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Texas History

Review for EOC

Depression a period of low economic activity and high unemployment
reservations land set aside by the government for use by Native Americans
interest the price for the use of borrowed money
strike a work stoppage to force an employer to meet certain demands
irrigation an artificial way to supply water to land
secede to withdraw from something, such as a nation
abolitionist a person who wanted to end slavery
economy the process or system by which good and services are produced, sold and bought in a country or region
unionist people loyal to the Union during the American Civil War
reconstruction the federal government's plan to restore the South to the Union after the Civil War
Amendment formal changes to a document
suffrage The right to vote
neutral not taking a side
centennial the festival in 1936 marking 100 years since Texas had declared its freedom from Mexico
drought long periods in which rain falls at a much lower rate than usual and may cause severe damage to crops
Created by: srader