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  1. transcontinental railroad
  2. The Homestead Strike
  3. James A. Garfield
  4. Immigration Restriction League
  5. Alexander Graham Bell
  1. a A group who wanted to restrict immigration into the U.S. to certain groups they deemed desirable. Because of them congress passed a bill in 1897 requiring a literacy test for immigrants.
  2. b invented the telephone
  3. c The joining of the Central Pacific and the Union Pacific in Promontory, Utah on May 10, 1869
  4. d Independent elected president - assassinated on July 2, 1881
  5. e A strike that took place at Carnegie Steel because of pay cuts

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. Social organization of farmers
  2. The Supreme Court upheld the Granger Laws. The states won the right to regulate the RRs for the benefit of farmers and consumers.
  3. business practice used by Carnegie to buy out all of his suppliers - raw materials like coal and iron mines, ore freighters, and RRs
  4. single family homes that were set up side by side
  5. banned entry to all Chinese except students, teachers, merchants, tourists, and government officials for 10 years.

5 True/False Questions

  1. Triangle Shirtwaist Factorymade it illegal to form a trust that interfered with free trade between states or with other countries.


  2. The Haymarket AffairA strike that took place in Chicago's Haymarket Square - people were protesting police brutality after a strike when a person threw a bomb into the crowd


  3. Bird of Passagebegan work for the Pennsylvania RR and then created his own Carnegie Steel Company after witnissing the Bessemer Steel process


  4. RR's impact on citiesAllowed for cities to begin producing one thing (example I used in class: Forest City has Winnebago and it produces mobile homes)


  5. SocialismColored National Labor Union - admitted African Americans to the union


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