Check answers plzzzzz?1. The Bessemer process created strong

1. The Bessemer process created strong, lightweight (1 point)





2. Which policy allowed businesses to operate under minimal government regulation? (1 point)


protective tariffs

collective bargaining


3. Most of the immigrants processed at Angel Island were from (1 point)



South America.

the Caribbean.

4. With the growth of urban areas, opportunities for women (1 point)

stayed the same.

increased somewhat.

dramatically expanded.*********

dramatically decreased.

5. Vaudeville shows (1 point)

provided exhibitions of new technology and entertainment.

introduced a new type of motion picture.***********

created a style of music that would later evolve into jazz.

were a variety of musical drama, songs, and comedy.

6. After the Civil War, the South (1 point)

replaced small farms with large plantations.

farmed in many different ways.

became industrialized.***********

shipped its raw materials to the North for processing.

7. The Battle of Wounded Knee (1 point)

recognized Native American tribes as independent nations.

was the last conflict between Native American and the government.***********

granted each Native American family a 160-acre farmstead.

improved the reservation system.

8. The Exodusters were (1 point)

Mexican Americans who fled after the Mexican-American War.

African Americans who fled the South after Reconstruction.***********

Chinese Americans who fled the North after the Gold Rush.

Native Americans who fled the East after the Battle of Fallen Timbers.

9. Which of the following factors contributed to the end of the open-range system? (1 point)

an increase in the price of beef

the invention of barbed wire*************

the development of railroads

the disappearance of big mining companies

10. In the case Plessy v. Ferguson, the Supreme Court upheld the constitutionality of (1 point)

Jim Crow laws.*******************

poll taxes.

literacy tests.

grandfather clauses.

11. The goals of which organization included providing education on new farming techniques and calling for the regulation of railroad and grain elevator rates? (1 point)

the Chautauqua Circuit

the Interstate Commerce Commission

Las Gorras Blancas

the National Grange*************

12. Populism had a lasting effect on (1 point)

the structure of political parties.

government regulation of factories.**********

the style of politics in the United States.

the organization of labor unions.

13. Andrew Carnegie is best known as (1 point)

leader of the Senate.

owner of Standard Oil.

Populist leader.

owner of one of the largest steel companies in America.*************

14. What goals of the Populist party were eventually achieved? (1 point)

graduated income tax

regulation of the railroad

flexible monetary system

all of the above***********

15. In 1872, Susan B. Anthony (1 point)

formed the Women's Christian Temperance Union.

was arrested for voting in an election in New York.*************

attended college to earn a graduate degree.

drafted a constitutional amendment granting women suffrage.

16. The spoils system made political parties more powerful by (1 point)

allowing party workers to push for civil service reform.***********

encouraging wealthy businessmen to donate money to the party.

blocking legislation introduced by the opposing political party.

filling important government positions with party supporters.

17. Booker T. Washington believed African Americans should (1 point)

demand full rights.

be elected into political positions.

be trained in specific trades.**************

support the gold standard but oppose high tariffs.


1. steel

2. laissez-faire

3. Asia

4. *** increased somewhat - they were still limited to many 'female' jobs

5. ***were a variety of musical drama, songs, and comedy

6. ***farmed in many different ways

7. was the last conflict between Native American and the government

8. African Americans who fled the South after Reconstruction

9. the invention of barbed wire

10. Jim Crow laws - the concept of 'separate but equal'

11.the National Grange

12.***(but I'm not sure)the style of politics in the United States

13.owner of one of the largest steel companies in America

14.all of the above - (but they wanted the railroads to be nationalized, according to one reference -which was NOT done)

15.was arrested for voting in an election in New York

16.***filling important government positions with party supporters - from the phrase "to the victor, belong the spoils" - meaning they got the benefits and $$ (much like Congressmen today who leave office and make lots of money as lobbyists, or going to work at the com[anies they were supposed to have regulated) trained in specific trades - but that's his specific legacy. there's a lot more to it.