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Aside from economic opportunity, list two reasons that immigrants came to the US
Escape mistreatment at home. Join family already here Political Freedom
A federal law passed to prevent companies from developing a monopoly over an industry.
What is the Sherman Anti- Trust Act?
An organization designed to control elections of public official through bribery and extortion.
What is a political machine?
Groups that had memberships and fought for the rights of workers
What are Labor Unions?
Places created to provide education and recreation to the urban poor and immigrants.
What are Settlement Houses?
The policy of taking over foreign land and controlling it to profit from its resources.
What is Imperialism?
The intentional exaggeration of stories by newspapers in order to increase sales.
What is Yellow Journalism?
The water-way gained by President Teddy Roosevelt that allowed for quicker travel into the Pacific Ocean.
What is the Panama Canal?
The idea that the US government should not concern themselves with foreign issues and focus on domestic problems.
What is Isolation?
An agreement between the US and other leading European nations that allowed free trade with China. Daily Double
What is the Open Door Policy?
The constitutional amendment passed in 1920 that gave women the right to vote.
What is the 19 th Amendment?
The ability to vote.
What is Suffrage?
Fill in the Blank National Association for the ______ of Colored People
What is Advancement?
New Jersey native and leader of the National Womens Party
Who is Alice Paul?
His pictures of the urban poor brought national attention to the conditions of cities.
Who is Jacob Riis?
He was the President of the United States who led the country through World War I.
Who is Woodrow Wilson?
This was a new warfare strategy that developed in Europe during World War I.
What is Trench Warfare?
This law made flying a German flag in front of your house a crime.
What is The Espionage Act?
This law made men from 21-31 eligible for a draft.
What is The Selective Service Act?
This was a telegram from Germany to Mexico that was believed to be the final straw for the US
What is the Zimmerman Note?
This constitutional amendment, also called prohibition, banned the production, sale, and consumption of alcoholic beverages.
What is the 18 th Amendment?
These were people who broke the law to smuggle alcohol into the country during prohibition.
What are bootleggers?
This was an underground, secret bar that served alcohol during prohibition.
What is a Speakeasy?
This was a cultural movement in New York that produced influential pieces of art, literature and music.
What is the Harlem Renaissance?
This was a large scale movement of African Americans from the south to the north in search of jobs.
What is the Great Migration?
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American History Challenge Final Jeopardy Final Jeopardy Industrialization & Immigration The Progressive Era Miscellaneous WORLD WAR I Miscellaneous II.
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Standard 4.6. Start of the Progressive Movement Urbanization caused cities to become overpopulated leading to problems with: Housing, sanitation,
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The Progressive Movement
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With the voice of Alex Trebek World War 1 Progressive Movement SAW & Amer. Life The Great Depression Prohibition Jazz Age.
Chapter 22 & 23 Review ImperialismProgressive EraPeoplePolitical.
Vocab Corruption Reformers Presidents Amendments /Vocab.
THIS IS. With Hosts... Your 8th Grade Social Studies Teachers.
6 Weeks Test Review US History. Theodore Roosevelt He broke up bad trusts and monopolies because it would increase business competition. He believed that.
What is a labor union?. Groups of workers that bargain with employers for better working conditions American Federation of Labor (AFL)
UNIT 7: INDUSTRIALIZATION, REFORM AND IMPERIALISM NOTES 2.
Extract the Facts, Jack! SSUSH15
SOCIAL STUDIES Fifth Grade – Week Three. What two inventions were developed by Thomas Edison?
Progressive Era. Opening Come up with a problem during the Gilded Age. Now come up with a solution or law that would fix that problem.
Ch17-18 U.S. Imperialism & the Spanish-American War JEOPARDY
Final Exam Review 8 th Grade Social Studies PART 2: Industrialization, immigration and the Progressives.
II Review Who was the Democratic Presidential candidate that was elected in 1912 under his campaign slogan the “New Freedom”? 2.
Column 4 Review. Two important labor union leaders were ******* ********* and ******* ****
The Rights of Women Seneca Falls Convention of 1848(Began organized women’s rights movement) Many states opposed women’s suffrage. Only 4 western states.
Central and Latin America Europe South America 50 States Oceans and Continents.
Term Review VIII Developed by D. Martin and F. South World War I and the 1920’s.
Wilson as President YO! Progressive Politics People.
Interstate Commerce Commission 1887 A regulatory agency in the United States which served the purpose of regulating railroads.railroads.
Progressive Movement Standard VUS.8d-e. WHAT IS A PROGRESSIVE The progressive movement used government to institute reforms for problems created by industrialization.
Goals of Progressivism 1.End laissez-faire 2.End abuses of monopolistic power with antitrust legislation ex: Sherman Antitrust Act 3. Make government more.
Imperialism- Depression ImperialismProgressive Era.
Negative Effects of Industrialization
Vocab Corruption Reform People Amendments.
Unit 3: Industrialization of the U.S., Unit 4: The Progressive Movement,
Jeopardy Unit III Test Review. Jeopardy Imperialism T. Roosevelt Progressivism S A War Amendments
Women and Progressives
Unit 6 Test Review U.S. History.
Unit 2 Review Groups will be presented a prompt and will list as many correct answers as possible within 1 minute Groups earn 1 point per correct response.
Chapter 19: Political Reform and the Progressive Era Test Review.
American History Progressivism. Working conditions In 1900 over 1.7 million kids worked outside the home. Factory work was monotonous and often unhealthy.
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Political Reform and the Progressive Era Jeopardy Miscellaneous Important People New Legislation
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Transforming to an Industrial Nation During the 1800`s the US nearly fully expanded politically and geographically and would face turmoil during this time.
The Progressive Movement. What was the name of the 20 th century social and political reform movement, which occurred on every level of government in.
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