CRCT Review 6

Report
Great
Depression
World War
II
Post WWII
People
Misc.
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Deal program that created new jobs
in order to build parks, sewer
systems, bridges, etc.
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CCC
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FDR’s plan to ease and lead America
out of the Great Depression
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New Deal
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Elected as President of the United
States in 1932; elected to a total of
four terms of office as president
(served longer than any other
president);
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Franklin D. Roosevelt
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Powerful governor of Georgia
during the 1930’s and 1940’s;
very critical of
Franklin D. Roosevelt and
his New Deal programs
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Eugene Talmadge
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Economic crisis in the United
States from 1929 until the start of
WWII;
began with the Stock Market
crash on Black Tuesday (October
29, 1929).
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Great Depression
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Name given to the systematic
extermination (killing) of 6 million
Jews and 5-6 million other
“undesirables” by Adolf Hitler and
Nazi Germany during
World War II.
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Holocaust
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Sneak attack against a U.S. naval
base in Hawaii by the empire of
Japan on
December 7, 1941.
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Bombing of Pearl Harbor
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Georgia city visited by Franklin
D. Roosevelt many times during
his presidency (beginning in
1924); site of the “Little White
House” and the location of FDR’s
death.
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Warm Springs
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Served 25 consecutive terms in the
U.S. House of Representatives from
1914 to 1965; helped to expand
the U.S. Navy during this time
period by creating bills that built
new Navy bases and ship building
factories.
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Carl Vinson
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Served in the U.S. Senate for 38
years; helped to improve the
military preparedness of the
United States by increasing the
military budget and
helping to create
additional military bases in
Georgia.
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Richard Russell
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Three major transportation systems
in Georgia
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Hartsfield-Jackson Airport,
Deepwater Sea Ports and the
Interstate Highway System
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Served as mayor of Atlanta from
1937- 1961 (6 terms; longer than any
other mayor) ; after his death Atlanta
Airport was renamed after him.
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William B. Hartsfield
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Under this system only white
citizens were allowed to vote in the
primary elections.
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White Primary
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Symbol of Georgia; changed to
include the Confederate Battle Flag
(St. Andrews Cross); became a
controversy between whites and
blacks
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1956 State Flag
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U.S. Supreme court case that
overturned Plessey vs Ferguson and
ruled that segregation was
unconstitutional
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Brown vs Board of Education,
(Topeka, Kansas)
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Civil Rights leader that used a nonviolent approach to end racial
segregation
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Dr. Martin Luther King
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1st African American mayor of a
major southern city (Atlanta)
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Maynard Jackson
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Former aid to MLK who was
instrumental in getting the 1996
Olympic Games in Atlanta
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Andrew Young
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Elected U.S. President in 1976 (only
president from Georgia)
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Jimmy Carter
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Segregationist Georgia Governor
who promised to bring back the
white primary (his father was also
Georgia Governor)
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Herman Talmadge
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Which continent is Georgia
located on
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North American
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Which region in Georgia receives
the most rainfall per year
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Blue Ridge Region
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Who was the last Royal Governor of
Georgia
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James Wright
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The first name for Atlanta
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Terminus
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Georgia’s five capitols in order
SALMA
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Savannah, Augusta, Louisville,
Milledgeville, Atlanta
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