Type
Crossword
Description

Immigrants from Northern Europe Old immigrants
Immigrants from Southern and Eastern Europe New Immigrants
Cramped, cheap quarters for immigrants making a voyage to America Steerage
Aid organizations for immigrants Benevolent Societies
Poorly built, overcrowded, unsafe and unsanitary apartment buildings tenements
Workplaces in the Clothing industry where workers prepare materials for low wages Sweatshops
An act that banned Chinese people from entering the US for a period of 10 years Chinese Exclusion Act
Subways, Electric Trolleys, Cable Cars and Elevated trains Mass Transportation
Amusement parks, public parks, newspapers, world fairs, and department stores Mass Culture
Giant retail shops Department Stores
Neighborhood Centers offering education, recreation and social activites Settlement houses
The most Famous settlement house founded by Jane Addams and Ellen Gates Starr Hull House
Material that allowed builders to build skyscrapers Steel

Chapter 7 Immigration and Urbanization Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

A immigration station in New York City Ellis Island
A immigration station in San Francisco Angel Island
People of different cultures and races blended together by their language Melting Pot
growth of cities urbanization
Multifamily urban dwellings Tenements
houses used for immigrants and workers Settlement Houses
illegal political influence for personal gain graft
Head of Tammany Hall Boss Tweed
giving government jobs to people who had helped a candidate get elected Patronage
designed to move people along fixed routes Mass Transit
favoritism towards Native Americans Nativism
A member of the Social Gospel Movement Jane Addams
illegal use of one's official position to obtain property extortion
A serious crime Felony
Grandson of William Harrison Benjamin Harrison
A movement that taught salvation to the poor Social Gospel
A candidate that won president in the Democratic Party Grover Cleveland
Jobs of a government's administration, Civil Service
A movement designed to assimilate people from wide to dominate cultures Americanization
A act that banned Chinese immigration Chinese Exclusion

Changes in American Life Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

__________ is the growth of cities resulting from industrialization Urbanization
A __________ is an apartment building that is usually run-down and overcrowded Tenement
__________ is a neighborhood with overcrowded and dangerous housing Slum
The __________ __________ was a movement aimed at improving the lives of the poor Social gospel
The __________ __________ was founded in 1889, a model for other settlement houses of the time Hull House
The __________ __________ is an organization that influences enough votes to control a local government Political Machine
__________ __________ is a person from southern or eastern Europe who entered the U.S after 1900 New Immigrant
__________ __________ are laws meant to enforce seperation of white and black people in public places in the south Jim Crow
__________ means to seperate, especially of the races Segregration
Plessy v. __________ is an 1895 case in which the Supreme Court ruled that seperation of the races in public accommodations was illegal Ferguson
__________ formed in 1909, was also called the National Association for Advancement of Colored People NAACP
__________ __________ is different treatment based on a person's race Racial Discrimination
__________ stores is a store that sells everything from clothing to furniture to hardware Department
_____-_____ catalogs is a publication that controls pictures and discription of itiems so people can order by mail Mail-order
In cities, new parks provided people with entertainment and changed __________, or free time Leisure
__________ __________ is a common culture experienced by large numbers of people Mass Culture
__________ is a form of live stage entertainment with a mixture of songs, dances, and comedy Vaudeville
__________ is a blend of African American songs and European musical forms Ragtime

Changes in American Life Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

The growth of cities resulting from industrialization. urbanization
An organization that influences enough votes to control a local government. political machine
The process of blending into society. assimilation
Laws meant to enforce separation of white and black people in public places in the south. Jim crow
An 1896 case in which the supreme court ruled that separation of the races in public places was legal. plessy v. fergunson
Free time liesure
An apartment building that is usually run-down and overcrowded. tenement
A model for other settlement houses of the time. hull house
A place where cultures blend. melting pot
Separation, especially of races. segregation
Different treatment based on a person's race. racial discrimination
A form of live stage entertainment with a mixture of songs,dance, and comedy. vaudeville
A movement aimed at improving lives of the poor. social gospel
A neighborhood with overcrowded and dangerous housing. slum
A blend of African-American songs and European musical forms. ragtime
The woman that founded Chicago's Hull house. jane addams
First island stop for most immigrants from Europe. ellis island
The island where most Asians landed and where most Chinese were held for several weeks. angel island
A black man that encouraged African Americans to reject segregation. W.E.B. du bois
The owner of the New York World newspaper. Joseph pulitzer

Chapter 21 Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

growth of cities resulting from industrialization urbanization
a pioneer American settlement activist/reformer, social worker, public philosopher, sociologist, author, and leader in women's suffrage and world peace. Jane addams
an organization that influences enough votes to control a local government political machine
the first stop in the united states for most immigrants coming from Europe ellis island
the process of blending into society assimilation
laws meant to enforce separation of white and black people in public places in the south jim crow
an 1896 case in which the supreme court ruled that separation of the races in public accommodations was legal plessy v ferguson
an American sociologist, historian, civil rights activist, Pan-Africanist, author, and editor. w e b du bois
a Hungarian-American newspaper publisher of the St. Louis Post Dispatch and the New York World. Pulitzer introduced the techniques of yellow journalism to the newspapers he acquired in the 1880s. joseph pulitzer
free time leisure
an apartment building that is usually run-down and overcrowded tenement
a neighborhood with overcrowded and dangerous housing slum
a movement aimed at improving the lives of the poor social gospel
founded in 1889, a model for other settlement houses of the time hull house
famous political machine located in New York city in the late 19th century tammany hall
separation, especially of races segregation
a blend of African-American songs and European musical forms ragtime
the first stop in the united states for immigrants coming from Asia angel island
a place where cultures blend melting pot
a common culture experienced by large numbers of people mass culture

Chapter 21 Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Department stores
Segregation
NAACP
Chinese Exclusion
Melting pot
angel island
new immigrants
Tammany hall
social gospel
tenement
Leisure
Pulitzer
DuBois
Plessy
Jim Crow
Assimliation
ellis island
Political Machines
Jane Addams
urbanization

Progressive Era Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Multi-family urban dwelling- overcrowded and unsanitary. tenement
Activist and co-founder of one of the best known settlement houses, Hull House in Chicago (1889), and recipient of the 1931 Nobel Peace Prize for her work in the peace movement. Jane Addams
A community center organized at the turn of the twentieth century to provide social services to the urban poor. settlement house
A Danish immigrant, he became a reporter who pointed out the terrible conditions of the tenement houses of the big cities where immigrants lived during the late 1800s. He wrote How The Other Half Lives in 1890. Jacob Riis
A term coined for journalists who "raked up" and exposed corruption and problems in society. Muckraker
The power of the people of a state to propose a bill a bill rather than lawmakers. initiative
The power of the people of a state to vote on the initiative (voters either accept or reject the initiative). Referendum
Enables voters to remove a public official, for example a governor, from office by forcing them to face an election, or to cancel a law. Recall
(1866-1936) Muckraker and managing editor of McClure's magazine; he exposed government corruption in his 1904 book, The Shame of the Cities. Lincoln Steffens
A leading muckraker and magazine editor, she exposed the corruption of the oil industry with her 1904 work A History of Standard Oil. Ida Tarbell
A muckraker who shocked the nation when he published The Jungle, a novel that revealed gruesome details about the meat packing industry in Chicago. The book was fiction but based on the things Sinclair had seen. Upton Sinclair
1906- A law that established strict cleanliness guidelines for the meat packing industry and created a program of federal meat inspection- passed under President Theodore Roosevelt's administration (and urging). Meat Inspection Act
Refraining from alcohol consumption. temperance
(1820-1906) A major leader of the women's suffrage (right to vote) movement, co-founded the National Women's Suffrage Association with Elizabeth Cady Stanton in 1869. Susan B. Anthony
A prominent advocate of women's rights, Stanton organized the 1848 Seneca Falls Convention with Lucretia Mott. Elizabeth Cady Stanton
(1848) the first national women's rights convention at which the Declaration of Sentiments was written. Seneca Falls

Immigration Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

in new york harbor ellis island
in san francisco bay angel island
a mixture of people of different culture and races who blened togther melting pot
over favoritism toward native born americans nativism
banned entry to all chinese except student,teacher,merchant,tourist and government offical chinese exclusion act
japan government agreed to limit emigration of unskilled worker to the united states in exchange for the repel of the san francisco segregation order gentlement agreement
growth of cities urbanization
designed to assimilate people of wide ranging cultures into the dominant culture americanization movement
were overcrowded and unsanitary tenement
transportation system mass transit
religious movement that arose during the second half of the nineteenth century Social Gospel Movement
an institution in an inner-city area providing educational, recreational, and other social services to the community. settlement houses
Jane Addams, known as the "mother" of Social Work, was a pioneer American settlement activist/reformer, social worker, public philosopher, sociologist, author, and leader in women's suffrage and world peace. Jane Addams
A political machine is a political organization in which an authoritative boss or small group commands the support of a corps of supporters and businesses, who receive rewards for their efforts political machine
the illegal use of political influence for per-sonal gain. graft

Chapter 21 Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Ragtime
Vaudeville
Parks
mail order catalogs
Department Stores
William Randolph Hearst
mass culture
Ida B Wells
NAACP
Booker T. Washington
segregation
racial discrimination
chinese exclusion act
melting pot
angel island
new immigrants
social gospel
slum
streetcar
tenement

Immigration Vocabulary Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Immigrants are not fully integrated of themselves into a new country. Assimilate
Ethnic groups undergoing that have not retained. Americanization
Cut off by the rise in sea levels due to the end of the last ice age. Angel Island
Expanded with land reclamation between 1892 and 1934. Ellis Island
Shaped by numerous economic, social, and political changes throughout the world. Emigrate
People crossing national borders from the perspective of the country. Immigrate
Leaves people with no choice to leave their country. Push Factors
Driving migrants out of their countries of the origin. Pull Factors
New immigration policy passed in 1921; revised in 1924. Quota System
Rented or leased dwelling that housed more than three independent families. Tenements
Residential community centers located in urban industrial districts. Settlement Houses
Metaphor describing the assimilation of immigrants into American culture. Melting Pot
Political position of supporting a favored status targeting and threatening newcomers or immigrants. Nativism
Arrived in the mid-1800's, coming mostly from northwestern Europe. Old Immigrant
Migrated during the mid-1800's, who were mostly from southern and eastern Europe. New Immigrant
Displaced person forced to cross national boundaries. Refugee
Categorized as cities, towns, and conurbations. Urban
Political system that gave rise to poverty found in those areas. Rural
Residential community whose growth and development were very strong. Suburb
Organization in which an authoritative boss or small group commands the support of a corps of supporters and businesses. Political Machine
Religious movement that arose during the second half of the nineteenth century. Social Gospel Movement
Federal law signed to prohibit immigration of Chinese laborers. Chinese Exclusion Act
Abolished an earlier quota system based on national origin. Immigration Act of 1965
Reflected its cultural setting, and place of all manner of culture. Acculturation
Immigrants faced discrimination and violence wherever they stayed. Xenophobic

THE GILDED AGE Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

term coined by Mark Twain to describe the post-reconstruction era GILDED AGE
doctrine stating that government generally should not interfere in private business LAISSEZ - FAIRE
an unofficial city orgonization designed to keep a particular party or group in power and usualy headed by a single, powerful boss POLITICAL MACHINE
law passed in 1882 that prohibited chinese laborers from entering the country but did not prevent entry of those who had previously established u.s. residence CHINESE EXCLUSION ACT
the government's nonelected workers CIVIL SERVICE
community center organized to provide various services to the urban poor SETTLEMENT HOUSE
a policy of favoring native-born americans over immigrants NATIVISM
use of one's job to gain profit; a major source of income for political machines GRAFT
regulation that prohibited certain private activities people considered immoral such as drinking alcohol on sundays BLUE LAW
a large open area beneath the ship's deck often used to house traveling immigrants STEERAGE