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Vocabulary PopulismLabor Industrial Movement 1 Industrial Movement 2 $100100$ $100 $200200$200200$200200$200 $300300$300300$300300$300 $400400$400400$400400$400 $500500$ $500 references
Vocab $100 THIS WAS A TERM USED TO IDENTIFY SUCH MEN AS CARNEGIE, ROCKERFELLER, AND MORGAN.
Vocab $200 WHAT IS SOCIAL DARWANISM?
Vocab $300 THIS PROCESS WAS USED, NOT JUST BY CARNEGIE, TO BUY OUT ALL OF THE SUPPLIERS.
Vocab $400 This is the process of buying out all your competitors and is sometimes called a monopoly.
Vocab $500 THIS WAS THE GOVERNMENTS ATTEMPT AT ENDING MONOPOLIES AND ILLEGAL TRUST FUNDS.
Populism $100 HE WAS THE POPULIST/DEMOCRATIC PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE IN 1986.
Populism $200 POPULISTS REJECTED THE GOLD STANDANRD AND INSTEAD SUPPORTED?
Populism $300 MOST POPULISTS WERE OF THIS PROFESSION
Populism $400 WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN WAS FAMOUS FOR GIVING THIS SPEECH
Labor $100 This was the first labor union that was formed in the U.S.
Labor $200 NAME THREE THINGS THAT UNIONS WOULD FIGHT FOR
Labor $300 WHAT IS A UNION?
Labor $ WOMEN AND CHILDREN WERE KILLED DURING THIS FIRE IN 1911 BECAUSE THE EXITS WERE LOCKED
Labor $500 One of the first strikes in the U.S. turned deadly when the owner of this city cut salaries.
Industrial Movement 1 $100 HE CREATED A TOWN FOR HIS WORKERS TO STAY IN. IT WAS CONSIDERED VERY UN- AMERICAN
Industrial Movement 1 $200 THIS ACT STOPPED THE RAILROADS FROM CHARGING FARMERS THEIR OWN PRICES.
Industrial Movement 1 $300 THIS IS WHAT HAPPENS WHEN SOMEONE BUYS OUT ALL THEIR COMPETITORS. COMCAST LOVES IT.
Industrial Movement $400 PULLMAN WAS FAMOUS FOR THIS GREAT INVENTION
Industrial Movement $500 NAME TWO BIG COMPLAINTS OF WORKERS FROM THE INDUSTRIALIST TIME PERIOD.
Industrial Movement 2 $100 THIS THEORY JUSTIFIED WHY BIG BUSINESSES WERE POWERFUL AND WHY THE POOR STAYED POOR. THINK MONKEYS.
Industrial Movement 2 $200 NAME TWO PROBLEMS WITH CHILDREN WORKING?
Industrial Movement 2 $300 HE WAS THE POPULIST/DEMOCRATIC PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE IN 1986.
Industrial Movement 2 $400 POPULISTS REJECTED THE GOLD STANDANRD AND INSTEAD SUPPORTED?
Industrial Movement 2 $500 NAME TWO REASONS THAT EXPLAIN WHY THE U.S. HAD AN INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION?
What is Robber Baron
What is The theory of Survival of the Fittest.
What is Vertical Integration
What is Horizontal Consolidation
What is Sherman-Anti Trust Act
Who is William Jennings Bryan
What is Bimetallism Silver & Gold
Who are Farmers
What is Cross of Gold
Frank Baum was famous for writing a book detailing the life of farmers in the late 1800s. What was this book called? Daily Double
What are -Resources -Spain was weak -Wanted to be an empire (Manifest Destiny) -Cuba was close by
What is Knights of Labor
What is Better hours Better Pay More vacations Safer working conditions
What is An organization of workers who unite to support each other on the job.
What is Triangle shirtwaist factory fire
What is Pullman Strike 1893
Who is George Pullman
What is Interstate Commerce Commission
What is Monopoly
What is Sleeping Car
What is Answer could be: Low Wages Hours Working Conditions
What is Social Darwinism
What is Answers could be: work hours wages no schooling abuse dangerous working conditions diseases
Who is William J. Bryan
What is silver
What is Answers could be: Cheap labor Independence from England for money purposes Not enough farmers Large population needed mass production
How many gods are there in Confucianism?
Big Business Study Guide Review Write 3 – 5 first person clues for the vocabulary word, person, or event from 1900s America. Try to include the 5 Ws. Start.
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$100100$ $100 $200 $200 $300300$300 $400400$400 $500500$500 Final Jeopardy.
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A New Industrial Age Chapter 6 US History. Section 1 Objectives: By the end of this lesson, I will be able to: 1. Explain how the abundance of natural.
Chapter 4 Lesson 4 The Labor Movement. In the late 1800’s and early 1900’s 1.People had to work 7 days a week in factories or workshops 2.Factories were.
Unit5 Day 1. Mining Brought the 1 st settlers to the west. Comstock Load- one of the largest silver ore mines found in Six mile canyon, NV. Silver.
The Growing Labor Movement. Long Hours 12 hours a day, 6 days a week Sweatshops Small, hot, dark, dirty workhouses Dangerous work Poorly lit, overheated,
A presentation by Gerrit Koepping. Employees and employers negotiate salaries and benefits individually This sometimes meant that employers could play.
1 A New Industrial Age The Expansion of Industry At the end of the 19 th century, natural resources, creative ideas, and growing markets fueled an industrial.
Industrialization The Rise of Industry and the Transcontinental Railroad.
Numerous problems arose because of the consolidation of power. Monopolies created a class of extremely powerful men whose interests clashed with those.
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By: Ms. Eraqi ImperialismCuba and Spain SAW 1SAW 2Panama Canal $100100$ $100$100 $200200$200200$200200$200 $300300$300300$300300$300 $400400$400.
Robber Barons vs. Captains of Industry THE INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION.
Pacific Railway Act of 1862 U.S. Government hired Union Pacific and Central Pacific Railway Company to extend railways across the United States. Central.
Unit 1: The Gilded Age. “Gilded Age” term created by famous American author Mark Twain To “gild” something is to lay a thin layer of gold over some rougher/cheaper.
AP EXAM REVIEW! PART VI. #6 THE MACHINE AGE ( )
America: Pathways to the Present Chapter 13 The Expansion of American Industry (1850–1900) Copyright © 2005 by Pearson Education, Inc., publishing as Prentice.
VUS8 TEST #5 Lecture Notes Progressivism. Working Conditions Working conditions in the American industries were many times awful and very dangerous Many.
The Wizard of Oz. Language Preview – you do not need to take notes yet Preview – you do not need to take notes yet We need to understand the following.
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Life in the 1860s No indoor electric lights No refrigeration No indoor plumbing Kerosene or wood to heat Wood stoves to cook with Horse and buggy In 1860,
Mr. Mizell THE NEGATIVES OF INDUSTRIALIZATION. EQ: What were the negative effects of the Industrial Revolution on individuals and society?
Populism and the Wizard of OZ.. Farmer’s Complaint Tariffs: Tariffs: 1. Raised price on foreign farm machinery. 2.US tariffs on foreign manufactured goods.
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