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  1. Thomas Edison
  2. Abraham Lincoln
  3. mass culture
  4. Charles darwin
  5. 15th Amendment
  1. a an American inventor of the late 1800s that developed over 1,000 patents at his Menlo Park, NJ laboratory.
  2. b Addition to Constitution that said a state could NOT deny a person's right to vote because of their race, color, or previous condition of servitude (slavery).
  3. c 16th President in 1860 who promised to stop the spread of Slavery. This angered southerners and led to the civil war. He also issues Emancipation Proclamation.
  4. d art, writing, music and other forms of entertainment that appealed to large audiences.
  5. e British naturalist that developed the theory of natural selection and evolution (1859)

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. She and her daughters created a militant women's rights organization (WSPU)
  2. An Austrian doctor and pioneer in psychology. He developed the idea that actions may be unconsciously determined by early experiences. He developed psychoanalysis.
  3. Territory of California, AZ, NM, and NV that was sold by Mexico to the U.S. after the U.S. defeated them in war.
  4. Addition to Constitution that granted citizenship to all persons born or naturalized in the US.
  5. Political belief that individual states had more political authority than the federal government. This says that states can nullify a federal law or withdraw from the union.

5 True/False questions

  1. Guglielmo Marconiinventor of the primitive radio (1895)

          

  2. 13th AmendmentAddition to Constitution that said a state could NOT deny a person's right to vote because of their race, color, or previous condition of servitude (slavery).

          

  3. Indian Removal Act of 1830An English law that granted suffrage to only well-to-do middle class men (added 2% to the voting rolls) & revised voter rep. in parliament to get rid of rotten boroughs

          

  4. Fort SumterFederal fort in the harbor of Charleston, SC. Civil war was started when southern forces fired on this fort.

          

  5. Emancipation ProclamationA law issued by Lincoln freeing the slaves in the confederate states. This made the civil war a moral war to end slavery.