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Chapter 5: North America
prairie
tumbleweed
prairie dog
buffalo
a plain or a hilly region within the temperate zone that is c…
certain plants that dry up and break off from their weeds at…
ground squirrels
a kind of wild ox; bison
prairie
a plain or a hilly region within the temperate zone that is c…
tumbleweed
certain plants that dry up and break off from their weeds at…
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Chapter 5 - British North America
British North America
Confederation
Primary Sources
Colony
The name of the land that we now know as Canada in the mid- 1…
The event that created the country of Canada in 1867.
A first-hand account made at the time an event occurs includi…
A territory of the "home" country in another part of the world.
British North America
The name of the land that we now know as Canada in the mid- 1…
Confederation
The event that created the country of Canada in 1867.
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Chapter 5 "Life in British North America" Terms
colony
French Shore
rural
urban
A territory of a "home" country in another part of the world.
An area of Newfoundland that by treaty allowed fishers from F…
living on farms or other places outside larger cities and towns
living in cities and larger towns
colony
A territory of a "home" country in another part of the world.
French Shore
An area of Newfoundland that by treaty allowed fishers from F…
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Chapter 5: Urban Sprawl in North America
metropolitan areas
rural fringe
suburb
urban core
a major population center made up of a large city and the sma…
the small towns, farms, and open spaces that lie just beyond…
a developed area at the edge of a city that is mainly homes.…
the older part of a big city. Often the urban core serves as…
metropolitan areas
a major population center made up of a large city and the sma…
rural fringe
the small towns, farms, and open spaces that lie just beyond…
24 terms
Chapter 5 "Life in British North America" Terms
colony
French Shore
rural
urban
A territory of a "home" country in another part of the world.
An area of Newfoundland that by treaty allowed fishers from F…
living on farms or other places outside larger cities and towns
living in cities and larger towns
colony
A territory of a "home" country in another part of the world.
French Shore
An area of Newfoundland that by treaty allowed fishers from F…
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North America Chapter 5
Adena
Hopewell
Mississippian
poverty point
(Ca. 800 BC- AD 1)... early woodland period... -conical burial moun…
(Ca. AD 1- 800)... middle woodland period... -maintained a mixed ec…
(Ca. AD 800-1700)... involved population migrations into prime a…
(Ca. 1200 BC) louisiana... difficult to interpret... trade goods we…
Adena
(Ca. 800 BC- AD 1)... early woodland period... -conical burial moun…
Hopewell
(Ca. AD 1- 800)... middle woodland period... -maintained a mixed ec…
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Chapter 5 "Life in British North America" Terms
Colony
French Shore
Rural
Urban
A territory of a "home" country in another part of the world.
An area of Newfoundland that by treaty allowed fishers from F…
Living on farms or other places outside larger cities and tow…
Living in cities and larger towns.
Colony
A territory of a "home" country in another part of the world.
French Shore
An area of Newfoundland that by treaty allowed fishers from F…
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north dakota history chapter 5
who are the three affiliated tribes?
who are the three Sioux tribes?
meeting during the summer where the se…
who is the largest group in the Sioux…
Mandan, Hidatsa, and Arikara
Lakota, Dakota, and Nakota
Seven Council Fires
the Lakota
who are the three affiliated tribes?
Mandan, Hidatsa, and Arikara
who are the three Sioux tribes?
Lakota, Dakota, and Nakota
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Chapter 5- The Colonizarion of North Carolina Vocabulary
Joint-stock company
Capital
Indentured servant
navigable
A company whos stock is owned by more than one person/group
Head of a certian place
a person under contract to work but no payment. usually inclu…
able to be sailed on by ships or boats.
Joint-stock company
A company whos stock is owned by more than one person/group
Capital
Head of a certian place
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Chapter 5 Urban Sprawl in North America
郊区
乡村
市区
扩张
(jiāo qū) [noun] suburb
(xiāng cūn) [noun] countryside; rural area
(shì qū) [noun] urban area/downtown
(kuò zhāng) [verb/noun] to expand/sprawl
郊区
(jiāo qū) [noun] suburb
乡村
(xiāng cūn) [noun] countryside; rural area
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Chapter 5--The Cultures of Colonial North America
Métis
The toleration act
Savages
Encomienda
French for mestizo
Act passed in 1661 by King Charles II ordering a stop to reli…
A member of people regarded as primitive and uncivilized
In the Spanish colonies, the grant to a Spanish settler of a…
Métis
French for mestizo
The toleration act
Act passed in 1661 by King Charles II ordering a stop to reli…
8 terms
A Journey Through North Carolina Chapter 5
abolitionism
evangelical
humanitarian
impressment
the stopping of slavery
of or pertaining to religion or spirituality
a group or person who practices good will and charity toward…
forcing or kidnapping American sailors to fight in the Britis…
abolitionism
the stopping of slavery
evangelical
of or pertaining to religion or spirituality
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North Star 4-Chapter 5 The Golden Years
myth
facing a short-term crisis
back on your feet
thriving
a story that many people believe but it is not true
dealing with an immediate problem
recovered from a problem or setback
very successful, strong and healthy
myth
a story that many people believe but it is not true
facing a short-term crisis
dealing with an immediate problem
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Chapter 5 Urban Sprawl in North America
郊区
乡村
市区
扩张... 肯德基在中国的扩张很快。
(jiāo qū) [noun] suburb
(xiāng cūn) [noun] countryside; rural area
(shì qū) [noun] urban area/downtown
(kuò zhāng) [verb/noun] to expand/sprawl
郊区
(jiāo qū) [noun] suburb
乡村
(xiāng cūn) [noun] countryside; rural area
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Vocab North America-Chapter 5
infill
metropolitan area
mixed-use development
public transit system
he process of filling in empty or run-down parts of a city wi…
a major population center made up of a large city and the sma…
development that combines housing and businesses in one area
a network of buses, trains, and other vehicles used for movin…
infill
he process of filling in empty or run-down parts of a city wi…
metropolitan area
a major population center made up of a large city and the sma…
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Chapter 5: The Settlement of North America
Northwest Passage
Profit
Portage
Charter
A water route from North America to Asia
the amount of money that remains after the costs of a busines…
a land route from one body of water to another
a document permitting colonists to settle land claimed by the…
Northwest Passage
A water route from North America to Asia
Profit
the amount of money that remains after the costs of a busines…
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Chapter 5 North Dakota Studies
buffalo jumps
Like-A-Fishook-Village
Red River Cart
Birch Bark Canoe
steep cliffs where bison were driven to their deaths
name of the village that the three affiliated tribes came to…
one of the earliest forms of transportation made by the Metis
Chippewa came from Minnesota on this
buffalo jumps
steep cliffs where bison were driven to their deaths
Like-A-Fishook-Village
name of the village that the three affiliated tribes came to…
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North American Plains - Chapter 5
Prairie
Tumbleweeds
Buffalo
Prairie dogs
A plain or hilly region within the temperate zone that is cov…
Plants dry up and break off their roots and roll across the p…
Was the most important animal to the Indians of the plains
Live in vast underground towns that stretch endlessly over th…
Prairie
A plain or hilly region within the temperate zone that is cov…
Tumbleweeds
Plants dry up and break off their roots and roll across the p…
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North America (Ch 5-7)
Gulf Atlantic Coastal Plain
Piedmont
Fall Line
Appalachian Highlands
broad, flat, sandy soils; Eastern coast of North America... Haza…
An area of hills and easterly sloping land. Piedmont is a ter…
marks the area where an upland region and a coastal plain mee…
Rugged Series Of Plateaus, Ridges And Valleys on the Eastern…
Gulf Atlantic Coastal Plain
broad, flat, sandy soils; Eastern coast of North America... Haza…
Piedmont
An area of hills and easterly sloping land. Piedmont is a ter…
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chapter 5 north and west Europeans
Sociohistorical context: Colonial period
Sociohistorical context: Colonial peri…
Sociohistorical context: Colonial peri…
Sociohistorical context: Colonial peri…
1790-1820 63% percent of population British
William Penn
Religious intolerance
Roger Williams
Sociohistorical context: Colonial period
1790-1820 63% percent of population British
Sociohistorical context: Colonial peri…
William Penn
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A Journey Through North Carolina Chapter 5
abolitionism
evangelical
humanitarian
impressment
the stopping of slavery
of or pertaining to religion or spirituality
a group or person who practices good will and charity toward…
forcing or kidnapping American sailors to fight in the Britis…
abolitionism
the stopping of slavery
evangelical
of or pertaining to religion or spirituality
10 terms
Chapter 5: The Cultures of Colonial North America (1700 to 1780)
Engagés
Encomienda
The Enlightenment
Almanac
Catholic immigrants to New France
In the Spanish colonies, the grant to a Spanish settler of a…
Intellectual movement stressing the importance of reason and…
Combination calendar, astrological guide, and sourcebook of m…
Engagés
Catholic immigrants to New France
Encomienda
In the Spanish colonies, the grant to a Spanish settler of a…
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FMS - A Journey Through North Carolina Chapter 5
abolitionism
evangelical
humanitarian
impressment
the stopping of slavery
of or pertaining to religion or spirituality
a group or person who practices good will and charity toward…
forcing or kidnapping American sailors to fight in the Britis…
abolitionism
the stopping of slavery
evangelical
of or pertaining to religion or spirituality
20 terms
Chapter 5: The Cultures of Colonial North America, 1700-1780
Indian America
Spanish Borderlands
Presidios
French Crescent
In 1701 the Iroquois signed a peace treaty with the French. I…
land part of New Spain after Mexicans settled in the Southwes…
fort built in southwest by spanish... forts... Spanish military f…
...
Indian America
In 1701 the Iroquois signed a peace treaty with the French. I…
Spanish Borderlands
land part of New Spain after Mexicans settled in the Southwes…
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North Carolina History Chapter 5
What are three facts of how James K. P…
What was one of Polk's greatest achiev…
Why was the White House a Serious plac…
Who joined together in Northern and Mi…
1. Born in Mecklenburg Country... 2. Attended North Carolina Uni…
US doubled in size during his presidency
Strict religious beliefs
Free black and white Journalist and Ministers
What are three facts of how James K. P…
1. Born in Mecklenburg Country... 2. Attended North Carolina Uni…
What was one of Polk's greatest achiev…
US doubled in size during his presidency
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North Study Questions: Chapter 5
________, a newly baptized convert in…
This movement lasted only about half a…
Montanists did not see themselves as a…
What was Tertullian's response to moda…
Montanus; Priscilla and Maximilla
Montanism
return; new spiritual outpouring
one substance in three persons
________, a newly baptized convert in…
Montanus; Priscilla and Maximilla
This movement lasted only about half a…
Montanism
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Chapter 5 Europeans settle throughout North America
Lesson 1
permanent
St.Augustine
buffer
The Spanish Borderlands
or long-lasting , European settlement in what now is the unit…
became the first permanent or long-lasting European settlemen…
is an area of land that serves as a barrier
Lesson 1
The Spanish Borderlands
permanent
or long-lasting , European settlement in what now is the unit…
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North America ( Chapter 5, 6, and 7 )
Arable
Agriculture
Billingual
trade Deficit
Used or suitable for growing crops
The science or practice of farming including cultivation of t…
Speaking two languages fluently
Amount by which the cost of a country import
Arable
Used or suitable for growing crops
Agriculture
The science or practice of farming including cultivation of t…
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Chapter 5 - North American Plains
What area is the North American Plains?
What is a prairie?
What is the weather like in the Plains?
What is a tumbleweed?
Stretch like a wide belt across the center of the North Ameri…
Is a plain or hilly region within the temperate zone that is…
Very extreme. Cold, windy, snowing winters, floods in the spr…
Dead plants that dry up and break off from their roots. They…
What area is the North American Plains?
Stretch like a wide belt across the center of the North Ameri…
What is a prairie?
Is a plain or hilly region within the temperate zone that is…
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A Journey Through North Carolina Chapter 5
abolitionism
evangelical
humanitarian
impressment
the stopping of slavery
of or pertaining to religion or spirituality
a group or person who practices good will and charity toward…
forcing or kidnapping American sailors to fight in the Britis…
abolitionism
the stopping of slavery
evangelical
of or pertaining to religion or spirituality
20 terms
Chapter 5 THe English Settle In North America
religious freedom
joint stock company
charter
representatives
The right to practise your religion and change your religion
A company made up of a group of shareholders. Each shareholde…
A document that gives certain rights
People who are chosen to speak and act for their fellow citiz…
religious freedom
The right to practise your religion and change your religion
joint stock company
A company made up of a group of shareholders. Each shareholde…
8 terms
Chapter 5, Section 1 "Rivalry in North America"
Hurons
Joseph Brant
Mohawks
Ohio Valley
Native American tribe who built friendly relations with the F…
Mohawk chief who was a valuable ally for the British
tribe of Native Americans who were allies with the British
area of land surrounding the Ohio River claimed by both Franc…
Hurons
Native American tribe who built friendly relations with the F…
Joseph Brant
Mohawk chief who was a valuable ally for the British
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Chapter 5: Europeans Settle Throughout North America
buffer
borderlands
presidio
permanent
an area of land that serves as a barrier
areas of land on or near the borders of two adjoining countri…
a fort
long-lasting
buffer
an area of land that serves as a barrier
borderlands
areas of land on or near the borders of two adjoining countri…
17 terms
French and Spanish in North America (Chapter 5)
Creole or Creolized language
Denglish
Dialect
Extinct language
A language that results from the mixing of a colonizer's lang…
Combination of Germans and English
A regional variety of a language distinguished by vocabulary,…
A language that was once used by people in daily activities b…
Creole or Creolized language
A language that results from the mixing of a colonizer's lang…
Denglish
Combination of Germans and English
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Settlers in North America and Texas Chapter 5
Independence
Tax
Representatives
Revolution
Freedom
Money paid by people to run their government
People who are chosen to speak and act for their fellow citiz…
A sudden complete change in government
Independence
Freedom
Tax
Money paid by people to run their government
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Chapter 5 - Southwest Asia and North Africa
biome
qanat
environmental security
virtual water
large ecological unit with similar vegetation and climate
underground water channel used for irrigation, largely in Iran
school of thought that argues many political and ethnic confl…
water that is not natural to a region and must be imported fr…
biome
large ecological unit with similar vegetation and climate
qanat
underground water channel used for irrigation, largely in Iran
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Chapter 5 Notes - The North American Plains
Stretches from the _____ River to the…
Define prairie
What does prairie mean in French?
Because they are located on the ______…
Mississippi, Rocky, Hudson, Gulf of Mexico
a plain or hilly region within the temperate zone that is cov…
Meadow
interiors, extreme weather conditions
Stretches from the _____ River to the…
Mississippi, Rocky, Hudson, Gulf of Mexico
Define prairie
a plain or hilly region within the temperate zone that is cov…
Chapter 5 Urban Sprawl in North America
郊区
乡村
城市化
公共交通
(jiāo qū) suburb
(xiāng cūn) countryside; rural area
(chéng shì huà) urbanization
(gōnggòng jiāotōng) public transportation
郊区
(jiāo qū) suburb
乡村
(xiāng cūn) countryside; rural area
78 terms
Social Studies - The North East Environment - Chapter 5
Harbor
Boston Harbor
Atlantic Coastal Plain
New England and Middle Atlantic
A sheltered place along a coast where ships can dock
A port in Massachusetts which is one of the regions busiest
One of the landforms the Northeast shares with the Southeast.…
Two sub regions of the Northeast
Harbor
A sheltered place along a coast where ships can dock
Boston Harbor
A port in Massachusetts which is one of the regions busiest
22 terms
Chapter 5: Europeans Settle Throughout North America
buffer
borderlands
presidio
permanent
an area of land that serves as a barrier
areas of land on or near the borders of two adjoining countri…
a fort
long-lasting
buffer
an area of land that serves as a barrier
borderlands
areas of land on or near the borders of two adjoining countri…
22 terms
The Settlement of North America Chapter 5
John White
John Cabot
Henry Hudson
Champlain
He was the leader of Roanoke.
He was supposed to find a northwest passage, but he found the…
He was supposed to find a northwest passage, but he found Che…
He had a trading post in Quebec, Canada.
John White
He was the leader of Roanoke.
John Cabot
He was supposed to find a northwest passage, but he found the…
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Chapter 5-The Settlement of North America
John Cabot
Giovanni da Verrazano
Henry Hudson
Jacques Cartier
Sent by the King of England. He discovered the Grand Banks. 1…
Sent by the King of France. Explored the Atlantic coast. He d…
An English captain hired by the Dutch East India Company. Hud…
A French explorer who discovered New France, known as Canada.…
John Cabot
Sent by the King of England. He discovered the Grand Banks. 1…
Giovanni da Verrazano
Sent by the King of France. Explored the Atlantic coast. He d…
10 terms
chapter 5: the cultures of colonial North America
toleration act
encomnienda
enlightenment
almanac
act passed in 1661 by king charles II ordering a stop to reli…
in the Spanish colonies, the ant to a Spanish settler of a ce…
intellectual movement stressing the importance of reason and…
a combination calendar, astrological guide, and sourcebook of…
toleration act
act passed in 1661 by king charles II ordering a stop to reli…
encomnienda
in the Spanish colonies, the ant to a Spanish settler of a ce…
37 terms
Chapter 5 - Europeans Settle Throughout North America
buffer
borderlands
presidio
permanent
an area of land that serves as a barrier, or obstacle
the buffer north of New Spain that stretched from California…
shelters for the settlers for protection
long-lasting
buffer
an area of land that serves as a barrier, or obstacle
borderlands
the buffer north of New Spain that stretched from California…
67 terms
Chapter 5 Notes - The North American Plains
Stretches from the _____ River to the…
Define prairie
What does prairie mean in French?
Because they are located on the ______…
Mississippi, Rocky, Hudson, Gulf of Mexico
a plain or hilly region within the temperate zone that is cov…
Meadow
interiors, extreme weather conditions
Stretches from the _____ River to the…
Mississippi, Rocky, Hudson, Gulf of Mexico
Define prairie
a plain or hilly region within the temperate zone that is cov…
67 terms
Modern Real Estate Practice in North Carolian, Chapter 5
alienation
deed
grantor
grantee
Transfer of title, act of transferring property to another.
A written instrument by which an owner of real estate intenti…
The owner
The one who receives title
alienation
Transfer of title, act of transferring property to another.
deed
A written instrument by which an owner of real estate intenti…
67 terms
Modern Real Estate Practice in North Carolian, Chapter 5
alienation
deed
grantor
grantee
Transfer of title, act of transferring property to another.
A written instrument by which an owner of real estate intenti…
The owner
The one who receives title
alienation
Transfer of title, act of transferring property to another.
deed
A written instrument by which an owner of real estate intenti…
16 terms
Social Studies - Chapter 5 - The Settlement of North America
caravel
Northwest Passage
Roanoke Island location
Jamestown location
a ship with many sails, used by explorers
a water route through North America to Asia that does not exist
off the coast of North Carolina
Virginia
caravel
a ship with many sails, used by explorers
Northwest Passage
a water route through North America to Asia that does not exist
37 terms
(APUSH) Chapter 5 : The Cultures of North America (1700 - 1780)
Indian America reaction to Colonists
French relation with Indians
Horses in Indian Society
Viceroyalty of New Spain (1750's)
-Natives showed capacity for change, as they integrated Europ…
-French had better relations with Indians than Colonial Brita…
-From New Mexico... -led to more productive hunting --> more pro…
-most prosperous colony on the Americas ... -Capital (New Mexico…
Indian America reaction to Colonists
-Natives showed capacity for change, as they integrated Europ…
French relation with Indians
-French had better relations with Indians than Colonial Brita…
38 terms
Chapter 5 - Settlers in North America and Texas
independence
tax
representative
revolution
Freedom from rule from another country
Money that a government collects from its people, usually to…
A person who acts or speaks out for someone else
A sudden, complete change in government
independence
Freedom from rule from another country
tax
Money that a government collects from its people, usually to…
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