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APUSH Ch. 24-28

Louis Sullivan Chicago architect; contributed to development of skyscrapers; "form follows function"; helped make sky scrapers popular
Birds of Passage those who worked in America for a number of years and after earning a decent amount of money, they would travel back to their home country
Jane Addams had a college education; used her talents to teach and do volunteer work, Hull house (American settlement home); condemned war and poverty; won Nobel Peace Prize in 1931
Hull House run by Jane Addams; American settlement home; located in a poor area but gave help to the poor in English; child-care, adjustment to big-city life, cultural activities
Florence Kelly fought for welfare of women, children, blacks and consumers; moved to Henry Street Settlement ; served 30 years as a general secretary of the National Consumer League
American Protective Association antiforeign organization; urged voting against Roman Catholic candidates for office and sponsored publication of lustful fantasies about runaway nuns
Dwight Lyman Moody urban revivalist; once a shoe salesman; spoke to audiences about forgiveness
Salvation Army a new denomination of religion that came from England; gave out free soup
Fundamentalists those who rejected Darwin's beliefs
Modernists those who accepted Darwin's beliefs as well as Christianity
Chautauqua made education available to adults
Booker T. Washington Ex-slave, believed that one should make themselves useful in order to go against white supremacy
George Washington Carver discovered hundreds of uses for the peanut and other agricultural items that helped the southern economy
W.E.B. Du Bois disagreed with Booker T. Washinton; earned a Ph. D. at Harvard (the first blackish person to do so); demanded complete equality for blacks, both socially and economically; helped found the NAACP
National Association for the Advancement of Color people founded by W.E.B. Du Bois in order to achieve complete equality for blacks
Morrill Act passed in 1862; gave a generous grant of public land to states for education
Land Grant Colleges most of the land given from the Morrill Act became these types of schools; usually state universities
Joseph Pulitzer leader in sensationalism; Colored comic supplements featured the "Yellow Kid" (became yellow journalism)
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