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25 Cards in this Set

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Leo Frank
Lynched, accused of murdering a young factory working girl…later proven innocent
Jimmy Carter
Georgian governor who later became president
Franklin D. Roosevelt
Made many New Deal programs, fought in WWII
Adolf Hitler
dictator of the Soviet Union…created the Holocaust!
John Pemberton
My hero who created Coca-Cola
Hoke Smith
governor prohibited alcohol, made smith-lever and Smith-Huges act!
Harry S. Truman:
ended WWII with a bomb on Japan
Dwight D. Eisenhower
Supreme commander of the Allied Forces
W.E.B Dubious
Wanted political change by actions NOW…Booker T. Washington was the opposite
John Rockefeller
made Standard Oil Company…nation's first trust.
Juliette Gordon Low
Founder of Girl Scouts
Oswald Villard
Started the NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People)
Alice Harrell Strickland
Georgia's 1st woman mayor
Alonzo Herndon
Made Atlanta Mutual Insurance Company
Woodrow Wilson
tried to keep America neutral in WWI…president
Charles Lindbergh
made the 1st non-stop transatlantic flight
Carrie Nation:
A rather tall women who carried a hatchet to break open beer barrels…a symbol of the temperance movement and was very scary looking..
Rebecca Latimer Felton
1st women to be appointed to a seat in the senate ...oldest person to! short term as well!
Emily MacDougald
formed Georgia's Equal Suffrage party to gain support for the Nineteenth Amendment giving women the right to vote.
Martha Berry
Berry collage is named after her, called the Sunday Lady of Possum Trot
John Hope
president of the National Association of Teachers of Colored Schools and a leader in the Association for the Study of Negro Life and History.
Booker T. Washington
Gave the Atlanta compromise speech, believed that injustice to blacks could be ended by patience and nonviolence and that freedom will come to them itself
Upton Sinclair
: Muckraker, wrote a novel The Jungle describing the horrible conditions of the Chicago meat packing plant.
Mary Harris Armor:
Protester of temperance movement…spoke of "Demon Rum"
Tom Watson
died in office, Rebbecca took his seat