Beginnings - Colonization Vocabulary

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social

interaction between people

economic

money and business; buying and selling of goods and services

political

having to do with government

religious

having to do with religion, your spiritual beliefs

intellectual

having to do with education, ideas

technological

having to do with new inventions

witch hunt

find and punish certain people who are accused of something

geography

having to do with land, natural land forms, climate

religious toleration

acceptance of religious differences

perspective

a person's point of view

secondary source

interpretation of the past made by people who were no present

document based question (DBQ)

is an essay in which documents are used.

primary source

first-hand account, eye-witnessed and time sensitive

colonize

to create a territory under the immediate political control of another country

continuity

something that is constant, on-going

dissent

to disagree

intolerance

refusal to accept differences because of their beliefs or background

evidence

Material found to be used to prove the truth of something

persecution

a state of being treated in a cruel and harmful way

migration

movement of people from one region to another

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