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- Andrew Carnegie : 1835-1919, Scottish-American steel maker, philanthropist and peace activist
- Denver : The capital city of the U.S. state of Colorado, located in the central part of the state; 2006 estimated population 567,000.
- Earl Warren : Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States and Governor of California
- Fordism : A term in economic history for the efficiencies and economic impact of mass production, following the model Henry Ford developed in the 1910s and 1920s.
- Frederick T. Gates : American clergyman, educator, philanthropist and advisor to John D. Rockefeller from 1891 to 1924.
- Herbert Hoover : US President from 1929 to 1933.
- Jane Addams : (1860-1935) A pioneer American settlement worker and founder of Hull House.
- John D. Rockefeller : American industrialist (1839-1937), financier and philanthropist who revolutionized the oil industry and philanthropy.
- Progressive Era : The period of political, administrative and social reform that began in the 1890s and ended after World War I.
- Roots of American conservatism : Those formative events that led to the modern American conservative movement
- Texas Railroad Commission : Texas regulatory agency controlling oil and gas production and in-state rates for trucks, buses, and railroads.
- Thorstein Veblen : (1857-1929) An American economist famous in the History of modern economic thought for combining a Darwinian evolutionary perspective with his new institutionalist approach to economic analysis.
- U.S. History : The history of the United States from the colonial era to the present.