us history Crossword Puzzles

US History 2014-06-25

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  1. Born in Illinois.
  2. Telegram to Mexico from Germany.
  3. Active since the War for Independence.
  4. 29th state in the Union.
  5. State flower is the wood violet.
  6. Fought for the environment and civil rights.
  7. First to sign the Declaration.
  8. Arnie governed here.
  9. Battle that turned the Civil War.
  10. Patton went after this señor.
  11. In 1814 we took a little trip.
  12. Known as "Seward's Ice Box".
  13. Probably got stuck in a bathtub.
  14. Likes to annoy Wisconsin.
  15. Wanted the turkey for the national bird.
  16. Forrest Gump went here.
  17. First on the moon.
  18. First state in the Union.
  19. Plan to rebuild Europe after WWII.
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  1. Marched to the sea.
  2. Two parts, one state.
  3. Took a trip with Lewis.
  4. I divide but am a great highway.
  5. Only Catholic President.
  6. Coach of the Miracle on Ice team.
  7. Bay of...
  8. Warned against foreign entanglements.
  9. Treaty that backfired.
  10. Affair that led to a quasi war with France.
  11. General who was a pioneer of tank warfare.
  12. Huge purchase for a great price.
  13. Claimed himself to be obnoxious and disliked.
  14. Was an actor.
  15. Nixon's mistake.
  16. Had a dream. It was realized.
  17. The Great Crusade.
  18. Treaty that ended the War of 1812.

37 Clues: Bay of...Was an actor.Nixon's mistake.Born in Illinois.The Great Crusade.First on the moon.Marched to the sea.Arnie governed here.Two parts, one state.Treaty that backfired.Took a trip with Lewis.Forrest Gump went here.Only Catholic President.29th state in the Union.Likes to annoy Wisconsin.First state in the Union.Known as "Seward's Ice Box"....

US History 2018-06-03

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  1. Amendment gave women the right to vote in 1920.
  2. vote to bring charges of serious crimes against a president
  3. Addams known as the "mother" of social work
  4. Darwinism the theory that individuals, groups, and peoples are subject to the same Darwinian laws of natural selection as plants and animals.
  5. v Ferguson upheld the rights of states to pass laws allowing or even requiring racial segregation in public and private
  6. Strike (1892) Shuts down the factory and locks out its employees
  7. Day O'Connor After her 1981 appointment by President Ronald Reagan, she became the first female Court justice.
  8. Carnegie An American industrial leader of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.
  9. Houses Product of the late nineteenth-century movement to offer a broad array of social services in urban immigrant neighborhoods
  10. Of Paris signed in Paris by representatives of King George III
  11. Journalism journalism that is based upon sensationalism and crude exaggeration.
  12. freedom from punishment
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  1. Reserve Act Act of Congress that created and established the Federal Reserve System
  2. Cabot Lodge an American Republican Congressman and historian from Massachusetts.
  3. Writers who exposed corruption and abuses in politics, business, meat-packing, child labor, and more, primarily in the first decade of the twentieth century
  4. Act Proposal for railroad regulation enacted in 1906 that extended the authority of the Interstate Commerce Commission
  5. Bellamy an American author and socialist, most famous for his utopian novel, Looking Backward
  6. d Rockefeller An American businessman of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries
  7. Anti-Trust Act The first law to restrict monopolistic trusts and business combinations
  8. Amendment (1913) Legalized the federal income tax
  9. Tariff Tariff of 1913 which, in addition to lowering and even eliminating some tariffs
  10. Fourteen Points a statement of principles for peace that was to be used for peace negotiations in order to end World War I.
  11. Strike Strike against the Pullman Palace Car Company
  12. Act A federal law intended to turn Native Americans into farmers

24 Clues: freedom from punishmentAddams known as the "mother" of social workAmendment gave women the right to vote in 1920.Amendment (1913) Legalized the federal income taxStrike Strike against the Pullman Palace Car Companyvote to bring charges of serious crimes against a presidentOf Paris signed in Paris by representatives of King George III...

US History 2021-03-02

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  1. made sure that one of the branches of government did not get too powerful
  2. every 5 slaves in a state would count as three free persons
  3. the promise the federalists made to attach to the Constitution
  4. the creator of the New Jersey Plan
  5. changes to the Constitution
  6. many of the antifederalists
  7. rule by the people
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  1. the governor of New York who was an antifederalist
  2. supporters of the Constitution
  3. opposed the Constitution
  4. the date of the first meeting of the new congress
  5. did not get rid of the articles ad instead it modifies them to make the central government stronger
  6. was chosen to become the first president under the new Constitution
  7. proposed to get rid of the articles and create a new national government
  8. divided government power between federal and state governments
  9. the two states that had not ratified the Constitution
  10. the state that waited until the bill of rights was proposed to ratify the Constitution
  11. his idea was used in the Great Compromise
  12. the leaders of the federalists
  13. the majority of the delegates that attended the convention in Philadelphia

20 Clues: rule by the peopleopposed the Constitutionchanges to the Constitutionmany of the antifederalistssupporters of the Constitutionthe leaders of the federaliststhe creator of the New Jersey Planhis idea was used in the Great Compromisethe date of the first meeting of the new congressthe governor of New York who was an antifederalist...

us history 2020-01-09

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  1. the profession, activity, or skill of managing international relations, typically by a country's representatives abroad.
  2. a person who has become rich through ruthless and unscrupulous business practices
  3. a person advocating or implementing social reform or new, liberal ideas.
  4. the policy of protecting the interests of native-born or established inhabitants against those of immigrants.
  5. the protection or promotion of the interests of consumers.
  6. the right to vote in political elections.
  7. the development of industries in a country or region on a wide scale.
  8. the action of annexing something, especially territory.
  9. a policy of remaining apart from the affairs or interests of other groups, especially the political affairs of other countries.
  10. a general vote by the electorate on a single political question which has been referred to them for a direct decision.
  11. the transmission of customs or beliefs from generation to generation, or the fact of being passed on in this way.
  12. the ability to assess and initiate things independently.
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  1. the action of coming to live permanently in a foreign country.
  2. the policy of territorial or economic expansion.
  3. make changes in (something, typically a social, political, or economic institution or practice) in order to improve it.
  4. administrative decisions that are directly related to all issues and activity within a nation's borders.
  5. the action or faculty of remembering something learned or experienced.
  6. a government's strategy in dealing with other nations.
  7. a person who supports or believes in the principles of communism.
  8. the process of making an area more urban.
  9. unusual; not typical.
  10. reform-minded journalists in the Progressive Era in the United States (1890s–1920s) who exposed established institutions and leaders as corrupt. They typically had large audiences in popular magazines.
  11. movement of people to a new area or country in order to find work or better living conditions.
  12. take in (information, ideas, or culture) and understand fully.
  13. the quality or condition of being modern.

25 Clues: unusual; not typical.the process of making an area more urban.the right to vote in political elections.the quality or condition of being modern.the policy of territorial or economic expansion.a government's strategy in dealing with other nations.the action of annexing something, especially territory....

us history 2015-03-03

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  1. the war for American independence from Britain
  2. a protest led by a farmer
  3. James Madison chose to abandon Isolationism
  4. a document establishing the U.S. as a nation
  5. a policy to separate Europe from the Western Hemisphere
  6. a test of the federal government
  7. a forced trek onto "Indian territory"
  8. General Cornwallis surrenders
  9. Texas requested to be a state
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  1. belief in the benefits of profitable trading
  2. a search in Sutter Mill in 1848
  3. a protest on a excise tax
  4. claimed land for Spain called San Salvador
  5. the first constitution
  6. a spanish conquistador
  7. a street fight
  8. seizing of supplies
  9. a time when many issues occurred
  10. first government of america
  11. a war for land
  12. known as the "Middle Passage"
  13. the first English colony
  14. a system for states and organizations are governed

23 Clues: a street fighta war for landseizing of suppliesthe first constitutiona spanish conquistadorthe first English colonya protest led by a farmera protest on a excise taxfirst government of americaknown as the "Middle Passage"General Cornwallis surrendersTexas requested to be a statea search in Sutter Mill in 1848a time when many issues occurred...

US History 2017-03-02

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  1. political party that South had
  2. political party that North had
  3. an American,approached the Spanish with a plan for Texas settlement:
  4. one of the first female nurses to serve in the Civil war, known as her First Aid
  5. a town that Free-soilers refused to follow laws and started
  6. Thanks to this, by 1850, California’s population had reached 93,000
  7. The pro-slavery legislature established the town of 000000000
  8. a president of the North, was strongly against slavery
  9. to incorparate into the domain of a city, country, or state
  10. opposing to slavery
  11. First Europeans to visit what would become Texas
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  1. one of the Nebraska Territory divided into: Nebraska and 000000
  2. of parts of New Mexico, Arizona, and California
  3. a war between citizens of the North and South
  4. a movement in the 19th C that focused on the abolishment of slavery
  5. Delaware, Kentucky, Maryland, Missouri
  6. favoring slavery
  7. President Lincoln’s plan that suffocating the South like a snake by cutting off their resources
  8. an abolitionist Senator from MA
  9. a type of rule in which military commanders are in control and citizens’ rights and freedoms are suspended
  10. law determined the residents of Utah could decide whether to allow slavery

21 Clues: favoring slaveryopposing to slaverypolitical party that South hadpolitical party that North hadan abolitionist Senator from MADelaware, Kentucky, Maryland, Missouria war between citizens of the North and Southof parts of New Mexico, Arizona, and CaliforniaFirst Europeans to visit what would become Texas...

US History 2021-05-05

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  1. defeated germany.
  2. Hitler's book he wrote.
  3. dictator of Italy.
  4. when person hates race,culture and religion.
  5. greatly affected after pearl harbor attack.
  6. result in killing a german.
  7. big issue in america because childeren got hurt,wanted to end...
  8. emperor of japan.
  9. the day they tricked Hitler with false news.
  10. prime minister of great britain.
  11. lebensraum in english means.
  12. talked about whitnessing the pearl harbor attack.
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  1. wanted to spread socialism.
  2. food, heat, gas for soldiers in the world wars.
  3. united the country, built a close relationship with the president.
  4. storm that affected many states and farmers.
  5. leader of Germany.
  6. had to wear the star of david on their arm to label them.
  7. was created to help familes get back on their feet.
  8. concentration camp in Poland.
  9. group that targeted african americans.
  10. created so people wouldn't over withdraw money from the banks.
  11. crashed when buyers kept ignoring the decline of consumers.
  12. create a hole in the enemies army and flood in.
  13. jews were placed there before concentration camps.
  14. towns that homeless people would go.
  15. leader of USSR.

27 Clues: leader of USSR.defeated germany.emperor of japan.leader of Germany.dictator of Italy.Hitler's book he wrote.wanted to spread socialism.result in killing a german.lebensraum in english means.concentration camp in Poland.prime minister of great britain.towns that homeless people would go.group that targeted african americans....

US History 2021-05-18

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  1. addressing problems caused by industrialization, urbanization, immigration, and political corruption
  2. The current generation of workers would pay into a fund while the retirees would take in a monthly stipend. Upon reaching the age of 65, individuals would start receiving payments based upon the amount contributed over the years.
  3. provide for the safer use of the assets of banks, regulate interbank control,prevent the undue diversion of funds into speculative operations.
  4. the decade of the 1920s a period of economic prosperity with a distinctive cultural edge in the United States and Europe, particularly in major cities
  5. a series of radio broadcasts made by President Franklin Delano Roosevelt to the nation
  6. gave $3 billion to state and local governments for direct relief payments for people without jobs.
  7. a person who keeps money in a bank account.
  8. first worldwide intergovernmental organization to maintain world peace.
  9. severe worldwide economic depression tduring the 1930s
  10. help farmers attempted to raise farm prices to a level equitable to the years 1909-14.
  11. series of programs,projectsregulations enacted by President Franklin D. Roosevelt.
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  1. depositors in member banks were given the security of knowing the federal government would refund their losses.
  2. program was aimed at employing unemployed unmarried men
  3. hired actors to perform plays across the land.
  4. employed nearly 9 million Americans.
  5. allowed any farmer to buy back a lost farm at a law price over six years at only one percent interest.
  6. passed in March 1933 refinanced many mortgages in danger of going unpaid.
  7. program employed 2.5 million in a month's time, and eventually grew to a multitudinous 4 million at its peak
  8. empowered the President to reopen banks that were solvent and assist those that were not.
  9. national treasury of the federal government of the United States where it serves as an executive department.

20 Clues: employed nearly 9 million Americans.a person who keeps money in a bank account.hired actors to perform plays across the land.severe worldwide economic depression tduring the 1930sprogram was aimed at employing unemployed unmarried menfirst worldwide intergovernmental organization to maintain world peace....

US History 2021-09-28

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  1. Founder of constitutional law and chief justice.
  2. Thought the bank was unconstitutional.
  3. Printed publication, and associated with making decisions.
  4. Written by the 1st American president.
  5. Peace treaty that ended the war of 1812.
  6. Most influential founding father.
  7. Debt crisis state government increased effort to collect taxes.
  8. Desire for unity after the war of 1812
  9. Articles and essays written by Alexander Hamilton.
  10. Louisiana purchase.
  11. Created two Legislative bodies in congress.
  12. The great compromise, The three fifth compromise etc.
  13. Final battle of the northwest indian war.
  14. 3rd US president.
  15. North and South America will not tolerate any more colonization.
  16. Four acts passed by the federalist.
  17. Basic principles of and laws of the nation and the agreement signing of it.
  18. Known as the Florida purchase treaty.
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  1. 4th US president and created the amendments.
  2. First major battle of the war of 1812.
  3. On all American vessels sailing for foreign ports.
  4. No support from state governments.
  5. Secret meeting of the federalist delegates from connecticut.
  6. Capital of the United states.
  7. Agreement by the US and Great Britain that helped avert war between them.
  8. Beans, squash, peas, okra etc.
  9. Creation of a supreme national government.
  10. Served as an associate justice.
  11. First written constitution of the United states.
  12. Economic system in which the decisions regarding investment.
  13. Create material by hand.

31 Clues: 3rd US president.Louisiana purchase.Create material by hand.Capital of the United states.Beans, squash, peas, okra etc.Served as an associate justice.Most influential founding father.No support from state governments.Four acts passed by the federalist.Known as the Florida purchase treaty.First major battle of the war of 1812....

US History 2013-09-26

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  1. a general vote by the electorate on a single political question that has been referred to them for a direct decision.
  2. extreme patriotism, especially in the form of aggressive or warlike foreign policy.
  3. community-based mutual aid societies created by Mexican immigrants in the late 19th century United States
  4. the ability to assess and initiate things independently
  5. relating to or based on reason
  6. To make American in form, style, or character
  7. Process by which voters can remove elected officials from office before their terms end
  8. an instruction, command, or duty given to a person or group of people.
  9. the right to vote gained through the democratic process
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  1. to include specifically in the terms of an agreement
  2. anything bought or sold
  3. General political philosophy that is based on scientific progression
  4. guided by thought
  5. Reform-minded journalists who wrote for magazines
  6. a violent uprising against an authority or government
  7. in spite of that; however
  8. to impose a fine, tax, or special payment on a person or property
  9. a policy of extending a country's power and influence through diplomacy or military force.
  10. no longer in use or practice
  11. extreme hardship or difficulty

20 Clues: guided by thoughtanything bought or soldin spite of that; howeverno longer in use or practicerelating to or based on reasonextreme hardship or difficultyTo make American in form, style, or characterReform-minded journalists who wrote for magazinesto include specifically in the terms of an agreement...

US HISTORY 2013-11-12

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  1. cofounded the Chicago Hull House
  2. the statue of liberty is found here
  3. American landscape painter and printmaker
  4. helped veterans
  5. found in Chicago
  6. an immigration station at New York harbor
  7. designed wainwright building
  8. founded chain stores
  9. baseball team
  10. established inhabitants against those of immigrants
  11. the Eiffel Tower
  12. founded the American Red Cross
  13. home of the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum
  14. sport that can also be called soccer
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  1. founded the department store chain
  2. the Auditorium building is found here
  3. invented basketball
  4. John Dewey wanted what type of education
  5. book written by Jacob Riis
  6. organized massacre of a particular ethnic group
  7. increasing amount of people that live in urban areas
  8. the____________ theater
  9. sits on the eastern bank of the Connecticut River
  10. came from the Eastern and Southern Europe
  11. Marshall Field founded what type of store?
  12. coming to live permanently in a foreign country
  13. found in New York
  14. a major voice for progressive education

28 Clues: baseball teamhelped veteransfound in Chicagothe Eiffel Towerfound in New Yorkinvented basketballfounded chain storesthe____________ theaterbook written by Jacob Riisdesigned wainwright buildingfounded the American Red Crosscofounded the Chicago Hull Housefounded the department store chainthe statue of liberty is found here...

US History 2012-10-09

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  1. changing outlook of women in 1920s
  2. New work opportunities open for women where?
  3. What was the trial called?
  4. What three things became more tolerated in the big cities?
  5. bar selling illegal alcohol
  6. Who was the Chicago gangster who made $60 million per year bootlegging?
  7. What three things became more tolerated in the big cities?
  8. Who founded the first birth control clinic in the US?
  9. WHat problems did reformers attribute to alcohol?
  10. WHat problems did reformers attribute to alcohol?
  11. What professions were considered womens professions?
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  1. What professions were considered womens professions?
  2. New work opportunities open for women where?
  3. New work opportunites open for women where?
  4. What three things became more tolerated in the big cities?
  5. What state passed a law making it illegal to teach evolution?
  6. What amendment was passed in January 1920?
  7. WHat happened to the birthrate at this time?
  8. Who was the famous lawyer who defended him?
  9. people who believe bible is literal word of god
  10. What professions were considered womens professions?
  11. Fundamentalists rejected what theory?
  12. Who was the teacher who challenged the law?
  13. people who smuggled illegal alcohol

24 Clues: What was the trial called?bar selling illegal alcoholchanging outlook of women in 1920speople who smuggled illegal alcoholFundamentalists rejected what theory?What amendment was passed in January 1920?New work opportunites open for women where?Who was the famous lawyer who defended him?Who was the teacher who challenged the law?...

US History 2017-02-24

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  1. a
  2. a
  3. a
  4. a
  5. a
  6. a
  7. a
  8. a
  9. a
  10. a
  11. a
  12. a
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  1. a
  2. a
  3. a
  4. a
  5. a
  6. a
  7. a
  8. a

20 Clues: aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa

US History 2017-01-10

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  1. a list of matters to be taken up
  2. one who does not side with any party in a war or dispute
  3. law determining the fundamental political principles of the government
  4. drawn toward a center or brought under the control of a central authority
  5. s seat for rider of a horse
  6. everyone has a different part of his to do
  7. a government tax on imports or exports
  8. a government order imposing a trade barrier
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  1. bringing again into activity and prominence
  2. mining underground mineral resources
  3. the organization that is the governing authority of a political unit
  4. someone who settles lawfully on government land
  5. deliver a sharp blow
  6. factory where workers do piecework for poor pay
  7. work paid for according to the quantity produced
  8. a person who comes to a other country
  9. nonelective government officials
  10. a market in which there are many buyers but only one seller
  11. a legal right guaranteed by the 15th amendment to the US constitution
  12. an organization of employees formed to bargain with the employer

20 Clues: deliver a sharp blows seat for rider of a horsea list of matters to be taken upnonelective government officialsmining underground mineral resourcesa person who comes to a other countrya government tax on imports or exportseveryone has a different part of his to dobringing again into activity and prominencea government order imposing a trade barrier...

US History 2018-06-03

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  1. Amendment (1913) Legalized the federal income tax
  2. Journalism journalism that is based upon sensationalism and crude exaggeration.
  3. freedom from punishment
  4. Reserve Act Act of Congress that created and established the Federal Reserve System
  5. Cabot Lodge an American Republican Congressman and historian from Massachusetts.
  6. Writers who exposed corruption and abuses in politics, business, meat-packing, child labor, and more, primarily in the first decade of the twentieth century
  7. Day O'Connor After her 1981 appointment by President Ronald Reagan, she became the first female Court justice.
  8. Darwinism the theory that individuals, groups, and peoples are subject to the same Darwinian laws of natural selection as plants and animals.
  9. Of Paris signed in Paris by representatives of King George III
  10. Carnegie An American industrial leader of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.
  11. Strike (1892) Shuts down the factory and locks out its employees
  12. Fourteen Points a statement of principles for peace that was to be used for peace negotiations in order to end World War I.
  13. Tariff Tariff of 1913 which, in addition to lowering and even eliminating some tariffs
  14. Amendment gave women the right to vote in 1920.
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  1. Anti-Trust Act The first law to restrict monopolistic trusts and business combinations
  2. Act Proposal for railroad regulation enacted in 1906 that extended the authority of the Interstate Commerce Commission
  3. vote to bring charges of serious crimes against a president
  4. Strike Strike against the Pullman Palace Car Company
  5. v Ferguson upheld the rights of states to pass laws allowing or even requiring racial segregation in public and private
  6. Bellamy an American author and socialist, most famous for his utopian novel, Looking Backward
  7. Houses Product of the late nineteenth-century movement to offer a broad array of social services in urban immigrant neighborhoods
  8. Act A federal law intended to turn Native Americans into farmers
  9. Addams known as the "mother" of social work
  10. d Rockefeller An American businessman of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries

24 Clues: freedom from punishmentAddams known as the "mother" of social workAmendment gave women the right to vote in 1920.Amendment (1913) Legalized the federal income taxStrike Strike against the Pullman Palace Car Companyvote to bring charges of serious crimes against a presidentOf Paris signed in Paris by representatives of King George III...

US History 2018-06-04

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  1. Product of the late nineteenth-century movement to offer a broad array of social services in urban immigrant neighborhoods
  2. Tariff of 1913 which, in addition to lowering and even eliminating some tariffs
  3. an American author and socialist, most famous for his utopian novel, Looking Backward
  4. A federal law intended to turn Native Americans into farmers
  5. journalism that is based upon sensationalism and crude exaggeration.
  6. known as the "mother" of social work
  7. freedom from punishment
  8. a statement of principles for peace that was to be used for peace negotiations in order to end World War I.
  9. the theory that individuals, groups, and peoples are subject to the same Darwinian laws of natural selection as plants and animals.
  10. The first law to restrict monopolistic trusts and business combinations
  11. Strike against the Pullman Palace Car Company
  12. In 1870, he founded the standard Oil Company of Ohio, which was his first step in creating his vast oil empire.
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  1. gave women the right to vote in 1920.
  2. signed in Paris by representatives of King George III
  3. Shuts down the factory and locks out its employees
  4. Legalized the federal income tax
  5. Act of Congress that created and established the Federal Reserve System
  6. Proposal for railroad regulation enacted in 1906 that extended the authority of the Interstate Commerce Commission
  7. After her 1981 appointment by President Ronald Reagan, she became the first female Court justice.
  8. An American industrial leader of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.
  9. An American businessman of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries
  10. vote to bring charges of serious crimes against a president
  11. who exposed corruption and abuses in politics, business, meat-packing, child labor, and more, primarily in the first decade of the twentieth century
  12. upheld the rights of states to pass laws allowing or even requiring racial segregation in public and private
  13. A California printer, journalist, and influential activist
  14. an American Republican Congressman and historian from Massachusetts.

26 Clues: freedom from punishmentLegalized the federal income taxknown as the "mother" of social workgave women the right to vote in 1920.Strike against the Pullman Palace Car CompanyShuts down the factory and locks out its employeessigned in Paris by representatives of King George IIIA California printer, journalist, and influential activist...

US History 2020-01-16

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  1. The "product" delivered by African kingdoms
  2. Cotton...machine that made cotton production effective
  3. First name Harriet
  4. The ... slavery
  5. First name Jim, racist "laws"
  6. The Declaration of ... in 1776
  7. Instrument used to control and maim
  8. The vehicle used to deliver slaves to America
  9. The Underground ...
  10. Europeans gave this to powerful African kingdoms
  11. President during American Civil War....A
  12. The method used to obtain insurance for cargo
  13. 1868: Coloured men were given the right to...
  14. Product from plantations that caused addiction
  15. Martin Luther...
  16. Famous speech: "I have a..."
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  1. A servant on contract
  2. The fate of a peaceful preacher
  3. A process where your humanity is taken away
  4. Way out for many at sea to make sure "souls returned"
  5. When you give people different rights you...
  6. Metal intrument to restrict movement
  7. The...war in 1860-1865
  8. Body part cut off to mark ownership
  9. Burn marks on skin to mark ownership
  10. 8 of 12 first presidents were slave...
  11. Product from plantations that kept you stylish
  12. 1808 slavery was...
  13. Number of centuries since slavery was introduced in NA
  14. White supremacist racist group lynched and killed coloured

30 Clues: The ... slaveryMartin Luther...First name HarrietThe Underground ...1808 slavery was...A servant on contractThe...war in 1860-1865Famous speech: "I have a..."First name Jim, racist "laws"The Declaration of ... in 1776The fate of a peaceful preacherBody part cut off to mark ownershipInstrument used to control and maim...

US history 2019-10-10

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  1. one's own nation and support for it's interest especially to the exclusion or detriment of the interests of other nations.
  2. an american religious leader & politician.
  3. the acquisition of the territory of Louisiana by the USA from France.
  4. people who left their homes in search of gold
  5. proposal to prohibit slavery in the territory acquired by the US at the conclusion of the Mexican war.
  6. a 2,000 mile route from Missouri to Oregon.
  7. father of the America industrial revolution.
  8. the name of Texas when it was not part of the USA or Mexico.
  9. transition to new manufacturing processes in Europe to USA.
  10. first women's right convention.
  11. father of the Common school.
  12. an idealist philosophical and social movement.
  13. the idea that the american had the the god right to expand in the west.
  14. protestant religious revival
  15. she created the 1st generation of american mental asylum.
  16. leader of the Texas revolution.
  17. authorized the president to negotiate with southern native American tribes for their removal.
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  1. movement who sought to end the Atlantic slave trade .
  2. suies of forced relocation of Native Americans in the USA from their ancestral homelands. Whigs: a political party active in the US in the middle of 19 century, alongside the Democratic party.
  3. 12th president of the USA.
  4. treaty of peace between the USA and the Mexican republic.
  5. a abolitionist women's right activist.
  6. he led a 2 day rebellion of both enslaved and free black people.
  7. inventor of the cotton gin.
  8. instrumental in bringing the industrial revolution to the USA.
  9. an american soldier and statesman who served as the seventh president of the USA
  10. a United States policy of opposing European colonialism.
  11. identical parts that can be easily mass produced and replaced.
  12. an armed conflict between the USA and Mexico.
  13. association of workers formed to protect and further their rights and interest.

30 Clues: 12th president of the USA.inventor of the cotton gin.father of the Common school.protestant religious revivalfirst women's right convention.leader of the Texas revolution.a abolitionist women's right activist.an american religious leader & politician.a 2,000 mile route from Missouri to Oregon.father of the America industrial revolution....

US History 2020-10-21

US History crossword puzzle
Across
  1. Van Buren
  2. Jackson
  3. Party
  4. of the United States
  5. System
  6. Canal
  7. of 1816
  8. Doctrine
  9. Treaty
  10. Clay
  11. Tyler
  12. Henry Harrison
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  1. of Tears
  2. parts
  3. Webster
  4. of 1837
  5. of Abominations
  6. Revolution
  7. Road
  8. Whitney
  9. system
  10. Quincy Adams
  11. Removal Act
  12. gin
  13. Compromise
  14. C. Calhoun
  15. production
  16. Party
  17. v Maryland

29 Clues: ginRoadClaypartsPartyCanalPartyTylerSystemsystemTreatyWebsterJacksonof 1837Whitneyof 1816of TearsDoctrineVan BurenRevolutionCompromiseC. Calhounproductionv MarylandRemoval ActQuincy AdamsHenry Harrisonof Abominationsof the United States

US History 2021-09-28

US History crossword puzzle
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  1. founder of the constitutional law
  2. thought the bank was unconstitutional.
  3. printed publication, and associated with making decisions.
  4. written by the 1st American president.
  5. Peace treaty that ended the war of 1812.
  6. most influential founding father.
  7. debt crisis state government increased effort to collect taxes.
  8. desire for unity after the war of 1812
  9. Articles and essays written by Alexander Hamilton.
  10. Louisiana purchase.
  11. Created two Legislative bodies in congress.
  12. The great compromise, The three fifth compromise etc.
  13. final battle of the northwest indian war.
  14. 3rd US president.
  15. North and South America will not tolerate any more colonization.
  16. four acts passed by the federalist.
  17. Basic principles of and laws of the nation and the agreement signing of it.
  18. Known as the Florida purchase treaty.
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  1. 4th US president and created the amendments.
  2. First major battle of the war of 1812.
  3. on all American vessels sailing for foreign ports.
  4. no support from state governments.
  5. secret meeting of the federalist delegates from connecticut.
  6. capital of the United states.
  7. agreement by the US and Great Britain that helped avert war between them.
  8. beans, squash, peas, okra etc.
  9. creation of a supreme national government.
  10. served as an associate justice.
  11. First written constitution of the United states.
  12. economic system in which the decisions regarding investment.
  13. create material by hand.

31 Clues: 3rd US president.Louisiana purchase.create material by hand.capital of the United states.beans, squash, peas, okra etc.served as an associate justice.founder of the constitutional lawmost influential founding father.no support from state governments.four acts passed by the federalist.Known as the Florida purchase treaty....

US History 2021-10-03

US History crossword puzzle
Across
  1. Created two Legislative bodies in congress.
  2. Written by the 1st American president.
  3. Create material by hand.
  4. Desire for unity after the war of 1812.
  5. The great compromise, The three fifth compromise etc.
  6. Father of Constitution, 4th president.
  7. Thought the bank was unconstitutional.
  8. Served as an associate justice.
  9. Basic principles of and laws of the nation and the agreement signing of it.
  10. Debt crisis state government increased effort to collect taxes and Daniel Shay.
  11. First major battle of the war of 1812.
  12. Final battle of the northwest indian war.
  13. First written constitution of the United states.
  14. Bad deal for the US, pro british treaty.
  15. North and South America will not tolerate any more colonization.
  16. Favored big states and a strong national government.
  17. Founder of constitutional law and chief justice.
  18. He advocated the national bank.
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  1. No support from state governments.
  2. Federalist attempt to curb opposition.
  3. Secret meeting of the federalists, that talked about the war of 1812 .
  4. 3rd US president.
  5. Economic systems that led to innovations.
  6. Louisiana purchase.
  7. Capital of the United states.
  8. Known as the Florida purchase treaty.
  9. Articles and essays written by Hamilton, Madison, and Jay.
  10. Beans, squash, peas, okra etc.
  11. Peace treaty that ended the war of 1812.
  12. Printed publication, and associated with making decisions.
  13. Ruined the Us economy.

31 Clues: 3rd US president.Louisiana purchase.Ruined the Us economy.Create material by hand.Capital of the United states.Beans, squash, peas, okra etc.Served as an associate justice.He advocated the national bank.No support from state governments.Known as the Florida purchase treaty.Federalist attempt to curb opposition.Written by the 1st American president....

US History 2014-01-08

US History crossword puzzle
Across
  1. enforces laws
  2. freed all those enslaved
  3. Missouri was admitted to the union as a slave state
  4. colonies were better left alone
  5. law made it a crie for slaves to run away and allowed arrest of essacpees
  6. began rise in 400 BC
  7. escape route for slaves
  8. required colonists to pay taxes for stamps
  9. members of species compete for survival
  10. rebuild the south
  11. difficult trip across atlantice transporting slaves
  12. supporters of the constitution
  13. Britain recognized the independence of the USA
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  1. executes laws
  2. written by Thomas Jefferson
  3. relocating the Indians to west of the Mississippi river
  4. writes laws
  5. rebirth
  6. official approval of constitution
  7. nonsupporters of the constitution
  8. people who convert others to a religion
  9. companies operated better without gov. involvement
  10. landowner had the right to control people of a certain area
  11. thinking your region is better
  12. written by Thomas Paine

25 Clues: rebirthwrites lawsexecutes lawsenforces lawsrebuild the southbegan rise in 400 BCescape route for slaveswritten by Thomas Painefreed all those enslavedwritten by Thomas Jeffersonthinking your region is bettersupporters of the constitutioncolonies were better left aloneofficial approval of constitutionnonsupporters of the constitution...

US History 2018-10-09

US History crossword puzzle
Across
  1. A new territory gained by the U.S. after the Treaty of Paris, _________ became a key coaling station in the Pacific Ocean for ships traveling to/from the Philippines.
  2. sold to U.S. for the price of $20 million. Islands administered by Insular Government after the SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR.
  3. An American newspaper publisher who built the nation's largest newspaper chain and whose methods profoundly influenced American journalism. Proponent of "yellow journalism.
  4. was a lawyer and jurist in the Hawaiian Islands as a kingdom, protectorate, republic and territory. Serving as an enemy of the Hawaiian royalty and friend of the elite immigrant community. 1894 wealthy, plantation owner and politician who was named President of New Republic of Hawaii. He asked US to annex Hawaii.
  5. American war ship that was blown up in the harbor of Havana. More than 260 men died. This was the third cause of the Spanish-American war
  6. Journalism that exploits, distorts, or exaggerates the news to create sensations and attract readers
  7. Island to the south of the U.S., and of great economic interest (sugar/tobacco) to the U.S. economy. Sight of the _______ Rebellion and many battles during the Spanish-American War.
  8. 25th president of the U.S., _____________ led the nation to victory in the Spanish-American War. Pushed for expansion and the gold standard. Was assassinated on September 14th, 1901.
  9. part of the invading army of Cuba.
  10. a belief that free-market competition would lead to the survival of the fittest
  11. The policy in which stronger nations extend their economic, political, or military control over weaker territories
  12. Country whose affairs are partially controlled by a stronger power.
  13. U.S. Secretary of State_________ issued, in 1899, a series of policy statements called the Open Door notes. The notes were letters addressed to the leaders of imperialist nations proposing that the nations share their trading rights with the United States, thus creating an open door.
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  1. forced Japan to trade with the United States.
  2. Policy of territorial or economic expansion.
  3. U.S. belief that they had the right to expand territory over N. America
  4. A volunteer cavalry under the command of Leonard Wood and Theodore Roosevelt during the Spanish American War.
  5. Letter written by Dupuy De Lome that criticized President McKinley calling him" weak" and a "bitter for the admiration of the crowd" Another reason for the Spanish-American war.
  6. Queen of Hawaii. Pushed for a "Hawaii for Hawaiians" agenda. Overthrown in 1893 by wealthy white settlers/landowners.
  7. 26th president of the U.S. _______________ was famous for his "Big Stick Diplomacy" when it came to foreign affairs. ____________ became the youngest man to assume the U.S. presidency after President William McKinley was assassinated in 1901. He won a second term in 1904. Known for his anti-monopoly policies and ecological conservationism.
  8. Ended military rule in Puerto Rico and set up a civil government
  9. Annexed in 1898. Republic of ______ established in 1887 with the Constitution of the Kingdom of __________. After overthrow of the Republic in 1893, American lawmaker Sanford B. Dole became President of the Republic of _________.
  10. A Hungarian-American Jewish newspaper publisher of the St. Louis Post Dispatch and the New York World. ________ introduced the techniques of "new journalism" to the newspapers he acquired in the 1880s. Competition with Hearst linked __________ to the types of journalistic tactics known as "yellow journalism.
  11. Admiral of the Navy, the only person in U.S. history to have attained the rank. Admiral ________ is best known for his victory at the Battle of Manila Bay during the Spanish-American War. Sunk/captured the entire Spanish Pacific fleet in less than six hours.
  12. Outspoken advocate of American military expansion. Wrote The Influence of Sea Power Upon History (1890). __________ _________ ________ called for the United States to develop a modern NAVAL fleet capable of protecting American business and shipping interests around the world.
  13. Rico Invaded by the U.S. during the Spanish-American War. One of the insular territories gained by the U.S. as a result of the Treaty of Paris. Inhabitants of ___________ ________ are considered U.S. citizens, thanks to the Jones Act of 1917.

26 Clues: part of the invading army of Cuba.Policy of territorial or economic expansion.forced Japan to trade with the United States.Ended military rule in Puerto Rico and set up a civil governmentCountry whose affairs are partially controlled by a stronger power.U.S. belief that they had the right to expand territory over N. America...

US History 2021-09-24

US History crossword puzzle
Across
  1. Share prices on the New York Stock Exchange completely collapsed, becoming a pivotal factor in the start of the Great Depression
  2. A system of government that is centralized and requires complete subservience to the state
  3. She was a cultural icon made to represent women who worked in factories during World War II
  4. A law that implemented protectionist trade policies in the United States
  5. A policy of remaining apart from the affairs in other groups
  6. A policy created that made Japanese people go into isolation camps
  7. Debt securities issued by the government to finance military operations during the war
  8. Acts that made transporting and selling arms illegal for Americans
  9. Borrowing money from a broker in order to purchase stock
  10. A series of radio broadcasts given by President Roosevelt to help and talk about recovering from the Great Depression
  11. To make changes to something
  12. Victory abroad and Victory at home
  13. One of President Roosevelt's New Deal programs to help fight the devastating economic effects.
  14. Is a form of far-right, authoritarian ultranationalism characterized by dictatorial power
  15. A code name for the making of the atomic bomb
  16. Public Works Administration was a large-scale public work construction agency
  17. An agency that supervised war production during World War II.
  18. A treaty between two or more states/countries that include a promise not to engage in military action against each other
  19. Was a soviet political leader who governed the soviet union
  20. A speech given by President Roosevelt calling for an international quarantine.
  21. Is cash payments who went to those in immediate and desperate need
  22. An asian-american civil rights charity
  23. Is an act to promote the Defense of the United States
  24. Is when the government's spending exceeds its revenue
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  1. A law enacted by the 74th United States Congress and signed into law by President Roosevelt
  2. It was an attack caused by the Japanese Navy towards America in Hawaii.
  3. The time one needs to recover something bad happening in their life
  4. Was an Italian politician who founded the fascist party
  5. The controlled distribution of scarce resources, food, and supplies
  6. A priest who founded the National Shrine of the Little Flower
  7. A series of programs that pitted American servicemen against young latino Mexican-American residents
  8. The order that Roosevelt gave that forced Japanese people into isolation camps
  9. A statement issued in August 1941 that set out American and British goals for the world after World War II.
  10. The act required all men in the U.S. between 21 and 30 to register for military service
  11. The purchase of an asset with the hope that it will become more valuable in the future
  12. Was created to control money and rent after World War II started.
  13. The Judicial Procedures Reform Bill of 1937 was an initiative proposed by President Roosevelt.
  14. Government assistance in maintaining the market prices regardless of supply and demand.
  15. Is an order for all banks to close until government audits declare them solvent
  16. An American labor unionist and civil rights activist
  17. The ability for a customer to obtain goods or services before payment.
  18. A political theory where all property is publicly owned and each person works and is paid according to their abilities and needs
  19. Any government system that provides monetary assistance to people with a low income
  20. The action of appeasing
  21. The Women's Army Corps was the women's branch of the U.S. military
  22. An area of land where vegetation has been lost and the soil has reduced to dust
  23. A system of wholesale trading whereby goods are paid for in full at the time of purchase.
  24. Tennessee Valley Authority is an organization that gives jobs and electricity to rural Tennessee River valley
  25. The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation is an agency that deposits insurance.
  26. A lawyer who was the 40th governor of Louisiana and a member of the United States Senate
  27. Assistance that can be given by others or themselves

51 Clues: The action of appeasingTo make changes to somethingVictory abroad and Victory at homeAn asian-american civil rights charityA code name for the making of the atomic bombAn American labor unionist and civil rights activistAssistance that can be given by others or themselvesIs an act to promote the Defense of the United States...

US history 2020-03-02

US history crossword puzzle
Across
  1. killing of a large group of people,
  2. is a business cycle contraction when there is a general decline in economic activity
  3. vigorously active, combative and aggressive, especially in support
  4. is an informal, derogatory term for a region of the United States that experienced industrial decline starting around 1980.
  5. is the tendency not to side in a conflict, which may not suggest neutral parties do not have a side or are not a side themselves.
  6. the action of a country or its government preparing and organizing troops for active service.
  7. is the process of ending the separation of two groups, usually referring to races.
  8. a ruler with total power over a country, typically one who has obtained control by force.
  9. was a policy of the Richard Nixon administration to end U.S. involvement in the Vietnam War
  10. is a body of electors established by the United States Constitution
  11. is the controlled distribution of scarce resources, goods, services, or an artificial restriction of demand.
  12. is the easing of strained relations
  13. is the organized delivery of supplies or personnel primarily via military transport aircraft.
  14. isolation in which people or animals that have arrived from elsewhere
  15. the belief in social, economic, and political equality of the sexes.
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  1. a rapid increase
  2. "the ideology of republicanism"
  3. the matériel and services supplied by the U.S. to its allies during World War II under an act of Congress
  4. is a Latin phrase meaning the existing state of affairs, particularly with regard to social or political issues.
  5. is a subculture whose values and norms of behavior differ substantially from those of mainstream society, often in opposition to mainstream cultural mores
  6. a system of government that is centralized and dictatorial and requires complete subservience to the state.
  7. is a provision made in accordance with a legal framework of a society.
  8. is a political and social philosophy promoting traditional social institutions in the context of culture and civilization.
  9. refers to the economic policies promoted by U.S. President Ronald Reagan during the 1980s.
  10. is a treaty entered into by the United States, Canada, and Mexico

25 Clues: a rapid increase"the ideology of republicanism"killing of a large group of people,is the easing of strained relationsis a treaty entered into by the United States, Canada, and Mexicovigorously active, combative and aggressive, especially in supportis a body of electors established by the United States Constitution...

US HISTORY 2013-11-12

US HISTORY crossword puzzle
Across
  1. cofounded the Chicago Hull House
  2. coming to live permanently in a foreign country
  3. founded chain stores
  4. organized massacre of a particular ethnic group
  5. American landscape painter and printmaker
  6. found in Chicago
  7. established inhabitants against those of immigrants
  8. helped veterans
  9. found in New York
  10. sport that can also be called soccer
  11. founded the department store chain
  12. sits on the eastern bank of the Connecticut River
  13. an immigration station at New York harbor
  14. book written by Jacob Riis
  15. the____________ theater
  16. Marshall Field founded what type of store?
  17. a major voice for progressive education
  18. came from the Eastern and Southern Europe
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  1. invented basketball
  2. home of the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum
  3. baseball team
  4. increasing amount of people that live in urban areas
  5. founded the American Red Cross
  6. John Dewey wanted what type of education
  7. the Auditorium building is found here
  8. the Eiffel Tower
  9. the statue of liberty is found here
  10. designed wainwright building

28 Clues: baseball teamhelped veteransfound in Chicagothe Eiffel Towerfound in New Yorkinvented basketballfounded chain storesthe____________ theaterbook written by Jacob Riisdesigned wainwright buildingfounded the American Red Crosscofounded the Chicago Hull Housefounded the department store chainthe statue of liberty is found here...

US History 2013-12-16

US History crossword puzzle
Across
  1. 4, 1776/ The date of Declaration of Independence was adopted
  2. Tea Party/ In 1773, a protest in which colonist dressed up as Indians, and dumped Boston tea into the harbor
  3. a body of fundamental principles or established precedents according to which a state or other organization is acknowledged to be governed.
  4. Federalist/ they preferred limited national government
  5. War/ The American war of independence (1775-1783)
  6. congress
  7. and Balances/ each of the three branches of government can limit the powers of the others
  8. Locke/ influenced the Declaration of Independence, and adopted Natural Rights
  9. Washington/first president of the United States treasury department
  10. Review/ the power of the courts to declare an act of congress
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  1. Courts
  2. Convention/ a convention that met in Philadelphia in 1787 and drafted the Constitution
  3. refuses to buy
  4. they preferred a strong national government
  5. Purchase/ this doubled the size of the United States, expanded farming and trade
  6. of Rights/ the first, 10 amendments of the Constitution
  7. Hamilton/ the federalist leader
  8. Act/ placed on all the printed materials
  9. president (enforces laws)
  10. Jefferson/ One author of the Declaration of Independence
  11. Madison/ he attended the Constitutional Convention

21 Clues: Courtscongressrefuses to buypresident (enforces laws)Hamilton/ the federalist leaderAct/ placed on all the printed materialsthey preferred a strong national governmentWar/ The American war of independence (1775-1783)Madison/ he attended the Constitutional ConventionFederalist/ they preferred limited national government...

US History 2017-01-10

US History crossword puzzle
Across
  1. a list of matters to be taken up
  2. one who does not side with any party in a war or dispute
  3. law determining the fundamental political principles of the government
  4. drawn toward a center or brought under the control of a central authority
  5. s seat for rider of a horse
  6. everyone has a different part of his to do
  7. a government tax on imports or exports
  8. a government order imposing a trade barrier
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  1. bringing again into activity and prominence
  2. mining underground mineral resources
  3. the organization that is the governing authority of a political unit
  4. someone who settles lawfully on government land
  5. deliver a sharp blow
  6. factory where workers do piecework for poor pay
  7. work paid for according to the quantity produced
  8. a person who comes to a other country
  9. nonelective government officials
  10. a market in which there are many buyers but only one seller
  11. a legal right guaranteed by the 15th amendment to the US constitution
  12. an organization of employees formed to bargain with the employer

20 Clues: deliver a sharp blows seat for rider of a horsea list of matters to be taken upnonelective government officialsmining underground mineral resourcesa person who comes to a other countrya government tax on imports or exportseveryone has a different part of his to dobringing again into activity and prominencea government order imposing a trade barrier...

US History 2020-11-08

US History crossword puzzle
Across
  1. Purchase, A purchase doubling the size of the United States
  2. Act of 1807, General trade embargo on all foreign nations enacted by the U.S Congress
  3. Party, This party elected U.S president, Abraham Lincoln
  4. Information spread to influence people to believe a certain way
  5. Party, Under Alexander Hamilton, dominated a national government from 1789 to 1801
  6. Act, Desert land was put to productive use
  7. Act, Act that broke up Indian reservations and distributed land to individual households
  8. Crow, Racial segregation state and local laws enacted after the Reconstruction period in the U.S
Down
  1. Economic and political system in which a country's trade and industry are controlled by private owners for profit
  2. Plains, Grassland region of central North America extending from North Dakota to Texas
  3. of Ghent, Peace treaty ending the War of 1812 between the United States and Great Britain
  4. Klux Klan, A Secret organization who are extremely racists
  5. Compromise, Federal legislation admitting Maine to the United States as a free state
  6. Act, Allows natural landmarks to be protected as a national monument
  7. Act, Federal Law giving settlers 160 acres of land for about $30 if they lived on it for 5 years
  8. Jackson, General in the U.S Army and served in both houses of the U.S Congress
  9. Antitrust, The ______ Act expanded the Sherman Antitrust Act to apply to holding companies
  10. Van Buren, Founder of the Democratic Party, severed as 9th governor of New York
  11. Adam, Founding Father who served as the second president of the U.S
  12. of Good Feelings, A Period in the political history of the U.Sthat reflected a sense of national purpose

20 Clues: Act, Desert land was put to productive useParty, This party elected U.S president, Abraham LincolnKlux Klan, A Secret organization who are extremely racistsPurchase, A purchase doubling the size of the United StatesInformation spread to influence people to believe a certain wayAdam, Founding Father who served as the second president of the U.S...

US History 2021-06-02

US History crossword puzzle
Across
  1. Encouraged settlement in the west
  2. 2nd president of US
  3. 4th president of US
  4. Winter camp for soldiers during AR
  5. Intro to the Constitution
  6. Founded in 1680 by William Penn
  7. Main cash crop of the South
  8. War between 13 Colonies and Britain
  9. Author of Federalist Papers
  10. supreme law of the land
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  1. 1st 10 amendments of the Constitution
  2. tax on imports
  3. Americans who supported independence
  4. Turning point for American Revolution
  5. Root cause of the Civil War
  6. US was to stretch across continent
  7. Founded in 1607
  8. 1620 Puritan settlement
  9. to formally approve
  10. War between North and South

20 Clues: tax on importsFounded in 16072nd president of US4th president of USto formally approve1620 Puritan settlementsupreme law of the landIntro to the ConstitutionRoot cause of the Civil WarMain cash crop of the SouthAuthor of Federalist PapersWar between North and SouthFounded in 1680 by William PennEncouraged settlement in the west...

US History 2021-09-24

US History crossword puzzle
Across
  1. A statement issued in August 1941 that set out American and British goals for the world after World War II.
  2. A policy of remaining apart from the affairs in other groups
  3. An agency that supervised war production during World War II.
  4. Public Works Administration was a large-scale public work construction agency
  5. The Judicial Procedures Reform Bill of 1937 was an initiative proposed by President Roosevelt.
  6. Was a soviet political leader who governed the soviet union
  7. One of President Roosevelt's New Deal programs to help fight the devastating economic effects.
  8. A series of programs that pitted American servicemen against young latino Mexican-American residents
  9. A political theory where all property is publicly owned and each person works and is paid according to their abilities and needs
  10. Borrowing money from a broker in order to purchase stock
  11. A system of wholesale trading whereby goods are paid for in full at the time of purchase.
  12. The act required all men in the U.S. between 21 and 30 to register for military service
  13. A code name for the making of the atomic bomb
  14. The Women's Army Corps was the women's branch of the U.S. military
  15. To make changes to something
  16. The purchase of an asset with the hope that it will become more valuable in the future
  17. Assistance that can be given by others or themselves
  18. Any government system that provides monetary assistance to people with a low income
  19. Is an act to promote the Defense of the United States
  20. The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation is an agency that deposits insurance.
  21. The ability for a customer to obtain goods or services before payment.
Down
  1. The controlled distribution of scarce resources, food, and supplies
  2. Debt securities issued by the government to finance military operations during the war
  3. A system of government that is centralized and requires complete subservience to the state
  4. An area of land where vegetation has been lost and the soil has reduced to dust
  5. An American labor unionist and civil rights activist
  6. Government assistance in maintaining the market prices regardless of supply and demand.
  7. A treaty between two or more states/countries that include a promise not to engage in military action against each other
  8. Is a form of far-right, authoritarian ultranationalism characterized by dictatorial power
  9. The time one needs to recover something bad happening in their life
  10. A law enacted by the 74th United States Congress and signed into law by President Roosevelt
  11. A priest who founded the National Shrine of the Little Flower
  12. Was an Italian politician who founded the fascist party
  13. A lawyer who was the 40th governor of Louisiana and a member of the United States Senate
  14. Is when the government's spending exceeds its revenue
  15. A policy created that made Japanese people go into isolation camps
  16. Acts that made transporting and selling arms illegal for Americans
  17. She was a cultural icon made to represent women who worked in factories during World War II
  18. Is cash payments who went to those in immediate and desperate need
  19. A law that implemented protectionist trade policies in the United States
  20. Is an order for all banks to close until government audits declare them solvent
  21. A speech given by President Roosevelt calling for an international quarantine.
  22. Share prices on the New York Stock Exchange completely collapsed, becoming a pivotal factor in the start of the Great Depression
  23. A series of radio broadcasts given by President Roosevelt to help and talk about recovering from the Great Depression
  24. The action of appeasing
  25. Tennessee Valley Authority is an organization that gives jobs and electricity to rural Tennessee River valley

46 Clues: The action of appeasingTo make changes to somethingA code name for the making of the atomic bombAn American labor unionist and civil rights activistAssistance that can be given by others or themselvesIs when the government's spending exceeds its revenueIs an act to promote the Defense of the United States...

Us history 2021-10-01

Us history crossword puzzle
Across
  1. the Supreme Court upheld the Granger laws by a vote of seven to two. The states thus won the right to regulate the railroads for the benefit of farmers and consumers.
  2. ported the Great Strike of 1877and later organized for theUnited Mine Workers of America(UMW)
  3. a pio-neer on the new industrial frontier when he established the world’s first research laboratory in Menlo Park, New Jersey.
  4. a process in which he bought out his suppliers—coal fields and iron mines, ore freighters, and railroad lines—in order to control the raw materials and transportation systems.
  5. The stockholders gave this company a contract to lay track at two to three times the actual cost—and pocketed the profits.
  6. perhaps the most dramatic invention was the telephone
  7. took a different approach to mergers: they joined with competing companies in trust agreements. Participants in a trust turned their stock over to a group of trustees—people who ran the separate companies one large corporation.
  8. lines followed, and regional lines multiplied as well. At the start of the Civil War, the nation had had about 30,000 miles of track. By 1890, that figure was nearly six times greater.
  9. successfully used steam engine to drill for oil near Titusville, Pennsylvania, that removing oil from beneath the earth’s surface became practical
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  1. headed by William “Big Bill '' Haywood, the Wobblies Included miners, lumberers, and cannery, and dock workers.
  2. led the CigarMakers’ International Union to join with other craft unions in 1886.
  3. This act established the right of the federal government to supervise railroad activities and established a five-member Interstate CommerceCommission (ICC) for that purpose.
  4. with Gompers as its president, focused on collective bargaining, or negotiations between representatives of labor and management, to reach written agreements on wages, hours, and working conditions.
  5. developed indepen-dently by the British manufacturer Henry Bessemer and American ironmakerWilliam Kelly around 1850, soon became widely used
  6. grew out of the English naturalist Charles Darwin’s theory of biological evolution
  7. made it illegal to form a trust that interfered with free trade between states or with other countries.
  8. he attempted to form such an industrial union—the American Railway Union (ARU).
  9. invented thetypewriter in 1867 and changed the world ofwork
  10. came to this country in 1848, at age 12. Six years later, he worked his way up to become private secretary to the local superintendent of the Pennsylvania Railroad.

19 Clues: perhaps the most dramatic invention was the telephoneinvented thetypewriter in 1867 and changed the world ofworkled the CigarMakers’ International Union to join with other craft unions in 1886.he attempted to form such an industrial union—the American Railway Union (ARU)....

US HISTORY 2015-03-29

US HISTORY crossword puzzle
Across
  1. On Washington: an event where civil rights leaders went to protest racial discrimination and to show support for major civil rights legislation that was pending in Congress.
  2. Market: a market in which share prices are rising, encouraging buying.
  3. Flagler: He was also a key figure in the development of the Atlantic coast of Florida
  4. The U.S. has military bases all over the world and outright occupies Iraq and Afghanistan is an example of?
  5. Amendment: prohibits the federal and state governments from denying a citizen the right to vote based on that citizen's "race, color, or previous condition of servitude."
  6. a pact, coalition or friendship between two or more parties.
  7. a belief in the power of regular people, and in their right to have control over their government
  8. Migration: the movement of 6 million African Americans
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  1. Amendment: addresses citizenship rights and equal protection
  2. Renaissance: cultural center, drawing black writers, artists, musicians, photographers, poets
  3. Dubious: felt that African Americans had the same rights as Whites and should not have to sacrifice their constitutional rights to gain a status they already deserved.
  4. more than 6 million European Jews, as well as members of other persecuted groups, such as gypsies and homosexuals, were murdered at concentration camps .
  5. during the war the United States maintained its___.
  6. Island: Europeans came through this island.
  7. Island: Chinese people came through this island.
  8. System: ships sailing in groups and protected by armed vessels
  9. Exclusion Act: was the first law implemented to prevent a specific ethnic group from immigrating to the United States
  10. T. Washington: believed that the best interests of black people in the post-Reconstruction era could be realized through education in the crafts and industrial skills
  11. Age: coined by F. Scott Fitzgerald

19 Clues: Age: coined by F. Scott FitzgeraldIsland: Europeans came through this island.Island: Chinese people came through this island.during the war the United States maintained its___.Migration: the movement of 6 million African AmericansAmendment: addresses citizenship rights and equal protectiona pact, coalition or friendship between two or more parties....

us history 2021-01-13

us history crossword puzzle
Across
  1. a policy of extending a country's power and influence through diplomacy or military force.
  2. a general vote by the electorate on a single political question which has been referred to them for a direct decision.
  3. an armed conflict between Spain and the United States in 1898.
  4. the ability to assess and initiate things independently.
  5. a 1906 novel by the American journalist and novelist Upton Sinclair (1878–1968).
  6. is a political philosophy in support of social reform.
  7. was an American statesman, conservationist, naturalist, historian, and writer, who served as the 26th president of the United States from 1901 to 1909.
  8. an artificial 82 km waterway in Panama that connects the Atlantic Ocean with the Pacific Ocean.
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  1. were state and local laws that enforced racial segregation in the Southern United States
  2. were reform-minded journalists in the Progressive Era in the United States who exposed established institutions and leaders as corrupt.
  3. s a civil rights organization in the United States, formed in 1909 as an interracial endeavor to advance justice for African Americans by a group including W. E. B. Du Bois, Mary White Ovington, Moorfield Storey and Ida B. Wells.
  4. a person favoring a policy of remaining apart from the affairs or interests of other groups, especially the political affairs of other countries.
  5. an addition to the Monroe Doctrine articulated by President Theodore Roosevelt in his State of the Union address in 1904 after the Venezuela Crisis of 1902–1903.
  6. was a peace agreement between Spain and the United States that ended the Spanish-American War.
  7. was an American writer, investigative journalist, biographer and lecturer. She was one of the leading muckrakers of the Progressive Era of the late 19th and early 20th centuries and pioneered investigative journalism.
  8. to call back
  9. was a landmark decision of the U.S. Supreme Court that upheld the constitutionality of racial segregation laws for public facilities as long as the segregated facilities were equal in quality, a doctrine that came to be known as "separate but equal"
  10. was a settlement house in Chicago, Illinois, United States that was co-founded in 1889 by Jane Addams and Ellen Gates Starr.

18 Clues: to call backis a political philosophy in support of social reform.the ability to assess and initiate things independently.an armed conflict between Spain and the United States in 1898.a 1906 novel by the American journalist and novelist Upton Sinclair (1878–1968)....

US History 2013-04-10

US History crossword puzzle
Across
  1. ____ amendment provided direct election of senators
  2. _____ amendment gave African American men the right to vote
  3. _____ amendment created a graduated income tax
  4. Written mostly by Jefferson to list the grievances (complaints) against Great Britain and to declare independence from Great Britain
  5. _____ amendment gave freedom to the slaves in all of the states
  6. ____ amendment ended poll taxes
  7. Treaty that ended World War I. Was extremely harsh on Germany
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  1. Document, which formed the first government of the U.S. near the end of the American Revolution. States had more power than the national government.
  2. ___ amendment gave women the right to vote
  3. A document outlining the basic form and rules of the U.S. government
  4. Major ideas found in the U.S. Constitution of limiting the power to tax and right to a fair trail
  5. Foundation for American government for freedoms such as freedom of speech and trial by jury
  6. Declaration by Truman to economically assist any country fighting Communism after World War II. The declaration marked the beginning of the Containment Policy (plan to keep Communism from spreading)
  7. Peace plan issued by Wilson that called for freedom of the seas, reduction of armaments, and end to secret diplomacy. Important part was the creation of the League of Nations a national peace organization
  8. Essays written by James Madison, Alexander Hamilton, and John Jay to support the ratification of the Constitution
  9. First ten amendments to the Constitution guaranteeing individual liberties and due process
  10. ____ amendment required states to give citizenship to all citizens born in the United States and gave other basic civil rights
  11. Gave the right of 18 years old to vote

18 Clues: ____ amendment ended poll taxesGave the right of 18 years old to vote___ amendment gave women the right to vote_____ amendment created a graduated income tax____ amendment provided direct election of senators_____ amendment gave African American men the right to voteTreaty that ended World War I. Was extremely harsh on Germany...

US History 2014-04-29

US History crossword puzzle
Across
  1. Amendment gave African American men the right to vote
  2. Papers Essays written by James Madison, Alexander Hamilton, and John Jay to support the ratification of the Constitution
  3. Constitution a document outlining the basic form and rule of the U.S. government.
  4. Carta major ideas found in the US constitution of limiting the power to tax and right to a fair trail
  5. of Versailles Treaty that ended WWI
  6. Amendment provided direct election of senators
  7. of Rights First ten amendments to the constitution
  8. Amendment ended poll taxes
  9. Bill of Right foundation of American government for freedoms such as freedom of speech and trial by jury.
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  1. of Confederation Document which formed the first government of the U.S. near the end of the American revolution. States had more power than the national government.
  2. points Peace plan issued by Wilson that called for the freedom of the seas
  3. Amendment created graduated income tax
  4. of Independence written mostly by Jefferson to list the grievances (complaints) against Great Britain and to declare independence from Great Britain
  5. Doctrine Declaration by Truman to economically assist any country fighting Communism after WWI
  6. Amendment all citizens born in the US get citizenship
  7. Amendment gave women right to vote
  8. Amendment gave freedom to slaves in all states
  9. Amendment The right of 18 year olds to vote

18 Clues: Amendment ended poll taxesAmendment gave women right to voteof Versailles Treaty that ended WWIAmendment created graduated income taxAmendment The right of 18 year olds to voteAmendment provided direct election of senatorsAmendment gave freedom to slaves in all statesof Rights First ten amendments to the constitution...

US History 2021-05-05

US History crossword puzzle
Across
  1. Movement addressed issues of American societies beliefs and morals
  2. Crow laws put in place to enforce separate but equal
  3. Clause a provision that allows people or entities to follow old rules that once governed their activity instead of newly implemented ones
  4. National advancement of colored people
  5. Du Bois He was a historian, author, and civil rights, activist.
  6. B. Anthony women's rights activist who played a pivotal role in the women's suffrage movement
  7. laws restricted on who can work (age ect.)
  8. Amendment right for women to vote
  9. Movement political environmental movement meant to protect land, animals, and other things in the future.
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  1. the right to vote in political elections
  2. B. Wells an American investigative journalist, major leader in the civil rights movements
  3. Movement secret meeting near Niagra falls led by W.E.B Du Bois about full civil liberties.
  4. v. Ferguson came up with separate but equal
  5. Journalists who established leaders as corrupt
  6. the action of setting something or someone apart
  7. T. Washington dominant leader in the African American community. Also an American educator and journalist.
  8. Amendment direct election of senators to represent each state
  9. tax tax levied on all adults

18 Clues: tax tax levied on all adultsAmendment right for women to voteNational advancement of colored peoplethe right to vote in political electionslaws restricted on who can work (age ect.)v. Ferguson came up with separate but equalJournalists who established leaders as corruptthe action of setting something or someone apart...

US History 2015-02-10

US History crossword puzzle
Across
  1. "I have a Dream"
  2. Popular political party during the great Depression
  3. Cuba threatened the US with what type of weapons
  4. President Wilson agreed to repeal this Act
  5. Allies of the US during Korean War 1950
  6. Civil Right Act of 1964 (President)
  7. Founding member of National Association for the advancement of Colored People-NAACP
  8. Said, "I'm not a crook"
  9. Orville and Wilber Wright built first_________.
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  1. President who died in 1962
  2. Act that threatened individual freedoms
  3. From Washington DC to New Orleans (Congress of Racial Equality)
  4. Ended in 1945
  5. Refused to give up seat on bus
  6. Voting Rights Act 1965 (President)
  7. russian spies
  8. Father of the Bill of rights
  9. Father of Constitution

18 Clues: Ended in 1945russian spies"I have a Dream"Father of ConstitutionSaid, "I'm not a crook"President who died in 1962Father of the Bill of rightsRefused to give up seat on busVoting Rights Act 1965 (President)Civil Right Act of 1964 (President)Act that threatened individual freedomsAllies of the US during Korean War 1950...

US History 2021-09-21

US History crossword puzzle
Across
  1. Term for the south’s reliance on slavery
  2. Never ending or occurring repeatedly
  3. The belief that the expansion of the United States westward, towards The Pacific Ocean was ordained by God in order to civilize and Democratize
  4. The rebuilding of the former Confederate states after the Civil War
  5. incorporating a territory within the domain of another country
  6. To formally charge a public official with misconduct in office
  7. A military blockade of a city or fortified place to force it into surrendering
  8. An act of rebellion
  9. during the years prior to the Civil War: the idea that people living in a territory would have the right to vote themselves to decide whether or not the territory would allow slavery
  10. verb; formal withdrawal from a political alliance, federal union, or political organization
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  1. The act of putting something into action; the ceremony that marks the beginning of a 4 year presidential term
  2. The intent or desire to do evil
  3. The division of the country along regional lines over a particular issue
  4. The process of freeing enslaved persons
  5. noun; the action of withdrawing from a political alliance, federal union, or political organization
  6. During war it’s the act of wearing down by constant attack
  7. A set of laws that regulated slavery and defined the relationship Between enslaved Africans and free whites

17 Clues: An act of rebellionThe intent or desire to do evilNever ending or occurring repeatedlyThe process of freeing enslaved personsTerm for the south’s reliance on slaveryDuring war it’s the act of wearing down by constant attackTo formally charge a public official with misconduct in officeincorporating a territory within the domain of another country...

US history 2021-09-20

US history crossword puzzle
Across
  1. Never ending or occurring repeatedly
  2. Incorporating a territory within the domain of another country
  3. The act of putting something into action; the ceremony that marks the beginning of a 4 year presidential term
  4. A military blockade of a city or fortified place to force it into
  5. During war it’s the act of wearing down by constant attack
  6. The process of freeing enslaved persons
  7. An act of rebellion
  8. NOUN; the action of withdrawing from a political alliance, federal union, Or political organization
  9. The belief that the expansion of the United States westward, towards The Pacific Ocean was ordained by God in order to civilize and Democratize
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  1. VERB; formal withdrawal from a political alliance, federal union, or political organization
  2. During the years prior to the Civil War:the idea that people living in a territory would have the right to vote themselves to decide whether or not the territory would allow slavery
  3. The intent or desire to do evil
  4. The rebuilding of the former Confederate states after the Civil War
  5. A set of laws that regulated slavery and defined the relationshipb between enslaved Africans and free whites
  6. The division of the country along regional lines over a particular issue
  7. Term for the south’s reliance on slavery
  8. To formally charge a public official with misconduct in office

17 Clues: An act of rebellionThe intent or desire to do evilNever ending or occurring repeatedlyThe process of freeing enslaved personsTerm for the south’s reliance on slaveryDuring war it’s the act of wearing down by constant attackIncorporating a territory within the domain of another countryTo formally charge a public official with misconduct in office...

US History 2014-08-21

US History crossword puzzle
Across
  1. eliminate slavery
  2. agreement between the federal government and the southern states to keep the South from seceding.
  3. a largely southern political party that favored slavery.
  4. a confederate sympathizer and professional actor.
  5. largest battle of the American Civil War.
  6. location of a major civil war battle in Maryland.
  7. a speech that was given by president Abraham Lincoln.
  8. 1820 to appease slave state concerns over a federal abolition of slavery.
  9. a union stronghold in South Carolina.
  10. a union general who served under President Lincoln.
  11. the 16th president
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  1. issued on January 1, 1863.
  2. a new political party that emerged in the North in the mid 1800's.
  3. is the act of a state to leave the nation under which it belongs and become a sovereign nation of its own.
  4. president of the Confederate states of America.
  5. general of the confederate troops during the Civil War.

16 Clues: eliminate slaverythe 16th presidentissued on January 1, 1863.a union stronghold in South Carolina.largest battle of the American Civil War.president of the Confederate states of America.a confederate sympathizer and professional actor.location of a major civil war battle in Maryland.a union general who served under President Lincoln....

US History 2021-09-21

US History crossword puzzle
Across
  1. Never ending or occurring repeatedly
  2. An act of rebellion attrition During war it’s the act of wearing down by constant attack
  3. Institution Term for the south’s reliance on slavery
  4. The intent or desire to do evil
  5. A set of laws that regulated slavery and defined the relationship Between enslaved Africans and free whites
  6. The rebuilding of the former Confederate states after the Civil War
  7. The division of the country along regional lines over a particular issue
  8. The process of freeing enslaved persons
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  1. The belief that the expansion of the United States westward, towards The Pacific Ocean was ordained by God in order to civilize and Democratize
  2. The act of putting something into action; the ceremony that marks the beginning of a 4 year presidential term
  3. during the years prior to the Civil War: the idea that people living in a territory would have the right to vote themselves to decide whether or not the territory would allow slavery
  4. To formally charge a public official with misconduct in office
  5. incorporating a territory within the domain of another country
  6. noun; the action of withdrawing from a political alliance, federal union, or political organization
  7. A military blockade of a city or fortified place to force it into surrendering
  8. verb; formal withdrawal from a political alliance, federal union, or political organization

16 Clues: The intent or desire to do evilNever ending or occurring repeatedlyThe process of freeing enslaved personsInstitution Term for the south’s reliance on slaveryTo formally charge a public official with misconduct in officeincorporating a territory within the domain of another countryThe rebuilding of the former Confederate states after the Civil War...

US History 2021-03-08

US History crossword puzzle
Across
  1. Focusing on nature, it advocated the idea of personal knowledge of God, believing that no intermediary was needed for spiritual insight
  2. God existed in only one person, and not in the orthodox Trinity
  3. It was an attempt to have no more slavery to be brought to Missouri
  4. The largest part of a general process of biological globalization that followed the transoceanic voyaging in the 15th and the 16th century
  5. Declaration of freedom of the slaves
  6. Eli Whitney invented it which is more effective than the handpicking process
  7. It was a political protest that occurred on December 16, 1773, at Griffin's Wharf in Boston where American colonists were angry at Britain for imposing taxation on tea
  8. It was the North American conflict in a large imperial war between Great Britain and French known as the Seven Years' War
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  1. It was the first permanent English settlement in the Americas
  2. The purchase made by Jefferson, evaluated as a great purchase since it expanded the land of America
  3. A law that restricted design trade to English ships effective chiefly in the 17th and 18th century
  4. It increased taxes on imported goods
  5. It is known as the response from Douglas to Lincoln
  6. One of the most influential pamphlets ever written by Thomas Paine
  7. A communal society in which has a "communitarian" nature
  8. The campaign of 1844 & an expression of the mighty emotional upsurge

16 Clues: It increased taxes on imported goodsDeclaration of freedom of the slavesIt is known as the response from Douglas to LincolnA communal society in which has a "communitarian" natureIt was the first permanent English settlement in the AmericasGod existed in only one person, and not in the orthodox Trinity...

US History 2021-03-08

US History crossword puzzle
Across
  1. The largest part of a general process of biological globalization that followed the transoceanic voyaging in the 15th and the 16th century
  2. God existed in only one person, and not in the orthodox Trinity
  3. A law that restricted design trade to English ships effective chiefly in the 17th and 18th century
  4. It was an attempt to have no more slavery to be brought to Missouri
  5. Declaration of freedom of the slaves
  6. It was a political protest that occurred on December 16, 1773, at Griffin's Wharf in Boston where American colonists were angry at Britain for imposing taxation on tea
  7. It increased taxes on imported goods
  8. It was the North American conflict in a large imperial war between Great Britain and French known as the Seven Years' War
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  1. Eli Whitney invented it which is more effective than the handpicking process
  2. The purchase made by Jefferson, evaluated as a great purchase since it expanded the land of America
  3. The campaign of 1844 & an expression of the mighty emotional upsurge
  4. It was the first permanent English settlement in the Americas
  5. One of the most influential pamphlets ever written by Thomas Paine
  6. It is known as the response from Douglas to Lincoln
  7. Focusing on nature, it advocated the idea of personal knowledge of God, believing that no intermediary was needed for spiritual insight
  8. A communal society in which has a "communitarian" nature

16 Clues: Declaration of freedom of the slavesIt increased taxes on imported goodsIt is known as the response from Douglas to LincolnA communal society in which has a "communitarian" natureIt was the first permanent English settlement in the AmericasGod existed in only one person, and not in the orthodox Trinity...

US History 2021-09-25

US History crossword puzzle
Across
  1. to take pride in your country
  2. taxes that you have to pay to purchase goods from foreign countries
  3. a movement resulting in the ideas of natural born rights
  4. crazy people who do not want the constitution and prefer anarchy
  5. lands beyond our settlements
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  1. The document that started the revolutionary war was a ________________.
  2. The old government that we had to put up with but never want to see again
  3. the part of the government that makes decisions
  4. man a solider that was able to come when ever asked to fight for the army
  5. The guy on the oat meal packages
  6. money paid by the people to be used for the greater good of the public
  7. the group that fought for America in the American Revolution fake hair
  8. the government that is above the state government.
  9. goods we send out of the country
  10. we won ____________________ from our old mother country

15 Clues: lands beyond our settlementsto take pride in your countryThe guy on the oat meal packagesgoods we send out of the countrythe part of the government that makes decisionsthe government that is above the state government.we won ____________________ from our old mother countrya movement resulting in the ideas of natural born rights...

US History 2017-09-28

US History crossword puzzle
Across
  1. restricting freedoms for African Americans
  2. freedmen working for land, supplies, and cabin rather than money
  3. equal rights
  4. abolish slavery
  5. voted to return to union
  6. racist hate group
  7. citizenship to all people born in US
  8. provide help for southerners
  9. ignore something
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  1. control of the south
  2. kicking the president/federal officials out of their spots
  3. South was control by the US Army
  4. poor white southerns
  5. the right to vote
  6. northern businessmen that went to the south during reconstruction

15 Clues: equal rightsabolish slaveryignore somethingthe right to voteracist hate groupcontrol of the southpoor white southernsvoted to return to unionprovide help for southernersSouth was control by the US Armycitizenship to all people born in USrestricting freedoms for African Americanskicking the president/federal officials out of their spots...

US History 2016-10-24

US History crossword puzzle
Across
  1. designed to protect industry
  2. a collections of 85 articles
  3. a series of laws
  4. a law to regulate settlement
  5. the first ten amendments to the constitution
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  1. someone who supports the federalist party
  2. the first constitution for America
  3. was a big argument
  4. outlined the process for the states
  5. protests by famers against taxes
  6. the region north of the Ohio river
  7. a political and diplomatic episode
  8. was the fourth chief justice of the US
  9. the first banking system
  10. a tax protest

15 Clues: a tax protesta series of lawswas a big argumentthe first banking systemdesigned to protect industrya collections of 85 articlesa law to regulate settlementprotests by famers against taxesthe first constitution for Americathe region north of the Ohio rivera political and diplomatic episodeoutlined the process for the states...

US History 2016-11-04

US History crossword puzzle
Across
  1. cycle/periodic growth and contraction of the economy.
  2. Tariff/protective import tax authorized by Congress in 1930.
  3. Hughes/most powerful African American literary voice.
  4. move or be directed toward the same purpose or result.
  5. Depression/period lasting from 1929 to 1941 in which the US economy faltered and unemployment soared.
  6. shanty towns set up by homeless people during the Great Depression.
  7. to
  8. Hoover/accomplished public servant.
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  1. of making high-risk investments in hopes of obtaining large profits.
  2. Weldon Johnson/poet and secretary of the NAACP.
  3. Smith/the "Empress of the Blue"
  4. Renaissance/flowering of African American culture.
  5. Armstrong/unofficial ambassador of jazz
  6. line/line of people waiting for food handouts from charities or public agencies.
  7. Tuesday/October 29, 1929 when stock prices fell sharply in the Great Crash.

15 Clues: toSmith/the "Empress of the Blue"Hoover/accomplished public servant.Armstrong/unofficial ambassador of jazzWeldon Johnson/poet and secretary of the NAACP.Renaissance/flowering of African American culture.cycle/periodic growth and contraction of the economy.Hughes/most powerful African American literary voice....

US HISTORY 2014-05-16

US HISTORY crossword puzzle
Across
  1. combination of high inflation and high unemployment
  2. to charge a public official with wrong doing in office
  3. the reduction or removal of government control
  4. scandal scandal that led to president Nixon's resignation 1974
  5. 200th anniversary
  6. movement calling for greter attention to non European cultures in such areas as education
  7. a political coalition of conservative groups formed in 1980
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  1. sanctions trade restrictions and other economic measures intended to punish another nation
  2. a listening device used to intercept telephone info.
  3. pres. Nixon's call for a new partnership between federal gov. and state gov.
  4. Spanish for counterrevolution
  5. gov. program that guarantees payments to a particular group
  6. laying off workers to cut cost
  7. a computer network that links millions of people around the world
  8. the systematic segregation of people of different racial backgrounds

15 Clues: 200th anniversarySpanish for counterrevolutionlaying off workers to cut costthe reduction or removal of government controlcombination of high inflation and high unemploymenta listening device used to intercept telephone info.to charge a public official with wrong doing in officegov. program that guarantees payments to a particular group...

US History 2019-01-30

US History crossword puzzle
Across
  1. what the native americans lived in
  2. sea journeys
  3. When you do somethings you may not be able to do
  4. when you come to a new place
  5. not what you are used to
  6. when you exchange goods
  7. power what the USA were before it got independence
  8. when you are ill you have a diseases
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  1. when you go out the wild and collect stuff
  2. they go out and find somethings
  3. when you have a hard time with something
  4. take over of land
  5. when you are not happy about something
  6. you great great great great grandparents
  7. all of it

15 Clues: all of itsea journeystake over of landwhen you exchange goodsnot what you are used towhen you come to a new placethey go out and find somethingswhat the native americans lived inwhen you are ill you have a diseaseswhen you are not happy about somethingwhen you have a hard time with somethingyou great great great great grandparents...

US History 2021-03-05

US History crossword puzzle
Across
  1. moved to America because of constant harassment from the British
  2. the growth of cities
  3. the largest immigrant group to migrate to the United States
  4. location of the erie canal
  5. people that were born in America
  6. cash crop that drastically helped the South's economy
  7. forces which pulled immigrants towards the United States
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  1. horse-drawn machine that mowed wheat and other types of grains
  2. immigrant group that introduced log cabins
  3. machine that helped separate the seeds from cotton
  4. a group of immigrants who helped the construct the transcontinental railroad
  5. a type of building/home that was shared by multiple people and usually lived in by immigrants
  6. a machine that enabled an individual to produce multiple spools of threads simultaneously
  7. a famous inventor who invented the cotton gin and the idea of interchangeable parts
  8. forces which led people out the United States

15 Clues: the growth of citieslocation of the erie canalpeople that were born in Americaimmigrant group that introduced log cabinsforces which led people out the United Statesmachine that helped separate the seeds from cottoncash crop that drastically helped the South's economyforces which pulled immigrants towards the United States...

US History 2015-01-13

US History crossword puzzle
Across
  1. Secretary of State who purchases Alaska
  2. Illegal act of using political influence for personal gain
  3. Act of preserving nature
  4. Trial that challenges the teaching of evolution
  5. Voters placing issue on a ballot
  6. The U.S. battles this country after sinking the USS Maine
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  1. treaty that ends WW I
  2. To buy stocks without the entire payment and pay back what is owed with anticipated profit
  3. Steel business man that created a monopoly
  4. Women who embraced urban culture in the 1920's
  5. Multi-family urban dwellings
  6. Stronger nations imposing their will on weaker nations
  7. U.S. starts uprising in this country in attempt to connect the Atlantic and Pacific
  8. New battle strategy of WW I

14 Clues: treaty that ends WW IAct of preserving natureNew battle strategy of WW IMulti-family urban dwellingsVoters placing issue on a ballotSecretary of State who purchases AlaskaSteel business man that created a monopolyWomen who embraced urban culture in the 1920'sTrial that challenges the teaching of evolution...

US History 2020-12-17

US History crossword puzzle
Across
  1. Extreme devotion to one's country.
  2. A village built along Tippecanoe Creek where two Shawnee leaders started a confederation to stop Americans from stealing Native land.
  3. An act or means of sealing off a place to prevent goods or people from entering or leaving.
  4. Those who opposed the ratification of the Constitution in favor of small localized government.
  5. A battle between Native Americans and Americans where Prophetstown was destroyed.
  6. Gave up Ohio land to the Americans for &20,000 with the promise of long-term peace and more money.
  7. Those who supported the Constitution and a stronger national republic
Down
  1. An organization which consists of a number of parties or groups united in an alliance or league.
  2. a land deal between the United States and France, in which the U.S. acquired approximately 827,000 square miles of land west of the Mississippi River.
  3. An official ban on trade or other commercial activity with a particular country.
  4. Abstention by governments from interfering in the workings of the free market.
  5. the taking of men into a military or naval force by compulsion, with or without notice.
  6. a body of people representing the states of the US, who formally cast votes for the election of the president and vice president.
  7. Those calling for war with Britain.

14 Clues: Extreme devotion to one's country.Those calling for war with Britain.Those who supported the Constitution and a stronger national republicAbstention by governments from interfering in the workings of the free market.An official ban on trade or other commercial activity with a particular country....

US History 2021-09-03

US History crossword puzzle
Across
  1. of Paris, Spain gets Florida
  2. colonists who fought for independence
  3. took place in Charleston
  4. Jefferson, wrote the Declaration of Independence
  5. tastes very sweet
  6. colonists who did not care either way what happened
  7. Contract, could be voided
  8. were inside snowballs that were thrown
  9. period of intellectual growth
Down
  1. frontiersman from Virginia
  2. when a mother country uses her colonies to make money
  3. placed in the colony by the king
  4. Pitt, changed focus war
  5. Washington, America's 1st War Hero
  6. Paine, wrote Common Sense

15 Clues: tastes very sweetPitt, changed focus wartook place in CharlestonContract, could be voidedPaine, wrote Common Sensefrontiersman from Virginiaof Paris, Spain gets Floridaperiod of intellectual growthplaced in the colony by the kingWashington, America's 1st War Herocolonists who fought for independencewere inside snowballs that were thrown...

US History 2021-10-18

US History crossword puzzle
Across
  1. an economic theory that coined why and how nations should amass wealth in order to increase their power
  2. a branch of government that has the power to make laws
  3. a branch of government that has the power to evaluate laws
  4. a branch of government that has the power to carry out laws
  5. first permanent English settlement in the Americas
  6. a democratic government where people elect officials to represent them
Down
  1. supported war against Britain during the Revolutionary War
  2. citizens who were prepared to fight
  3. colonists who chose to support Britain during the Revolutionary War
  4. A nickname for the British soldiers taken from their bright red uniforms
  5. a set of documents and laws that define the government of a country
  6. form of government ruled by a single political power such as a king or queen
  7. volunteer soldiers who were ready to fight in a moments notice
  8. political leaders that helped establish the United States government

14 Clues: citizens who were prepared to fightfirst permanent English settlement in the Americasa branch of government that has the power to make lawssupported war against Britain during the Revolutionary Wara branch of government that has the power to evaluate lawsa branch of government that has the power to carry out laws...

US HISTORY 2014-05-16

US HISTORY crossword puzzle
Across
  1. to charge a public official with wrong doing in office
  2. the reduction or removal of government control
  3. gov. program that guarantees payments to a particular group
  4. right a political coalition of conservative groups formed in 1980
  5. movement calling for greter attention to non European cultures in such areas as education
  6. federalism pres. Nixon's call for a new partnership between federal gov. and state gov.
  7. scandal scandal that led to president Nixon's resignation 1974
  8. Spanish for counterrevolution
Down
  1. 200th anniversary
  2. laying off workers to cut cost
  3. combination of high inflation and high unemployment
  4. a computer network that links millions of people around the world
  5. the systematic segregation of people of different racial backgrounds
  6. tap a listening device used to intercept telephone info.
  7. sanctions trade restrictions and other economic measures intended to punish another nation

15 Clues: 200th anniversarySpanish for counterrevolutionlaying off workers to cut costthe reduction or removal of government controlcombination of high inflation and high unemploymentto charge a public official with wrong doing in officetap a listening device used to intercept telephone info.gov. program that guarantees payments to a particular group...

US HISTORY 2014-05-16

US HISTORY crossword puzzle
Across
  1. tap a listening device used to intercept telephone info.
  2. the systematic segregation of people of different racial backgrounds
  3. a computer network that links millions of people around the world
  4. movement calling for greter attention to non European cultures in such areas as education
  5. gov. program that guarantees payments to a particular group
  6. scandal scandal that led to president Nixon's resignation 1974
  7. laying off workers to cut cost
  8. Spanish for counterrevolution
Down
  1. federalism pres. Nixon's call for a new partnership between federal gov. and state gov.
  2. to charge a public official with wrong doing in office
  3. the reduction or removal of government control
  4. 200th anniversary
  5. combination of high inflation and high unemployment
  6. right a political coalition of conservative groups formed in 1980
  7. sanctions trade restrictions and other economic measures intended to punish another nation

15 Clues: 200th anniversarySpanish for counterrevolutionlaying off workers to cut costthe reduction or removal of government controlcombination of high inflation and high unemploymentto charge a public official with wrong doing in officetap a listening device used to intercept telephone info.gov. program that guarantees payments to a particular group...

CIVICS 2021-02-25

CIVICS crossword puzzle
Across
  1. US Representative number
  2. Checks and Balances
  3. 1803 France
  4. November
  5. War 1900's
  6. Lincoln
  7. 2+2
  8. Surfing USA
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  1. US North Vs. South
  2. River, Long water
  3. Chief Justice of US
  4. April 15
  5. First Amendment
  6. Axis Power WWII
  7. First Amendment
  8. Presidents Cabinet
  9. Axis Power WWII
  10. US vs.___ WWII
  11. Closer to Ireland
  12. The first in US history
  13. Axis power WWII

21 Clues: 2+2LincolnApril 15NovemberWar 1900's1803 FranceSurfing USAUS vs.___ WWIIFirst AmendmentAxis Power WWIIFirst AmendmentAxis Power WWIIAxis power WWIIRiver, Long waterCloser to IrelandUS North Vs. SouthPresidents CabinetChief Justice of USChecks and BalancesThe first in US historyUS Representative number

US History 2014-02-17

US History crossword puzzle
Across
  1. The last name of the person who helped the Massachusetts school system.
  2. Reformers blamed this for poverty, Breakup of families, crime, and insanity.
  3. This president who said "democracy could not survive without educated.
  4. Drinking little or no alcohol.
  5. This college was the first to admit both women and African Americans.
  6. Reform brought changes to American religion, politics, ___________, art, and literature.
  7. Men and women wanted to extend the nation's ideals of _________ and equality to all Americans.
Down
  1. A school for training high-school graduates as teachers.
  2. The last name of the person who was jailed for not paying a one-dollar tax.
  3. The first permanent women's college.
  4. All states adopted that all schools needed to be ________ and supported by taxes.
  5. It was belief that the primary role for this people was to become a wife and mother.
  6. The communities based on vision of a perfect society.

13 Clues: Drinking little or no alcohol.The first permanent women's college.The communities based on vision of a perfect society.A school for training high-school graduates as teachers.This college was the first to admit both women and African Americans.This president who said "democracy could not survive without educated....

US History 2014-02-17

US History crossword puzzle
Across
  1. Drinking little or no alcohol.
  2. The last name of the person who helped the Massachusetts school system.
  3. Men and women wanted to extend the nation's ideals of _________ and equality to all Americans.
  4. This president who said "democracy could not survive without educated people.
  5. Reform brought changes to American religion, politics, ___________, art, and literature.
  6. A school for training high-school graduates as teachers.
Down
  1. Reformers blamed this for poverty, Breakup of families, crime, and insanity.
  2. It was belief that the primary role for this people was to become a wife and mother.
  3. The first permanent women's college.
  4. The last name of the person who was jailed for not paying a one-dollar tax.
  5. All states adopted that all schools needed to be ________ and supported by taxes.
  6. The communities based on vision of a perfect society.
  7. This college was the first to admit both women and African Americans.

13 Clues: Drinking little or no alcohol.The first permanent women's college.The communities based on vision of a perfect society.A school for training high-school graduates as teachers.This college was the first to admit both women and African Americans.The last name of the person who helped the Massachusetts school system....

US History 2015-10-15

US History crossword puzzle
Across
  1. of Guadalupe Hidalgo: entitled the Treaty of Peace, Friendship, Limits and Settlement between the United States of America and the Mexican Republic
  2. a person who had been granted the right to settle on land in exchange for recruiting and taking responsibility for new settlers.
  3. destiny: the 19th-century doctrine or belief that the expansion of the US throughout the American continents was both justified and inevitable.
  4. revolution: The expansion of the marketplace that occurred in early 19th century America
  5. a system for transmitting messages from a distance along a wire, especially one creating signals by making and breaking an electrical connection.
  6. Trail: A 2,200-mile historic east–west large-wheeled wagon route
Down
  1. Purchase: a 29,640-square-mile region of present-day southern Arizona and southwestern New Mexico that was purchased by the United States
  2. an economic and political system in which a country's trade and industry are controlled by private owners for profit
  3. of Liberty: a theme developed first by Thomas Jefferson to identify the responsibility of the United States to spread freedom across the world.
  4. of Texas: an independent sovereign country in North America that existed from March 2, 1836, to February 19, 1846.
  5. Revolution: colonists in the Mexican province of Texas rebelled against the increasingly centralist Mexican government.
  6. the Alamo: a pivotal event in the Texas Revolution. Following a 13-day siege, Mexican troops
  7. Grants: a grant of public land, especially to an institution, organization, or to particular groups of people.

13 Clues: Trail: A 2,200-mile historic east–west large-wheeled wagon routerevolution: The expansion of the marketplace that occurred in early 19th century Americathe Alamo: a pivotal event in the Texas Revolution. Following a 13-day siege, Mexican troops...

US History 2014-02-17

US History crossword puzzle
Across
  1. Drinking little or no alcohol.
  2. The last name of the person who helped the Massachusetts school system.
  3. Men and women wanted to extend the nation's ideals of _________ and equality to all Americans.
  4. This president who said "democracy could not survive without educated people.
  5. Reform brought changes to American religion, politics, ___________, art, and literature.
  6. A school for training high-school graduates as teachers.
Down
  1. Reformers blamed this for poverty, Breakup of families, crime, and insanity.
  2. It was belief that the primary role for this people was to become a wife and mother.
  3. The first permanent women's college.
  4. The last name of the person who was jailed for not paying a one-dollar tax.
  5. All states adopted that all schools needed to be ________ and supported by taxes.
  6. The communities based on vision of a perfect society.
  7. This college was the first to admit both women and African Americans.

13 Clues: Drinking little or no alcohol.The first permanent women's college.The communities based on vision of a perfect society.A school for training high-school graduates as teachers.This college was the first to admit both women and African Americans.The last name of the person who helped the Massachusetts school system....

US HISTORY 2013-12-12

US HISTORY crossword puzzle
Across
  1. aggressive nationalism
  2. ended the spanish american war
  3. fleet of white american battle ships
  4. established a government in puerto rico
  5. policy by which strong nations take over weaker nations
  6. a area of a foreign nation controlled by a larger nation
  7. belief that life is survival of the fittest
  8. featured a comic strip called the yellow kid
Down
  1. warfare involving small scale attacks on larger forces
  2. imperial powers take resources from weaker nations
  3. consisted of rugged westerners
  4. depended on strong military to influence the outcomes of nations
  5. 35000 helped dig this man made water line

13 Clues: aggressive nationalismconsisted of rugged westernersended the spanish american warfleet of white american battle shipsestablished a government in puerto rico35000 helped dig this man made water linebelief that life is survival of the fittestfeatured a comic strip called the yellow kidimperial powers take resources from weaker nations...

US History 2014-02-17

US History crossword puzzle
Across
  1. The last name of the person who helped the Massachusetts school system.
  2. Reformers blamed this for poverty, Breakup of families, crime, and insanity.
  3. This president who said "democracy could not survive without educated.
  4. Drinking little or no alcohol.
  5. This college was the first to admit both women and African Americans.
  6. Reform brought changes to American religion, politics, ___________, art, and literature.
  7. Men and women wanted to extend the nation's ideals of _________ and equality to all Americans.
Down
  1. A school for training high-school graduates as teachers.
  2. The last name of the person who was jailed for not paying a one-dollar tax.
  3. The first permanent women's college.
  4. All states adopted that all schools needed to be ________ and supported by taxes.
  5. It was belief that the primary role for this people was to become a wife and mother.
  6. The communities based on vision of a perfect society.

13 Clues: Drinking little or no alcohol.The first permanent women's college.The communities based on vision of a perfect society.A school for training high-school graduates as teachers.This college was the first to admit both women and African Americans.This president who said "democracy could not survive without educated....

US History Final 2012-12-12

US History Final crossword puzzle
Across
  1. tax on paper goods
  2. book that showed the dark side of slavery
  3. Robert E. Lee
  4. armed uprising that took place in central and western Massachusetts in 1786 and 1787
  5. William T. Sherman
  6. South Carolina, North Carolina, Maryland, Virginia and Georgia
  7. different ideas for different places
  8. theories that have reasons for migration
  9. statement adopted by the Continental Congress on July 4, 1776
  10. action of a state that leaves the country
  11. English Protestants in the 16th century
  12. improved the judicial branch
  13. idea that it is gods will to move west
  14. For government V Against government
  15. compromise between the north and south
  16. people against slavery
  17. British policy of avoiding strict enforcement of parliamentary laws
Down
  1. The composition or structure of something
  2. slave that sued for freedom
  3. bigger army and more agriculture
  4. was an agreement among the 13 founding states that established the United
  5. exchange widespread exchange of animals, plants, culture, human populations
  6. Lincoln’s last speech
  7. extended the us by over 50%
  8. expansion of territory
  9. doctrine that government control of foreign trade
  10. convention that improved women rights
  11. age that improved the industry
  12. a territory under the immediate political control of a state.
  13. battle that was disputed over slavery

30 Clues: Robert E. Leetax on paper goodsWilliam T. ShermanLincoln’s last speechexpansion of territorypeople against slaveryslave that sued for freedomextended the us by over 50%improved the judicial branchage that improved the industrybigger army and more agricultureFor government V Against governmentdifferent ideas for different places...

US History Final 2012-12-12

US History Final crossword puzzle
Across
  1. For government V Against government
  2. English Protestants in the 16th century
  3. extended the us by over 50%
  4. action of a state that leaves the country
  5. exchange widespread exchange of animals, plants, culture, human populations
  6. a territory under the immediate political control of a state.
  7. bigger army and more agriculture
  8. expansion of territory
  9. statement adopted by the Continental Congress on July 4, 1776
  10. age that improved the industry
  11. compromise between the north and south
  12. battle that was disputed over slavery
  13. Robert E. Lee
  14. improved the judicial branch
  15. different ideas for different places
  16. tax on paper goods
Down
  1. British policy of avoiding strict enforcement of parliamentary laws
  2. William T. Sherman
  3. people against slavery
  4. Lincoln’s last speech
  5. was an agreement among the 13 founding states that established the United
  6. South Carolina, North Carolina, Maryland, Virginia and Georgia
  7. convention that improved women rights
  8. theories that have reasons for migration
  9. The composition or structure of something
  10. idea that it is gods will to move west
  11. book that showed the dark side of slavery
  12. armed uprising that took place in central and western Massachusetts in 1786 and 1787
  13. doctrine that government control of foreign trade
  14. slave that sued for freedom

30 Clues: Robert E. LeeWilliam T. Shermantax on paper goodsLincoln’s last speechpeople against slaveryexpansion of territoryslave that sued for freedomextended the us by over 50%improved the judicial branchage that improved the industrybigger army and more agricultureFor government V Against governmentdifferent ideas for different places...

US History Midterm 2014-01-13

US History Midterm crossword puzzle
Across
  1. Fort where first shots of Civil War were fired
  2. Product targeted by temperance movement
  3. Former slaves were forced to earn a living doing this
  4. President who used big stick diplomacy
  5. Organizations that fought for worker's rights
  6. Major factor in US industrial growth
  7. President of the North during the Civil War
  8. Type of Republican that wanted Southerners punished for their crimes
  9. Animal killed on the Great Plains that hurt survival of tribes
  10. Color of press known for its sensational headlines
Down
  1. President who kept the US neutral at the start of WWI
  2. The attempt to rebuild the South after the Civil War
  3. Major cause of Civil War
  4. People who wanted to improve society and limit big business
  5. Expansion policy used to promote economic growth
  6. A business that dominates an industry
  7. Author of the Gospel of Wealth
  8. People forced onto reservations by Great Plains settlers
  9. General who waged total war on the South
  10. Side that won the Civil War
  11. Florida railroad tycoon
  12. Island where many European immigrants entered the US

22 Clues: Florida railroad tycoonMajor cause of Civil WarSide that won the Civil WarAuthor of the Gospel of WealthMajor factor in US industrial growthA business that dominates an industryPresident who used big stick diplomacyProduct targeted by temperance movementGeneral who waged total war on the SouthPresident of the North during the Civil War...

US History Final 2014-05-18

US History Final crossword puzzle
Across
  1. colonists who favored war against British
  2. Name of the man who convinced the Donner's to use his cut-off
  3. What the Donner Party is now associated with
  4. Branch that carries out laws
  5. leader of oil industry
  6. invented the assembly line concept
  7. Right in 2nd Amendment
  8. First 10 amendments
  9. Document in which British recognized U.S. independence
  10. Two men who led first expedition to Louisiana Territory
  11. 435 members, based on population
  12. sewed the first American Flag
  13. 5th Amendment protects rights for
  14. Branch with Supreme Court
  15. invented incandescent light bulb
  16. The name of the pioneer group who "tried" to cross the Sierras
  17. leader in steel industry
Down
  1. The Donner Party's were trying to get here (final destination)
  2. two representatives per state
  3. invented the airplane
  4. the system to keep any branch from too much power
  5. 2/3 of Congress needed to do this
  6. invented the gas mask
  7. Right in 6th Amendment
  8. The name of the two-story covered wagon
  9. colonists who were loyal to Britain
  10. Final battle where British surrendered
  11. 1st Amendment
  12. Branch that passes laws
  13. was asked to write the Declaration of Independence
  14. invented the telephone
  15. invented the telegraph
  16. invented shoe-lasting machine

33 Clues: 1st AmendmentFirst 10 amendmentsinvented the airplaneinvented the gas maskRight in 6th Amendmentleader of oil industryRight in 2nd Amendmentinvented the telephoneinvented the telegraphBranch that passes lawsleader in steel industryBranch with Supreme CourtBranch that carries out lawstwo representatives per statesewed the first American Flag...

US history Mark 2017-01-10

US history Mark crossword puzzle
Across
  1. during the clivil war,an antiwar northern democrat
  2. A numerical limit
  3. items seized from the enemy during wartime
  4. revolt against a superior authorith
  5. Name given to American troops in Europe in World War
  6. 1862law that cities alimited degree of self-rule
  7. term coined by mark twain to describe the post-reconstruction era
  8. a law of America
  9. area in which one ethnic or racial group dominates
  10. a drop in the prices of goods
Down
  1. the ability to read and write
  2. A process for making steel more effi-ciently,patented in 1856
  3. an african american who migrated to the west after the civil war
  4. [erson who buys up large areas of land in the hope of selling them later for aprofit
  5. one who farmed to describe a makeshift homeless
  6. 1892 strikeinpennsylvania against carnegie steel
  7. place where waapons are made or stored
  8. Murder of an accused person by a mob without a lawful trial
  9. confined
  10. a policy of favoing native-born americans over immigrants

20 Clues: confineda law of AmericaA numerical limitthe ability to read and writea drop in the prices of goodsrevolt against a superior authorithplace where waapons are made or storeditems seized from the enemy during wartimeone who farmed to describe a makeshift homeless1892 strikeinpennsylvania against carnegie steel...

US History Terms 2016-05-14

US History Terms crossword puzzle
Across
  1. VIP killer
  2. a person owned by another
  3. sank by U-Boats & then US joins WWI
  4. Wilson’s post-WWI goals
  5. related to manufacturing
  6. 1980s military high tech
  7. one entering a country
  8. Allied European invasion during WWII
  9. liberal policies of social reform
  10. Afghan militant Islamist group
  11. 1963 law banning gender-based discrimination
  12. yellow poison fog weapon in WWI
  13. defines US government
  14. people’s pro-farmer and pro-labor party
  15. Mexican-American to some
  16. to please or satisfy rather than condemn
  17. to fix or improve
Down
  1. Theodore Roosevelt’s foreign policy
  2. male dominated society
  3. war between the states
  4. most powerful court
  5. popular music started in 1950s
  6. long-haired love&peaceniks of the 1960s
  7. extension of influence overseas
  8. significant sudden political change
  9. extended economic downturn
  10. atomic bomb on Hiroshima
  11. systematic murder of an ethnic group
  12. SE Asia war 1954 to 1973

29 Clues: VIP killerto fix or improvemost powerful courtdefines US governmentmale dominated societywar between the statesone entering a countryWilson’s post-WWI goalsrelated to manufacturing1980s military high techatomic bomb on HiroshimaSE Asia war 1954 to 1973Mexican-American to somea person owned by anotherextended economic downturn...

US History Review 2015-12-06

US History Review crossword puzzle
Across
  1. A jellied gasoline that exploded when it was dropped from a plane and made contact with the ground.
  2. an account derived or created from a primary account
  3. A one-sided opinion
  4. A war tactic that involved the use of a series of fast, tactical attacks with specific targets
  5. To kill a famous individual, usually for political reasons
  6. type of new journalism that involves a reporter going out and capturing an image.
  7. Individuals who tried to avoid being drafted
  8. type of writing that includes authors' personal opinions, adds feeling and emotion to writing.
  9. This imaginary line divides North and South Korea.
  10. A war tactic that involved a chemical mixture being dumped on vegetation to kill it.
  11. North Vietnamese leader
Down
  1. Joining together of multiple races, religions, etc in the same common space.
  2. Everything is controlled by gov't, everyone is working for the greater good of the community.
  3. first hand account about a historical event
  4. US's policy at the end of the war, where we slowly gave control of fighting back to the native soldiers.
  5. Court case that declared racial integration of public schools unconstitutional.
  6. A war tactic that involved the use of a series of air strikes
  7. belief that if one country fell to Communism, more would continue to do the same.
  8. Comparing pieces of evidence and seeing if they agree or disagree with each other.
  9. a pathway through other countries to help get supplies to soldiers in different locations in Vietnam
  10. this organization's goal was to contain the spread of communism in South Asia
  11. the opposite of Integration
  12. Males over the age of 18 who get forced to fight in the war.
  13. Questioning evidence and trying to determine its reliability.

24 Clues: A one-sided opinionNorth Vietnamese leaderthe opposite of Integrationfirst hand account about a historical eventIndividuals who tried to avoid being draftedThis imaginary line divides North and South Korea.an account derived or created from a primary accountTo kill a famous individual, usually for political reasons...

US History Review 2020-05-19

US History Review crossword puzzle
Across
  1. This conspiracy theory is the fault of William Henry Harrison's military victories and may come back to haunt us soon! (4 words)
  2. someone who attempts to instill fear or intimidate citizens for a political aim.
  3. This person was the only person to become President without being elected by the people.
  4. This was the first space mission to land a man on the moon.
  5. The Berlin Wall is now used to exhibit this.
  6. The type of tea Ms. Gonzalez likes to drink.
  7. The only President to resign from office.
  8. This is one of the ways we know that astronauts landed on the moon.
  9. Communist Berlin was in which section of the city? (North, South, East or West).
Down
  1. The US supported this group in the Soviet Afghan War.
  2. This man was President and a peanut farmer.
  3. The US allowing this person to receive cancer treatment in the United States lead to the Iran Hostage Crisis. (4 words)
  4. Instead of giving money for weapons to Iran, like they were suppose to, Reagans administration gave part of this money to who?
  5. These two events in the 1970s saw massive increases in the price of oil due to a reduced supply (2words)
  6. This man was implicated in the Iran-Contra Affair instead. Hint: It's not Reagan. (2words)
  7. The Berlin Wall fell in this year.
  8. This group took over Nicaragua and were supporters of Communism.
  9. Jimmy Carter urged Americans to wear what inside to conserve energy?
  10. The scandal that involved a break in at the Democratic National Headquarters, and Plumbers.
  11. True or False, terrorist attacks happened well before 9/11.

20 Clues: The Berlin Wall fell in this year.The only President to resign from office.This man was President and a peanut farmer.The Berlin Wall is now used to exhibit this.The type of tea Ms. Gonzalez likes to drink.The US supported this group in the Soviet Afghan War.This was the first space mission to land a man on the moon....

US History Vocab 2020-09-29

US History Vocab crossword puzzle
Across
  1. Executive order by Abraham Lincoln that allowed slaves to join the Union Army
  2. Government system in which the citizens elect representatives to make decisions for us. This is the system the US uses.
  3. A battle between the US army and the Lakota Sioux and Cheyenne tribes.
  4. To adjust fully into another culture.
  5. the Court case in which Dredd scott couldn't legally file a lawsuit because he was property, not a citizen.
  6. Banned the colonies trading sugar and molasses with any countries besides Britan
  7. When the confederate General Lee surrendered to General Grant, of the Union.
  8. a government agency that set out to help freed slaves find employment
  9. Commander in chief of the Colonies during the Revolutionary War, also the 1st President of the United States.
  10. People that were AGAINST slavery during the Civil War.
  11. Created the Indian Reservations.
  12. made to provide federal funding for building railways across the US.
  13. Document that declared the colonies' independence from Great Britan.
  14. War between the USA and Mexico from 1846-1848
  15. in charge of the artillery and fought in the Revolutionary War
  16. Required the sale of ALL paper documents be marked with a stamp, which had to be payed for.
  17. Amendment that allowed former slaves to vote.
  18. Abraham Lincoln's assassin.
  19. the forced relocation of the Cherokee, Chickasaw, and other tribes from their native land in northern Georgia to a designated spot in Oklahoma.
Down
  1. Comprised the first ten amendments to the constitution.
  2. King of Great Britan during the Revolutionary War.
  3. Amendment that declared Slavery fully illegal.
  4. A battle in Virginia in which the French stepped in and helped the Union soldiers win.
  5. Main author of the Declaration of Independence.
  6. A set of laws in the confederate states that enforced racial segregation.
  7. The popular trail that was used for settlers to move west. It ran from Independence, MI to Fort Vancouver.
  8. Treaty that settled the Mexican American War; USA got northern chunk of Mexico.
  9. To divide or break away
  10. The horrific massacre of the Indian village of Sand Creek by the US army.
  11. A chunk of land the US bought from the French in 1803 that covers the majority of the midwest.
  12. Amendment that gave former slaves US citizenships and therefore constitutional rights.
  13. Government system in which the citizens vote for every decision.

32 Clues: To divide or break awayAbraham Lincoln's assassin.Created the Indian Reservations.To adjust fully into another culture.War between the USA and Mexico from 1846-1848Amendment that allowed former slaves to vote.Amendment that declared Slavery fully illegal.Main author of the Declaration of Independence....

US History Crossword 2021-09-01

US History Crossword crossword puzzle
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  1. Were the people of the 13 colonies, the ones against the british
  2. Rights given at birth, life, liberty, and property, first brought upon by john Locke
  3. Colonist were angry at britian for imposing "taxation without representation" so they dump 342 chest of tea
  4. King of great Britain during 1960's and is known to lose to the 13 colonies
  5. A religious revival that impacted the 13 colonies
  6. British soldiers open fire on a group of american colonist
  7. Group of people who seeked religious freedom from king james i
  8. English philosopher that helped with the start of the enlightenment
  9. was a founding father was also political leader, was the first president of the united states
  10. A government where representatives are chosen by the population with an election
  11. People who structured the democratic government of the united states like George Washington, John Adams, Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, etc
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  1. Spanish first discovered it but French used for Louisiana transports
  2. British pushed the 13 colonies to buy britsh goods only
  3. A plan that crated a unified government for the 13 colonies
  4. Made it so colonist from the 13 colonies have to house/care of british soldiers
  5. Consisted some of the 13 colonies like Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont
  6. british colonies along the south coast of america, includes Rhode island, south/north carolina, etc
  7. Signed into law in 1689, gave parliament power over the monarchy
  8. Made the king and government not above the law
  9. Made the 13 colonies to order tea from the british only

20 Clues: Made the king and government not above the lawA religious revival that impacted the 13 coloniesBritish pushed the 13 colonies to buy britsh goods onlyMade the 13 colonies to order tea from the british onlyBritish soldiers open fire on a group of american colonistA plan that crated a unified government for the 13 colonies...

US History Review 2012-05-09

US History Review crossword puzzle
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  1. invented by Eli Whitney
  2. cause of the Irish emigration
  3. treatment based on race or class
  4. place of women's rights convention
  5. wrote the 'North Star'
  6. religion practiced by German immigrants
  7. Ralph Waldo Emerson was a member of this movement
  8. power women needed to make a difference
  9. name of the first steam boat by Robert Fulton
  10. opposition to immigration
  11. Second Great Awakening sparked these
  12. helped organize New York antislavery convention in NY
  13. freed black persons
  14. movement to reduce the use of alcohol
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  1. his knowledge sparked the Industrial Revolution
  2. credited for school reform in the U.S.
  3. model as to why people to leave homelands
  4. conductor on Underground Railroad
  5. this made urban dwellers wage earners
  6. women who worked in Massachusetts textile mill
  7. abolition journalist
  8. women who led reform on mental hospitals and prisons
  9. belief that one could build places free of social ills
  10. nickname for the south's major crop
  11. to abolish
  12. helped reform women's education
  13. poorly made, crowded apartment buildings
  14. famous slave revolt that occured in 1830 in Virginia
  15. invented by Samuel Morse

29 Clues: to abolishfreed black personsabolition journalistwrote the 'North Star'invented by Eli Whitneyinvented by Samuel Morseopposition to immigrationcause of the Irish emigrationhelped reform women's educationtreatment based on race or classconductor on Underground Railroadplace of women's rights conventionnickname for the south's major crop...

US History Crossword 2013-12-08

US History Crossword crossword puzzle
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  1. soldiers killed, wounded, and missing
  2. form of non-traditional warfare generally involving hit-and-run attacks by small bands of fighters
  3. pact between the United States and Japan to end segregation of Asian children in San Francisco public schools. In return, Japan agreed to limit immigration of its citizens to the United States
  4. fear that communist were working to destroy the Americans way of life
  5. President Taft's policy of expanding American investments abroad
  6. glorification of the military
  7. human-made waterway linking the Atlantic to the Pacific across the Isthmus of Panama
  8. Theodore Roosevelt's policy of creating and using, when necessary, a strong military to achieve America's goals
  9. political,military, and economic domination of strong nations over weaker territories
  10. country which is owed more money by other countries than it owes other countries
  11. violence started by members of a secret society in China, which promoted the governments of Europe and America to send troops to squash the rebellions
  12. supplied captured from an enemy during wartime
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  1. the flu virus
  2. the sieres of raids in the early 1920s initiated by Attorney General A. Mitchell Palmer; against suspected radicals and communist
  3. battleships sent by Roosevelt in 1907 on a "good will cruise" around the world
  4. law establishing a civil government in Puerto Rico
  5. Woodrow Wilson's statement that the U.S. Would not use force to assert influence in the world, but would instead work to promote human rights
  6. a region dominated and controlled by an outside power
  7. a rebellion
  8. raising prices

20 Clues: a rebellionthe flu virusraising pricesglorification of the militarysoldiers killed, wounded, and missingsupplied captured from an enemy during wartimelaw establishing a civil government in Puerto Ricoa region dominated and controlled by an outside powerPresident Taft's policy of expanding American investments abroad...

US History Review 2014-01-05

US History Review crossword puzzle
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  1. Marbury v Madison est judicial ______
  2. period following civil war
  3. power divided on 2 levels
  4. common for southern colonies
  5. example of rep. Government (House)
  6. firm league of friendship. 1st true government
  7. Johnny Reb during civil war lived here
  8. Constitution is a bundle of _________
  9. Rockefeller
  10. Falls...first women's rights convention
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  1. age of great business growth
  2. Cross of Gold speech given in support of this
  3. differences between North, South, and West
  4. big state plan for gov.
  5. Norths plan to win Civil War
  6. ______ neglect
  7. turning point of Civil War
  8. First English settlement
  9. President who was an Indian remover
  10. stop sign, stay out!
  11. rebellion that showed weakness of early government

21 Clues: Rockefeller______ neglectstop sign, stay out!big state plan for gov.First English settlementpower divided on 2 levelsperiod following civil warturning point of Civil Warage of great business growthNorths plan to win Civil Warcommon for southern coloniesexample of rep. Government (House)President who was an Indian remover...

US History Midterm 2014-01-13

US History Midterm crossword puzzle
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  1. Animal killed on the Great Plains that hurt survival of tribes
  2. A business that dominates an industry
  3. Author of the Gospel of Wealth
  4. Product targeted by temperance movement
  5. President of the North during the Civil War
  6. Type of Republican that wanted Southerners punished for their crimes
  7. President who used big stick diplomacy
  8. Former slaves were forced to earn a living doing this
  9. Major cause of Civil War
  10. People forced onto reservations by Great Plains settlers
  11. Fort where first shots of Civil War were fired
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  1. Color of press known for its sensational headlines
  2. Expansion policy used to promote economic growth
  3. Florida railroad tycoon
  4. Organizations that fought for worker's rights
  5. Side that won the Civil War
  6. The attempt to rebuild the South after the Civil War
  7. Major factor in US industrial growth
  8. People who wanted to improve society and limit big business
  9. General who waged total war on the South
  10. President who kept the US neutral at the start of WWI
  11. Island where many European immigrants entered the US

22 Clues: Florida railroad tycoonMajor cause of Civil WarSide that won the Civil WarAuthor of the Gospel of WealthMajor factor in US industrial growthA business that dominates an industryPresident who used big stick diplomacyProduct targeted by temperance movementGeneral who waged total war on the SouthPresident of the North during the Civil War...

US HISTORY PROJECT 2014-09-21

US HISTORY PROJECT crossword puzzle
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  1. Place where Americans killed many defenseless Indians.
  2. Leader of the Lakota who beat Custer's men on the Battle of Little Big Horn.
  3. The proccess which made the Indians integrate into American society.
  4. Places where Indians were forced to live.
  5. Metal looked for by all the miners who tried to strike it rich.
  6. Place where Chief Joseph was trying to go before he surrended.
  7. Place where Sitting Bull's most important battle happened.
  8. The Act which ended Indian reservations.
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  1. Land given to farmers for free with the condition that they had to work it and improve it for 5 years.
  2. Leader of a refugee group who tried to escape to Canada when they were caught by the American soldiers and then surrended.
  3. Towns were miners lived
  4. The railroad that crossed the whole country from East to West.
  5. People who drove cows from the south to the north.
  6. Mountains which were holy for the Indians and where there was a huge gold mine.
  7. The most important way of transportation in the west during the industrial revolution.
  8. People who cheated by staking their claims before the official opening of the Homestead period.
  9. Self appointed law enforcers who punished law-breakers in the mining towns.
  10. Free African Americans who lived on the Homesteads.
  11. A different name for "Native Americans."
  12. Mexican system which didn't allow fences on the land.

20 Clues: Towns were miners livedA different name for "Native Americans."The Act which ended Indian reservations.Places where Indians were forced to live.People who drove cows from the south to the north.Free African Americans who lived on the Homesteads.Mexican system which didn't allow fences on the land....

US History Crossword 2016-01-11

US History Crossword crossword puzzle
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  1. Set of laws that required the separation of blacks and whites in public settings
  2. A movement that looked to end slavery in the United States and gave a political platform for the Women's Suffrage Movement
  3. A fee that used to be paid in order to vote
  4. Professor who taught his students to put aside their desire for political equality and focus on economic security by gaining vocational skills
  5. "allow to be"
  6. Organization created by Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B Anthony
  7. The ability to read and write and is a major function of public schooling
  8. Separation of people by race
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  1. Give donations to worthy causes such as he establishment of private women's colleges
  2. Belief in the power of regular people, and in their right to have control over their government rather than a small group of political leaders/ wealthy elite
  3. Movement created by women that supported women's right to vote
  4. Ban on the manufacturing and sale of alcoholic beverages
  5. Trial that expressed the understanding of "separate but equal"
  6. Was initially a part of the NAWSA but were expelled for aggressive techniques and desire for a constitutional amendment
  7. Required the federal government to purchase and coin more silver to increase money supply and cause inflation
  8. Drop in the prices of goods
  9. first meeting of women to discuss the problems women were facing and where the declaration of sentiments was created
  10. Nonviolent refusal to obey laws in order to change them
  11. movement that sought to apply the teachings of Jesus directly to society through ideals of charity and justice
  12. Helped enforce the Clayton Act by setting up fair trade laws

20 Clues: "allow to be"Drop in the prices of goodsSeparation of people by raceA fee that used to be paid in order to voteNonviolent refusal to obey laws in order to change themBan on the manufacturing and sale of alcoholic beveragesHelped enforce the Clayton Act by setting up fair trade lawsMovement created by women that supported women's right to vote...

US History Crossword 2016-01-11

US History Crossword crossword puzzle
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  1. Professor who taught his students to put aside their desire for political equality and focus on economic security by gaining vocational skills
  2. Give donations to worthy causes such as he establishment of private women's colleges
  3. Drop in the prices of goods
  4. "allow to be"
  5. Separation of people by race
  6. Movement created by women that supported women's right to vote
  7. A movement that looked to end slavery in the United States and gave a political platform for the Women's Suffrage Movement
  8. Trial that expressed the understanding of "separate but equal"
  9. movement that sought to apply the teachings of Jesus directly to society through ideals of charity and justice
  10. Was initially a part of the NAWSA but were expelled for aggressive techniques and desire for a constitutional amendment
  11. Required the federal government to purchase and coin more silver to increase money supply and cause inflation
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  1. Organization created by Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B Anthony
  2. Ban on the manufacturing and sale of alcoholic beverages
  3. Helped enforce the Clayton Act by setting up fair trade laws
  4. A fee that used to be paid in order to vote
  5. first meeting of women to discuss the problems women were facing and where the declaration of sentiments was created
  6. Nonviolent refusal to obey laws in order to change them
  7. Set of laws that required the separation of blacks and whites in public settings
  8. The ability to read and write and is a major function of public schooling
  9. Belief in the power of regular people, and in their right to have control over their government rather than a small group of political leaders/ wealthy elite

20 Clues: "allow to be"Drop in the prices of goodsSeparation of people by raceA fee that used to be paid in order to voteNonviolent refusal to obey laws in order to change themBan on the manufacturing and sale of alcoholic beveragesHelped enforce the Clayton Act by setting up fair trade lawsMovement created by women that supported women's right to vote...

US history Bruce 2017-01-10

US history Bruce crossword puzzle
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  1. Relating to a city
  2. A numerical limit
  3. A market structure dominated by only a few large,profitable firms
  4. Federal land set aside for native Americans
  5. war between the union states of north and the confederate states of the south;fought from 1861 to 1865
  6. union that organizes workers from all crafts in a given industry
  7. term used to describe the 190s
  8. virginia legislature formed in 1619
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  1. The right to vote
  2. the federal government's plan for the makeup and quantity of the nation's money supply
  3. group of electors ,chosen by the voters ,who vote for president
  4. a japanese American whose parents were born in japan
  5. states of texas,louisiana ,mississippi ,alabama,florida,georgia,and south varolina
  6. group organized around a common interest and concerned only with furthering that interest
  7. the ability to read and write
  8. area in which one ethnic or racial group dominates
  9. to revise
  10. Laws that restricted freedmen's rights
  11. An official forgiveness of a crime
  12. official postponement,as in a postponement of compulsory military service

20 Clues: to reviseThe right to voteA numerical limitRelating to a citythe ability to read and writeterm used to describe the 190sAn official forgiveness of a crimevirginia legislature formed in 1619Laws that restricted freedmen's rightsFederal land set aside for native Americansarea in which one ethnic or racial group dominates...

US HISTORY REVIEW 2018-04-19

US HISTORY REVIEW crossword puzzle
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  1. invented the telegraph
  2. abolitionist; Kansas and Harper's Ferry
  3. Pennsylavania, battle, inspired eloquent address on 11/19/1863
  4. Wizard of Menlo Park
  5. 1st President; Mt. Vernon
  6. right to vote
  7. loyalty to a particular region of the country
  8. leader of women's rights in 1800's; supported co-education
  9. Confederate President
  10. "to free"; as in slavery
  11. Vice-President who killed Secretary of the Treasury Hamilton in a duel
  12. invented the telephone
  13. debated Douglas and lost election; convinced by Douglass in other areas
  14. Fought against the British who burned Washington DC
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  1. author of UNCLE TOM'S CABIN
  2. first 10 amendments
  3. invented the cotton gin changing the South forever
  4. well known "conductor" who worked the Underground Railroad
  5. 3rd President; Monticello; Died July 4, 1826
  6. Northern money
  7. _______destiny; US WILL move West
  8. 2nd President; Died July 4, 1826
  9. site of Robert E. Lee's surrender
  10. pair who led expedition West in 1804
  11. US President; doctrine would protect Latin America from European occupation
  12. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
  13. Crockett and Bowie were killed here

27 Clues: right to voteNorthern moneyfirst 10 amendmentsWizard of Menlo ParkConfederate Presidentinvented the telegraphinvented the telephone"to free"; as in slavery1st President; Mt. Vernonauthor of UNCLE TOM'S CABIN2nd President; Died July 4, 1826_______destiny; US WILL move Westsite of Robert E. Lee's surrenderCrockett and Bowie were killed here...

US History Review 2018-05-03

US History Review crossword puzzle
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  1. to cancel a government decision
  2. Name given to the Indian Removal Act, put into action by Andrew Jackson
  3. a person sent to represent one for the federal government
  4. every citizen of the United States
  5. Andrew Jackson put a tariff on South Carolina, who threatened to secede if tariffs were placed
  6. A political party giving public office to its supporters
  7. President of the U.S. who forced the Native Americans out of Georgia
  8. a citizen with no power
  9. The bank of the Federal Government
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  1. a government tax on imported goods
  2. The right to vote
  3. a policy or attitude of letting things take their own hand
  4. rights and powers held by the individual U.S. states
  5. An order issued by the president forcing Native Americans out of Georgia and into Oklahoma
  6. to leave or withdrawal
  7. a tariff passed to protect industry in the North
  8. a court case that declared that non-Native Americans could not be on Native Americans land without a license
  9. land belonging to Native Americans
  10. A Native American tribe forced to relocate during the Trail of Tears
  11. land reserved for the Cherokee people during the Indian Removal Act

20 Clues: The right to voteto leave or withdrawala citizen with no powerto cancel a government decisiona government tax on imported goodsevery citizen of the United Statesland belonging to Native AmericansThe bank of the Federal Governmenta tariff passed to protect industry in the Northrights and powers held by the individual U.S. states...

US History Crossword 2020-06-20

US History Crossword crossword puzzle
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  1. group opposed ratifying constitution
  2. how slaves counted in population
  3. deemed too weak to govern
  4. essay to support ratifying Constitution
  5. US minister to France (1785)
  6. decided states legislative representation
  7. first 10 amendments to constitution
  8. proposed government assume states debts
  9. unanimously elected president
  10. meeting to fix weak Articles
  11. allows punishment for threatening US
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  1. Washington's last warnings to America
  2. tax protest in Pennsylvania
  3. 3 Frenchmen gave demands to diplomats
  4. group supported ratifying constitution
  5. 2nd President; Federalist
  6. outlawed slavery in new territory
  7. revolt caused by heavy taxes
  8. opposed Hamilton and supported Jefferson
  9. treaty for Northwest natives' boundaries

20 Clues: 2nd President; Federalistdeemed too weak to governtax protest in Pennsylvaniarevolt caused by heavy taxesUS minister to France (1785)meeting to fix weak Articlesunanimously elected presidenthow slaves counted in populationoutlawed slavery in new territoryfirst 10 amendments to constitutiongroup opposed ratifying constitution...

US Congress 2021-04-23

US Congress crossword puzzle
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  1. US Senator from Texas that served one term as Texas Attorney General
  2. Current majority leader of the US Senate
  3. Current Senate majority whip
  4. Current President Pro Tempore of the Senate
  5. longest serving US representative in history
  6. Current minority whip in House of Representatives
  7. current Vice President of US and presiding officer over the US Senate
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  1. first woman to serve in the US Congress and also the only member of Congress to vote against declaring war against Japan in WWII
  2. Current majority leader in the US House of Representatives
  3. Current minority leader in the US House of Representatives
  4. Current minority leader of the US Senate
  5. Current Speaker of the US House of Representatives
  6. US Senator from Texas that once clerked for the US Supreme Court
  7. longest serving US Senator in history

14 Clues: Current Senate majority whiplongest serving US Senator in historyCurrent minority leader of the US SenateCurrent majority leader of the US SenateCurrent President Pro Tempore of the Senatelongest serving US representative in historyCurrent minority whip in House of RepresentativesCurrent Speaker of the US House of Representatives...

US History Midterm 2014-01-13

US History Midterm crossword puzzle
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  1. Island where many European immigrants entered the US
  2. Author of the Gospel of Wealth
  3. Organizations that fought for worker's rights
  4. Former slaves were forced to earn a living doing this
  5. President who used big stick diplomacy
  6. Major factor in US industrial growth
  7. Expansion policy used to promote economic growth
  8. General who waged total war on the South
  9. People forced onto reservations by Great Plains settlers
  10. Color of press known for its sensational headlines
  11. President who kept the US neutral at the start of WWI
  12. Type of Republican that wanted Southerners punished for their crimes
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  1. Major cause of Civil War
  2. The attempt to rebuild the South after the Civil War
  3. Animal killed on the Great Plains that hurt survival of tribes
  4. Product targeted by temperance movement
  5. People who wanted to improve society and limit big business
  6. A business that dominates an industry
  7. President of the North during the Civil War
  8. Fort where first shots of Civil War were fired
  9. Side that won the Civil War
  10. Florida railroad tycoon

22 Clues: Florida railroad tycoonMajor cause of Civil WarSide that won the Civil WarAuthor of the Gospel of WealthMajor factor in US industrial growthA business that dominates an industryPresident who used big stick diplomacyProduct targeted by temperance movementGeneral who waged total war on the SouthPresident of the North during the Civil War...

US HISTORY CROSSWORD 2016-11-16

US HISTORY CROSSWORD crossword puzzle
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  1. On May 3rd, 1866, there was another riot at Chicago's _________ reaper factory
  2. A way of getting around anti monopoly laws
  3. This act was signed by Lincoln in 1862
  4. Black Kettle was the leader of this Native American tribe.
  5. Pullman built towns for his workers with everything they needed, but there were lots of ________
  6. Social _______ is a philosophy that believes in survival of the fittest
  7. On May 10,1869 which railroad was completed?
  8. People who snuck into Oklahoma to get land before the race began
  9. The government had to get involved with the railroad workers' strike when _______ _______ stopped
  10. Lead by Samuel Gompers was a labor union called The American ________ of Labor
  11. A race for land in Oklahoma that had lots of people headed out west.
  12. George ________ was vey successful in building sleeping cars for railroads
  13. Native Americans began doing these dances after being put in reservations
  14. Alexander Graham Bell invented this in 1876
  15. Terence _______ lead one of the first labor unions, the Knights of Labor
  16. On May ___, 1866, workers went on strike against the eight hour work day
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  1. A loose association of businesses who produce the same product
  2. Custer and all of his men were killed by 2000 Native Americans at this river
  3. __________ police tried to break up the Carnegie Steel strike, but someone opened fire and people from both sides were killed.
  4. The officials at Wounded Knee massacred this many defenseless Native Americans after a shot rang out.
  5. An anarchist who tried to assassinate Henry Frick
  6. In the _______ of 1892, Henry Frick cut worker wages at Carnegie Steel
  7. Used vertical consolidation to become the leader in Steel production
  8. When a company would drop it's prices drastically to put it's competitor's out of business, it's ________ consolidation
  9. Officials were doing this at Wounded Knee when a shot rang out
  10. A philosophy that suggested government ownership of businesses and the equal distribution of wealth
  11. When a company is in complete control of a product or service
  12. Gaining control of many different businesses that make up all phases of a product's development is called ________ consolidation
  13. A system of long and short pulses that represented the letters of the alphabet
  14. Believed that he could turn out a small invention every 10 days and a big one every 6 months

30 Clues: This act was signed by Lincoln in 1862A way of getting around anti monopoly lawsAlexander Graham Bell invented this in 1876On May 10,1869 which railroad was completed?An anarchist who tried to assassinate Henry FrickBlack Kettle was the leader of this Native American tribe.When a company is in complete control of a product or service...

US History Terms 2016-05-14

US History Terms crossword puzzle
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  1. to please or satisfy rather than condemn
  2. one entering a country
  3. yellow poison fog weapon in WWI
  4. related to manufacturing
  5. Afghan militant Islamist group
  6. liberal policies of social reform
  7. people’s pro-farmer and pro-labor party
  8. sank by U-Boats & then US joins WWI
  9. long-haired love&peaceniks of the 1960s
  10. Allied European invasion during WWII
  11. popular music started in 1950s
  12. Theodore Roosevelt’s foreign policy
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  1. most powerful court
  2. extended economic downturn
  3. war between the states
  4. systematic murder of an ethnic group
  5. 1980s military high tech
  6. extension of influence overseas
  7. defines US government
  8. to fix or improve
  9. Wilson’s post-WWI goals
  10. a person owned by another
  11. atomic bomb on Hiroshima
  12. significant sudden political change
  13. male dominated society
  14. VIP killer
  15. SE Asia war 1954 to 1973

27 Clues: VIP killerto fix or improvemost powerful courtdefines US governmentwar between the statesone entering a countrymale dominated societyWilson’s post-WWI goals1980s military high techrelated to manufacturingatomic bomb on HiroshimaSE Asia war 1954 to 1973a person owned by anotherextended economic downturnAfghan militant Islamist group...

US History Vocab 2020-02-26

US History Vocab crossword puzzle
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  1. Journalist whose trial was an early step in establishing the freedom of press in the colonies.
  2. Exchange of goods and slaves between Africa, Europe, West Indies, And Colonies.
  3. part of the government that decides if laws are being carried out fairly
  4. British policy of ignoring the colonies which allowed them to gain independence in trade and exercising a larger degree of self-government.
  5. (1765) law of British Parliament that taxed newspapers, legal documents, and other printed materials; led to the phrase "No taxation without representation".
  6. British law that prohibited colonist from settling west of the Appalachian Mountains; purpose was to prevent conflict between Native Americans and colonist following the French and Indian war.
  7. part of the government that makes laws for the nation.
  8. customs and precedents accepted as a needed part of government although not actually listed in the constitution.
  9. First example of a representative form of government in colonial Virginia.
  10. The first American constitution that created a weak central government and gave more power to the states.
  11. Series of essays written by the founding fathers that urged ratification of the new Constitution.
  12. Agreement signed by Pilgrims before landing at Plymouth, Massachusetts in which colonists consent to be governed by a government they created
  13. part of government that carries out the laws
  14. Supreme law of the land hat outlines the functions of the three branches of government.
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  1. an assembly elected by voters that meets every four years to formally elect the president.
  2. principle of constitution that people are only source of any and all government power.
  3. The 1776 document stating that the colonies wanted to be free and independent from British rule and provided justification for breaking with parent country.
  4. each branch of federal government has power to limit the actions of other branches.
  5. Famous pamphlet written by Thomas Paine; persuaded colonist to seek independence and end their relationship with Great Britain.
  6. modifications or changes to the constitution (there are 27 amendments in all).
  7. first ten amendments to the US constitution that describe the basic rights of all citizens.
  8. government is not all powerful; it may only do things people give it the power to do.
  9. power and authority is divided between the national and state governments.
  10. (1803) decision of the Marshall Court that established the principle of judicial review

24 Clues: part of government that carries out the lawspart of the government that makes laws for the nation.part of the government that decides if laws are being carried out fairlyFirst example of a representative form of government in colonial Virginia.power and authority is divided between the national and state governments....

US History Vocab 2020-09-29

US History Vocab crossword puzzle
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  1. To adjust fully into another culture.
  2. Required the sale of ALL paper documents be marked with a stamp, which had to be payed for.
  3. Banned the colonies trading sugar and molasses with any countries besides Britan
  4. Abraham Lincoln's assassin.
  5. in charge of the artillery and fought in the Revolutionary War
  6. Government system in which the citizens vote for every decision.
  7. made to provide federal funding for building railways across the US.
  8. King of Great Britan during the Revolutionary War.
  9. Main author of the Declaration of Independence.
  10. a government agency that set out to help freed slaves find employment
  11. the forced relocation of the Cherokee, Chickasaw, and other tribes from their native land in northern Georgia to a designated spot in Oklahoma.
  12. Amendment that declared Slavery fully illegal.
  13. The horrific massacre of the Indian village of Sand Creek by the US army.
  14. Executive order by Abraham Lincoln that allowed slaves to join the Union Army
  15. Amendment that gave former slaves US citizenships and therefore constitutional rights.
  16. When the confederate General Lee surrendered to General Grant, of the Union.
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  1. A set of laws in the confederate states that enforced racial segregation.
  2. Document that declared the colonies' independence from Great Britan.
  3. People that were AGAINST slavery during the Civil War.
  4. the Court case in which Dredd scott couldn't legally file a lawsuit because he was property, not a citizen.
  5. A battle in Virginia in which the French stepped in and helped the Union soldiers win.
  6. Created the Indian Reservations.
  7. Comprised the first ten amendments to the constitution.
  8. A battle between the US army and the Lakota Sioux and Cheyenne tribes.
  9. Amendment that allowed former slaves to vote.
  10. The popular trail that was used for settlers to move west. It ran from Independence, MI to Fort Vancouver.
  11. A chunk of land the US bought from the French in 1803 that covers the majority of the midwest.
  12. Government system in which the citizens elect representatives to make decisions for us. This is the system the US uses.
  13. To divide or break away
  14. Commander in chief of the Colonies during the Revolutionary War, also the 1st President of the United States.

30 Clues: To divide or break awayAbraham Lincoln's assassin.Created the Indian Reservations.To adjust fully into another culture.Amendment that allowed former slaves to vote.Amendment that declared Slavery fully illegal.Main author of the Declaration of Independence.King of Great Britan during the Revolutionary War....

US History crossword 2020-10-29

US History crossword crossword puzzle
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  1. Canal a canal in New York that is part of the east–west, cross-state route of the New York State Canal System.
  2. parts parts that are, for practical purposes, identical.
  3. of Tears a series of forced relocations of approximately 60,000 Native Americans between 1830 and 1850 by the United States government.
  4. of the United States a national bank, chartered for a term of twenty years, by the United States Congress on February 25, 1791.
  5. of 1816 also known as the Dallas Tariff, is notable as the first tariff passed by Congress with an explicit function of protecting U.S. manufactured items from overseas competition.
  6. Jackson an American soldier and statesman who served as the seventh president of the United States from 1829 to 1837
  7. Clay an American attorney and statesman who represented Kentucky in both the Senate and House.
  8. System an economic plan that played an important role in American policy during the first half of the 19th century.
  9. Whitney an American inventor, widely known for inventing the cotton gin, one of the key inventions of the Industrial Revolution and shaped the economy of the Antebellum South.
  10. Van Buren the eighth President of the United States
  11. of Abominations a protective tariff passed by the Congress of the United States on May 19, 1828, designed to protect industry in the Northern United States.
  12. Treaty a treaty between the United States and Spain in 1819 that ceded Florida to the U.S. and defined the boundary between the U.S. and New Spain.
  13. Party a political party active in the middle of the 19th century in the United States.
  14. system a practice in which a political party, after winning an election, gives government civil service jobs to its supporters, friends, and relatives as a reward.
  15. Webster an American lawyer and statesman who represented New Hampshire and Massachusetts in the U.S. Congress
  16. of 1837 a financial crisis in the United States that touched off a major depression, which lasted until the mid-1840s.
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  1. Doctrine a United States policy that opposed European colonialism in the Americas.
  2. v Maryland a landmark U.S. Supreme Court decision that defined the scope of the U.S. Congress's legislative power
  3. Party an American political party founded by Thomas Jefferson and James Madison in the early 1790s.
  4. Removal Act The law authorized the president to negotiate with southern Native American tribes for their removal to federal territory west of the Mississippi River in exchange for white settlement of their ancestral lands.
  5. Tyler an English religious leader who served as the third president of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints from 1880 to 1887.
  6. Road the first major improved highway in the United States built by the federal government.
  7. an idea and movement that promotes the interests of a particular nation, especially with the aim of gaining and maintaining the nation's sovereignty over its homeland.
  8. C. Calhoun one of the leading War Hawks who maneuvered the unprepared United States into war with Great Britain in 1812.
  9. Revolution the transition to new manufacturing processes in Europe and the United States, in the period from about 1760 to sometime between 1820 and 1840.
  10. gin a machine that quickly and easily separates cotton fibers from their seeds
  11. production the production of large quantities of a standardized article by an automated mechanical process.
  12. Compromise federal legislation that admitted Maine to the United States as a free state, simultaneously with Missouri as a slave state, thus maintaining the balance of power between North and South in the US Senate.
  13. Quincy Adams the sixth President of the United States from 1825 to 1829.
  14. Henry Harrison American military officer and politician, was the ninth President of the United States

30 Clues: Van Buren the eighth President of the United Statesparts parts that are, for practical purposes, identical.Quincy Adams the sixth President of the United States from 1825 to 1829.gin a machine that quickly and easily separates cotton fibers from their seedsDoctrine a United States policy that opposed European colonialism in the Americas....

US History Crossword 2021-03-02

US History Crossword crossword puzzle
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  1. made sure that one of the branches of government did not get too powerful
  2. every 5 slaves in a state would count as three free persons
  3. the promise the federalists made to attach to the Constitution
  4. the creator of the New Jersey Plan
  5. changes to the Constitution
  6. many of the antifederalists
  7. rule by the people
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  1. the governor of New York who was an antifederalist
  2. supporters of the Constitution
  3. opposed the Constitution
  4. the date of the first meeting of the new congress
  5. did not get rid of the articles ad instead it modifies them to make the central government stronger
  6. was chosen to become the first president under the new Constitution
  7. proposed to get rid of the articles and create a new national government
  8. divided government power between federal and state governments
  9. the two states that had not ratified the Constitution
  10. the state that waited until the bill of rights was proposed to ratify the Constitution
  11. his idea was used in the Great Compromise
  12. the leaders of the federalists
  13. the majority of the delegates that attended the convention in Philadelphia

20 Clues: rule by the peopleopposed the Constitutionchanges to the Constitutionmany of the antifederalistssupporters of the Constitutionthe leaders of the federaliststhe creator of the New Jersey Planhis idea was used in the Great Compromisethe date of the first meeting of the new congressthe governor of New York who was an antifederalist...

US History Facts 2021-03-27

US History Facts crossword puzzle
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  1. How many signers of the declaration of independence were British?
  2. the smallest state
  3. What country sold Alaska to the United States?
  4. I-19 uses this system of measurement
  5. Who was the tallest U.S. President
  6. the first car released by Ford in 1908.
  7. What is the happiest state in the US?
  8. how many great lakes are there?
  9. This animal was up to 2,000 LBs and are up to 6 ft tall
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  1. Location of the first U.S. capital
  2. the Civil War was about____
  3. What state can you get a unicorn hunting license in?
  4. The Deadliest Job In the Country
  5. Who gave the U.S. the statue of liberty?
  6. Alexander Hamilton developed the first____.
  7. This coin costs more to make than it is worth
  8. how old was the person who designed the current U.S. flag?
  9. the empire state building has its own _______.
  10. Month of independence
  11. the British were defeated where?

20 Clues: the smallest stateMonth of independencethe Civil War was about____how many great lakes are there?The Deadliest Job In the Countrythe British were defeated where?Location of the first U.S. capitalWho was the tallest U.S. PresidentI-19 uses this system of measurementWhat is the happiest state in the US?the first car released by Ford in 1908....

US History Final 2021-05-24

US History Final crossword puzzle
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  1. Jefferson _______ was the president of the Confederacy
  2. author of Uncle Tom's Cabin
  3. Lord Baltimore helped start a colony here
  4. inventor of the telegraph
  5. amendment ended slavery in the United States
  6. oldest city in the United States
  7. fee to use a road
  8. to leave or break away from a group, as a state leaving the Union
  9. Ulysses S. ________ commanded the Union Army
  10. name of lost English colony
  11. Robert E _______ led the Confederate Army
  12. people who settled Plymouth Colony
  13. The _________ Proclamation was made to free Confederate slaves
  14. was the territory explored by Lewis and Clark
  15. the war between the North and the South is called The _______ War
  16. Coronado and de Soto claimed land for this country
  17. was signed to end the War of 1812
  18. manufacturing was more important here than farming
  19. reason why so many people went to California in 1849
  20. 1st English settlement in the New World to survive
  21. colony settled by English prisoners who owed debt
  22. wealthy planters owned huge plantations here
  23. amendment gave former slaves the right to vote
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  1. 1st ten amendments
  2. amendment made former slaves citizens
  3. group of people chosen to advise the president
  4. William _____founded a colony especially for Quakers
  5. Southerners' ironclad ship that attacked Union blockade ships in Virginia
  6. La Salle and de Soto both explored this river
  7. this invention started the Industrial Revolution
  8. the highest court in the United States
  9. was famous for helping with Women's Suffrage
  10. this battle gave Texas its independence from Mexico
  11. the system of giving government jobs to people who helped the winner get elected
  12. the battle that happened after the War of 1812 had technically ended
  13. debated the question of slavery with Abraham Lincoln
  14. The Pennsylvania Battle of ________ was won by the North.
  15. a change to the US Constitution
  16. huge area of land west of the Mississippi bought from France
  17. to do away with, bring to an end, such as slavery
  18. relating to the Southern states that banded together during the Civil War
  19. huge farm in the Southern colonies
  20. was most famous for her work with getting slaves through the Underground Railroad
  21. person who worked to end slavery
  22. this President started the Republican Party
  23. important crop in the Southern colonies

46 Clues: fee to use a road1st ten amendmentsinventor of the telegraphauthor of Uncle Tom's Cabinname of lost English colonya change to the US Constitutionoldest city in the United Statesperson who worked to end slaverywas signed to end the War of 1812people who settled Plymouth Colonyhuge farm in the Southern coloniesamendment made former slaves citizens...

1980s US History 2021-05-17

1980s US History crossword puzzle
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  1. Developed by accident by Spencer Silver No hyphen)
  2. The 1980s was the heyday of the _______ movie
  3. Number of gold medals won at the 1980 Summer Olympics by the US
  4. Reagan's domestic War on __________
  5. Company responsible for largest oil spill at the time
  6. Reagan believed that economic growth would ________ down to everyone
  7. Emergency Room visits for cocaine addiction increased ______ times as many in the 80s
  8. Disaffected liberals were known as ___Democrats
  9. The suburban and rural area of the Southwestern US
  10. Location of the largest oil spill at the time
  11. Anti-communist group in Nicaragua
  12. Nickname for Reagan based off a movie he was in
  13. How the anti-communist forces in Nicaragua had been financing themselves
  14. The conservative movement of the 80s known as the New _____
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  1. Location of 1980 Summer Olympics
  2. A highly successful concert on TV to help with famine in Ethiopia (no spaces)
  3. The word for a 1980s college educated baby boomer
  4. The _________ Commission investigated the Iran-Contra arms deal
  5. The word for a restriction on trade with another country
  6. Number of US hostages held by Iran
  7. Nancy Reagan's antidrug program (no spaces)
  8. The older industrial cities of the North and Midwest
  9. The country that boycotted the 1984 Summer Olympics (initials)
  10. A highly addictive form of cocaine
  11. Program begun in Los Angeles to reduce drug use
  12. The country the US secretly sold weapons to
  13. The computer company to start personal computers

27 Clues: Location of 1980 Summer OlympicsAnti-communist group in NicaraguaNumber of US hostages held by IranA highly addictive form of cocaineReagan's domestic War on __________Nancy Reagan's antidrug program (no spaces)The country the US secretly sold weapons toThe 1980s was the heyday of the _______ movieLocation of the largest oil spill at the time...

US History Pzl 2014-01-09

US History Pzl crossword puzzle
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  1. The President belongs to this branch of gov't
  2. Everyday was Halloween for this group
  3. Taxation for an offical seal on all printed material
  4. French for Hands off/Doing nothing
  5. Captain Morgan lost his job to this in the '20s
  6. Nicholas Cage stole this document
  7. Immigration station. Angel Island in the west and this in the East
  8. Drafted the a prestigious document. 3rd President
  9. Something Zach lacks very much of
  10. Several nagging women fought for these
  11. Trade between America, Europe and Africa
  12. Fisrt 10 amendments
  13. LEGAL segregation in the South
  14. "Au" Rush
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  1. Document signed by King John
  2. Right to rule from sea to shining sea
  3. Indians got evicted
  4. A nagging woman who fought for equality
  5. Invented the Cotton Gin
  6. "Purchased" a large tract of land from a short frenchman (Mardi Gras)
  7. Precursor to the document Nick Cage stole
  8. Opposed a nat'l gov't
  9. Economic system. Communism vs............
  10. Believed in a nat'l gov't
  11. Religious Revival in America

25 Clues: "Au" RushIndians got evictedFisrt 10 amendmentsOpposed a nat'l gov'tInvented the Cotton GinBelieved in a nat'l gov'tDocument signed by King JohnReligious Revival in AmericaLEGAL segregation in the SouthNicholas Cage stole this documentSomething Zach lacks very much ofFrench for Hands off/Doing nothingRight to rule from sea to shining sea...

US History Terms 2016-05-14

US History Terms crossword puzzle
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  1. to please or satisfy rather than condemn
  2. one entering a country
  3. yellow poison fog weapon in WWI
  4. related to manufacturing
  5. Afghan militant Islamist group
  6. liberal policies of social reform
  7. people’s pro-farmer and pro-labor party
  8. sank by U-Boats & then US joins WWI
  9. long-haired love&peaceniks of the 1960s
  10. Allied European invasion during WWII
  11. popular music started in 1950s
  12. Theodore Roosevelt’s foreign policy
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  1. most powerful court
  2. extended economic downturn
  3. war between the states
  4. systematic murder of an ethnic group
  5. 1980s military high tech
  6. extension of influence overseas
  7. defines US government
  8. to fix or improve
  9. Wilson’s post-WWI goals
  10. a person owned by another
  11. atomic bomb on Hiroshima
  12. significant sudden political change
  13. male dominated society
  14. VIP killer
  15. SE Asia war 1954 to 1973

27 Clues: VIP killerto fix or improvemost powerful courtdefines US governmentwar between the statesone entering a countrymale dominated societyWilson’s post-WWI goals1980s military high techrelated to manufacturingatomic bomb on HiroshimaSE Asia war 1954 to 1973a person owned by anotherextended economic downturnAfghan militant Islamist group...

US History EC 2017-01-09

US History EC crossword puzzle
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  1. The right to vote
  2. A building in which several families rent rooms or apartments, often with little sanitation or safety
  3. A cash refund given for the purchase of a product during a specific period
  4. A northerner who went to the South immediately after the Civil War; especially one who tried to gain political advantage
  5. A requirement that citizens pay a tax in order to register to vote
  6. Authorized federal supervision of elections in states that failed to support voting rights.
  7. 19th century of belief that evolutionary ideas theorized by Charles Darwin could be applied to society.
  8. 1870 constitutional amendment that guaranteed voting rights regardless of race or previous condition of servitude
  9. Laws designed to enforce segregation of blacks from whites
  10. Journalists who searched for corruption in politics and big business
  11. The value of a particular product compared to the amount of labor needed to make it.
  12. A shop or factory where workers work long hours at low wages under unhealthy conditions
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  1. a formal organization of producers that agree to coordinate prices and production
  2. A constitutional amendment giving full rights of citizenship to all people born or naturalized in the United States, except for American Indians
  3. process of gaining control of the many different businesses that make up all phases of a product's development
  4. A way to manufacture steel quickly and cheaply by blasting hot air through melted iron to quickly remove impurities
  5. A derogatory term for Southerners who were working with the North to buy up land from desperate Southerners
  6. Process of making large quantities of a product quickly and cheaply
  7. A government payment that supports a business or market
  8. Laws denying most legal rights to newly freed slaves; passed by southern states following the Civil War

20 Clues: The right to voteA government payment that supports a business or marketLaws designed to enforce segregation of blacks from whitesA requirement that citizens pay a tax in order to register to voteProcess of making large quantities of a product quickly and cheaplyJournalists who searched for corruption in politics and big business...

US History Final 2019-12-16

US History Final crossword puzzle
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  1. people who supported the ratification of the constitution
  2. communist Cuban leader during the Cold War
  3. Leader of North Korea
  4. the political scandal involving Richard Nixon during his presidency which led him to leave office
  5. president of the United States during the Cold War, assassinated in 1963
  6. document sent to England telling them the colonies were separating
  7. US policy of removing soldiers from Vietnam
  8. president that took office after Kennedy was assassinated in office during Vietnam war
  9. acts that target a specific country
  10. a wall that separated capitalist East Berlin from Communist West Berlin
  11. a trial against a president
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  1. the leader of Al-Quaeda during the 9/11 attacks
  2. an act by the government that allowed spying in order to catch terrorists
  3. rights that cannot be taken away
  4. party that believes in a strong government and individual ideas
  5. act passed by Obama during his presidency that helped people afford healthcare
  6. party that believes in a smaller government and more conservative views
  7. foreign policy used to control the spread of communism
  8. ideology who wants everyone to be completely equal
  9. North Atlantic treaty organization

20 Clues: Leader of North Koreaa trial against a presidentrights that cannot be taken awayNorth Atlantic treaty organizationacts that target a specific countrycommunist Cuban leader during the Cold WarUS policy of removing soldiers from Vietnamthe leader of Al-Quaeda during the 9/11 attacksideology who wants everyone to be completely equal...