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wounded knee massacre
vigilantes
sitting bull
sand creek massacre
great plains
grange
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buffalo soldiers
boomtown
populist party
sodbuster
homestead act
mexicano
homestead
Dawes Act
Battle of Little BIghorn
reservation
long drive
frontier

Chapter 19 Word Search

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cooperatives
Grange
gold standard
Exodusters
Buffalo Soldiers
Wounded Knee
Sand Creek Massacre
Vigilantes
boomtown
Great Plains
Populist party
sodbuster
homestead act
mexicano
homestead
Dawes act
Battle of little bighorn
Reservation
longdrive
Frontier

Growth in the West Word Search

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SETTLEMENT
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MINERS
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GREAT PLAINS
GRANGE
GOLD STANDARD
FRONTIER
DAWES ACT
COWHANDS
COOPERATIVES
BUFFALO SOLDIER
BATTLE OF LITTLE BIGHORN

Westward Movement Word Search

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Comstock Lode
Chinese
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reservations
little big horn
massacre at wounded knee
Dawes General Allotment Act
national grange
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crazyhorse
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Exodusters
George Custer
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Transcontinental Railroad
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Chief Joseph
Homestead Act
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Chisolm Trail
frontier

Americans Move West Word Search

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Cattle
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Railroad
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Boomtowns
Comstock
Frontier
Dawes
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Long Walk
Sitting Bull
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Populist Party
William Jennings Bryan
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Dry Farming
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Westward Expansion Word Search

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Black hills
cattle drives
Chinese
coolies
cowboys
east
george custer
German
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Great Basin
Great Plains
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indians
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little bighorn
reservations
Rocky Mountains
Sierra Nevada Mountains
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wagons
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Chapter 19 Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Candidate for populist party who basically started the ending of his party WilliamJenningsBryan
Act that encouraged to become farmers and drop Native ways DawesAct
People who tried to be like biblical hebrews Exodusters
Citzens who took the protection of their cities into their own hands Vigilantes
Land between the Missouri river and the Rocky Mountains GreatPlains
Land that the government told the natives that they can keep Reservations
Unsettled land occupied by native americans Frontier
A group that were created by farmers and they were against the railway Grange
Spanish speaking south westerns Mexicanos
A town with a sudden burst of population or economic growth Boomtown
Cattle drives along the railways LongDrives
People who helped ranchers Vaqueros
150 cheyenne men women and children were killed in this massacr SandCreekMassacre
Sioux cheif Sittingbull
a piece of land with the home on it Homestead
A buffalo hunter who turned into a showmen WilliamCody
a law that the government gave people land for 5 years usualy 160 acres HomesteadAct
What farmers were called Sodbusters
A group wich all members were leaders Cooperatives
Party where they wanted unlimited coining of silver PopulistParty

Growth in the West Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Taking cattle by foot to a railway. long drive
Formed in 1867, the Patrons of Husbandry tried to meet the social needs of farm families. grange
A farmer on the frontier sodbuster
Also known as the peoples party and formed in the 1890 this group wanted a policy that would raise crop prices. populists party
Passed in 1862, this law offered 160 acres of land free to anyone who agreed to live on and improve the land for five years. homestead act
A policy under which the government backs every dollar with certain amount of gold. gold standard
An organization owned and run by its members. cooperatives
Land to settle on and farm. homestead
Unsettled or sparsely settled area occupied largely by Native Americans. frontier
Land set aside by the U.S. government for Native American tribes. reservation
A law, enacted in 1876, that distributed reservation land to individual owners. dawes act
An 1876 battle in which the Sioux and the Cheyenne wiped out an entire force of the United States troops. little bighorn
A person of Spanish descent whose ancestors had come from Mexico and settled in the southwest. mexicano
The area from the Missouri River to the Rocky Mountains. great plains
People who took the law into their own hands. Vigilantes
One of the Sioux chiefs, that helped push back their intruders. Sitting bull
A buffalo hunter turned showman, brought the west to the rest of the through his Wild West show. Buffalo bill
A name given by Native Americans to African Americans serving in the U.S. army in the West. buffalo soldiers
An African American who left the South for the West and compared himself or herself to Biblical Hebrews who left slavery in Egypt. exodusters
A cowhand that came from Mexico with the Spaniards in the 1500's. vaquero

Westward Expansion Word Search

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Description

vigilantes
Vaqueros
boomtown
Populist Party
Grange
sodbusters
Exodusters
Buffalo Soldiers
Mexicanos
Pikes Peak
Wyoming
Homestead Act
Dawes Act
Sitting Bull
Sand Creek
Sioux
greatplains
Native American
reservation

AMERICAN INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION Word Search

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LITTLE BIG HORN
CUSTER
SITTING BULL
COWBOYS
LABOR UNIONS
STRIKES
KNIGHTS OF LABOR
AFL
POWDERLY
SWIFT
GOMPERS
DRAKE
BELL
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UTAH
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HOMESTEAD ACT
RAILROAD
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LONGHORNS
STANDARD OIL
EDISON
MORGAN
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Challenges in the Late 1800s Crossword

Type
Crossword
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the influence American culture has on the culture of other countries. Americanization
.the process of taking in and fully understanding information or ideas Assimilation
Kept cattle in the owners land. Bardedwire
20 million cattle was lead to kansas from texas. cattle drives
to provide for the granting of landholdings to individual Native Americans Daws Act
African Americans who migrated from states along the Mississippi River to Kansas Exodusters
is currency which derives its value from government regulation or law. Fiat money
several United States federal laws that gave an applicant ownership of land at little or no cost homestead act
a machine for cutting standing grain Mechanicalreaper
A third-party movement that sprang up in the 1890s and drew support especially from disgruntled farmers Populist Party
The natives home Reservations
A war With the Native American Sand Creak massacre
after winning an election, gives government jobs to its supporters, spoilssystem
use to break through the soil steelsplow
South dakota usa it was the last Battle Of The. american indian wars wounded knee