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Chapter 5 S.S. Test`

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How did the mechanization of farms change the lives of rural people in the 1800s and early 1900s It led to larger farms that raised cash crops.
Which is NOT an example of how industry in the late 1880s gave people greater access to all kinds of goods People on farms and ranches made almost everything they needed by hand.
In what way did telephones affect life in the 1800s People were pleased to be able to communicate without traveling.
What was the main purpose of the Rural Electrification Act To create and improve electric service in rural areas
Which of the following was Not a factor in the growth of cities in the late 1800s Agricultural depression
What was one result of rapid industrialization and urbanization cities became overcrowded.
Which is NOT one of the challenges faced by urban areas as a result of population and technological changes Fewer workers were available for factory jobs.
How did Jane Addams try to solve some of the problems faced by the city of Chicago. She opened a settlement house to help immigrants and working families.
What is one thing that African Americans, Hispanic groups, Chinese immigrants, and Jews had in common in the late 1800s Many faced prejudice and segregation in different areas of their lives.
What effect did the passage of Jim Crow laws in the 1880s have on the lives of African Americans. It made racial segregation legal in the South.
Which of the following was NOT a factor in the Great Migration Total equality for African Americans in the North.
How did African American activist Booker T. Washington respond to discrimination and work toward equality He founded the Tuskegee Institute, a college for African Americans.
What happened as a result of the women's suffrage movement. Congress passed the 19th amendment, which gave women the right to vote
Which is NOT an example of the new rights and educational opportunities gained by women in the 1800s Women could work on farms.
For what is Susan B. Anthony most famous Working for women's suffrage
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