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This set of flashcards can be used to review rural life changes in the United States.
*Flashcards are in a PDF format. There are 2 flashcards per page. To use these in my classroom, I cut the page in half horizontally, fold the flashcard over, then laminate. After I laminate the flashcards, I hole punch these and put a book ring through each set. A preview flashcard is also included that can be attached to the front of the stack to keep the cards organized and labeled.
*Also included is an editable PowerPoint slide if you would like to add any terms or questions to your set. Just insert a text box over the frame and type your questions. The font I have used throughout this set is KG Lego House and is free to download for personal use through Kimberly Geswein's TpT store.
This set includes 36 flashcards as follows:
What is manual labor?
What is mechanization?
Who was Cyrus McCormick?
What was the mechanical reaper?
What was a threshing machine?
Who was Aaron Montgomery Ward?
Who were Richard Sears and Alvin Roebuck?
What is urbanization?
What is a tenement?
Who was Jane Addams?
What is a settlement house?
What is a political machine?
Who was William “Boss” Tweed?
What is a suspension bridge?
What is a tenant?
What is enfranchised?
What was the Great Migration?
Who was Jack L. Cooper?
Who was W.E.B. DuBois?
What is the NAACP?
Who was George Washington Carver?
Who was Booker T. Washington?
Who were Lucretia Mott and Elizabeth Cady Stanton?
What was the Seneca Falls Convention?
What is suffrage?
What was a suffragist?
Who was Lucy Stone?
Who was Susan B. Anthony?
What was the purpose of the 19th amendment?
Who was Jacob Riis?
How did the mechanization of farms change rural life?
How did the invention of the telephone affect life in the US?
What was the purpose of the Rural Electrification Act?
What were some factors that led to growth in the cities?
What was one result of rapid city growth?
What were the factors contributing to the Great Migration?