By 1900, a greater proportion of the population was urbanized in the
A. Atlantic seaboard.
C. Pacific coast.
After 1890, the "new immigrants" included all the following except
A. Polish Jews.
One effect of urban sanitary reforms was
A. more fertilizer for farmers in surrounding areas.
B. cleaner rivers and lakes.
C. a decline in diseases such as typhoid fever.
D. cleaner city government.
a decline in diseases such as typhoid fever
In the 1880s, the source of foreign immigration to the United States shifted from
A. Europe to Asia and Africa.
B. northeastern Europe to Latin America.
C. Canada and the British Empire to Asia.
D. northwestern Europe to southeastern Europe.
northwestern Europe to southeastern Europe
"Nativism" included religious prejudice against all the following except
In 1882, Congress passed legislation to exclude immigrants from
A. southern and eastern Europe.
B. Latin America.
C. northern and western Europe.
The American Protective Association was an organization that
A. helped the new immigrants.
B. was located in California.
C. promoted governmental restrictions on immigration.
D. encouraged Jewish immigration.
promoted governmental restrictions on immigration
In the 1890s, Dr. James Naismith
A. advocated the social gospel movement.
B. developed the Johns Hopkins University graduate program based on the German model.
C. invented basketball.
D. was a major naturalist writer.
The implications of social Darwinism included
A. a belief in the progress of human societies.
B. support for the social gospel.
C. government action to protect women and children.
D. advocacy of urban sanitary reforms.
belief in the progress of human societies
Anti-liquor societies and individuals included all the following except
A. the Women's Christian Temperance Union.
B. Carry Nation.
C. Adolphus Busch.
D. the Anti-Saloon League.
Middle-class recreation for women and children included all the following except
Vaudeville was the name given to
A. the first cinemas.
C. variety shows.
D. none of the above
A pioneer in making parks available for city dwellers was
A. Charles Darwin.
B. Lester Frank Ward.
C. Frederick Law Olmsted.
D. Herbert Spencer.
Fredrick Law Olmsted
The phrase "survival of the fittest" was coined by
A. James Naismith.
B. Herbert Spencer.
C. John Dewey.
D. Grover Cleveland
Herbert Spencer's disciple who popularized social Darwinism in America was
A. Lester Frank Ward.
B. William Graham Sumner.
C. John Dewey.
D. Grover Cleveland.
William Graham Sumner
In the late nineteenth century, more people moved from rural areas to the cities than from the East to the West.
The Morrill Act granted each state land grants to establish colleges promoting agricultural and mechanical education.
In 1890, 80 percent of New Yorkers were foreign born.
By 1900, the United States had more saloons than grocery stores.
"Nativism" was the belief that immigrants could, and should, be Americanized quickly.
In 1892 Ellis Island became the gateway of entry for immigrants from Asia.
The most democratic sport in America was baseball.
Vassar was the first women's college that had the same standards as men's colleges,
William James wrote Pragmatism, stating his belief that the Bible was God's truth and should not be questioned.
In 1900, Manhattan's over 40,000 tenements housed over 1.5 million people.
One reason for the spread of public education was to "Americanize" the new immigrants.
Charles Darwin did not agree with Herbert Spencer's adaptation of his ideas to the human realm.
The first professional baseball team was the New York Yankees.
African Americans played in major league baseball from the very first years.
Many breweries were established by German Americans.