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The New South Test
ms sessa's new south era test-march
|Who was the former slave that opened up a successful barber shop in Atlanta and established the Atlanta Life Insurance Agency?
|Who was the New South Era poet and author who wrote "The Song of the Chattahoochee" and "The Marshes of Glynn", wrote the official cantata for America's 100th birthday
|Who was the famous new south author who worked at the Atlanta Constitution with Henry Grady, compiled stories told to him by former slaves, and wrote the Uncle Remus tales.
|Joel Chandler Harris
|Who established the first Ladies Garden Club in America?
|Who established a highly successful college in Rome, Georgia by using her families former plantation, land, and money?
|Who was the first player to be elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame
|Who founded the American Girl Scouts in Savannah, GA?
|Juliet Gordon Lowe
|Who founded Rich's department store?
|Who founded Coca-Cola?
|What was the first suburb in Georgia?
|What was the first convention held in Atlanta?
|The Cotton States and International Exposition
|Who was the girl who was killed in The National Pencil Factory in 1913?
|Who was the manager of the pencil factory?
|Who was the janitor who killed the girl?
|Who coined the term "New South"?
|Henry W. Grady
|Who was Henry W. Grady?
|journalist for the atlanta journal and a national public speaker
|Who was in the Bourbon Triumvirate?
|joseph brown, alphred colquitt, and john gordon
|what did the bourbon triumvirate stand for?
|white supremacy and industry
|what were some good things the triumvirate did for the state?
|lowered taxes, reduced war debt and expanded industry
|what were some bad things the triumvirate did for the state?
|spread racism and hate, convict lease system and overlooked problems with public facilities
|what were the Feltons' first names?
|Rebecca and William
|what did the Feltons stand for?
|poor people, against convict lease system
|what did Rebecca Felton stand for?
|temperance and suffrage
|what is Rebecca Felton's claim to fame?
|first woman us senator
|What was "The Grange"?
|a social and political force to help farmers
|What political party was Tom Watson for?
|What is Tom Watson's claim to fame?
|the rfd bill
|Ruling body of three
|communities on the outskirts of a city
|the right to vote
|a farm and its buildings
|money that is not legal