a sea fort built on an artificial island protecting South Carolina from naval invasion
passed after the civil war in 1870
american white supremacist terrorist hate group
process in which the House of Representatives make up the first major step required to remove a government official from office
a landmark supreme court decision that upheld the constitutionality of racial segregation
elected 16th president of the United States
first major land battle of the American Civil War
the initial Civil War strategy devised by General Winfield Scott of the U.S. Army
one of the South's most successful generals during the American Civil War
elected 18th president of the United States
provided protection for federally appointed officials who required conformation by the U.S. Senate
known as the Bureau of Refugees, Freedmen, and Abandoned Lands, was established in 1865
a period from about 1865 to 1877 where federal laws offered observable protection of civil rights
restrictive laws designed to limit the freedom of African Americans
first amendment to the U.S. Constitution during the period of Reconstruction
A group of farming Indians that lived in northwestern panhandle of Florida
An exact copy or model
An object made by people
A tribe of Native Americans that lived in present-day southern Palm Beach, Broward, and Miami-Dade counties
Being protected from a disease via antibody build-up
A popular form of transportation for Southern Florida Native Americans
A large, edible marine snail whose shell was used by early Florida Native Americans
An elevated geographical area; it may be used as a burial site
A person looking for new territory, wealth, or information
Farming, raising crops
One of the animals brought by the Spanish to Florida to provide food
The country whose explorers named Florida
The first people on the Florida Peninsula
This popular vegetable is sometimes called and ear
These pieces of colored cloth are sewn together into a design
A traditional Florida Seminole house
A tribe of Native American Indians that once lived along the coast of present-day Martin County and Palm Beach County, FL
Known as the "Shell Indians", they are the first shell collectors
The only Tribe in America who never signed a peace treaty
considered a delicacy in the Tequesta tribe and served mainly to the chiefs
One of main causes that kick started the Civil War.
First battle of the Civil War in Manassas Junction, Virginia.
Mini-civil war between pro- and anti-slavery in Kansas from 1856 to 1865.
President in control during the Civil War.
Spiked -shaped weapon that fits on the end of a musket.
American military officer and politician, the 18th President.
Pro-slavery group in the Civil War
Anti-slavery group in the Civil War.
Warships designed to be impervious to enemy shot, due to their iron-armored wooden hulls.
Heavy large-caliber muzzle-loading usually smooth bore shoulder firearm.
Person who worked to end slavery.
To separate from the Union.
Post Civil War Southern states were rebuilt and brought back to the Union.
Former slave who sued for his freedom.
Two horses are pulling a ...
opposite of above
Rings, bracelets and chains are.... (BrE)
an area in the USA where only Native Americans live
when you ........ two sticks of wood together you can start a fire.
I want to see the Van Gogh ....... at the museum.
"English people only drink tea." That's a .....
(to) look carefully because you're trying to find something
a small ball of glass or wood with a hole in the middle
another word for "native"
what people wear on their head on special days
one part of an idea or problem