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1 st Quarter CRT Review Mobile County Social Studies 6 th Grade
Question 1 n Who argued that schools should relate learning to the interests, problems, and concerns of students?
Question 2 n What were recreation centers for city youth called?
Question 3 n What settlement house was founded by Jane Addams?
Question 4 n Many immigrants lived in apartment slums called ______.
Question 5 n What did Wovoka, a prophet say would restore the Lakota/Sioux to their greatness?
Question 6 n What amendment created income tax?
Question 7 n What amendment made it illegal to make, sell, or transport alcohol? (Prohibition Amendment)
Question 8 n Who was responsible for inventions such as the light bulb and the development of the first electric power plant?
Question 9 n Who was a member of the Tuskegee faculty that is known for his many developments using the peanut?
Question 10 n Who was the last Native American to formally surrender to the US?
Question 11 n What were variety shows with singing, dancing, and magic acts called?
Question 12 n What was the first farmers organization? (Hint: National ______)
Question 13 “It is the duty of the public to know” -Ida Tarbell ____ let the public know about corrupt practices by writing newspaper and magazine articles. n
Question 15 n Complete the chart below. ? Barbed Wire Steel Plow Windmill
Question 16 n What was an immigrant’s greatest challenge?
Question 17 n What was the East immigrant entrance to the US?
Question 17 n What term refers to an institution located in a poor neighborhood that provided numerous community services? (Ex. Hull House)
Question 18 n What amendment provided for the direct election of senators?
Question 19 n Who was the Apache leader who led raids against settlers and the army in Arizona?
Question 20 n What was the purpose of the 19 th amendment?
Question 21 n What nomadic plains nation followed the buffalo?
Question 22 n What policy gave settlers 160 acres of free land that they had to live on for at least 5 years?
Question 23 n What was a symbol of hope for immigrants entering New York harbor?
Question 24 n What made it possible for companies to produce goods faster? (Henry Ford came up with this concept).
Question 25 n What term means to become part of the culture?
Question 26 n What provided funds for land-grant colleges?
Question 27 n What term refers to financial aide and land grants from the government that made railroad building possible?
Question 28 n What railroad spanned from the Atlantic and Pacific coasts? (Hint: It transported you across the continent)
Question 29 n Who was the 1912 Bull Moose (Progressive) Party candidate?
Question 30 n Using machine guns, US soldiers killed more than 300 starving Lakota men, women, and children at ______.
Question 31 n Texas ranches that were not fenced in or divided into lots were called _______.
Question 32 n In 1890, in which Western state was the most farming done?
Question 33 n Which parts of the bison used by Native Americans came exclusively from the head?
Question 33 n It can be said that between 1850 and 1890 the Native American population ________.
Question 34 n The action at Wounded Knee was essentially a massacre of ______.
Question 36 n The fast growing rail system encouraged the expansion of the _____.
Question 37 n Who helped found the NAACP?
Question 38 n Theodore Roosevelt ran for the presidency in 1904, promising the people a _______.
Question 39 n How many terms did Theodore Roosevelt serve as president?
Question 40 n Who invented the railroad sleeping car?
Question 41 n Who invented the telephone?
Question 42 n Who founded the National Negro Business League?
Question 43 n What supreme court case legalized segregation?
Question 44 n How many time zones are then in the 48 continental United States?
Question 45 n What were the beginnings of today’s multi-million dollar film industry?
Question 46 n Rooting for the home team or a local star became a favorite past time for people who attended _____.
Question 47 n Most Asian immigrants went through the processing center on ____.
Question 48 n In which state was cattle ranching big business?