Type
Crossword
Description

Pfeife pipe
stolz proud
Indianerstamm indian tribe
Gebiet / Land territory
Unterkunft accomodation
Mitglied member
arbeitslos unemployed
Seele soul
zerstören destroy
Regierung government
Sozialhilfe social welfare
Diskriminierung discrimination
beherrschen dominate
leiden suffer
Rechte rights
zwingen force
Entscheidung decision

Native Mississippians Vocabulary Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

A small group of Indians Band
A system of communication which uses pictures and symbols Pictography
To join or become part of something Merge
A Native American chief Mingo
A group of Native Americans that included several families Clan
Working as farmers Agrarian
Moving from one country or area to another Migration
The long, dangerous journey to the Indian Territory Trail of Tears
Requiring clan members to marry outside the clan Exogamic
A small tribe that sought protection by joining a large tribe Refugee Tribe
Peace pipe Calumet
A fishing Technique Grabbling
A religious official who introduced Native Americans to the Christian faith Missionary
Yeilding of land to another party Land Cession
Tracing the line of descent through the mother rather than the father Matrilineal

Imperialism Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Indian soldier who served in an army set up by an English trading company Sepoy
The system of governing a country as a father would a child Paternalistic
deliberate attempt to destroy an entire religious or ethnic group genocide
country with its own government but under the control of an outside power protectorate
territory ruled and settled by another land usually only for economic benefit colony
destruction of forest land deforestation
right of foreigners to be protected by the laws of their own nation extraterritoriality
the concern or attempt to encourage and support human welfare humanitarian
domination by one country of the political, economic, or cultural life of another country or region imperialism
a nation that does not maintain the values, government, ethics, and customs of western Europe nonwesternnation
the policy of foreign nations in China which favored open trade and unlimited access opendoorpolicy
area in which an outside power claims exclusive investment or trading privileges sphereofinfluence
Darwin's ideas of natural selection applied to race. Stronger nations/races dominate weaker ones naturally. socialdarwinism
muslim ruler Sultan
A nation with a democratic government, modernized economy and civil rights for all citizens. Largely European or North American westernnation
Poem by Rudyard Kipling. Belief that states it is the task of the white race to educate and civilize the non-western peoples. whitemansburden

Chapter 2: BINGO Crossword Puzzle

Type
Crossword
Description

A small group of Indians Band
An effective system of written communication used by southeastern Indian nations, which used pictures and symbols instead of words (hieroglyphics) Pictography
To join or become part of something Merge
A native American chief Mingo
A group of native Americans that included several families with a common ancestry; they hunted and fished together and defended their small farms as a unit Clan
Working as farmers Agrarian
Moving from one area or country to another Migration
The long, dangerous journey made by southeastern Indians to the Indian territory in today's Oklahoma Trail of tears
Requiring clan members to marry outside the clan Exogamic
A small tribe that sought protection from warring tribes or slave traders by joining a large tribe Refugee tribe
Peace pipe Calumet
A fishing technique that involved diving below the waters surface and grabbing large fish out of sunken, hollowed-out logs Grabbling
A religious official who introduced native Americans to the Christian faith Missionary
Yield of land to another party; in the case of native Americans, to the U.S government Land cession
Tracing the line of descent through the mother rather than the fater Matrilineal

INDIAN REMOVAL Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

What was the name of the event when a large number of Native Americans were forced out west Trail of tears
He was the president during the Indian removal act Andrew Jackson
The water route used by the U.S. government to send the Indians to Oklahoma Missisippiriver
It was was a highly civilized Native American tribe during the Indian Removal Act Cherokee
What was Andrew Jackson's nickname King Andrew
It was one of the five civilized Native American tribes Creek
The practice of rewarding supporters with government jobs Spoilssystem
What political party did Andrew Jackson belong to Democrats
Where was the Native Americans new territory Oklahoma
Why did Andrew Jackson want to expand the U.S. Industrial revolution
What was a major cause of death for the Cherokees during the Trail of Tears murder
Where where the Natives moved to western united states
What tribe was first removed Cherokee
What president forced removal andrew jackson
Who was the leader of the Cherokee during the trail of tears john ross

Lewis And Clark Expedition Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

This is where the expedition began Saint Louis
People who they met during the expedition Native Americans
Clark's friend who also led the Corps of Discovery Lewis
Led the Corps of Discovery and explored the Louisiana Territory William Clark
Native American woman who helped guide Lewis and Clark Sacagawea
Members of the expedition wrote in these about their experiences journals
The expedition would reach this ocean Pacific
Silver medals with a message of peace that were givent to any nations they met Indian Peace Medals
Land west of the Missouri River that was purchased from the French Louisiana Purchase
President who purchased the Louisiana Territory Thomas Jefferson
The Newfoundland dog who belonged to Meriwether Lewis Seaman
Rich grassland of the Great Plains Prairies
One of the primary goals of the expedition was to do this to the new territory Map
The expedition explored land west of this river Missouri
The only member of the expedition to die. He die from appendicitis Charles Floyd

The Age Of Jackson Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Use of insults and accusations with the aim of damaging the reputation of an opponent Mudslinging
A machine for separating cotton from its seeds Cottin Gin
Undistinguished commoner lacking class or rank distinction or special attributes Common Man
Act passed by congress on May 28, the law authorized the president to negotiate with southern tribes for removal to federal territory west of the Mississippi River Indian Removal act
Withdraw formally from membership in a federal union secede
A person who is the legal property of another and is forced to obey them Slavery
A principle of United States policy originated by president James Monroe in 1828 MonroeDoctrine
A series of forced removals of Native American from their homelands in the southeastern United States TRAILOFTEARS
Practice in which the political party winning an election rewards its campaign workers and other active supporters by appointment to government posts SPOILSYSTEM
The 7thpresident of the united states ANDREWJACKSON
Tax on imported goods TARIFF
Political philosophy of U.S president Andrew Jackson and his supporters JACKSONIANDEMOCRACY
The inventor of the cotton gin ELIWHITNEY
Struggle that developed over the issue of the second bank of the united states during the Andrew Jackson administration BANKWARS
Constitutional right to reject a decision or proposal made by a lawmaking body VETO

American Indian crossword puzzle

Type
Crossword
Description

The Plains indian were also known as ______ tribes?? Nomadic
The _______Indian tribes roamed as far north as Canada to as far south as Oklahoma. Plains
One of the Plains indian tribe was called ______? Arapaho
The Plains Indian lived in ______? Tipis
The Plains Indians hunted ______ and deer? Elk
One of the must important animals to the Plains Indian was the ______ .It gave them everything from clothing ,housing and food ? Buffalo
The ______ made hunting easier for the Plains indian. Horse
_______ has 39 federally recognized tribes. Oklahoma
Native American were settled on___________ land Reservation
One of the weapons the Plains Indians used was called the _______? Tomahawk

Sociology Chapter 9 Vocabulary Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

A set of cultural characteristics that distinguishes one group from another group Ethnicity
Individuals who share a common cultural background and common sense of identity Ethnic Group
An unsupported generalization about a category of people. Prejudice
The belief that one's own race or ethnic group is naturally superior to other races or ethnic groups Racism
A policy that allows each group within society to keep its unique cultural identity Cultural Pluralism
Discrimination that is a outgrowth of the structure of society Institutional Discrimination
Discrimination and prejudice that targets Jews Anti-Semitism
The practice of placing blame for one's troubles on an innocent individual or group Scapegoating
The blending of culturally distinct groups into a single group with a common culture and identity Assimilation
A group that possesses the ability to discriminate by virtue of their greater power, privilege and social status in a society Dominant Group
A denial of equal treatment to individuals based on their group membership Discrimination
Racial bias in environmental policies and practices Environmental Racism
Extermination aimed at intentionally destroying an entire targeted population Genocide
The collective reference to immigrants from the predominantly Catholic countries of Ireland, Italy, France, Poland and Greece White Ethnics
A prediction that results in behavior that makes the prediction come true. Self-Fulfilling Prophecy
Discrimination that is upheld by law. Legal Discrimination
The category of people who share inherited physical characteristics and who are perceived by others as being a distinct group Race
The process of removing a group from a particular area through terror, expulsion and mass murder. Ethnic Cleansing
A social and political movement that unites culturally distinct tribes to work together on issues that affect all Native Americans Pan-Indianism
An oversimplified, exaggerated, or unfavorable generalization about a category of people Stereotype
A group of people who are singled out and unequally treated because of their physical characteristics or cultural practices. Minority Group
The physical separation of a minority group from the dominant group Segregation

Trail of Tears Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

The route the Native American were forced to travel from Southeastern US to land designated Indian Territory, Trail of Tears
a long walk trek
denoting a tribe or tribes tribal
5 tribe affected by the Indian Removal Act are (1st albectical order) Cherokee
5 tribe affected by the Indian Removal Act are (2nd albectical order) Chickasaw
5 tribe affected by the Indian Removal Act are (3rd albectical order) Choctaw
5 tribe affected by the Indian Removal Act are (4th albectical order) Muscogee
5 tribe affected by the Indian Removal Act are (5th albectical order) Seminole
_______ of 1830, which authorized the government to extinguish Indian title to lands in the Southeast. Indian Removal Act
independent or self-governing. autonomous nations

The Jackson Era Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Andrew Jackson's nickname Old Hickory
putting political backers in power spoils system
to ingore or cancel out nullification
a member of the southeastern Indian tribe Cherokee
a member of the political party formed to opppose the Jacksonian Democrats National Republicans
one of two political parties, tends to support a strong central government Democratic Party
a political convention in which the presidential candidates from each party are nominated nominating conventions
time period of Jackson presidency in which the strength of the presidency was promoted Jacksonian Democracy
the right to vote in political elections suffrage
a person authorized to represent others delegates
a protective tariff passed in 1828 designed to protect industry Tariff of Abominations
second attempt of the US to create a National Bank Second Bank of the US
set aside land for the Indians Indian Territory
Chief Justice from Virginia, father of the American system of constitutional law John Marshall
Case that decided the dispersion of federal government and state power McCullough v. Maryland
state banks selected by the treasury to receive government funds pet banks
large financial crisis in the US Panic of 1837
presidential action viewed as corrupt corrupt bargain
a harsh journey indians were forced to take The Trail of Tears
law passed that allowed President Jackson to relocate various indian tribes Indian Removal Act