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1. The different economies of the North and South, the industrial North and agricultural South, ultimately led to the ________.
2. Most Native Americans during the nineteenth century responded to __________ placed upon them by the U.S. government by moving from their lands.
3. The Mexican vaquero influenced the American ______ in language, food and clothing.
4. A wealth of _______ _________, government support fit business, and the growth of urban population. Continued to the immense industrial boom of the early 1900s.
5. The __________ ________ act gave the right to supervise railroad activities to the federal government.
6. ________ integration, a business strategy used by steel mogul Andrew Carnegie, involved buying it raw material producers and distributors.
7. The Gentleman's Act decreased ________ immigration.
8. Poor, urban factory workers during the latter part of the 19th century typically supported _________ machines.
9. An example of _____ would be saying a project cost more than it did and keeping the difference for yourself.
10. Pool taxes, grandfather clause and literacy tests were all tactics used to keep _______ _________ in the South from voting.
11. The sixteenth amendment or ______ ___ was passed primarily to create a war chest to pay for future wars
12. The ______ __ _____ officially ends d the revolutionary war and set the boundaries of the new united states.
Treaty of paris
13. The first amendment to deal with voting rights, the ____ _________ made it illegal to deny the right to vite based on race, color, or previous condition of servitude.
14. The ________ were forcibly removed from Georgia by means of the "trail of tears".
15. _____________ were members of the republican party who left their northern homes after the civil war and moved to the south
16. The horse, the buffalo and the extended family were all central to the life and culture of the ______ Indians in the 1800's
17. ______ _________, a theory adapted from Darwin's theory of evolution based on survival of the fittest , discouraged government regulation of the economy.
18. _____, workers used to break strikes, were unpopular with striking workers during the late 1800s.
19. Local labor laws for _____ ___ ________ were changed as a result of the investigation of the triangle shirtwaist fire
Women and children
20. Initially, the goal of the interstate commerce act was to lover excessive ________ rates
21. The largest number of European immigrants to the united States between 1880-1910 came from _____.
22. The sharp decline in Chinese immigration between 1883 and 1884 can be associated with the _______ exclusion act
23. The _______ ______ helped bring the nation together by protecting american businesses with tax on imported items.
24. The day development of subways, ___________ and suspensions bridges all led to the expansion of cities in the late 19th century
25. The pure food and ____ act requires truthful labels be placed on consumer products
26. The publication of Upton Sinclair's book ___ ______ (1906) influenced the passage of the meat inspection act
27. During the late 19th and early 20th centuries, urban immigrants generally supported local political machines that provided ________ ________ to the immigrants
28. The migration of _____ Americans to cities was one effect of the mechanization of farming methods
29. The goal of the Americanization movement was to encourage __________ to assimilate to american society.
30. The ____ ______ in the united States immediately following world war 1 was a reaction to a perceived threat if a communist revolution in the united States
31.. Marcus Garvey's program in the 1920s emphasized a ____-__-______ movement
32. An increase in the ___________ ________ was an outgrowth of mass production techniques used during the late 1920s
33. the legacy of the ________ party was to show that the poor and disadvantaged could organize and gain power in government.
34. ____________ wanted to reform government by making it more efficient and responsive to the people.
35. The ______ community moved to Utah to avoid the persecution they suffered in other states.
36. Protestant Americans most feared _______ immigrants because they believed the catholic church would take control of the country
37. _________, american- born individuals who opposed foreigners, attacked Catholics and other immigrants in the late 1800s.
38. New ___________ were attacked because people opposed their religion and because they were willing to work for low wages.
39. The united States became an ___________ power because it wanted to increase its military power, open new markets for it's economy and spread its culture.
40. _____ ___ _, helped to make the united states the strongest industrial power in the world, although our formal involvement was relatively short.
World war 1
41. Immigration quotas that limited European immigrants were approved under president _______.
42. Initially, president hoover thought that the situation caused by the stock market crash in 1920 was a temporary problem that ________ could solve.
43. The reason for the ______ _____ during 1919 was fear of a communist plot to overthrow the government.
44. During the 1920s the __ ____ ____ increased its membership to an estimate 5 million people and attacked African Americans, Jews, immigrants and Catholics.
Ku Klux Klan
45. Factory workers often blamed strikes during the 1920's on workers who were "red" or __________.
46. During the 1920s, "speakeasies" were popular and "bootleggers" powerful because many people did not agree with ___________.
47. Most women who worked outside if the ____ in the late 1800s and the early 1900s did so because of economic need.
48. By the 1920 , buying slowed because most people ____ ____ _____ than they could assured to pay back.
Owed more money
49. Urban sprawl is the growth of cities away from their centers
50. By the early 1900's , factories were using ___________ to power their machines and produce more goods.
51. During world war 1, radios were restricted to ________ ________.
52. Radios and movies helped to establish a ________ _______ because they allowed people living in different
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