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Unit 2 Part 2 Guide

What did Sarah Winnemucca do? was a Northern Paiute author, activist and educator. ... She also served US forces as a messenger, interpreter, and guide, and as a teacher for imprisoned Native Americans.
What did Secretary of State purchase in 1867? On March 30, 1867, the United States reached an agreement to purchase Alaska from Russia for a price of $7.2 million. The Treaty with Russia was negotiated and signed by Secretary of State William Seward and Russian Minister to the United States.
What reservation did the U.S. Army lead the Navajo to in 1864?
What invention created new jobs for women? The telegraph and telephone and typewriter.
What is a Monopoly? the exclusive possession or control of the supply or trade in a commodity or service. "his likely motive was to protect his regional monopoly on furs"
What did the Sherman Antitrust Act outlaw?
Did the poor, working class Americans stay poor or get become middle class?
What is Yellow Journalism? Yellow journalism, or the yellow press, is a US term for a type of journalism that presents little or no legitimate well-researched news and instead uses eye-catching headlines to sell more newspapers
What did political bosses do to gain power and wealth? an informal political group designed to gain and keep power, came about because cities grew much faster then their governments. party bosses. they ran the .... San Francisco Board of Education do in October 1906 ...
What did the Populist party fight for? In 1896, while the Republican party adhered to the "sound money" platform, the Populists kept intact their platform of 1892; the Democratic party, however, adopted the plank of free coinage of silver and nominated William Jennings Bryan for President.
Did railroad owners agree with the Interstate Commerce Act? Approved on February 4, 1887, the Interstate Commerce Act created an Interstate Commerce Commission to oversee the conduct of the railroad industry. ... In 1887 Congress passed the Interstate Commerce Act, making the railroads the first industries.
What did the United States government do with most of the treaties that they made with Native Americans? Published Government Sources Relating to Native Americans provides information about treaties, policies, Congressional hearings and debates, and the U.S. Senate records related to Indian treaties are described in Guide to Records.
What did American laborers dot to fight for better working conditions? Such labor unions were not notably successful in organizing large numbers of workers in the late 19th century. Still, unions were able to organize a variety of strikes and other work stoppages that served to publicize their grievances.
What did the Civil Service Commission do? The United States Civil Service Commission was a government agency of the federal government of the United States and was created to select employees of federal government on merit rather than relationship they wanted the ma-rite
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