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  1. Life In Growing Cities With Mr. Luzadder 5th Grade Plain Elementary Simpsonville, South Carolina Mr. Luzadder’s Class Plain Elementary Simpsonville, SC

  2. E.Q.What is urbanization and what caused so many people to move to American cities? Life In Growing Cities Mr. Luzadder’s Class Plain Elementary Simpsonville, SC

  3. The number of people living in cities _______ between the end of the Civil War and the year 1900 to __ million people. One reason cities were growing so rapidly was because of the millions of immigrants moving to America. Life In Growing Cities Mr. Luzadder’s Class Plain Elementary Simpsonville, SC

  4. The number of people living in cities doubled between the end of the Civil War and the year 1900 to __ million people. One reason cities were growing so rapidly was because of the millions of immigrants moving to America. Life In Growing Cities Mr. Luzadder’s Class Plain Elementary Simpsonville, SC

  5. The number of people living in cities doubled between the end of the Civil War and the year 1900 to 30 million people. One reason cities were growing so rapidly was because of the millions of immigrants moving to America. Life In Growing Cities Mr. Luzadder’s Class Plain Elementary Simpsonville, SC

  6. Most immigrants headed to the ____ in the Northeast. Here they lived in communities of people who spoke their language and had similar _______. Life in the United States could be very _____ for these immigrants. They were hoping, however, for a better life, especially for their children. Life In Growing Cities Mr. Luzadder’s Class Plain Elementary Simpsonville, SC

  7. Most immigrants headed to the cities in the Northeast. Here they lived in communities of people who spoke their language and had similar _______. Life in the United States could be very _____ for these immigrants. They were hoping, however, for a better life, especially for their children. Life In Growing Cities Mr. Luzadder’s Class Plain Elementary Simpsonville, SC

  8. Most immigrants headed to the cities in the Northeast. Here they lived in communities of people who spoke their language and had similar customs. Life in the United States could be very _____ for these immigrants. They were hoping, however, for a better life, especially for their children. Life In Growing Cities Mr. Luzadder’s Class Plain Elementary Simpsonville, SC

  9. Most immigrants headed to the cities in the Northeast. Here they lived in communities of people who spoke their language and had similar customs. Life in the United States could be very difficult for these immigrants. They were hoping, however, for a better life, especially for their children. Life In Growing Cities Mr. Luzadder’s Class Plain Elementary Simpsonville, SC

  10. Immigrants were not the only reason cities were growing so rapidly. Another reason for this growth was urbanization. Urbanization is the ________ of people from ____ areas to cities. Mechanization is one reason people were able to move to the cities. Mechanization is the using of ________ to do work. Life In Growing Cities Mr. Luzadder’s Class Plain Elementary Simpsonville, SC

  11. Immigrants were not the only reason cities were growing so rapidly. Another reason for this growth was urbanization. Urbanization is the movement of people from ____ areas to cities. Mechanization is one reason people were able to move to the cities. Mechanization is the using of ________ to do work. Life In Growing Cities Mr. Luzadder’s Class Plain Elementary Simpsonville, SC

  12. Immigrants were not the only reason cities were growing so rapidly. Another reason for this growth was urbanization. Urbanization is the movement of people from rural areas to cities. Mechanization is one reason people were able to move to the cities. Mechanization is the using of ________ to do work. Life In Growing Cities Mr. Luzadder’s Class Plain Elementary Simpsonville, SC

  13. Immigrants were not the only reason cities were growing so rapidly. Another reason for this growth was urbanization. Urbanization is the movement of people from rural areas to cities. Mechanization is one reason people were able to move to the cities. Mechanization is the using of machines to do work. Life In Growing Cities Mr. Luzadder’s Class Plain Elementary Simpsonville, SC

  14. Mechanization allowed farmers to farm more land in less time. It also allowed them to grow crops to ___. As farm machinery improved, farmers were able to grow food to feed more and more people. Mechanization also lead to the building of new _______ which led to many jobs being created in cities. Life In Growing Cities Mr. Luzadder’s Class Plain Elementary Simpsonville, SC

  15. Mechanization allowed farmers to farm more land in less time. It also allowed them to grow crops to sell. As farm machinery improved, farmers were able to grow food to feed more and more people. Mechanization also lead to the building of new _______ which led to many jobs being created in cities. Life In Growing Cities Mr. Luzadder’s Class Plain Elementary Simpsonville, SC

  16. Mechanization allowed farmers to farm more land in less time. It also allowed them to grow crops to sell. As farm machinery improved, farmers were able to grow food to feed more and more people. Mechanization also lead to the building of new factories which led to many jobs being created in cities. Life In Growing Cities Mr. Luzadder’s Class Plain Elementary Simpsonville, SC

  17. Immigrants often found it difficult to find a place to live because there were so many people arriving from other countries. Many often ended up living in slums. A slum is a ____, ______ section of town with run-down and _____ housing. Life In Growing Cities Mr. Luzadder’s Class Plain Elementary Simpsonville, SC

  18. Immigrants often found it difficult to find a place to live because there were so many people arriving from other countries. Many often ended up living in slums. A slum is a poor, ______ section of town with run-down and _____ housing. Life In Growing Cities Mr. Luzadder’s Class Plain Elementary Simpsonville, SC

  19. Immigrants often found it difficult to find a place to live because there were so many people arriving from other countries. Many often ended up living in slums. A slum is a poor, crowded section of town with run-down and _____ housing. Life In Growing Cities Mr. Luzadder’s Class Plain Elementary Simpsonville, SC

  20. Immigrants often found it difficult to find a place to live because there were so many people arriving from other countries. Many often ended up living in slums. A slum is a poor, crowded section of town with run-down and unsafe housing. Life In Growing Cities Mr. Luzadder’s Class Plain Elementary Simpsonville, SC

  21. Many of these people lived in tenements. A tenement is a building that is divided into small apartments. Some of these tenements did not even have ____ or hot _____. Bathrooms were often in the hallway and were ______ by several families. Under these conditions, _______ spread quickly. Life In Growing Cities Mr. Luzadder’s Class Plain Elementary Simpsonville, SC

  22. Many of these people lived in tenements. A tenement is a building that is divided into small apartments. Some of these tenements did not even have heat or hot _____. Bathrooms were often in the hallway and were ______ by several families. Under these conditions, _______ spread quickly. Life In Growing Cities Mr. Luzadder’s Class Plain Elementary Simpsonville, SC

  23. Many of these people lived in tenements. A tenement is a building that is divided into small apartments. Some of these tenements did not even have heat or hot water. Bathrooms were often in the hallway and were ______ by several families. Under these conditions, _______ spread quickly. Life In Growing Cities Mr. Luzadder’s Class Plain Elementary Simpsonville, SC

  24. Many of these people lived in tenements. A tenement is a building that is divided into small apartments. Some of these tenements did not even have heat or hot water. Bathrooms were often in the hallway and were shared by several families. Under these conditions, _______ spread quickly. Life In Growing Cities Mr. Luzadder’s Class Plain Elementary Simpsonville, SC

  25. Many of these people lived in tenements. A tenement is a building that is divided into small apartments. Some of these tenements did not even have heat or hot water. Bathrooms were often in the hallway and were shared by several families. Under these conditions, diseases spread quickly. Life In Growing Cities Mr. Luzadder’s Class Plain Elementary Simpsonville, SC

  26. E.Q. What was done to help protect the health of people living in urban areas? Life In Growing Cities Mr. Luzadder’s Class Plain Elementary Simpsonville, SC

  27. In 1895, the governor of New York signed a law that required large cities to “establish and maintain such public _____ as the local Board of Health may determine to be necessary.” The law stated that “each bath shall be kept open not less than _______ hours for each day, and both hot and cold water be provided.” Life In Growing Cities Mr. Luzadder’s Class Plain Elementary Simpsonville, SC

  28. In 1895, the governor of New York signed a law that required large cities to “establish and maintain such public baths as the local Board of Health may determine to be necessary.” The law stated that “each bath shall be kept open not less than _______ hours for each day, and both hot and cold water be provided.” Life In Growing Cities Mr. Luzadder’s Class Plain Elementary Simpsonville, SC

  29. In 1895, the governor of New York signed a law that required large cities to “establish and maintain such public baths as the local Board of Health may determine to be necessary.” The law stated that “each bath shall be kept open not less than fourteen hours for each day, and both hot and cold water be provided.” Life In Growing Cities Mr. Luzadder’s Class Plain Elementary Simpsonville, SC

  30. E.Q. What major disasters hit urban centers in the early twentieth century? Life In Growing Cities Mr. Luzadder’s Class Plain Elementary Simpsonville, SC

  31. In Chicago, many ______ buildings had been built with little thought of fire safety. In 1905 a fire broke out and spread very quickly. When it was finally put out 24 hours later, one third of the city had been destroyed and nearly _______ people were left without a place to live. This has become known as the Great Chicago Fire. Some say the fire started when Mrs. O’Leary’s ___ kicked over a kerosene lamp. Life In Growing Cities Mr. Luzadder’s Class Plain Elementary Simpsonville, SC

  32. In Chicago, many wooden buildings had been built with little thought of fire safety. In 1905 a fire broke out and spread very quickly. When it was finally put out 24 hours later, one third of the city had been destroyed and nearly _______ people were left without a place to live. This has become known as the Great Chicago Fire. Some say the fire started when Mrs. O’Leary’s ___ kicked over a kerosene lamp. Life In Growing Cities Mr. Luzadder’s Class Plain Elementary Simpsonville, SC

  33. In Chicago, many wooden buildings had been built with little thought of fire safety. In 1905 a fire broke out and spread very quickly. When it was finally put out 24 hours later, one third of the city had been destroyed and nearly 100,000 people were left without a place to live. This has become known as the Great Chicago Fire. Some say the fire started when Mrs. O’Leary’s ___ kicked over a kerosene lamp. Life In Growing Cities Mr. Luzadder’s Class Plain Elementary Simpsonville, SC

  34. In Chicago, many wooden buildings had been built with little thought of fire safety. In 1905 a fire broke out and spread very quickly. When it was finally put out 24 hours later, one third of the city had been destroyed and nearly 100,000 people were left without a place to live. This has become known as the Great Chicago Fire. Some say the fire started when Mrs. O’Leary’s cow kicked over a kerosene lamp. Life In Growing Cities Mr. Luzadder’s Class Plain Elementary Simpsonville, SC

  35. On April 18, 1906 at 5:13 AM, a massive _________ struck San Francisco. Hundreds, if not thousands, of people died when ________ collapsed. A fire broke out in the city and burned for ___ days. Historians now estimate that more than 3,000 people died from all causes and that $500,000,000 (1906 dollars) in damage was caused. Life In Growing Cities Mr. Luzadder’s Class Plain Elementary Simpsonville, SC

  36. On April 18, 1906 at 5:13 AM, a massive earthquake struck San Francisco. Hundreds, if not thousands, of people died when ________ collapsed. A fire broke out in the city and burned for ___ days. Historians now estimate that more than 3,000 people died from all causes and that $500,000,000 (1906 dollars) in damage was caused. Life In Growing Cities Mr. Luzadder’s Class Plain Elementary Simpsonville, SC

  37. On April 18, 1906 at 5:13 AM, a massive earthquake struck San Francisco. Hundreds, if not thousands, of people died when tenements collapsed. A fire broke out in the city and burned for ___ days. Historians now estimate that more than 3,000 people died from all causes and that $500,000,000 (1906 dollars) in damage was caused. Life In Growing Cities Mr. Luzadder’s Class Plain Elementary Simpsonville, SC

  38. On April 18, 1906 at 5:13 AM, a massive earthquake struck San Francisco. Hundreds, if not thousands, of people died when tenements collapsed. A fire broke out in the city and burned for four days. Historians now estimate that more than 3,000 people died from all causes and that $500,000,000 (1906 dollars) in damage was caused. Life In Growing Cities Mr. Luzadder’s Class Plain Elementary Simpsonville, SC

  39. In October of 1918, 851 New Yorkers died of _______ in a single day. In Philadelphia, the city's death rate for one single week is 700 times higher than normal. October 1918 turned out to be the _______ months in the nation's history as 195,000 Americans die of influenza. Life In Growing Cities Mr. Luzadder’s Class Plain Elementary Simpsonville, SC

  40. In October of 1918, 851 New Yorkers died of influenza in a single day. In Philadelphia, the city's death rate for one single week is 700 times higher than normal. October 1918 turned out to be the _______ months in the nation's history as 195,000 Americans die of influenza. Life In Growing Cities Mr. Luzadder’s Class Plain Elementary Simpsonville, SC

  41. In October of 1918, 851 New Yorkers died of influenza in a single day. In Philadelphia, the city's death rate for one single week is 700 times higher than normal. October 1918 turned out to be the deadliest months in the nation's history as 195,000 Americans die of influenza. Life In Growing Cities Mr. Luzadder’s Class Plain Elementary Simpsonville, SC

  42. On November 21, 1918 sirens wailed in San Francisco signaling that it was ___--and legal--to remove protective face masks. 2,122 people in the city had died of influenza. In December, ____ new cases of influenza were reported in the city. Over 600,000 people died in what was the worst _______ in American history. Life In Growing Cities Mr. Luzadder’s Class Plain Elementary Simpsonville, SC

  43. On November 21, 1918 sirens wailed in San Francisco signaling that it was safe--and legal--to remove protective face masks. 2,122 people in the city had died of influenza. In December, ____ new cases of influenza were reported in the city. Over 600,000 people died in what was the worst _______ in American history. Life In Growing Cities Mr. Luzadder’s Class Plain Elementary Simpsonville, SC

  44. On November 21, 1918 sirens wailed in San Francisco signaling that it was safe--and legal--to remove protective face masks. 2,122 people in the city had died of influenza. In December, 5,000 new cases of influenza were reported in the city. Over 600,000 people died in what was the worst _______ in American history. Life In Growing Cities Mr. Luzadder’s Class Plain Elementary Simpsonville, SC

  45. On November 21, 1918 sirens wailed in San Francisco signaling that it was safe--and legal--to remove protective face masks. 2,122 people in the city had died of influenza. In December, 5,000 new cases of influenza were reported in the city. Over 600,000 people died in what was the worst epidemic in American history. Life In Growing Cities Mr. Luzadder’s Class Plain Elementary Simpsonville, SC

  46. The Population of the U.S. in 1918 was 103,208,000. This is the only year in the last 100 years that the population of the United States actually _______. (Source: U.S. Census Bureau) Life In Growing Cities Mr. Luzadder’s Class Plain Elementary Simpsonville, SC

  47. The Population of the U.S. in 1918 was 103,208,000. This is the only year in the last 100 years that the population of the United States actually dropped. (Source: U.S. Census Bureau) Life In Growing Cities Mr. Luzadder’s Class Plain Elementary Simpsonville, SC

  48. E.Q. Why were settlement houses started and what did they do? Who started the first settlement house in the United States? Life In Growing Cities Mr. Luzadder’s Class Plain Elementary Simpsonville, SC

  49. Many of the immigrants who came to the United States during this period of time spoke a language other than ______ and had customs and religious beliefs that were far different from those of many Americans. Settlement houses began in the 1880s in London in response to _______ created when large numbers of people began moving into cities, working in factories, and emigrating from other countries. Life In Growing Cities Mr. Luzadder’s Class Plain Elementary Simpsonville, SC

  50. Many of the immigrants who came to the United States during this period of time spoke a language other than English and had customs and religious beliefs that were far different from those of many Americans. Settlement houses began in the 1880s in London in response to _______ created when large numbers of people began moving into cities, working in factories, and emigrating from other countries. Life In Growing Cities Mr. Luzadder’s Class Plain Elementary Simpsonville, SC