Soc. St. Ch. 20-21 Set 2

  1. An approach to literature, art, and theatre that shows things as they really are
    Realism
  2. -Early movie theaters
    -Viewers could see a movie for as cheap as a nickel
    Nickelodeon
  3. Most popular sport in the 1890s and early 1900s
    Baseball
  4. -Famous American author
    -Writings focused on realism and regionalism
    -Wrote "The Adventures of Tom Sawyer" and "The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn"
    Mark Twain
  5. In art or literature, the practice of focusing on a particular region
    Regionalism
  6. -Residential areas outside of cities
    -Occupied by the middle class
    Suburbs
  7. Investigative reporters who wrote newspaper and magazine stories that brought problems to the attention of the public
    Muckrakers
  8. -Educator who founded the Tuskegee Institute in Alabama
    -Tuskegee was created to train teachers and provide a practical education for African Americans
    Booker T. Washington
  9. -Corrupt political boss of New York City's Democratic political machine in the 1860s and 1870s
    -Controlled police, courts, and some of the newspapers
    William "Boss" Tweed
  10. -Powerful organizations linked to political parties
    -Controlled local governments in many cities
    Political machines
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BJHS
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Soc. St. Ch. 20-21 Set 2
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Soc. St. Ch. 20-21 Set 2
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