Lc how did the population move in the united states

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10.(05.02 LC)How did the population move in the United States during the late 1800s and early 1900s? (5points)
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11.(05.02 MC)Question refers to the excerpt below."There's the biggest kind of a difference between political looters and politicians who make afortune out of politics by keepin' their eyes wide open. The looter goes in for himself alonewithout considerin' his organization or his city. The politician looks after his own interests,the organization's interests, and the city's interests all at the same time. See thedistinction?"—George Washington Plunkitt, New York City politician, 1905The "organization" mentioned in this quote is most likely a (5 points)5 of 5
12.(05.02 MC)Question refers to the image below.This photo from 1901 shows a Jewish neighborhood and market on New York City's East Side:
Library of Congress [LC-DIG-det-4a07950]Which of the following was not an effect of increased migration to cities during the early20th century? (5 points)
5 of 513.(05.05 LC)Massive hunting of what animal negatively impacted the American Indians of the West? (5points)
14.(05.05 MC)Question refers to the excerpt below."Sec. 6. That upon the completion of said allotments and the patenting of the lands to saidallottees, each and every member of the respective bands or tribes of Indians to whomallotments have been made shall have the benefit of and be subject to the laws, both civiland criminal, of the State or Territory in which they may reside; ... And every Indian bornwithin the territorial limits of the United States to whom allotments shall have been madeunder the provisions of this act, or under any law or treaty, and every Indian born within theterritorial limits of the United States who has voluntarily taken up, within said limits, hisresidence separate and apart from any tribe of Indians therein, and has adopted the habitsof civilized life, is hereby declared to be a citizen of the United States, and is entitled to allthe rights, privileges, and immunities of such citizens."—From the Dawes Act, 1887How does the policy instituted in this law contrast with previous American Indian policies? (5points)It defers to the Supreme Court to resolve matters of American Indians' citizenshipand rights.It encourages American Indians to assimilate and adopt U.S. citizenship.It recognizes the American Indians' claims as sovereign entities.It provides material support as long as American Indians remain in designatedlocations.5 of 5

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Term
Spring
Professor
JAne Smit
Tags
Native Americans in the United States, Laborer, Populist Party, Populist Party of America

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