5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- (James Buchanan) Duke
- (Horatio) Alger
- (Winfield S.) Hancock
- Mongrel Tariff
- (Jack) London
- a wrote rags-to-riches tales such as "Luck and Pluck", "Bound to Rise", and "Tattered Tom"
- b a tariff reduction that had many unfavorable amendments added to it
- c Democratic presidential nominee in 1880
- d popularized tobacco, formed American Tobacco Company
- e a naturalist, who wrote "Call of the Wild"
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- invented phonograph, projector, and incandescent light bulb
- Republic presidential nominee in 1896, won election
- influential law which made monopolies illegal
- controlling all of one entire segment of an industry
- party whose major issue was currency policy
5 True/False Questions
(Mark) Twain → "The Moody of the South", urban evangelist in the South
(Chester A.) Arthur → a naturalist, wrote "Maggie: A Girl in the Streets" and "The Red Badge of Courage"
Post-War Era → The Gilded Age
naturalism → a new literary approach which emphasized man's helplessness and struggle with the world
(Alexander Graham) Bell → Scottish immigrant who invented the telephone, formed AT&T