a form of government where the ruling party is in the hands of the people.
a body of land surrounded by water on three sides.
a narrow strip of land connecting two larger bodies of land.
a form of government where the ruling power is in the hands of a few people.
Bill of Rights
a collective name for the first 10 amendments to the U.S. constitution.
imaginary lines that circle the globe and measure distances north and south of the equator.
imaginary lines extending from the Poles that measure distances east and west of the Prime Meridian.
portion of a population that can read and write.
average period that a person is expected to live.
primary source document
an original document, speech, or evidence written from a firsthand account of the event and in the time period of occurance.
secondary source document
a second hand account of an event.
a dome-shaped Eskimo house, typically built from blocks of solid snow.
in, relating to, or characteristic of countryside rather than town.
in, relating to, or characteristic of a city or town.
Europe, Aisa, and Africa, regarded collectively as the part of the world known before the discovery of the Americas.
North and SOuth America regarded collectively in relation to Europe, esp. after the early voyages of European explorers.
an obsticle that prevents movement or access (trade barrier)
also known as multiculturalism....is based on the idea that cultural identities should not be discarded or ignored but rather maintained and valued.
the value of all goods and services produced within a country in a given period.
resources taht can be replaced or replaced by earth's natural processes. (ex. soil, trees)
a war stared in the late 1930's with the invasion of Poland and other countries by Germany and the Nazi Party, led by Adolf Hitler.
a form of government where the ruling power is in the hands of a single person. Most are ruled by Kings, usually with the help of advisors.
the name given to the murdering of millionso f Jews, Gypsies, etc. by the Nazis during WWII.