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Social Studies Chapter 6: Achieving Responsible Government
Trade Preference
Free Trade
People who wanted change
People who wanted the government to st…
Resources from the colonies, such as wheat or flour, we're no…
All products coming from any country were taxed or not taxed…
Reformers or Liberals
Conservatives or Tories
Trade Preference
Resources from the colonies, such as wheat or flour, we're no…
Free Trade
All products coming from any country were taxed or not taxed…
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Social Studies - Chapter 6
Articles of Confederation
legislative
judicial
executive
the states decided to be partners
passes the laws
courts and judges, interpret the law
President, carry out the law
Articles of Confederation
the states decided to be partners
legislative
passes the laws
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Social Studies Chapter 6
Three sided trade route between the 13…
Name given to the second leg of the tr…
He started the first library, newspape…
Describe the Triangular Trade Route. N…
Triangular Trade Routes
Middle Passage
Benjamin Franklin
Three sided trade route between the 13…
Triangular Trade Routes
Name given to the second leg of the tr…
Middle Passage
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social studies chapter 6 vocab
Meeting House
Town Meeting
Market Town
Triangular Trade
this is where government meetings were held and church
this is when decisions were made about laws
a place where people traded crops for items
a water route that connected Britain, Africa and the British…
Meeting House
this is where government meetings were held and church
Town Meeting
this is when decisions were made about laws
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Social Studies Chapter 6: Our Government
patriotic symbol
religion
hero
Congress
a symbol, such as a flag that stands for the ideas that peopl…
a set of ideas a person has about a God or group of gods.
a brave or clever person who serves as an example.
the legislative branch of the national government.
patriotic symbol
a symbol, such as a flag that stands for the ideas that peopl…
religion
a set of ideas a person has about a God or group of gods.
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Social Studies Chapter 6
diversity
slavery
immigrant
primary source
variety; a range of people coming from many places
a system under which people have no freedom
someone who leaves one country and moves to another
information recorded by a person who was there
diversity
variety; a range of people coming from many places
slavery
a system under which people have no freedom
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Social Studies Chapter 6
Town meeting
Meeting house
Common
Militia
An assembly in the New England colonies in which male landown…
Used as both a house of worship and a place of government.
An open area in town where sheep and cattle grazed. (watched…
Volunteer army
Town meeting
An assembly in the New England colonies in which male landown…
Meeting house
Used as both a house of worship and a place of government.
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Vocabulary Social Studies Chapter 6
legislature
Meusebach-Comanche Treaty
expand
boundary
a group of elected people who make new laws
settled land disputes between new immigrants and the Comanche
to spread out
a line that separates one place from another
legislature
a group of elected people who make new laws
Meusebach-Comanche Treaty
settled land disputes between new immigrants and the Comanche
Social Studies Chapter 6
Independence
petition
Common Sense
Declaration of Independence
freedom from control by another government or country
a formal, written request made to a official person or organi…
A pamphlet published in 1776 by Thomas Paine that persuaded m…
The document written to declare the American colonies as an i…
Independence
freedom from control by another government or country
petition
a formal, written request made to a official person or organi…
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Social Studies Chapter 6
Articles of Confederation
legislative branch
judicial branch
executive branch
The first plan for government of the United States.
The branch of government that makes laws; the U.S. Congress.
The branch of government that interprets the laws; the U.S. S…
The branch of government that carries out the laws; the U.S.…
Articles of Confederation
The first plan for government of the United States.
legislative branch
The branch of government that makes laws; the U.S. Congress.
chapter 6 social studies
Kilwa
Batu
Kilwa
Swahili
a city and its surroundings lands that functions as an indepe…
the people who migrated south and east though Africa
the name of the city-state founded by settlers in Arabia
the language created as a result of the interaction between A…
Kilwa
a city and its surroundings lands that functions as an indepe…
Batu
the people who migrated south and east though Africa
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Chapter 6 WHAT IS GOVERNMENT - social studies (gr.9)
federalism
self determination
aboriginal self government
"sin tax"
a system of government in which power is constitutionally div…
the right of an Aboriginal nation to choose how it will be go…
controlling aspects of their society by making their own law
a relatively high tax designed to raise revenue and reduce co…
federalism
a system of government in which power is constitutionally div…
self determination
the right of an Aboriginal nation to choose how it will be go…
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Social Studies Chapter 6
Activist
Technology
Wagon Trains
Frontier
Someone who works to make a change happen
scientific knowledge about how things work
A way people traveled. They faced harsh weather and sickness
a region that forms the edge of a settled area
Activist
Someone who works to make a change happen
Technology
scientific knowledge about how things work
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Social studies chapter 6
Chief of State
Chief executive
Commander and Chief
Chief politician
Performs ceremonial duties, such as, giving medals to UCONN o…
administers government programs.
determines military strategies.
leads party, supports candidates.
Chief of State
Performs ceremonial duties, such as, giving medals to UCONN o…
Chief executive
administers government programs.
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Social Studies Chapter 6
Define what the incarnation is
Explain why the Incarnation is the Hin…
Define what disciple is. Define what a…
Explain the importance of the Last Sup…
The uniting of divine and human natures in Jesus Christ.
The Incarnation is the event on which all history turns. God…
A follower or student of another. A person who is not Jewish.
This is the first Eucharist and this is when he made his apos…
Define what the incarnation is
The uniting of divine and human natures in Jesus Christ.
Explain why the Incarnation is the Hin…
The Incarnation is the event on which all history turns. God…
Test Review Chapter 6:Government:Social Studies
this amendment limits the power of the…
What fraction of both houses of Congre…
The purpose of the doctrine of separat…
This is the legislative branch, which…
THE 22ND AMENDMENT
TWO THIRDS
DIVIDE
CONGRESS
this amendment limits the power of the…
THE 22ND AMENDMENT
What fraction of both houses of Congre…
TWO THIRDS
Social Studies Chapter 6
alliance
delegates
Parliament
proclamation
An agreement to work together
representatives
British law-making body (congress)
a public announcement
alliance
An agreement to work together
delegates
representatives
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Social Studies Chapter 6
legislative
judicial
executive
ratify
the branch of government that makes laws
the branch of government that interprets the laws
the branch of government that carries out the laws
to approve
legislative
the branch of government that makes laws
judicial
the branch of government that interprets the laws
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Social Studies Chapter 6
self-sufficient
town common
Great Awakening
Almanac
able to take care of oneself without help
an open space in a colonial town where animals could graze
a movement in the 1730's in which people again became interes…
a book with facts and figures about many topics
self-sufficient
able to take care of oneself without help
town common
an open space in a colonial town where animals could graze
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Social Studies Chapter 6
settlement
Roanoke
Jamestown
Plymouth
a small community that is started in a new territory
the name of the island where the first English settlement was…
the first successful English colony in North America, it was…
a place in Massachusetts where the Pilgrims settled.
settlement
a small community that is started in a new territory
Roanoke
the name of the island where the first English settlement was…
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Social Studies Chapter 6
How did the colonists in New York and…
William Penn was _______________of Pen…
William Penn made a ______________ wit…
After England captured the colony of N…
Colonists elected representatives to assemblies.
proprietor
treaty
Gave the colony to his brother
How did the colonists in New York and…
Colonists elected representatives to assemblies.
William Penn was _______________of Pen…
proprietor
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Social Studies Chapter 6 Vocabulary
Articles of Confederation
legislative
judicial
executive
The Articles granted limited powers to the central government…
Branch of government that passes laws
Allows the court to determine the constitutionality of laws
Branch of government that enforces the laws
Articles of Confederation
The Articles granted limited powers to the central government…
legislative
Branch of government that passes laws
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Social Studies - Chapter 6
Patriots
Loyalists
Trenton
Yorktown
Americans who supported independence
Americans who supported/sided with the British
location where the Patriots scored a victory on Christmas nig…
American victory where the British agreed to recognize the US…
Patriots
Americans who supported independence
Loyalists
Americans who supported/sided with the British
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Social Studies Chapter 6
proprietor
James, the Duke of York
John Berkeley & George Carteret
representative
person who owned and controlled all the land in a colony
proprietor of New York
proprietors of New Jersey
someone who is chosen to speak and act for others
proprietor
person who owned and controlled all the land in a colony
James, the Duke of York
proprietor of New York
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chapter 6 social studies
convention
representative
Capital
constitution
A formal meeting held for a special purpose
A person chosen to speak or to vote for others
A place where the government meets
A document that has the basic rules to govern a state or coun…
convention
A formal meeting held for a special purpose
representative
A person chosen to speak or to vote for others
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Social Studies -Chapter 6
Who were the first peoples of the Amer…
What was Columbus seeking on his first…
Dona Marina helped Cortes conquer the…
Why were the Spaniards able to conquer…
Taino
Asian spices and silks
persuading many of the Aztec enemies to join Cortes' army
The Spaniards had better weapons.
Who were the first peoples of the Amer…
Taino
What was Columbus seeking on his first…
Asian spices and silks
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Social Studies Chapter 6
legislative
Articles of Confederation
judicial
inflation
the branch of government that makes laws - the US Congress
The first plan for government of the United States
the branch of government that interprets the laws
a steady rise in prices that occurs when money loses value an…
legislative
the branch of government that makes laws - the US Congress
Articles of Confederation
The first plan for government of the United States
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Social Studies 5:Chapter 6
proprietor
representative
treaty
free market economy
a person who owned and controlled all the land in a colony
someone who is chosen to speak and act for others
an official agreement between nations or groups
the people, not the government, decide what will be produced
proprietor
a person who owned and controlled all the land in a colony
representative
someone who is chosen to speak and act for others
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Social Studies Chapter 6
yellow journalism
armistice
isthmus
assembly line
The kind of reporting that does not tell the truth and exagge…
An agreement to stop fighting.
A narrow stretch of land connecting two larger land masses.
A way to assemble products, where they get put together as th…
yellow journalism
The kind of reporting that does not tell the truth and exagge…
armistice
An agreement to stop fighting.
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Social Studies Chapter 6
language
oral history
shelter
explorer
a set of words used to communicate
spoken history; history passed down from person to person
a home or other building that protects people from the weather
a person who goes to find out about a place
language
a set of words used to communicate
oral history
spoken history; history passed down from person to person
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Chapter 6 Social Studies
settlement
roanoke
jamestown
plymouth
A small community that is started in a new place
The name of the Island where the first English settlement was…
The first successful English colony in North America; found i…
A town started in 1620 by early English settlers
settlement
A small community that is started in a new place
roanoke
The name of the Island where the first English settlement was…
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Social Studies Chapter 6
economy
market economy
supply
demand
...
...
...
...
economy
...
market economy
...
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Social Studies Chapter 6
emigrated
ethnic groups
steerage
sweatshops
left their homelands
minorities that spoke different languages or customs from tho…
cramped quarters on lower decks of the ships
dark, crowded shops where workers made clothing
emigrated
left their homelands
ethnic groups
minorities that spoke different languages or customs from tho…
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Social Studies Chapter 6
Westward Expansion
Treaty
Sovereign
Zebulon Pike
Movement of settlers and ... immigrants from Eastern U.S. to ... Mi…
A written agreement... between two or more nations.... The first l…
Self-ruling and... independent... The US is a sovereign country.
Found the site for Fort Snelling in 1805.... Pike's Peak is nam…
Westward Expansion
Movement of settlers and ... immigrants from Eastern U.S. to ... Mi…
Treaty
A written agreement... between two or more nations.... The first l…
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social studies chapter 6
Westward Expanision
treaty
Sovereign
Zebulon Pike
movement of settlers and immigrants from Eastern U.S. to Midw…
written agreement between two or more nations... The treaty was…
self-ruling and independent ... The Indians were sovereign.
signed treaty for the land that is now Fort snelling, treaty…
Westward Expanision
movement of settlers and immigrants from Eastern U.S. to Midw…
treaty
written agreement between two or more nations... The treaty was…
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Social Studies Chapter 6
King George II
Quartering Act
Sugar Act
Stamp Act
British monarch who resigned during the American Revolution
act requiring the colonists to quarter, or house, British sol…
Law placing a tax on sugar, molasses, and other products ship…
Law requiring all legal and commercial documents to carry an…
King George II
British monarch who resigned during the American Revolution
Quartering Act
act requiring the colonists to quarter, or house, British sol…
Chapter 6 Social Studies
empire
capital
tribute
siege
a large territory where several groups of people are ruled by…
a city that is the center of government
wealth sent from one country or ruler to another as a sign th…
a military blockade and attack on city to force it to surrender
empire
a large territory where several groups of people are ruled by…
capital
a city that is the center of government
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Social Studies Chapter 6
Judaism
monotheism
Torah
Abraham
the religion of the Jewish people
the concept of one God (the ancient Hebrews worshipped one God)
the oldest religious writing of the Jewish people
The story of the Hebrews begins with Abraham. Abraham became…
Judaism
the religion of the Jewish people
monotheism
the concept of one God (the ancient Hebrews worshipped one God)
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social studies - chapter 6
Iroquois Confederacy
longhouse
clan
Great Law of Peace
powerful group of Native Americans joining together for a com…
a long wooden building in an Iroquois village that house many…
a group of families who share the same ancestor
leaders outlined their new government with this law (peace, g…
Iroquois Confederacy
powerful group of Native Americans joining together for a com…
longhouse
a long wooden building in an Iroquois village that house many…
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Chapter 6 Social Studies
neutral
Hessians
Nathan Hale
The Crisis
not taking sides ina conflict.
soldiers hired by Britain to fight a war.
a spy "I only regret I have but one life to lose for my count…
pamphlet written by Thomas Paine urging colonists to support…
neutral
not taking sides ina conflict.
Hessians
soldiers hired by Britain to fight a war.
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SOCIAL STUDIES CHAPTER 6
Manufacturing
Underground Railroad
Abolish
State' Rights
making of goods...tools clothing etc. (north)
was a system of secret routes along which runaway slaves use…
to end (end slavery)
idea that each state had the right to decide for itself about…
Manufacturing
making of goods...tools clothing etc. (north)
Underground Railroad
was a system of secret routes along which runaway slaves use…
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Social Studies Chapter 6
King George II
Quartering Act
Sugar Act
Stamp Act
British monarch who resigned during the American Revolution
act requiring the colonists to quarter, or house, British sol…
Law placing a tax on sugar, molasses, and other products ship…
Law requiring all legal and commercial documents to carry an…
King George II
British monarch who resigned during the American Revolution
Quartering Act
act requiring the colonists to quarter, or house, British sol…
Social Studies: Chapter 6
Amendment
Civil war
Colony
Conflict
A change to something that is written
A war in which citizens of one country fight each other
A place that is ruled by another country
A disagreement
Amendment
A change to something that is written
Civil war
A war in which citizens of one country fight each other
Social Studies Chapter 6
Iroquois Confederacy
Longhouse
Sachem
Patriots
A union of people who join together for a common goal
rectangular building made from the wood and bark of elm trees…
Council members
Colonists who were opposed to English rule
Iroquois Confederacy
A union of people who join together for a common goal
Longhouse
rectangular building made from the wood and bark of elm trees…
Social Studies Chapter 6 Vocabulary
oral history
shelter
explorer
settlement
spoken stories about the past
a home or other building that protects people from the weather
a person who goes to find out about a place
a new community
oral history
spoken stories about the past
shelter
a home or other building that protects people from the weather
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Social Studies Chapter 6 Vocabulary
language
oral history
shelter
explorer
A set of words used to communicate
Spoken history
Ahome or other building that protects people from the weather
A person who goes to find out about a place.
language
A set of words used to communicate
oral history
Spoken history
Social Studies Vocabulary Chapter 6
conflict
explorer
claim
settler
disagreement
a person who goes to find out about a place
to say that something belongs to you
one of the first people to live in a new community
conflict
disagreement
explorer
a person who goes to find out about a place
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Social studies chapter 6
proprietor
representative
treaty
free market economy
a person who owned and controlled all the land of a colony
a person who is chosen to speak and act for others
an official agreement between nations or groups
an economic system in which the people, not the government, d…
proprietor
a person who owned and controlled all the land of a colony
representative
a person who is chosen to speak and act for others
social studies chapter 6
Jade
Oracle
lords
Peasants
a hard gemstone
A prediction
people of high rank
Farmers with small farms
Jade
a hard gemstone
Oracle
A prediction
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Social Studies - Chapter 6
swamp
hurricane
ancestor
mineral
a low area of land that is covered by water at least part of…
a storm with heavy rains and high winds
a relative who lived long ago
a natural material found in rock
swamp
a low area of land that is covered by water at least part of…
hurricane
a storm with heavy rains and high winds
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