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Imperialism and the Progressive Era - American History - About.com
The Age of Imperialism, when the United States flexed it's new-found power. This was accompanied by Theodore Roosevelt's Progressive Era.
Muckrakers and Their Major Investigations - American History
Muckrakers were investigative reporters and writers during the progressive era who wrote about corruption and injustices in order to make changes in society.
The Gilded Age - American History - About.com
The 'Gilded Age',a term coined by Mark Twain, referred to the overt opulence exhibited by the wealthy in the industrial era. The Progressive Era would result as  ...
African-Americans and the Progressive Era - African-American History
And the era was known as the Progressive Movement. Yet one issue was consistently ignored: the plight of African-Americans in the United States.
National Association of Colored Women - African-American History
... The Civil War & Reconstruction Period · Segregation and the Jim Crow Era · Civil ... How African-Americans Championed for Change in the Progressive Era ...
Anti Lynching Movement - African-American History - About.com
How African-Americans Championed for Change in the Progressive Era · Mistakes in Women's History Writings · Organizational Guarantees of the Rights and ...
Lugenia Burns Hope - African-American History - About.com
African-American Women and Reform Efforts · The Progressive Era · Women and the ... How African-Americans Championed for Change in the Progressive Era ...
The Niagara Movement: Organizing for Social Change
How African-Americans Championed for Change in the Progressive Era · African- American History · Organizations ... The Civil War & Reconstruction Period.
Temperance Movement and Prohibition Timeline - Women's History
Progressive Era Liquor Reform. By Jone Johnson Lewis ... The Progressive movement often took the side of temperance and prohibition. In 1918 and 1919, the ...
Biography W.E.B. Du Bois - African-American History - About.com
Initially, Du Bois agreed with the philosophy of Booker T. Washington , the preeminent leader of African-Americans during the Progressive Era. Washington's ...
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