1890-1920 America

A couple fo brief questions for topic America 1890-1945 , History AS

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  • Created on: 01-04-12 13:50

1. What did Andrew Carnegie do in 1872?

  • Learnt a new way how to make steel, cheaply using iron ore
  • learnt how to make the atomic bomb
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2. What was America like by 1890?

  • nobody lived there
  • all of America had been discovered
  • it had not yet been discovered

3. What were the push factors for people moving to America?

  • Work, new home, new start, escape religious persecution, poverty , poor land or soil-potato famine, political unrest, industrial change
  • better food
  • employment, a better life, adventure

4. What were the pull factors for people to move to America?

  • better living standards and cleaner enviroments
  • The appeal of a better life, employment, a fresh start, Adventure, The American dream
  • Work, new home, new start, escape religious persecution, poverty , poor land or soil-potato famine, political unrest, industrial change

5. What was the Monroe Doctrine

  • A declaration made by James Monroe in 1823 that the USA would not tolerate a European nation colonizing an independant nation in the south or North of America
  • A declaration made by Marilyn Monroe
  • A declaration of war made in 1923

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