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Urbanization means 

cities

100

Immigration pull factors were

freedoms, jobs, opportunities 

100

The African American leader that pushed for economic independence 

Washington 

100

What three things introduced by white man negatively influenced native culture

alcohol, firearms, and horses-led to competition and fighting 

100

The Dawes Act tried to make natives

farmers 

200

Major problems in the new cities

sanitation, clean water, disease, crime

200

Immigration push factors were

poverty, crime, persecution 

200

The African American leader that pushed for social and political independence 

DuBois 

200

The massacre of innocent Cheyenne natives in colorado

Sand Creek 

200

the main problem for farmers

debt from overproduction and expensive equipment 

300

The Tweed Ring provided jobs, food, and housing t immigrants for

votes

300

Reasons for nativism

jobs, Anglo-saxonism, religion, radical political ideas

300

The 2 govt. laws that pushed people west

Homestead Act and Pacific Railway Act 

300

The movement by native leaders outlawed by the govt. to encourage native culture

Ghost Dance 

300

a social organization for farmers 

The Grange 

400

Old immigrants were

protestant and from NW Europe

400

The idea that Christianity and the church had a responsibility to help immigrants in cities

Social Gospel

400

The two booms that encouraged people to move west 

Mining and Cattle 

400

Custer was slaughtered with his men that led to more native wars 

Battle of Little Bighorn 

400

the party and political movement for farmers that pushed the govt. to pass laws to help them 

populist or populism 

500

New Immigrants were

Catholic and from Eastern Europe 

500

The community centers that provided immigrants with education, job training, and medical care

settlement houses 

500

Although the west and the cowboy was romanticized the average cowboy was 

Mexican and African American 

500

the ideology of converting natives into white culture 

assimilation 

500

Three strikes by labor and unions 

Homestead, Pullman, and Coxey's army 

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