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lecture 2-4-15

by: Sarah Notetaker

lecture 2-4-15 HY104

Sarah Notetaker
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History beyond 1865
Dr. Elmore

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thursday 2-4-15 lecture
History beyond 1865
Dr. Elmore
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Sarah Notetaker on Sunday February 15, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to HY104 at University of Alabama - Tuscaloosa taught by Dr. Elmore in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 88 views. For similar materials see History beyond 1865 in History at University of Alabama - Tuscaloosa.


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Date Created: 02/15/15
2415 History 104 Lecture 7 Keywords 1 Progressive Era 2 New Middle Class 3 The Jungle 4 Pure Food and Drug Act 1906 5 Jane Addams 6 Hull House 7 Tammany Hall 8 City Commission Movement Central Questions 1 What did progressive reformers hope to accomplish in urban America America in the New Millennium I Tough living in Dirty Cities a 1869 only 9 cities had more than 100000 inhabitants i Increased to 28 by 1890 b Boys as young as ten worked in labor factories i No labor laws 11 Roots of Progressivism a A new middle class b Fear of moral degradation contamination and corporate domination i Break up of monopolies III Progressive Era Reforms a Food Safety and Upton Sinclair s The jungle i Chicago s meat packing industry ii Startled people iii Food and Drug Act of 1906 1 Now known as FDA iv Meat inspection Act of 1906 1 USDA inspected all meat packaging factories b Social Justice Jane Addams Victorian ideals and settlement houses i Jane Addams 1 College educated a Studied Christian faith and medicine 2 Settlement house movement a Middle class people moved into poverty communities to help Americanize the immigrants living there 3 Hull House a First settlement house b Chicago 1889 c Immigrants were forced to embrace Americanism 4 She was a promoter of prohibition a Thought alcohol was a big problem b Member of the Women s Christian Temperance Union ii Reforming urban political machines 1 Tammany Hall Ring a Trade political favors to get votes from immigrants b Wards would negotiate with the poor iii City commissions and environmental clean up efforts 1 Setting up water systems a Sewers b Brought water from outside of cities because the water was less polluted


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