US History

  1. 2. Abolitionist and Underground Railroad conductor who helped enslaved individuals escape to freedom
  2. 7. Trade route connecting Missouri to Santa Fe, fostering economic ties
  3. 9. Individuals who take financial risks to start and operate businesses
  4. 13. Seventh President of the United States, known for his role in expanding suffrage but also criticized for policies like the Indian Removal Act
  5. 15. Forced removal of Native American tribes, particularly the Cherokee, from their ancestral lands to designated territories
  6. 18. Migration route to the western US during the 19th century
  7. 20. Conflict over territory and border disputes, leading to the acquisition of western lands
  8. 21. Agricultural innovation by John Deere, enhancing efficiency in soil cultivation
  9. 22. Artificial waterway connecting the Great Lakes to the Atlantic Ocean, boosting trade and transportation
  10. 23. Key figure in the Texas Revolution, later serving as the first president of the Republic of Texas
  11. 25. Loyalty to one's region rather than the nation as a whole, contributing to tensions in the US
  12. 29. Constitutional amendment granting women the right to vote
  13. 31. Known as the "Father of Texas," played a crucial role in the colonization of Texas
  14. 32. Prominent African American abolitionist, orator, and author
  15. 33. Period of mass migration to California in search of gold in the mid-19th century
  16. 34. Invention powering machinery and contributing to the Industrial Revolution
  17. 35. Devotion and loyalty to one's nation, often involving a sense of national pride
  18. 36. Influential suffragist and key figure in the women's rights movement, co-organized the Seneca Falls Convention
  1. 1. Economic system based on private ownership and free market principles
  2. 3. Period of significant economic, technological, and social change, marked by industrial growth
  3. 4. Process of population concentration in urban areas due to industrialization and other factors
  4. 5. Treaty ending the Mexican-American War, ceding territories to the US
  5. 6. Refers to people of African descent in the United States, often associated with struggles for civil rights
  6. 8. Socialmovement advocating for reduced or prohibited alcohol consumption
  7. 10. Belief that the US was destined to expand across North America
  8. 11. US foreign policy stating opposition to European interference in the Americas
  9. 12. Industrial production method where goods are manufactured on a large scale in factories
  10. 14. 11th President of the US, known for territorial expansion during his presidency
  11. 16. Communication device using electrical signals over wires, revolutionizing long-distance communication
  12. 17. Acquisition of additional land from Mexico for the purpose of a southern transcontinental railroad route
  13. 19. Economic plan promoting protective tariffs, national bank, and internal improvements, championed by Henry Clay
  14. 24. Abolitionist and editor of the anti-slavery newspaper "The Liberator"
  15. 26. Invention by Eli Whitney that revolutionized cotton processing, impacting the Southern economy and increasing the demand for slave labor
  16. 27. Location of the first women's rights convention in 1848, led by Stanton and others
  17. 28. Legislation signed by Andrew Jackson in 1830, leading to the forced relocation of Native American tribes
  18. 30. Influential politician and advocate for the American System