02 - Expansion and the Antebellum United States Vocabulary
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to take over; to make part of one's own land
occurring or existing before a particular war, especially the American Civil War
an unavoidable course of events; an outcome that will occur no matter what
the study of production and business; the study of how money and value function and are distributed.
intrude on (a person's territory or a thing considered to be a right)
the policy of supporting the growth of the geographical boundaries of the US
the extreme limit of settled land beyond which lies wilderness, especially referring to the western US before Pacific settlement.
a piece of land gained from United States public lands by living on and farming it; the act of gaining title to public land by living on and farming it
readily perceived by the senses and especially by the sight; easily understood or recognized by the mind.
an area or arena in which commercial dealings are conducted
when a political leader rewards his supporters with jobs and benefits after winning an election
producing food or goods for one's own consumption; usually related to farmers who live entirely off their own labor and produce
the right to vote in political elections.
cloth, fabric, especially woven or knit
a common name of the geographic area west of the Mississippi River during the 19th century.
the socioeconomic relationship between a worker and an employer, where the worker sells their work under a formal or informal employment contract, usually on an hourly basis.
AP World History Period 4 Vocabulary
History Thomsen 7 Middle ages and emergance of the modern world vocab.
Colors - Spanish - JC
adjectives - General Spanish - JC
Numbers - Spanish - JC
Nouns - Business Spanish - JC
01 - Colonial America and the Revolution Vocabulary
03 - Slavery and the Civil War Vocabulary
04 - The Second West Vocabulary
05 - Reconstruction and Immigration Vocabulary