Immigration + Populism + Industrialization + Gilded Age QUIZ!
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An important factor in the rapid development of industry in the United States during the last half of the 19th century was: *
In its approach to union organization, the Knights of Labor officially?
The Interstate Commerce Act of 1887 and the Sherman Anti-Trust Act of 1890 had in common the fact that they?
The Haymarket bombing of May 4, 1886, was important to the labor movement because it?
The United States did NOT restrict immigration during most of the 19th century for all of the following reasons EXCEPT:
Which of the following population trends occurred in the United States from 1860 to 1910?
Political machines spread and thrived in urban areas during the late 19th century because?
The Chinese in America encountered a form of racial prejudice for all of the following reasons EXCEPT?
During the 1860s and 1870s, the Grangers carried out all of the following activities EXCEPT?
Which statement BEST describes many of the reforms proposed by the Populist Party?:
One of the primary beliefs of the Farmers' Alliances was that?:
The basic economic motivation behind the coinage of silver was to?:
Although historians disagree as to their interpretations of Populism, the movement was significant because?:
All of the following joined to create the Populist Party EXCEPT?:
The 1880s movement for the eight-hour working day is usually associated with which of the following labor organizations?:
Which of the following best accounts for the success of Standard Oil?:
Terence V. Powderly, head of the Knights of Labor, advocated?:
The ideas of Social Darwinism allowed men of wealth, like Carnegie and Rockefeller, to?:
Which of the following groups would have been most likely to support Tammany Hall?:
Which of the following statements is LEAST true about immigration to the U. S. between 1880 and 1900?:
One theme of the Gilded Age politics was the?:
The 1896 presidential election marked the last time that?:
Scholars considered the 1896 election "critical" because?:
The "Gospel of Wealth," as advanced by Andrew Carnegie, promoted the concept that people with wealth should?:
J. P. Morgan monitored his competition by placing officers of his bank on the board of companies that he wanted to control. This method was known as a(n)?:
Small Oil Company, Coal Carts, Railroads, Savings Bank, Boat Containing Barrels
The visual best reflects an attempt by Standard Oil to:
The ideas expressed in the visual most directly challenged supporters of laissez-faire by claiming:
The phenomenon depicted in the visual was reflective of the Supreme Court of the late 1800's, which ruled that federal laws ____________ constitutional.
The conditions shown in the image came about most directly as a result of:
The strike which lasted for six months has finished. So many workmen [stayed] out forso long, without starving. We had a terrible struggle, and the chief object of the company was to destroy our union. The company swore that they would not give us more than 86 cents a car, even if they had to keep their works shut for two years. But they had to give way on everything and to give 93 cents a car. A car carries a ton and a half of clean coal...The company got a number of spineless Irish to be blacklegs [strikebreakers] at one of the pits and succeeded in getting hundreds of soldiers to guard them...But as other Irish tended to give way to the turncoats, it was judged that it would be better to compromise, and the struggle was brought to an end.
The sentiments expressed by the author most directly contributed to which of the following actions taken by big business to strikes in the late 1800’s?
Which of the following was a direct reaction to the outcome described by the author by the late 1800’s?
“The Condition Of The Laboring Man At Pullman”, 1894: Capitalism, Monopoly, Plutocracy, Wage SlaveryPullman, Employee
The industry shown in the cartoon most directly contributed to which of the following developments in the late 1800’s?
We began experimentally with street railways twenty years ago. At present, in NewYork, one pair of horses serves to convey one hundred people, on an average, every day at a rate of fare about one-fiftieth of the old hackney coach rates...There have been sixteen patents issued from one office for other new forms of perfectly smooth and nearly noiseless street pavement. An improvement in our sewer system seems near at hand, also, which will add considerably to the comparative advantages of a residence of towns, and especially the more open town suburbs. Experiments indicate that it is feasible to send heated air through a town in pipes like water...a great saving of fuel and trouble in a very difficult department of domestic economy. It is [also] plain that we have scarcely begun to turn to account the advantages offered to townspeople in the electric telegraph.
Frederick Law Olmsted On Urban Life, 1870
Which of the following was a significant effect of the process described by the author?
Here was a congestion the likes of which I had never seen before. Within the narrow limits of one-half square mile were...thirty-five thousand people, living tier upon tier, huddled together until the very heavens seemed to be shut out. These narrow alley-like streets were one mass of litter. The air was laden with soot and dirt. Ill odors arose from every direction. Here were no trees; no parks worthy of the name; no playgrounds other than the dirty streets for children to play on.
Constantine Panunzio Describing An Immigrant Neighborhood In Boston,

Early 1900’s
The argument of the author most closely parallels which of the following trends found in urban areas at this time?
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