APUSH Chapter 25 (536-563) Industry Comes of Age 1865-1900 IDs 1. transcontinental railroads 2. Leland Stanford 3. James Hill 4. Cornelius Vanderbilt 5. Jay Gould 6. Wabash case 7. Interstate Commerce Act 8. Alexander Graham Bell 9. Thomas Edison 10. Andrew Carnegie 11. John D. Rockefeller 12. J.P. Morgan 13. Bessemer process 14. United states Steel Corporation 15. Standard Oil Company 16. Gospel of Wealth 17. Russell Conwell 18. James Buchanan Duke 19. Sherman Anti-Trust Act 20. Henry Grady 21. “Pittsburgh plus” 22. Charles Dana Gibson 23. National Labor Union 24. Knights of Labor 25. Terence V. Powderly 26. Haymarket Square 27. John P. Altgeld 28. AFL 29. Samuel Gompers PQs 1. What was the impact of the transcontinental railroad system on the American economy and society in the late nineteenth century? 2. How did the huge industrial trusts develop in industries such as steel and oil, and what was their effect on the economy? 3. What early efforts were made to control the new corporate industrial giants, and how effective were these efforts? 4. What was the effect of the new industrial revolution on American laborers, and how did various labor organizations attempt to respond to the new conditions? 5. How did the industrial transformation after the Civil War compare with the earlier phase of American economic development? (See Chapter 15.) Why were the economic developments of 18651900 often seen as a threat to American Democracy, whereas those of 1815-1860 were not?