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disillusioned
hopeful
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unemployed
burden
journey
crossing
steamboat
undergo
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settle
wave
migrant
immigration
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flee

Immigration Word Search

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political refugee
oath of allegiance
responsibilities
naturalization
expatriation
political asylum
punishment
tolerance
legal immigrants
birth
visa
deportation
ellis island
passport
legal documents
citizenship
border control
citizenship exam
green card
duties

Migration to Australia Word Search

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rejection
importation
arrivals
journey
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qualification
illegal
deportation
quota
alien
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employment
inclusion
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family
contribution
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agreements
rights
citizenship
human rights
protection
integration
mutliculturalism
policy
immigration
politician
refugee
detention
asylum,
assimilation
migration
migration to australia

The Jungle Word Search

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American Dream
Cattle
Chicago
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Democracy
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Exploitation
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Hunger
Immigrant
Jurgis Rudkus
Labor
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Monopoly
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Theodore Roosevelt
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Upton Sinclair
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Workingmen

Population and Migration Crossword

Type
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Description

Ex: China's one child policy ANTINATALISM
Ex: Stage 2-3 going to work in stage 4 countries BRAINDRAIN
The number of deaths per 1,000 people CDR
A complete enumeration of a population (every 10 years) CENSUS
The migration of people to a certain location because family members of the same nationality previously migrated there CHAINMIGRATION
Young _____, working _____, elderly _______. COHORT
Ex: birth control CONTRACEPTION
Ex: ideas, cultural traits, disease DIFFUSION
Ex: the pilgrims _______ from England EMIGRATION
The intentional killing of infant girls FEMALEINFANTICIDE
Ex: the pilgrims ________ to America IMMIGRATION
Ex: European immigrants trying to go to North America but cannot because of the Atlantic ocean INTERVENINGOBSTACLE
Ex: A migrant stops and decides to stay at a location along her journey INTERVENINGOPPORTUNITY
Defined as the lack of necessary resources to meet the needs of the population of the defined area OVERPOPULATION
A tool that geographers and demographers use to analyze population's sex ratio POPULATIONPYRAMID
Ex: Singapore encourages families to have multiple children through ads campaigns and contest PRONATALISM
Ex: Nice climate, freedom, or better food supply PULLFACTOR
A person who is forced to migrate from their home country and cannot return for fear of persecution due to their religion, race, etc. REFUGEE
Ex: A worker who emigrated from Africa sends back money to his family REMITTANCES
Ex: UNHCR for refugees REPATRIATION
Process to control immigration in which individuals w/certain backgrounds are barred from immigrating SELECTIVEMIGRATION
Ex: natural resources that humans can use SUSTAINABLITIY
Ex: Farm to village to town to city STEPMIGRATION
The ability to conceive children or young FERTILITY
Ex: difficulty such as food shortage, war, flood, etc. PUSHFACTOR

Exploration And Colonization Word Search

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church
backbone
prosecution
beliefs
roman catholicism
opportunity
malnourished
starving
illiterate
poor
speratist
protestant
religious
economic
colonization
exploration

Deportes Crucigrama Crossword

Type
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Description

El deporte más popular del mundo FUTBOL
Tienes que ponerte guantes grandes para pelear GOLF
Compites con una bicicleta HOCKEYHEILO
La pelota es de este deporte es grande y generalmente de color naranja VOLEIBOL
Debes tirar la pelota a larga distancia y entrar en un hoyo pequeño BEISBOL
Necesitas traje de baño ATLETISMO
Tienes que tener un buen balance BOXEO
Deporte donde debes correr muy rápido BALONCESTO
Se juega en una pista fría y congelada (2 palabras) TENIS
Puedes jugarlo en un gimnasio ó en la playa con tus amigos NATACION
Se usa una raqueta liviana BADMINTON
Un lanzamiento fuera del campo es bueno GIMNASIA
Deporte que se practica en la nieve ESQUIAR
Aquí usas raquetas y una pelota peluda CICLISMO

Holocaust Vocabulary Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Discrimination against Jews anti-Semitism
Hitler's ideal race Aryan
An act of extreme cruelty atrocity
Large buildings where soldiers/prisoners sleep barrack
Intolerance of others beliefs bigotry
A person present, but not involved bystander
Less than human dehumanize
Lawfully removing a group of people deportation
Someone who is forced to move out of their home and is without a home or country displaced
To make abnormally lean or thin by a gradual wasting away of flesh emaciated
The deliberate and systematic destruction of an entire racial, political, cultural, or religious group genocide
Secret state of police Nazi-occupied Europe gestapo
A section of a city, thickly populated slum area, inhabited predominantly by members of an ethnic or minority group which had restrictions, pressures, and hardships ghetto
Mean or cruel inhumane
The act of getting rid of, especially by killing liquidation
Members of the National Socialist German Workers' party of Germany in 1933 under Adolf Hitler nazis
Enjoyment in causing pain to others sadistic
A person or group that is blamed for the mistakes of others scapegoat
An ancient symbol used by the Nazis and their embelm swastika
An often-fatal infectious disease spread by flies and lice typhus
Movements which wanted to establish a Jewish homeland in Israel zionism

Chapter 8 Vocabulary Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

one who leaves his or her native country to settle in another EMIGRANT
a journey for a specific purpose, such as exploration EXPEDITION
the sole possession or control of something MONOPOLY
a military force composed mostly of citizen soldiers MILITIA
one who measures and maps out the size, shape, position, and so on of an area of land SURVEYOR
the area just at the edge of or beyond a settled area FRONTIER
one who buys something, such as land, hoping it will increase in value and, when sold, provide a profit SPECULATOR
a particular religious group DENOMINATION
to deny someone or some group their rights because of prejudice DISCRIMINATE
one who agreed to work for a period, usually seven years, as a servant in America in exchange for passage to the New World INDENTURED SERVANT
the practice of owning people as property and forcing those people to work for a slaveholder SLAVERY
able to be spread by contact or close association CONTAGIOUS
an outbreak of a disease that spreads rapidly through the community EPIDEMIC
an injection or shot to protect against a disease VACCINATION
regional form of language DIALECT

Immigration Vocabulary Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Immigrants are not fully integrated of themselves into a new country. Assimilate
Ethnic groups undergoing that have not retained. Americanization
Cut off by the rise in sea levels due to the end of the last ice age. Angel Island
Expanded with land reclamation between 1892 and 1934. Ellis Island
Shaped by numerous economic, social, and political changes throughout the world. Emigrate
People crossing national borders from the perspective of the country. Immigrate
Leaves people with no choice to leave their country. Push Factors
Driving migrants out of their countries of the origin. Pull Factors
New immigration policy passed in 1921; revised in 1924. Quota System
Rented or leased dwelling that housed more than three independent families. Tenements
Residential community centers located in urban industrial districts. Settlement Houses
Metaphor describing the assimilation of immigrants into American culture. Melting Pot
Political position of supporting a favored status targeting and threatening newcomers or immigrants. Nativism
Arrived in the mid-1800's, coming mostly from northwestern Europe. Old Immigrant
Migrated during the mid-1800's, who were mostly from southern and eastern Europe. New Immigrant
Displaced person forced to cross national boundaries. Refugee
Categorized as cities, towns, and conurbations. Urban
Political system that gave rise to poverty found in those areas. Rural
Residential community whose growth and development were very strong. Suburb
Organization in which an authoritative boss or small group commands the support of a corps of supporters and businesses. Political Machine
Religious movement that arose during the second half of the nineteenth century. Social Gospel Movement
Federal law signed to prohibit immigration of Chinese laborers. Chinese Exclusion Act
Abolished an earlier quota system based on national origin. Immigration Act of 1965
Reflected its cultural setting, and place of all manner of culture. Acculturation
Immigrants faced discrimination and violence wherever they stayed. Xenophobic

Chapter 13: Facing Economic Challenges Word Search

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cost-push inflation
cyclical unemployment
deflation
demand-pull inflation
frictional unemployment
full employment
income distribution
inflation
Lorenz curve
poverty threshold
structural unemployment
underemployment
unemployment rate
welfare
workfare