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In History
  • Tom Watson and the Populists

    Tom Watson and the Populists
    He lived from September 5,1856 to September 26,1922 he lived a very long time.
    He was a lot of things like a Politician, attorney, newspaper edit.
  • Booker T. Washington

    Booker T. Washington
    He was born in a place called Virginia farm Washington as a slave.
    He created a school for the Negros and made newspaper.
  • Plessy v. ferguson

    Plessy v. ferguson
    In 1896 the U.S supreme court put a on a case for the constitutionality under the name of separate but equal.
  • Alonzo Herndon

    Alonzo Herndon
    He was born into slavery in on June 26, 1858. He was sent away from his home by his father.
  • 1906 Atlanta riot

    1906 Atlanta riot
    Once there was a a major break out of violence. Plus the whites did most of the bleedletting.
  • John and Lugenia Hope

    John and Lugenia Hope
    Lugenia Burns married John Hope in 1897. Lugenia Burns Hope was the youngest out of seven kids.
  • WEB DuBois

    WEB DuBois
    Du Bios knew nothing about he father because he had died shortly after has birth.he studied at Harvard and other tips of schools.
  • Leo Frank case

    Leo Frank case
    He was known as one of the most notorious and high publicized cases. He was on trial and convicted of murdering a thirteen year old girls.
  • Great Depression

    Great Depression
    The market were low on food. people was getting fired from their jobs.
  • Civilian Conservation corps

    Civilian Conservation corps
    This was one of the first New Deal programs. Was a public work relief program that started from 1933 to 1942.
  • John and Lugenia Hope

    John and Lugenia Hope got married in 1897. They moved in together in the city of Atlanta.
  • Agricultural Adjustment act

    This is the food the they sold corn, wheat, cotton, rice, peanuts, tobacco and milk. This act has
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    International cotton Exposition

    On this day in 1881, the president threw an emetic switch at his Massachusetts. International cotton Exposition Introduction in the late nineteenth centurys
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    Eugene Tamladge

    He was born on the family farm. His career was a politician democratic.
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    World war 1

    9 million soldiers had been killed and 21 million were hurt. World War I ended in the defeat of the Central Powers in November 1918.
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    county unit systems

    There was once a man the of Gray v.sanders overruled the system.
    Then it was one man and one vote for every one.