Quiz Me! - People: Progressive Era

Test your knowledge about people in the Progressive Era!

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This militant suffragist alienated some suffragists with more moderate views by actions such as burning President Woodrow Wilson’s speeches, a daily picket in front of the White House and beginning a H unger strike while she was in jail for a peaceful march for Women’s suffrage.

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Creating national parks, expanding eminent domain, fighting  for a “square deal” for Americans, this president was known for using the “bully pulpit” to make his ideas happen.

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Jane Addams created a settlement house to help poor immigrants who had come to Chicago. This settlement house provided education, day and after-school care for children of working mothers among other things such as an art gallery and library to name a few.  This facility was known as -

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Women’s suffrage was granted in 1920 with the ratification of the Nineteenth Amendment during this president’s administration.

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Who is this past president whose motto “Speak softly and carry a big stick. ” described his philosophy on foreign policy?

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The Pure Food and Drug Act was adopted in which time period?

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After working hard to pass the Nineteenth Amendment, Carrie Chapman Catt then founded the -

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This notable woman was the first woman awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for her work promoting the rights of children, African Americans, and women and her work in the peace movement during World War I.

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Which of the following presidents is identified as the nation’s “conservation President?”

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This notable person was the first African American to receive a PhD from Harvard and later went on to help cofound the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP).

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