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General who marched from Atlanta Georgia?
a) General Grant b) General Sherman c) General Lee d) General Meade
Three men, known as the Bourbon Triumvirate, controlled Georgia politics for much of the 1880s. These men were
a) Joseph E. Brown, Alfred H. Colquitt, and John B. Gordon. b) Button Gwinnett, George Walton, Lyman Hall c) Thomas Jefferson, Alexander Stephens, Abraham Lincoln d) Harper, Wade, Godard, Stinson
Which one of these men where not civil rights leaders?
a) Henry Grady b) Booker T. Washington c) John Hope d) W.E.B. Debouis
In its 1896 ______________________decision, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that public places could be separated by race. This was the separate but- equal doctrine that lasted until 1954.
a) Plessy Vs. Ferguson b) Dred Scott Case c) Worcester vs Georgia d) Leo Frank vs Frank Zhang
In 1906, Atlanta experienced a terrible___________. Many African American businesses were destroyed, and many African Americans left the city.
a) Race Riot b) Fire c) Invasion d) Termite Infestation
Laws passed to establish separate-but-equal facilities for different races were called
a) Jim Crow b) Black Codes c) KKK d) Freedmen's Bureau
Believed that African Americans had to acquire the knowledge and skills that would help them find jobs and raise their economic status. He saw that as the number one priority. Therefore he emphasized industrial, or vocational, education
a) Booker T. Washington b) John Hope c) W.E.B Debouis d) Martin Luther King
The Bourbon Democrats supported lower taxes and less government spending and encouraged the growth of
a) Farms b) Industry c) International Trade d) Olympics
___________ was a suffragist. She was also the first woman to serve as a U.S. senator, if only for one day.
a) Rebecca Felton b) Nancy Hart c) Lugeina Hope d) None of the above
During the Civil War, why was the capture of Atlanta an important Union objective?
a) It was an industrial rail center for the south b) It was the capital of the Confederacy c) It had new weapons that the Confederacy was planning on using to defeat the Union d) President Lincoln wanted to reclaim personal property from Atlanta.
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