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The rise of cities and industry ________.
Building the new skyscrapers depended on ________.
In 1894, the Immigration Restriction League demanded a literacy test for immigrants from ________.
As the "new immigrants" entered the American society, they ________.
The most famous political machine of the late nineteenth century was ________.
In the Victorian code of morality, ________.
If an American became ill in the 1870s, ________.
Most American churchgoers in the 1880s _________.
The middle-class wives and children of the late nineteenth century ________.
The "new woman" of the 1880s and 1890s________.
In the late nineteenth century, ________.
In the 1880s and 1890s, the common-law doctrine of femme couverte ________.
A founder of the National American Woman Suffrage Association was ________.
Public schools in the 1870s and the 1880s ________.
A major difference between northern and southern schools was that ________.
A major change in the college curriculum of the late nineteenth century was to ________.
Which of these was the result of Jim Crow laws?
As a young lawyer, Clarence Darrow believed that ________.
________ wrote the book Looking Backward, which described a future of socialism in America.
Jane Addams was the founder of ________.
Which statement about late nineteenth-century immigrants is NOT true?
Why was mainstream society troubled by the influx of new immigrants in the 1880s?
How did immigrant families compare to native-born families in the late nineteenth century?
What was one consequence of the urban growth of the late nineteenth century?
Which of the following was NOT a reason that urban political machines stayed in power?
Which statement about American life in the late nineteenth century is NOT true?
Significant medical developments in Victorian America included all of the following EXCEPT ________.
Why did reformers turn their attention to prohibiting the sale of alcoholic beverages in the nineteenth century?
What did the popularity of sports in the United States indicate?
What was the significance of the decline in fertility rates in America between 1800 and 1939?
Which of the following authors argued that the American ideal of women's "innocence" really meant their ignorance?
What was a result of the Supreme Court's Plessy v. Ferguson decision?
Educational changes in the years 1877 to 1900 did NOT include ________.
Changes in higher education included all of the following EXCEPT ________.
How did the focus of higher education change between 1880s and 1900s?
Which of the following places events in the correct chronological order?
Why did many whites support Booker T. Washington's Atlanta Compromise?
Which of these was true of the experience of African Americans in the period from about 1870 to 1890?
What did Henry George propose as a solution to poverty in the modern society?
Why were many women part of the settlement house reform movement?
Why did some immigrants resist the settlement house movement?
How did working-class families and middle-class families experience urbanization and industrialization differently?
How did the role of children in American society change in the late nineteenth century?