing to use railroads to ship his products.

focusing only on oil production and allowing other people’s companies to supply him with the materials he needed for production.

establishing a trust.

hiring large numbers of Chinese workers.

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Answer

establishing a trust.

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By establishing a trust, John D. Rockefeller

introduced railroads as a major contributor to big business.

took land away from Native Americans.

made efficient use of tenant farmers.

eliminated competition in the market place.

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Answer

eliminated competition in the market place.

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phonograph

    • motion-picture camera
    • electric light bulb
  • The above list can BEST be labeled as

Things invented by Thomas Edison

Things invented by Andrew Carnegie

Inventions Financed by John D. Rockefeller

Invention condemned by the Progressives

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Answer

Things invented by Thomas Edison

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business strategy in which one corporation owns not only the company that produces the finished product, but also the companies that provide the materials necessary for production

monopolies

trusts

vertical integration

robber barons

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Answer

vertical integration

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Who extended his New York Central railroad line to reach Chicago?

J P Morgan

Cornelius Vanderbilt

John D. Rockefeller

Andrew Carnegie

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Answer

Cornelius Vanderbilt

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Which of the following would be the BEST way to describe the U.S. government's approach to dealing with Native Americans on the frontier?

negotiations, in which the aim was to share land peacefully with the tribes that had lived there for generations

compensation, in which the U.S. government paid tribal leaders whatever amount of money the two sides agreed the land was worth

barter, in which Native Americans surrendered land in exchange for citizenship rights and the guarantee of being given land for families to own and farm

conquest, in which the United States used its military to take Native American lands and relocate tribes to areas designated by the U.S. government

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Answer

conquest, in which the United States used its military to take Native American lands and relocate tribes to areas designated by the U.S. government

Return

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The search for gold, religious faith, and the desire for land were all

major causes of the Civil War.

reasons why settlers moved west.

reasons for conflict with Spain.

causes of the nullification crisis.

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Answer

reasons why settlers moved west.

Return

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Which of the following BEST serves as an example of how Native Americans were often treated unjustly as white settlers migrated west?

the nullification crisis

Wounded Knee

the Dred Scott decision

Plessy v. Ferguson

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Answer

Wounded Knee

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Which of the following contributed MOST to the forced removal of Native Americans from the Great Plains from 1867 to 1890?

the desire to establish military posts

the desire for more land to grow cotton

the building of new canals

the westward shift of the frontier

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Answer

the westward shift of the frontier

Return

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What did John Deere invent?

the steel plow

the color green

the gas engine used in lawn mowers

barbed wire

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Answer

the steel plow

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Which of the following individuals would have been MOST LIKELY to visit Ellis Island in 1900?

a Native American

a wealthy industrialist

a Chinese laborer

a European immigrant

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Answer

a European immigrant

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Which of the following individuals would have been MOST LIKELY to visit Angel Island in 1900?

a Native American

a wealthy industrialist

a Chinese laborer

a European immigrant

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Answer

a Chinese laborer

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One of the products of immigration during the late nineteenth and early twentieth century was

Reconstruction

cultural pluralism

Jim Crow laws

wars with Native Americans

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Answer

cultural pluralism

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What legislation was passed to limit Chinese immigration in the late 1800s?

Taft Hartley Act

Chinese Immigration Act

Chinese Exclusion Act

Immigration limitation Act

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Answer

Chinese Exclusion Act

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Which of the following tended to be TRUE of the immigrants who came to the United States from other countries during the late Nineteenth and early Twentieth centuries?

They tended to be wealthy and had the money to book passage to the United States.

They were usually dispersed once they arrived in the United States in order to better assimilate into U.S. society and not be easily recognized as foreigners.

They tended to live together in ghettos, along with other immigrants with whom they shared the same language and cultural background.

They refused to join unions because they tended to favor business owners over immigrant workers.

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Answer

They tended to live together in ghettos, along with other immigrants with whom they shared the same language and cultural background.

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When Theodore Roosevelt said, “Speak softly and carry a big stick,” he was trying to gain support for

imposing harsh laws to reduce crime

building a powerful navy to aid United States diplomacy

supporting woman suffrage to expand civil rights

using the national forests to stimulate building projects

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Answer

building a powerful navy to aid United States diplomacy

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The United States gained control of the land it needed to build the Panama Canal by

negotiating an agreement with Colombia

implementing the Open Door policy

invading Colombia and taking the land

encouraging and supporting Panamanian independence

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Answer

encouraging and supporting Panamanian independence

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By the early 1900s, U.S. government interest in developing an economic relationship with the Chinese empire was part of an overall plan to

become an imperialist power

establish a regional peacekeeping effort

spread democracy throughout Asia

limit the levels of Asian immigration

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Answer

become an imperialist power

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Which of the following helps to explain the reason for American expansionism in the mid-1800s and early 1900s?

The United States sought new markets for agricultural and industrial products.

The United States wanted to establish colonies in Asia, Africa, and Australia.

United States foreign policy rejected the theory of “Social Darwinism.”

The United States military wanted to establish overseas bases and recruit from those locations.

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Answer

The United States sought new markets for agricultural and industrial products.

Return

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For what purpose did the United Sates want to build the Panama Canal?

It would make it easier for manufacturers in New York to reach Western markets.

It would allow eastern U.S. Cities to trade more easily with Europe.

It would allow U.S. ships to travel back and forth between the Atlantic and Pacific more easily.

It would make it easier for U.S. troops to reach Cuba to fight the Spanish.

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Answer

It would allow U.S. ships to travel back and forth between the Atlantic and Pacific more easily.

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Which early 20th century reformer opened Hull House as a settlement house to help the poor and immigrants?

Jacob Riis

Upton Sinclair

Susan B. Anthony

Jane Adams

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Answer

Jane Adams

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What did President Roosevelt label writers who exposed scandals and areas in need of reform during the early twentieth century?

journalists

isolationists

muckrakers

progressives

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Answer

muckrakers

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During the late 1800s and into the twentieth century, many southern states had Jim Crow laws. How did white progressives tend to view such laws?

They reacted with anger because the laws were prejudiced.

They supported such laws as necessary and beneficial for African Americans.

They opposed such laws because they viewed them as harmful to children.

They favored such laws because they held the wealthy more accountable.

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Answer

They supported such laws as necessary and beneficial for African Americans.

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The initiative, recall, and referendum were all examples of

civil rights reforms during the 1950s.

political reforms during the Progressive Era.

economic changes due to industrialization.

laws passed to deal with immigration.

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Answer

political reforms during the Progressive Era.

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Samuel Gompers is MOST remembered as

the leader of the Pullman Strike.

a supporter of federal injunctions.

the leader of the AFL.

the president who sent in federal troops to end the Pullman Strike.

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Answer

the leader of the AFL.

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Double

Jeopardy!!

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a market in which there is only one supplier of a

product and no market competition

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business strategy in which one corporation owns not only the company that produces the finished product, but also the companies that provide the materials necessary for production

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Cowboy hats and chaps are both examples of Mexican dress that were adopted by Western settlers.

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Circumstances on the frontier required a more flexible society and meant that women and African Americans often had the opportunity to take on roles traditionally not open to them

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name given to African American soldiers in the West by the Native Americans who often had to fight against them

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Plains Indians greatly depended on the buffalo for their livelihood and settlers and fur trappers killed great numbers of buffalo

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neighborhoods where immigrants from a certain region or country tended to live together due to their common culture, language, and heritage

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the belief that the United States needed to look beyond its own borders and acquire more territory

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the belief that it was not in the best interests of the United States to acquire and exercise control over foreign territories

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published a novel called The Jungle in 1906. The book horrified readers as it uncovered the truth about the U.S. meatpacking industry. Its impact helped lead to the creation of a federal meat-inspection program.

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a settlement house in Chicago,

settlement houses were houses established in poor neighborhoods, where social activists would live and from which they would offer assistance to immigrants and underprivileged citizens

Return

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the Eighteenth Amendment which prohibited the making, selling, or transporting of any alcoholic beverage in the United States.

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Final

Jeopardy

The Progressives

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Final

Jeopardy

What did Progressives

believe about African

Americans and society?

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They believed that African

Americans could only develop and

advance culturally in their

own, segregated society,

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