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ATS-History 7

Qtr 1 Test

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WB The climate of the Great Plains consists of low ___________ and frequent ____________. rainfall dust storms
WB American Indians were forced to ___________ from their traditional homelands onto ____________. relocate reservations
WB Because of new technologies, people began to see the Great Plains not as a ____________ but as a vast area to be ____________. treeless wasteland settled
WB The reduction of the ____________ population caused many American Indians to ____________ into the western culture. buffalo assimilate
WB The Great Plains can be described as having ____________ that gradually rise from the east to ____________. flatlands west
WB Former enslaved African Americans journeyed west in hopes of finding a new ____________. beginning
WB American Indian homelands were reduced because of broken ____________. treaties
WORD BANK beginning rainfall settled treaties buffalo relocate reservations "dust storms" west flatlands "treeless wasteland" assimilate WORD BANK beginning rainfall settled treaties buffalo relocate reservations "dust storms" west flatlands "treeless wasteland" assimilate
This person was a fierce and brave Apache who fled to Mexico and staged raids against incoming white settlers. Sitting Bull Chief Joseph Geronimo Geronimo
This person was the Nez Perce leader who resisted forced relocation by leading his people towards Canada. Sitting Bull Chief Joseph Geronimo Chief Joseph
He was the Lakota spiritual leader who led his people across the Plains in opposition to westwad expansion. Sitting Bull Chief Joseph Geronimo Sitting Bull
Detroit is still famous today due to this particular industry that was developed here. automotive
Chicago was the area where this specialized industry was developed at. meat packing
Pittsburgh is where this type of industry was developed at. steel
This particular industry was developed in New England. textile
This amendment ensures all citizens the right to vote regardless of race, color, or previous condition of servitude. What was the 15th amendment about
This amendment bans slavery in the U.S. and all of its territories. What was the 13th amendment about
This amendment grants citizenship to all persons born in the U.S. and guarantees them equal protection under the law. What was the 14th amendment about
This amendment prohibits the manufacture, sale, and transport of alcoholic beverages. What was the 18th amendment about
This amendment guarantees women the right to vote. What was the 19th amendment about
Give 5 Reasons for Increased Western Expansion -Opportunities for land ownership -New beginning for former enslaved African Americans -Desire for adventure -Possibility of wealth by discovering of gold & silver -Technological advances,including the Transcontinental RR
Give 4 Reasons for Increased Immigration -Hope for better opportunities in America -Desire for adventure -Desire for religious freedom -Escape from opressive governments
This American Indian fled to Mexico, rather than remain on a reservation, and led raids against American settlers. Geronimo
Name the agency that was created during Reconstruction to aid former enslaved African Americans in the South. Freedman's Bureau
What was the most important thing that advances in transportation allowed to us? finished products could now reach national markets more easily
What did the Jim Crow law make legal in many communities and states? discrimination practices primarily against African Americans
Name an important legacy that Robert E. Lee left behind. He became president of Washington College, which is now known as Washington and Lee University
There were many reasons why cities grew and developed. Name a reason The rise of agricultural needs to meet the demands of a growing population
What is the 13th amendment about? This amendment bans slavery in the U.S. and all of its territories.
What is the 14th amendment about? This amendment grants citizenship to all persons born in the U.S. and guarantees them equal protection under the law.
What is the 15th amendment about? This amendment ensures all citizens the right to vote regardless of race, color, or previous condition of servitude.
What is the 18th amendment about? This amendment prohibits the manufacture, sale, and transport of alcoholic beverages.
What is the 19th amendment about? This amendment guarantees women the right to vote.
Important Areas: Massachusetts Important Cities: Region: Boston North East
Important Areas: Utah Important Cities: Region: Salt Lake City Rockies
Important State: Illinois Important Cities: Region: Chicago MidWest
Important State: Georgia Important Cities: Region: Atlanta South East
Important State: Washington Important Cities: Region: Seattle Pacific
Important State: Texas Important Cities: Region: San Antonio South West
Important State: Alaska Important Cities: Region: Juneau Non Contiguous
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