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History Chapter 14 Vocabulary
John Deere
Cyrus McCormick
reaper
Eli Whitney
invented self-sharpening steel plow
invented the reaper
machine for cutting or harvesting grain
invented the cotton gin
John Deere
invented self-sharpening steel plow
Cyrus McCormick
invented the reaper
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History Chapter 14 Vocabulary
soybeans
reservations
transcontinental
stampede
most profitable crop grown by farmers
land set aside for the Indians by the US
traveling the continent from coast to coast
a surge of people or animals
soybeans
most profitable crop grown by farmers
reservations
land set aside for the Indians by the US
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World History: Chapter 14
Simony
Gothic Style
Urban II
Crusade
The selling of official positions in the medieval Roman Catho…
A type of European architecture that developed in the Middle…
He was the Pope who called for the first Crusade in 1095. He…
A holy war. Specifically a number of wars in which medieval C…
Simony
The selling of official positions in the medieval Roman Catho…
Gothic Style
A type of European architecture that developed in the Middle…
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History chapter 14 vocabulary
Knight
Middle Ages
Medival
Feudalism
Soldier for a "lord"
The era between modern and ancient times
Referring to the Middle Ages
Land owned by kings or lords
Knight
Soldier for a "lord"
Middle Ages
The era between modern and ancient times
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History Chapter 14 Vocabulary
Pacifism
Militarism
Entente
Ultimatum
An opposition to war.
The glorification of the military.
A nonbinding agreement to follow common policies.
A final set of demands.
Pacifism
An opposition to war.
Militarism
The glorification of the military.
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History vocabulary chapter14
Middle Ages
Medieval
Feudalism
Manor
The years between ancient and modern times
Referring to the middle ages
A system in which land was owned by kings and lords but held…
A large estate often including farms and a village ruled by a…
Middle Ages
The years between ancient and modern times
Medieval
Referring to the middle ages
Chapter 14 Vocabulary(History)
Bessemer Process
Transcontinental Railroad
Credit Mobiler
Munn Vs. Illinois
A cheap and efficient process for making steal, developed aro…
a railroad line linking the Atlantic and Pacific coasts of th…
a construction company formed in 1864 by owners of the union…
an 1877 case in which the supreme court upheld states' regula…
Bessemer Process
A cheap and efficient process for making steal, developed aro…
Transcontinental Railroad
a railroad line linking the Atlantic and Pacific coasts of th…
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Chapter 14 History Vocabulary
Horn of Africa
Safari
Swahili
Jomo Kenyatta
a horn shaped extension of land of the East coast of Africa
an overland expedition for exploring,... hunting, or photography
an African language, commonly... spoken in East Africa
independent Kenya's... first president
Horn of Africa
a horn shaped extension of land of the East coast of Africa
Safari
an overland expedition for exploring,... hunting, or photography
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AP World History chapter 14 vocabulary
Muhammad Shah II
Khwarazm
Barbarian
Silk Road
Turkic ruler of Muslim Khwarazm kingdom; attempted to resist…
An old Islamic empire that was invaded by the Mongols under C…
(n) : a person in a savage, primitive state; uncivilized pers…
An ancient trade route between China and the Mediterranean Se…
Muhammad Shah II
Turkic ruler of Muslim Khwarazm kingdom; attempted to resist…
Khwarazm
An old Islamic empire that was invaded by the Mongols under C…
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History Chapter 14 Vocabulary
Jacksonian Democracy
Son of a NUTcracker
civil servant
artic puffin
the idea that the common people should control the government.
an expression used any time you get hurt during the holiday s…
an employee of the government
an animal in the artic that likes to pick snowberries
Jacksonian Democracy
the idea that the common people should control the government.
Son of a NUTcracker
an expression used any time you get hurt during the holiday s…
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Chapter 14 American History
Axis Powers
Appeasement
Allies
Lend Lease Act
Alliance of Germany, Italy, and Japan during World War II.
Accepting demands in order to avoid conflict
Great Britain, Soviet Union, US and other nations
1941 law that authorized the President to provide aid to any…
Axis Powers
Alliance of Germany, Italy, and Japan during World War II.
Appeasement
Accepting demands in order to avoid conflict
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History Chapter 14 Vocabulary
Minarets
Oasis
Astrolabe
Caliph (+ the goal of the first ones a…
Towers of Mosques used to call Muslims to pray.
A green area in the desert with water.
Tool using star position for navigation.
Muslim leader "successors" ... Project and spread Islam
Minarets
Towers of Mosques used to call Muslims to pray.
Oasis
A green area in the desert with water.
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US History Chapter 14
Closed Shop
Right-to-work laws
"Do-Nothing Congress"
Fair-Deal
Businesses that only hired union workers
Anyone was able to work without being forced to join a union…
What Truman called congress because they would not pass any o…
The name of Truman's programs that he tried to pass to make l…
Closed Shop
Businesses that only hired union workers
Right-to-work laws
Anyone was able to work without being forced to join a union…
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World History Chapter 14
Simony
Gothic Style
Urban II
Crusade
The selling of official positions in the medieval Roman Catho…
A type of European architecture that developed in the Middle…
He was the Pope who called for the first Crusade in 1095. He…
A holy war. Specifically a number of wars in which medieval C…
Simony
The selling of official positions in the medieval Roman Catho…
Gothic Style
A type of European architecture that developed in the Middle…
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History 6: Chapter 14 Vocabulary
Domesday Book
Middle Ages
Magna Carta
monk
a book that contains specific information about life in Engla…
the period in Europe from about A.D. 500 to 1500
the document agreed to by King John; this document was also c…
men who devoted their lives to the Christian religion
Domesday Book
a book that contains specific information about life in Engla…
Middle Ages
the period in Europe from about A.D. 500 to 1500
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World History - Chapter 14-1
Simony
Gothic
Gothic Architecture
Urban II
The process when bishops sold positions in the church
During Medieval times
Light, airy, stained glass windows and tall spires
Pope who started the Holy Wars (Crusades)
Simony
The process when bishops sold positions in the church
Gothic
During Medieval times
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History 5: Chapter 14 Vocabulary
sectionalism
slave codes
Underground Railroad
free state
loyalty to one section of a country rather that to the whole…
laws designed to control the behavior of slaves
system of secret routes used by escaping slaves that led from…
a state that did not allow slavery
sectionalism
loyalty to one section of a country rather that to the whole…
slave codes
laws designed to control the behavior of slaves
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Biology Chapter 14 Vocabulary The History of Life
fossil
paleontologist
relative dating
law of superposition
any preserved evidence of an organism
scientist who studies fossils
method used to determine age of rocks by comparing them with…
relative dating is based off of this; states that younger lay…
fossil
any preserved evidence of an organism
paleontologist
scientist who studies fossils
History Alive Chapter 14
Articles of Confederation
Constitutional Convention
Constitution
Branches of Government
The document that described a new national government for the…
The meeting of delegates in Philadelphia in 1787 that made pl…
The document that describes the government of the United Stat…
Part of government with different kinds of responsibilities a…
Articles of Confederation
The document that described a new national government for the…
Constitutional Convention
The meeting of delegates in Philadelphia in 1787 that made pl…
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History: Chapter 14 Vocabulary
Nativists
Horace Mann
Frederick Douglass
Susan B. Anthony
Americans and others who opposed immigration
"The Father of American Education" who created public education
African- American abolitionist who escaped slavery at the age…
Was a very big activist for women's rights who created the Se…
Nativists
Americans and others who opposed immigration
Horace Mann
"The Father of American Education" who created public education
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AP World History chapter 14 vocabulary
Muhammad Shah II
Khwarazm
Barbarian
Silk Road
Turkic ruler of Muslim Khwarazm kingdom; attempted to resist…
An old Islamic empire that was invaded by the Mongols under C…
(n) : a person in a savage, primitive state; uncivilized pers…
An ancient trade route between China and the Mediterranean Se…
Muhammad Shah II
Turkic ruler of Muslim Khwarazm kingdom; attempted to resist…
Khwarazm
An old Islamic empire that was invaded by the Mongols under C…
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History Alive Chapter 14
Articles of Confederation
Constitutional Convention
Constitution
Branches of Government
The document that described a new national government for the…
The meeting of delegates in Philadelphia in 1787 that made pl…
The document that describes the government of the United Stat…
Part of government with different kinds of responsibilities a…
Articles of Confederation
The document that described a new national government for the…
Constitutional Convention
The meeting of delegates in Philadelphia in 1787 that made pl…
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World History: Chapter 14 (Pictures)
Gothic architecture
map of the Crusades
three-field system
Thomas Aquinas
Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris
Gothic architecture
Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris
map of the Crusades
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Chapter 14 History of Life Vocabulary
Anthropoid
Bipedal
Epoch
Hominid
A humanlike primate
An animal that walks on two legs
The smallest unit of geologic time, lasting several million y…
A primate that walks upright, has long lower limbs, thumbs th…
Anthropoid
A humanlike primate
Bipedal
An animal that walks on two legs
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History 10 - Chapter 14 Vocabulary
De jure segregation
Black Panthers
"Bloody Sunday"
Brown v. Board of Education
Segregation by law
Organization of militant blacks in the late 1960's
Violent confrontation between police and protestors during th…
Rejected the "separate but equal" doctrine and said that scho…
De jure segregation
Segregation by law
Black Panthers
Organization of militant blacks in the late 1960's
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US History Chapter 14 Vocabulary
Moratorium
Dole
Subsidy
Unionization
A suspension of activity; an official waiting period; an auth…
Money or goods given as charity
A government payment that supports a business or market
To fight for workers' rights, workers sometimes form a union—…
Moratorium
A suspension of activity; an official waiting period; an auth…
Dole
Money or goods given as charity
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Chapter 14 - Art History
emblematic
eschew
essence
evocative
adjective; symbolic; representative
verb; to avoid; to shun; to escape
noun; the quality of a thing that gives it its identity; the…
adjective; having the power to produce a reaction; suggestive
emblematic
adjective; symbolic; representative
eschew
verb; to avoid; to shun; to escape
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US History Chapter 14 Vocabulary
Clipper Ship
Innovation
Telegraph
Transform
Ship with sleek hulls and tall sails that "clipped" time from…
A new development or invention
A devise that used electric signals to send messages
To change significantly
Clipper Ship
Ship with sleek hulls and tall sails that "clipped" time from…
Innovation
A new development or invention
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History Alive Chapter 14
Articles of Confederation
Constitutional Convention
Constitution
Branches of Government
The document that described a new national government for the…
The meeting of delegates in Philadelphia in 1787 that made pl…
The document that describes the government of the United Stat…
Part of government with different kinds of responsibilities a…
Articles of Confederation
The document that described a new national government for the…
Constitutional Convention
The meeting of delegates in Philadelphia in 1787 that made pl…
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Utah History Chapter 14 Vocabulary
Administrator
Aerospace
Cash Crop
Commercial
A person who manages a business
The industry concerned with manufacturing aircraft and spacec…
Products grown or raised to be sold for cash
Relating to business and profit
Administrator
A person who manages a business
Aerospace
The industry concerned with manufacturing aircraft and spacec…
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US History Chapter 14
Bessemer Process
Alexander Graham Bell
Thomas Edison
Transcontinental Railroad
A cheap and effective way to manufacture steel.
Invented the telephone
Patented the lightbulb.
Railroad connecting the west and east coasts of the continent…
Bessemer Process
A cheap and effective way to manufacture steel.
Alexander Graham Bell
Invented the telephone
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World History Chapter 14 Vocabulary
Crusades
Holy Land
Pope Urban II
Saladin
Series of wars carried out by European Christians to gain con…
Region that includes Jerusalem and the area around it that is…
Pope who ordered the Crusades in 1095.
Muslim sultan and hero; he campaigned to drive the Christians…
Crusades
Series of wars carried out by European Christians to gain con…
Holy Land
Region that includes Jerusalem and the area around it that is…
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History of Our World Chapter 14 Vocabulary
Middle Ages
medieval
feudalism
manor
the years between ancient and modern times
referring to the Middle Ages
a system in which land was owned by kings or lords but held b…
a large estate, often including farms and a village, ruled by…
Middle Ages
the years between ancient and modern times
medieval
referring to the Middle Ages
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AMSCO AP US History Chapter 14
border states
Confederate States of America
Jefferson Davis
Alexander H. Stephens
During the Civil War the term for the the states of Delaware,…
In February 1861, representatives of South Carolina, Georgia,…
He served as President of the Confederate States during the C…
He served as vice president of the Confederate States of Amer…
border states
During the Civil War the term for the the states of Delaware,…
Confederate States of America
In February 1861, representatives of South Carolina, Georgia,…
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chapter 14 world history
militant
Hugenots
house of bourbon
Henry of Navarre
combative- describes the Calvinism and Catholicism religions.…
French Protestants who followed the teachings of John Calvin…
group of nobles that were Huguenots. Ruled the southern Frenc…
Political leader of the Huguenots and a member of the Bourbon…
militant
combative- describes the Calvinism and Catholicism religions.…
Hugenots
French Protestants who followed the teachings of John Calvin…
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American History Chapter 14 Vocabulary
Central Powers
Espionage
Allies
Conscription
Germany, Austria-Hungary, Ottoman Empire, and Bulgaria.
Spying to acquire government secrets.
France, Britain, Russia, and the United States.
Forced military service. The U.S. created a new conscription…
Central Powers
Germany, Austria-Hungary, Ottoman Empire, and Bulgaria.
Espionage
Spying to acquire government secrets.
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World History Chapter 14 Vocabulary
Crusades
Holy Land
Pope Urban II
Saladin
Series of wars carried out by European Christians to gain con…
Region that includes Jerusalem and the area around it that is…
Pope who ordered the Crusades in 1095.
Muslim sultan and hero; he campaigned to drive the Christians…
Crusades
Series of wars carried out by European Christians to gain con…
Holy Land
Region that includes Jerusalem and the area around it that is…
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World History Chapter 14 Vocabulary
Czar Nicholas II
Rasputin
Bolsheviks
Vladimir Lenin
(1868-1918) Czar of Russia (1894-1917). He was overthrown dur…
Russian peasant monk who was able to influence Russian politi…
a group of revolutionary Russian Marxists who took control of…
Russian founder of the Bolsheviks and leader of the Russian R…
Czar Nicholas II
(1868-1918) Czar of Russia (1894-1917). He was overthrown dur…
Rasputin
Russian peasant monk who was able to influence Russian politi…
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English 9- Chapter 14 History Vocabulary
zealous
stewards/ stewardship
impunity
beseech
feeling or showing strong and energetic support for a person,…
someone who protects or is responsible for money, property, e…
freedom from punishment, harm, or loss
: to beg (someone) for something
zealous
feeling or showing strong and energetic support for a person,…
stewards/ stewardship
someone who protects or is responsible for money, property, e…
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AMSCO AP US History Chapter 14
border states
Confederate States of America
Jefferson Davis
Alexander H. Stephens
During the Civil War the term for the the states of Delaware,…
In February 1861, representatives of South Carolina, Georgia,…
He served as President of the Confederate States during the C…
He served as vice president of the Confederate States of Amer…
border states
During the Civil War the term for the the states of Delaware,…
Confederate States of America
In February 1861, representatives of South Carolina, Georgia,…
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World History Chapter 14-4
Pope Clement V
City of Avignon, France
Great Schism
John Wycliffe
Moved the papacy from Rome to Avignon, France
City in France where Popes lived for 69 years
A time when there were two Popes because the church was divid…
Englishman who said that Jesus Christ was the head of the Chu…
Pope Clement V
Moved the papacy from Rome to Avignon, France
City of Avignon, France
City in France where Popes lived for 69 years
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Chapter 14 Vocabulary US History
price support
credit
Alfred E Smith
Dow Jones Industrial Average
the maintenance of a price at a certain level though government
an arrangement in which a buyer pays later for a purchase oft…
elected governor of NY. Democratic US Presidential candidate…
a measure based on the prices of the stocks of 30 large compa…
price support
the maintenance of a price at a certain level though government
credit
an arrangement in which a buyer pays later for a purchase oft…
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World History Chapter 14 Vocabulary
Humanist
Niccolo Machiavelli
perspective
Baldassare Castiglione
searched out manuscripts written in Greek and Latin.
one of the most influential writers of the Renaissance. prese…
painting technique used by the Renaissance writers, by making…
wrote the most famous book of the Renaissance called The Book…
Humanist
searched out manuscripts written in Greek and Latin.
Niccolo Machiavelli
one of the most influential writers of the Renaissance. prese…
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AMSCO AP US History Chapter 14
border states
Confederate States of America
Jefferson Davis
Alexander H. Stephens
During the Civil War the term for the the states of Delaware,…
In February 1861, representatives of South Carolina, Georgia,…
He served as President of the Confederate States during the C…
He served as vice president of the Confederate States of Amer…
border states
During the Civil War the term for the the states of Delaware,…
Confederate States of America
In February 1861, representatives of South Carolina, Georgia,…
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BIOLOGY CHAPTER 14 The History of Life
extinction
fossil
paleontologist
relative dating
the death of all individuals of a species
any preserved evidence of an organism
A scientist who studies fossils
a method used to determine the age of rocks by comparing them…
extinction
the death of all individuals of a species
fossil
any preserved evidence of an organism
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AP US History Chapter 14
Crittenden Compromise
total war
Draft (conscription)
habeas corpus
A plan proposed by Senator John J. Crittenden for a constitut…
A form of warfare that mobilizes all of a societies resources…
The system for selecting individuals for compulsory military…
A legal writ forcing government authorities to justify their…
Crittenden Compromise
A plan proposed by Senator John J. Crittenden for a constitut…
total war
A form of warfare that mobilizes all of a societies resources…
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World History Chapter 14
multinational corporation
megacity
favela
magic realism
a company with divisions in more than two countries (p. 651)
cities with rapidly increasing populations, having trouble ke…
squatter settlements lacking basic urban services (p. 654)
a form of expression unique to Latin American literature; it…
multinational corporation
a company with divisions in more than two countries (p. 651)
megacity
cities with rapidly increasing populations, having trouble ke…
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American History 2 - Chapter 14 Vocabulary
imperialism
protectorate
Anglo-Saxonism
Matthew C. Perry
any instance of aggressive extension of authority
a state or territory partly controlled by (but not a possessi…
the belief that English speaking countries are superior
in 1853 presented the Japanese with a letter from the Preside…
imperialism
any instance of aggressive extension of authority
protectorate
a state or territory partly controlled by (but not a possessi…
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Chapter 14 History vocabulary
utopia
revival
temperance
normal school
community based on a vision of a perfect society
a series of meetings conducted by a preacher to arouse religi…
the use of little or no alcoholic drink
a 2 year school for training high school graduates as teachers
utopia
community based on a vision of a perfect society
revival
a series of meetings conducted by a preacher to arouse religi…
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World History - Chapter 14 Vocabulary
imperialism
protectorate
indirect rule
direct rule
the extension of a nation's power over other lands
a political unit that depends on another government for its p…
colonial government in which local rulers are allowed to main…
Colonial government in which local elites are removed from po…
imperialism
the extension of a nation's power over other lands
protectorate
a political unit that depends on another government for its p…
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