A1 Evaluate the accuracy of the term "New South" in describing the post-Civil War South, and discuss ways in which the term was and was not appropriate.
A2 What was the Indian "problem" [latter half of the 19th C.], and how did the U.S. government go about solving it? Successful? Not successful? Explain.
(1) Name ONE work produced by the Federal Dance Project [Celebrating the People]
(2) Electrification by David Stone Martin menmorialized the work of what "alphabet" new deal program? [Work Pays America]
(3) Name ONE photographer who the government supported [Rediscovering America]
(4) Federal tax dollars supported verious artistic endeavors between what years?
(5) In addition to providing work for artists, the arts projects' mission was what?
(6) Name ONE "thing/item" produced by the "useful" artists [Useful Arts]
(7) What is the "something" referred to in the poster "Something to be whispered about out loud" [Useful Arts]
(8) The "overtly political work, Lest We Forget, recalls the plight of landless farmers in the American South and the organizing effort of" what union?