A law that was made in 1883.
A payment made by the government to encourage the development of certain key industries.
Term coined by Mark Twain to describe the post-Reconstruction era.
The governments non elected workers.
The number of immigrants increased steadily every decade.
The number of immigrants stayed constant.
Immigration increased steadily and then fell to near zero.
The number of immigrants declined steadily.
The city raised taxes and set up offices to deal with peoples needs.
People made up the population of the cities.
Competition among groups for control and immigrants moving in to new places.
Fast growing cities.
No food to eat and no houses to live in.
Big areas of land and great amounts of farmlands.
Very rich houses holds a lot of people.
Low cost apartment buildings designed to house as many families as the owner could pack in.
Statue of Liberty
A bunch of money
Helped many immigrants find work
Were free of corruption
Fought against all discrimination
Opposed the sale of alcohol
Favoring the unions over big business
Favoring native born Americans over immigrants
Increased immigration from Europe and Asia
Policies favoring Native Americans
For American railroad companies
On western farms
On cotton plantations
In Midwestern factories
Force railroad companies to keep their rates secret
Eliminate unfair practices by powerful railroad companies
Allow railroad workers to form their own unions
Make railroads rise wages for their workers
Chinese Exclusion Act
Mulbery vs. Madison
Imigration Restriction Act
Munn vs. Illinois