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  1. 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

  2. Growth Of Industry

  3. Big Business

  4. Western Growth

  5. Urban Growth

  6. US Expansion

  7. The Progressives

  8. US Expansion Growth of Industry Big Business Western Growth Urban Growth The progressives $100 $100 $100 $100 $100 $100 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $300 $300 $300 $300 $300 $300 $400 $400 $400 $400 $400 $400 $500 $500 $500 $500 $500 $500

  9. 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.

  10. Answer • their contributions to building the nation’s railroads. Return

  11. 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

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

  13. Where did the Union Pacific Railroad and the Central Pacific Railroad meet? San Francisco, California Billings, Montana Promontory Point, Utah Salt Lake City, Utah

  14. Answer Promontory Point, Utah Return

  15. Daily Double!!

  16. 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

  17. Answer all are correct Return

  18. 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

  19. Answer allowed access to eastern markets and resources Return

  20. 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.

  21. Answer establishing a trust. Return

  22. 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.

  23. Answer eliminated competition in the market place. Return

  24. 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

  25. Answer Things invented by Thomas Edison Return

  26. 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

  27. Answer vertical integration Return

  28. Who extended his New York Central railroad line to reach Chicago? J P Morgan Cornelius Vanderbilt John D. Rockefeller Andrew Carnegie

  29. Answer Cornelius Vanderbilt Return

  30. 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

  31. 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

  32. 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.

  33. Answer reasons why settlers moved west. Return

  34. 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

  35. Answer Wounded Knee Return

  36. 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

  37. Answer the westward shift of the frontier Return

  38. What did John Deere invent? the steel plow the color green the gas engine used in lawn mowers barbed wire

  39. Answer the steel plow Return

  40. 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

  41. Answer a European immigrant Return

  42. 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

  43. Answer a Chinese laborer Return

  44. 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

  45. Answer cultural pluralism Return

  46. What legislation was passed to limit Chinese immigration in the late 1800s? Taft Hartley Act Chinese Immigration Act Chinese Exclusion Act Immigration limitation Act

  47. Answer Chinese Exclusion Act Return

  48. 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.

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