APUSH Unit 11 Terms

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middle-class woman who was deeply dedicated to uplifting the urban masses. She was one...
 
Jane Addams
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armed with the insights of socialism and endowed with the voice of an actress, she was...
 
Florence Kelley
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she founded the Church of Christ, Scientist (Christian Science) in 1879, after she had...
 
Mary Baker Eddy
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he published a volume called the On Origin of the Species. His theory of evolution argued...
 
Charles Darwin
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he developed a plan for bettering the lots of blacks. His commitment to training young blacks...
 
Booker T. Washington
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the first African American to earn a PhD at Harvard. He demanded complete equality for...
 
W. E. B. Du Bois
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he made a large impact in psychology through his numerous writings. He was one of America’s...
 
William James
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he was a journalist-author who was an original thinker who left an enduring mark. Poor...
 
Henry George
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he wrote rags-to-riches stories, usually about a good boy that made good. They all championed...
 
Horatio Alger
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his original name was Samuel Langhorne Clemens. He traveled through the West and wrote...
 
Mark Twain
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she was a feminist who published Women and Economics,...
 
Charlotte Perkins Gilman
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she took command of the suffrage battle. Under her, the suffragists de-emphasized the...
 
Carrie Chapman Catt
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he was an urban Catholic leader devoted to American unity, who was immensely popular with Roman...
 
Cardinal James Gibbons
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a former Chicago shoe salesmen. He was a country boy who made good in the big city. Proclaiming...
 
Dwight L. Moody
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a chain of roughly adjacent metropolitan areas.
 
 megalopolis
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a place where immigrants came for counseling, literacy training, child care, and cultural...
 
 settlement house
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antiforeignism. These people worried that the original Anglo-Saxon population would soon...
 
Nativism
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came from Charles Darwin's On the Origin of Species....
 
evolution
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the most famous work of William James in 1907. The concept of pragmatism held that...
 
pragmatism
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the name given to the colorful comics written by Joseph Pulitzer, comics that featured...
 
yellow journalism
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Eastern and Southern Europeans. They came for the same reasons as the Old Immigrants,...
 
New Immigration
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an idea proposed by Protestant clergymen Walter Rauschenbusch and Washington Gladden that...
 
social gospel
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the most prominent (though not the first) American settlement house founded by Jane Addams.
 
Hull House
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They were an Antiforeign organization like the "Know Nothings" before the Civil War. Created...
 
American Protective Association
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soldiers that invaded America from England in 1879 without swords and established a beachhead...
 
. Salvation Army
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the founding of adult school. Public lectures held in tents featuring well known speakers...
 
. Chautauqua movement
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law passed in 1862 after the South seceded to provide a generous grant of public lands...
 
Morrill Act
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self appointed defender of sexual purity (Anthony Comstock) boasted that he had confiscated...
 
Comstock Law
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organized in 1874 to combat female alcoholism
 
Women's Christian Temperance Union
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took refuge north of the border after the Battle of Little Bighorn. Chief Joseph hoped...
 
Sitting Bull
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led a "scientific" expedition into the Black Hills of South Dakota (part of the Sioux...
 
George A. Custer
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surrendered the band of Nez Percé Indians to U.S. authorities in 1877 after a three month trek...
 
Chief Joseph
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In 1851 Mexican troops killed his mother, wife, and three of his children initiating his...
 
Geronimo
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a Massachusetts writer of children's books who published  
Helen Hunt Jackson
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A geologist and explorer of the Colorado River’s Grand Canyon. He was the director of...
 
John Wesley Powell
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The leading spirit of The National Grange of the Patrons of Husbandry. He was a Minnesota...
 
Oliver H. Kelley
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He wrote a popular pamphlet titled Coin’s Financial...
 
William Hope Harvey:
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The queen of the Populist “calamity howlers.” She was known as the “Kansas Pythoness.”...
 
Mary Elizabeth Lease
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He wrote an essay titled “The Significance of the Frontier in American History” in...
 
Frederick Jackson Turner
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He was a general during the Civil War. He was chosen as the presidential candidate of...
 
James B. Weaver
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The most famous marcher. He set out for Washington in 1894 with a few score of supporters...
 
Jacob S. Coxey
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A charismatic labor leader. He helped organize the American Railway Union of about 150,000...
 
Eugene V. Debs
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Leading candidate for the Republican presidential nomination in 1896. He was a former...
 
William McKinley
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He fought to get William McKinley the Republican nomination for president. He used the...
 
Marcus Alonzo Hanna
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lasted from 1876-1877. These were spectacular clashes between the Sioux Indians and white men....
 
Sioux Wars
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A band if Indians in northeastern Oregon. They were goaded into to flight, when US authorities...
 
Nez Percé
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Native American-Indian tribe; 1870's; group from Arizona and New Mexico led by Geronimo...
 
Apache
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A cult that tried to call the spirits of past warriors to inspire the young braves to...
 
Ghost Dance
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A group of white Christian reformist tried to bring Christian beliefs on to the Indians....
 
Battle of Wounded Knee
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1887, dismantled American Indian tribes, set up individuals as family heads with 160 acres,...
 
. Dawes Severalty Act
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In 1876, Colonel George A. Custer and 260 of his men were killed by Sioux Indians led...
 
. Little Big Horn
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The Native American term for African-American soldiers in the West
 
Buffalo Soldiers
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This discovery of gold and silver caused an explosion in the population of Nevada. The...
 
Comstock Lode
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the practice of driving cattle over unpopulated western plains to a railroad to be shipped...
 
Long Drive
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this law allowed settlers to acquire land live on it for five years, improving it (farming,...
 
Homestead Act
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this refers to the state of Oklahoma. When the government decided to allow settlement...
 
Sooner State
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The idea that when hard times came the unemployed moved west and became prosperous farmers....
 
safety-valve theory
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– large farms that grew only one crop, usually wheat. Through these farming became more...
 
Bonanza farms
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an organization of farmers that began in 1867. Its objectives centered around improving...
 
National Grange
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these laws attempted to recognize the principle of public control over private business...
 
Granger laws
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this organization was founded in the late 1870sto advocate farmers. They were somewhat...
 
Farmers' Alliance
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mostly advocated for the farmers (later on incorporated urban workers with some success) and...
 
Populist (People's) Party
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this famous march was lead by Jacob S. Coxly who intended to invade Washington and give...
 
Coxey's Army
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this railroad worker strike stopped all railroad traffic from Chicago, where it was located,...
 
Pullman Strike
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William Jennings Bryan made this speech. In it he advocated the use of silver. He was...
 
Cross of Gold speech
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this was the proposed ratio of silver to gold that the Populist-Democrats advocated. It...
 
"16 to 1"
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the political system that began after the 1896 elections. It was a long reign of Republican...
 
fourth party system"
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this was rammed through the House in 1897 and increases tariffs to counter the tariff...
 
. Dingley Tariff bill
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this law provided that paper money could be freely exchanged with gold.
 
Gold Standard Act


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