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100

He used political cartoons to expose political corruption and political machines. 

Who was Thomas Nast?

100

The author of The Jungle (1906).

Who was Upton Sinclair?

100

Jacob Riis investigated the horrible living conditions of the urban poor who lived in  _________. 

What was tenements? 

100

The term ______ refers to a person's right to vote.

What is suffrage?

100

This muckraker was one of the first to use flash photography.

Who was Jacob Riis?

200

He used photographs to expose the truths of child labor. 

Who was Lewis Hine? 

200

The Author of How the Other Half Live (1890).

Who was Jacob Riis?

200

Thomas Nast's political cartoons exposed the corruption of this political boss.

Who was Boss Tweed? 

200

This Amendment gave women the right to vote. 

What was the 19th Amendment? 

200

The most sweeping laws addressing child labor were a result of the ______ ______ ___ ______ ____.

What was the Fair Labor and Standards Act? 

300

The boys performing this job were called _____ ____. 

Who were Breaker Boys?

300

The author of The History of the Standard Oil Company published in McClure’s Magazine.

Who was Ida Tarbell? 

300

Ida B Wells' publication, The Red Record helped lead to anti-________ laws. 

What was anti-lynching laws? 

300

These two women edited and published a women's newspaper called The Revolution.

Who were Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton?

300

He established Sierra Club and published 300 articles and 10 books describing environmental problems and the necessity of land and wildlife preservation.


Who was John Muir? 

400

This former president coined the term muckraker.

Who was Theodore Roosevelt?

400

The author of The Red Record (1895). 

Who was Ida B Wells? 

400

He wrote a series of articles in Century magazine titled, "Our National Parks" (1901).



Who was John Muir?

400

Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton founded this organization in 1869.

What was the National Woman's Suffrage Association?

400

The ______ _______ _____ was the first women's rights convention in the United States. Held in July 1848 the meeting launched the women's suffrage movement. 

What was the Seneca Falls Convention? 

500

Ida Tarbell's work led the break up of this Captain's monopoly over the oil industry. 

Who was John D. Rockefeller? 

500

He was a political cartoonist for Harper's Weekly.

Who was Thomas Nast?

500

Upton Sinclair's,  The Jungle led to the passage of The Meat Inspection Act and the _______ _____ ____ ____ ____. 

What was the Pure Food and Drug Act?

500

Many states located in this area of the U.S. provided women the right to vote prior to the passage of the 19th Amendment. 

What was the west?

500

Those who opposed women's suffrage argued it would upset society's "natural balance" and lead to neglect of children and ________. 

What was divorce. 

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