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Inventor of the lightbulb among many other inventionsThomas Edison
72.5%
Important labor organization during the Gilded Age. Blamed for the Haymarket RiotKnights of Labor
72.5%
Steel tycoon during the Gilded AgeAndrew Carnegie
70%
Carnegie book that advocates for philanthropyAndrew Carnegie
70%
Significant labor union that focused on the 'bread and butter'' issuesAmerican Federation of Labor
67.5%
Oil tycoon during the Gilded AgeJohn D. Rockefeller
60%
Belief in the survival of the fittest in societySocial Darwinism
60%
Inventor of the telephoneAlexander Graham Bell
57.5%
Rockefeller's companyStandard Oil
57.5%
Railroad workers went on strie for this company. President Cleveland intervened on the side of the big businessPullman Strike
57.5%
National holiday created to celebrate the economic and social contributions of workersLabor Day
55%
Nickname for the Battle of Little Bighorn where several US soldiers were massacredCuster's Last Stand
55%
The only ethnic group to be legislatively excluded from immigratingChinese
52.5%
Synonym for monopolyTrust
52.5%
Corrupt leader of Tammany Hall that traded favors/jobs with new immigrants in exchange for votesBoss Tweed
52.5%
Current state that Indian Territory was locatedOklahoma
52.5%
Set up the 'separate but equal' doctrinePlessy v. Ferguson
50%
Large and violent steel strike against US SteelHomestead Strike
50%
An African American civil rights organization founded by W.E.B. Du BoisNAACP
50%
Labor rally turned violent when a bomb was thrown. KIlled 8 police officers.Haymarket Square Riot
47.5%
Bryan said that American workers would not be crucified on...A cross of gold
47.5%
Carnegie's steel companyUS Steel
45%
Founded of Hull Houses to aid new immigrants in fitting inJane Addams
45%
Set of discriminatory laws in the post-Civil War SouthJim Crow
42.5%
Attempt to control all factors of production of a good to eliminate competitionVertical integration
42.5%
Attempt to limit competition by buying up all competitorsHorizontal integration
42.5%
Applied Christian ethics to solve the growing social problems in the citiesSocial Gospel
42.5%
Believed that African Americans would gradually earn equality after learning vocational tradesBooker T. Washington
42.5%
Movement in America that was prejudiced against new immigrantsNativism
40%
Focusing on scandal in order to sell papersYellow journalism
40%
Populist Democratic candidate for President in 1896 and 1900William Jennings Bryan
37.5%
Famous financier during the Gilded Age JP Morgan
35%
Head of the American Federation of Labor. Important figure in the labor movementSamuel Gompers
32.5%
Believed that African Americans should get instant equalityW.E.B. Du Bois
32.5%
Credited with the term 'Gilded Age'Mark Twain
32.5%
Succeeded James Garfield as President of the United StatesChester A. Athur
30%
The wedding of the rails deals with the completion of thisTranscontinental railroad
30%
New process that breathed oxygen to purify steel thereby making it cheaper to produceBessemer Process
30%
Leading American railroad speculator. Also teamed with James Fisk to manipulate the gold market.Jay Gould
27.5%
Definition Term % Correct
Built the largest newspaper chainWilliam Randolph Hearst
27.5%
Founder of the American Red CrossClara Barton
27.5%
Highly protective tariff signed in 1890. It also bears the name of a future PresidentMcKinley Tariff
25%
Largely agrarian movement that looked to regulate banks, railroads, etc.Populist Party
25%
Provided immense amounts of free land for US citizensHomestead Act
22.5%
People who broke the law and attempted to settle in Oklahoma earlier than the sale dateOklahoma Sooners
22.5%
Federal law designed to regulate monopolistic practices in the railroad industry primarilyInterstate Commerce Act
20%
Contract where the employee agrees to not be a part of the unionYellow dog contract
20%
Famous Gilded Age newspaper publisher of the St. Louis DispatchJoseph Pulitzer
20%
Socialist labor leader put in jail for his role in the Pullman StrikeEugene V. Debs
20%
Shot President James GarfieldCharles Guiteau
17.5%
The first national labor federation. Admitted skilled & unskilled workersNational Labor Union
17.5%
Allowed for the creation of land-grant universities to develop agricultural researchMorrill Act
17.5%
Famous historian who theorized on the impact of the frontier in American HistoryFrederick Jackson Turner
17.5%
Republicans who, over financial corruption, voted for (D) Grover ClevelandMugwumps
15%
Legendary Nez Perce leaderChief Joseph
15%
Reformed the civil service system in the countryPendleton Act
12.5%
Term used to describe the industrial changes coming to the South to entice investmentNew South
12.5%
Where the owners of a mill refuse to let the workers go to workLockout
12.5%
The father of skyscrapersLouis Sullivan
12.5%
Group of farmers who began to bond together to push for their economic rightsFarmers Alliance
12.5%
Leg on intercontinental railroad that started in Omaha, NEUnion Pacific Railroad
10%
Leg on intercontinental railroad that started in Sacramento, CACentral Pacific Railroad
10%
Limited the ability of states to regulate railroad companiesWabash
10%
Last major battle of the Indian Wars. Involved the ghost dance movementBattle of Wounded Knee
10%
A protest march of unemployed workersCoxey's Army
10%
To artificially inflate the value of a stockStock watering
7.5%
Meatpacking tycoon during the Gilded AgeGustavus Swift
7.5%
Wrote a Century of Dishonor to detail the abuses of the US government towards Native AmericansHelen Hunt Jackson
7.5%
Influential Republican Speaker of the House during the Gilded AgeThomas Reed
5%
Large tobacco baron during the Gilded Age James Buchanan Duke
5%
The personification of the feminine ideal of beauty during the Gilded AgeGibson Girl
5%
Division between East and West in the US is thought of to be the ____ meridian100
5%
Where the railroad companies join together to fix high pricesPool
2.5%
Christian theologist who was influential in the Social Gospel movementWalter Rauschenbusch
2.5%
Crusaded against sweatshops, child labor, and for the minimum wage.Florence Kelley
2.5%
An adult education movement in the late 19th and 20th centuryChautauqua movement
2.5%
Leading advocate of the 'New South'Henry Grady
0%
Governor of Illinois instrumental in the Progressive reform movementJohn P. Atgeld
0%

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