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1862 Homestead Act 1865 End of Civil War 1865-1877 Reconstruction 1870 Rockefeller “Standard Oil” 1870s Cowboys-meatpacking industry 1877 Southern Farmer’s Alliance 1882 Chinese Exclusion Act 1886 Colored Farmer’s Alliance 1887 Inter-state Commerce Act Dawes Act 1889 Hull House 1890 Sherman Anti-trust Act Mississippi Constitution 1892 Homestead Strike 1893 Anti-Saloon League 1894 Coxy’s Army Pullman Strike 1895 Cuban Revolution 1896
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Unformatted text preview: All White Primary, South Carolina Plessy v. Ferguson 1898 Spanish American War William v. Mississippi (ruled that the laws in Miss. Constitution were “color blind” 1899 John Hay, “Open Door Notes” 1899-1902 Filipino-American War 1903 W.E. Dubois “Souls of Black Folk” 1904 Panama Canal 1905 Niagara Movement 1906 Pure Food and Drug Act Meat Inspection Act 1910 NAACP...
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