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Who is on the penny?
Lincoln
Who is on the Nickel?
Jefferson
Who is on the Dime?
Roosevelt
Who is on the Quarter-Dollar?
Washington
Who is on the Half-Dollar?
Kennedy
Who is on the Dollar Coin?
Sacagawea and Susan B Anthony
Who is on the Dollar Bill?
Washington
Who is on the Two Dollar Bill?
Jefferson
Who is on the Five Dollar Bill?
Lincoln
Who is on the Ten Dollar Bill?
Hamilton
Who is on the Twenty Dollar Bill?
Jackson
Who is on the Fifty Dollar Bill?
Grant
Who is on the Hundred Dollar Bill?
Franklin
Treaty Of Guadalupe Hidalgo
On February 2, 1848, a treaty ending the Mexican War was signed here
Treaty of Paris
September 1783, ended the American Revolutionary War and represented a major diplomatic triumph for the young nation.
Treaty of Hay - Bunau-Varilla
though Panama later agreed to the terms including: the United States was to receive rights to a canal zone which was to extend ten miles on either side of the canal route in perpetuity; Panama was to receive a payment from US up to $10 million and an annual rental payments of $250,000
Treaty of Versailles
the peace treaty which officially ended World War I between the Allied and Associated Powers and Germany
Collective Bargaining
Negotiation between organized workers and their employer or employers to determine wages, hours, rules, and working conditions.
"Yellow Dog" Contract
An employer-employee contract, no longer legal, by which the employee agrees not to join a union while employed.
Closed Shop
Organization where workers are required to be in a Union before they can be hired
Scab
A person hired to replace a striking worker
AFL - CIO
American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations
Taft-Hartley Act
A Federal law that was enacted in 1947 that prohibited certain union practices and required improvement in union disclosure of financial and political dealings.
Family Leave
An absence from work granted so that an employee can give care to a family member, such as a new baby or sick parent.