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  1. Alexander Graham Bell captain of industry J.P. Morgan robber baron Cornelius Vanderbilt robber baron Henry Ford captain...

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  2. Dr. Alexander G. Bell also headed up a small organization of men interested in flight...

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  3. ...invention? (Points: 1) telegraph machine Alexander Graham Bell 5. What was the most common impact of new inventions...

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  4. ...invention? (Points: 1) telegraph machine Alexander Graham Bell 5. What was the most common impact of new inventions on...

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  5. ... Diaz,Alexander Graham Bell , Thomas Alva Edison, Henry..., J.P. Morgan, Cornelius Vanderbilt, Jonas Salk, ...

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  6. ... Morse, Alexander Graham Bell , and Thomas Edison were some of... important early in the century for his steamboat. Cornelius Vanderbilt and other robber barons ...

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  7. 1) the signing of surrender papers at Appomattox, Virginia. 2) the Morrill Land Grant Act provided for the establishment of Agricultural Colleges. 3) Andrew Carnegie 4...

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  8. They are all pretty much right. For many of them you just have to think about how what they did back then affects culture and humanity today. And Garfield James is important because he was assainated. Look at his...

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  9. 1A.They established and dominated the new steel and oil industries. 2C. Their owners formed corporations, oversaw complex processes, and sold huge amounts of...

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  10. ... of international influence. Famous businessmen include Cornelius Vanderbilt (1794–1877), Andrew Carnegie (b.Scotland...

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