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SS Vocabulary Chapters 4 A & B
Someone who is looking for gold or silver
A person living on land granted by the government
A factory where metals, fuels, and other materials are cleaned and made into usable products
A public announcement that tells people about a product or an opportunity
A trip made by ranchers to lead cattle to market
A time of fast economic growth. There’s money to be made.
A time of fast economic decline (There’s no more money to be made)
An unfair feeling of hate or dislike for members of a certain group of people because of their background, race, or religion
A voting method in which no one knows how anyone else voted
The practice of keeping people in separate groups based on race or culture
A verdict of not guilty
Land on which livestock can graze freely
A system of working the land in which the worker is paid with a share of the crop
People who came from northern and western Europe to settle in the United States
The time after the Civil War during which the South was rebuilt
A poorly built apartment building
A rule or law
A Northerner who moved to the South to take part in Reconstruction government (they were mostly there to make money)
Laws limiting the rights of former slaves in the South
People who came from southern and central Europe and other parts of the world after 1880 to settle in the United States
To murder a leader by sudden or secret attack
An area of land set aside by the government for use only by Native Americans
The railway line that crossed the US
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