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Title: The New South and the Progressive Era


1
The New South and the Progressive Era
  • October 28, 2013

2
The New South and the Progressive Era
  • SS8H7a Evaluate the impact of the Bourbon
    Triumvirate, Henry Grady, International Cotton
    Exposition, Tom Watson and the Populist, Rebecca
    Latimer Felton, the 1906 Atlanta Riot, the Leo
    Frank Case, and the county unit system had on
    Georgia during this period

3
Georgias Redemption Years
  • __________________ is the term used to describe
    the years after ______________ in Georgia
  • Georgia needed to redeem themselves from the
    hardships they had faced
  • The job fell to 3 ____________ Joseph E. Brown,
    Alfred H. Colquitt, and John B. Gordon
  • They all wanted stronger __________ ties with the
    industrial North, while at the same time keeping
    old Southern __________ like _________________
    (the belief that the white race is superior to
    any others)

4
The Bourbon Triumvirate
  • Brown, Colquitt, and Gordon were called the
    _____________________
  • Bourbon was the last name of a line of French
    kings that ruled France for over 200 years
  • A triumvirate is a ruling body made up of ____
    people
  • So because these 3 were leaders in various ways
    for almost _________, they were called the
    Bourbon Triumvirate

5
Joseph E. Brown
  • First elected to the Georgia ______________ in
    1849
  • He was elected ___________ of Georgia in 1857,
    and fought for _____________
  • He guided the state through the __________, but
    lost much of his popularity during Reconstruction
  • He left the governors office in 1865 when the
    U.S. government appointed a new Georgia governor
  • He remained in politics, eventually joining the
    ______________ in 1880 where he stayed until 1891

6
Alfred H. Colquitt
  • In 1849, he was elected to the Georgia
    _________________
  • He served in Congress and Georgias ___________
    convention before the Civil War
  • He was elected __________ of Georgia in 1876 and
    served until 1882
  • During his time as governor, the states _____
    was _________, and in 1877, a new state
    ____________ was approved

7
John B. Gordon
  • Was a Lieutenant General in the Civil War
  • In 1872, he was elected to the ________________
  • In 1880, he resigned and went to the work for the
    __________
  • In 1886, he began the first of two terms as
    Georgias ___________
  • While governor, he _________ the states _____
    and brought new __________ to the area

8
The New South
  • After the Redemption Years, came the time period
    known as the ___________ era
  • The New South no longer focused solely on
    ___________ for its ___________
  • _________ was __________ in the New South
  • _____ relations were ___________ and
    African-Americans were becoming important to
    developing the New South
  • The biggest advocate of the New South was
    ________________

9
Henry Grady
  • Known as the ______ of the New South
  • He was the managing editor for Atlantas
    newspaper, the Atlanta Constitution
  • He visited _________ cities and spoke about the
    New South to encourage ____________ between the
    North and South
  • He helped bring _____, ____________, and
    ____________ to Georgias economy
  • He was one of the principal _________ for the
    International Cotton States Exposition

10
International Cotton States Exposition
  • In _____, Atlanta hosted 800,000 visitors as a
    way to showcase the ___________ recovery of the
    South (in which _______ played a huge role)
  • It was also used to ____________ the regions
    __________ resources and to lure northern
    investors
  • Visitors saw new ___________ and learned how
    cotton was made into marketable products

11
Populism
  • ___________ is the political philosophy that
    supports the ______ and _______ of the people in
    their _________ against the privileged ______
  • Populists were a ___________ party that emerged
    in the late ______ to fight for the rights of the
    _____
  • A controversial national leader of the group was
    Georgian ______________

12
Tom Watson
  • He was elected to Georgias congress in _____
  • He was concerned about Georgias poor and
    struggling __________, both white and black
  • He believed that reform could be possible if both
    groups worked ____________
  • He lost his ___________ in Georgia when he became
    a Populist and wasnt able to ______ any more
    elections until he returned to the
    _______________ party
  • He changed his stance on ______________, opposing
    rights for African-Americans, Catholics, and Jews
  • He was elected to the U.S. Senate in 1920, but
    died 2 years later

13
The Progressive Era 1890-1920
  • Progressivism focused on a large number of
    ______________________________ reforms
  • They wanted to outlaw the sale of _________,
    regulate child labor, restrict immigration, and
    ensure healthy food and drinking water
  • They also wanted to give the _______ more control
    over ______________ by changing _______, as well
    as give ________ the right to vote

14
Rebecca Latimer Felton
  • A tireless worker for ___________________,
    Felton, along with her husband, were two of
    Georgias most prominent Progressives
  • She worked for _____________________ (the right
    to vote) and the _____________ movement
    (anti-alcohol)
  • She wrote for the Atlanta Journal where she
    shared her ideas
  • She is best known as being the first woman in the
    _____________
  • She was appointed by the Georgias governor to
    take over Tom Watsons seat after he passed away

15
The County Unit System
  • One of the issues Progressives fought for was for
    the ________ to play a larger role in
    _______________
  • They accomplished this in Georgia by passing the
    ___________________ in 1917 which established the
    ____________________
  • This system allowed _________, less populated
    counties to have the same ________ and influence
    in terms of ________ as the ________ counties
  • It remained in effect until 1962

16
Prohibition
  • Another cause of the Progressives was the
    _____________ movement, or the banning of
    ________
  • They accomplished this in _____, with the passing
    of the ________________ to the U.S. Constitution
    which banned the manufacture and sale of
    intoxicating liquors
  • Enforcing the law proved _____________ and the
    Amendment was __________ in ______ with the
    passing of the ___________________
  • This is the only time an amendment has been
    repealed

17
Womens Suffrage
  • The Womens Suffrage Movement (womens right to
    _____) began to gain steam after the Civil War
  • It was picked up by the Progressives and
    eventually argued for by Progressive President
    __________________
  • The movement worked, and in _____, the
    _________________ was passed, which stated that
    the right to vote will not be denied by the U.S.
    or any state based on gender

18
Questions
  • 1) What does the term Redemption Years
    describe?
  • 2) Who were the members of the Bourbon
    Triumvirate?
  • 3) What did Joseph Brown fight for when he was
    Georgias governor?
  • 4) What did Alfred Colquitt accomplish for
    Georgia when he was governor?
  • 5) What did John Gordon accomplish for Georgia
    when he was governor?
  • 6) What is the New South?
  • 7) Who was the biggest advocate of the New South?
  • 8) How did Henry Grady help Georgia during the
    New South years?
  • 9) What was the purpose of the International
    Cotton States Exposition?
  • 10) What is Populism?
  • 11) What was Tom Watson concerned with in
    Georgia?
  • 12) When was the Progressive Era?
  • 13) What did the Progressive Movement focus on?
  • 14) What is Rebecca Latimer Felton best known
    for?
  • 15) What did the Neill Primary Act of 1917 do?
  • 16) What was the temperance movement?
  • 17) Which amendment passed Prohibition?

19
Questions, continued
  • 18) Which amendment repealed Prohibition?
  • 19) What is womens suffrage?
  • 20) Which president argued for womens suffrage?
  • 21) Which amendment gave women the right to vote?

20
Questions
  • 1) What does the term Redemption Years
    describe?
  • 2) Who were the members of the Bourbon
    Triumvirate?
  • 3) What did Joseph Brown fight for when he was
    Georgias governor?
  • 4) What did Alfred Colquitt accomplish for
    Georgia when he was governor?
  • 5) What did John Gordon accomplish for Georgia
    when he was governor?
  • 6) What is the New South?
  • 7) Who was the biggest advocate of the New South?
  • 8) How did Henry Grady help Georgia during the
    New South years?
  • 9) What was the purpose of the International
    Cotton States Exposition?
  • 10) What is Populism?
  • 11) What was Tom Watson concerned with in
    Georgia?
  • 12) When was the Progressive Era?
  • 13) What did the Progressive Movement focus on?
  • 14) What is Rebecca Latimer Felton best known
    for?
  • 15) What did the Neill Primary Act of 1917 do?
  • 16) What was the temperance movement?
  • 17) Which amendment passed Prohibition?

21
Questions, continued
  • 18) Which amendment repealed Prohibition?
  • 19) What is womens suffrage?
  • 20) Which president argued for womens suffrage?
  • 21) Which amendment gave women the right to vote?

22
Questions
  • 1) What does the term Redemption Years
    describe?
  • 2) Who were the members of the Bourbon
    Triumvirate?
  • 3) What did Joseph Brown fight for when he was
    Georgias governor?
  • 4) What did Alfred Colquitt accomplish for
    Georgia when he was governor?
  • 5) What did John Gordon accomplish for Georgia
    when he was governor?
  • 6) What is the New South?
  • 7) Who was the biggest advocate of the New South?
  • 8) How did Henry Grady help Georgia during the
    New South years?
  • 9) What was the purpose of the International
    Cotton States Exposition?
  • 10) What is Populism?
  • 11) What was Tom Watson concerned with in
    Georgia?
  • 12) When was the Progressive Era?
  • 13) What did the Progressive Movement focus on?
  • 14) What is Rebecca Latimer Felton best known
    for?
  • 15) What did the Neill Primary Act of 1917 do?
  • 16) What was the temperance movement?
  • 17) Which amendment passed Prohibition?

23
Questions, continued
  • 18) Which amendment repealed Prohibition?
  • 19) What is womens suffrage?
  • 20) Which president argued for womens suffrage?
  • 21) Which amendment gave women the right to vote?
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