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Fourth Grade Unit 6 Week 2 Jim Thorpes Bright Path
Words to Know dormitory manual reservation society boarding school endurance
the people of any particular time or place dormitory manual reservation boarding school society endurance society
done with the hands manual dormitory manual reservation boarding school society endurance
a building with many rooms in which people sleep dormitory manual reservation boarding school society endurance
land set aside by the government for a special purpose reservation dormitory manual reservation boarding school society endurance
power to last and to withstand hard wear endurance dormitory manual reservation boarding school society endurance
school with buildings where the pupils live during the school term boarding school dormitory manual reservation boarding school society endurance
Which means the same thing as the underlined word? Many colleges have dormitories for students whose homes are elsewhere. kitchen bedroom
Which means the same thing as the underlined word? The students were required to do three hours of manual labor every day. physical easy
Which means the same thing as the underlined word? The United States government removed Native Americans from their land and forced them to live on reservations. land apartments
Which means the same thing as the underlined word? Annie did not want to go away to boarding school, but that was the policy for Indian children in 1895. work dormitory
Which means the same thing as the underlined word? The school was supposed to teach them how to live in white society. community school
Which means the same thing as the underlined word? It takes great endurance to run a marathon. stamina power
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Fourth Grade Unit 6 Week 2 Jim Thorpe’s Bright Path.
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