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Homestead Act and Homesteading Jeopardy Begin
1 st Homesteader The Homestead Act HomesteadingMore Homestead Act Potpourri
Geography SymbolsHistoryNotable Nebraskans Potpourri
Name of first homesteader Answer Home
City and state of the first homesteader’s claim site Answer Home
He was an army scout for which army AnswerHome
Claim filing date Answer Home
Which national monument is now on the site of the first claim Answer Home
President who signed the Homestead Act Answer Home
Year the Homestead Act was signed Answer Home
Number of acres in a claim Answer Home
Number of years you needed to live on your claim to own it Answer Home
Developing a claim by building a house and farming it for five years was required to ….. Answer Home
Homes made of dirt and grass bricks were called …. Answer Home
Fuel used by homesteaders for warmth and cooking Answer Home
They came from Germany, Scandinavia, Ireland to settle in Nebraska Answer Home
Long periods of dry weather is called a ……. Answer Home
Homesteader’s crops were eaten by these Answer Home
The last year the Homestead Act was available in the 48 original states Answer Home
The year the last claim was made Answer Home
State where the last claim was made Answer Home
Place where the Homestead Act document is kept Answer Home
Number of states homesteaded Answer Home
The last woman homesteader Answer Home
One of two crops grown by most homesteaders Answer Home
Famous photographer; took pictures of sod houses Answer Home
Age a person needed to be to make a claim Answer Home
Daniel Freeman Home
Where many of the Indians were forced to move Answer Home
Daniel Freeman Home
Beatrice, Nebraska Home
Union Army Home
January 1, 1863 Home
Homestead National Monument of America Home
Abraham Lincoln Home
160 acres Home
5 years Home
Prove Up Home
Buffalo or bison chips Home
The National Archives in Washington D.C. Home
Elizabeth Smith Home
Corn and wheat Home
Solomon Butcher Home
21 years old or the head of the household Home
Answer Indians were forced to move here when the homesteaders arrived
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