anonymous
  • anonymous
Over the course of 62 years, approximately 12 million Europeans passed through which immigration station in New York Harbor? A)angel island B)ellis island C)statue of liberty D)alcatraz
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schrodinger
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Definitely Ellis Island. The statue of liberty is absurd. Alcatraz clearly isn't the answer, as that's a prison.
anonymous
  • anonymous
q2) Which of the following was Frederick Law Olmsted’s famous work? A)the chinese exclusion act B)ellis island C)central park in new york D)socal gospel
anonymous
  • anonymous
Well he was famous for architectural design. Ellis island isn't it. Social gospel doesn't fit that category, and the chinese exclusion act is well beyond that concept. The only answer left is Central Park. He's famous for the design of Central Park in New York

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anonymous
  • anonymous
q3) What new invention made taller buildings more practical for inhabitants? A)steel frames B)elevators C)immagrant labor D)urban planning
anonymous
  • anonymous
q4) Where could the poor find assistance from social reformers? A)immigration centers B)tenements C)settlement houses D)skyscraperes
anonymous
  • anonymous
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taramgrant0543664
  • taramgrant0543664
Well for question 3 elevators made it more practical for inhabitants to occipants
anonymous
  • anonymous
Well he was famous for architectural design. Ellis island isn't it. Social gospel doesn't fit that category, and the chinese exclusion act is well beyond that concept. The only answer left is Central Park. He's famous for the design of Central Park in New York
taramgrant0543664
  • taramgrant0543664
And for the question 4 it would be c settlement houses
anonymous
  • anonymous
_____________, along with many others, was responsible for the statue becoming a reality. A)joseph pulitzer B)edouard rene lefebvre de laboulaye C)all the choices are correct D)frederic-auguste bartholdi
taramgrant0543664
  • taramgrant0543664
I believe it would be Joseph Pulitzer
anonymous
  • anonymous
q6) Many Americans volunteered to help the poor as part of the __________ movement. A)philanthropy lives B)social reform C)helping hands D)social gospel
taramgrant0543664
  • taramgrant0543664
Social gospel? I'm thinking its that one
anonymous
  • anonymous
The Social Gospel encouraged many __________. a) Americans to volunteer to help the poor b) Americans to travel to Europe c) immigrants to become protestants d) of the new immigrants to attend church
taramgrant0543664
  • taramgrant0543664
Help the poor it's the opposite as the question above
anonymous
  • anonymous
The American businessman who made a fortune by investing in railroads and steamships was __________. A)horatio alger B)john d. rockefeller C)andrew carnegie D)carnelius vanderbilt
taramgrant0543664
  • taramgrant0543664
That one would be D
anonymous
  • anonymous
Well he was famous for architectural design. Ellis island isn't it. Social gospel doesn't fit that category, and the chinese exclusion act is well beyond that concept. The only answer left is Central Park. He's famous for the design of Central Park in New York
anonymous
  • anonymous
The latter part of the 1800s, when new inventions and business practices increased the production of American industry, was called __________. A)the gilded age B)the second industral revolution C)the first industral revolution D)the age of production
anonymous
  • anonymous
Andrew Carnegie and John D. Rockefeller were too greedy to be philanthropists. (true or false)
taramgrant0543664
  • taramgrant0543664
I'm think the first industrial revolution
taramgrant0543664
  • taramgrant0543664
I'm pretty sure that they are philanthropists
anonymous
  • anonymous
Which of these speakers is a believer in social Darwinism? A)"government should give assistance to people who cant make it on their own" B)"even poor people should give to chairty" C)"the rewards of the booming economy should be distributed evenly among all citizens" D)"weak nd struggle businuesses should never get assistance from the government
taramgrant0543664
  • taramgrant0543664
That one is also D
anonymous
  • anonymous
A(n) __________ is a corporation that forms a monopoly by owning businesses that control the total production of one product. A)big businesses B)philanthropist C)trust D)entreneur
taramgrant0543664
  • taramgrant0543664
It could be trust but I'm not 100% sure
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Well he was famous for architectural design. Ellis island isn't it. Social gospel doesn't fit that category, and the chinese exclusion act is well beyond that concept. The only answer left is Central Park. He's famous for the design of Central Park in New York

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