Type
Crossword
Description

THE PLACE WHERE A PERSON IS BORN, IS THEIR ______ HOMELAND
THE WORK CONDITIONS OF THE SLAVES WERE _______ TIRING
SLAVES HAD NO _____ RIGHTS
SLAVE MASTERS HAD COMPLETE _________ OVER THE SLAVES AUTHORITY
THE SLAVE OWNERS BRUTALLY ______ THE SLAVES PUNISHED
THEY COULD NOT LEAVE THE PLANTATION WITHOUT______ PERMISSION
SLAVES WERE USED AS A --------- IN LOTTERIES PRIZES
WHEN AN OWNER DIED, THE SLAVES WERE SOLD TO _______OWNERS DIFFERENT
THE OWNERS CHANGED THE NAMES SO THAT THEY COULD _______IT PRONOUNCE
THEY TOOK THE NAMES FROM THE _________ BIBLE
SLAVE SONGS ,THEY CALLED _________ SPIRITUALS
SLAVES WERE NOT ALLOWED TO PRACTISE THEIR INDIGENOUS ______- RELIGIONS
THE TUNES OF THEIR SONGS WERE ________ HYMNS CHRISTIAN
THE SONGS HAD A DOUBLE MESSAGE OF HOPE AND THE END OF -______ PAIN
THE SONGS BELONGED TO THE___________ COMMUNITY

Underground Railroad Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Who were the people who would take in slaves into their homes? Quakers
What went on between the years of 1790 and 1870? Underground Railroad
What law passed to make it illegal to help slaves gain freedom? Fugitive Slave Law
Where were the slaves originally trying to travel? Northern states
Where did the slaves have to go after the fugitive slave law passed? Canada
Citizens who supported the slave trade would capture the slaves and return them for a ______ Reward
A song they sang was called "The drinkin' _____" Gourd
At night the slaves followed the ______ Northstar
What famous conductors had a $40000 capture reward? Harriet Tubman
What was the code name for the houses that the slaves hid in? Stations
A type of blanket with patterns that had codes hidden within Quilt
The code name for the Underground Railroad was called the _____ freedom train
An American abolitionist who helped protect fugitive slaves and free blacks from slave kidnappers Isaac Hopper
Because there was very little food, slaves would often _____ Starve
A popular body of water that was crossed to reach Canada was called Lake Erie
The people who helped move slaves from station to station were called conductors
Most fugitive slaves had escaped from ______ plantations

Abolitionist Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

a complete end to slavery abolition
network or people who arranged transportation and hiding places for fugitives, or escaped slaves Underground Railroad
most famous leader of the Underground Railroad Tubman
antislavery novel written by Harriet Beecher Stowe Uncle Tom's Cabin
first name of the president inaugurated in 1861 Abraham
a former female slave who became a leading abolitionist Truth
published an abolitionist newspaper, the Liberator Garrison
public-speaking skills impressed members of the Anti-Slavery Society Douglass
someone who is against slavery abolitionist
an enslaved African-American man in the United States who unsuccessfully sued for his freedom Dred Scott
first name of a prominent American abolitionist and a vocal advocate and organizer promoting rights for women Lucy
a person running away fugitive
recognized as a sovereign state Liberia
an American abolitionist who believed armed insurrection was the only way to overthrow the institution of slavery in the United States John Brown
Brown leads a small group on a raid against a federal armory in this town Harpers Ferry
last name of the author of Uncle Tom’s Cabin Stowe
what plantation owners consider their slaves property
what slaves worked on plantations
part of the Compromise of 1850 between Southern- slave holding states and Northern states Fugitive Slave Act
allowed people in Kansas and what to decided whether they wanted slavery or not Missouri

Antebellum America, Slavery, and the Civil War Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

_____ were mainly people from the North and runaway slaves. abolitionists
Lincoln had to _______ to get people to vote for him so he could become president again. campaign
There were many _______ in the civil war. Shiloh, Antietam, Stones River, and Gettysburg were all some of the most violent and had the most ________ that America had seen. casualties
The _______ were mainly from the south and wanted to stay seceded from the Union. confederates
There were many _____ slaves so the enforced a law that states that if you help a _____ slave you could be imprisoned. fugitive
The battle of ________ was one of the most gruesome battles America had seen yet. gettysburg
The South wanted to ____ the Union so they could have there own economy with no one trying to stop it. secede
____ was a big part of the economy for the South, but the North did not like it. slavery
There were many _______ throughout the war. One of the North"s _______ was the Anaconda plan. strategies
The _____ wanted the South to stay with them and slavery to end North
The ______ wanted slavery because it was a big part of their economy South
Delaware, Maryland, Kentucky, and Missouri were all ____________ border states
Many men _____ to be a soldier in the War enlisted
In many battles the troops had to ______ their troops do to, too many casualties reinforce
armed pro-slavery people were also know as ___________ border ruffians

Atlantic Slave Trade Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

The slave trade undermined the Kingdom of? Kongo
Kongo went to war with who because of slavery? Portugal
The Kongo _______ was executed. King
Queen ______ of Ndongo Nzinga
____ was used for the trade of slaves. Triangular trade
What was the most momentous thing that linked Africa to the outside world? Slave Trade
_______ established a slave trade. Muslims
How many slaves were taken? Ten million
Horses and Europeans manufactured goods for slaves. First leg
Took slaves to the Caribbean and Americas. Second leg
Transported produced goods to Europe. Third leg
Many slaves worked on what kind of plantations? Cotton, sugar, tobacco
Cotton, sugar, and tobacco are _____ crops. Cash
How many slaves were taken from Africa? Twelve million
By 1888, the Atlantic Slave Trade was_____. Over
1518 was the first time that slaves were shipped to what plantations? Sugar

APUSH Unit 1-3 Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

An effort to preserve the balance of power in congress between slave and free states in 1820 was know as this Missouri Compromise
a group of Scots-Irish men living in the Appalachian hills that wanted protection from Indian attacks PAXTONBOYS
The mixed race of people created when the Spanish intermarried with the surviving Indians MESTIZOS
an uprising that flared up in western Massachusetts. Impoverished backcountry farmers, many of them Revolutionary War veterans, were losing their farms through mortgage foreclosures and tax delinquencies. SHAYSREBELLION
Set forth in 1854 and repealed the Missouri Compromise. Kansas nebraska act
an amendment stating that any territory acquired from Mexico would be free. This amendment passed the House twice, but failed to ever pass in Senate wilmot proviso
Pro-white organization formed in Tennessee in 1866 to prevent the rise of Black Republicanism in the South klukluxklan
This act was passed just before the Civil War and stated that slaves who escaped could not testify in their behalf and were not allowed a trial by jury. If the judge in the case freed the slave, the judge would receive five dollars, if not he would get ten dollars. Officers were expected to help catch runaway slaves. fugitive slave act
An owner and cultivator of a small farm. Yeoman
A contract made by the voyagers on the Mayflower agreeing that they would form a simple government where majority ruled. Often considered the first step in self-government in the Northern colonies. mayflower compact
Native Americans main crop maize
He was appointed Chief Justice by President John Adams in 1801 and represented the Federalist belief for a strong central government. John Marshall
Plantation systems where Indians were essentially enslaved under the disguise of being converted to Christianity Encomienda system
Spanish explorers that invaded Central and South America for its riches during the 1500s. In doing so, they conquered the Incas, Aztecs, and other Native Americans of the area. Conquistadores
This gave 50 acres of land to anyone who paid their way and/or any plantation owner that paid an immigrants way; mainly a system in the southern colonies Headright system
the forcible enlistment of sailors or soldiers was known as Impressment
German soldiers hired by George III to smash colonial rebellion Hessians
In 1764, this act was put in place for raising revenue in the colonies for the crown. It increased the duties on foreign sugar, mainly from the West Indies. After protests from the colonists, the duties were lowered. sugar act
a concern or a devotion to the interests of one section of the country. This began to occur in 1796 and caused the development of two political parties. SECTIONALISM
The first official legislative assembly in the Colonies HOuse of Burgesses
A tax that the British Pariliament placed on newspapers and official documents sold in the American Colonies stamp act
During the late 1800s, the practice of using untruths and exaggerations to sell newspapers was known as yellow journalism

Holocaust Vocabulary Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

A walled off section of cities where Jews were forced to live. Ghetto
November 9, 1938 "night of broken glass" in which synagogues and Jewish businesses were attacked. Kristallnact
Process where incoming prisoners in the death camps would either be selected for slave labor or for the gas chamber. Selection
Schutztaffel Defense Corps was an elite guard formed from the storm troopers, under the command of Heinrich Himmler. SS
"Mobile death squads" of the SS which had the task to seek out and kill Jews, Communists, Gypsies, and other 'undesirable people' in occupied lands. Einsatzgruppen
Term used by the Nazis during World War II. Plan to fully exterminate European Jews. Final Solution
The mass killing of European Jews(over 6 million) and other groups by the Nazis during WWII. Holocaust
Doctrine the Nazis used declaring that the Aryans were the master race and should rid the world of undesirable groups. Aryan Supremacy
Place where prisoners were forced to perform slave labor, with harsh conditions, little food, and often death. Concentration Camps
The most notorious of the death camps, located in Poland; well over one million people died in its gas chambers. Auschwitz
Sign at the entrance of Auschwitz and other camps - English translation "Work sets you free". Arbeit Macht Frei
The 1st concentration camp, opened within months of Hitler coming to power. The 1st prisoners arrived March, 1933. Hitler came to power on January 30, 1933. Dachau
Six of these were located in Poland with the main task being to kill Jews and other undesirables. These were Auschwitz, Sobibor, Chelmno, Treblinka, Belzec, and Majdanek Death camps
Poison gas used to kill hundreds of thousands of people in the gas chambers. The gas chambers were built to look like showers so that the people had hopes of survival as they arrived at the camps. Zyclon B
All prisoners in the camps, and Jews in the ghetto had to wear colored badges that identified what group they were in. Jews were forced to wear this symbol. Yellow star
Not only Jews were victims of the Nazi's plan to eliminate undesirables. Gypsies, Jehovah witnesses, communists, handicapped, criminals, and homosexuals were also singled out for treatment. Other groups
As the Nazis began to restrict Jews in Germany these laws were passed which began by depriving Jews of basic Civil Rights and eventually leading to great restrictions on Jews' ability to work, go to schools, or run a business. Nuremberg Laws

Paul & Silas in Prison (Acts 16) Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Paul & Silas were joined by Timothy
The churches were strengthen in faith and grew daily in numbers
Paul has a ___________ about a man in Macedonia vision
Dealer of purple Lydia
Lydia and her family were baptized
The slave girl could tell the future
Paul told the slave girl's spirit to leave
The owners of the slave girl were mad
Paul and Silas were stripped and beaten
Upon entering prison their feet were put in stocks
At midnight Paul & Silas were pray and __________ to God Singing
What shook the prison earthquake
When the jailer saw the doors open he started to (2 words) kill himself
Paul shouted, Don't harm yourself, we are all here
The jailer asked, What must I do to be saved
The jailer took Paul and Silas to (2 words) his house
Paul and Silas were released
Paul told them that they were (2 words) Roman citizens

The English Colonies Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

the first permanent english settlement in North America JAMESTOWN
took control of the colony and built a fort in 1608 JOHNSMITH
introduced a new type of tobacco that sold well in New England JOHNROLFE
paid their journey to America INDENTURED SERVANTS
establishes the colony of pennslvania WILLIAM PENN
puritan leader who served as a governor of Massachsetts JOHN WINTHROP
publicly discussed religious ideas that some leaders thought were radical ANNE HUTCHINSON
protestants who wanted to reform the Church of England PURITANS
a member of a Puritan's Separatist sect that left England in the early 1600's to settle in the Americas PILGRIMS
a person who moves to another country after leaving his or her homeland IMMIGRANTS
a document written by the Pilgrims establishing themselves as a political society and setting guidelines for self-government MAYFLOWER COMPACT
Squanto taught the Pilgrims native farming methods and helped them establish relations with the Wampanoag TISQUANTUM
made up one of the largest religious groups in New Jersey QUAKERS
crops that are always needed STAPLE CROPS
he was forced to surrender New Netherland to the English PETER STUYVESANT
people talked about and decided on issues of local interest, such as paying for schools TOWN MEETING
a system in which goods and slaves were traded among the Americas, Britain, and Africa TRIANGULAR TRADE
a religious movement that swept through the colonies in the 1730's and 1740's GREAT AWAKENING
a philosopher that thought people had natural rights such as equality and liberty. JOHN LOCKE
a movement that took place during the 1700's to spread the idea that reason and logic could improve society ENLIGHTENMENT
he surrender in 1766 PONTIAC
American Indian princess, she saved the life of John Smith when he was captured POCAHONTAS
an attacked led by Nathaniel Bacon against American Indians and the colonial government in Virginia BACON'S REBELLION
laws passed in the colonies to control slaves SLAVE CODES
grown only enough for yourself SUBSISTENCE FARMING

Slavery Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

How slaves were made to keep fit and healthy dance
You couldn't be a slave if you were this skin tone white
How many times a slave was fed in a day twice
Overall, about 12 million slaves were captured and taken to this country America
Over 4 million slaves died in this country Africa
Where slaves were mostly taken to work plantations
A shape which represents the three different countries that slave ships travelled too Triangle
The year that lave trade ended 1807
A type of drink that was sold in exchange for a slave brandy
A line of chained slaves coffle
The ship on which there was a slave mutiny Amistad
A word used for when the members of the public decided to turn against the slave trade Abolition

Original 13 Colonies Crossword Puzzle

Type
Crossword
Description

Travler Pilgrim
a crop grown to be sold cash crop
person/institution that owes a sum of money debtors
supporting democracy or its principles democratic
blue dye obtained from various plants indigo
Wampanoag leader who waged King Phillip's War with New England Metacom
a large area of land where crops are grown plantation
a person who follows strict moral rules and who believes that pleasure is wrong puritans
A member of the Religious Society of Friends Quakers
a type of colonial administration of the British overseas territories royal colony
state laws established to determine the status of slaves and the rights of their owners slave codes
Patuxet man who assisted the Pilgrims after their first winter in what is now Massachusetts Squanto
a form of government in which a country is ruled by religious leaders theocracy
water that flows over land during high tide Tidewater
a plant that produces leaves which are smoked in cigarettes, pipes, etc. tobacco
A Puritan religious leader of the seventeenth century Roger Williams
a remote undeveloped rural area backcountry
an important participant in the Antinomian Controversy Anne Hutchinson
an English real estate entrepreneur, early Quaker William Penn
an agreement reached by the Pilgrims on the Mayflower in 1620 Mayflower Compact