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Jeopardy Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy
$100 Question from Technology What new technology drew so many people to cities?
$100 Answer from Technology Factories/ Assembly Line
$200 Question from Technology How did Elevators Impact city growth?
$200 Answer from Technology Allowed for the building of large sky scrapers by allowing workers to go up many floors very easily
$300 Question from Technology Steel buildings replaced?
$300 Answer from Technology Brick, Stone, and Concrete Buildings
$400 Question from Technology What was the specific type of new transportation that Chicago had? (What was different there than other cities?)
$400 Answer from Technology Elevated Rail Lines, or El Lines
$500 Question from Technology Why can sky scrapers have lots of windows?
$500 Answer from Technology The outer walls of the skyscraper do not need to support the weight of the building, so skyscrapers use windows to let in light.
$100 Question from Political Machines An Organization that influences enough votes to control a local government is?
$100 Answer from Political Machines Political Machine
$200 Question from Political Machines How did Political Machines achieve their goals and get votes legally?
$200 Answer from Political Machines By giving favors like Jobs or Food to their supporters
$300 Question from Political Machines What was the most famous political machine?
$300 Answer from Political Machines Tammany Hall
$400 Question from Political Machines Despite their shrewd activities to gain control, what types of good things did political machines do?
$400 Answer from Political Machines Built Parks, sewers, schools, roads, and orphanages in many cities.
$500 Question from Political Machines Who was the leader of the Tammany Hall Political Machine?
$500 Answer from Political Machines William Marcy Tweed Boss Tweed
$100 Question from Immigrants There were two major waves of immigration from Europe. Where were they from?
$100 Answer from Immigrants 1. North and Western Europe 2. South and Eastern Europe
$200 Question from Immigrants What were the 3 immigration centers we studied during this chapter?
$200 Answer from Immigrants Ellis Island, Angel Island, and San Antonio, Texas
$300 Question from Immigrants What is an Ethnic Neighborhood? What are two examples?
$300 Answer from Immigrants A neighborhood where people of the same ethnicity live together. EX: Chinatown and Little Italy, etc.
$400 Question from Immigrants As more and more immigrants came to the United States, America became a ______ and immigrants were forced to _________ to American Culture.
$400 Answer from Immigrants Melting Pot, and Assimilation
$500 Question from Immigrants Many immigrants faced discrimination but what one group was discriminated the most. What did the American Government pass discriminating these people?
$500 Answer from Immigrants Chinese Exclusion Act
$100 Question from Urban Life Urbanization is what?
$100 Answer from Urban Life Growth of Cities
$200 Question from Urban Life What is a Tenement?
$200 Answer from Urban Life An apartment that is run down and overcrowded.
$300 Question from Urban Life What is a Slum?
$300 Answer from Urban Life A neighborhood that is overcrowded and has dangerous housing.
$400 Question from Urban Life The Social Gospel aimed at improving life for the Urban Poor. Some reformers were inspired to create what?
$400 Answer from Urban Life Settlement Houses
$500 Question from Urban Life The most important social gospel reformer was ________ and what did this person start in Chicago?
$500 Answer from Urban Life Jane Addams and the Hull House.
$100 Question from Random What is the American Symbol of Freedom and Liberty?
$100 Answer from Random Statue of Liberty
$200 Question from Random If you had this infection you were almost always sent back to Europe.
$200 Answer from Random Pink Eye.
$300 Question from Random What was the first city with a Street Car system?
$300 Answer from Random Richmond, Virginia
$400 Question from Random What are five Push and Pull Factors for Immigrants?
$400 Answer from Random Answers Will Vary
$500 Question from Random How many Irish Immigrated to the United States or Europe because of the Potato Famine?
$500 Answer from Random 1 Million
Final Jeopardy The state with the highest amount of people who walk to work is?
Final Jeopardy Answer Alaska!!
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