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Chapter 5 - KH


Amend to alter, change, or to add
Armory a storehouse for arms
Broadside something, such as n advertisement or public notice, that is printed on a large piece of paper.
Charter a document issued by the government, creating a public or privatr corporation
Guerrilla a member of an irregular military unit operating in small bands occupied territory to harass
Inalienable incapable of being alienated, surrendered, or transferred
Ordinance a local law
Reminiscence a narration of past experinces
Representative Government a form of government in which the citizens delegate authority to elected represenitives
Revenue income of a government for the payment of the public expenses
Secede to withdraw from an organization
Segregate to separate by race : to keep apart
Squatter to settle on an occupied land without legal claim
Veto to reject a bill from becoming a law
Black Kettle
Cyrus K. Holliday
John James Ingalls
James Lane Senator sent to protect the union
Abraham Lincoln
Julia Louisa Lovejoy
Sterling Price
William C. Quantrill
Charles Robinson
Medicine Lodge
Fort Leavenworth
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