Chapter 17&18 (¾) ● Reformers lobbied to replace horse-drawn trolleys with electric-powered streetcars or trolleys (true) ● The response of African Americans to the resurgence of racism in the South was to submit to the white culture. (false) ● In the last quarter of the nineteenth century, most southern communities lacked __________, so they relied on __________. (banks, barter) ● In 1885, the U.S. government stopped (c. companies from paying to import workers from outside the nation. ) ● The number of cotton mills in the South more than doubled between 1880 and 1900. (True) ● Many proponents of the idea of the New South believed that they had lost the war because (the South depended too much on slavery and cotton cultivation) ● Republican Protestants during the Gilded Age had a tendency to consider __________ the central social evil in the United States. (saloons) ● What was the effect of the Mississippi Plan? (It hurt both black and poor white voters) ● What replaced the open range as a system of governing property in the Western frontier, resulting in conflicts with small ranchers? (Barbed-wire
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- Fall '17
- Cliff Tyndall
- Southern United States