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Chapter 13 Review

The Common Good

T/F By 1900, Minnesota women had full voting rights. FALSE In 1919, MN women were given the right to vote in a presidential election. In 1920, the 19th amendment was added to the U.S. Constitution to give women the right to vote.
T/F American Indian students were sent to boarding schools, where they had to live away from their families. TRUE
T/F New immigrants were forced to participate in the programs at settlement houses. FALSE. The programs at the settlement houses were optional. Immigrants could choose to participate.
T/F Unsafe drinking water in cities caused diseases that spread quickly and could infect many people. TRUE
T/F African Americans were welcome to work and live wherever they liked in the early 1900s in Minnesota. FALSE. They were not allowed to purchase homes in certain neighborhoods, and sometimes not hired for jobs because they were black.
T/F Forest firets in the late 1800s and early 1900s helped lead to conservation. TRUE
What is suffrage? The right to vote
What is common good? the belief that people should work for social and political changes that benefit everyone
What is Progressive Movement? a movement to solve various social, economic, and political problems through government action
What is a reformer? a person who works for changes they believe will improve society
What is monopoly? total control over the supply of a product or service in a certain market area
What is discrimination? unfair treatment of a person or group based on race, religion, gender, sexual orientation, or ethnic background
What is allotment? a share, or portion, of something that is assigned or given
What is boarding school? a school at which students live, away from their families
What is conservation? planned management of resources
What was Minnesota's first national forest? Chippewa National Forest
Created by: MrsGazdzik



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