Type
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Description

ABORIGINES
ABRAHAM LINCOLN
ANTI-SEMITISM
ASSEMBLY LINE
CHARLES DARWIN
CHARTIST MOVEMENT
DOMINION
DREYFUS AFFAIR
EMANCIPATION PROCLAMTION
HOME RULE
IRISH REPUBLICAN ARMY
MANIFEST DESTINY
MAORI
MASS CULTURE
PENAL COLONY
PSYCHOLOGY
QUEEN VICTORIA
RADIOACTIVITY
SECEDE
SEGREGATION
SUFFRAGE
THEORY OF EVOLUTION
THIRD REPUBLIC
US CIVIL WAR
ZIONISM

An Age of Democracy and Progress Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

who was the woman that ruled Great Britian at age 18? Queen Victoria
who won independence from Spain in 1821? Mexico
what was the movement among workers who couldn't press to vote for rights? Chartist Movement
what was the name of the new government created by the National Assembly? Third Republic
what was prejudice against Jews called in the 1890's? anti-Semitism
who was the leader of Zionism? Theodor Herzl
canada remained part of the British Empire but was self-governing, this was called ___? dominion
Polynesian people who settled in New Zeland were called ___? Maori
people who populated Australia were called ___? Aborigines
what does IRA stand for? Irish Republican Army
the belief that the U.S. had the right to rule North America from the Atlantic to the Pacific? Manifest Destiny
who was the president that promised to stop the spread of slavery? Abraham Lincoln
what was the controversy that caused trouble between the Third Republic and other groups? dreyfus affair
what was the movement made for Jews to return to their homeland in Palestine? zionism
where was the place in which prisoners went to pay their crimes? penal colony
what was the supervision of internal affairs? home rule

Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

A right to vote Sufrrage
Working class demanded reforms in parliament Chartist movement
Republic that was established in France Third Republic
Queen of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland from 20 Jume 1837 until her death Queen Victoria
A scandal that rocked France in the late 19th and early 20th centuries Dreyfus affair
Hostility to or prejudice against Jews Anti Semitism
Sovereignty; control Dominion
A member of the aboriginal people of New Zealand Maori
A person, animal, or plant that has been in a country or region from earliest times Aborigine
Settlement used to exile prisoners and seperate them from the general population Penal Colony
Government of a colony, dependent country, or region by its own citizens Home rule
Any of several armed movements in Ireland in the 20th and 21st centuries Irish Republican Army
19th century doctrine or belief that the expansion of the US throughout the American continents was both justified and inevitable Manifest Destiny
16th President of the United States Abraham Lincoln
Withdraw formally from membership in a federal union Secede
Civil war fought in the United States from 1861 to 1865 US Civil War
The enforced seperation of different racial groups in a country Segregation
Series of workers and machines in a factory Assembly Line
Organisms change over time Theory of evolution
Ionizing particles or radiation Radioactivity
Set of ideas and values that develop from a common exposure to the same media, news sources, music, and art Mass culture
Scientific study of the human mind and its functions Psychology

Chapter 26 Vocabulary Word Scramble

Type
Word Scramble
Description

theory of evolution
Proclomation
Abraham Lincoln
Penal colony
Maori
Third Republic
assembly line
Zionism
mass culture
Dreyfus affair
Suffrage
Queen Victoria
radioactivity
Segregation
U.S. Civil War
Aborigine
secede
manifest destiny
anti Semitism
home rule
Dominion
psychology
Emancipation
Chartist movement
Charles Darwin
Irish Republican Army

Westward Expansion Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Alamo
Clark
Lewis
Homestead Act
New Mexico
Alta California
Marshall
Immigration
Manifest Destiny
Jefferson
Emancipation
Gadsen
Oxen
Treaty
Railroad
Oregon Trail
Texian
Lincoln
Polk
Louisiana Purchase
Gold Rush

chapter 23-24 crossword puzzle

Type
Crossword
Description

allows people to cast their votes without announcing them publicly Secret ballot
a form of government in which the executive leaders are chosen by and responsible to the legislature ParliamentaryDemocracy
leader of the Whig Party in England during the 1870’s; was Prime Minister. William Gladstone
trade between countries without quotas, tariffs or other restrictions Free Trade
campaign against slavery and the slave trade; Britain first European power to abolish slavery Abolition movement
settlements for convicts in the British colony of Australia Penal colony
overtook France in 1848. Ruled as a dictator at first, and then eased up Napoleon IV
built by Ferdinand de Lessees; connected the Red Sea to the Mediterranean Sea; located in Egypt Suez Canal
high ranking army officer in France; imprisoned on Devil’s Island the Dreyfus Affair
bought by Thomas Jefferson; 1803 Louisiana Purchase
idea of the US expanding across the continent Manifest Destiny
legal separation of races segregation
domination by one country of the political, economic or cultural life imperialism
explorer and missionary of Africa during the 1800’s David Livingstone
fought between China and Great Britain in 1839 Opium war

Manifest Destiny Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

belief in the United States that its settlers were destined to expand across North America Manifest Destiny
gold was found by James W. Marshall at Sutter's Mill in Coloma, California California Gold Rush
used the term "manifest destiny" in 1845 to promote the annexation of Texas and the Oregon Country to the United States John L Sullivan
William Becknell and five other men began their journey Westward from Franklin, Missouri to New Mexico santa fe trail
traveled on the Santa fe Trail from Missouri to New Mexico William Becknell
key to the nation’s health according to Thomas Jefferson Westward Expansion
purchased the territory of Louisiana from the French government Thomas Jefferson
Mexico lost nearly half of its territory, the present American Southwest from Texas to California; U.S. became a continental power. Mexican American War
negotiated Webster-Ashburton Treaty Daniel Webster
route over which settlers traveled to Oregon oregon trail
discovered in California in 1848 gold
Maine vs.Canada Aroostook War
president during Manifest Destinty James k polk
when people from two countries occupy and settle a territory joint occupation
to take control of annex
After the Texan victory at the Battle of San Jacinto, Santa Anna is captured and recognizes Texas as independent Lone Star Republic
as a result of the treaty, the U.S. annexed present-day New Mexico, Colorado, Arizona, Utah, Nevada, and California Mexican Cession
to give land over to another country Cession

The Rise of Totalitarian Dictators Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Adolf Hitler
Anti Semitism
Appeasement
Aryan Race
Benito Mussolini
Blitzkrieg
Buchenwald
Burning of the Reichstag
Communism
Fascism
Fuher
Gestapo
Ghettos
Gulag
Il Duce
Josef Stalin
League of Nations
Mein Kampf
Nationalism
Nazism
Storm Troopers
The Great Depression
Third Reich
Totalitarianism
Treaty Of Versailles
Weimer Republic

Manifest Destiny - Westward Expansion Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Cherokee Nation
Louisiana
The Alamo
Gadsden Purchase
Sacagawea
Missouri River
Northwest Passage
Exploration
Californios
Mountain Men
Missionaries
Pioneer Women
California Gold Rush
Corps of Discovery
Indian Removal Act
Trail of Tears
Irrigation
Mexicanos
Forty-Niners
Mormons
Oregon Trail
Rancho
Legacy
Lewis And Clark
Mexican American War
Manifest Destiny
Annex
Diplomacy
Territory
Andrew Jackson

Evolution Wordsearch

Type
Word Search
Description

James Hutton
Thomas Malthus
Jean Lamarck
Charles Darwin
Homologous structure
Vestigial structure
Analogous structure
Camouflage
Mimicry
Geological isolation
Reproductive isolation
Genetic drift
Convergent evolution
Adaptive radiation
Fitness
Fossil record
Adaptation
Artificial selection
Natural selection
Evolution

Race & Ethnicity Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Affirmative action
Amalgamation
Anti-Semitism
Apartheid
Assimilation
Black power
Color blind racism
Contact hypothesis
Discrimination
Discriminatory behavior
Diversity
Ethnic group
Exploitation theory
Expulsion
Genocide
Glass ceiling
Intergroup relations
Invisible Man
Minority group
Model minority
Pluralism
Prejudice
Prejudiced attitudes
Racial formation
Racial group
Racial profiling
Racism
Segregation
Stereotype
Symbolic ethnicity