5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Louis Sullivan
- W.E.B. DuBois
- Clayton Anti-trust Act
- Daniel Burnham
- Urban Sprawl
- a The process of urban areas expanding outwards, usually in the form of suburbs, and developing over fertile agricultural land.
- b New antitrust legislation constructed to remedy deficiencies of the Sherman Antitrust Act, namely, it's effectiveness against labor unions
- c Revived classical Greek and Roman architeculture in his designs.
- d He believed that African Americans should strive for full rights immediately. He helped found the Niagara Movement in 1905 to fight for equal rights. He also helped found the NAACP.
- e United States architect known for his steel framed skyscrapers and for coining the phrase 'form follows function' (1856-1924)
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- A legal right guaranteed by the 15th amendment to the US constitution
- Settlement home designed as a welfare agency for needy families. It provided social and educational opportunities for working class people in the neighborhood as well as improving some of the conditions caused by poverty.
- A group of black and white reformers who organized the NAACP in 1909
- An impassioned address by William Jennings Bryan at the 1896 Deomcratic Convention, in which he attacked the "gold bugs" who insisted that U.S. currency be backed only with gold.
- The central bank of the United States
5 True/False Questions
Boss Tweed → Transportation system designed to move large numbers of people along fixed routes
Urbanization → The process of urban areas expanding outwards, usually in the form of suburbs, and developing over fertile agricultural land.
Central Park → A system that bound laborers into slavery in order to work off a debt to the employer
Rutherford B. Hayes → 19th president of the united states, was famous for being part of the Hayes-Tilden election in which electoral votes were contested in 4 states, most corrupt election in US history
Ida B. Wells → African American journalist. published statistics about lynching, urged African Americans to protest by refusing to ride streetcards or shop in white owned stores