Ch. 18 19 20 Set 2

  1. Social educational society for farmers, provided information for best practices in raising livestock and growing crops
    The Grange
  2. Unlimited production of silver, presented by the Populist Party in hopes that putting more silver in the economy would give farmers the chance to pay off debt
    "Free silver"
  3. Passed by Congress in 1890, "to protect trade and commerce against unlawful restraint and monopoly"
    Sherman Antitrust Act
  4. Acquiring companies that provide equipment and services needed to run an industry, example: Carnegie bought iron and coal mines, warehouses, and RRs in order to control all parts of the steel industry
    Vertical integration
  5. Scottish immigrant who created Carnegie Steel Co., by 1900 his company produced one-third of the nation's steel supply, used vertical and horizontal integration to take control of the steel industry
    Andrew Carnegie
  6. The use of money to benefit the community
  7. Populist Party leader, most famous for running for president in 1896, delivered the "Cross of Gold Speech", which proposed the silver standard for money instead of the gold standard
    William Jennings Bryan
  8. Earned fortune running steamship lines and in the RR industry, extremely ruthless, eventually funded Vanderbilt University
    Cornelius Vanderbilt
  9. 1890 Native American Massacre, over 200 Lakota Sioux were killed
    Wounded Knee
  10. Leader of the Lakota Sioux, refused to give up the rights to the Black Hills, defeated General George Armstrong Custer and the US Army
    Sitting Bull
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Ch. 18 19 20 Set 2
Ch. 18, 19, 20 Set 2