Upgrade to remove ads
APUSH Extra Credit Quiz (pt 2)
Terms in this set (42)
John Hopkins professor who attached Lassiez-Faire economics and studied unions, trusts, and other economic systems to suggest remedies
Oliver Wendell Holmes
Famous lawyer and future supreme court justice that believed the law should evolve with the times
First African American to earn a PH.D from Harvard. He founded the NAACP and disagreed with Booker T. Washington
Famous defense lawyer who claimed criminal behavior could be caused by abuse, neglect, or a negative environment
Author who coined the phrase "Gilded Age", wrote the book "The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn" and some consider him the most famous American writer
Author who wrote "Red Badge of Courage" and "Maggie, Girl of the Streets"
Famous American author who wrote of conflict between nature and civilization in books like "Call of the Wild"
Famous American painter of seascapes and watercolors
Famous artist who produced realistic paintings of surgical scenes and everyday lives of working class men and women
American painter whose work "Arrangement in Gray and Black" still hangs in the Louvre museum in Paris
Fredrick Law Olmstead
Urban architect responsible for designing Central Park (and Milwaukee Lakefront!)
Frank Lloyd Wright
An architect who lived in Wisconsin(near Spring Green where he had a school) and created an organic style of architecture that built into the natural surroundings of the area
Chicago architect who founded the Chicago school of architecture and perfected the skyscraper
Architect who used Greek and Roman style to design World Columbian Exposition in Chicago
Protestant pastor who founded the German Baptist Church and worked to apply the teachings of Christianity to the slums and factories of the city
Founder of "Hull House", a settlement house for the poor and new immigrants in Chicago
Author of the book "Progress and Poverty" which proposed a single tax on the wealthy
American utopian socialist who authored the book "Looking Backward"
Cardinal James Gibbons
Church leader who influenced his followers and supported labor movements in the gilded age
Chicago shoe salesman who became the leader of a new generation of urban religious revivalists
Mary Baker Eddy
She founded the Christian Science Church
Reformer who founded and led Women's Christian Temperance Union
Carry A. Nation
Mentally deranged but muscular prohibitionist who was known to go into taverns and smash whiskey barrels with a hatchet (AKA Kansas Cyclone)
Elizabeth Cady Stanton
Original organizer of Seneca Falls convention in 1848 and co-founder of NAWSA suffrage association in the Gilded Age
Susan B. Anthony
Feminist who claimed that giving woman the right to vote was akin to allowing women to spread their duties as homemakers and mothers to the city governments
American painter who trained in Paris and was a distinguished "impressionist" painter
Famous African American musical composer of "Ragtime" style in albums like "Maple Leaf Rag"
Colonel Robert Ingersoll
Civil War veteran and proponent of free thought and agnosticism
Booker T. Washington
African american leader who founded the Tuskegee institute and believed blacks in America should improve their economic status before demanding equal rights
George Washington Carver
African American scientist who became internationally famous for his works with peanuts and soybeans
Wrote "Principles of Psychology", which helped establish modern behavioral psychology
William Randolph Hearst
Newspaper tycoon who used his inheritance to purchase a newspaper in San Francisco and started Yellow Journalism
Author of books that sold 100 million copies because they promoted the protestant work ethic and the concept of the "self-made man"
Feminist author of "The Awakening", controversial because she wrote candidly about adultery, suicide, and women's ambitions
William Dean Howells
First editor in Chief of the Atlantic Monthly
Divorce, feminist, journalist, and first woman to run for president in 1872 under the "Equal Rights Party"
Portly crusader who fought a lifelong war against immortality(he even collected thousands of immoral photos)
Charlotte Perkins Gillman
Feminist author of "Women and Economics", a book which purposes the idea that every one wins if women abandon their dependent roles in society and become more involved in the business world
Carrie Chapman Catt
Feminist who advocated givinf women the vote because "they would increasingly discharge their roles as wives and mothers in the increasingly public world of the city"
Ida B. Wells
African American woman who courageously led a national anti-lynching movement
Author of "The Octopus", last week you analyzed the cover of his book
Social Critic and author of "Sister Carrie" a book so graphic it was banned
YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE...
APUSH Urbanization Terms/People
Ch. 25-28 People
OTHER SETS BY THIS CREATOR
Verbos Como Gustar
Term 1 Exam
Direct to Indirect Speech
THIS SET IS OFTEN IN FOLDERS WITH...
Baby Steps to Bunker Hill
APUSH Extra Credit Quiz
APUSH Pocket Dictionary