Exam #2 Term List - HIST 1302 Exam#2 Term List Chapter 19...

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HIST 1302 – Exam #2 Term List Chapter 19: Industry and Empire Jacob Coxey – Coxey’s army marched on Washington seeking populist demands of unlimited coinage of silver and public works to put unemployed people to work Frederick Jackson Turner – an imperialism author; significant in The Frontier for American History Frederick Winslow Taylor – author of The Principals of Scientific Management ; preeminent scientist who seeks efficiency for businesses and government U.S. Steel – first billion dollar corporation put together by J.P. Morgan and Andrew Carnegie William Jennings Bryan – silver coinage advocate and expanded paper currency William McKinley – president elected in 1896, Demoude Tariff Dingley Tariff – passed in 1897 to increase tax rates thus protecting businesses and industries from foreign trade Plessy v. Ferguson – established the legal president for Jim Crow Jim Crow – legalized separation of races Ida Wells-Barnett – black progressive female; reformer who seeks anti-lynching laws and fights against Jim Crow Booker T. Washington – progressive ; author of the Atlanta Compromise in Georgia "Atlanta Compromise" – urging African Americans to seek economic security before political or social equality with whites Alfred Thayer Mahan – greatest author of the 19 th and early 20 th century, National Greatness and author of The Influence of Sea Power Upon History, 1660-1783 Brooks Adams – author of The Law of Civilization and Decay Spanish American War: (The conquest of the Philippines and Cuba, expansion of Puerto Rico, and the acquisition of empire) "Rough Riders" – nickname for TR’s calvary regiment
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