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chapter 7 test

social study

gilded age late 19th century 1800's age of prosperity for a few and corruption for other
Andrew Carnegie discovered the process of turning iron into steel also an entrepreneur
John D. Rockefeller created standard oil company also an entrepreneur
Joe Jackson also known as Shoeless Joe Jackson was a mill worker since he was young he worked at brandon mill factory became an amazing baseball player all this was in Greenville
Wade Hampton democratic governor who had followers called burdens
the burbons people who wanted to go back to the antebellum period
james weaver a pupils ran and lost in 1892 election first pupils to run for president
grover cleveland winner of the 1892 election 22nd president
benjamin tillman pushed for agricultural education farmer from edgefield, south carolina blamed Hampton and his bourbons for farmers problems followers were called reformers
thomas clemson calhoun's son in law who helped establish clemson university
theodore roosevelt was a progressive president who created the square deal protected consumers and environment conservation made the meat inspection act and the pure food and drug act
william howard taft he insured the 16th and 17th amendment and created the federal children's bureau and the department of labor
woodrow wilson created new freedom wanted to attack tariffs and bunks creates the federal resources and the stores of grain
kate vixon wofford 1st female superintendent
monopoly a company that has total control of an industry
labor union organization group to protect workers
the grange organization farmers into groups to improve their lives
entrepreneurs a business person willing to take risks by investing in and managing new businesses
promontory point, utah where the union pacific and central pacific railroad met
mill villages modeled after northern mill towns & where the mill workers lived
disenfranchise to deprive someone of opportunity, especially of the right to vote
tillman's nickname for the senital military dude factory
populist party farmers alliance organized a new party
colleges' original and current names that tillman founded winthrope training school- winthrope university clemson agricultural college
constitution of 1895 pay poll tax 6 months before voting, no voting rights for people who committed a crime, lertricy test
jim crow laws a black person must step aside to let a white person pass by
plessy v.s. ferguson supreme court case that said seprate but equal facilities for blacks and whites (but they ignored the "equal" part)
progressives did not like laissez faire and demanded the gov't work for the people
laissez faire french phrase meaning "let alone"
3 successful reforms of the progressives initiative (citizens propose laws), referendum (citizens vote for laws), recall (citizens can remove an elected official from office)
the jungle book that told about the unsanitary conditions of the meat packing industry
prohibition banding alcohol
16th amendment federal income tax
17th amendment direct election of senators
18th amendment prohibition
19th amendment voting rights for women (1920)
dispensary system state gov"t in control of alcohol
3 things farmers alliance wanted lower interest rates, gov't control of railroads, help marketing their crops
sc child labor law in 1903 could not work under the age of 10
sc child labor law in 1937 could not work under the age of 16
3 ways the gov't attempted to keep blacks from voting the 8 box law pole tax law the granfather law
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