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Study sets matching "history 6"
Study sets matching "history 6"
History 6 (Chapter 6)
The wild sheep of North America
The world's oldest known living tree
The largest land bird in North America
The world's tallest tree
History 6 (6.3)
Great Basin Desert
Great Salt Lake
The hottest, driest part of North America
The largest canyon in the world
The largest desert area in North America
The largest salt water lake in North America
History 6 Chapter
a machine which removed cotton seeds quickly and helped cotton…
people who spent much time trying to outlaw slavery
taxes imposed by the Federal Government on goods imported from…
warship covered with protective iron plates
Sir Wilfred Genfell
Russian word for forest
vast evergreen forest coverins much of Canada and parts of Ala…
famous missionary to Inuits
italy is a
it has a island of sicily to the
it is borderd by the
italy has two man reverser the
po and tiber
the narrow body of water that links the artic ocean to the Pac…
the setting in which certain types of plants and animals thrive
what is way of life
were did many indians stay
History 6 (ch. 7)
The first permanent European settlement in the New World
The colony founded by Sir Walter Raleigh and remembered today…
England defeated the ____________ Armada in 1588.
When Jamestown was founded
History Vocab Wk 6
arranged in a difficult way
to provide the means or ability to do something
all of the physical surroundings in a place, including land, w…
to create something secure and longstanding
abeka 6 history
a person who does something first preparing the way for others
the most famous pioneer of the colonel times
a narrow path through the thick forests and over mountians
History 6 chapter 10
Battle of Gettysburg
Turning point of the Civil War
The law which gave 160 acres of land to families settling in t…
A person opposed to slavery
A person who comes into a new country to live
A drug that prevents pain during surgery.
the process of taking over and consolidating land formerly sha…
"Father of the Industrial Revolution".and inventor of the stea…
used coal instead of charcoal to smelt iron, or separate iron…
History 6 chapter 12
United States, Great Britain, France, G…
Mary McLeod Bethune
The five major world powers
Was the life expectancy shorter or longer in the 1900's?
the first American black woman to head a federal agency
She wrote the Pledge of Allegiance
6 History Pre-history
A written record of what happened in the past.
Period of time before history was recorded (before a system of…
A person who studies the past.
A relative who lived in the past.
American History 9 - Ch. 6
Thomas A. Edison
Alexander Graham Bell
John D. Rockefeller
The inventor who developed the idea of a central electric powe…
The inventor who established the American Telephone and Telegr…
The industrialist who established Standard Oil.
He was an industrialist who preached the "gospel of wealth".
History 6 Quizlet 1
Fall of the Roman Empire
Code of Justinian
474-1453 AD. Capital at Constantinople (now Istanbul)
534 AD. Ruler in Constantinople who wanted to restore the Roma…
484-578 AD. Also known as "The Navigator" because of his great…
Date (back to)
Go back to
Erken tarihe almak
e kadar uzanmak
History 6 (chapter 4 test)
He preached to the Indians with the help of his interpreter an…
He founded Rhode Island and America's first Baptist church
He invented the written language of the Cherokees
The "Apostle to the Indians"; the first Bible printed in Ameri…
History 6 - Test 1
What continent is the third largest?
What is the name of the world's largest island?
What is the highest peak in North America?
What is the world's largest bay?
History 6 (ch 1-5)
He was the first explorer in the modern times to reach North A…
His search for the Northwest Passage gave France a claim to Ca…
The world's largest bay is named for him
The first Bible printed in America was his translation of the…
an American lawyer, author, statesman, and diplomat. He served…
was an American Founding Father who was principal author of th…
a party that supported most of the decisions made by the gover…
Was a land deal between USA and France
Under "joint occupation" by US & Britain; increased immigratio…
American adventurers and fur trappers who spent most of their…
person who follows his or her own independent course in life
A meeting, usually secret
History 6 (7.4-7.6)
The first black woman writer in America to have a book published
The English evangelist who preached to great crowds from Georg…
The Puritan preacher who preached a series of sermons about sa…
What colony was first called New Netherlands by its Dutch sett…
History 6-Benchmark January
A group of people who obtain most or all food from wild plants…
person who regularly moves from place to place
The process of preparing the soil, growing crops and raising l…
method of bringing water to a field from another place to wate…
a chief commander in the navy
a valuable blue dye
large farms found throughout the Southern Colonies
people who live in The Netherlands; claimed the southern part…
Art History MC 6
The Ishtar Gate was a ceremonial entrance to the city of... a) Ni…
This stele was created by the... a) Sumerians... b) Babylonians... c) A…
The artist who created the Standard of Ur divided up the picto…
This bronze cast of a ruler is... a) Akkadian... b) Sumerian... c) Assy…
History 6 Chapter 14
The system of producing and distributing goods
Who developed the polio vaccine
What new form of entertainment became popular in the 1950's
The first black major league baseball player
HISTORY 6, 2.1-2.2
The area between the North Pole and the northern timberline
The largest island in the world
Ground that is permanently frozen
A sea bird that migrates farther than any other bird
Abeka 6 History Test 8
Samuel J. Mills
Lewis & Clark
The man who wrote the first major American dictionary
Leader of the "haystack prayer meetings"
America's first missionary to a foreign land
Sacagawea acted as their guide and interpreter
History 6, Ch. 6
what the early Chinese called their land
what China's geography provided
dynasty that began about 1500 BC
Yellow River; "China's Sorrow"
World History 6.2
a division into parts
non-violent leader for Indian independence
Indian organization formed to protect India's Muslims.
a follower of Sikhism, 5th largest religion in the world.
History 6 (6.5-6.6)
Which coast is the home of the tallest trees in North America
The highest peak in the US south of Alaska
The deepest lake in the United States
The highest waterfall in North America
Black History Blowl 6
Grew up in Harlem, NC
Painter who painted scencs of Black traditons, religos scenes…
Focased his work on the celibration of being black in America.
Abeka Grade 6 History Quiz 6
What is the 4th largest country in the world?
What is the world's 2nd largest ocean?
What is the most prominent landform in eastern North America?
What is the largest underground cave system in the world?
US History 6
Wrote "The Jungle" and exposed wrong doing in the meat packing…
Nickname given to journalists that focused on scandal and corr…
Wrote "The History of Standard Oil" exposing illegal business…
Wrote "How the Other Half Lives" about the conditions faced by…
ELD History #6 - The Revolution
colonists who wanted independence from Britain
colonists who stayed loyal to Britain
large fights between armed forces
Washington's army camp in Pennsylvania
History 6 chapters 9-13
With which government type was Russia associated with
With which government type was Germany associated with
With which government type was Italy associated with
With which government type was Japan associated with
6 History In the Beginning
A logical argument that shows a statement is true.
A statement that can be proved.
A hypothesis that has been tested with a significant amount of…
A scientist who studies the stars and other objects in the sky.
World History - Chapter 6
a type of government in which citizens vote
aristocratic landowners who held most of the power
common farmers, raisins, and merchants who held the majority
representatives who protected the rights of the plebeians
World History Georgia Standard 6
Kingdom of Ghana
Nigerian farmers move across Africa toward the South and East…
First of the great medieval trading empires of western Africa…
From 1235-1400, this was a strong empire of Western African. W…
A people, language, kingdom, and empire in western Sudan in We…
World History Chapter 6
From the Latin prase meaning 'Public Affairs' this is a system…
The hereditary aristocracy, or ruling class of ancient Rome wh…
This group of ancient Romans made up most of the population, a…
These were the officials elected by the plebeians to protect t…
Governor of Roanoke/found on the tree "Croatoan"
First successful English colony
Indian who helped the Pilgrims
HISTORY Ch. 6 - Israelites
a rule that God wanted the Israelites to follow
an agreement with God
groups of Jews living outside of the Jewish homeland
a period of time in which a group is forced to live far away f…
CONCRETE IS A BUILDING MATERIAL MADE BY MIXING SMALL STONES, L…
SEIZE THE DAY
OFFICIALLY DECLARED TO BE A GOD.
EMPEROR DIOCLETIAN DIVIDED THE EMPIRE INTO TWO HALVES.
7th History 6.6
Alexander the Great
Macedonian King with many goldmines to build a large, strong a…
Son of Phillip II who became king at age 20. He expanded his e…
Wife of Phillip II and mother of Alexander the Great. She was…
The book of Daniel in the Bible prophesied about Alexander in…
The study of God's plan for mankind and how people have reacte…
The study of the earth,animals,people,and culture
The movement of people or animals from one part of the world t…
A setting in which plants and animals thrive best
US HISTORY CREDIT 6
Executive Order 8802
Came out of the Fair Employment Practices Commission. FDR issu…
factory and office work, buying war bonds, victory gardens, co…
Victory over Japan day. August 15, 1945 marks Japan's surrende…
The Manhattan project was the United States' secret research a…
archduke franz ferdinand
Mexican revolutionary leader (1877-1923) Did many good things,…
Archduke of Austria Hungary assassinated by a Serbian in 1914.…
Belief in the right of each people to be an independent nation
A state with more than one nation inside its borders
History 6: Chapter 6 Vocabulary
land that is nearly surrounded by water
natural wells on the Yucatan Peninsula
a system of government in which the rulers are believed to rep…
structures used to carry flowing water from a distance
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