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Realism / Naturalism

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Who wrote Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl Harriet Jacobs
Who wrote Madam Bovary Flaubert
Who wrote How the Other Half Lives Jacob Riis
Who wrote The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn Mark Twain
Who wrote My Antonia Willa Cather
Who wrote War and Peace Tolstoy
Who wrote The Human Condition Balzac
Who wrote Uncle Tom’s Cabin Harriet Beecher Stowe
Who wrote ”The Village Blacksmith” Longfellow
Who wrote Mill on the Floss George Eliot
Who wrote The Warden Trollope
Who wrote The Life and Strange Surprising Adventures of Robinson Crusoe, Mariner Daniel Defoe
Who is Isabella Baumfree Sojourner Truth
Who was the most prominent American poet between 1890 and 1910 Edwin Arlington Robinson
What provided legislation under which settlers could purchase 160 acres for $1.25 per acre The Homestead Act
What act allowed owners of escaped slaves to travel into free states to reclaim their “property” The Fugitive Slave Act
What work tells the story of a young woman who escapes her abusive owner and her life in bondage as a fugitive Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl
This photojournalist documented living conditions of New York City’s poor Jacob Riis
Who was the police commissioner of New York City during this time Teddy Roosevelt
The two books praised for their profound psychological insight The Warden and The Mill on the Floss
This is the story of a bored, discontented woman who longs for a life of romance and glamour Madame Bovary
This work was considered “trashy,” “vulgar,” and “obscene” at the time of publication The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn
To whom was Lincoln referring when he stated, “So this is the little woman that started this big war” Harriet Beecher Stowe
What type of characters did realistic writers prefer Ordinary ones
Which novel is considered to be the first English novel Robinson Crusoe
Who founded Tuskegee Institute Booker T. Washington
How many students were enrolled in Tuskegee Institute at the time of the founder’s death 1500
At the time of the founder’s death, how much money was Tuskegee Institute’s endowment $2 million
The Tuskegee Institute advocated what type instruction over academic pursuits for the betterment of African Americans immediately after the Civil War Vocational
About what three subjects did Sojourner Truth speak in support of during her travels Religion, abolition, feminism
What were the cash crops in the South Tobacco, sugar cane, cotton
For what three things did the South depend on the North prior to the Civil War Manufacturing, financial, commercial services
What was the range of the smoothbore musket 100 yards
What was the approximate range of the new rifles some used during the Civil War Half mile
What is the name of the famous photographer who chronicled the Civil War through photographs actually taken on the battlefield Matthew Brady
How many pictures did the famous Civil War war photographer take 3500
What is the name of the battle which marked the final victory for the Lakota The Battle of Little Bighorn
For what did Southerners fight the Civil War other than to defend the institution of slavery States’ rights
What percentage of the population in the South did slaves account for 33%
What is that total number of actual people 4 million
What did Civil War surgeons often use to sharpen their scalpels Boot soles
What two decades marked the push westward for Americans looking for a better place to settle 1840s and 1850s
What legislation provided for settlers’ purchase of 160 acres provided settlers promised to plant 40 of those acres in trees Timber Culture Act
What is the name of the battle which marked the final defeat of the Lakota Nation Wounded Knee
How many copies of the first edition of Uncle Tom’s Cabin sold out during the first 24 hours 5,000
What famous American woman’s bravery and dedication to others during the Civil War turned into the largest volunteer organization even today Clara Barton
What is the name of that volunteer organization today Red Cross
What type warfare used by Civil War generals prior to the end of the war foreshadowed its extensive use in World War I trench
What accounted for the large number of casualties in the early days of the Civil War Generals failed to adapt their tactics
Who wrote O, Pioneers Willa Cather
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