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Ulysses S. Grant as President - an American general and the eighteenth President of the United States (1869-1877). He achieved international fame as the leading Union general in the American Civil War.
W.E.B. Dubois
Booker T. Washington
Helen Hunt Jackson
Frederick Jackson Turner
William Jennings Bryan/Cross of Gold
Big Business Tycoons-Vanderbilt
Big Business Tycoons-Rockefeller
Big Business Tycoons-Morgan
Big Business Tycoons-Carnegie
Horatio Alger
Scandals During Grants administration-Gould
Scandals During Grants administration-Whiskey Ring
Scandals During Grants administration-Credit Moblier
Coxey's March(Army)
Custer's Last Stand
Labor Strikes- Pullman
Labor Strikes- Haymarket
Growth of cities
Impact of Railroads
Closing/Settlement of the frontier
Impact of Western Expansion on Native Americans
Pendleton Act
Compromise 1877
Homestead Act
Dawes Severalty Act
Chinese Exclusion Act
Comstock Law
Eighteenth Amendment
Sherman Anti-Trust Act
McKinley Tariff
Gilded Age
Jim Crow
Vertical/Horizontal integration
Safety-Valve Theory
Ghost Dance
Settlement Houses
Gospel of Wealth
Social gospel
Social Darwinism
Methods of disenfranchisement
"New South"
Plessy v. Ferguson
Wabash Case
New Immigrants
National Grange
Women's Christian Temperance Union
American Federation of Labor
Knights of Labor
Tweed Ring
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