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Civil Rights Leader who founded the SCLC. He had a dream! He was assassinated in Memphis, TN
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Civil Rights Leader who founded the SCLC. He had a dream! He was assassinated in Memphis, TN
Martin Luther King Jr
Rosa Parks refused to give up her seat on the bus in this city.
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Rosa Parks refused to give up her seat on the bus in this city.
Montgomery, AL
He belived that violence was the best way for African Americans to get full equality
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He belived that violence was the best way for African Americans to get full equality
Malcolm X
He founded the NAACP, he belived that African Americans should demand full equality from white people and not just be happy with they way they were treated
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He founded the NAACP, he belived that African Americans should demand full equality from white people and not just be happy with they way they were treated
W.E.B. Dubois
Tennessee Senator who refused to sign the Southern Manifesto, his son later ran for President.
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Tennessee Senator who refused to sign the Southern Manifesto, his son later ran for President.
Albert Gore, Sr.
He made his millions in the steel industry. He brought the Bessemer process to America. He donated millions to build libraries.
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He made his millions in the steel industry. He brought the Bessemer process to America. He donated millions to build libraries.
Andrew Carnegie
He made his fortune in the Standard Oil Company
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He made his fortune in the Standard Oil Company
John D. Rockefeller
Founder of Apple Computers.
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Founder of Apple Computers.
Steve Jobs
This man made his millions in real estate before becoming a reality TV star.
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This man made his millions in real estate before becoming a reality TV star.
Donald Trump
He founded Amazon.com
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He founded Amazon.com
Jeff Bezos
WSM radio and the Grand Ole Opry are important to this industry.
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WSM radio and the Grand Ole Opry are important to this industry.
Country Music
Sun Studios put rock and roll on the map when this famous Tennessean recorded there.
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Sun Studios put rock and roll on the map when this famous Tennessean recorded there.
Elvis Presley
Oak Ridge was built as part of this secret government operation.
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Oak Ridge was built as part of this secret government operation.
Manhattan Project
Harry Burn, a young legislator listened to his mother and at the last minute changed his vote, which made Tennessee the 36th state to pass this amendment giving women the right to vote
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Harry Burn, a young legislator listened to his mother and at the last minute changed his vote, which made Tennessee the 36th state to pass this amendment giving women the right to vote
19th.
This TN company produced aluminum for aircraft during World War II
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This TN company produced aluminum for aircraft during World War II
Alcoa
He is the only POTUS to be elected 4 times. He suffered from polio, He was POTUS during at the end of the Great Depression and the beginning of WWII
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He is the only POTUS to be elected 4 times. He suffered from polio, He was POTUS during at the end of the Great Depression and the beginning of WWII
FDR
This POTUS had makeshift housing communities named after him because of his poor performance handling the depression.
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This POTUS had makeshift housing communities named after him because of his poor performance handling the depression.
Hoover
As a resulf of the Watergate scandal, he is the only POTUS to resign from office.
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As a resulf of the Watergate scandal, he is the only POTUS to resign from office.
Nixon
He was the youngest POTUS to ever serve, he oversaw the construction if the Panama Canal. He sad, 'Speak softly and carry a big stick'
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He was the youngest POTUS to ever serve, he oversaw the construction if the Panama Canal. He sad, 'Speak softly and carry a big stick'
Teddy Roosevelt
This man became POTUS in 1952 when he promised to end the Korean Conflict. While in office he also started the Interstate Highway System
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This man became POTUS in 1952 when he promised to end the Korean Conflict. While in office he also started the Interstate Highway System
Eisenhower
She wrote the Feminine Mystique and also started NOW.
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She wrote the Feminine Mystique and also started NOW.
Betty Friedan
The new woman of the 1920's.
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The new woman of the 1920's.
Flappers
Investigative journalists who wrote about the need for reform during the Gilded Age.
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Investigative journalists who wrote about the need for reform during the Gilded Age.
Muckrakers
This POTUS chose to drop atomic boms on Hiroshima and Nagasaki. He believed that doing so would save American lives.
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This POTUS chose to drop atomic boms on Hiroshima and Nagasaki. He believed that doing so would save American lives.
Harry Truman
This man made his millions when he developed the idea for a chain of low cost retail stores
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This man made his millions when he developed the idea for a chain of low cost retail stores
Sam Walton
Upton Sinclair's book that portrayed the dirty practices of the meat packing industry during the Gilded Age.
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Upton Sinclair's book that portrayed the dirty practices of the meat packing industry during the Gilded Age.
The Jungle




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