Practice Quiz #4

Practice Quiz #4 - The Spanish-speaking population in...

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The Spanish-speaking population in California in the gilded age a. consisted mostly of recent arrivals from Mexico b. closely identified with the Californio past to establish their cultural traditions c. increasingly concentrated in separate Spanish-speaking neighborhoods in the larger cities d. is defined by all of these statements The carification of water rights became increasingly important as agriculture assumed major signficiance in California. The basic problem involved the difference between "riparian" versus "appropriation" rights. What does this mean? a. full access of all adjacent water versus first-person rights to water b. first claim versus full access to adjacent water c. divert water upstream versus downstream d. regional dams versus first-person rights The third-party movement that catered to the grievances of California farmers in the 1890s was a. the Know-Nothing Party b. the Patrons of Husbandry c. the Populist Party d. the Workingman's Party Helen Hunt Jackson's novel
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This note was uploaded on 05/08/2008 for the course HIST 370 taught by Professor Hoikkala during the Spring '08 term at Cal Poly Pomona.

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