The History of the Civil War and Its Impact on the United States

  1. 2. The characteristic spirit or attitudes of a community, people, or system.
  2. 5. A period of time in history or a person's life, typically marked by notable events or characteristics.
  3. 7. A person who is between 80 and 89 years old.
  4. 9. Relating to the cultivation of land and farming.
  5. 10. A powerful whirlpool or a scene or state of confused and violent movement or upheaval.
  6. 13. Outstandingly bad or shocking.
  7. 15. The action or process of reconstructing or being reconstructed, especially after significant destruction or change.
  1. 1. Making something continue indefinitely.
  2. 3. Impossible to defeat or discourage.
  3. 4. Laws enforcing racial segregation in the U.S. South between the end of Reconstruction in 1877 and the Civil Rights Movement's beginnings in the 1950s.
  4. 6. Able to be touched or felt, often referring to an atmosphere or feeling that seems tangible.
  5. 8. Continuous firing of artillery.
  6. 11. Something widely feared as a possible unpleasant or dangerous occurrence.
  7. 12. Making a loud, confused noise; uproarious.
  8. 14. Pertaining to a period following a war, especially the American Civil War.