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History chapter 21

Lesson 3

TermDefinition
Sophia Smith Founder of smith college in Massachusetts
Temperance Avoidance of alcohol
Women's Christian temperance union (WCTU) Fought for adoption of local and state restricting the sale of alcohol
Frances Willard Leader of the WCTU
Cary Nation Became famous for storming into saloons with a hatchet and smashing liquor bottles
18th Amendment Banning the production, sale, and transportation of alcohol
Suffrage Right to vote
Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony Founded the National American Women Suffrage Association(NAWSA) to promote the cause of women's suffrage
Carrie Chapman Catt Became president of the NAWSA
Alice Paul Founded the NWP
National Women's Party (NWP) Used parades, public demonstration, picketing, and hunger strikes to draw attention to suffrage cause
19th Amendment Granted women the right to vote
Booker T. Washington one of the most important African American leaders that was born into slavery
Ida B. Wells journalist that spoke out against discrimination and wrote about unequal education available to African Americans
W.E.B Du Bois took a direct approach to fighting racial injustice and helped found the (NAACP)
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) organization that called for economic and educational equality for African Americans
Guinn VS Unite States made the grandfather clause illegal
National Urban League aided many African Americans moving from the south by helping them find jobs and houses in the north
Dr. George Edmund Hayes found the National Urban League
Carlos Montezuna and Charles Eastman Native people that believed integration into white society would end native american poverty
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