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unit 8 flash cards

U.S. history

90.Archduke Franz Ferdinand Heir to the Austria-Hungary throne;his assassination is labeled as the cause of the wwi.
89.Woodrow Willson U.S. president during wwi
88.Alonzo Herndon former slave who became wealthy.First as a barber and the owner of an insurance company.
87.Booker T. Washington. Respected civil rights leader who founded the Tuskeggee instute in Alabama;gave the Atlanta Compromise Speech.
86.W.E.B Dubois black leader who felt "action"was necessary to achieve civil rights for blacks.
85.Rebecca Latimer Felton Disagreed with the Boubon Triumvirate,against the convict lease system, and supported women's suffrage.
84.Tom Watson Populist leader from GA.; responsible for free Rural Delivery of mail.
83.Henry Grady New-paper editor who believed the "New South" should rely lesson agriculture;hosted the international cotton exposition.
82.Alfred H. Calaquitt Believed blacks needed whites to take care of them, served as the first Democratic governor of GA. after reconstruction;part of the bourbon Triumvirate.
Created by: catherine.haydu