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19-5 Farming

sod house house built of soil held together by grass roots
sod buster farmer on the Great Plains in late 1800s
cooperative group of farmers who pool their money to buy seeds and tools wholesale
wholesale buying or selling something in large quantities at lower prices
inflation a rise in prices and a decrease in the value of money
speculators someone takes a risks for profit
mexicanos south west/ Spanish speakings population
anglos white settlers
boomers people who wanted Oklahoma land
sooners people who entered Oklahoma early
wind millls used 2 pump water 2 surface
Americas Bread Basket a.k.a Great Plains
law supply + demand determines prices
secret ballot voting in private did not exist