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This notecard set contains the questions and answers for the study guide he posted on edline. easier than printing it out and studying it I think. If you have an iPod or iPhone, download FlashCards Touch and I can send you the set of cards. Or search my username, Sentenial

The term Guilded age refers specificly to a time when

shallow worship of wealth and sharp social divisions existed

After 1870

American inventiveness and technological progress flourished

An effect of the rise of corporations in America was

a stimulation of capital investment and technological advance

One disadvantage for American workers of the rise of corporations was

corporations now controlled the conditions and nature of work.

Upton Sinclair's The Jungle focused on the problems of

meatpacking plants

The workplace of the late 1800s included all of the following conditions except

a safe and healthy environment

The purpose of the settlement house movement was to

help the working poor by providing education and social services, and community reconstruction

The Great Uprising of 1877 was a general strike against the nation's

Railway companies

The American Federation of Labor emphasized the tactic of

collective bargaining

Which statement would most likely have been said by a nativist?

"The nation's purity is being ruined by Catholics and undesirable foreigners."

The American Protective Association focused specifically on

limiting the civil rights of Catholic Americans

The term "Great Migration" refers to the

mass movement of American blacks from the rural South to the urban North

Stereotypes of blacks were reinforced

because few blacks lived in northern cities

The Central Pacific Railroad Company relied heavily on the low-paid, hard work done by

Chinese immigrants

Which statements best describes the cultures of the tribes that lived throughout the West?

A wide spectrum of tribes had successfully adapted their lives to a variety of environments

What event in 1848 started a huge influx of whites into Indian territory?

the discovery of gold in Indian territories

The leader of the Sand Creek Massacre, John Chivington, was

a Methodist minister

The second Treaty of Fort Laramie

required the United States to abandon routes traveling through Sioux territory

Which statement about the Sand Creek Massacre is NOT true?

The fighting began when Indians attacked a mining town

Whites destroyed the buffalo herds for all of the following reasons except

the government believed the Indians would survive better with fewer buffalo

An American force commanded by George A. Custer was overwhelmed during the

Battle of Little Bighorny

22. The Sioux were finally defeatedThe Sioux were finally defeated (Chapter 19)

because it was difficult for them to sustain their traditional Indian economy

1. The "progressive movement" was driven by (Chapter 21)

a general belief that moderate reforms were needed to help end social disorder

After the depression of the mid-1890s, a majority of Americans began to:

feel that new measures were needed to promote social progress.

All of the following are true about working conditions in the early 1900s except:

industrialists refused to resort to the subdivision of labor

Americans of "Old Stock" sometimes disliked new immigrants because:

they viewed predominately Catholic and Jewish immigrants as threats to social stability.

Prohibition went into effect in


The Nineteenth Amendment:

gave women the right to vote

Major focuses of Theodore Roosevelt's presidency included all of the following except:

Using subsidies to bolster the failing Standard Oil Company

Roosevelt's accomplishments as president included all of the following except:

promoting an amendment to establish an income tax

Which statement best describes Woodrow Wilson's style as president?

He built upon Roosevelt's model of strong executive authority

Chapter 22 Missing

Chapter 22 Missing

1. In August of 1914, as war erupted in Europe, most Americans (Chapter 23)

Chapter 23 Missing

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