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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