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Concepts
100

The inventors of the first airplane also known as the "flying machine."

Who are the Wright Brothers?

100

Laws governing the conduct of free African Americans 

What are Black Codes/Laws?

100

Fill in the blank: ___ manufactures provided rails and parts for railroad cars.

What is steel?

100

The production of this material soared as railroads added 40,000 miles of track

What is iron?

200

This businessman produced the first famous car that would eventually bear his name

Who is Henry Ford?

200

This term means a widely adopted economic system in which there is private ownership of the means of production

What is capitalism?

200

The production of this material developed slowly in late 19th century

What is Iron?

200

This production industry emerged first in Western Pennsylvania and Eastern Ohio.

What is steel?

300

Nicolaus August Otto created a gas-powered engine in  the mid-1860's but this man later perfected an engine that could be used in auto mobiles

Who is Gottfried Daimler?

300

All millionaires were claimed to be this

What is "self-made men?"

300

Fill in the blanks:In 1859, Edwin L. Drake established the first ___ well which was producing 500 barrels of ___ a month

(Note: the two blanks are the exact same word)

What is oil?

300

The steel industry helped create this new and important new industry in the late 19th century

What is oil?

400

This man rose "from rags to riches"

Who is Andrew Carnegie?

400

The application of Charles Darwin's laws of evolution and natural selection among species to human society

What is Social Darwinism?

400

Private property, private control of the factors of production, accumulation of capital, and competition were all aspects of...

What is capitalism?

400

Fill in the blank: The new industrial system was their loss of control over the conditions of their_____.

What is labor?

500

This union leader was the founder of a polyglot association called the National Labor Union

Who is William H. Sylvis?

500

This term originally meant love of humanity or goodwill toward fellow humans, but overtime the term has come to mean large-scale giving by wealthy individuals

What is Philantropy?

500

This idea provided every individual with a chance to succeed and attain great wealth 

What is individualism?

500

This act offered 160 acres of public land to anyone who lived in it and improved it for 5 years

What is the Homestead Act of 1862?

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