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This black leader demanded “Full Equality Now” and helped to establish the NAACP.
Alfred T. Mahan stressed the importance of this to protect the American nation and extend the American empire.
This man did not really wish to be president but he was hand-picked as Theodore Roosevelt’s successor.
This radical leader of the temperance movement was famous for the work she did with a hatchet and a Bible.
Radical anarchists were blamed for throwing a bomb at Chicago Police and starting this labor riot.
This battle marked the last real victory of the Sioux in the Plain Indians Wars of the late 19th century.
The Compromise of 1877 is sometimes called the last act of the Civil War. It involved the presidency of this man.
The Gentlemen’s Agreement was a sign of the growing tension between these two nations.
A progressive change to government operation was a device whereby the citizens themselves can pass a law. This is a called:
This weapon of war is most responsible for drawing the U.S. into World War I.
Native Americans were to give up their traditional ways and assimilate to white culture.
Theodore Roosevelt purposely fomented a rebellion here in order to strengthen U.S. trade and naval power.
This vocational training center for African-Americans was established by Booker T. Washington so that blacks could achieve better paying jobs.
Panic over the creation of this new country led to the Palmer Raids and was one of the causes of the hatred inherent in the Sacco and Vanzetti Trial.
Most European immigrants were screened at Ellis Island during the turn-of-the-century, whereas most Chinese immigrants were screened at . . . .
Why should you thank Upton Sinclair each time you bite into a juicy hot dog?
His book, The Jungle, led to the passage of the Pure Food and Drug Act and the creation of the FDA.
Prior to the passage of the 17th Amendment, how were senators elected?
The Homestead Strike was a labor revolt against this tycoon and believer in The Gospel of Wealth
Blacks were seeking to escape the racism of the Jim Crow South (push factor) and reach new economic opportunity in the WWI North (pull factor).