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History Chapter 13: Tropical Africa and Asia
Urdu
Timbuktu
tropics
Ibn Battuta
A Persian-influenced literary form of Hindi written in Arabic…
City on the Niger River in the modern country of Mali. It was…
Equatorial region between the Tropic of Cancer and the Tropic…
Moroccan Muslim scholar, the most widely traveled individual…
Urdu
A Persian-influenced literary form of Hindi written in Arabic…
Timbuktu
City on the Niger River in the modern country of Mali. It was…
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AP world history chapter 13 (tropical Africa and Asia, 1200-1500.)
Ibn Battuta
Tropics
Monsoon
Delhi Sultanate
Moroccan Muslim scholar, the most widely traveled of his time…
Equatorial region between the Tropic of Cancer and Capricorn.…
Seasonal winds in the Indian Ocean caused by differences betw…
Centralized Indian empire of varying extent, created by Musli…
Ibn Battuta
Moroccan Muslim scholar, the most widely traveled of his time…
Tropics
Equatorial region between the Tropic of Cancer and Capricorn.…
Chapter 13 World History (Tropical Africa and Asia, 1200-1500.)
Ibn Battuta
Tropics
Monsoon
Delhi Sultanate
Moroccan Muslim scholar, the most widely traveled of his time…
Equatorial region between the Tropic of Cancer and Capricorn.…
Seasonal winds in the Indian Ocean caused by differences betw…
Centralized Indian empire of varying extent, created by Musli…
Ibn Battuta
Moroccan Muslim scholar, the most widely traveled of his time…
Tropics
Equatorial region between the Tropic of Cancer and Capricorn.…
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World History: Chapter 13-Early African Societies
3000 B.C.E-700 C.E.
320-340
639-642
700-1750
Bantu migrations
Establishment of Christianity in Ethiopia
Islamic conquest of Egypt
Construction of Great Zimbabwe
3000 B.C.E-700 C.E.
Bantu migrations
320-340
Establishment of Christianity in Ethiopia
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History Chapter 13-1 Rise of African civilization
Axum
Dhow
Pateau
Sunni Ali
Is the city state that owed its power to bits location on the…
The sailboat invented by Arab traders
An area of high flat land
Stormed in to Timbuktu and drove out the Berbers
Axum
Is the city state that owed its power to bits location on the…
Dhow
The sailboat invented by Arab traders
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History Chapter 13-3 African society and culture
Dahia al-Kahina
Oral history
Matrilineal
Nzinga
Queen who led the fight against the Muslim invasion of her co…
Stories passed down mouth from generation to generation
Tracing family descent through mothers rather than fathers
Queen who spent 40 years battling Portuguese slave taders
Dahia al-Kahina
Queen who led the fight against the Muslim invasion of her co…
Oral history
Stories passed down mouth from generation to generation
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history chapter 13 vocab africans and the americas
savannas
tropical rain forests
jungle
linguists
vast areas of relatively dry grassland
forested regions receiving more than 100 inches of annual rai…
thick growth of plants found in a tropical rain forest
scholars who study language
savannas
vast areas of relatively dry grassland
tropical rain forests
forested regions receiving more than 100 inches of annual rai…
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World History: Chapter 13: Ghana: A West African Trading Empire
Who was the king of Ghana the head of?
Who had the final say in the matters o…
The king was very wealthy because he c…
What two groups helped the king govern?
The army
The king
The gold trade
Officials and Governers
Who was the king of Ghana the head of?
The army
Who had the final say in the matters o…
The king
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AP World History Chapter 13: Tropical Africa and Asia, 1200-1500 Vocabulary
tropics
Ibn Battuta
monsoon
Delhi Sultanate
Equatorial region between the Tropic of Cancer and the Tropic…
Moroccan Muslim scholar, the most widely traveled individual…
Seasonal winds in the Indian Ocean caused by the differences…
Centralized Indian empire of varying extent, created by Musli…
tropics
Equatorial region between the Tropic of Cancer and the Tropic…
Ibn Battuta
Moroccan Muslim scholar, the most widely traveled individual…
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World History: Chapter 13: Ghana: A West African Trading Empire
Who was the king of Ghana the head of?
Who had the final say in the matters o…
The king was very wealthy because he c…
What two groups helped the king govern?
The army
The king
The gold trade
Officials and Governers
Who was the king of Ghana the head of?
The army
Who had the final say in the matters o…
The king
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8th Grade History Chapter 13 - Early African Civilizations
rifts
sub-Saharan Africa
Sahel
savannah
a long, deep valley formed by the movement of the earth's cru…
Africa south of the Sahara
a semiarid region in Africa just south of the Sahara that sep…
an open grassland with scattered trees.
rifts
a long, deep valley formed by the movement of the earth's cru…
sub-Saharan Africa
Africa south of the Sahara
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World History: Chapter 13: Ghana: A West African Trading Empire
Who was the king of Ghana the head of?
Who had the final say in the matters o…
The king was very wealthy because he c…
What did the officals do?
Everything
The king
The gold trade
They were in charge of the armed forces, industry, tax collec…
Who was the king of Ghana the head of?
Everything
Who had the final say in the matters o…
The king
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World History: Chapter 13: Ghana: A West African Trading Empire
What was one way the king of Ghana mai…
Who had the final say in the matters o…
The king was very wealthy because he c…
Who would inherit the throne after a k…
He was the head of the army
The king
The gold trade
His heir (the son of the kings sister)
What was one way the king of Ghana mai…
He was the head of the army
Who had the final say in the matters o…
The king
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World History: Chapter 13: Ghana: A West African Trading Empire
Who was the king of Ghana the head of?
Who had the final say in the matters o…
The king was very wealthy because he c…
What two groups helped the king govern?
The army
The king
The gold trade
Officials and Governers
Who was the king of Ghana the head of?
The army
Who had the final say in the matters o…
The king
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Chamberlain: History Chapter 13 Test (Russia, Siberia and Asian Empires)
What empire became the world's largest…
Solf gold
What was Russia's issue?
Russian authorities demanded an _____…
The Russian empire
fur bearing animals
protection and security
oath of allegiance
What empire became the world's largest…
The Russian empire
Solf gold
fur bearing animals
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African Americans, A Concise History Chapter 13 Exam Answers
The Whitecaps were a...
Which of the following issues had begu…
Why were education and social welfare…
The federal trials of indicted Klansme…
militant terrorist organization in the South
veteran's pensions
Whole systems had to be put in place, which was difficult and…
were fewer than arrests because the federal government could…
The Whitecaps were a...
militant terrorist organization in the South
Which of the following issues had begu…
veteran's pensions
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US HISTORY CHAPTER 13 WOMEN, AFRICAN AMERICANS AND WWII, OTHER MINORITIES AND WWII studied
___ women were involved in WWII
women appointed to duty in the army an…
as nurses or had to take jobs on the h…
propaganda character who encouraged wo…
250,000
WAC'S and WAVES
Many women served
Rosie the Riveter
___ women were involved in WWII
250,000
women appointed to duty in the army an…
WAC'S and WAVES
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6th Grade History Chapter 13 - Early African Civilizations
rifts
sub-Saharan Africa
Sahel
savannah
a long, deep valley formed by the movement of the earth's cru…
Africa south of the Sahara
a semiarid region in Africa just south of the Sahara that sep…
an open grassland with scattered trees.
rifts
a long, deep valley formed by the movement of the earth's cru…
sub-Saharan Africa
Africa south of the Sahara
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Combo with "World History: Chapter 13: Ghana: A West African Trading Empire" and 1 other
Who was the king of Ghana the head of?
Who had the final say in the matters o…
The king was very wealthy because he c…
What two groups helped the king govern?
The army
The king
The gold trade
Officials and Governers
Who was the king of Ghana the head of?
The army
Who had the final say in the matters o…
The king
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AP World History world civilizations 7th edition chapter 13 African civilizations and the spread of Islam
Stateless societies
Ifriqiya
Maghrib
Almohadids
African societies organized around kinship or other forms of…
The Arabic term for eastern north Africa
The Arabic word for western north Africa
A reformist movement among the Islamic Berbers of Northern Af…
Stateless societies
African societies organized around kinship or other forms of…
Ifriqiya
The Arabic term for eastern north Africa
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Combo with "Combo with "World History: Chapter 13: Ghana: A West African Trading Empire" and 1 other" and 1 other
Who was the king of Ghana the head of?
Who had the final say in the matters o…
The king was very wealthy because he c…
What two groups helped the king govern?
The army
The king
The gold trade
Officials and Governers
Who was the king of Ghana the head of?
The army
Who had the final say in the matters o…
The king
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Chapter 13 of world history Mcdougal Holt book; Early african civilizations pg 839 1a-3a
How did the silent barter system work?
Who was Tunka Manin?
What did Ghana's kings do with the mon…
Why did the ruler of Ghana not want ev…
people were able to exchange goods without contacting each ot…
A king of Ghana at it's peak.
They build powerful armies.
To ensure that the king was richer than his subjects
How did the silent barter system work?
people were able to exchange goods without contacting each ot…
Who was Tunka Manin?
A king of Ghana at it's peak.
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Chapter 13: Early African Civilizations
savannah
rain forest
extended family
animism
an open grassland with scattered trees
a moist, densely wooded area that contains many different pla…
a family group that includes the father, mother, children, an…
the belief that bodies of water, animals, trees, and other na…
savannah
an open grassland with scattered trees
rain forest
a moist, densely wooded area that contains many different pla…
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Chapter 13 Early African Civilizations
Niger River
extended
spirits
animism
The geographical feature that allowed many people to live in…
West Africans were loyal to their age sets, and they lived wi…
Many West Africans believed that the _____ of their ancestors…
A common West African belief was _____ - the belief that bodi…
Niger River
The geographical feature that allowed many people to live in…
extended
West Africans were loyal to their age sets, and they lived wi…
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Chapter 13 Study Guide
Al Capone
Amelia Earhart
Clarence Darrow
Duke Ellington
Mob leader in Chicago nicknamed "Scarface".
She was a pilot that became a national hero for flying nonsto…
He was the defense attorney in the Scopes Trial
African American jazz musician who was very famous and celebr…
Al Capone
Mob leader in Chicago nicknamed "Scarface".
Amelia Earhart
She was a pilot that became a national hero for flying nonsto…
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Chapter 13 American History Vocabulary
frontier
folk art
spiritual
John J. Audubon
Land not yet settled by people. ... A line or border separating…
art made by ordinary people
a religious folk song of African American origin
Naturalist who painted birds in their natural habitat. Wrote…
frontier
Land not yet settled by people. ... A line or border separating…
folk art
art made by ordinary people
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Chapter 13 Early African Empires
Rifts
Sub-Saharan Africa
Savannah
Rain forests
Long, deep valleys formed by the movement of the earth's crust.
Anywhere in Africa below the Sahara desert. Its religions, cu…
a tropical or subtropical grassland containing scattered tree…
A rain forest is a wet area, usually warm, where tall trees,…
Rifts
Long, deep valleys formed by the movement of the earth's crust.
Sub-Saharan Africa
Anywhere in Africa below the Sahara desert. Its religions, cu…
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Chapter 13 - A Growing Sense of Nationhood
frontier
capitalism
American System
folk art
A zone where no state exercises complete political control.
refers to an economic system in which the productive resource…
-Set of proposals designed to unify the nation and strengthen…
Art and craft objects made by people who have not been formal…
frontier
A zone where no state exercises complete political control.
capitalism
refers to an economic system in which the productive resource…
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Chapter 13 The Age of Exploration
conquistador
colony
mercantilism
balance of trade
A Spanish conqueror of the Americas
A new settlement or territory established and governed by a c…
An economic policy under which nations sought to increase the…
the difference between a country's total exports and total im…
conquistador
A Spanish conqueror of the Americas
colony
A new settlement or territory established and governed by a c…
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US History Chapter 13
Populist Party
Farmer's Alliance
Assimilation
Dawes Act
Party of the people. Became the Democratic Party. Believed th…
Groups of farmers or those supporting farmers who sent lectur…
A minority groups adoption of the way of life of dominant cul…
Law enacted in 1887 intended to "Americanize" Native American…
Populist Party
Party of the people. Became the Democratic Party. Believed th…
Farmer's Alliance
Groups of farmers or those supporting farmers who sent lectur…
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Chapter 13 : Kingdoms & States of Medieval Africa Terms
Plateau
Lineage Group
Matrilineal
Diviner
A relatively high , flat land area.
An extended family unit that has combined into a larger commu…
Tracing lineage through the mother rather than the father.
A person who is believed to have the power to foretell events.
Plateau
A relatively high , flat land area.
Lineage Group
An extended family unit that has combined into a larger commu…
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The Americans - Chapter 13 - The Roaring Twenties
prohibition
speakeasies
bootleggers
fundamentalism
the manufacture, sale, and transportation of alcoholic bevera…
hidden saloons and nightclubs so called because when inside o…
smugglers who brought in liquor illegally from Canada, Cuba,…
Protestant Christians who believe in a literal, or non-symbol…
prohibition
the manufacture, sale, and transportation of alcoholic bevera…
speakeasies
hidden saloons and nightclubs so called because when inside o…
Chapter 13 Vocabulary - North & South (1820-1860)
Clipper Ship
Telegraph
Morse Code
Trade Union
A fast sailing ship with slender lines, tall masts, and large…
A device or system that uses electric signals to transmit mes…
A system for transmitting messages that uses a series of dots…
Organization of workers with the same trade or skill
Clipper Ship
A fast sailing ship with slender lines, tall masts, and large…
Telegraph
A device or system that uses electric signals to transmit mes…
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Chapter 13 - Explorers
Hernan Cortes
Vasco Da Gama
Christopher Columbus
Ferdinand Magellan
The Spanish conqueror of Mexico
A Portuguese explorer who discovered spices
Believed that he could reach Asia by sailing west instead of…
A Spanish Explorer who was known as the first for traveling t…
Hernan Cortes
The Spanish conqueror of Mexico
Vasco Da Gama
A Portuguese explorer who discovered spices
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Chapter 13 - The Civil War (1861-65)
Jefferson Davis
Lincoln's 1st Inaugural
Fort Sumter
Anaconda Plan
An American statesman and politician who served as President…
he rejected the right to secession but denied any intention o…
Federal fort in the harbor of Charleston, South Carolina; the…
A key point in the Union's war strategy was encircling the So…
Jefferson Davis
An American statesman and politician who served as President…
Lincoln's 1st Inaugural
he rejected the right to secession but denied any intention o…
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Chapter 13 - The Civil War (1861-65)
Election of 1860
Abraham Lincoln
Confederate States of America
Jefferson Davis
Lincoln, the Republican candidate, won because the Democratic…
American leader whose election in 1860 led the Southern State…
(1860) A group of eight Southern states that seceded from the…
An American statesman and politician who served as President…
Election of 1860
Lincoln, the Republican candidate, won because the Democratic…
Abraham Lincoln
American leader whose election in 1860 led the Southern State…
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Chapter 13 - The Civil War (1861-65)
Election of 1860
Abraham Lincoln
Confederate States of America
Jefferson Davis
Lincoln, the Republican candidate, won because the Democratic…
American leader whose election in 1860 led the Southern State…
(1860) A group of eight Southern states that seceded from the…
An American statesman and politician who served as President…
Election of 1860
Lincoln, the Republican candidate, won because the Democratic…
Abraham Lincoln
American leader whose election in 1860 led the Southern State…
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Chapter 13 - The Civil War (1861-65)
Election of 1860
Abraham Lincoln
Confederate States of America
Jefferson Davis
Lincoln, the Republican candidate, won because the Democratic…
American leader whose election in 1860 led the Southern State…
(1860) A group of eight Southern states that seceded from the…
An American statesman and politician who served as President…
Election of 1860
Lincoln, the Republican candidate, won because the Democratic…
Abraham Lincoln
American leader whose election in 1860 led the Southern State…
24 terms
Chapter 13 - The Civil War (1861-65)
Election of 1860
Abraham Lincoln
Confederate States of America
Jefferson Davis
Lincoln, the Republican candidate, won because the Democratic…
American leader whose election in 1860 led the Southern State…
(1860) A group of eight Southern states that seceded from the…
An American statesman and politician who served as President…
Election of 1860
Lincoln, the Republican candidate, won because the Democratic…
Abraham Lincoln
American leader whose election in 1860 led the Southern State…
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Chapter 13 Vocabulary
Rifts
sub-Saharan Africa
Sahel
Savannah
Long deep valleys formed by the movement of the Earth's crust
Africa south of the Sahara desert
A strip of land with little rainfall that divides the desert…
Open grassland with scattered trees
Rifts
Long deep valleys formed by the movement of the Earth's crust
sub-Saharan Africa
Africa south of the Sahara desert
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AP World- Chapter 13
Akbar
Aurangzeb
Columbian exchange
Constantinople, 1453
The most famous emperor of India's Mughal Empire (1556-1605);…
Mughal emperor (1658-1707) who reversed his predecessors' pol…
The massive transatlantic interaction and exchange between th…
Constantinople, the capital and almost the only outpost left…
Akbar
The most famous emperor of India's Mughal Empire (1556-1605);…
Aurangzeb
Mughal emperor (1658-1707) who reversed his predecessors' pol…
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Chapter 13 - The Civil War (1861-65)
Election of 1860
Abraham Lincoln
Confederate States of America
Jefferson Davis
Lincoln, the Republican candidate, won because the Democratic…
American leader whose election in 1860 led the Southern State…
(1860) A group of eight Southern states that seceded from the…
An American statesman and politician who served as President…
Election of 1860
Lincoln, the Republican candidate, won because the Democratic…
Abraham Lincoln
American leader whose election in 1860 led the Southern State…
24 terms
Chapter 13 - The Civil War (1861-65)
Election of 1860
Abraham Lincoln
Confederate States of America
Jefferson Davis
Lincoln, the Republican candidate, won because the Democratic…
American leader whose election in 1860 led the Southern State…
(1860) A group of eight Southern states that seceded from the…
An American statesman and politician who served as President…
Election of 1860
Lincoln, the Republican candidate, won because the Democratic…
Abraham Lincoln
American leader whose election in 1860 led the Southern State…
24 terms
Chapter 13 - The Civil War (1861-65)
Election of 1860
Abraham Lincoln
Confederate States of America
Jefferson Davis
Lincoln, the Republican candidate, won because the Democratic…
American leader whose election in 1860 led the Southern State…
(1860) A group of eight Southern states that seceded from the…
An American statesman and politician who served as President…
Election of 1860
Lincoln, the Republican candidate, won because the Democratic…
Abraham Lincoln
American leader whose election in 1860 led the Southern State…
24 terms
Chapter 13 - The Civil War (1861-65)
Election of 1860
Abraham Lincoln
Confederate States of America
Jefferson Davis
Abraham Lincoln, the Republican candidate, was elected presid…
American leader whose election in 1860 led the Southern State…
(1860) A group of Southern states that seceded from the Union…
President of the Confederate States of America for its entire…
Election of 1860
Abraham Lincoln, the Republican candidate, was elected presid…
Abraham Lincoln
American leader whose election in 1860 led the Southern State…
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Chapter 13 Civil War
Election of 1860
Abraham Lincoln
Confederate States of America
Jefferson Davis
Lincoln, the Republican candidate, won because the Democratic…
16th President of the United States saved the Union during th…
A republic formed in February of 1861 and composed of the ele…
President of the Confederate States of America
Election of 1860
Lincoln, the Republican candidate, won because the Democratic…
Abraham Lincoln
16th President of the United States saved the Union during th…
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Chapter 13 (The South)
cotton gin
planters
cotton belt
factors
machine that removes seeds from short-staple cotton
large-scale farmers who owned more than 20 slaves
area of high cotton production extending from Texas to Virginia
crop brokers that manage cotton trade
cotton gin
machine that removes seeds from short-staple cotton
planters
large-scale farmers who owned more than 20 slaves
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US History Chapter 13 Vocab
Franklin D. Roosevelt
Eleanor Roosevelt
New Deal
fireside chat
32nd US President - He began New Deal programs to help the na…
FDR's Wife and New Deal supporter. Was a great supporter of c…
programs and legislation enacted by Franklin D. Roosevelt dur…
informal radio broadcasts in which FDR explained issues and N…
Franklin D. Roosevelt
32nd US President - He began New Deal programs to help the na…
Eleanor Roosevelt
FDR's Wife and New Deal supporter. Was a great supporter of c…
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History Alive: The Ancient World - Chapter 13 INDIA
Brahmaputra River, Deccan Plateau, Eas…
monsoon
The Brahmaputra River
Deccan plateau
What are the 8 physical features of India?
What is a large wind that brings heavy rain?
What river that makes the land fertile for farming meets the…
What is an elevated flat area of land that provides Granite r…
Brahmaputra River, Deccan Plateau, Eas…
What are the 8 physical features of India?
monsoon
What is a large wind that brings heavy rain?
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American history II - chapter 13
Oliver Hudson Kelly
Grange
Sitting Bull
George Armstrong Custer
started the Patrons of Husbandry, an organization for farmers…
An organization of farmers in the Great Plains created in 186…
A Hunkpapa Lakota Sioux holy man who led his people as a trib…
(1839-76), US cavalry officer. He served with distinction dur…
Oliver Hudson Kelly
started the Patrons of Husbandry, an organization for farmers…
Grange
An organization of farmers in the Great Plains created in 186…
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