Type
Crossword
Description

The banning of alcoholic beverages Prohibition
Journalists who wrote about the corrupt side of business and public life in mass circulation magazines during the 20th Century muckrakers
Book written by Sinclair focusing on the conditions of the meatpacking industry The Jungle
Dictated strict cleanliness for meatpackers and created the program of federal meat inspection Meat Inspection Act
The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People. Wanted Equality for All Races NAACP
Another name for the Progressive Party and name used for when Roosevelt ran again against Taft Bull Moose Party
Strictly limited the distribution of free passes, a common form of bribery, Also ICC Power to set maximum railroad rates Hepburn Act
Granted Women the Right to Vote in 1919 Nineteenth Amendment
What became, by 1911, the largest women’s group in the nation’s history? (abbrev) WCTU
The Seventeenth amendment called for the direct, popular election of____ Senators
One of the co – founders of the National Women Suffrage Association Susan B Anthony
Who promised, during the presidential election of 1908. to lower tariffs, then raised them once taking office? William Taft
European war that brought an end to the Progressive movement World War I
Became the president as a result of the Election of 1912? Woodrow Wilson
Progressive women's reformer who led the settlement house movement Jane Addams
Supreme Court decision that allowed Jim Crow segregation in the south Plessy v Ferguson
African American reformer who stressed self-improvement for blacks and is known for his "Atlanta Compromise" speech Booker T Washington
Aggressive African American Reformer who led the 1905 Niagra Movement WEB DuBois
Low-cost multi family housing often associated with the urban problems of the Gilded Age Tenmenet
Established a graduated income tax Sixteenth Amendment
Heavily regulated big business; supported unions Clayton Anti-Trust Act
The various reform goals of Roosevelt's presidency are also known as the Square Deal
Movement that stressed to honor God, people must put aside their own desires & help other people, especially the poor Social Gospel Movement

Progressive Era Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Face of the Women's Suffrage movement. SusanBAnthony
1st President during the Progressive Era (1901-1909) Theodore Roosevelt
2nd President during the Progressive Era (1909-1913) William Howard Taft
President during World War I (1913-1921) Woodrow Wilson
Started investigative journalism Ida Tarbell
Wrote, "The Jungle". Upton Sinclair
The 16th Amendment pertains to the _____ tax. Income
The 17th Amendment allows for the direct election of _____. Senators
The 18th Amendment prohibited the consumption of _____. Alcohol
The 19th Amendment allowed for ______ to vote. Women
When voters add an item to the ballot. This is called an _______. Initiative
The actual vote that takes place during the initiative is called _____? Referendum
The ability for voters to have a new election to replace a local official already in office is called? Recall
To search for or expose real or alleged corruption, especially in business and politics. Muckraker
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People NAACP
Women's Christian Temperance Union WCTU
Founded the NAACP WEB Dubois
Founded the Hull House Jane Addams
Outdoor Enthusiast John Muir

Chapter 4 Crossword Puzzle

Type
Crossword
Description

Act of not asserting influence Moral Diplomacy
Enforces Taxes 16th Amendment
Taught colored women the sense of equality Ida B. Wells
I uncovered corruption in politics and businesses Muckraker
Alcoholics hate this 18th Amendment
America not wanting colonies in this nation, but wanted free trade instead Open Door Policy
I formed the National Women Suffrage Assocation Susan B. Anthony
Not one senator.. but TWO in each state 17th Amendment
I opened the concept of Hull Houses Jane Addams
"Speak softly, but..." Big Stick Policy
I revealed the unsanitary conditions of the meat industry Upton Sinclair
The controlling of banks... Federal Reserve Act
Plan to restore trust in the government New Nationalism
The protectors of African Americans NAACP
middle-class white women led this movement Progressivism
Inspection of drugs and food Pure Food and Drug Act
Movement towards the 18th Amendment Temperance
The law to ban monopolies Square Deal
Taking cultural diversity out of immigrants Americanization
Being dominated by an outside power Sphere of Influence
The organization that protected Jewish people Anti-Defamation League
Inspection of... well meat Meat Inspection Act
Roosevelt's close friend...and enemy William Taft
Similar to progressivists Populists
Abiding by the morals of religion Social Gospel

Chapter 9 Vocab. Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

a movement seeking to return control of the government to the people. Progressive Movement
one of the magazine journalist who exposed the corrupt side of business and public life in the early 1920s. Muckraker
a procedure for removing a public official from office by a vote of the people. Recall
National American Woman Suffrage Association NAWSA
the right to vote. Suffrage
led a proponent of women suffrage Susan B Anthony
muckraking journalist. Upton Sinclair
very progressive reforms sponsored by Roosevelt’s administration. Square Deal
halted the sale of contaminated foods and medicines and called for truth in labeling. Pure Food and Drug Act
a procedure by which a legislative measure can be originated by the people rather than by lawmakers. Initiative
a general vote by the electorate on a single political question that has been referred to them for a direct decision. Referendum
dictated strict cleanliness requirements for meatpackers and created the program of federal meat inspections. Meat Inspection Act
National association of Color Woman. NACW
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People. NAACP
keeping something from running out. Conservation
a social and political reformer Florence Kelly
management of a business, industry, or economy, according to principles of efficiency derived from experiments in methods of work and production. Scientific Management
an American Republican (and later a Progressive) politician. Robert M La Follette
In Suits at common law, where the value in controversy shall exceed twenty dollars, the right of trial by jury shall be preserved, and no fact tried by a jury, shall be otherwise re-examined in any Court of the United States, than according to the rules of the common law. Seventeenth amendment
book written in 1906 by Upton Sinclair. The Jungle

Chapter 4 USH Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Became president of the United states when he was only 43 years old. He gained the reputation of smart energetic, and opinionated. Theodore Roosevelt
Roosevelt created a program that he used office and its powers convince americans of the need for change and to push through his reform proposals. The goals of the programmer to keep the wealthy and powerful from taking advantage of small business owners and the poor. Square Deal
It provided federal agents to inspect any meat sold across state lines, and required federal inspection of meat processing plants. Meat Inspection Act
Placed the same controls on other foods and on medicines. Also banned the interstate shipment of impure food and the mislabeling of food and drugs. Pure Food And Drug Act
A california naturalist whose efforts had led to congress to create yosemite national park in 1890. John Muir
Roosevelt drew on the ideas of the "rational use" ideas of this person, who led to the Division of Forestry in the U.S. department of Agriculture. Gifford Pinchot
(acronym) Congress passed this in 1902, which gave the federal government the power to divide where and how water would be distributed. NRA
Roosevelt traveled around the country speaking about this. A program to restore the government's trustbusting power. New Nationalism
The taft-Roosevelt battle split the republican party as an election neared. Progressives bolted from the republican party and set up this party. Progressive Party
In 1906, Roosevelt got congress to pass this, which gave the ICC strong enforcement powers. Hepburn Act
Democrats gained an opportunity for this candidate to win. Woodrow Wilson
William shaped his ideas into this program. New Freedom
gave congress the power to do. sixteenth amendment
acronym that made wilson push the congress to pass. FRA
In 1914 william persuaded congress to create this. FTC
acronym congress passed which strengthened earlier antitrust laws. CAA
due to the gilded age this emerged in the 1890s. progressivism
a community center that provided social services to the urban poor. Settlement house
an election which citizens themselves vote to elect nominees for upcoming elections. Direct primary
gave citizens the power to remove public servants from the office before their terms ended. Recall
she belived that women were hurt by the unfair prices of goods they had to buy to run their homes. Florence Kelley
She thought that family life and womens health would improve if mothers had less children. Margaret Sanger
acronym for people trying to get the voting rights of women. NAWSA
to make america great again. Americanization
separate but equal acronym. PVF
groups that made loans and provided legal assistance. Mutualistas

Progressives Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

writer who uncovers and exposes misconduct in politics or business muckraker
a photographer who exposed the crowded, unsafe, and unsanitary conditions of tenement living Jacob Riis
reform movement that emerged in the late 19th century that sought to improve society by applying Christian principles Social Gospel
community center organized at the turn of the 20th century to provide social services to the urban poor settlement house
leading figure in the settlement house movement who opened Hull House Jane Addams
process by which voters can remove elected officials from office before their terms end recall
movement aimed at stopping alcohol abuse and the problems created by it temperance movement
a nurse who thought that family life and women's health would improve if mothers had fewer children, so she opened the first birth control clinic Margaret Sanger
the right to vote suffrage
helped form the National Association of Colored Women to help families in need Ida Wells
amendment that gave women the right to vote Nineteenth Amendment
told blacks to move slowly toward racial progress by working hard Booker Washington
urged African Americans to demand all the rights guaranteed by the Constitution immediately WEB DuBois
war hero who became President in 1901 when Mckinley was killed Teddy Roosevelt
President Roosevelt's program of reforms to keep the wealthy and powerful from taking advantage of small business owners and the poor Square Deal
law that allowed the government to inspect meat sold across state lines and required federal inspection of meat processing plants Meat Inspection Act
law that gave the government the power to decide where and how water would be distributed through the building and management of dams and irrigation projects National Reclamation Act
became President in 1912 because of the split in the Republican Party Woodrow Wilson
President Wilson's program to place government controls on corporations in order to benefit small businesses New Freedom
amendment that gave Congress the authority to levy an income tax Sixteenth Amendment
law that placed national banks under the control of the Federal Reserve Board Federal Reserve Act
government agency established to identify monopolistic business practices, false advertising, and dishonest labeling Federal Trade Commission
law that strengthened the Sherman Antitrust Act Clayton Antitrust Act
limited railroad employees' workday to eight hours Adamson Act
gave wages to temporarily disabled employees Workingman's Compensation Act

The Progressive Movement Crossword Puzzle

Type
Crossword
Description

Amendment that congress shall collect taxes 16 Amendment
Amendment that gives you the right to vote directly for senators 17 Amendment
Amendment that prohibited sale and drinking of an alcoholic beverage 18 Amendment
Amendment that gave women the right to vote 19 Amendment
The right or ability to present a new bill Initiative
Search and Expose real or alleged corruption Muckraker
Civil rights organization NAACP
Philosophy of progress Progressivism
Prevention by the law Prohibition
act of recalling someone or something Recall
general vote of single political question Referendum
inner city area providing services Settlement House
social reform of christian faith Social Gospel
right to vote in political elections suffrage
abstinence for alcoholic Temperance

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

The Progressive Era (1890-1920) Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

The Progressive Era was period of widespread social activism and political______. REFORM
________ addressed major issues and problems in American society such as urbanization, industrialization and child labor. Progressivism
______ were journalists and novelists of the Progressive Era who sought to expose corruption in big business and government. MUCKRAKERS
________ antitrust act was the first measure passed by the U.S. Congress to prohibit monopolies. SHERMAN
In 1902 President ________ took J.P. Morgan’s Northern Securities Company to court for violating the Sherman Antitrust Act. ROOSEVELT
_______ Roosevelt served as the 26th president from 1901-1909. THEODORE
The National Child Labor __________ was established with the goal of abolishing all child labor COMMITTEE
The Pure Food and Drug Act and the Meat ______ Act were passed to protect the public’s health and welfare. INSPECTION
The ______ Act prohibited discrimination against railroad workers because of union membership and provided for mediation of railway labor disputes. ERDMAN
The Anthracite ______ Strike of 1902 was one of America's largest industrial strikes and saw President Roosevelt act as a mediator. COAL
The 1913 ______ Reserve Act established the Federal Reserve System FEDERAL
The _____ Antitrust Act revises the 1890 Sherman Antitrust Act and bans monopolistic and unfair business practices and affirms the right to go on strike. CLAYTON
The 19th Amendment is passed giving women the right to _____. VOTE

Progressivism Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

An economic system in which all industy is controlled by the government and there are no private businesses Socialism
A comprimise that settled a coal miners' strike in 1902 Square Deal
Nickname for journalists in the progressive era who wrote about society's problems Muckrakers
Part of the constitution guranteed woman's suffrage Nineteenth amendment
Passed in 1913 and reduced import taxes to their lowest level Underwood tariff act
Forbade shipping companies from accepting rebates Elkins act
International workers believed this type of economic system was bad for workers Capitalism
President roosevelt urged this process to settle a coal miners' strike in 1902 Arbitration
Passed in 1913 and created a three tiered banking system that still exists today Federal reserve act
Proggresive politician became president after william mckinley was assassinated Theodore roosevelt
Elected in 1908 with the help of an edorsement by T. Roosevelt William howard taft
Raised to an all time high during the 1920s to help american businesses Tariffs
Name for the most daring women of the 1920s Flappers
T. Roosevelts plan in the 1912 election to protect workers, ensure public health, and regulate business New nationalism
Event of October 29, 1929 that marked the end of the roaring 20s and began the Great depression Stock market crash

Progressive and Imperialism Vocabulary Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Description by President Roosevelt of his personal approach to current social problems. Square Deal
A landmark federal statue passed by Congress in 1890. Sherman Anti-trust Act
Further its aims in Latin America and East Asia through use of its economic power. Dollar Diplomacy
Refers to negotiating peacefully with other nations. Big Stick Policy
Convinced that all of Latin America was vulnerable to European attack. Roosevelt Corollary
Canal across the Isthmus of Panama, connecting the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans. Panama Canal
System in which support is given only to countries whose beliefs are analogous. Moral Diplomacy
Protection of equal privileges among countries trading with China. Open Door Policy
Style of newspaper reporting that emphasized sensationalism over facts. Yellow Journalism
Political party formed primarily to express the agrarian protest of the late 19th century. Populist Party
Applied to a variety of responses to the economic and social problems rapid industrialization introduced to America. Progressive
An action that involves a country extending its power by the acquisition of territories. Imperialism
Indicated complete abstinence, meaning no drinking of alcohol. Temperance Movement
The origin of the income tax. 16th Amendment
Senators were elected by state legislatures. 17th Amendment
Caused by the widespread belief that the consumption of alcohol was deteriorating America's health. 18th Amendment
Granted women the right to vote. 19th Amendment
Ratified into the U.S. Constitution on January 23,1933. 20th Amendment
Result of the failed prohibition of alcohol in the United States. 21st Amendment
All citizens vote to select nominees for upcoming elections. Direct Primary
A petition signed by a certain minimum number of registered voters can force a public vote. Initiative
Voters can remove an elected official from office through a direct vote before the term has ended. Recall
Direct vote in which an entire electorate is asked to vote on a particular proposal. Referendum
An act signed by President Roosevelt that prohibited the sale of adulterated or misbranded livestock and derived products. Meat Inspection Act
Legislation that would prevent" the manufacture, sale, or transportation of adulterated or misbranded or poisonous or deleterious foods, drugs or medicines, and liquors. Pure Food And Drug Act