Type
Word Search
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Native American
told
old
such
much
friend
live
from
love
give
have

Thanksgiving Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

England
maize
celery
symbol
Thursday
third
Abraham Lincoln
Sarah Hale
yams
wishbone
Wampanoag Indians
voyage
vegetables
customs
tradition
thankful
tablecloth
sweet potato
settlers
ham
turkey
Pecan pie
pumpkin pie
Plymouth
Pilgrim
November
Native American
Mayflower
Massachusetts Bay Colony
holiday
harvest
gravy
grateful
gobble
friends
football
feast
Squanto
family
cranberries
cornucopia
cornbread
Colonists
celebrate
casserole
New World
bread
beans
bake
autumn
acorn

Indian Removal Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Group of tried to live in America. Native Americans
Signed by President Andrew Jackson alone removal of Native Americans. Indian removal act
Didn't who signed Indian removal act Andrew Jackson
Did you know his nation and lived in southern Appalacian regions, largest of the three federally recognized tribes Cherokee
Indigenous nation that lived in Southeast US during 19th century. Creek
Many Indians died on this journey from their home to Oklahoma. Trail of tears
Play in which the Indians were relocated to. Oklahoma
Army general responsible for removing Indians from their land Winfield Scott
Cherokee who broke tribal law by signing treaty of Washington Major ridge
Well educated Cherokee chief who took petition to Washington John Ross
Principal chief of the upper Creek who signed the treaty of New York Alexander McGillivary
Chief of the lower Creek who signed the treaty of Indian springs William McIntosh
Creator of the Indian syllabary Sequoyah
First newspaper published by Native Americans Cherokee Phoenix
Capital of the Cherokee nation New Echota

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

Native American Crossword Puzzle

Type
Crossword
Description

A tent like like structure made out of tree limbs and animal hide like buffalo. Circular in shape and has a opening at the top.. Tepee
It is not necessarily a religious event but more about special beliefs and practices. Ceremony
Beads of polished shells strung in strands, worn as a belt or other decoration and was also used as money. Wampum
This person is a chief of his tribe. Sachem
This is a place where the Native Americans lived and grew their crops. It is a large mostly flat area of land. Prairie
This is a spirit being or a sacred object or symbol of a tribe. It has an animal on it and they believe it is with you for life. Totem
This Is a legal designated area of land managed by a Native American tribe. Reservation
These are images that are created when removing part of a rock. Petroglyphs
The Native Americans had to be flexible in a lot of their living conditions such as changing weather from hot to cold and other threaening enemies. What is this called? Adaptation
A gathering of different American Indian communities. The word means spiritual leader. Pow-Wow
A structure that they lived in and were long and the roof was round. They were made from trees and different types of grasses. Longhouse
Winter Squash, Beans and corn were called this and were used to trade for other goods. TheThreeSisters
A house made made of stone, mud, soil and sand. It had a doorway and also had many levels and they used ladders. Adobe
A member of a tribe that moves from place to place has no permanent adobe. Nomadic
A member of a tribe that did not move a lot. Sedentary
Another word for trading without using money. Barter
To become civilized give up their tribal ways and become absorbed into the American society. Assimilation
Its another word for ceremony. Ritual
The taking of land or to defeat or conquer. Subdue
A group or community of indigenous people in the United States. Tribe

Native American crossword puzzle

Type
Crossword
Description

A portable conical tent Teepee
A formal religious or public occasion. Ceremony
A quality small cylindrical bead Wampum
A chief or leader Sachem
A large open area of grassland Prairie
A natural object or animal Totem
The action or process of adapting or being adapted Adaptation
The action of reserving something Reservation
A rock carving, especially a prehistoric one Petroglyphs
A North American Indian ceremony Pow-wow
The traditional dwelling of the Iroquois and other North American indians Long house
The three main sisters are the three main agricultural crops The three main sisters
A kind of clay used as a building material Adobe
Living the life of a nomadic wondering Nomadic
To spend much time to seated Sedimentary
To exchange for goods or services without using money Barter
The process of taking in fully understanding or ideas Assimilation
A religious or solemn ceremony. Ritual
Overcome, quiten, or under control Subdue
A group of people or a family Tribe

Exploration And Colonization Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

way of thought with prime importance on humans not divine matters Humanism
a imagined place thats perfect Utopia
male head of a family or tribe Patriarch
setting up a colony away from origin/home country Colonization
the difference of the values of exports and inports for a country; a favorable balance is when there is more value in the exports than the imports. Balence of Trade
the action of traveling in or through an unfamiliar area in order to learn about it Exploration
a treaty signed in 1494 by Spain and Portugal, which split the Western lands down a line of demarcation from north to south, giving Spain the all territory west of the line, and Portugal all land east of the line Treaty of Tordesillas
Helped to usher in the intense period of European naval exploration that dominated the world during the 15th-17th centuries Prince Henry the Navigator
His exploration led to the discovery of the Americas by European and resulted in future European colonization in the Americas Christopher Columbus
Marks the beginning of European colonization in the Americas and sets the stage for European dominance of the Native populations Columbian Exchange
A system of slavery used by the Spanish conquistadors on their American plantations Encomienda System
A buisness formed by a group of investors who pooled their money to invest together Joint- Stock Company
Had their passage to America paid by someone else and in return they signed a contract agreeing to pay off their debt by working for this person. Indentured Servant
Came to America to establish their own colony to escape religious persicution in England Puritans
The first law in America for freedom of worship for all Christians Act for Religious Toleration
Were motivated by the 3 G's (God, Gold, Glory); Conquered many great Native American Civilizations and brought much much of the Americas under Spanish control in the 15th century Conquistadors
Defeted the Aztecs who were ruled by Montezuma, and conquered Mexico; Spanish conquistador Hernando Cortes
Recieved Hernando Cortes and his men as gods and allowed them to conquer his kingdom; Aztec Emperor Montezuma
A child of mix race born from a Spainard and an American Indian Mestizo
First permanent English settlement in America Jamestown

Voting Rights Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

What amendment gave all men the right to vote...kinda fifteen
What country did the idea of white male property owners only voting come from England
What Act gave American Indians the right to vote Indian Citizenship Act
What amendment gave people living in D.C. the right to vote twentythree
What was eliminated by the 24th amendment? Poll taxes
How old do you have to be to vote in 2016 Eighteen
Who was the president that signed the Indian Citizenship Act Calvin Coolidge
What was one thing that kept African Americans from voting in the south Literacy tests
In 1920, who got the right to vote Women
What was the first state to allow women to vote before the 19th amendment Wyoming
What war sparked the saying "old enough to fight, old enough to vote" Vietnam
What was passed in 1965 that finally gave African Americans the right to vote Voting Rights Act
How old did you have to be to vote before the 26th amendment twentyone

Natural Resources Crossword Puzzle

Type
Crossword
Description

Any material made naturally that is used by humans or living things. Natural Resources
A natural resource that can be used and replaced over a relatively short time. Renewable Resource
A natural resource that cannot be replaced or that can be replaced only over thousands or millions of years. Nonrenewable resource
Energy as solar, wind, or nuclear energy that can replace traditional fossil fuel sources, such as coal, oil, and natural gas. Alternative energy
Renewable energy derived from burning organic materials such as wood and alcohol. Biomass energy
Conservation method in which old materials are processed to make new ones. Recycling
Nonrenewable energy resource, such as oil and coal, formed over millions of years from the remains of dead plants and other organisms. Fossil Fuel
Inexhaustible energy resource that used hot magma or hot, dry rocks from below Earth's surface to generate electricity. Geothermal energy
Electricity produced by water-power using large dams in a river. Hydroelectric energy
Alternative energy source that is based on atomic fission. Nuclear energy
Energy from the Sun that is clean, inexhaustible, and can be transformed into electricity by solar cells. Solar energy
Careful use of resources to reduce damage to the environment though such methods as composting and recycling materials. Conservation
A resource that remains in constant supply and will not run out. Inexhaustible source
Fossil fuel formed from marine organisms that is often found in tilted or folded rock layers and is used for cooking and heating. Natural gas

Thanksgiving Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

blessings
buckle hat
chicken
cornbread
cranberry sauce
dressing
family
friends
gourds
green beans
ham
harvest
Indian
love
mashed potatoes
Mayflower
Native American
November
pecan pie
Pilgrim
pumpkin
succotash
sweet potatoes
thankful
thanksgiving
travel
turkey

French and Indian War Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Politician elected leader of the British army after many loses. William Pitt
Area of land granted to wealthy English planters, that the French were occupying. Pittsburgh
What was the area called that Robert Cavelier claimed for France. Mississippi Valley
Which Native American recognized the French loss as a native American loss. Pontiac
His mission was to drive out French from the Ohio Valley. Braddock
How did the French and Indian alliance start? Trading
What was the first permanent French settlement in North America. Quebec
Who led the battle that gave the British the upper hand in the war? James Wolfe
What was a negative effect of the 7 Years War for the British? Debt
One major land of contention between the French and English. Ohio River Valley
Financial expert that was sent to help relieve tensions in the colonies. Grenville
First Native Americans to help the British. Iroquois
Set of "laws" that were put in place in 1764 to lower the amount of smuggling. Sugar Act
The fort where the French and Indian War began. Necessity
After the war, which side of the Mississippi did the British claim? East
What colony did Britain have tensions with during and before the 7 years war. Massachusetts