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Social Studies History Alive! Chapter 9
Capital
Capitol
Culture
Capital of Virginia in 1699-1780
the town or city where government leaders do their work
the main government building
people's beliefs and way of life
Williamsburg
Capital
the town or city where government leaders do their work
Capitol
the main government building
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social studies world history chapter 9 study guide
landowners in England began using a te…
what is enclosures?
what were the 2 results with using enc…
what invention was created in 1701 and…
enclosures
when they would use a large field and experiment with new har…
1st we see new ways of producing agricultural developments 2n…
seed drill it allowed seeds to sow in well space out roads
landowners in England began using a te…
enclosures
what is enclosures?
when they would use a large field and experiment with new har…
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Social Studies Chapter 9
England lose war
New World
France
French and Indian War
ambush
New France
Quebec
Indians help French
England lose war
ambush
New World
New France
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History Alive! Chapter 9
Williamsburg
government
culture
capital
the capital town of the British colony of Virginia, where the…
the system or form by which a community or other political un…
way of life
a city or town where the government of a state or nation meets
Williamsburg
the capital town of the British colony of Virginia, where the…
government
the system or form by which a community or other political un…
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World History - Chapter 9
Beringia
Ice Age
maize
Mesoamerica
land bridge connecting Asia with the Americas
time period from 1.6 million to 10,000 BC; glaciers spread so…
corn; one of the most important crops
first complex societies in the Americas; area from central Me…
Beringia
land bridge connecting Asia with the Americas
Ice Age
time period from 1.6 million to 10,000 BC; glaciers spread so…
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Chapter 9 Social Studies
Butte
Mesa
Canyon
Erosion
A hill with a flat top that is smaller than a mesa
A hill with a flat top
A deep, narrow valley with steep sides
The wearing away of soil and rock by water, wind, or ice
Butte
A hill with a flat top that is smaller than a mesa
Mesa
A hill with a flat top
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Chapter 9 Social studies
Social Class
Social Pyramid
Artisan
Peasant
a group of society distinguished from other groups
a triangular shape with levels showing how classes are positi…
a craftsperson
a person who does farm work for wealthy landowners
Social Class
a group of society distinguished from other groups
Social Pyramid
a triangular shape with levels showing how classes are positi…
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Chapter 9 history
Patriots
Loyalists
neutral
enlist
American colonists who were determined to fight the British u…
American colonists who remained loyal to Britain and opposed…
Not favoring either side
to join the armed forces
Patriots
American colonists who were determined to fight the British u…
Loyalists
American colonists who remained loyal to Britain and opposed…
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Study Guide History Chapter 9
Impressment
Ghost Towns
Spirituals
Erie Canal
This was done by British soldiers. The soldiers would capture…
Empty, deserted towns where nobody lived. Miners would leave…
America's greatest contribution to the field of music.
The first major man-made canal in the United States.
Impressment
This was done by British soldiers. The soldiers would capture…
Ghost Towns
Empty, deserted towns where nobody lived. Miners would leave…
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Chapter 9 study guide for History
cavalry
Pax Sinica
Civil service
mandarin
soldiers mounted on horseback
*a time of peace in the Han dynasty that lasted for 400 yrs... *…
system by which government offices are given on the basis of…
member of the elite class of civil servants in Chinese govern…
cavalry
soldiers mounted on horseback
Pax Sinica
*a time of peace in the Han dynasty that lasted for 400 yrs... *…
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History Chapter 9 Study Guide
ancestor
dialect
feudalism
oracle
relatives who have lived before them
different forms of the same language
a system created by the kings to maintain and expand territor…
a prediction about the future
ancestor
relatives who have lived before them
dialect
different forms of the same language
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6th grade History Chapter 9 Study Guide
Senate
Tribe
Plebeians
Pax Romana
Branch of roman government that controlled finances and passe…
Group of people who share a common ancestors and common culture
The Roman social class that struggled to gain social and poli…
The period of prosperity and peace during the Roman era
Senate
Branch of roman government that controlled finances and passe…
Tribe
Group of people who share a common ancestors and common culture
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History Chapter 9 Study Guide
Thomas Jefferson
Aaron Burr
John Marshall
Meriwether Lewis
3rd President of the United States , He was a delegate from V…
Aaron Burr was one of the leading Democratic-Republicans of N…
1755-1835. U.S. Chief Supreme Court Justice. Oversaw over 100…
The captain of the Corps of Discovery who documented most of…
Thomas Jefferson
3rd President of the United States , He was a delegate from V…
Aaron Burr
Aaron Burr was one of the leading Democratic-Republicans of N…
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History Alive! Chapter 9
Williamsburg
government
culture
capital
the capital town of the British colony of Virginia, where the…
the system or form by which a community or other political un…
way of life
a city or town where the government of a state or nation meets
Williamsburg
the capital town of the British colony of Virginia, where the…
government
the system or form by which a community or other political un…
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Chapter 9 social studies
Williamsburg
capitol
craftsman
trade
The capital town of the British colony of Virginia, where the…
The main government building, in which lawmakers meet.
A person who works at a job that requires manual or artistic…
A craft or an occupation that requires manual, artistic, or m…
Williamsburg
The capital town of the British colony of Virginia, where the…
capitol
The main government building, in which lawmakers meet.
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Social Studies chapter 9
Militarism
U-boats
Armistice
Stock Market
The use of strong armies and threats and force to gain power.
underwater boats.
agreement to stop fighting.
Shares of land are sold.
Militarism
The use of strong armies and threats and force to gain power.
U-boats
underwater boats.
5th grade Houghton Mifflin Social Studies US History: Unit 4,Chapter 9 vocabulary
Constitution
Citizen
Territory
Ordinance
A written plan for government.
An official member of a city, state, or nation.
Land ruled by a national government but which has no represen…
A law
Constitution
A written plan for government.
Citizen
An official member of a city, state, or nation.
American History / Chapter 9
Manifest Destiny
Squatters
John Deere
Cyrus McCormick
Idea that God had given the continent to Americans and wanted…
Pioneers who settled on lands that they did not own
Designed a plow with sharp-edged steel blades in 1837
Patented a mechanical reaper in 1834
Manifest Destiny
Idea that God had given the continent to Americans and wanted…
Squatters
Pioneers who settled on lands that they did not own
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NC History Chapter 9 Study Guide
burley
RJ Reynolds
bowls
bowl weevil
mountain farmers produced a darker, heavier air cured tobacco
man who owned 1/3 of the tobacco factories
white, fluffy cotton
insects that ate the cotton and destroyed the plants
burley
mountain farmers produced a darker, heavier air cured tobacco
RJ Reynolds
man who owned 1/3 of the tobacco factories
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Social Studies Chapter 9
France
turning point
Treaty of Paris
ordinance
a country to support the Americans during the Revolutionary War
an event that causes an important change
ended the Revolutionary War
a set of laws
France
a country to support the Americans during the Revolutionary War
turning point
an event that causes an important change
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Chapter 9 History Study Guide
ordeal, battle
the normans
william
king Harold
German law, __ or __ decided your guilt or innocence by some…
Who invaded England in 1066?
Who won the Battle of Hastings?
Who was defeated in the Battle of Hastings?
ordeal, battle
German law, __ or __ decided your guilt or innocence by some…
the normans
Who invaded England in 1066?
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Chapter 9 History Study Guide
Articles of Confederation
Virginia Plan
New Jersey Plan
Shay's Rebellion
gave states too much power
developed by James Madison, federal government, gave states r…
gave states the same number of representatives
farmers fought for their land; showed that the Articles of Co…
Articles of Confederation
gave states too much power
Virginia Plan
developed by James Madison, federal government, gave states r…
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American History-Chapter 9
Woodrow Wilson
Conservation
William H. Taft
Federal Reserve System
President of the United States who was a former president of…
A movement to protect America's natural Resources
President who actions split the Republican party after he ang…
A plan that reformed how American banks were organized... Decen…
Woodrow Wilson
President of the United States who was a former president of…
Conservation
A movement to protect America's natural Resources
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Social Studies Chapter 9
Forming an Army, choosing an army comm…
Common Sense, a pamphlet written by Th…
Common Sense caused the ...
The Declaration of Independence states…
the Second Continental Congress.
that was easy for most people to understand.
Declaration of independence to be drafted.
"certain unalienable rights."
Forming an Army, choosing an army comm…
the Second Continental Congress.
Common Sense, a pamphlet written by Th…
that was easy for most people to understand.
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Social Studies Chapter 9
constitution
citizen
The Articles of Confederation
territory
a written plan for government
an official member of a city, a state, or a nation
the first plan for a national government
land ruled by a national government but which has no represen…
constitution
a written plan for government
citizen
an official member of a city, a state, or a nation
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Houghton Mifflin Social Studies US History: Unit 4,Chapter 9
Constitution
Citizen
Territory
Ordinance
A written plan for government.
An official member of a city, state, or nation.
Land ruled by a national government but which has no represen…
A law
Constitution
A written plan for government.
Citizen
An official member of a city, state, or nation.
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Social Studies-Chapter 9
biofuel
political boundary
service sector
yellow journalism
corn and sugarcane can be used as this for cars and trucks.
divides one country from another.
part of the economy that includes hospitals, restaurants, and…
news writing that is exaggerated to shock and upset people.
biofuel
corn and sugarcane can be used as this for cars and trucks.
political boundary
divides one country from another.
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Social Studies Chapter 9
fur trade
mission
trading post
sod
the trading of fur for other items
a settlement set up by a religious group to teach their relig…
a type of store where people buy and sell goods
the grass, roots, and dirt that form the ground's top layer
fur trade
the trading of fur for other items
mission
a settlement set up by a religious group to teach their relig…
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History Chapter 9
"Father of American Missions"
One of the best-known circuit-riding p…
the woman responsible for New York Cit…
the man who wrote the 1st major Americ…
Adoniram Judson
Peter Cartwright
Catherine Ferguson
Noah Webster
"Father of American Missions"
Adoniram Judson
One of the best-known circuit-riding p…
Peter Cartwright
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Social Studies Chapter 9
fur trade
mission
trading post
sod
The trading of fur for other items
A settlement set up by a religious group to teach their relig…
A type of store where people buy and sell goods
The grass, roots, and dirt that form the ground's top layer
fur trade
The trading of fur for other items
mission
A settlement set up by a religious group to teach their relig…
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social studies review for chapter 9 test world history
What term refers to the holding of bel…
Who laid the foundation for a unified…
When William served England's taxable…
Henry the second uniform laws for all…
heresy
alfred the great
doomsday book
command law
What term refers to the holding of bel…
heresy
Who laid the foundation for a unified…
alfred the great
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History chapter 9 study guide
Idea starts off as a
A bill is debated and voted upon by both
This many of each house have to vote f…
If 2/3 agree on the bill it goes to
Bill
Houses
2/3
The president
Idea starts off as a
Bill
A bill is debated and voted upon by both
Houses
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History chapter 9
Patriot
Loyalist
Neutral
inflation
a colonist who was against the British ruling the colonies an…
a person who remained loyal to the British king
not taking a side in a disagreement
an economic condition in which more money is needed to buy go…
Patriot
a colonist who was against the British ruling the colonies an…
Loyalist
a person who remained loyal to the British king
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History Study Guide Chapter 9
Thomas Jefferson's views on the size o…
Thomas Jefferson and the Sedition Act
Judicial review
Laissez Faire
He was a republican, so he wanted wanted the states to have m…
The sedition act limited peoples' right of freedom of speech.…
The authority of the Supreme Court to strike down unconstitut…
That the government should not interfere in the economy
Thomas Jefferson's views on the size o…
He was a republican, so he wanted wanted the states to have m…
Thomas Jefferson and the Sedition Act
The sedition act limited peoples' right of freedom of speech.…
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History Chapter 9 Study Guide
Samuel Slater
Adam Smith
"Age of Industrialization"
Francis Cabot Lowell
built a spinning machine from memory and a partial design. Mo…
defended idea of free economy or free markets, wrote Wealth o…
Time period where machines were developed to produce goods
In 1813, he and four other investors revolutionized the Ameri…
Samuel Slater
built a spinning machine from memory and a partial design. Mo…
Adam Smith
defended idea of free economy or free markets, wrote Wealth o…
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8th Grade WMS Social Studies - History Alive Chapter 9
What is the main job of the legislativ…
Who makes up the legislative branch?
How can Congress pass a law?
What are at least three powers of Cong…
Make and pass laws
The Senate and the House of Representatives
A person from the house or senate proposes a law. Majority in…
Raise an army or navy, declare war, pay government debts, dec…
What is the main job of the legislativ…
Make and pass laws
Who makes up the legislative branch?
The Senate and the House of Representatives
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History study guide chapter 9
Niagara Movement
public schools--- roles that they play…
lynching
Poll tax
A group of African Americans that called for full civil liber…
It became necessary for economic and social success for immig…
The murder of an accused person by s mob without a lawful trial
A special fee that must be paid before a person is permitted…
Niagara Movement
A group of African Americans that called for full civil liber…
public schools--- roles that they play…
It became necessary for economic and social success for immig…
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AP Art History Chapter 9
central
Tyrrhenians
north
geometric
The heartland of the Etruscans was the territory between the…
The Greeks referred to the Etruscans as__________________.
Modern researchers have theorized that the Etruscans came to…
The Villanovan era is comparable to the _____________period o…
central
The heartland of the Etruscans was the territory between the…
Tyrrhenians
The Greeks referred to the Etruscans as__________________.
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History Chapter 9 study guide
Estate-General
Absolute Monarchy
Constitutional Monarchy
Taille
Each estate gets one vote. 1&2 always vote together. 3 estate…
A form of government in which the monarch has absolute power…
Is a monarchy in which governing powers of the monarch are re…
France's chief tax
Estate-General
Each estate gets one vote. 1&2 always vote together. 3 estate…
Absolute Monarchy
A form of government in which the monarch has absolute power…
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World History Chapter 9-10 Study Guide
Wergild
Ordeal
Bishopric
Pope
a fine, the amount paid by the wrongdoer to the family of the…
a difficult or painful experience, a trial
a group of Christian communities, or parishes, under the auth…
Head of the Roman Catholic Church
Wergild
a fine, the amount paid by the wrongdoer to the family of the…
Ordeal
a difficult or painful experience, a trial
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chapter 9 world history
visigoths
ostrogoths
importance of monasticism
anglo saxons
A Germanic tribe who settled primarily in Spain; until the os…
A Germanic tribe that took control in the 5th century
convert pagans, dedication to god, provides school, hospitals…
anglos and saxons from germanic tribes from denmark and north…
visigoths
A Germanic tribe who settled primarily in Spain; until the os…
ostrogoths
A Germanic tribe that took control in the 5th century
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chapter 9 vocab history
exchequer
common law
jury
lay investiture
treasury
system of law that is the same for all people, based on court…
group of people sworn to make a decision in a legal case
creation of bishops by anyone who is not a member of the clergy
exchequer
treasury
common law
system of law that is the same for all people, based on court…
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Social Studies Chapter 9
Williamsburg
capitol
craftsmen
trade
the capital town of the British colony of Virginia, where the…
the main government building, in which lawmakers meet
a person who works at a job that requires manual or artistic…
a craft or an occupation that requires manual, artistic, or m…
Williamsburg
the capital town of the British colony of Virginia, where the…
capitol
the main government building, in which lawmakers meet
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Social Studies - Chapter 9 Europe Section 2 Early History - (VOCABULARY)
democracy
city-state
golden age
philosopher
a form of government by the people in which citizens often el…
it was independent and made up of a city and the territories…
a period of great wealth, culture, and democracy in GREECE.
a person who examines questions about the universe and search…
democracy
a form of government by the people in which citizens often el…
city-state
it was independent and made up of a city and the territories…
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Chapter 9 History Study Guide
A flow of African Americans moving fro…
Mexican Americans who migrated North t…
To conserve energy, the Fuel Administr…
Clerical Workers
What was the great migration during WWI?
What are Barrios?
Why was daylight savings time introduced?
What was the only group of women in the military sent oversea…
A flow of African Americans moving fro…
What was the great migration during WWI?
Mexican Americans who migrated North t…
What are Barrios?
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Chapter 9 History Study Guide
land ownership in the continental US-…
native american and Mexican contributi…
manifest destiny- what is it
Oregon fur trade- what is the importance
Russia, Britain, Mexico, United states
Cultures, races, religions, language
that the US was bound to expand westward so that they would h…
that the Oregon fur traders helped create many of the trails…
land ownership in the continental US-…
Russia, Britain, Mexico, United states
native american and Mexican contributi…
Cultures, races, religions, language
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History Study Guide: Chapter 9
Quito
Chile (What do they grow for exports?)
Mestizo
Petroleum (Who has it as a major miner…
Capital of Ecuador
Wheat, corn, beans, sugar, and potatoes
Person with mixed Spanish and Native American background
Ecuador
Quito
Capital of Ecuador
Chile (What do they grow for exports?)
Wheat, corn, beans, sugar, and potatoes
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Chapter 9 History Study Guide
Strike
Laissez faire
Collective bargaining
Communism
There are strength in numbers so when the workers wanted some…
Let the people do what they want! Free Market Economy
Negotiation of wages and other conditions of employment by an…
Classless society; no private property "Utopian" - equal (gov…
Strike
There are strength in numbers so when the workers wanted some…
Laissez faire
Let the people do what they want! Free Market Economy
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History Chapter 9 Review
main job of the Legislative Branch
main job of the Executive Branch
checks and balances
Judicial Review
to make laws
to enforce and carry out federal laws
keeps any one branch from becoming too powerful
Supreme Court's power to declare a law unconstitutional
main job of the Legislative Branch
to make laws
main job of the Executive Branch
to enforce and carry out federal laws
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History Chapter 9 Study Guide
Robert E. Lee
Lincoln/ habeas corpus
Andersonville/commander
Prisoner Exchange
Top Confederate General
Where you are arrested without a cause
Henry Wirz
Where the Union and Confederates traded a soldier for another
Robert E. Lee
Top Confederate General
Lincoln/ habeas corpus
Where you are arrested without a cause
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