Pennsylvania Governors (Reconstruction to World War II)

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'Father of Good Roads' in PA; created the Dept. of Public Welfare.
Adopted the secret ballot for elections and sent the militia to end the Homestead Strike.
Fought voter fraud and adopted the use of voting machines; created Dept. of Revenue.
Proposed a 'Little New Deal' to fight the Depression; passed unemployment compensation, the state's first civil rights law, and improved labor laws.
Public health advocate that helped fight tuberculosis; created the State Railroad Commission.
Established a state pension system; worked to alleviate the Great Depression and curb corporate abuses.
Established the State Board of Education and Dept. of Labor and Industry, among others; changed the death penalty from hanging to electrocution.
Passed first workmen's compensation law in PA; vetoed more than 400 bills; coordinated PA's World War I effort.
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Reversed some of his predecessor's 'Little New Deal' policies; outlawed fireworks; initiated PA's World War II efforts.
Replaced state property tax with corporate tax; created several state agencies to advance conservation; established PA Superior Court.
Officially desegregated Pennsylvania schools.
Former Civil War general; responded quickly to the Johnstown Flood.
Paid off the state debt.
Passed child labor laws; created the first state police force in the U.S.; paved more than 8,000 miles of PA roads.
Coordinated PA's World War II efforts; established absentee ballots for soldiers.

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