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(Henry Grady)

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New South
By Sean Foster and Morgan Smith

1.
2. The names were Joseph E. Brown, Alfred H. Colquitt, and John B. Gordon and they held the position as powerful democratic leaders.
3. Their views were that the white race is superior to any other races.
4. Not helping the poor, not improving education, and poor factory and jail conditions.
5. 1872-1890.
6. Their economic focus was to expand Georgia’s economy and ties with industries in the north, and to maintain the tradition of white supremacy.


Henry Grady and the International Cotton Exposition (Topic 2)
1.What time period was Henry Grady in power and what year was the International Cotton Exposition?
2. What was Henry Grady’s economic focus and how did he help Georgia’s economy (job creation and investments)?
3. What was the purpose of the International Cotton Expo and what famous people attended?
4. What was the result of the International Cotton Expo (address investments)?
5. What was Henry Grady’s profession/career and what hospital currently operating in Georgia is named after him?
6. Provide a picture that represents the International Cotton Exposition.
Jim Crow Laws and Plessey v. Ferguson
(Topic 5)
1. What events led to the court case Plessey v. Ferguson?
2. What was the result of Plessey v. Ferguson?
3. What did “Separate but Equal” mean in the daily lives of Georgia citizens?
4. What were “Jim Crow Laws”?
5. What court case gave Jim Crow laws official status?
6. Provide a picture that represents this topic.
Rebecca Latimer Felton (Topic 3)

1. She is best remembered for being the first to hold what position in politics?
2. Using your book, define temperance, suffrage, and the convict lease system.
3. What two major movements were she involved in during her lifetime and how did she contribute to them?
4. What were her views on prison reform? What were the main problems with the convict lease system and how did she try to correct them?
5. Provide a picture that represents this topic. 6. Provide an additional picture that represents this topic.
Tom Watson and the Populists (Topic 4)
1. What did it mean to be a Populist?
2. What was RFD and how did it affect Georgia?
3. How did Watson’s views on race relations change during his career? 4. What important political offices did he hold in Georgia?
5. Provide a picture that represents this topic.
6. Provide an additional picture that represents this topic.
Bourbon Triumvirate (Topic 1)
1. Provide a picture that represents this topic.
2. What were the names of the three important individuals in the Bourbon Triumvirate and what important positions did they hold in Georgia?
3. What were their views on race relations?
4. What problems were the Bourbon Triumvirate criticized for not helping improve during their time in power?
5. What time period were they in power?
6. What was their economic focus or how did they try to help Georgia’s economy change?
1. He was in power during the South era and The International Cotton Exposition was during 1895.
2. His focus was he wanted Georgia to be more industrialized, and he helped the economy by making African Americans part of his economic growth, helping plan the International Cotton Exposition, and bringing investors from the north which created jobs in Georgia.
3. The purpose was to show how cotton was made into a marketable product, to bring northern investors to Georgia, and to highlight Georgia’s natural resources. The famous people who came were northern investors.
4. The result was it led to the growth of textile industry in Georgia.
5. His profession was a newspaper writer and the hospital is called Grady Memorial Hospital.
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1. The first woman senate
2. Temperance: abstinence from an alcoholic drink. Suffrage: The right to vote in political elections. Convict Lease System: a system of penal labor used in the south.
3. She was involved in the women’s Suffrage movement, and the Temperance movement, and she helped both of them by helping women get to vote, and helping ban alcohol.
4. Her views on prison reform were that she wanted people to obey the Convict Lease System. But, the main problems with the Convict Lease System were that prisoners were used by private businesses and industries.
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6.
1. It meant you were a member of labor organization .
2. RFD was the Rural Free Delivery Bill and it meant that all mail would be shipped to rural farm families’ houses for free.
3. His views changed because he started to think differently about civil rights.
4. He held the position of a democrat elected to the General Assembly, and also a populist elected to the House of Representatives
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6.

1. The Black Codes and the event where a black man sat on the white part of the bus led up Plessey v. Ferguson.
2. The result was that the Jim Crow Laws were made, which was a legal right to be enforced if violated by African Americans.
3. It meant that all the races were equal, but they would be separated from each other.
4. Laws made by states and cite to separate the African-Americans and whites “Separate-but-Equal” faculties for everything.
5. The Supreme Court made the laws.
6.

Booker T. Washington (Topic 6)
1. What was the main message given in his “Atlanta Compromise Speech” at the International Cotton Exposition?
2. What were his views on race relations?
3. How did his views on race relations differ from W.E.B. DuBois?
4. What was his profession/career? 5. Provide a picture that represents this topic.
6. Provide an additional picture that represents this topic.
1. Proposed that blacks and whites should agree to benefit from each other economically.
2. That blacks and whites didn’t have mixed socially,Blacks shouldn’t push for equal rights but work to improve themselves ,Get any job- “Equality will come overtime”
3.W.E.B. Dubois felt that Washington’s ideas would keep blacks in a position that was lower than whites.
4.He became a Civil rights leader and was a college professor and president of Tuskegee Institution in Alabama.
5. 6.

W.E.B. Dubois (Topic 8)
1. What was the Niagara Movement? 2. What does the letters “NAACP” stand for and how was he involved with its founding?
3. What were his views on education for African Americans?
4. How did his views on race relations differ from Booker T. Washington?
5. What was his profession/career? 6. Provide a picture that represents this topic.
1. The Niagara Movement was a black civil rights organization founded in 1905 to end Jim Crow Laws, which later became known as “NAACP”.
2. It stands for National Association for the Advanced of Color People. He is involved because he organized the movement.
3. He wanted higher education for 10% of the black population, Pushed for social/political of races, and Wanted equal rights for the black citizens
4. He wanted equal rights for blacks, unlike Washington, he didn’t think it was on his priority list to have blacks having equal rights.
5. He was a civil rights leader and a Professor at Atlanta University
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1906 Atlanta Race Riot and Racial Violence
(Topic 8)
1.What important Georgia figure is assumed to be responsible for intensifying racial tension in Atlanta and how did he do it?
2. What were the economic factors that led to the competition between the races in Atlanta?
3. Please provide a picture that represents this topic.
4. Please provide some details about this event. Include how long it took and how it was finally resolved.
5. What were some consequences of this event?
6. Provide another picture that represents this topic.
1. Tom Watson is responsible for adding to racial tension.
2. A riot was occurred and increased the population and put pressure on race relations because of job compressions.
3.


4. Based on reports, African-Americans inappropriately had interactions with white women and abused alcohol. Also, Racial violence was used to stop African Americans from voting or getting more power. The riot lasted3 days- 18 African Americans were killed, 3 whites were killed, and hundreds were injured. It ended by a law being passed restricting African Americans.
5. KKK was formed and killed hundreds of people.Lynching became common practice of the racial extremists and high costs of property damage (buildings were burned destroyed).
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Leo Frank Case (Topic 9)
1. Who was Leo Frank and what was his religion and profession?
2. He was accused of what crime? 3. What happened to Leo Frank after his trial was over?
4. What main group of extremists re-emerged as a result of this court case (include a picture)?
5. Explain in detail what happened after the governor commuted his sentence to life in prison.
6. Provide a picture that represents this topic.
1. He was a governor of Georgia Slaton commuted his sentence to life in prison- he was found guilty of killing 13 year old Mary Phagan. He was Judaism.
2. killing 13 year old Mary Phagan
3. He was taken from his cell in Milledgeville, and was driven to Marietta, and was lynched from a tree in front of Mary Phagan’s House.
4. The KKK was re-emerged



5. He was taken from his cell in Milledgeville, and was driven to Marietta, and was lynched from a tree in front of Mary Phagan’s House.

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