U.S. History I

U.S. History I
Chapter 8 Section 2
“Women Make Progress”
2.2, 3.8, 3.9
Clockwise from to left: Temperance/Prohibition Cartoon,
Women’s Suffrage, Ida B. Wells Anti-lynching, Alice Paul
And Women’s Suffrage
Women Make Progress
Women denied many opportunities
Florence Kelley: Disliked overpriced goods
National Consumers League: Favored
Gov’t regulation of business
Temperance Movement: Wanted to ban
alcohol (18th Amendment)
Margaret Sanger: Thought that having
“too many” children was harming women’s
Ida B. Wells: National Assoc. of Colored
Women (NACW)
Women Fight for the Right to Vote
Suffrage: Right to vote
Carrie Chapman Catt
(Bottom Left) National
American Woman
Suffrage Assoc. (NAWSA)
Alice Paul: National
Woman’s Party (NWP):
More radical group
Nineteenth Amendment:
1920: Women’s Suffrage
Women against Suffrage
“National Assoc. Opposed
to Women’s Suffrage”
-Believed that voting
would take women’s
attention away from
Muller v. Oregon: Woman
work hours could be
limited (10/Day) because
long hours would harm
their families
*Progressive victory that
was used by business to
pay women less than
men for same work
U.S. History I
Chapter 8 Section 3
“The Struggle Against Discrimination”
3.6, 3.8, 9.1
From Left: Anti-Catholic Cartoon, Anti-Jewish
Announcement, and Anti-Immigrant Cartoon
Progressivism Creates
Americanization: Task of making
immigrants act “like Americans”
Make immigrants “loyal” to United States
Many progressives still were “racist”
against non-whites or native born people
Plessy v. Ferguson: “Separate but Equal”
case. Legalized racial segregation (Jim
African Americans Demand Reform
Booker T. Washington
Move slowly progress
Focus on education
Would eventually be
accepted by society
“Atlanta Compromise”
W.E.B. Dubois (Right)
Demanded immediate
Niagra Movement:
African Americans
should be taught:
History, Literature,
and Philosophy…not
just trade skills. So
blacks can “think for
National Association for the
Advancement of Colored People
“Physically free from
Peonage (Forced-low-paid
Labor), mentally free
from ignorance, politically
free from
disfranchisement, and
socially free from insult.”
Formed after a lynch mob
riot in Springfield, IL in
Leadership featured both
black AND white
Urban League: Focused on
poor city workers
Reducing Prejudice and Protecting
Anti-Defamation League: Formed by Jewish
immigrants who were mistreated
Mutualistas: Mexican American groups that gave
loans and legal assistance to Mexican
Dawes Act: Broke up Native American
Carlos Montezuma: Fought to preserve Native
American Culture
Takao Ozawa: Fought for Asian American Rights