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Battle between Sitting Bull and Custer? . Little Bighorn. Describe assimilation. In this plan, Native Americans would give up their beliefs and culture and become part of the white culture. . The act broke up reservations and gave some of the land to each Native American family for farming. .

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In this plan, Native Americans would give up their beliefs and culture and become part of the white culture.
the act broke up reservations and gave some of the land to each native american family for farming
The act broke up reservations and gave some of the land to each Native American family for farming.
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Under this law, the government offered 160 acres of free land to anyone who would farm it for five years.
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Court declared that government could regulate private industries in order to protect the public interest.
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This theory said that “natural selection” enabled the best suited people to survive and succeed. It supported the ideas of competition, hard work, and responsibility.

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exclusive control of a commodity or service in a particular market, or a control that makes possible the manipulation of prices.
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He used the Standard Oil trust to almost completely control the oil industry. His ruthless business practices earned him huge profits, but caused people to label him a robber baron.

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a ruthlessly powerful U.S. capitalist or industrialist of the late 19th century considered to have become wealthy by exploiting natural resources, corrupting legislators, or other unethical means.

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A bomb exploded at a demonstration in Chicago in support of striking workers. Several people were killed. Labor leaders were charged with inciting a riot and four were hanged although no one knows who actually set off the bomb.

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This person was a social reformer, this person helped establish Hull House, a settlement house that helped the poor of Chicago.
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He was one of the most powerful political bosses He became the head of Tammany Hall, New York City, New York City’s most powerful Democratic political machine. His Ring was a group of corrupt politicians.

the giving of government jobs to people of the same party who had helped a candidate get elected
the giving of government jobs to people of the same party who had helped a candidate get elected.
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An organized group, headed by a city or political boss, that controlled the activities of a political party in a city. It offers services to voters and businesses in exchange for political or financial support.

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Less than four months after being elected, this president (# 20) was assassinated by a Stalwart. He died eleven weeks later on September 19, 1881. He was the second of four Presidents to be assassinated.

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Created a civil service commission to give government jobs based on merit, not politics. Had mixed results.

  • More qualified workers did fill government positions.
  • But because politicians had no jobs to offer, they had trouble seeking money from supporters.
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early reform program, leaders of this movement preached that people reached salvation by faith and emphasized that through faith people should help the poor.

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stated that any person could vote if their father or grandfather was qualified to vote before January 1, 1867.
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This person was the first African American to get a doctorate from Harvard, He founded the Niagara Movement which insisted that blacks should seek a liberal arts education?

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This person founded the Tuskegee Normal and Industrial Institute, he believed that racism would end when blacks acquired useful labor skills and were valuable to society?

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  a female African American leader in the fight against discrimination. She crusaded against racial violence through the publication of her news articles.

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Provided aid to newly emancipated slaves so that they could build schools, feed their families, and find jobs.
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built the first airplane. Their first successful flight occurred in 1903 at Kitty Hawk, North Carolina. It covered 120 feet and lasted 12 seconds.