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UShist Ch 2 Review 1

UShist Ch 2 Test Review, part 1

Thomas Edison Inventor of the light bulb
Jane Addams Founded the Hull House
John D. Rockefeller Controlled the Oil Industry and established a trust that monopolized the oil-refining industry
Alexander Graham Bell Inventor of the telephone
Ida B. Wells Led an anti-lynching campaign
WEB Du Boise Founded NAACP and challenged discrimination by using the courts
Samuel Gomper President of AFL for 37 years
Eugene Debs Led the American Railway Union in the Pullman Strike
Andrew Carnegie Dominated the steel industry
Booker T. Washington founded the Tuskegee Institute and advocated for African Americans by encouraging education and training
Jim Crow Laws that separated whites and blacks
Haymarket Affair bombing at a labor demonstration in Chicago in 1886
Department Stores where people began shopping in the 1800's
Homestead Strike Caused by Carnegie cutting wages
Chinese Exclusion prevented Chinese immigrants from entering the U.S.
Vaudeville popular form of entertainment during the American Revolution
Created by: Freshmensphs