10 notecards = 3 pages (4 cards per page)
Appointed in 1898 as chief of the Division of Forestry, __________ made conservation of natural resources a national issue.
Several factors account for obsession with race in the 1890s, including all of the following EXCEPT: A. growing awareness among Progressive reformers of discrimination and oppression of minority groups. B. American efforts to colonize and explore the globe brought Americans face-to-face with other races and cultures.
A. growing awareness among Progressive reformers of discrimination and oppression of minority groups.
The principle of racial segregation was upheld in the court case
Plessy v. Ferguson.
In her newspaper Free Speech , __________ condemned the practice of lynching and spot lighted the case of three black businessmen who were lynched in Memphis in 1892 for little more than being successful.
Ida B. Wells-Barnett
The textbook notes that a new characteristic of American life during the high tide of immigration was new ritualistic display of patriotism such as
recitation of the Pledge of Allegiance in public schools.
The Pension Act of 1890, which provided pensions to nearly a million Civil War veterans, was funded by the
extremely high McKinley tariff.
In 1894, __________ led a march on Washington, D.C. by thousands of unemployed men to demand relief from the federal government.
Jacob S. Coxey
President Cleveland justified the use of federal troops to break the railroad workers' strike by arguing
the strike interfered with the delivery of U.S. mail.
Black and white women worked together in voluntary cause for
Inclusion of sugar in the McKinley Act had all of the following results in Hawaii EXCEPT:
C. sugar production in Hawaii collapsed.