Unit 7

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Unit 7
Booker T. Washington
W.E.B. DuBois – Talented
Tenth
NAACP – The Crisis
Ida B. Wells - lynching
Industrial Revolution –
steel, rubber
Robber barons
Andrew Carnegie
John Rockefeller
Vertical & Horizontal
integration
Social Darwinism
Inventions: Edison & Bell
Knights of Labor
Haymarket Square Riot
Homestead Strike
Pullman Strike
Great Railroad Strike
American Federation of
Labor – Gompers
New immigration vs. Old
immigration
James Garfield
Atlanta Compromise
Speech
Niagara Movement
Marcus Garvey – Universal
Negro Improvement
Association
Mark Twain – Gilded Age
Early auto industry
Horatio Alger – Rags to
Riches
Gospel of Wealth
Cornelius Vanderbilt
Trusts, pools, holding
companies, interlocking
boards of directors
J.P. Morgan
Newport mansions
Molly Maguires
Open shop/closed shop
Pinkertons
Eugene Debs
Injunction
Coxey’s Army
Yellow dog contracts
Tenements
Ellis Island
nativism
Louis Sullivan –
skyscrapers
Frank Lloyd Wright
Divisions in Republican
Party – Mugwumps,
Stalwarts, Half-Breeds
James G. Blaine – Rum,
Romanism & Rebellion,
Roscoe Conkling
F.W. Woolworth’s
Dime novels
Pendleton Civil Service Act
Political machines
Streetcar suburbs
Boss Tweed – Tammany
Hall
Sherman Anti-trust Act
Thomas Nast
Chester Arthur
Grover Cleveland
Dept stores – Macy’s
Mail Order – Sears,
Roebuck
City life – Gangs of New
York example
Social Gospel – Walter
Rauschenbusch, Hell’s
Kitchen
Progressive Movement –
Jane Addams – Hull House
Philanthropy
Abner Doubleday & NCAA
– rise of sports
John Dewey – education
contrast with Populism
Jacob Riis
Upton Sinclair & The Jungle
Meat Inspection Act & Pure
Food & Drug Act
Eugenics movement
Anarchism, Socialism &
Communism in Progressive
Era
19th Amendment
Women’s Christian
Temperance Union
Political reforms –
referendum, initiative, recall
Australian (secret) ballot
IWW “wobblies”
Triangle Shirtwaist Fire
Galveston Hurricane – city
reform – city manager
plan/commissioner plan
Teddy Roosevelt –
background & early career
– Square Deal
Trustbuster
William Taft – more
antitrust cases in one term
than TR in two
Election of 1912
Woodrow Wilson –
background - New
Freedom
Chautauqua movement
muckrakers
Margaret Sanger
Thorsten Veblen
Carry Nation
Charlotte Perkins Gilman
Madison Grant – Passing of
the Great Race
Anthony Comstock
Emma Goldman, Alexander
Berkman
Women’s Rights – Alice
Paul
Victoria Woodhull
Robert LaFollette –
Wisconsin Plan
Charles Evans Hughes
Louis Brandeis
Clayton Antitrust Act
Federal Reserve System
Anthracite Coal Strike
Sierra Club – John Muir
Conservation – National
parks & wetlands
Children’s Bureau
Ballinger-Pinchot
Controversy
Federal Trade Commission
Bull Moose Party
1. How did natural resources, labor, business management, capital and technology
contribute to the industrial development of the United States from 1865 – 1900?
2. How did consolidation of business affect the United States economy from 18651900?
3. Compare the goals, methods, and achievements of the Nation Labor Union, the
Knights of Labor, the American Federation of Labor, and the Industrial Workers
of the World.
4. What impact did industrialization have on the middle class, wage earners, and
working women?
5. Compare and contrast the roles of the federal government as both promoter and
regulator of U.S. industrial development from 1865-1900.
6. How did the new immigrants compare to the old immigrants?
7. How did technology, urban politics, and class divisions contribute to the
development of American cities between 1865-1900?
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