1. an annual tax that formerly had to be paid in some southern state by anyone wishing to vote
    poll tax
  2. provision that exempts certain people from a law on the basic of previously existing circumstances
    grandfather clause
  3. Landscape architect, movement for planned urban parks
    Fredrick Law Olmsted
  4. prominent African American educator
    Booker T Washington
  5. intitute
    W.E.B. Du Bois
  6. novelist and humorist inspired host of young authors
    Mark Twain
  7. 20th century American artists who painted realistic pictures of city life
    Ashcan School
  8. purchased New York Morning Journal in 1895
    William Randolph Hearst
  9. Hungarian immagrant
    Joseph Pulitazn
  10. laws enacted by SOuthern State and local gov to separate white and black people in public and private facilities
    JimCrow laws
  11. founded in 1881, led by Booker T washington to equip African Americans with teaching diplomas and useful skills in the trades and agriculture
    Tuskegee Normal and Industrial Institute
  12. developed a series of more convenient alternatives to the heavy glass plates
    George Eastman
  13. bicycle manufactors from Ohio
    Orville and Wilbur Wright
  14. slavery born, teacher faught against lynching
    Ida b. Wells
  15. free gov delivery of mail and packages to homes in rural areas begun in 1896
    rural free delivery (RFD)
  16. system in which workers are bound in servitude until their debts are paid
    debt peonage
  17. an 1896 case where the supreme court ruled that separation of the races in public accommodations was legal, thus establishing the "separate but equal" doctrine
    Plessy V. Ferguson
  18. separation of the people on the basis of race
  19. started sky-scrapers
    Louis Sullivan
  20. designed 285-foot tower in 1902
    Daniel Burnham
  21. founded by W.E.B. Du Bois in 1905 to promote the education of African Americans in the liberal arts
    Niagara Movement
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