World War I
Reforms I
Reforms II
Immigration
Imperialism
100

Global pandemic that killed millions worldwide 

influenza

100

Book written by Upton Sinclair that exposed the filth of the stockyards 

The Jungle

100

Reform movement led by Carrie Nation and Frances Willard that sought to outlaw the manufacture and sale of alcohol

Temperance/Prohibition

100

Areas of "new immigration"

Asia, Southern and Eastern Europe, the Caribbena

100

Nation freed by the U.S. in the Spanish American War

Cuba

200

 International organization created after World War I and dedicated to world peace 

The League of Nations

200

Nickname to journalists who exposed political corruption, shady business practices, poverty 

muckrakers

200
Amendment that gave women the right to vote in national elections

the 19th Amendment

200

Religion that was considered an outsider religion

Roman Catholicism

200

Document that stated that the U.S. would control and police the Caribbean waters

Roosevelt Corollary

300

Direct cause of U.S. entrance into World War I

The Zimmerman Note

300

Leader in the natural preservation of the land 

John Muir

300
Preacher of the Social Gospel

Walter Rauschenbusch

300

The nation that had a total ban on immigration in 1882

China

300

Queen who fought against U.S. colonization and the expansion of sugar plantations. She called for "Hawaii for Hawaiians"

Queen Liluokalani

400

Nickname given African-American 369th unit that held the record for fighting on the front for 191 consecutive days 

Harlem Hellfighters

400

Results of The Jungle 

Better consumer protection with the Pure Food and Drug Act and the Meat Inspection Act

400

Tragic fire in New York City that led to the call of the need for reform and safety in the workplace 

the Triangle Shirtwaist Fire

400

Case that exemplified American fears of anarchy

Sacco and Vanzetti

400

Islands gained from Spain after the Spanish American War


Puerto Rico, Guan, the Philippines

500

Reason for U.S. rejection of the Treaty of Versailles

Fear of the potential loss of U.S. sovereignty with alliances in the League of Nations 

500

Leader of the National Woman's Party who demanded the right to vote and pioneered the Equal Rights Amendment 

Alice Paul

500

Founder of settlement house programs in Chicago that provided services to the people of the city such as kindergarten, and classes for parents, and helped to pass antisweatshop laws

Jane Addams

500

Movement that opposed immigration 

Nativism

500

One reason for the U.S. obtaining new colonial possessions

to train and "civilize" their nations

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