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Laubusch WI Chap 5-2

Wisconsin Chapter 5-2 Vocabulary

A written agreement signed by two groups. Treaty
To learn by heart, by repeating over and over again. Memorize
Small blackboards that students wrote on. Slates
To say out loud. Recite
She wrote books about living in a log cabin about the "Little House." Laura Ingalls Wilder
One of the first people to do something. Pioneer
Made of logs, where the pioneers lived. Cabin
Laura Ingalls Wilder was born here. Pepin
A Sauk Indian Chief, he was not happy that his people had agreed to sell their land. Black Hawk
Used to haul family belongings to the new land. Wagon
Was the last large war between Indians and the settlers of Wisconsin. Black Hawk War
Created by: blaubusch