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Progressive Era, Chapter 17, U.S. History, WV
Progressivism
muckraker
Social Gospel
settlement house
the ​social and ​political ​movements that ​worked to ​repres…
journalist who uncovers and exposes misconduct in politics or…
reform movement of the late nineteenth century that worked to…
an inner city community center that provided social services…
Progressivism
the ​social and ​political ​movements that ​worked to ​repres…
muckraker
journalist who uncovers and exposes misconduct in politics or…
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American history II - chapter 17
progressive movement
prohibition
muckraker
scientific management
A movement in the early 20th century aimed at correcting soci…
A law forbidding the sale of alcoholic beverages
A group of writers, journalists, and critics who exposed corp…
a management theory using efficiency experts to examine each…
progressive movement
A movement in the early 20th century aimed at correcting soci…
prohibition
A law forbidding the sale of alcoholic beverages
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Chapter 17: Civil War
Robert E. Lee
Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson
to preserve the Union
George McClellan
Confederate General
Confederate general that died by friendly fire during the Bat…
Lincoln's goal at the beginning of the war
Union general known for being too cautious
Robert E. Lee
Confederate General
Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson
Confederate general that died by friendly fire during the Bat…
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Ch 17-1 Mobilizing for Defense (WWII)
George Marshall
Women's Auxiliary Army Corp (WAAC)
A. Philip Randolph
Manhattan Project
Army Chief of Staff General who pushed for the formation of W…
women volunteers serve in noncombat positions
America's leading black labor leader who called for a march o…
A secret U.S. project for the construction of the atomic bomb…
George Marshall
Army Chief of Staff General who pushed for the formation of W…
Women's Auxiliary Army Corp (WAAC)
women volunteers serve in noncombat positions
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Ch 17-4 The Home Front (WWII)
Servicemen's Readjustment Act 1944
James Farmer
Congress of Racial Equality (C.O.R.E.)
Japanese internment
Signed into law by President Franklin D. Roosevelt on June 22…
Civil rights leader who founded the Congress of Racial Equali…
(CORE) Civil rights organization started in 1944 and best kno…
Japanese and Japanese Americans from the West Coast of the Un…
Servicemen's Readjustment Act 1944
Signed into law by President Franklin D. Roosevelt on June 22…
James Farmer
Civil rights leader who founded the Congress of Racial Equali…
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Ch 17-3 The War in the Pacific (WWII)
Douglas MacArthur
Chester Nimitz
Battle of Midway
island hopping or leap-frogging
(1880-1964), U.S. general. Commander of U.S. (later Allied) f…
U.S. Admiral during WWII, the commander of American naval for…
1942 World War II battle between the United States and Japan,…
attack one island, skip one, attack another... the tactic the…
Douglas MacArthur
(1880-1964), U.S. general. Commander of U.S. (later Allied) f…
Chester Nimitz
U.S. Admiral during WWII, the commander of American naval for…
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Textbook Chapter 17 The United States in World War II
George Marshall
Women's Auxiliary Army Corps (WAAC)
A. Philip Randolph
Manhattan Project
Army chief of staff during World War II... US General, created p…
Women volunteers who served in non-combat positions
Important African-American labor leader ... America's leading bl…
Secret research project that resulted in the Atomic Bomb ... Cod…
George Marshall
Army chief of staff during World War II... US General, created p…
Women's Auxiliary Army Corps (WAAC)
Women volunteers who served in non-combat positions
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Chapter 17
Reconstruction
amnesty
Ten Percent Plan
Wade-Davis Bill
period of rebuilding during/after the Civil War
to forgive
Lincoln's Plan for Reconstruction - states could form new gov…
Radical Republican plan vetoed by Lincoln; intended to make i…
Reconstruction
period of rebuilding during/after the Civil War
amnesty
to forgive
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Prentice Hall History: American Nation: Chapter 17
racism
martial law
border states
Robert Edward Lee
the belief that one race is superior to another
rule by the army instead of the elected government
Delaware, Kentucky, Missouri, Maryland
CSA, turned Lincoln down because he didn't want to shoot his…
racism
the belief that one race is superior to another
martial law
rule by the army instead of the elected government
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US History Chapter 17 "The Progressive Era"
During the 1902 coal miners' strike in…
The efforts of the Women's Christian T…
Which of the following resulted from t…
Progressives that promoted Americaniza…
ordered the National Guard to stop the strike.
Prohibition
The Colorado National Guard opened fire on the miner's tent c…
encouraged immigrants to follow white, middle-class ways of l…
During the 1902 coal miners' strike in…
ordered the National Guard to stop the strike.
The efforts of the Women's Christian T…
Prohibition
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Creating America ch.17 "The Tide of War Turns 1863-1865"
Emancipation Proclamation
54th Massachusetts Regiment
Emancipate
Copperhead
Legally freed all slaves in rebellious, Confederate states
Most famous African-American regiment in the Civil War
To free from bondage
Northerner who opposed the war
Emancipation Proclamation
Legally freed all slaves in rebellious, Confederate states
54th Massachusetts Regiment
Most famous African-American regiment in the Civil War
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Chapter 17 the civil war (1861-1865)
Jefferson Davis
Abraham Lincoln
Robert E. Lee
Battle of Bull Run
President for the Confederacy
President for the Union
confederate commander
The first major battle of the Civil War. It happened in Virgi…
Jefferson Davis
President for the Confederacy
Abraham Lincoln
President for the Union
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Chapter 17 - Towards Civil War
Regulate
Fugitive
Secede
Network
to control
a person who is running away from legal authority
to officially leave an organization
an interconnected system
Regulate
to control
Fugitive
a person who is running away from legal authority
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Chapter 17 the enlightenment and the American revolution
Thomas Hobbes
John Locke
Social contract
natural rights
seventeenth-century thinker who wrote Leviathan
seventeenth-century thinker who wrote Two Treatises of Govern…
Hobbes' proposal for an organized society in which people ent…
Locke's view of the rights belonging to all people at birth,…
Thomas Hobbes
seventeenth-century thinker who wrote Leviathan
John Locke
seventeenth-century thinker who wrote Two Treatises of Govern…
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Chapter 17 Terms - US History
Progressivism
Muckraker
Lincoln Steffens
Jacob Riis
movement that responded to the pressures of industrialization…
writer who uncovers and exposes misconduct in politics or bus…
leading muckraker, managing editor at McClure's, a magazine k…
influential muckraker, a photographer for the New York Evenin…
Progressivism
movement that responded to the pressures of industrialization…
Muckraker
writer who uncovers and exposes misconduct in politics or bus…
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American Nation: Chapter 17
racism
martial law
border states
Robert Edward Lee
the belief that one race is superior to another
rule by the army instead of the elected government
Delaware, Kentucky, Missouri, Maryland
CSA, turned Lincoln down because he didn't want to shoot his…
racism
the belief that one race is superior to another
martial law
rule by the army instead of the elected government
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Us History Honors chapter 17.2
Who did Churchill believe posed the gr…
What did Hitler order after the attack…
What was the German aim in the Battle…
What did it look like for a long time?
Germany and Italy
submarine raids against ships on america's east coast
to prevent food and war materials from reaching Great Britain…
as though Hitler might succeed
Who did Churchill believe posed the gr…
Germany and Italy
What did Hitler order after the attack…
submarine raids against ships on america's east coast
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chapter 17 study guide
muckrakers
clayton antitrust act
margaret sanger
president wilson
were socially conscious writers who dramatized the need for r…
strengthened antitrust acts
was the first person to start a birth control clinic
attacked the triple wall of privilege
muckrakers
were socially conscious writers who dramatized the need for r…
clayton antitrust act
strengthened antitrust acts
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Chapter 17 - WWII - Vocabulary
appeasement
pacifism
Neutrality Acts
Axis powers
giving into the demands of an aggressor in order or keep the…
opposition to all war
a series of acts passed by the US Congress from 1935 to 1939…
the three nations agreed to fight Soviet communism
appeasement
giving into the demands of an aggressor in order or keep the…
pacifism
opposition to all war
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U.S. History Chapter 17
George Marshall
Women's Auxiliary Army Corp (WAAC)
A. Philip Randolph
Manhattan Project
an American statesman and soldier, famous for his leadership…
U.S. Army Unit created during World War II to enable women to…
a leader in the African-American Civil Rights Movement, the A…
the U.S. Program to develop an atomic bomb for use in World W…
George Marshall
an American statesman and soldier, famous for his leadership…
Women's Auxiliary Army Corp (WAAC)
U.S. Army Unit created during World War II to enable women to…
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social studies chapter 17
13th Amendment
14th Amendment
15th Amendment
Ku Klux Klan
abolished slavery in all parts of the US
Granted citizenship to all individuals born in the US (only A…
Prohibited the state federal governments from denying the rig…
formed in 1866 organized to prevent freed men and women from…
13th Amendment
abolished slavery in all parts of the US
14th Amendment
Granted citizenship to all individuals born in the US (only A…
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Chapter 17
What did the Japanese expect their att…
How many more soldiers did the draft p…
Who were the WAACs?
What were some of the thins the WAAC d…
Americans would shrink from further conflict
10 million
Womens Auxiliary Army Corps, women volunteers would serve in…
Worked as nurses, ambulance drivers, radio operators, electri…
What did the Japanese expect their att…
Americans would shrink from further conflict
How many more soldiers did the draft p…
10 million
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Chapter 17: Civil War
martial law
habeas corpus
inflation
Battle of Shiloh
rule by the army instead of by the elected government
right to a hearing before being jailed
rise in prices and decrease in the value of money
one of the bloodiest Civil War battles
martial law
rule by the army instead of by the elected government
habeas corpus
right to a hearing before being jailed
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U.S. History- Chapter 11, The Civil War, 1861-1865
blockade
Robert E. Lee
Anaconda Plan
border states
military tactic in which a navy prevents vessels from enterin…
commander of the Confederate army
northern civil war strategy to starve the South by blockading…
during the Civil war, the states that allowed slavery but rem…
blockade
military tactic in which a navy prevents vessels from enterin…
Robert E. Lee
commander of the Confederate army
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Chapter 17-The Progressive Era
Progressivism
muckraker
settlement house
initiative
the movement in the late 1800's that fought to end corruption…
writers and journalists who attempted to find corruption or w…
a community center organized at the turn of the twentieth cen…
a procedure by which voters can propose a law or a constituti…
Progressivism
the movement in the late 1800's that fought to end corruption…
muckraker
writers and journalists who attempted to find corruption or w…
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Chapter 17: The Progressive Era
Progressive Movement
Florence Kelley
Illinois Factory Act
Prohibition
Reforms that aimed to restore economic opportunities and corr…
A woman who became and advocate for improving the lives of wo…
prohibited child labor and limited women's working hours; bec…
The banning of alcoholic beverages. Many reform movements (Th…
Progressive Movement
Reforms that aimed to restore economic opportunities and corr…
Florence Kelley
A woman who became and advocate for improving the lives of wo…
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World Studies: Chapter 17-WWII
What did the Nazi-Soviet pact accompli…
Why was the Spanish civil war called a…
Why did Hitler invade the Soviet Union?
After conquering France, in which Fren…
Gave Hitler a "free-hand" in Poland
Nazis used the war to test new weapons
Russia had an abundance of raw materials
Vichy
What did the Nazi-Soviet pact accompli…
Gave Hitler a "free-hand" in Poland
Why was the Spanish civil war called a…
Nazis used the war to test new weapons
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The American Journey Chapter 17
Reconstruction
Amnesty
Ten Percent Plan
Thaddeus Stevens
period of rebuilding after the Civil War
a pardon granted to a large number of people
when 10 percent of the voters of a state took an oath of loya…
a leading Radical Republican
Reconstruction
period of rebuilding after the Civil War
Amnesty
a pardon granted to a large number of people
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History Chapter 17 Review
Cotton Gin
Cotton Economy
Cotton Kingdom
Southern Belief
- revolutionized Southern economy ... - increased the desire to…
- South had a "one crop" economy that was completely reliant…
- 1845: cotton made up 1/2 of all American exports... - 1/2 of t…
if a civil war were to break out, Britain would side with the…
Cotton Gin
- revolutionized Southern economy ... - increased the desire to…
Cotton Economy
- South had a "one crop" economy that was completely reliant…
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Chapter 17 Mistilis
George Marshall
Women's Auxiliary Army Corps (WAAC)
A. Philip Randolph
Manhattan Project
United States general and statesman who as Secretary of State…
women volunteers serve in noncombat positions
Black leader, who threatens a march to end discrimination in…
A secret U.S. project for the construction of the atomic bomb.
George Marshall
United States general and statesman who as Secretary of State…
Women's Auxiliary Army Corps (WAAC)
women volunteers serve in noncombat positions
AP US History Chapter 17: The Rise of Industrial America 1865-1900
Factors Leading to Growth
Railroads
Time Zones
Trunk Line
natural resources, abundant labor supply, growing population,…
nation's first big business, greatest impact on American life…
American Railroad Association divided the country in 188, rai…
the majr route between large cities
Factors Leading to Growth
natural resources, abundant labor supply, growing population,…
Railroads
nation's first big business, greatest impact on American life…
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Chapter 17 Foldable
Jefferson Davis
Abraham Lincoln
Robert E. Lee
Battle of Bull Run
President of the Confederacy (CSA)
President of the Union (US)
Commander of the Confederate army
First major battle of the Civil War; fought in Virginia in 1861
Jefferson Davis
President of the Confederacy (CSA)
Abraham Lincoln
President of the Union (US)
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Causes of the Civil War
Fugitive Slave Act
Popular Sovereignty
Dred Scott
South Carolina
One part of the Compromise of 1850, this law stated that esca…
Let the people decide by State, on whether slavery should be…
He was a slave who was taken to free territory. He sued for h…
First state to secede/leave the Union in 1860.
Fugitive Slave Act
One part of the Compromise of 1850, this law stated that esca…
Popular Sovereignty
Let the people decide by State, on whether slavery should be…
Chapter 17
Jefferson Davis
Abraham Lincoln
Robert E. Lee
Battle of Bull Run
President of the Confederacy (CSA)
President of the Union (US)
Commander of the Confederate army
The first major battle of the Civil War; fought in Virginia i…
Jefferson Davis
President of the Confederacy (CSA)
Abraham Lincoln
President of the Union (US)
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Chapter 17 US in World War 2 NOTES
What was the Selective Service System?
How did it help the US meet manpower n…
What contributions did women and minor…
How did the American response to the J…
This is the name for the draft.
It provided up to 15 million men
They filled essential jobs in non combat roles
Americans were mad and made ready for war.
What was the Selective Service System?
This is the name for the draft.
How did it help the US meet manpower n…
It provided up to 15 million men
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Social Studies Chapter 17 - The Civil War
Border states
Emancipation
Emancipation Proclamation
Copperheads
Slave states that remained in the Union during the Civil War…
To set free
Lincoln's 1863 declaration freeing slaves in the confederacy
Northerner who opposed using force to keep southern states in…
Border states
Slave states that remained in the Union during the Civil War…
Emancipation
To set free
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Chapter 17 WCH Enlightenment
Baron de Montesquieu
Voltaire
Thomas Jefferson
Jean-Jacques Rousseau
"In order to have liberty, it is necessary that the powers of…
"I do not agree with a word you say, but I will defend to the…
"It is against all reason to suppose that his Continent can l…
"Man is born free, but is everywhere in chains"
Baron de Montesquieu
"In order to have liberty, it is necessary that the powers of…
Voltaire
"I do not agree with a word you say, but I will defend to the…
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Civil War
Fort Sumpter
Election of 1860
Battle of Gettysburg
Battle of Bull Run
Where first shot was fired that began the civil war.
Lincoln, the Republican candidate, won because the Democratic…
Turning point of the War that made it clear the North would w…
July 21, 1861. Va. (outside of D.C.) People watched battle. T…
Fort Sumpter
Where first shot was fired that began the civil war.
Election of 1860
Lincoln, the Republican candidate, won because the Democratic…
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Chapter 17 Imperial China vocab
Empress Wu
Wendi
Yangdi
Grand Canal
Only woman to rule the entire empire on her own.... Increased th…
General turned emperor.... Founded the Sui dynasty.... Land increas…
Oversaw the rebuilding of the Grand Canal.... Trade increased no…
Major network of waterways that conquered two major rivers in…
Empress Wu
Only woman to rule the entire empire on her own.... Increased th…
Wendi
General turned emperor.... Founded the Sui dynasty.... Land increas…
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Causes of the Civil War
Sectionalism
Missouri Compromise
Compromise of 1850
Kansas-Nebraska Act
belief that one part of the country (where a person is from)…
Agreement made in Congress which made Missouri a slave state…
Agreement made in Congress which made California a free state…
Created the Kansas and Nebraska territories and allowed slave…
Sectionalism
belief that one part of the country (where a person is from)…
Missouri Compromise
Agreement made in Congress which made Missouri a slave state…
Chapter 17 Reconstruction
freedmen
Reconstruction
10% Plan
amnesty
men and women who had been slaves
rebuilding of the South after the Civil War
Lincoln's plan that allowed a southern state to form a new go…
government pardon
freedmen
men and women who had been slaves
Reconstruction
rebuilding of the South after the Civil War
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Social Studies Chapter 17
WHAT WAS AN ADVANTAGE FOR THE SOUTH AT…
WHAT WAS PART OF THE SOUTH'S STRATEGY…
WHAT WAS PART OF THE UNION'S STRATEGY…
WHY DID "COPPERHEADS" OPPOSE THE WAR?
BETTER GENERALS
USING ITS FOREIGN TRADE IN COTTON TO GAIN AN ALLIANCE WITH A…
CAPTURE OF THE CONFEDERATE CAPITOL OF RICHMOND
THE WAR WAS UNNECESSARY AND THE SOUTH SHOULD BE ALLOWED TO SE…
WHAT WAS AN ADVANTAGE FOR THE SOUTH AT…
BETTER GENERALS
WHAT WAS PART OF THE SOUTH'S STRATEGY…
USING ITS FOREIGN TRADE IN COTTON TO GAIN AN ALLIANCE WITH A…
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8th Grade U.S. History Chapter 17: The Civil War
Clara Barton
Frederick Douglass
Robert E. Lee
William Tecumseh Sherman
served as a nurse and was a founder of the Red Cross
said that if the war was a fight over slavery, European count…
main general in the South; he ordered Pickett's Charge
led the March to the Sea from Atlanta to Savannah
Clara Barton
served as a nurse and was a founder of the Red Cross
Frederick Douglass
said that if the war was a fight over slavery, European count…
Chapter 17 Vocabulary
Border States
Emancipate
Emancipation Proclamation
Iron Clad
Slave states that remained in the Union—Delaware, Maryland,Ke…
to free
Document that declared on Jan. 1 1863 all slaves living in th…
warships with protective iron plates
Border States
Slave states that remained in the Union—Delaware, Maryland,Ke…
Emancipate
to free
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Chapter 17
Emancipation Proclamation
54th Massachusetts
Copperhead
Conscription
Issued by Abraham Lincoln on September 22, 1862 it declared t…
African American unit in the Union Army.
A group of Northern Democrats who opposed abolition and sympa…
A military draft.
Emancipation Proclamation
Issued by Abraham Lincoln on September 22, 1862 it declared t…
54th Massachusetts
African American unit in the Union Army.
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The Americans: Chapter 17 "The Progressive Era"
Progressive movement
What were the goals of the progressive…
The Young Men's Christian Association…
The Salvation Army
A movement aimed to return control of the government to the p…
1. Protecting social welfare... 2. Promoting moral improvement…
A group that opened libraries, sponsored classes, and built s…
A group that fed poor people in soup kitchens, cared for chil…
Progressive movement
A movement aimed to return control of the government to the p…
What were the goals of the progressive…
1. Protecting social welfare... 2. Promoting moral improvement…
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Chapter 17:Civil War
Fort Sumter
Richmond
Robert E Lee
Stonewall
Union base in South Carolina; claimed by SC after secession;…
the established capital of the Confederate States
first asked by President Lincoln to serve as the head of the…
Mothers living in the north would warn their children, "Be go…
Fort Sumter
Union base in South Carolina; claimed by SC after secession;…
Richmond
the established capital of the Confederate States
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Reconstruction - Chapter 17
The 10 Percent Plan
Lincoln's Plan for Reconstruction
Radical Republicans
Wade Davis Bill
Lincoln's plan for Reconstruction... -once 10% of voters take an…
- he was compassionate, open-minded, forgiving
-did not think President should be only one to decide reconst…
- Republican plan for reconstruction ... - 50% of people need to…
The 10 Percent Plan
Lincoln's plan for Reconstruction... -once 10% of voters take an…
Lincoln's Plan for Reconstruction
- he was compassionate, open-minded, forgiving
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Chapter 17
The majority of people in Central Amer…
Which is the largest country in Centra…
A ladino is a Central who ____________…
In recent years civil war and violence…
mestizos
Nicaragua
adopts Latin American customs
keep their families together
The majority of people in Central Amer…
mestizos
Which is the largest country in Centra…
Nicaragua
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Turning Points U.S. History Chapter 17
Benjamin Harrison
Jane Addams
New immigrants
Ellis Island
23rd president of the US... lost the popular vote but won a majo…
1860-1935. Founder of Settlement House Movement. First Americ…
immigrants who had come to the US after the 1880s from southe…
Immigration station in New York Harbor, opened in 1892, where…
Benjamin Harrison
23rd president of the US... lost the popular vote but won a majo…
Jane Addams
1860-1935. Founder of Settlement House Movement. First Americ…
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