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US History Chapter 6

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1. cash crop crops which were grown to be sold for cash
2. Farmers' Alliance Texas farmers began to organize and to negotiate as a group for lower prices for supplies
3. Civil Rights Act of 1875 guaranteed black patrons the right to ride trains and use public facilities
4. reservation specific areas set aside by the government for the Indians' use
5. Sand Creek Massacre spawned another round of warfare as Plains Indians joined forces to repel white settlement
6. Battle of the Little Big Horn Crazy Horse led the charge killing Custer and all of his men
7. Wounded Knee tragic end of the Ghost Dance War sealed the Indians' demise
8. assimilate adopting the culture and civilization of whites
9. Dawes General Allotment Act replaced the reservation system with an allotment system
10. vigilante self-appointed law enforcers
11. transcontinental railroad a rail link between the East and the West
12. land grant giving builders wide stretches of land
13. open range system property was not fenced in
14. Homestead Act in 1862, the government offered farm plots of 160 acres to anyone willing to live on the land for five years
15. Exodusters Benjamin Singleton founded this group, leading the blacks out of bondage
Created by: abullard3