William Henry Harrison
John Quincy Adams
Martin Van Buren
ALIEN AND SEDITION ACTS
TREATY OF GREENVILLE
WILLIAM HOWARD TAFT
JOHN D ROCKEFELLER
KNIGHTS OF LABOR
what was the item the government took out of circulation?
who started the patrons of husbandry?
what is the organization for farmers that became popularly known?
what was the name of economic movement among American farmers?
what is the movement of the people?
a system of allowing the unrestricted currency of two metals(silver and gold)
what was a consequence of the panic of 1812?
what is a track or set of tracks made of steel rails?
what was the backing dollars solely with gold called?
what are members of a political movement called?
what is the name of the political party that proposed an increase in the money supply
Who did the Populists join?
what is the name for the term:The population concentration shifts from rural areas to cities
what is a union or association formed for mutual benefit?
who is one of the key founders of the National Grange?
started the Patrons of the Husbandry
another name for Patrons of Husbandry and a social and educational organization through which farmers attempted to combat the power of the railroads in the late 19th century.
groups of farmers and their sympathizers who sent lectures to towns to educate the population on rural and agricultural issues
a political movement that demanded that people needed to have a greater voice in the government including a voice for farmers and laborers.
the use of gold and silver as a monetary system
a monetary system in which the basic unit of currency is defined in terms of a set amount of gold
a Republican candidate for president that was up to the Republican’s gold standards
editor of the Omaha World-Herald and former Nebraska congressman who delivered a passionate address at the Democratic convention
an organized group that controls a political party in a city and offers services to voters and businesses in exchange for political and economic support.
the illegal use of political influence for personal gain
He became the head of Tammany Hall, New York City’s most powerful Democratic machine. He led the Tweed Ring into defrauding the city.
an officeholder’s power to appoint people—usually those who have helped him or her get elected—to positions in government.
the nonmilitary branches of government administration
a Republican president who was elected in 1876 who wanted Congress to pass civil service reform.
an independent presidential candidate from Ohio
the vice president for Garfield who was chosen to balance Garfield’s reformer ties.
a law, enacted in 1883, that established a bipartisan civil service commission to make appointments to government jobs by means of the merit system.
The first Democratic nominee to win a presidential election for 28 years in 1884. He tried to lower tariff rates but received no help from Congress.
an Indiana senator who was the grandson of President William Henry Harrison. His campaign was funded by large companies who wanted tariffs higher than they already were.
treaty of fort laramie
george a cluster
battle of wounded knee
oliver hudson kelley
william jennings bryan
colored farmers alliance
patrons of husbandry
Constitution of 1876
The national association of farmers, called the Patrons of Husbandry, also known as...
A business operated to benefit its members by helping them save money
Farmers began organizing into politically active regional groups called?
This party had eight platforms it ran off of
Last name of the the president who won the most disputed election
Republican party divided and this group opposed legislation to alter the civil service
The other group in the republican party that wanted to keep the civil service as it was
Awarding government jobs
A funny name given to a group that refused to accept the presidential nomination of James G Blaine
Last name of president to win election as a Democrat after the Civil War
What act in 1887 was adopted to prevent another disputed election
a nickname for an aggressive leader, named Thomas B. Reed
The name of a tariff that gave protection to American industry and farmers
a clause which says, 'we will treat you as you treat us'
William Jennings Bryan was known as the one of the greatest _________ of all time
the Gold Standard Act made ______ the sole standard of monetary value
Last name of president that was assassinated after his second inauguration