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What did nativists believe

Nativists believed that Immigrants wanted to destroy America.

What invention made possible the growth of railroads

the turnpike was the invention that made the growth of railroads possible

What was a major benefit of railroads

all of the above are correct

How did new technology change the lifestyles of many young people

Young people became more independent.

Why were people able to live in the suburbs

They could get to work on trains

What attracted people to the suburbs

they were neighborhoods away from the city centers. People were attracted to the suburbs by more land or bigger homes

What is patent revocation

Patent revocation is the removal of patent protection from an invention.

How did streetcars change the way that cities were organized

the city centers became business districts

What did traveling on streetcars mean for many young people

They could get to know each other without supervision.

What service was started by the creation of rural free delivery

Home mail service.

How were people who worked in the city affected by the invention of the railroads

They could move farther away from where they worked?

How did the typewriter affect job opportunities for women

it created more jobs in offices.

How did the streetcar affect life in the big city

middle class people now could afford to live just outside the city limits

The following was not important invention of the early 20th century

the cotton gin

If you leave your home due to an abusive government that is considered

Push Factor

Nativist groups wanted to stop

The Nativist groups wanted to stop the mass immigration to the US because they believe the immigrants take their job opportunities.

Why did immigrants want to come to America in the late 19th and early 20th century

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Which was not an important invention created at the turn of the 20th century

The locomotive

How did the building of the railroads affect peoples ability to travel

People could travel farther and more frequently. Also, rail travel was safer

What of the following led to more children entering high school

new laws requiring younger children to go to school. (APEX)

Which of the following would not have been considered a white-collar worker

Carpenter

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