Intellectual/Social/Cultural Movements:
1870s - 1914 (5)

Choose the correct word for each question.
In his book, Looking Backward, 2000-1887, this author described a socialist utopian future.
This famous architect believed that architecture should blend with its environment and surroundings and should not imitate Greek and Roman styles, as was the trend of the time. He was known for his "prairie house" architectural style.
Another name for those people who had recently become wealthy, rather than inheriting a long-established family fortune.
This Jamaican business entrepreneur brought his "Back-To-Africa" movement and United Negro Improvement Association to the United States.
This philosophy applied evolution to social studies by stating that the law of the survival of the fittest also applied to the human race.
This author of popular literature wrote about rags-to-riches stories in which the characters obtained material possessions and wealth as a way of achieving happiness.
One of the best-known sculptors of the period, he was known for his large and robust compositions.
In his book, Progress and Poverty, he criticized unequal land distribution which he believed led to extreme differences between the social classes.
This ex-slave, who established Tuskegee Institute in Alabama, believed that African Americans should work to achieve economic improvement before striving for social and political equality with whites.
The talented and creative director who produced the nation's first movie spectacular, The Birth of a Nation, which had a very racist and pro-Southern view of the Civil War and Reconstruction.
This first American impressionist was considered to be the best artist of the period and was primarily known for his seascapes in which lone men struggling against the forces of nature.
This African American civil rights leader and author supported aggressive action to gain full civil, economic, and political equality for black Americans. He was a co-founder of the N. A. A. C. P.
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