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4.factors of production owned by individuals
6.allowed the cattle business to flourish by providing a route to a shipping yard in Abilene, Kansas
9.slaughter of 300 unarmed Native Americans that marked the end of the Indian wars in 1890
10.The Great Strike of 1877 took place
13.To refuse to buy certain goods
14.The branch of government that makes laws
17.One company controls all factors of production
18.Factors of Production owned by corporations
19.Labor union leader
21.railroad-car mogul who built a town to house his employees
23.plan that sought to abolish Native Americans’ traditional cultures
24.Buying out raw materials produces and distributors
26.A railroad that crosses the entire country
28.share of a corporation
29.Scottish immigrant who made a fortune in steel and donated most of his profits
34.the first African-American U.S. senator
35.companies owned by shareholders
37.made it possible to construct skyscrapers
39.The branch of government that enforces the laws
41.Process in which companies producing similar products merge
45.law that allowed white settlers to take much of the land set aside for Native Americans
46.Changed the Constitution to allow African American citizenship
48.opened the way for worldwide communications with invention of the telephone
50.Amendment to the Constitution that gave blacks the right to vote
51.Elevators and steel supports helped make this land-save possible
52.White Southerner who joined the Republican Party
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1.Democratic candidate for president in 1876 who won the popular vote but lost the election
2.This term is used to refer to any system of separating people on the basis of race
3.These pioneer aviators helped make airmail possible
5.Where the Central Pacific and Union Pacific railroads met
6.Northerner who moved to the South after the war
7.provided warmth but no protection from snakes and insects
8.1868 treaty in which the Sioux agreed to live on a reservation
11.Period of rebuilding the nation after the Civil War
12.This is the vast grassland extending through the west-central portion of the United States.
13.Set of amendments passed to protect individual rights
15.Name of union led by Gompers
16.This colonel’s bad judgment in attacking Native American warriors at the Little Bighorn River resulted in his death and that of all his troops.
18.Signaled an end to Reconstruction
20.Laws enacted in many Southern states that discriminated against African Americans
22.offered 160 acres of land free to any head of household
25.System in which landowners leased a few acres of land to farmworkers in return for a portion of their crops
27.African-American settlers in the West
30.gave federal land to the states to help finance agricultural colleges
31.marked the end of the wars between the federal government and the Plains Indians
32.Republican who became president in 1876 through a deal between Party leaders
33.This leader of the Hunkpapa Sioux never signed the Treaty of Fort Laramie. He helped to defeat the U.S. Army at the Little Bighorn, toured in Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Show for awhile, encouraged the Ghost Dance movement, and was eventually killed during an attempt by reservation police to arrest him.
36.created trusts and was criticized as a robber baron while serving as head of the Standard Oil Companycreated trusts and was criticized as a robber baron while serving as head of the Standard Oil Company
38.Constitutional Amendment that freed the slaves
40.perfected the incandescent light bulb
42.Legal process to formally charge the president with misconduct in office
43.This ritual was supposed to restore the Native American way of life.
44.developed a cheap and effective manufacturing process for making steel
47.The branch of government that interprets the laws and the Constitution
49.president who favored the lenient Ten-Percent Plan for Reconstruction

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