Type
Crossword
Description

instead of using stone or glass most things were made of this wood
this brought successful agriculture activity to WA cattleranching
the most valuable mineral gold
a change in the way that that goods are produced is this industrialization
this is an enabling act allowing WA to hold a constitutional convection in the summer omnibusbill
existence of what type of government reassured the public that WA was no longer a wild frontier territorial
what was designed to free land and prevent violence between Americans and Indians indianremoval
what act offered land to any pioneer willing to move west homesteadact
this act resulted in oregon becoming a state in 1859 donationland
what increased WA's population by 49,161 people railroads
in 1875 a large amount of this was found in the puyallup river coal
this president made washington a state in 1889 benjaminharrison
central pacific and this railroad were the first two transcontinental railroads in WA unionpacific
central pacific and union pacific railroads met at this place promontorypoint
this person bought the oregon steam navigation co. in 1879 henryvillard
this person was supposed to build the northern pacific railroad but went bankrupt jaycooke
residents of washington were eager to achieve this statehood
Washington territory ranked 31 in this industry lumber
dr.dorsey baker was a businessman who worked for what city wallawalla
these and bigger cities like sacremento or san francisco grew rapidly boomtowns

Crossword puzzle answer key

Type
Crossword
Description

was designed to free lands for pioneer settlement and to prevent violence between americans and indians by seperating them. indianremoval
this act was quite sucessful in oregon itself and as a result the territory became a state in1859. donationland
this act offered land to any pioneer willing to move to the american west homesteadact
it was one of the first pioneers to settle north of the Columbia River in Chehalis River Valley. ewingyoung
there was a trail named after him. jameslongmire
he was considered to be one of the orginal founders of the United States. georgebush
she arrived in Seattle in 1864 , she was part of a group called Mercer Girls. lizzieordway
he crossed the Oregon trail with his family on the way to Puyallup in 1853. ezrameeker
he was one of Washingtons earliest and most famous pioneers. bensnipes
it is where ships returned to unload their catch. cannery
this object made it possible to buy salmon for consumption. mechanicalrefrigeration
this object made it possible to buy fresh salmon for comsumption. mechanicalrefrigeration
the raising of crops without the benifit of irrigation of water. drylandfarming
this person built, owned,and operated first salmon cannery. williamhume
in 1853 he constructed washingtons territorys first steam powered sawmill in Seattle henryyesler
the meaning of the word is a change in the way goods produced. industrialization
it chartered approved the construction of the United States first two transcontinetal railroads the central pacific and union pacific. railroadact
one of the first two transcontinental railroads unionpacific
this person reorganized his railroad and shipping companies. henryvillard
he finaced the construction of a railroad from wallula on the columbia river to the city of walla walla. drdorseybaker
he was to build the railroad tycoon. jaycooke

Oregon Trail Crossword Puzzle

Type
Crossword
Description

Went bankrupt in 1873 (pg241) Jay Cooke
Is a large landowner(pg234) Arthur Denny
Part of the group Mercer girls(pg234) Lizzie M Ordway
Raising crops without the benefit of irrigation for water(pg236) Dryland farming
Established the first American settlement is western Washington(pg235) Michael T Simmons
Was a cattle rancher and herder(pg235) Ben Snipes
Made it possible to buy fresh salmon for consumption(pg236) Mechanical refrigeration
Most valuable mineral(pg236) Gold
One of the most successful early economic industries(pg236) Fishing
Ships returned to port to unload the catch(pg236) Cannery
New immigrants to Washington had to contend(pg236) Local Geography
Largest group of people who immigrated to Washington territory by the 1850s & 1860s White Americans
The pioneer experience was much more urban(pg232) Washington Territory
Only 1,201 people living Washington
One of the first pioneers to settle north of the Columbia River(pg227) Ewing Young
This act was successful in Oregon(pg227) Donation Land Claim Act
Offered land to any pioneer willing to move to the American West(pg227) Homestead Act
Most affordable and common method to reach Washington Territory(pg226) Wagon Train
Brought an end to the Indian Wars(pg226) The Battle Of Spokane Plains
The first commercial salmon cannery(pg236) William Hume

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

Ch. 8 CrossWord

Type
Crossword
Description

Lived from 1842-1893 (pg. 242) Leland stanford
What was the 42nd state in the U.S.A (pg. 250) Washington
What was designed to free lands for pioneer (pg. 227) Indian removal
What offered land to any pioneer willing to move to the american west (pg. 227) Homestead act
Which trail was used by the first pioneers to oregon country (pg. 230) Oregon trail
Who was isabellas husband? (Pg. 234) George bush
Who was the first commercial salmon cannery built by (pg. 236) William hume
Who constructed WA territorys first steam powered sawmill in seattle (pg. 237) Henry yesler
What is a change in the way that goods are produced (pg. 238) Industrialization
Who purchased the oregon ateam navigation company? (Pg. 240) Henry villard
He was to build the northern pacific railroad (pg. 241) Jay cooke
Who needed the grazing lands of the foothills (pg. 248) Ranchers
What was a enabling act allowing WA to hold a constitutional convention in the summer? (Pg. 250) Omnibus bill
Complete the sentence "commercial ________ continued to be a prominent economic activity in WA territory" (pg. 248) Fishing
What industry also grew as a result of railroads and population growth? (Pg. 248) Mining
Which section on pg. 248 has the highlighted words "dryland farming" Agriculture
Where do they make procesed food? (Pg. 236) Cannery
What is the raising or crops Dryland farming

Transcontinental Railroad Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Father of the Central Pacific Railroad Theodore Judah
_______ laborers made up over 90 percent of Central Pacific's workforce. Chinese
Which act provided the federal government support for the building of the very first transcontinental railroad Railway Act
Who was president while the Transcontinental Railroad was being built Abraham Lincoln
The 1850s were a time of _______ expansion for the United States. westward
Where was the meeting point of the Transcontinental Railroad Promontory
8 ________ tracklayers put down 3,520 rails of the railroad Irish
Who had lost a lot of land in the building of the railroad Native Americans
The amount of years it took to build the Transcontinental Railroad six
This state was connected to the east coast through the first railroad California
How many private companies were involved in the building of the railroad three
Governor that drove the Golden Spike that symbolized the completion of the railroad Stanford
Where did the Union Pacific's tracks start Iowa
Judah headed here to convince congressional leaders Washington
Who was in charge of the building of the Central Pacific Crocker
The railroad had to pass through mountains, in which state was this Nevada
the ceremonial spike driven by Leland Stanford to join the rails for the first time golden Spike
Amount of days it would take to travel from San Francisco to New York by railroad ten
total control of a type of industry by a single company or person monopoly
Transcontinental Railroad was also called the ______ _______ Overland Route

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

Transcontinental Railroad Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Judah headed here to convince congressional leaders Washington
congressional leader/president who signed The Pacific Railroad Act Abraham Lincoln
which state did the railroad pass through in the mountains Nevada
what border did they build near the Missouri River Nebraska
who would dominate the central pacific big four
what disease did Judah get while crossing the Isthmus of Panama yellow fever
hotbeds of drinking, gambling, prostitution, and violence Wild West
person in charge of construction for the central pacific charles Crocker
inferior race chinese
newly inaugurated president grant
Union Pacific was here the summer of 1867 Wyoming

Washington State History 1800s Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

The 42 state admitted into the US on Nov. 11, 1889 Washington
What is Washington’s capital? Olympia
What Territory did Washington separate from in 1853? Oregon
Who was the first territorial governor of Washington? Isaac Stevens
What horrific event occurred in Waiilatpu? Whitman Massacre
Who was richest businessman in WA who died in 1841? Ewing Young
What is the Canadian-American borderline in WA? Forty Ninth Parallel
What valley in WA had the most political power and stability? Willamette
The _____________ Pacific was a transcontinental railroad. Union
The _____________ Pacific was a transcontinental railroad. Northern
Washington was slow becoming a state because of the ______________ conflicts. Indian
Washington was slow becoming a state because of the low ___________________. population
Washington became a state with the passage of the _____________ Bill. Omnibus
In 1852, Port ____________ and Seattle were founded. Townsend
In 1861, __________________ of Washington was founded in Seattle. University
In 1868, __________________ was founded by McCarver and became an important sea port. Tacoma
Both people and freight were transported by sternwheelers, ____________, barges, sailboats, and ferries on the Columbia River. Steamers
The Northern Pacific Railway owner, ___________ _________, went bankrupt in 1873. Jay Cooke
_________ __________ was nicknamed "the Empire Builder." James Hill
The _______________ Land Act of 1850 gave 320 acres of land to any adult willing to cultivate it. Donation
Congress passed the _____________ Act in 1862, selling western land cheaply. Homestead
What is the most important seafood harvested in the Pacific Northwest? Salmon
_____________ is a major Pacific Northwest industry. Lumber
What was the largest wood product company in the US? Weyerhaeuser
Many Washington _________ were important shipbuilding centers in the 19th century. cities

Crowssword puzzle Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Desinged to free lands for pioneer settlement(227) Indian removal
Offered any land to pioneer willing to move to the american west(227) Homestead act
Used by the first pioneers to Oregon country in the 1840's(230) Oregon Trail
Raising of crops without the benefit of irrigation for water(236) Dryland farming
Where ships return to port to unload the catches(236) Cannery
Made it possible to buy fresh salmon for consumption(236) Mechanical refrigeration
Built and owned first cannery(236) William Hume
Constructed WA territory's first steam powered sawmill in seattle (237) Henry Yesler
Change in the way that goods are produced(238) Industrialization
Where railroads met(240) Promontory point
Purchased the Oregon steam navigation company(240) Henry Villard
Walla walla businessman (240) Dr.Dorsey Baker
Was to build the railroad(241) Jay Cooke
Needed grazing lands(248) Ranchers
Enabled act following WA to hold a constitutional convention in the summer(250) Omnibus bill
One of the famous trails(230) California Trail
One of the famous trails (230) Sublette cutoff
One of the famous trails (230) Applegate trail
One of the famous trails (230) Barlow Road
One of the famous trails (230) Longmire road

Early Republic of America Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Who enforced the laws in the Whiskey Rebellion? George Washington
Who lead the Democratic Republicans? Thomas Jefferson
What was used to protect domestic trade? Protective Tarrifs
What does Washington's farewell address warn us about? Political Parties
The _______ cabinet were advisors under Washington. Presidential
The Proclamation of _________ was stated by Washington to be impartial toward other countries. Neutrality
Alexander Hamilton was a ________ Federalist.
Thomas Jefferson was a Democratic __________. Republican
Washington's Proclamation of Neutrality tells us to be ________ . Impartial
Who was president during the XYZ Affair? John Adams
What was the diplomatic disagreement between the U. S. and France? XYZ Affair
The ____ and Sedition acts were passed during John Adams presidency. Alien
The Sedition act violated an amendment? Sedition
What amendment was violated? First amendment
Jefferson's refused John Adams midnight_________ and lead to Marbury vs Madison Appointments
What was established in Marbury vs Madison? Judicial Review
Jefferson was president during the _______ Purchase. Louisiana
Jefferson was also president during the _____ Act of 1807 Embargo
Who was president during the War of 1812 James Madison
The War of 1812 was between the U. S. and ______. Britain
What was a main cause of the War of 1812 Impressment
What treaty ended the War of 1812 Treaty of Ghent
The Battle of New Orleans helped who gain fame? Andrew Jackson
Who was the Monroe Doctrine written by? James Monroe
What was Hamilton's solution to the debt problem? National Bank