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Post Civil war immig

hope for better opportunities religious freedom escape from oppressive governments adventure Reasons for increased immigration
Pittsburgh steel industry
Chicago meat packing industry
Reasons why cities developed specialized industries, immigration from other countries, and movement of Americans from rural to urban areas for jobs
Thomas Edison invented electric lighting and mechanical uses of electricity
Alexander Graham Bell invented telephone service
Rapid industrialization and urbanization led to .... ....__________________________ immigrant neighobrhoods and tenements
Hull house settlement houses founded by Jane Addams to help new immigrants to America
Political machines gained power by attending to the needs of new immigrants (jobs, housing)
Chinese and Irish immigrants faced a lot of.... ....discrimination
Challenges faced by cities include..... tenements and ghettos, political corruption
Copper and lead were moved to .... ...eastern factories
iron ore deposits were moved to .... ...steel mills
finished products were moved to.... ...national markets
textile industry was located in New England
automobile industry was located in Detroit
racial segregation .... ....separating= the races
American Indians were not considered citizens until 1924
Jim Crow laws were passed to ..... make discrimination against African Americans legal.
Jim Crow laws were characterized by.... unequal opportunities in housing, work, education, and government
Booker T. Washington He believed equality could be achieved through vocational education; accepted social seperation
W.E.B. DuBois He believed in full political. civil, and social rights for African Americans
Negative effects of inductrialization child labor, low wages and long hours, unsafe working conditions
Progressive movement reforms improved safety conditions, reduced work hours, placed restictions on child labor
19th Amendment Women's suffrage - women gained the right to vote
Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony worked for women's suffrage
Temperance movement composed of groups opposed to the making and consuming of alcohol
18th Amendment prohibited the manufacture, sale, and transport of alchohic beverages
John D. Rockefeller oil industry
Andrew Carnegie steel industry
Cornelius Vanderbilt Shipping and railroad industry
What did mechanization do for farms? It reduced the farm labor needs and increased production
Industrialization provided access to consumer goods an example of this is the mail order catalog
access to raw materials and energy sources.. ...resulted in the growth the industry
Created by: Vmcinturff