Need help with U.S. History questions!(1865-1916)?
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1.Which of the following was not a type of entertainment during the Gilded Age?
watching and playing baseball
listening to ragtime music
attending vaudeville shows
watching and playing soccer
2.Who gave the industrial era the title the Gilded Age?
3.The moving assembly line impacted factory production in several ways. Which of the following was a result of the moving assembly line?
Factory production brought affordable products into homes.
Factory production hurt the farmers in the United States.
Factory production increased the prices of many consumer goods.
Factory production forced smaller businesses to close.
4.What is a monopoly?
a popular board game
total or almost total control of an industry or product
a type of money used by big business to control bankers
a love for making money
5.During the Gilded Age, where did the wealthy business owners live in relation to the city?
in the heart of the city
on farms away from the city
just outside the center of the city
on the outskirts of the city
6.How did immigrants maintain ties to their native country?
They formed neighborhoods where they spoke their native language and ate their native foods.
They went to work as families in the same factories.
They could not adjust, so they returned to their homelands.
They started to protest and fight against Nativists.
7.What does urbanization mean?
forcing a group to absorb another culture
holding on to traditions while becoming accustomed to a new culture
moving from rural life to urban life
moving from the city to the farm
8.Who invented and put the moving assembly line into practice?
9.Why did Andrew Carnegie argue in favor of monopolies?
He felt that small businesses cannot keep up with public demand.
He argued that too much competition hurt business.
He felt that competition is good for small businesses.
He wanted complete control so no one else would make money from the product.
10.Which invention had the greatest impact on the American economy during the Gilded Age?
11.Who invented the telephone?
Alexander Graham Bell
12.Which of the following was not invented by Thomas Edison?
electric power plant
13.What made life easier during the Gilded Age?
14.What influenced the steel industry to find a cheaper and faster way to make steel?
15.Why did John D. Rockefeller build oil refineries before drilling for oil?
Oil had still not been discovered in the United States.
He did not have the right equipment to drill for oil.
Oil was not worth anything until it was refined.
He tried to drill for oil but did not find any.
15.Why were bison so important to Plains Indians?
Bison played an important part of a sacred ritual.
Plains Indians sold parts of the bison to miners for money.
Bison stopped the railroad from going through their land.
Plains Indians used the bison for food, tools, and clothing.
16.What impact did the transcontinental railroad have on Native Americans?
The railroad contributed to the destruction of the bison herds.
Native Americans used the railroad to travel.
The railroad stopped bison from traveling very far.
The railroad did not impact Native Americans.
17.Which of the following did not result from the transcontinental railroad being connected?
Buffalo herds began to diminish.
The railroad allowed for faster travel.
People could travel from coast to coast.
Miners were able to find more gold.
18.Which of the following was not a reason for westward expansion?
Too many people were living in the East.
The cattle industry started to grow in Texas.
Miners discovered minerals in the Sierra Nevada.
Land was given away for free.
19.What happened to businesses without capital?
They enjoyed prosperity and were able to expand.
They were not able to buy new machinery.
They were able to buy more machinery.
They had to raise the price on their products.
- staisilLv 79 years agoFavorite Answer
1. watching and playing soccer
2 Mark Twain
3. Factory production brought affordable products into homes.
5. on the outskirts of the city
6. They formed neighborhoods where they spoke their native language and ate their native foods.
7. moving from rural life to urban life
8. Henry Ford
9. He wanted complete control so no one else would make money from the product.
11 Alexander Graham Bell
15 Plains Indians used the bison for food, tools, and clothing.
16 The railroad contributed to the destruction of the bison herds.
17 Miners were able to find more gold.
18 The cattle industry started to grow in Texas.
19 They were not able to buy new machinery.
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- Anonymous9 years ago
1.attending vaudeville shows
3Factory production brought affordable products into homes.
4. total or almost total control of an industry or product
5.on the outskirts of the city
6.They formed neighborhoods where they spoke their native language and ate their native foods.
7.moving from rural life to urban life
9.He wanted complete control so no one else would make money from the product.
11.Alexander Graham Bell
15.Oil was not worth anything until it was refined
15(2).Plains Indians used the bison for food, tools, and clothing.
16.The railroad contributed to the destruction of the bison herds
17.Miners were able to find more gold
18.The cattle industry started to grow in Texas
19.They were not able to buy new machinery.
- MauraLv 45 years ago
The answer is totally accurate. You seem to have missed the other factor with regards to WWII, that being the ultra liberals. If you remember those characters, they supported Neville Chamberlain when he stepped off the plane with a piece of paper and declared he secured peace in our time. So when he and his liberal ideology were removed from office, a conservative took the office. Granted he was not an ultra conservative, but conservative nonetheless. So when you look at the entire picture, you can clearly see that the answer was very accurate. Had the ultra conservative not been around to push conservative values, the ultra liberals and liberals would indeed have surrendered and we would be speaking a different language, maybe not German or Japanese, but certainly not English.
- Joyce BLv 79 years ago
Here is help with one question, but no one is going to do your homework for you.