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Based on the map, what is the best inference that can be made about railroads?

 

A. Railroads were only useful to those living in the eastern part of the United States.

 

B. Railroads opened up new markets and new opportunities in the West.

 

C.Railroads were unreliable so that is why so few were created in the West.

 

D. Railroad were not popular in the Eastern part of the United States due to very few existing in that area.

 

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Based on the map, what is the best inference that can be made about railroads?

 

A. Railroads were only useful to those living in the eastern part of the United States.

 

B. Railroads opened up new markets and new opportunities in the West.

 

C.Railroads were unreliable so that is why so few were created in the West.

 

D. Railroad were not popular in the Eastern part of the United States due to very few existing in that area.

 


B. Railroads opened up new markets and new opportunities in the West.


  1. Which of the following was NOT a direct result from the growth of railroads?

 

a.It created new economic links throughout the country.

 

b. It led to new settlements in the west.

 

c. It made transporting goods and people easier and faster.

 

d. It created a wave of new inventions in different fields.

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  1. Which of the following was NOT a direct result from the growth of railroads?

 

a.It created new economic links throughout the country.

 

b. It led to new settlements in the west.

 

c. It made transporting goods and people easier and faster.

 

d. It created a wave of new inventions in different fields.


d. It created a wave of new inventions in different fields.


  1. Why did unions become popular during the Industrial Revolution?

 

a. Workers wanted to get to know other people working in their same field.

 

b. Unions helped organize different parties for their employees.

 

c. Workers were tired of being treated unfairly in the workplace.

 

d. None of the above.  Unions were a terrible idea and did not contribute to the workplace.

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  1. Why did unions become popular during the Industrial Revolution?

 

a. Workers wanted to get to know other people working in their same field.

 

b. Unions helped organize different parties for their employees.

 

c. Workers were tired of being treated unfairly in the workplace.

 

d. None of the above.  Unions were a terrible idea and did not contribute to the workplace.


c. Workers were tired of being treated unfairly in the workplace.


  1. What did Andrew Carnegie mean when he said, “The man who dies rich, dies disgraced”?

 

a. No man gets rich without doing things he should be ashamed of.

 

b. Rich people should use their wealth to help others live better lives.

 

c. Only the fit will survive in the face for wealth and power.

 

d. The wealthy should leave their money to their children and grandchildren.

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  1. What did Andrew Carnegie mean when he said, “The man who dies rich, dies disgraced”?

 

a. No man gets rich without doing things he should be ashamed of.

 

b. Rich people should use their wealth to help others live better lives.

 

c. Only the fit will survive in the face for wealth and power.

 

d. The wealthy should leave their money to their children and grandchildren.


b. Rich people should use their wealth to help others live better lives.


Were the first strikes in the United States successful? Why or why not? 

 

You must answer in complete sentences. 

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Were the first strikes in the United States successful? Why or why not? 

 

You must answer in complete sentences. 


The first large strikes in the United States after The Civil War such as the Railroad Strike of 1877, the Homestead Strike, and Pullman Strike were not very successful because workers conditions often did not imrpove and the strikes caused chaos and people were killed.  


  1. Laws such as the 1906 Naturalization Act and Chinese Exclusion Act were passed in response to _____ in America.        

 

a. increasing crime                                                         

 

b. nativism and anti-immigrant feelings

 

c. rising unemployment                                                  

 

d. overpopulation concerns

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  1. Laws such as the 1906 Naturalization Act and Chinese Exclusion Act were passed in response to _____ in America.        

 

a. increasing crime                                                         

 

b. nativism and anti-immigrant feelings

 

c. rising unemployment                                                  

 

d. overpopulation concerns


b. nativism and anti-immigrant feelings 


  1. Where would you most likely find a museum telling the story of European immigrants to the US?

 

a. Alcatraz Island

 

b. Angel Island

 

c. Long Island

 

d. Ellis Island

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  1. Where would you most likely find a museum telling the story of European immigrants to the US?

 

a. Alcatraz Island

 

b. Angel Island

 

c. Long Island

 

d. Ellis Island


d. Ellis Island


Job opportunities, religious freedom, and the chance to reunite with family were all ________ for immigrants coming to America

 

 

a. Pushes

b. Pulls

c. Immigration 

d. Ellis Island

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Job opportunities, religious freedom, and the chance to reunite with family were all ________ for immigrants coming to America

 

 

a. Pushes

b. Pulls

c. Immigration 

d. Ellis Island


b. pulls


Many immigrants that came to America in the late 1800s and early 1900s lived in _______ and _________, where living conditions were often very poor

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Many immigrants that came to America in the late 1800s and early 1900s lived in _______ and _________, where living conditions were often very poor


Many immigrants that came to America in the late 1800s and early 1900s lived in tenements and slums, where living conditions were often very poor


Why was the immigrating to America challenging for many immigrants during the late 1800s and early 1900s? 

 

(Answer in complete sentences) 

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Why was the immigrating to America challenging for many immigrants during the late 1800s and early 1900s? 

 

(Answer in complete sentences) 


Immigrants faced many challenges when immigrating to America such as difficult travel conditions both on land and overseas and an extensive check in at Ellis Island that included a medical exam and legal check to make sure immigrants were not brining any diseases or other problems into the U.S. 


  1. Which of the following is an example of a “economic” problem America faced during the Industrial Revolution?

 

  1. a.     Political bosses threatened people and/or bribed them for a vote. 
  2. b.     Women worked long, dangerous hours and couldn’t vote.
  3. c.     Robber barons and monopoly owners controlled too much of the money in America.
  4. d. Presidents were declaring war too quickly and without congressional approval

 

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  1. Which of the following is an example of a “economic” problem America faced during the Industrial Revolution?

 

  1. a.     Political bosses threatened people and/or bribed them for a vote. 
  2. b.     Women worked long, dangerous hours and couldn’t vote.
  3. c.     Robber barons and monopoly owners controlled too much of the money in America.
  4. d. Presidents were declaring war too quickly and without congressional approval

 


c. Robber barons and monopoly owners controlled too much of the money in America 


What one goal united the Progressive Reformers?

 

a). ending racial prejudice

b). improving American life

c). protecting the environment 

d). making food and drugs safer

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What one goal united the Progressive Reformers?

 

a). ending racial prejudice

b). improving American life

c). protecting the environment 

d). making food and drugs safer


b. improving American life 


What is being shown in this picture? 

 

Answer in sentences 

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What is being shown in this picture? 

 

Answer in sentences 


This is a picture of a tenement in a slum. 


How did the books The Jungle and How the Other Half Lives contribute to social reform in America? 

 

(Answer in complete sentences) 

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How did the books The Jungle and How the Other Half Lives contribute to social reform in America? 

 

(Answer in complete sentences) 


These books made people aware of social problems in the United States such as the horrible conditions workers experienced in the meatpacking industry and the living conditions of many immigrants in tenements and slums. Laws were passed because of these books that tried to improve working and living conditions for Americans. 


  1. What is the best possible message of the political cartoon?

 

a. While women were trying to gain independence, the men were happy to stay at home.

 

b. Men encouraged women to get their independence during the Progressive Era.

 

c. The men discouraged women from voting and getting their independence.

 

d. While women were trying to gain the right to vote, men thought they were not doing their duty at home.

 

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  1. What is the best possible message of the political cartoon?

 

a. While women were trying to gain independence, the men were happy to stay at home.

 

b. Men encouraged women to get their independence during the Progressive Era.

 

c. The men discouraged women from voting and getting their independence.

 

d. While women were trying to gain the right to vote, men thought they were not doing their duty at home.

 


d. While women were trying to gain the right to vote, men thought they were not doing their duty at home.

 


Opposition to immigration and the belief that native born citizens should be taken care of first and treated better

 

(Answer in complete sentences) 

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Opposition to immigration and the belief that native born citizens should be taken care of first and treated better

 

(Answer in complete sentences) 


Nativism is the opposition to immigration and the belief that native born citizens should be taken care of first and treated better


To leave your country to go to another country is called _____

 

(Answer in complete sentences) 

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To leave your country to go to another country is called _____

 

(Answer in complete sentences) 


To leave your country to go to another country is called emigration


  1. What is a monopoly?

 

a. company that controls most or all business in an industry 

 

b. business owned by many investors

 

c. group of corporations run by a single board of directors

 

d. someone who sets up new business to make a profit

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  1. What is a monopoly?

 

a. company that controls most or all business in an industry 

 

b. business owned by many investors

 

c. group of corporations run by a single board of directors

 

d. someone who sets up new business to make a profit


a. company that controls most or all business in an industry


A “muckraker” is _________ 

 

a). A secret reporter for the newspaper

b). A person who digs up bad stuff about America during the time period to try and change things

c). A person who lies to the public about what is really going on in America

d). A person who wants to deport all immigrants and stop new immigration

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A “muckraker” is _________ 

 

a). A secret reporter for the newspaper

b). A person who digs up bad stuff about America during the time period to try and change things

c). A person who lies to the public about what is really going on in America

d). A person who wants to deport all immigrants and stop new immigration


b). A person who digs up bad stuff about America during the time period to try and change things


Not working in order to prove a point or get something changedd in your job is called a ______________ and these were usually organized by groups that fight for and protect workers rights called _____________

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Not working in order to prove a point or get something changedd in your job is called a ______________ and these were usually organized by groups that fight for and protect workers rights called _____________


Not working in order to prove a point or get something changedd in your job is called a strikes and these were usually organized by groups that fight for and protect workers rights called unions


  1. What was NOT a problem living in a highly urbanized city?

 

a. Overcrowding led to sanitation problems

 

b. Decrease in crime rates 

 

c. High rates of poverty

 

d. Decrease in crime rates

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  1. What was NOT a problem living in a highly urbanized city?

 

a. Overcrowding led to sanitation problems

 

b. Decrease in crime rates 

 

c. High rates of poverty

 

d. Decrease in crime rates


b. Decrease in crime rates 


  1. Which of the following is a positive impact of industrialization in the United States?

 

a.Businesses were able to make goods more efficiently and provide them at a lower cost for consumers.

 

b. Overcrowding in cities because of the opportunities for work in factories.

 

c. Factory owners tried to make more money by paying workers less.

 

d.Children often took jobs to help support their families. 

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  1. Which of the following is a positive impact of industrialization in the United States?

 

a.Businesses were able to make goods more efficiently and provide them at a lower cost for consumers.

 

b. Overcrowding in cities because of the opportunities for work in factories.

 

c. Factory owners tried to make more money by paying workers less.

 

d.Children often took jobs to help support their families. 


a.Businesses were able to make goods more efficiently and provide them at a lower cost for consumers.


Which of the following was the effect that The Pure Food and Drug Act had on America?

 

a. President Roosevelt was assassinated

 

b.All food had to left out for hours so it got warm. 

 

c.States couldn’t trade food with other states. 

 

d. All food had to be labeled correctly and food was to be inspected.

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Which of the following was the effect that The Pure Food and Drug Act had on America?

 

a. President Roosevelt was assassinated

 

b.All food had to left out for hours so it got warm. 

 

c.States couldn’t trade food with other states. 

 

d. All food had to be labeled correctly and food was to be inspected.


d. All food had to be labeled correctly and food was to be inspected.


One effect of economic reform in America was the passing of the _____ amendment, which allowed and regulated income tax for people and companies

 

(Answer in a complete sentence) 

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One effect of economic reform in America was the passing of the _____ amendment, which allowed and regulated income tax for people and companies

 

(Answer in a complete sentence) 


One effect of economic reform in America was the passing of the 16th amendment, which allowed and regulated income tax for people and companies


Which amendment gave women the right to vote? 

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Which amendment gave women the right to vote? 


The 19th amendment gave women the right to vote 


How did life change for Americans during the late 1800s and early 1900s?


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How did life change for Americans during the late 1800s and early 1900s?






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