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Grange cooperatives that helped farmers with costs
Populist Party supported free silver to help drive up crop prices
Western states the first states to grant WOMEN the right to vote
William Jennings Bryan Populist candidate who supported a free silver policy
sod many settlers on the Great Plains built homes made of....
Presidential election of 1896 a time when Democrats and Populists supported William Jennings Bryan
Homestead Act offered 160 acres of free land to anyone who agreed to live on and improve the land for 5 years.
Exodusters African Americans who escaped to the West.
Gold standard backed by the Republican Party, they believed that limiting the supply of money would keep inflation down.
frontier In 1890, the Census Bureau announced that this no longer existed.
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