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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 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?
VA/US Review of Unit 4: SOL 8-10 Industrialization, Globalization, and World War I.
America at the Turn of the Century. World War I (US view) President Wilson- declares US neutrality, but the Lusitania is sunk in 1915 by Germany Unrestricted.
Rapid Fire AHSGE REVIEW. Who/What Am I? This former slave was an abolitionist and writer. Wrote an autobiography of his life and also The North Star This.
US History Semester Final Exam. Social Contract Enlightenment: Age of reason and progress * Philosophes influenced modern thinking Thomas Hobbes: No divine.
Rapid Fire AHSGE REVIEW. This case involved two anarchist immigrants that were convicted of murder and tried with little evidence. Protests and appeals.
Final Exam Review Fall Segregation The legal separation of different groups of people.
Business Corruption Government Corruption Progressive Goals Progressive Action Vocabulary Misc. Final Question.
US HISTORY REVIEW Day 2. During the late 19 th and early 20 th centuries, urban immigrants generally supported local political machines that provided.
Industrialism, Urbanization, Immigration, Progressivism Standard 5 (c)
US History Mr. W.. The big businesses of the 1870s- 1910s concentrated on developing the nations natural resources.
VUS8 TEST #5 Lecture Notes Progressivism. Working Conditions Working conditions in the American industries were many times awful and very dangerous Many.
The struggle for the right of women to vote was only one of a series of reform efforts that transformed American society in the early 1900s. Progressivism.
Splash Screen. Chapter Menu Chapter Introduction Section 1:Section 1:The Roots of Progressivism Section 2:Section 2:Roosevelt and Taft Section 3:Section.
Mrs. Cavell. Native American Discrimination Examples: 1. Forced to move to reservations 2. Us government did not hold up their end of most treaties (did.
Chapter 1 (BEGINNINGS-1700). C1S1 The Earliest Americans Main Ideas 1.Climate changes allowed people to migrate to the Americas. 2.Early Societies existed.
CH Gilded Era Issues & Progressive Era Reforms.
CHAPTER 9 THE PROGRESSIVE ERA AMERICA SEEKS REFORMS IN THE EARLY 20 TH CENTURY.
Industrialism Progressive Era Reforms American Imperialism Spanish American War World War I.
Questions from 2007 Released VA SOL Created by Christy Anders, SBTS.
Chapter 9. Chapter 9 Goals and Objectives: Upon completion, students should be able to: 1. Identify and explain the main goals of progressivism. 2.
U.S. Becomes a world power. 20 th century philsophy Isolationist- stay at home and don’t worry about the rest of the world. Imperialism- the economic.
What were the social, economic, and political conditions that provoked the progressive movement? What were the goals of the progressive movement?
Hubbards 100 Key Events In History Climb the mountain of success.
This strike caused the government to break up the American Railroad Union because it interfered with the nation’s mail system and led to violence and destruction.
AHSGE Standard VI Causes & Effects of World War I.
Presentation Plus! The American Vision Copyright © by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. Developed by FSCreations, Inc., Cincinnati, Ohio Send all.
The Progressive Movement The Progressive Era refers to the period in American history from During this period a series of reform efforts.
U.S History Final Review. Terms to Know Manifest Destiny: Americans have the right & duty to spread their culture westward across the continent Manifest.
Chapter 18 The Progressive Movement Section 1 The Roots of Progressivism.
U.S. History Chapter 17 Notes The Progressive Era Amid great political and social change, women gain a larger public role and lead the call for reform.
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