History Quiz / Mr. Fields APUSH Unit 7

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Attempt to limit competition by buying up all competitors
Meatpacking tycoon during the Gilded Age
Movement in America that was prejudiced against new immigrants
Legendary Nez Perce leader
Synonym for monopoly
Carnegie's steel company
Head of the American Federation of Labor. Important figure in the labor movement
Reformed the civil service system in the country
Inventor of the telephone
Where the owners of a mill refuse to let the workers go to work
An African American civil rights organization founded by W.E.B. Du Bois
Applied Christian ethics to solve the growing social problems in the cities
Term used to describe the industrial changes coming to the South to entice investment
Republicans who, over financial corruption, voted for (D) Grover Cleveland
Leading advocate of the 'New South'
Set of discriminatory laws in the post-Civil War South
Highly protective tariff signed in 1890. It also bears the name of a future President
Famous Gilded Age newspaper publisher of the St. Louis Dispatch
Famous historian who theorized on the impact of the frontier in American History
Railroad workers went on strie for this company. President Cleveland intervened on the side of the big business
Oil tycoon during the Gilded Age
The first national labor federation. Admitted skilled & unskilled workers
Large tobacco baron during the Gilded Age
People who broke the law and attempted to settle in Oklahoma earlier than the sale date
Inventor of the lightbulb among many other inventions
New process that breathed oxygen to purify steel thereby making it cheaper to produce
Corrupt leader of Tammany Hall that traded favors/jobs with new immigrants in exchange for votes
Leg on intercontinental railroad that started in Omaha, NE
Built the largest newspaper chain
Provided immense amounts of free land for US citizens
The wedding of the rails deals with the completion of this
Crusaded against sweatshops, child labor, and for the minimum wage.
Rockefeller's company
Nickname for the Battle of Little Bighorn where several US soldiers were massacred
Significant labor union that focused on the 'bread and butter'' issues
Important labor organization during the Gilded Age. Blamed for the Haymarket Riot
Group of farmers who began to bond together to push for their economic rights
Division between East and West in the US is thought of to be the ____ meridian
Labor rally turned violent when a bomb was thrown. KIlled 8 police officers.
Focusing on scandal in order to sell papers
Shot President James Garfield
Carnegie book that advocates for philanthropy
Belief in the survival of the fittest in society
Credited with the term 'Gilded Age'
Allowed for the creation of land-grant universities to develop agricultural research
Socialist labor leader put in jail for his role in the Pullman Strike
The only ethnic group to be legislatively excluded from immigrating
Largely agrarian movement that looked to regulate banks, railroads, etc.
Bryan said that American workers would not be crucified on...
Famous financier during the Gilded Age
Limited the ability of states to regulate railroad companies
To artificially inflate the value of a stock
Federal law designed to regulate monopolistic practices in the railroad industry primarily
Current state that Indian Territory was located
Wrote a Century of Dishonor to detail the abuses of the US government towards Native Americans
Contract where the employee agrees to not be a part of the union
Large and violent steel strike against US Steel
An adult education movement in the late 19th and 20th century
The father of skyscrapers
National holiday created to celebrate the economic and social contributions of workers
Governor of Illinois instrumental in the Progressive reform movement
Leg on intercontinental railroad that started in Sacramento, CA
Attempt to control all factors of production of a good to eliminate competition
Believed that African Americans should get instant equality
Populist Democratic candidate for President in 1896 and 1900
A protest march of unemployed workers
Where the railroad companies join together to fix high prices
Set up the 'separate but equal' doctrine
Founder of the American Red Cross
Succeeded James Garfield as President of the United States
Influential Republican Speaker of the House during the Gilded Age
Steel tycoon during the Gilded Age
Believed that African Americans would gradually earn equality after learning vocational trades
Christian theologist who was influential in the Social Gospel movement
The personification of the feminine ideal of beauty during the Gilded Age
Founded of Hull Houses to aid new immigrants in fitting in
Last major battle of the Indian Wars. Involved the ghost dance movement
Leading American railroad speculator. Also teamed with James Fisk to manipulate the gold market.
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