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Offering 160 acres of land free to any citizen or intended citizen who was head of the household
Homestead Act
African-Americans who moved from the Post-Reconstruction South of Kansas.
Exoduster
A home built of block of turf.
Soddy
Gave federal land to the states to help finance agricultural colleges.
Morrill Act
Anormous single-crop spreads of 15,000-50,000 acres.
Bonanza Farm
(adj) Friendly, pleasent, and easy to talk to.
Affable
(n) Something that adds one's comfort or convience.
Amenity
(v) To overlook, forgive, or disregard.
Condone
(adj) Deeply regrettable; Unfortunate.
Deplorable
(adj) Removing or overcoming suspicion; Inspiring confidence.
Disarming
(adj) Amusingly odd or comical.
Droll
(v) To escape, especially by means of daring, cleverness or skill.
Elude
(adj) Absolutely necessary.
Imperative
(n) The object of a hunt; Prey
Quarry
(n) An uneasy feeling arising from one's conscience or priciples.
Scruple
(adj) Expressing care or concern.
Solicitously
(n) Physical or moral strength; Endurance.
Stamina
(adj) Capable of being touched or felt; Having actual form and substance.
Tangible
(adj) So remarkable as to seem supernatural.
Uncanny
(adj) Intensity devoted and enustaiastic.
Zealous