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Gilded Age Quiz #1

Quiz by John Frieser

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  • Q1
    What major trend related to population occurred during the industrialization boom of the late 1800s?
    Suburbanization decreased.
    urbanization increased.
    Immigration decreased.
    Migration to rural areas increased.
  • Q2
    What is urbanization?
    The movement of people from rural areas to the cities
    The movement of people away from the cities
    The movement of people to foreign countries
  • Q3
    In United States society in the late 19th century, the increase in cultural pluralism (many cultures living together) can be attributed to
    the establishment of the reservation system for Native Americans
    an established religion and the use of the English language
    the rise of nativism and the Ku Klux Klan
    different immigration patterns and industrialization
  • Q4
    Which statement is best supported by the chart?
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    In the early 1900's, people who lived in cities were more likely to vote than those who lived in rural areas.
    In 1920, there were fewer women working in factories than on farms.
    In 1920, more people lived in cities than on farms.
    In the early 1900's, there was an increase in the number of immigrants who became farmers.

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