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Louis Sullivan

Made the skyscraper popular
Form allows function

2

Theodore Dreiser

Wrote Sister Carrie

3

Walter Rauschenbusch

Protestant clergyman
Applied Christianity to slums and factories
Pastor of German baptist church

4

Washington Gladden

Took over congressional church in Ohio

5

Jane Addams

Middle class woman
Established the Hull House
Reformer, condemned war and poverty
Won nobel peace prize

6

Florence Kelley

Fought for welfare of women, children, blacks, and consumers
General secretary of national consumers league

7

Dwight Lyman Moody

Urban revivalist preached in different American cities
Founded Moody Bible Institute

8

Cardinal Gibbons

Urban catholic leader
Wanted american unity
Popular with both Catholics and Protestants
Assisted labor movement

9

Mary baker eddy

Founded the church of Christ, scientist (Christian Science)
Wrote science and health with key to the scriptures

10

Colonel Robert g ingersall

Skeptic
Lectured on mistakes of Moses and why I am an agnostic

11

Booker t Washington

Founded Tuskegee institute
Accommodationist, self help approach
Worked in segregation
Thought economic independence would lead to political and civil rights

12

WEB Du Bois

Helped found NAACP
Full and immediate access to American life

13

Dr. Charles w. Elliot

Chemist
President of Harvard college
Embed on career of education statesmanship

14

Louis Pasteur and Joseph Lister

Made important medical discoveries

15

William James

Served on Harvard faculty
Wrote principles of psychology, the will to believe, varieties of religious experience, and pragmatism
Truth had to be tested rather than theories

16

Joseph Pulitzer

Leader in techniques of sensationalism
Colored comic supplements yellow journalism

17

William Randolph Hearst

Expelled from Harvard
Built up powerful chain of newspapers

18

Edwin L. Godkin

Launched New York's Nation
Crusaded for civil service reform, honesty in gov, and moderate tariff

19

Henry George

Wrote poverty and progress
Wanted single 100% tax on land

20

Edward Bellamy

Journalist and reformer
Published Looking Backward

21

Harlan F. Halsey

King of dime novelists

22

Lewis Wallace

Lawyer, soldier, author
Wrote Ben hur

23

Horation Alger

Wrote juvenile fiction-virtues of honesty and industry are rewarded. Y success wealth and honor

24

Walt Whitman

Wrote leaves of grass (revised it)
Wrote poems

25

Emily Dickinson

Her poetry emerged after she died

26

Sidney Lanier

Wrote poems
The marshes of glynn

27

Kate Chopin

Wrote about suicide, adultery, and women's ambitions

28

Mark twain

Real name: Samuel Langhorne Clemens
Wrote the celebrated jumping frog of calaveras county, roughing it, the innocents abroad, the gilded age (with Charles Dudley Warner)

29

Bret Hart

Wrote luck of roaring camp and the outcasts of poker flat

30

William dean Howells

Editor of Atlanta monthly
Wrote a modern instance, the rise of Silas lapham, hazard of new fortunes

31

Stephen crane

Wrote Maggie: a girl of the streets, the red badge of courage

32

Henry James

Wrote about confrontation of innocent Americans with subtle europeans: Daisy Miller, the portrait of A lady , the wings of the dove, the Bostonians

33

Jack London

The call of the wild

34

Frank Norris

The octopus, the pit

35

Paul Lawrence Dunbar

Black poet
Lyrics of lowly life

36

Charles w chesnutt

Black fictionalist short stories for Atlantic monthly and the conjure women

37

Victoria Woodhall

Believed in free love
Divorced, stockbroker, feminist propagandist
Published Woodhall and claflins weekly, with her sister, Tennessee Claflin

38

Anthony Comstock

Fought immoral, defended sexual purity

39

Charlotte Perkins gilman

Feminist profit
Published women and economics
Wanted women to stop being dependent, get involved in the economy

40

Carrie chapman Catt

Effective suffrage leader
Stoppednthe emphasis on that they were equal and shifted to the fact women were discharging public roles

41

Ida b wells

Helped launch national association of colored women

42

Frances e Willard

Champion of planned parenthood
Led the women's Christian temperance union

43

Carrie nation

Smashed saloons and brought disrepute to prohibition

44

James whistler

Portrait painter (failed at chemistry in England)

45

John singer Sargent

Portrait painter
Likeness of British nobility

46

Mary Cassatt

Exiled to Paris
Painted sensitive portrayals of women and children

47

George Inness

Leading landscapist

48

Thomas Eakins

High degree of realism in paintings

49

Winslow homer

Greatest painter
Resisted foreign influence
Realism and boldness of conception

50

Augustus saint

Sculptor
Robert Gould shaw memorial

51

Henry h. Richardson

Architect
Populized ornamental style aka richardsonian- high arches
Marshall field building in Chicago

52

Phineas t Barnum and James a baily

Circus

53

William f Cody

Wild West shows

54

Walter c camp

Football yaleman

55

Jim Corbett

Boxing world champion from John l Sullivan

56

James Naismith

Invented basketball

57

American protective association

Urged voting against Roman Catholic candidates for office

58

Conservatives

Stood on scriptures as infallible word of god
Condemned Darwinians

59

Modernists

Refused to accept the bible at all

60

Chautauqua movement

Education movement for adults (lectures)

61

Morrill act of 1862

Gave generous grant of public lands to the states for support of education

62

The hatch act of 1887

Extended the Morrill act, provided funds for the establishment of agricultural experiment stations in connection with the land grant colleges