summer 1 test - H istory 1302 Study Guide #1 Ch 16-18...

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History 1302 Study Guide #1 Ch 16-18 (essay - Transformation of the West) Election of 1876 Reconstruction Samuel J. Tilden Rutherford B. Hayes Crisis of 1877 Compromise of 1877 March 4, 1877 March 6, 1877 Industrialization (events that brought about) Frederick Jackson Turner Transcontinental Railroad Union Pacific/Central Pacific Promontory Point, Utah Cornelius Vanderbilt Jay Gould Improvements made by RR Steel Industry Henry Bessemer, William Kelly Andrew Carnegie Vertical Integration Trusts, monopolies Henry Grady Textile Industry in the South John D. Rockefeller Oil Industry The Standard Oil Company Immigration Old and New Immigrants Chinese Exclusion Act Nativism Labor Movement reformers, unionists National Labor Union Terrence Powderly Noble Order of the Knights of Labor American Federation of Labor
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Samuel Gompers Reasons for Labor Movement Haymarket Square Riot Industrial Wars Pullman Strike Homestead Strike Molly Maguires Henry Frick Pinkerton Guards scabs Secondary labor Boycott
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