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industrial society

American society during industrialization

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What hurt most citizens during this time period? unemployment
Where did most women work? In textile mills.
In 1900, what was the attendance up to in public schools? 15.5 million
What type of bill did President Cleveland veto? A literacy test
What three sports were invented in this era? Baseball, basketball, and football.
What took place of horsecars? Electric trolleys
What origin of class was horse-racing intended for? The upper class
Women were considered __________ if the excelled at a sport. Unfeminine
Social Gospel focused on what? Improving living conditions, rather than saving souls.
The fact that existing residents of an area are better than newcomers is that of what thought? nativism
Created by: walker1999