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Title: Opening Splash


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Jeopardy!
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Industry
Vocab
Reforms
Immigrants
This N That
Famous People
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Famous People -100 Captain of the steel industry
C1-100
Andrew Carnegie
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Famous People - 200He was creator of the
sleeping railroad car
C1-200
George Pullman
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Famous People - 300 He was the inventor of the
process to make steel
C1-300
Henry Bessemer
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Famous People - 400Noted reformer President
who implemented the Meat Inspection Act
C1-400
Teddy Roosevelt
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Famous People - 500Progressive era journalists
who were willing to expose the corruption of U.S.
society.
C1-500
Muckrakers
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Industry - 100 The growth of industry after
the Civil War into the 1900s made people migrate
here
C2-100
Urban centers
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Industry - 200These Americans disliked
immigrants because they were a threat to their
job positions
C2-200
Nativists
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Industry - 300In this system, a factory
worker created one part only in the whole of the
product
C2-300
specialization
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Industry - 400 During the Gilded Age, an
unofficial organization designed to keep a
particular party or group in power.
C2-400
Political machines
12
Industry - 500 Act which made it illegal to
create monopolies or trusts
C2-500
Sherman Antitrust Act
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Vocab - 100Move from farms, into the cities,
which came from the growth of factories.
C3-100
Industrialization
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Vocab - 200Chinese immigrants were recruited
to build this
C3-200
Transcontinental Railroad
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Vocab - 300Farmers in the 1890s would most
likely vote for this political party
C3-300
The Populist party
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Vocab - 400Standard Oil used this business
practice to control a group of companies in one
industry as if they were a single company
C3-400
Trusts
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Vocab - 500Movement that negatively encouraged
recent immigrants to forget their own cultural
traditions
C3-500
Americanization movement
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Reforms - 100 This movement sprang from
religious ideals
C4-100
Social Gospel movement
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Reforms - 200 This movement sprang from the
theory of evolution
C3-200
Social Darwinism
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Reforms - 300 A process created during the
Progressive Era by which citizens could propose
legislative measures by obtaining signatures on a
petition
C3-300
initiative
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Reforms - 400Industrial consolidation and
trusts reduced this during the 1800s
C3-400
competition
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Reforms - 500One way in which US Government
tried to facilitate the growth of domestic
industry.
C3-500
High tariffs on imports
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Immigrants - 100Place of arrival and entry for
most immigrants from Eastern Europe during
Industrialization
C4-100
Ellis Island
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Immigration- 200 Place of arrival and entry
for most immigrants from Asia during
Industrialization
C4-200
Angel Island
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Immigration- 300 In 1882, this act would not
allow Chinese to immigrate to the U.S.
C4-300
Chinese Exclusion Act
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Immigration- 400Main goal of the
Americanization movement
C4-400
assimilation
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Immigration - 500Low cost apartment buildings
designed to house as many immigrant families as
possible
C4-500
tenements
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This N That - 100 Policy that says government
should play a very limited role in business
C4-100
Laissez faire
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This N That - 200Favoring native-born
Americans
C4-200
nativism
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This N That - 300Covered with a thin layer
of gold
C4-300
Gilded Age
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This N That - 400Government body with the
power to enforce legislation regulating railroad
rates
C4-400
Interstate Commerce Commission
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This N That - 500 Which business practice
involves buying out of raw material producers and
distributors?
C4-500
Vertical integration
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