Texas History Chapter 19 & 20 #1 Most Texans who became Populists were A: Poor farmers B: Wealthy industrialists C: Small business owners D: Wealthy professionals A. Poor farmers #2 Many African American Texans were kept from voting in the early 1900s by A: Prohibition B: 13th Amendment C: 14th Amendment D: Poll tax D. Poll tax #3 To combat violence between Anglo and Mexican groups, state officials A: Declared martial law C: Sent in the state militia B: D: Visited the area Passed antidiscrimination laws C. Sent in the state militia #4 The Progressive Movement supported all of the following EXCEPT A: New tax laws C: Women’s suffrage B: Changes in election laws D: The commission form of government A. New tax laws #5 All of these groups opposed prohibition EXCEPT A: German immigrants B: The WCTU C: Italian immigrants D: Conservatives B. The WCTU #6 Provided assistance with weddings, baptisms and funerals A: NAACP C: German immigrants B: WCTU D: Gran Circulo de Obreros Mexicanos D. Gran Circulo de Obreros Mexicanos #7 Mutual-aid societies A: C: Mutualistas Italian immigrants B: Monopoloy D: Women’s suffrage A. Mutualistas #8 Created to work for equality for African Americans A: Progressive Movement B: NAACP C: 12th Amendment D: Martial Law B. NAACP #9 The most important profession open to women in 1900 was A: Domestic labor B: Teaching C: Politics D: Medicine B. Teaching #10 The Grange was A: A mining organization A social C: organization for reform B: A major trust formed by farmers D: Set up to regulate railroads C. A social organization for reform #11 The governor who, as attorney general, helped Texas pass antitrust laws was A: James S. Hogg B: Richard Coke C: John Wesley Hardin D: J. D. Rayner A. James S. Hogg #12 The People’s Party was also called A: C: The Grange The Middlemen B: The Populist Party D: Texas Equal Rights Association B. The Populist Party #13 Trusts in the late 1800s A: Reduced free trade B: C: Charged low prices D: Could not fix prices Promoted competition A. Reduced free trade #14 The Texas Railroad Commission A: No longer exists today C: Stopped many unfair practices of railroads Paid fines B: imposed on railroads D: Regulated only interstate railroads C. Stopped many unfair practices of railroads #15 In 1900, suffrage was denied to A: All women B: Married women only C: Single women only D: Women who held no property A. All women #16 The first Texas group to publicly endorse woman suffrage was the Texas Equal A: Rights Association C: Texas Farmers’ Alliance B: Women’s Christian Temperance Union D: Texas Federation of Labor B. Women’s Christian Temperance Union #17 Group that approved of Prohibition and a strong federal government was A: African Americans B: Conservatives C: WCTU D: Republicans B. Conservatives #18 A primary election is held by a political party before a general election to select A: State B: commissioners C: State governor D: The party’s official candidates Congressional representatives B. The party’s official candidates #19 When Republicans occupied the White House, they often appointed African Americans to A: Federal jobs in Texas B: C: County commissions D: Federal jobs in Washington, D.C. State school boards A. Federal jobs in Texas #20 In 1918, Texas women won the right to vote by making a deal with this governor A: Richard Coke B: C: William P. Hobby D: James S. Hogg J.D. Rayner C. William P. Hobby #21 The term for something that connects or exists within a single state is A: Trust B: C: Interstate D: Intrastate Monopoly B. Intrastate #22 Which amendment to the U.S. Constitution barred the manufacture, sale, and transporting of alcohol? A: 18th B: 17th C: 13th D: 12th A. 18th #23 The Anti-Saloon League worked hard for the passage of the A: 12th Amendment B: 13th Amendment C: 17th Amendment D: 18th Amendment D. 18th Amendment Great Job!!!! Thank you for playing!