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Event held in 1881 and 1895; created to show the economic recovery and potential of the South after Reconstruction; tried to get businessmen to invest money in Georgia by building factories (industry).
a) Rebecca Latimer Felton
b) Lugenia Burns Hope
c) International Cotton Exposition
d) County Unit System

Prominent black American, born into slavery, who believed that racism would end once blacks acquired useful labor skills and proved their economic value to society, was head of the Tuskegee Institute in 1881. His book Up from Slavery.
a) Alonzo Herndon
b) Booker T. Washington
c) Bourbon Triumvirate
d) Tom Watson

After gaining his freedom from slavery, he started a chain of barber shops and the Atlanta Life Insurance Company. At his death, he was the wealthiest African American in Atlanta.
a) John Hope
b) Henry Grady
c) Tom Watson
d) Alonzo Herndon

First AA president for both Morehouse College and Atlanta University. Worked for social equality for African American through education. Supporter of DuBois
a) John Hope
b) Tom Watson
c) Henry Grady
d) WEB DuBois

The first race riot to tfake place in the capital city of Georgia. The riot lasted from September 22 to September 24 and was the culmination of a number of factors, including lingering tensions from reconstruction, job competition, black voting righ
a) 1906 Race Riot
b) 1909 Race Riot
c) 1919 Chicago Race Riot
d) 1920 New York Race Riot

to deprive (Take away) of a franchise, of a legal right, or of some privilege or immunity; especially : to deprive of the right to vote.
a) Jim Crow Laws
b) Disenfrancisement
c) Uncle Tom
d) Tom Foolery

to deprive (Take away) of a franchise, of a legal right, or of some privilege or immunity; especially : to deprive of the right to vote.
a) Lugenia Burns Hope
b) Mary Musgrove
c) Nancy Hart
d) Rebecca Latimer Felton

African American progressive who rejected the previous ideology of Booker T. Washington (who said that self-improvement/education comes first, and then whites will learn to accept blacks on their own)
a) Booker T Washington
b) John Hope
c) WEB DuBois
d) Henry McNeal Turner

created the first women-run social welfare agency for African Americans in GA. She supported not only suffrage for African Americans but for women as well.
a) Rebecca Latimer Felton
b) Lugenia Burns Hope
c) Harriet Tubman
d) Mary Musgrove

(1896) Sup reme Court decision that created the separate but equal doctrine. As a result many states across the South had Jim Crow Laws. Separate water fountains, restrooms, entrances, segregated seating at movie theatres, etc. Most importantly,
a) Dred Scott Case
b) Brown vs. Board of Education
c) Plessy vs. Ferguson
d) Worchester vs. Georgia

one of the most notorious and highly publicized cases in the legal annals of Georgia. A Jewish man in Atlanta was placed on trial and convicted of raping and murdering a thirteen-year-old girl who worked for the National Pencil Company, which he mana
a) Henry Grady
b) Tom Watson
c) Hoke Smith
d) Leo Frank

The Voice of the New South Journalist from Georgia who coined the phrase New South. Promoted his ideas through the Atlanta Constitution, as editor. He planned Atlanta's International Cotton Exposition
a) Alonzo Herndon
b) Jim Crow
c) Henry Grady
d) Tom Watson

formed in 1892 by members of the Farmer's Alliance, this party was designed to appeal to workers in all parts of the country. Populists favored a larger role of government in American Society, a progressive income tax, and more direct methods of demo
a) Populist Party
b) Jim Crow Party
c) Democratic Party
d) Republican Party

Limited rights of blacks. Literacy tests, grandfather clauses and poll taxes limited black voting rights
a) Disenfranchisement
b) Jim Crow Laws
c) Uncle Tom Laws
d) Tom Watson Laws

Georgia's Best-Known Populist. He was 1st southern politician concerned about AA Farmers. Introduces Rural Free Delivery Bill. In 1905, he returned to Democratic party and becomes a white supremacist (felt lost election b/c of AA's)
a) Eugene Talmadge
b) Herman Talmadge
c) Jim Crow
d) Tom Watson

three Georgia leaders; Joseph E. Brown, Alfred H. Colquitt, John b. Gordon who wanted to keep white supremacy. They also lowered taxes, reduced the war debts, and expanded business and industry.
a) County Unit Group
b) Populist Party Members
c) Bourbon Triumvirate
d) Farmer Alliance Members

Voting method that gave rural (sparsely populated) areas more power in GA than larger urban counties; violated the 14th Amendment; made unconstitutional in 1962.
a) Fair Voting System
b) White Primary
c) County Unit System
d) Populist Party System

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