Type
Crossword
Description

This kind of vegetable is poisonous Hemlock
Hattie's group leader Tall Joe
The place of Mr. Kenker's suicide Thousand Springs
This child was named after a boat ElizaMay
The route the Campbell family takes OregonTrail
This person stole things from everyone MrsKenker
This instrument/horn woke the travelers up in the morning Bugle
The Campbell family used to live here Booneville
Hattie was once afraid of running into these people Indians
The location of Gideon and Pepper's wedding IndependenceRock
The boy that broke his left arm bennie
Animals that led the wagons Oxen
The Mormon leaders name BrighamYoung
This little girl was poisoned by the hemlock Cassia
Bugs that flew into the pancake batter Mosquitos
This person married Pepper Gideon
This is one of Hattie's brothers Jake
This person got washed away while crossing a river Mrsbigg
This person married Hattie and made people life in the saddest times Wade
Many people had to ______ the Oregon Trail Walk
How many of Hattie's sisters died Four
This material was often found at trade posts fur

Across the Wide and Lonesome Prairie Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

What is the name of the plant that Hattie accidentally killed someone with? Hemlock
Who does Pepper like? Gideon
What other travelers did Hattie meet along the trail? Mormons
What state did the Campbells live in? Missouri
What city did they live in? Independence
Who was stealing peoples’ things along the trail? MrsKenker
What was the name of the family that had an overweight wife and a crippled husband? Bigg
Mr. and Mrs. Kenkers’ sons died in a _________. Fire
How many brothers does the main character have? Two
Mr. _________ jumped off a cliff. Kenker
What was the name of the ship that Hattie’s family rode on to get to the trail? ElizaMay
Mrs. Bigg died by _________. Drowning
What bug bothered Hattie the most? Mosquitoes
Who was Hattie afraid to encounter? Indians
What was the name of the main character? Hattie
Who does Hattie like? Wade
What is Hattie afraid to go across? Riviers
What was the name of the family that rode the Oregon Trail? Campbell
Who did Hattie become friends with along the trail? Pepper
How many sisters did the main character used to have? Four

Along the Wide and Lonesome Prarie Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Hattie's hometown Booneville
the last name of the thief on the trail Kenker
Hattie's fear Indians
Hattie's last name Campbell
the name of the steamboat Hattie rode Eliza May
the name of the plant that almost killed Wade hemlock
first name of Aunt June’s friend Narcissa
Hattie’s destination Oregon
name of Aunt June’s daughter River Ann
Pepper’s wife Gideon
the last name the big lady who has a crippled husband Bigg
Aunt June’s sickness pregnancy
Hattie’s friend back in Missoura Becky
the family with 5 daughters Anderson
Hattie’s last name Campbell
number of brothers Hattie has Two
Hattie’s husband Wade
the girl who died from hemlock Cassia
first name of Aunt June's husband Tim
Hattie’s nickname for her brother Ben Bennie

The Campbell Family Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Mrs. Bigg died in one river
Was the girl who wrote the diary Hattie
A girl that was named after a steamboat ElizaMay
Hattie's little brother threw dynamite off of this IndependenceRock
She died from a plant named Hemlock Cassia
It is a color and a structure of land bluemountain
Died from jumping off of a cliff MrKenker
Was married at the age of 14 Pepper
Had a husband with no legs MrsBigg
The members had to eat each other Donnerparty
He was pulled in a small wagon Mrbigg
Was married at the age of 15 gideon
Hattie was originally from here Booneville
One of Hattie's friends becky
He led the people to Oregon TallJoe
It is made of a lot of wagons wagoncircle
Hattie liked this person Wade
It is pulled by oxen or mules wagon
She stole from other people mrskenker

Westward Expansion Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Who was the person responsible for and signed the Indian Removal Act? Andrew Jackson
What was the journey that the Cherokee people took because of the Indian removal policy called? Trail of Tears
Which battle was the most important for Texas to gain independence, it was a Francisan mission? Battle of the Alamo
Who was the general and dictator of Mexico during the battles for Texas independence? Santa Ana
Who was the United States's president during the Mexican American War? James Polk
This term means, the belief that it is America's obvious fate to move west. Manifest destiny
What was a popular slogan said by John K. Polk when he was ready to go to war against a territory? 50/40 or fight
This trail was the safest and most effective trail for going west. It's a very popular trail. Oregon Trail
This compromise made it possible for people to still own slaves in Washington DC. Compromise of 1850
Who was known as the, "Great Compromiser?" Henry Clay
Who's idea was it to build a railroad from Chicago to San Fransico? Stephen A. Douglas
This term is the political belief that the people who lived in the region should should vote and decide on the nature of their government themselves. Popular sovereignty

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

Mountain Men and Trails West Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

some of the first easterners to map and explore land west of them mountain men
trail that was 2,000 miles long Oregon trail
a yearly meeting rendezvous
fur traders needed fur to make... beaver hats
traders took this trail because of its high profit Santa Fe trail
began the yearly meeting william ashley
what members of Joseph Smiths church became known as mormons
a large group of people took this trail because they were seeking for religious freedom mormon trail
became the new mormon leader Brigham Young
created of of the largest fur businesses john jacob astor
mountain men that survived many dangerous adventures jedediah smith

Oregon Trail Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

trail
supplies
pioneer
indian
river
wagon
oxen
survival
travel
west

The Oregon Trail Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

The trail that many emigrants took to get to the West Coast. The Oregon Trail
Person or group leaving a place for a better place Emigrant
Men responsible for sparking the move West; started the trails West Mountain Men
Ocean that borders the West Coast Pacific Ocean
Mountains that were usually crossed in Wyoming or Colorado Rocky Mountain
Mountains that were usually the final stage until getting to the West Coast Sierra Nevada Mountain
Used as an alternate source of firewood Buffalo Chips
Towns or cities used to take off to the West Jumping Off Points
a city in Missouri usually used for a jumping off point Independence
Place that the Donner Party was trying to get to; Bay of Fransisco is in this state California
State usually went for by farmers by The states rich black soil Oregon
Animal most preffered when crossing the Plains Oxen
Animals most preferred when crossing the Mountains Mules
Most preffered mode of transportation when going to the West Coast Wagon Trains
A group that took a false shortcut called Hastings Cut-off and they had to resort to cannibalism to survive the winter The Donner Party

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

Manifest Destiny Crossword Puzzle

Type
Crossword
Description

A large body of water that stretches from America to Europe. Atlantic Ocean
A treaty was named from this place that's a neighborhood in Mexico City today. Gaudalupe Hidalgo
A man that wanted money for the war in Europe. Napoleon
Many Americans believed that there was gold in the east. Gold Rush
A purchase that created a shorter railroad route. Gadsden Purchase
A state that America purchased from Spain. Florida
The belief that God wanted the United States to win all of North America. Manifest Destiny
The country that's south from the United States. Mexico
People who favored territorial growth. Expansionists
A purchase that gave America the Mississippi River to the Rocky Mountains. Louisiana Purchase
The territorial purchase that created the Gold Rush. Mexican Cession
Emigrants moved to the North East on this dangerous trail. Oregon Trail
A body of water that stretches from America to Asia. Pacific Ocean
The state that annexed into the United States. Texas
Texas decided to declare independence from Mexico. This is the name of the revolt. Texas Revolt