Type
Word Search
Description

Captain
General
Colonel
Privy
Brand
Chains
Slave
New York
Loyalists
Rebels
Patriots
American
British
Soul
Merciful
Betrayal
Insolence
Liberty
Bribe
Inhuman
Deprived
Ancestors
Indentured
Separated
Malicious
Informant
Lockton
Curzon
Ruth
Isabel

Chains Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Ad Astra
Colonel Regan
Red Hat
New York
Master Lockton
General Washington
Patriots
British
Goldbuttons
Daddy
Mama
Insolence
Branded
Becky
Chains
Slave
Curzon
Lockton
Isabel
Ruth

Fun with CHAINS by Laurie Halse Anderson Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

How Isabel's mother died smallpox
What Isabel and Ruth's first owner wanted for them freedom
Name of the person who sold Isabel to the Locktans mrrobert
Tried to buy Isabel instead of Madam Locktan Jenny
Isabel went here with the Locktans newyork
Madam Locktan's first name ane
Isabel's slave friend Curzon
Mrs. Locktan's other assistant becky
Secret ingredient in milk given to Isabel by Mrs. Locktan sleepingpotion
What the "I" stood for on Isabel's face insolence

Chains by Laurie Halse Anderson Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

american
british
cannon
captain
chains
clean
colonel
general
hung
king
new york
privy
sergeant
serve
slave
sold
soldier
war

Chains Book Review Crossword Puzzle

Type
Crossword
Description

The rude inmate that passed on messages for outsiders through Isabel dibdin
First book Isabel read in New York crusoe
The hungry guard at the prison fisher
Boy with a red hat curzon
Where Isabel lived originally rhode island
Isabel Gardner's new name Sal Lockton
Isabel's sibling Ruth
The woman Madam Lockton is waiting in to die Lady Seymour
Isabel and Ruth's first owner missmaryfinch
"Torie" synonym Loyalist
"Patriot" synonym rebel
Where Isabel was shipped to newyork
The last name of her Madam and Master Lockton
"'This one looks simple. Is she ____________?'" (p.20) addlepated
The real word "et" stands for ate
"'...branded with the letter I for ______" (pg.145) insolence
The gossiper that saw Isabel with the rebel janedrinkwater
The weapon Madam Lockton used to hit Isabel after she heard Isabel was speaking to a rebel officer ridingcrop
Where Grandfather talked to all of the slaves Tea Water pump
What was in the chest in Master Lockton's office? money
Who is the leader of the Patriots? georgewashington
What are the prisoners dying of? fever

Chains Crossword Puzzle

Type
Crossword
Description

The main character in the book Isabel
The lady who owns Isabel Mrs. Lockton
Isabel's sister Ruth
City where setting takes place New York
Who was Mr.Lockton planning to murder George Washington
Who did Isabel get close to after the fire Lady Seymour
Isabel got the letter I printed on her check what does this letter mean Insolence
What does insolence mean Disrespectful
Who does Isabel meet when she gets to New york Curzon
What did Curzon want Isabel to do Spy
Where was Mr.Cornell when Isabel needed her papers that declered she was free Boston
Who did Isabel meet while she was waiting to be sold Jenny
When Ruth had her attack what did Ms.Lockton think she had inside of her The devil
Who worked with Isabel in the Lockton's house Becky
After the fire how many soldiers ended up living with Isabel Eleven
Who was the new bosslady after Becky Sarah
What momma applied when the winter was close so Isabel and Ruth would not have dry and crack skin Bear fat and mint

Chains Crossword Puzzle

Type
Crossword
Description

Last name of the author of the book Anderson
Curzon's nickname for Isabel Country
Isabel's home state Rhode Island
Who is the ball at the end of the story in honor of? Queen Charlotte
What does the "I" that was branded onto Isabel's face stand for? insolence
Where is the Lockton's other home? Charleston
What does Isabel finish reading at the end of the book? Common Sense
What does Isabel put Curzon in to escape the prison? Wheelbarrow
What river does Isabel say that they have crossed at the end of the book? Jordan
What is the time period of the novel? Revolutionary War
What was the password that Isabel used to speak to Colonel Regan? Ad astra
What are the German soldiers who stayed with Lady Seymour called? Hessians
Who was in the picture that Isabel rescued from the fire at Lady Seymour's house? Her Husband
Where does Isabel go every day to get water? Tea Water Pump

Chains Crossword Puzzle

Type
Crossword
Description

How did Isabel's mom die? smallpox
Isabel's sisters name Ruth
What little book did Thomas Paine write? Common Sense
Who wanted to sell Isabel and Ruth? Mr Robert
What is in the letter that Isabel stole? list of names
Bellingham's slave boy Curzon
What does Curzon ask Isabel to do for him? spy
What book does Isabel steal? Red Crusoe
How do they travel to New York? boat
What is Isabel's new name? Sal Lockton
What is in the Lockton's chest? money
What does the "I" stand for on Isabel? insolence
Who is Mr. Lockton's rich aunt? Lady Seymour
What does Isabel visit everyday? Tea Water Pump
What state were they auctioned to the Lockton's? Rhode Island
Where do the Lockton's live? New York
Isabel and Ruth's new slave owners Locktons
The code Isabel knows ad astra
What did Isabel take before the auction? seeds
What did George Washington commit? treason
What does ad astra mean in Latin? to the stars
Who is the big woman that wanted to buy Isabel and Ruth? Jenny
Who is the author of the book Chains? Laurie Halse Anderson
How old is Ruth? five
What is going on outside in New York? burning hellfire
Who is the old man that works the Tea Water Pump? grandfather
What does Sarah name her baby? George
Where was Ruth actually sent? Charleston
What does Isabel use to steal Curzon from prison? wheelbarrow
Where do Isabel and Curzon go to become free? New Jersey

Chains Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Main character Isabel
Main character's sister Ruth
_____ bought Isabel and Ruth Elihu Lockton
Mr. Lockton's Wife Madam Lockton
______ sold Isabel and Ruth to the Locktons Robert Finch
The year that the book takes place 1776
(Location) The book starts in _______ Rhode Island
(Location) The book ends in _______ New Jersey
Isabel's Best Friend and they escaped together. Curzon
What does the "I" that Isabel was marked with stand for? Insolence
_____ gives Isabel shoes for Christmas. Lady Seymour
At the end of the novel, Lady Seymour asks for _____. Forgiveness
Ruth is sent to _____. South Carolina
Curzon is owned by ______. Bellingham
What does Isabel take from Lady Seymour at the end of the book? Money
What was the tragedy in September 1776 that left many people dead and homeless? Fire
Which major historical event does this story take place in? Revolutionary War
What does Curzon ask Isabel to do? Spy
_____ tries to buy Isabel and Ruth in a tavern at the start of the book. Jenny
The Locktons changed Isabel's name to _____. Sal Lockton
From what point of view is the novel told? First Person
The Locktons are (loyalists/patriots). Loyalists
Madam Lockton fears that Ruth is the _____. Devil
_____ works at the Tea Water Pump. Grandfather
Isabel and Curzon cross this river in the end when they escape. Jordan River

Chains Crossword - Henry Ryan

Type
Crossword
Description

Title Chains
Author Anderson
People who supported the King Loyalists
Main Character Isabel
Main Character's sister Ruth
Main Character's best friend Curzon
Rebels Patriots
Leaders of the Rebels Washington
Slave Owners Locktons
Master Lockton's Aunt Lady Seymour
The colony where the main character was taken. New York
Those who were desperate for freedom. Slaves
The dream Freedom
Loyalists British
The Rebels Americans
Person who taught the main character how to work. Becky
The "I" burned onto her face. Insolence
The master of the friend of the main character. Bellingham
The place where the main character grew up. Rhode Island
The dream for the Rebles Independence

ROAD TO REVOLUTION Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Given up ABDICATED
Accept without protest ACQUIESCE
Not limited by law. ARBITRARY
Cannons and large guns. ARTILLERY
Refusal to buy goods BOYCOTT
Fair, impartial CANDID
The name of the American army. CONTINENTALARMY
Violent disturbances. CONVULSION
Ruled by a tyrant with absolute power DESPOTISM
Rebellions at home. domestic
provided ENDOWED
Leader of green mountain boys who helped capture fort Ticonderoga. ETHANALLEN
King of England during American revolution. KINGGEORGE
Colonists who were loyal to Britain. LOYALISTS
A force of armed civilians who pledged to defend their colony. MILITIA
Colonists who could be ready to fight at a minutes notice MINUTEMEN
Colonists who supported the colonial rebels PATRIOT
A patriot who warned colonists about British movements. PAULREVERE
Dishonesty, disloyalty PERFIDY
Housing or giving lodging to. QUARTERING
Moral uprightness. RECTITUDE
Founder of the sons of liberty. SAMUELADAMS
British tax on imported sugar and molasses. SUGARACT
Term TENURE
Writer of the declaration of independence. THOMASJEFFERSON