Limit the number of immigrants entering the country.
Assimilate people of various cultures into the dominant culture.
Improve the living conditions in America's largest cities.
Encourage people to move from the country to the city.
Bribing a government official.
Assassinating a public official.
Saying one thing and doing another.
Appointing a friend to a political position.
Applicants for government jobs to pass examinations.
Native-born Americans to treat immigrants with courtesy.
Government workers to renounce all party loyalties.
Cities to provide services such as clean water to their residents.
Decrease Chinese immigration.
Create segregated classrooms.
Settle a disagreement between China and the United States.
Stop Chinese Americans from attending school in the United States.
A famous settlement house
A New York Customs House.
A New York City political machine.
The federal courthouse in New York City.
Rising ten or more stories high.
Combining air vents with trash disposal areas.
Sharing side walls with other buildings.
Enclosing a park shared by several buildings.
The spoils system.
Civil service reform.
It had one main industry.
It specialized in a regional product.
It owed its prosperity to the railroads.
It was built by a company to house its workers.
The accumulation of wealth
The Pullman factory
The Triangle Shirtwaist Factory
Carnegie Steel's Homestead Plant
They were socialists.
They were federal troops.
They were part of management.
They were workers used to break strikes.
Cheap electric power
Fire safety standards
The invention of the elevator
New methods of making steel
Interstate commerce interstate commerce interstate commerce
Radical unionists and socialists
Female workers in the dressmaking trade
Railroad workers, both skilled and unskilled
African-American workers, both skilled and unskilled
The imprisonment of company officials
The passage of the Sherman Antitrust Act
The adoption of equal wages for men and women
Changes in local labor laws for women and children
To build new railroads
To destroy the railroad industry
To lower excessive railroad rates
To increase the power of railroads
The Treaty of Fort Laramie
The death of Sitting Bull
The Sand Creek Massacre
The massacre at Wounded Knee
White settlers began wanting the land on the Plains.
Native Americans refused to remain on the Plains.
Native American populations decreased and needed less land.
The Plains failed to meet the needs of Native American peoples.
European immigrants who settled on the Great Plains
Plains Indians forced onto reservations in the 1800s
Former slaves from the South who settled on the Great Plains
Cowboys who worked long drives in the summer and odd jobs in the winter
The land was too difficult to farm.
Few settlers wanted to move West at the time.
Most of it was taken by people seeking profits.
The government put too many restrictions on its use.
It would put more money in circulation.
It would make the nation's money supply safer.
It would lower the prices of seed and farm machinery.
It would allow them to profit from the mineral rights on their land.
A tight money supply
A shrinking supply of farm land
The Panic of 1893
The founding of the Grange
The "Cross of Gold" speech
The election of William McKinley
Thomas Alva Edison
Edwin L. Drake