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Question 16 out of 6 pointsChicago's Hull House, which was a part of the settlement house movement, was opened by __________.Question 26 out of 6 pointsAll of the following are considered leaders of the settlement house movement of the 1880s EXCEPT:Question 36 out of 6 pointsThe cities that saw the largest growth out of the Great Migration, the movement of nearly 2 million African Americans fleeing the rural South to seek new opportunities, included all of the following destinations EXCEPT:Question 46 out of 6 pointsUnder the Sherman Silver Purchase Act, the federal government purchased __________ ounces of silver on a monthly basis in order to mint silver dollars.
Question 56 out of 6 points__________ became the first state to accept the provisions of the original Morrill Act.Question 6Needs GradingTwain's Gilded Age has been characterized as a period of excess: excessive political corruption, wealth accumulation, expansion of railroad and mining interests, racial segregation, and haphazard urbanization. Contrast this to the Progressive Era and the desire to create a more orderly and fairer society. Did the Progressives achieve their goalsof reigning in the robber barons, bringing order to the chaos of urbanization, curbing the