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Chapter 1

EARLIEST OKLAHOMANS
ANSWER KEY: CROSSWORD PUZZLE

Using the key below the crossword puzzle, fill in the squares with the appropriate letters.



Early Oklahoma

ACROSS
1. A mound found in eastern Oklahoma that contained artworks and artifacts Spiro

4. A stick-like spear-thrower atlatl

5. Hunters who are believed to have lived in the Oklahoma area 12,000 years ago Clovis

DOWN
1. The oldest archeological find in Oklahoma is known as the Domebo mammoth kill _______. site

2. A time when huge glaciers covered much of the Northern Hemisphere (2 words) Ice Age

3. The second known inhabitants believed to have lived in the area 10,000 years ago Folsom

MAP ACTIVITY


SEE TEXTBOOK FOR ANSWER KEY.

Chapter 2

THE FIRST WHITE VISITORS
MAP ACTIVITY
SEE TEXTBOOK FOR ANSWER KEY.
The map below represents the possible route of Francisco Vasquez

Chapter 3

ANSWER KEY FOR



CROSSWORD PUZZLE

American Explorers (Clues follow with answers in parentheses.)



ANSWER KEY AND

CLUES FOR THE “AMERICAN EXPLORERS” CROSSWORD PUZZLE

ACROSS

1. France acquired Louisiana from Spain by the Treaty of San __________ . Ildefonso

4. Western tribes exchanged these with the Explorers for various items of interest. furs

10. Frontier forts created a __________ of defense. line

11. This tangled mass clogged the Red River for miles. Great Raft

13. The ruler of France who sold Louisiana to the United States. Bonaparte

16. The Pike-Wilkinson Expedition was to follow this river to its source. Arkansas

17. The French-Indian War lasted _______ years. seven

18. People believed the tribes who lived here were hostile. west

20. He led an expedition to the edge of Oklahoma when he was turned back by Spanish soldiers. Sparks

21. Some believed this to be an accurate description of the Indian tribes in the North. giant

22. To give up something, as the Indians did with their land. cede

23. Outer coverings of corn used for many things by Indian tribes. husks

26. Long’s second expedition arrived back at the fort (before, after) Bell’s party. after

27. They began to move west as soon as Lewis and Clark returned. pioneers

30. The place where a river begins. headwaters

31. On his second expedition, Major Long sent this man to explore the Arkansas River. Bell

33. Another word for purpose. Major Long’s was to complete Captain Sparks’ mission. goal

35. Land which is owned by the government but is not yet a state. territory

36. Meriwether _______ was William’s partner. Lewis

38. Major Long missed it and explored the Canadian instead. Red

39. The Chief Minister of France under Napoleon Bonaparte. Talleyrand

41. Sparks and his men returned here without completing their mission. Natchitoches

42. A poor speller who owned a slave. Fowler

DOWN

1. People who live in a region are its ______ . inhabitants

2. Americans worried that the French might close this port. New Orleans

3. The Wilkinson party spent Christmas with these people. Osage

5. This was a valued item on the prairie. salt

6. An unusual, observable fact, such as the Great Raft. phenomenon

7. Fort Smith was located near the mouth of this river. Poteau

8. This major selected the site for Fort Smith. Long

9. These were kept by the Spaniards when they released Pike and his men. weapons (Note: Textbook refers to papers kept by Spaniards. Prompt students to think beyond “papers”.)

12. This was the first fort in the West.. Fort Smith

14. The site selected for the first fort was Belle __________ . Point

15. American minister to France in 1801. Livingston

18. This unit of government handled all transactions with the Indians, at first. War Department

19. Wilkinson and Pike escorted them home from Washington. Pawnee

21. His expedition was instrumental in opening trade with Western tribes. Glenn

22. Moveable property: some looked upon Indians as this. chattel

24. Becknell’s expedition crossed Oklahoma in this part of the state. Panhandle

25. Colonel Glenn’s trading post was here. Verdigris

28. He discovered the Great Salt Plains. Sibley

29. This was lost to England by Spain. Florida

32. George Sibley’s was the __________ expedition sent into the Far West. third

34. The men who first occupied Fort Smith carried these. rifles

37. On the frontier, people traded here. fort

40. Spanish word for “river,” as in the “Big River” that separates Mexico from Texas. rio



Chapter 3

AMERICAN EXPLORERS

MAP ACTIVITY

SEE TEXTBOOK FOR ANSWER KEY.

On the blank map of Oklahoma below, use colored pencils to color code your map work. Trace the expeditions of the American explorers in the state.


Chapter 4

Early Government

MAP ACTIVITY


SEE TEXTBOOK FOR ANSWER KEY.
On the map of Oklahoma below, draw in and locate the following: Fort Gibson, Illinois River, Verdigris River, Arkansas River, Grand River, Fort Towson.


Chapter 4

Early Government
ANSWER KEY TO PUZZLE: THE TIME OF THE LOUISIANA PURCHASE
The answers to the 20 questions below the puzzle are hidden in the letter-jumble. Some are horizontal, some vertical, and some diagonal; but all run from left to right or top to bottom. Circle the words in the puzzle and then fill in the blanks below.

Note: See “Indigenous Tribes” in the Oklahoma Stories section for #15-18. Also, #20 is not explicit in the text, but the word “abandoned” is easily found along the far right edge of the puzzle.


C L A I B O R N E X H I K L M U C T P

O S P R Y N R I E O S A G E I P H H A
N M A M E I C A N W I C H I T A O X B
G I W T H S P A I N O F T H U M U E A
R T N M E R I D I A N R B R A M T G N

E H G T A S D O F R J F L A G S E L D

S W I L H L I A U M V C B E A N A E O
S G I B S O N T O X S I R H A Y U N N
I N D I A N A F Y R T P N B I N U N E
L O U I S I A N A N E Q P G Z V S R D



  1. He became governor of Louisiana on December 20, 1803. Claiborne

  2. They passed an act creating two territories in the west. Congress

  3. The largest territory the United States ever owned: Louisiana

  4. This territory became the state of Louisiana: New Orleans

  5. They waved side by side, symbolizing brotherhood: flags

  6. The District of Louisiana was attached to this territory: Indiana

  7. William Henry Harrison became the _______ President of the United States. ninth

  8. The Adams- _______ Treaty set the boundaries of the Louisiana Purchase. Onis

  9. _______________ ceded Florida to the United States. Spain

  10. Part of that boundary, the 100th _________, became an Oklahoma boundary. meridian

  11. He was one of the founders of St. Louis, Missouri: Chouteau

  12. He owned a salt works business in Indian country: Bean

  13. He was a writer who was entertained at Three Forks: Irving

  14. He opened trade with Santa Fe: Glenn

  15. One of the tribes indigenous to Oklahoma: Osage or Wichita

  16. The Quapaws were relatives of this northern warlike tribe: Osage or Sioux

  17. This powerful nation was also related to the same tribe: Osage or Sioux

  18. This was the first fort established in the west (1817): Smith

  19. This fort was built between the Arkansas and Grand Rivers: Gibson


  20. Fort Smith was _______________ twice before the Civil War. abandoned



10 horizontal answers 6 vertical answers

Claiborne Congress

Osage Smith

Wichita Onis

Spain Chouteau

Meridian Glenn

Flags abandoned

Bean


Gibson 4 diagonal answers (boldfaced above)

Indiana ninth

Louisiana Sioux

Irving


New Orleans

Chapter 4

EARLY GOVERNMENT
MAP ACTIVITY
SEE TEXTBOOK FOR ANSWER KEY.

On the map of the United States below, using colored pencils and color-coding, outline the Louisiana Purchase and the area affected by the Adams-Onis boundary.



Chapter 5

CULTURAL AND RELIGIOUS CONFLICTS
MAP ACTIVITY
SEE TEXTBOOK FOR ANSWER KEY.

On the map below, identify the states by their current names and draw in the ­homelands of the Five Civilized Tribes.

ANSWER KEY:

WORD MAZE —Doctrine of Discovery


Moving your pencil from box to box in any direction, connect the letters to form the words which correctly complete the statements below. In forming a single word you may not use the same box twice, but one box may be used in several words.


(1) Between 1778 and 1871 the U.S. government negotiated over 400 legal ________________ with the Indians. documents; start at 19, go up to 1, go across to 6

(2) All of these agreements recognized the Indians as the rightful ________________________________of the land. occupants; start at 25, go right to 30, go up to 1

(3) One of the main effects of the belief that the Indians had land rights was that the governments could not try to ___________________________the Indians. conquer; boxes 7, 13, 14, 8, 9, 10, 11
(4) The belief that the Indians had certain rights to the land, but that the land belonged to the government of the discovered was called the “________________________________ of Discovery.”

doctrine; boxes 19, 20 or 25, 26 or 27, 21, 22, 23, 17, 10
(5) Each of the 400 agreements made between the Indian tribes and the U.S. government was a separate

________________ . treaty; boxes 5 or 18 for T, then 11, 10, 16, 21, 15




Chapter 5

CULTURAL AND RELIGIOUS CONFLICTS
MAP ACTIVITY
SEE TEXTBOOK FOR ANSWER KEY.

  1. Pre territorial tribal locations. On the map of the Southeastern United States below, identify the states by their current names and then draw in the homelands of the Five Civilized Tribes.



Chapter 6

CHOCTAW AND CREEK REMOVALS
LETTER-SCRAMBLE
In each puzzle below fit the letters in each column onto the lines directly above them. They may or may not go onto the lines in the same order in which they are listed. When the letters are written in the proper order, they will make a statement which can be verified in Chapter 6 in the textbook.
ANSWER KEY
CREEK RED STICKS
SUPPORTED ENGLAND
DURING THE WAR.

_________________________________


LOYAL CHOCTAWS AND
CREEKS SUPPORTED
ANDREW JACKSON AND
THE VOLUNTEER ARMY.

_________________________________

SOME WHITES BLAMED

ALL INDIANS FOR
RED STICKS AND
OTHERS SUPPORTING
THE BRITISH.

_________________________________



(continued)

WHITES DEMANDED


TRIBAL LANDS AS
PUNISHMENT.



Chapter 6   CHOCTAW AND CREEK REMOVALS
MAP ACTIVITY
SEE TEXTBOOK FOR ANSWER KEY.
On the map of the Southeastern United States below, using colored pencils and color coding, trace the removal routes of the Choctaws and Creeks.

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Chapter 7



TRAIL OF TEARS

ANSWER KEY TO CROSSWORD PUZZLE





ACROSS

1. Whites wanted Indians to move west of the __________ River. Mississippi

6. In the west Chickasaws submitted to __________ government. Choctaw

8. Chickasaws and Cherokees both succeeded in ________ . commerce

9. Federal __________ aided in taking Indian lands for whites. factories

10. The __________ family helped move their neighbors to the west. Love

12. The Cherokee alphabet was called a _______ . syllabary

13. This children’s disease killed many. measles .

14. __________ developed the Cherokee method of writing. Sequoyah

15. In the Treaty of ________ , Choctaws agreed to sell part of western land to Chickasaws. Doaksville

16. Like whites, many Indians purchased ________ to do their labor. slaves

DOWN

1. Chickasaws were very successful in the __________ business. mercantile (Note: Text refers to trade and commerce. Suggest students think of a synonym for those.)

2. Chickasaws were paid in “__________.” . specie

3. Whites thought Indians were _________ . savage

4. Chickasaws ceded their lands in the Treaty at __________ in 1832. Pontotoc

5. __________ was a missionary arrested for refusing to take a loyalty oath. Butler

7. Federal factories were _________ posts. trading

9. The ______ turned to old customs for comfort and to mixed-bloods for leadership. full-bloods (no hyphen)

11. Another missionary arrested for not taking an oath. Worcester

MAP ACTIVITY

SEE TEXTBOOK FOR ANSWER KEY.
Using colored pencils and color coding, mark the routes of the Chickasaw and Cherokee removals from the Southeast to their lands in Indian Territory.

Chapter 8

SEMINOLES AND OTHER SETTLERS
ANSWER KEY TO PUZZLE: The Seminoles
In the following letter-jumble find the words which complete the statements below. Circle or draw a line through those words and fill in the blanks on the corresponding questions. Words may be vertical, horizontal, or diagonal, but all will be top-to-bottom and/or left-to-right.
A S D F S T U A R T J K L C O N F E D E R A C Y K L M N P Q W E R R

W O R T H X Z N M H R U I P L M N Y T R E W Q Y U I O P M N B V C X

O I L G E X U E T O P M Q W T R I O P G A D S Q E V E R G L A D E S

N Y L E V E R G L M A E D W A T H O K L A S H A P I W U H O M I P S

X G A D S D E N X P I L L O T S P R E A K M A Y S V I N T E L U M E

T E N N C E S M I S A M I O S C E O L A M I O F A R L A K I P W Q X

Y O U T J A K L M O M I C A N O P Y J U M Y T E R W X W I T T I P I



J K U Y B A T I N N O P I T T H Z X E U E M A T H L A A P O K L A C

E P A Y N E S L A N D I N G A S D F G H M J K L A E I Y O U A B C L

S W A T E G A L M I N F A L C O R J A C L P I M E G R S A K L I G I

U M I N I S T R A K I N K L P U M E L I K J E M O U L T R I E K U N

P H I T C H C O C K U Y T R E W G F D S A L K R J H G V B N C B E C


G R E A T S E M I N O L E W A R T Y I P A R L M I E T Y G F E C I H


  1. A group of several tribes united together, such as Creeks, is a _______.
    confederacy

  2. The first person to call the Oconees “Seminoles” was British Agent John __________.
    Stuart

  3. American commissioners and former slave owners went into Seminole country to look for ____________. runaways

  4. The Seminoles lived in a swampland today known as the ____________. Everglades .

  5. The first treaty with the Seminoles was the Treaty of Camp _____________. Moultrie

  6. Colonel James _________ met with the Seminoles in 1832. Gadsen

  7. A treaty was signed in 1832 at ___________________ . Payne’s Landing

  8. Chief ____________________ said his mark was forged to sign the treaty. Micanopy

  9. Chief Charley ____________________ said he was forced to sign the treaty. Emathla

  10. Indian Agent Wiley ____________________ tried to oust Seminole leaders who were against removal to the west. Thompson

  11. ____________________ , who was not a chief, led the Seminoles in a war with white soldiers who wanted to remove the tribe. Osceola

  12. This was the Second Seminole War, also known as the ______________ . Great Seminole War

  13. _____________ was another Seminole leader who stood against removal and who met with whites to talk peace. Jumper
  14. Captain Ethan Allen ____________________ believed the Seminoles really wanted peace and he met with them to discuss terms Hitchcock


  15. Colonel ______________ attacked the Seminoles in the peace talks. Clinch

  16. Brigadier General Thomas _______ was sent to Florida to end the Seminole wars. Jesup

  17. Colonel William J. __________ was sent to Florida to subdue the Seminoles. Worth

  18. _________________ was the most formidable leader of the Seminoles. Wild Cat


12 horizontal answers 4 vertical answers

Stuart Jesup

Confederacy Thompson

Worth runaways

Everglades Clinch

Gadsden

Osceola

Micanopy 2 diagonal answers (boldfaced above)

Emathla Wild Cat

Payne’s Landing Jumper

Moultrie

Hitchcock

Great Seminole War

Chapter 9

CIVIL WAR AND RECONSTRUCTION


MAP ACTIVITY


SEE TEXTBOOK FOR ANSWER KEY.
On the outline maps of Oklahoma below, on Map A, trace the internal boundaries of Indian Territory as they were from 1855-1866. On Map B, trace the internal boundaries as they were after 1866 until the time of the land openings, 1866-1889. Label each area.

MAP A


MAP B

MAP ACTIVITY


SEE TEXTBOOK FOR ANSWER KEY.
V. Using colored pencils and color coding, mark the major areas of Indian Territory from 1855-1866.


Chapter 10

THE WESTERN INDIANS

ANSWER KEY TO WORD SCRAMBLE

Unscramble the tribal names of the Indian Confederacies:

IROQUOIS CONFEDERACY PEORIA CONFEDERACY

(1) YUCAGA Cayuga (1) ISASKAKKA Kaskaskia

(2) GANODANO Onondaga (2) AWE Wea
(3) AMKWHO Mohawk (3) WAKIPANASH Piankashaw
(4) NACESE Seneca (4) ARATOMA Tamaroas
(5) ENADOI Oneida (5) AMIMI Miami
(6) AKIOCHA Cahokia
(7) VIELERRE Eel River
(8) GIMOWANEN Moingwena
(9) OPIRAE Peoria
(10) HAMEGICIMA Michigamea

Chapter 10   THE WESTERN INDIANS
MAP ACTIVITY
SEE TEXTBOOK FOR ANSWER KEY.
VI. Identify the areas of Indian Territory 1866-1889.


Chapter 11

CATTLE TRAILS AND RAILROADS

ANSWER KEY TO MESSAGE BOX

Below are 4 statements about characters in this chapter and how they earned a living. Using the clues below each grid, solve the puzzles and write the solutions on the blank lines. Start in the upper left-hand square of each grid and proceed square by square (horizontally or vertically, but NOT diagonally) to spell the answer. DO NOT cross your path or enter a single square twice. Not all the letters in any grid are used.
Note: In this key, the first word is in yellow, the second is in blue, and the third is in gray.
(1) Q U A H E L E (3) J B L A Z R A

N A T K R T E E M L D E T I

A L P E D T L S S O A L E L

H R K K O A M C E H C T X L


P A E R F C O H I S A T E Y
CLUE: This Comanche chief CLUE: He led the way for

had 500 in his. others to go to market.


Answer: Quanah Parker kept a herd of Answer: Jesse Chisholm blazed a cattle trail.

cattle.

(2) P H I H E S X (4) J J M X M I N

I N L T N A N M A C I L A E

C H O T D B O O L E S T O R

O S L L R A O A E L R E C C

R B U I S A L S E D H I S D
CLUE: This enterprising settler CLUE: This miner let someone else

built and rebuilt and rebuilt ... do the work.


Answer: Phil Nichols built the Sandbar Saloon. Answer: J.J. McAlester leased his coal mine.

Chapter 11   CATTLE TRAILS AND RAILROADS
V . MAP ACTIVITY
SEE TEXTBOOK FOR ANSWER KEY.
On the following map of Oklahoma, identify the 19th century cattle trails that crossed the state. Identify each trail and major geographical location by name.
Chapter 12

BOOMER SOONER

ANSWER KEY TO LETTER-SCRAMBLE

In each puzzle below fit the letters in each column onto the lines directly above them. They may or may not go onto the lines in the same order in which they are listed. When the letters are written in the proper order, they will make a statement which can be verified in Chapter 12 in the textbook.

DAVID L. PAYNE ORGANIZED THE

COLONIZATION ASSOCIATION TO
OPEN THE UNASSIGNED LANDS
TO NON-INDIAN SETTLEMENT. (Do not use hyphen.)

_________________________________

COUCH LOBBIED FOR OPENING
THE LANDS AND THE CATTLEMEN
LOBBIED AGAINST IT.

_________________________________

SOONERS CROSSED BOUNDARIES
EARLY AND STAKED THEIR
CLAIMS ON CHOICE PLOTS AND
HID UNTIL TIME FOR THE RACE.

_______________________________________

LESS THAN ONE THOUSAND
BOOMERS WON LAND IN THE RUN
ALTHOUGH FOURTEEN THOUSAND
OF THEM PARTICIPATED.


Chapter 13 – THE FINAL CONQUEST
ANSWER KEY TO CROSSWORD PUZZLE

Note: Refer to “Oklahoma Stories” at the back of the text for answers not in the chapter itself.




DOWN

1. One of the West’s most famous bank robbers and gang leader James

3. Belle Starr’s first husband Reed

4. Second name of Belle Starr’s farm and outlaw haven Bend

5. The outlaw for whom Belle Starr named her farm Younger
ACROSS

2. A famous outlaw family Starr

6. Bill __________ , the leader of an outlaw gang Doolin

7. A famous female outlaw Belle

IV. MAP ACTIVITY
SEE TEXTBOOK FOR ANSWER KEY.

The federal courts that had jurisdiction at various times over Indian Territory were located at Van Buren and Fort Smith, Arkansas: Wichita and Topeka, Kansas; Paris, Texas; and Muskogee, Ardmore, and McAlester, Indian Territory. Mark and identify each of these courts on the map below.

Chapter 14

OKLAHOMA TERRITORY

CROSSWORD

ANSWER KEY


ACROSS
2. The President signed this on May 2, 1890. Organic Act

6. A county in Oklahoma Territory. Logan

7. The Cherokee _________was a strip of land . outlet

8. President who signed the Organic Act. Harrison

10. A person who takes the law into his own hands. vigilante

12. The real Cherokee Strip was in _____. Kansas

13. The cattle stealers who lived in No Man’s Land were called _____. rustlers

16. Gov. Frantz was a _____ Rider. Rough

18. He was the first territorial governor. Steele

20. President _____ appointed Gov. Jenkins. McKinley

21. He was the only Democrat among the territorial governors. Renfrow

DOWN
1. Some people called Governor Seay this name, meaning “someone

from the North who took advantage of the South.” carpetbagger

2. ______ means “Land of the Red Man” Oklahoma

3. Initials of the fifth territorial governor CMB

4. Provisional governments were _____ . temporary

5. The President had the power to _____ governors to the territory. appoint

9. Another name for the Public Land Strip. Robbers Roost

11. This school was established at Edmond. Normal (meaning it trained teachers)

12. Town nominated as territorial capital. Kingfisher

14. A college for blacks was here. Langston

15. _____ Strip was a strip of land in Kansas. Cherokee

17. He took office on Feb. 1, 1892. Seay

19. Ferguson was a/an _____ outside the territory. editor

Chapter 14   OKLAHOMA TERRITORY

II. MAP. Identify the Oklahoma counties and county seats that were in Oklahoma territory.

Refer to textbook for answer key.

Chapter 15

LAND OPENINGS AND THE SETTLERS


ANSWER KEY TO WORD MAZE
Moving your pencil from box to box in any direction, connect the letters to form the words which correctly complete the statements below. In forming a single word, you may not use the same box twice; but one box may be used in several words.


(1) The Arapaho tribe favored allotments in severalty, but the Cheyenne tribe did not.

boxes 9, 17, 25, 33-37
(2) The unassigned lands were the first lands in the territory to be opened to non-

Indian settlement. boxes 1, 2, 3, 11, 10, 18, 26-29


(3) Several ethnic groups settled in Oklahoma Territory, including the Bohemians.

boxes 16, 23, 14, 13, 21, 30, 38, 31, 39


(4) Some of the lands opened to settlement had been Indian reservations.

boxes 19, 20, 11, 12, 4-7, 15, 23, 31, 39


(5) Because of the arid condition of the Cheyenne-Arapaho lands, few Sooners participated

in the opening. boxes 24, 23, 22, 31, 32, 40, 39



Chapter 15   THE LAND OPENINGS AND THE SETTLERS

V. MAP. Complete the following map to show the land openings in Oklahoma, naming each area.


MAP ACTIVITY
SEE TEXTBOOK FOR ANSWER KEY.

Chapter 16

STATEHOOD

MAP ACTIVITY


SEE TEXTBOOK OR OTHER SOURCE FOR ANSWER KEY.

ANSWER KEY: MAP STUDY . (Refer to textbook or classroom map.)

On the following blank map of Oklahoma, locate these towns which are important in this chapter: Oklahoma City; Guthrie; Kingfisher; Eufaula; Fort Gibson. Use a wall map or a road map for reference, and mark each town with an “x” and its name

Chapter 16

STATEHOOD
ANSWER KEY TO NAME SCRAMBLE

The letters in the answers to the following identifications are scrambled. Put the letters in the proper order for the correct answers. (No middle initials are used.)


Note: Alert the students that the last person listed is sometimes named as E.P or Edward McCabe.This scramble uses Edwin.

Mary Brown Williamson (1) RYAM WORNB MAILSIWLON

A black woman who came from

Tennessee


James Norman (2) EJAMS NANMOR

A Cherokee lobbyist


Benjamin Franklin Lafayette (3) NIMNEJAB KINFLARN TEFTELAYA

First territorial settler to be nominated for

a national office
Charles Haskell (4) LARCHES SLELHAK

Creek Representative at the Sequoyah

Convention
William Murray (5) LIWMAIL YUMRAR

President of the Constitutional

Convention
Green Currin (6) RENEG RUCNIR

First black legislator


Edwin McCabe (7) DENIW BECCAM

Former Kansas State Auditor



Chapter 17

EARLY GOVERNMENT

ANSWER KEY TO



PUZZLE: CHARLES N. HASKELL
In the following letter-jumble are 20 words relating to the life and administration of Governor Charles N. Haskell. Find them and write them on the lines below.

M U S K O G E E R T R E S T L I A G O I L A K
I E G E S T I R K E Y S P A U B I P L A Q W Y
L E X I N G U W M A P E A N E S B J O N T O Q

L A S I G O J K L G I A U Q E P G U T H R I E

I W E G O V A M I L P T L H S S L I L L I A N
O Z A Z M E X I C O E E D Z P U B L I S H E R
N E L N X R J O H Q L A I N C A P I T A L Z R
A T T O R N E Y W A I C N O M I L I T I A S I
I M O N S O T E R T N H G P U R C E S T W O O
R Y A S T R W O O W E E R A I L R O A D S T E
E P E N I T E N T I A R Y F A T H E R L E S S


14 horizontal answers 5 vertical answers

Muskogee

oil (also appears vertically, but backward)

Keys seal

Map governor

Guthrie pipeline

Lillian teacher

Mexico Spaulding

publisher

capital


attorney 1 diagonal answer (boldfaced above)

militia


railroads Nesbitt

penitentiary

fatherless
Chapter 18

THE ROARING TWENTIES
Answer Key to Letter Scramble

INDIANS WERE GRANTED


CITIZENSHIP AFTER THE
WAR AS A REWARD FOR
THEIR PARTICIPATION

_________________________________

AFTER THE WORLD WAR
WOMEN BEGAN SMOKING
CIGARETTES AND CUTTING
THEIR HAIR

Chapter 19

THE DIRTY THIRTIES
II. MAP ACTIVITY
SEE TEXTBOOK FOR ANSWER KEY.

On the blank map of Oklahoma below locate these towns which were important in Chapter 19:

Oklahoma City; Durant; Atoka; McAlester; Oologah. Use an atlas, a wall map, or a roadmap for reference.



Chapter 20

WORLD WAR ll
Activities:


  1. 45th INFANTRY DIVISION TIMELINE

  2. Puzzle Letter Scramble

ANSWER KEY: 45th INFANTRY DIVISION TIMELINE

Listed below are 5 important dates in the history of the 45th Infantry Division. On the blank lines to the right, list the important events which match the dates. Note: Wording may vary.

1923 Oklahoma National Guard was expanded to a Division and

named 45th Infantry Division

1940 FDR mobilized the OK National Guard. The Division changes its nickname

and symbol (logo) to the Thunderbird.

1944 Lt. Coggins captured 946 Germans in France.

by V.E. Day Fought at Salerno and Anzio; captured Munich, including Hitler’s apartment

1968 The 45th was ‘retired’ due to military re-organization.

ANSWER KEY:

LETTER SCRAMBLE


Alongside the names of the following 8 figures are phrases describing them at some phase in their lives, but the letters are scrambled. Put the letters in their proper orders to learn what these people did.
Woody Guthrie LICOSA DARBORTROU (1) social troubadour

Ernest W. Marland LAMINO (2) oilman


Josh Lee TAGER TARROO (3) great orator
Leon Phillips AFLOTOLB YELPAR (4) football player

Bill Mauldin DRUTHERBIND ROTACINTSO (5) Thunderbird cartoonist

George Tapscott BRINTURHEDD GOHOPTPHERAR (6)Thunderbird photographer

Robert S. Kerr LOI YACMOPN ROFUNED (7) oil company founder

Mrs. Claude Hill CEDROTADE ZIETNIC (8) decorated citizen

ROBERT S. KERR TIMELINE
Listed below are 5 important dates related to Robert S. Kerr. On the blank lines on the right, fill in the important events which occurred in those years. Note: Wording may vary



  1. Elected as governor; 1st Oklahoma governor who was born in the state. Served 4 years. Left a surplus in the state treasury. Provide free textbooks to public schools.



  1. Elected to U.S. Senate. Led the Arkansas River Navigation Project (which opened

the river to transport to/from Gulf of Mexico).

1952 Ran for president; was not elected; returned to Senate.

1963 Died in the hospital.

1984 Inducted into the Petroleum Hall of Fame.



Chapter 20

WORLD WAR II
MAP ACTIVITY
SEE TEXTBOOK OR STATE MAP FOR ANSWER KEY.
MAP. Using a wall map, a roadmap, or an atlas, locate the following seven military installation sites which were active in Oklahoma during World War II: Midwest City; Muskogee; Lawton; Clinton; Norman; Miami; El Reno.

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Chapter 21

JUST A LITTLE POLICE ACTION”
ANSWER KEY

CROSSWORD PUZZLE: MILITARY OFFICERS

The names of 7 individuals from Oklahoma who achieved high military rank during World War II will fit into the following puzzle. Two letter clues are given. All names are from the start of the chapter.




ACROSS DOWN
1. Tinker 1. Truscott

2. Hurley 4. McLain

3. Mitscher 5. Eaker

6. Clark


Chapter 22

ROADS AND ROCKETS
Answer Key

LETTER JUMBLE - DEAN A. McGEE

In the following letter-jumble are 20 items relating to the life and career of Dean A. McGee. Find them and circle them in the puzzle, and then write them in the spaces provided below. Items may run horizontally, vertically, or diagonally, but will run from left to right and/or top to bottom.
R O B E R T S K E R R A T N U C L E A R F U E L S

E A E I Y A S D F G J K L Z X I O F F S H O R E X

T S W P R E S B Y T E R I A N M F O R T U L O M B

I I K L U C R E T I M O P R E M S B Y J M A B X U

N L G U E O L E O G Y Q L U R B A N L E A G U E S

A K B T U S I N S Y M P H O N Y C R E S N U C L I

P W F O R T U N E E P A W B G R X I Z V I J P Q N

O O K N L A H O R T A D R I L I P A M X T I O U E

X O D I R E C T O R X R Z A P A S M L A A X P A S

T D R U R A N I U M Y W C R O U W T T I R F I L S

Z O J M C R E S C E N T Y H I E C R E S I R N T M


C H A M B E R O F C O M M E R C E N U C A R O B A

O K L A H O M A A R T S C O U N C I L Z N X Y N N

Horizontal answers Vertical answers

Robert. S. Kerr retina

nuclear fuels Silkwood

offshore humanitarian

Presbyterian businessman

Urban League

Symphony

Fortune Diagonal answers (in boldface)

director lens

uranium eye research

Crescent geologist

Chamber of Commerce Cimarron

Oklahoma Arts Council


hapter 23

PROHIBITION, PROTESTS, AND POLITICS
ANSWER KEY TO MESSAGE BOX -- J. HOWARD EDMONDSON
Below are four statements (complete sentences) relating to Governor J. Howard Edmondson and his term of office. Using the clues on the right, solve the puzzles and write the solutions on the blank lines. Start in the upper left-hand square of each grid and proceed square by square (horizontally and vertically, but NOT diagonally) to spell the answer. DO NOT cross your path or enter a single square twice. Not all letters in any grid are used.

(1) CLUE: His record still stands.



E D M O E S A H O

Edmonson was the youngest X S D N G T L Y M

governor of Oklahoma. Y O N U N G K E A

S A W O V O O F O

T H E Y E R N O R

(2) CLUE: “How Dry I Am” was no longer the theme

song of many Oklahomans. P L E U R I N G E

Prohibition was repealed during R A D D Y Z S N D

Edmondson’s term. O E X M R E T O M


H P E R S A W S O

I B I T I O N D N

(3) CLUE: He was appointed by the governor for

this job. G D M O N D S O N

Governor Edmonson finished O E T O E R R S F

Senator Kerr’s term. V R A R K R E T I

E O N E X M A B N

R N Z S D E H S I

(4) CLUE: He made a senatorial appointment

during this time. G E O T E R M O F

George Nigh completed the H G R S C I F F O

Governor’s term of office. C I G R E J K O G

O N E O N R E V E

M P L E T E D T H

Chapter 24

Highlights of the 1970s and 1980s


Chapter 25

The New Century

Lesson plans for these chapters do not feature puzzles.








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