PA History Chapter 3

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pelts
animal skins or furs
profitable
to make money for selling goods or services
frontiersman
a man living in the region of a frontier, especially that between settled and unsettled country.
keystone
a central wedge-shaped stone in an arch that strengthens the structure
boycott
to refuse to buy, sell or trade; refuse to be part of
loyalists
American colonists who stayed loyal to the English government during the American Revolution
encampment
group of tents or shelters in a particular place, especially when they are used by soldiers
delegates
people who are chosen to vote or make decisions on behalf of other people
ratified
to approve of; to accept formally
amendment
changes to laws found in the U.S. Constitution; Bill of rights

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