History 1302Week Two Assignment
In much of the 19
century, women in Texas were not allowed to ___________________ outside the home.
The historian Frederick Jackson Turner argued that the ____________________ shaped America’s national character.
From the end of the Civil War to the turn of the century the value of __________________________ increased six fold.
The _______________________ industry was “the first big business, thefirst magnet for the great financial markets, and the first industry todevelop a large-scale management bureaucracy.
The number of inventions registered at the U.S. Patent’s Office __________________________ ___________________________ during the19
Nikola Tesla’s invention of the alternating-current motor made it possible for __________________ ____________________ to locate away from waterfalls.
Unlike Rockefeller and Carnegie, J. Pierpont Morgan was born to _______________________.
Sears, Roebuck and Company was a pioneer in selling goods by ____________________.
During the Gilded Age, the rich were getting richer and a lot of other people were at least alot ______________________ ________________________.
Most Americans experienced a rising ________________________ __________________________ ________________________ in the late nineteenth century.
In terms of industrial work, children working in the late 1800s suffered ______________________ times as many accidents as adult workers.
________________________ _______________________ used intimidation, beatings, andkillings to right perceived wrongs against Irish workers.
Many Americans were afraid that the Railroad Strike of 1877 was the beginning of a worker- based ___________________________ ______________________________.