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Question 10(5 points)Saved(05.02 LC)How did the population move in the United States during thelate 1800s and early 1900s? (5 points)Question 10 options:1)From farms to cities2)From suburbs to cities3)From farms to suburbs4)From cities to farms
Question 11(5 points)Saved(05.02 MC)Question refers to the excerpt below."There's the biggest kind of a difference between politicallooters and politicians who make a fortune out of politics bykeepin' their eyes wide open. The looter goes in for himselfalone without considerin' his organization or his city. Thepolitician looks after his own interests, the organization'sinterests, and the city's interests all at the same time. See thedistinction?"—George Washington Plunkitt, New York Citypolitician, 1905
Which statement explains how political bosses were able togain and maintain power? (5 points)
Question 12(5 points)Saved(05.02 MC)Question refers to the image below.This photo from 1901 shows a Jewish neighborhood andmarket on New York City's East Side:
Library of Congress [LC-DIG-det-4a07950]Which of the following was an effect of increased migration tocities during the early 20th century? (5 points)
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Saved(05.05 LC)Which of these had the most direct impact on the AmericanIndians of the Great Plains? (5 points)
Question 14(5 points)Saved(05.05 MC)Question refers to the excerpt below."To each head of a family, one-quarter of a section;To each single person over eighteen years of age, one-eighthof a section;To each orphan child under eighteen years of age, one-eighthof a section; andTo each other single person under eighteen years now living,or who may be born prior to the date of the order of thePresident directing an allotment of the lands embraced in anyreservation, one-sixteenth of a section."—From the Dawes Act,1887How did the disbursement of land through the Dawes Actdiffer from previous agreements between the government andAmerican Indians? (5 points)Question 14 options:
1)The Dawes Act broke up lands into smaller plots for individuals, but earlier acts gave larger tracts toentire tribes.2)Previous acts granted land only to heads of families, but the Dawes Act also distributed lands to singlepeople and children.3)

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Term
Fall
Professor
Sharon Boeckle
Tags
Trade union, politicians, Politician, Populist Party of America, The Gospel of Wealth,

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