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wc7 great plains

Settlement of Great Plains

Great Plains area in the Midwest region of the United States characterized by flatlands, grassy plains, and a dry, windy climate
eroded washed away by wind and water
adaptation change made to something so it becomes more suitable
steel plow tool with a heavy blade used to break up soil
windmill wind-powered machine used to get water from the ground
barbed wire wire fencing with spikes used to keep cattle from escaping
dry farming farming method used in climates with little rainfall
sod house house made of sod, grass, and mud
beef cattle raising the keeping and selling of cattle for meat
climate the weather in an area over a period of time
technologies products or tools used for a given purpose
invention a design, method, or technique developed through study and experiments
Created by: cbrill