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Social Studies 7: Chapter 5
revenue
rebellion
propaganda
Writ of Assistance
incoming money from taxes or other sources
open defiance of authority; Colonists rebelled by protesting,…
ideas or information intentionally spread to harm or help a c…
a court document allowing customs officers to enter any locat…
revenue
incoming money from taxes or other sources
rebellion
open defiance of authority; Colonists rebelled by protesting,…
Social studies Chapter 5 Sections 1-7
The definition of the siege
A brief description of the siege of Bo…
A brief description about Knox and his…
A brief description about Boston being…
A siege is a military term for a slow style of attack. You su…
- (George Washington) Laid a siege of Boston in order to free…
(Knox's plan) Created a plan to move 60 tons of artillery (la…
(Large cannons on big hill) Washington had men move some of t…
The definition of the siege
A siege is a military term for a slow style of attack. You su…
A brief description of the siege of Bo…
- (George Washington) Laid a siege of Boston in order to free…
chapter 5-7 social studies, study guide
indentured servants
slaves
both slaves and indentured servants
William Bradford
limited period of being a servant, might have been a debtor o…
of African origin and sold like property, children inherited…
worked without pay and might have been kidnapped
the governor of Plymouth Colony
indentured servants
limited period of being a servant, might have been a debtor o…
slaves
of African origin and sold like property, children inherited…
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Chapter 5 - Social Studies 7
Annex
Cede
Civil War
Colony
To formally incorporate into a country or state the territory…
To transfer or give up
A conflict between opposing groups of citizens of the same co…
A territory separated from but subject to a ruling power
Annex
To formally incorporate into a country or state the territory…
Cede
To transfer or give up
Social Studies 7 Chapter 5 Terms
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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Social Studies 7 - Chapter 5
Cede
Petition
Loyalists
Minutemen
Surrendered
A written request to a government
Colonists who remained loyal to the King and Great Britain
Citizen soldiers who could be ready to fight at a moments not…
Cede
Surrendered
Petition
A written request to a government
Social Studies (7) Chapter 5
Fertile Crescent
irrigation
canals
division of labor
A large arc of rich and fertile farmland located between the…
A way of supplying water to an area of land.
man-made waterways
The type of government in which each worker specializes in a…
Fertile Crescent
A large arc of rich and fertile farmland located between the…
irrigation
A way of supplying water to an area of land.
Social studies 7 chapter 5
Deport
Tithe
Colonization
Grievous
To move somebody away by force
A payment to support the church
The process of one country establishing domination over a ter…
Difficult to endure
Deport
To move somebody away by force
Tithe
A payment to support the church
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Chapter 5 Social Studies
Fertile Crescent
silt
irrigation
canals
a large arc of rich, fertile farm land
a mixture if rich soil and tiny rocks
a way of supplying water to an area of land
human-made waterways
Fertile Crescent
a large arc of rich, fertile farm land
silt
a mixture if rich soil and tiny rocks
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Social Studies 7: Chapter 5 Vocabulary
George Washington
Militia
Alliance
Cede
Virginia colonist who led troops against the French during th…
Force made up of civilians trained as soldiers but not part o…
Agreement between countries to help each other against other…
Surrender
George Washington
Virginia colonist who led troops against the French during th…
Militia
Force made up of civilians trained as soldiers but not part o…
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Social Studies Chapter 5, 6 and 7 Terms
Branch Plant
Tariff
Assembly Line
Primary Industries
a business owned and controlled by a company headquartered in…
A tax on foreign goods imported into a country.
a series of workers and machines in a factory by which a succ…
an industry that deals with the extraction or collection of r…
Branch Plant
a business owned and controlled by a company headquartered in…
Tariff
A tax on foreign goods imported into a country.
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Social Studies Chapter 5 and 7
joint stock company
indentured servants
separatist
pilgram
a business that is owned by many people
a person who works without pay for a certain number of years…
a person who refused to accept the authority of the Church of…
a separatist who was among the founders of the plymouth colony
joint stock company
a business that is owned by many people
indentured servants
a person who works without pay for a certain number of years…
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Social Studies Chapter 5
biodiversity
civil engineering
colonization
deforestation
many different kinds of living things in a region or area
technology for building structure that change the landscape s…
the movement of settlers and their culture to a new country
a loss of forest cover in a region; cutting down all the tree…
biodiversity
many different kinds of living things in a region or area
civil engineering
technology for building structure that change the landscape s…
Social Studies Chapter 5 Section 2 Vocabulary
Sabbath
Scripture
Prophet
Rabbi
Weekly day of rest
Sacred writing
Person believe to be chosen by God to bring truth to the people
A jewish religious teacher
Sabbath
Weekly day of rest
Scripture
Sacred writing
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Chapter 5 Social Studies Grade 7
Britain and France
English, French, and Spanish settlers…
Ohio Valley
Algonquins and Hurans
had a lengthy struggle over trade and territory for political…
Native Americans lived, hunted, and grew crops, trespassers a…
land which was disputed by the French & British, but won by F…
allied with the French
Britain and France
had a lengthy struggle over trade and territory for political…
English, French, and Spanish settlers…
Native Americans lived, hunted, and grew crops, trespassers a…
Social Studies Vocabulary Chapter 5
Conquistadors
Northwest Passage
East Indies
Colonies
Early-sixteenth-century Spanish adventurers who conquered Mex…
A water route from the Atlantic to the Pacific through northe…
Southeast Asia, including India, Indonesia, and Malaysia
Places ruled by another country, not by their own people
Conquistadors
Early-sixteenth-century Spanish adventurers who conquered Mex…
Northwest Passage
A water route from the Atlantic to the Pacific through northe…
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Social Studies chapter 5
Little Turtle
Blue Jacket
Treaty of Fort Harmar
General Anthony Wayne
Miami chief who led the attack that was later called "St.Clai…
Shawnee chief who led the attack that was later called "St. C…
peace treaty that divided the Northwest Territory into two pa…
general who defeated the Indians at the Battle of Fallen Timb…
Little Turtle
Miami chief who led the attack that was later called "St.Clai…
Blue Jacket
Shawnee chief who led the attack that was later called "St. C…
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Social Studies 7 Chapter 5 Review Sheet
militia
minutemen
repeal
Writs of Assistance
A group of civilians trained to fight in emergencies
Member of a militia during the American Revolution who could…
to cancel a law
It was part of the Townshend Acts. It said that the customs o…
militia
A group of civilians trained to fight in emergencies
minutemen
Member of a militia during the American Revolution who could…
Chapter 5 - Social Studies
alliance
boycott
congress
debt
A formal agreement of friendship between countries.
To refuse to use or buy something.
A formal meeting of delegates for discussion and action.
money owed.
alliance
A formal agreement of friendship between countries.
boycott
To refuse to use or buy something.
Social Studies Chapter 5-7
New Netherland
John Winthrop
Product
Philadelphia
A Dutch colony that was taken over by England
Founder of the Massachusetts Bay Colony
A natural resource used to make food or other useful things
A colony in Pennsylvania
New Netherland
A Dutch colony that was taken over by England
John Winthrop
Founder of the Massachusetts Bay Colony
Social Studies chapter 5&7
Justinian
Justin(Justinus I)
Belisarius
Narses
Last of the great roman emperors; codified roman law; reconqu…
Uncle of Justinian ; ruled before and paved the way for Justi…
Brilliant general; reconquered north africa and parts of Italy
Court official and general; completed reconquest of Italy
Justinian
Last of the great roman emperors; codified roman law; reconqu…
Justin(Justinus I)
Uncle of Justinian ; ruled before and paved the way for Justi…
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Social Studies 7: Chapter 5
The natural barrier that protected Egy…
The pharaohs lost power during which k…
Why is King Tut one of the most famous…
What land forms bordered Egypt on the…
cataracts on the Nile River
Old Kingdom
His grave was not robbed so all of the treasures were found w…
There were great deserts in the east and the west, keeping ou…
The natural barrier that protected Egy…
cataracts on the Nile River
The pharaohs lost power during which k…
Old Kingdom
Social Studies Chapter 5 Section 5
Hellenistic
Alexandria
Alexandrian Library
Aristarchus
Greek culture blended with Egyptian, Persian, and Indian infl…
an Egyptian city that was the foremost center of commerce in…
a library that contained half a million papyrus scrolls and m…
an astronomer who believed that the sun was larger than the e…
Hellenistic
Greek culture blended with Egyptian, Persian, and Indian infl…
Alexandria
an Egyptian city that was the foremost center of commerce in…
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Social studies chapter 5-7
Eskimo
Inuit
Pit house
Igloo
Eater of raw flesh
This word means "the people"
An Inuit home made of double stone walls and covered with earth
A domed house made of snow bricks
Eskimo
Eater of raw flesh
Inuit
This word means "the people"
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Social Studies Chapter 5 Section 5
Aurora Borealis
Inuktitut
The three territories are ____________…
Northwest Territory... Yukon Territory... Nu…
The colorful bands of light that can be seen in the skies of…
The native language of the Inuit
Northwest Territory, Yukon Territory, and Nunavut
Yellowknife... Whitehorse... Iqaluit
Aurora Borealis
The colorful bands of light that can be seen in the skies of…
Inuktitut
The native language of the Inuit
Social Studies 7 Chapter 5 Vocabulary
authority
boycott
militia
repealed
the government or controlling power
to refuse to buy one or more goods from a certain source/An o…
a small army made by ordinary citizens who are trained to fig…
to take back, or to cancel, a law
authority
the government or controlling power
boycott
to refuse to buy one or more goods from a certain source/An o…
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Chapter 5 Section 3 & 4 Social Studies
Nirvana
Missionaries
Mahayana
Siddhartha
A state of perfect peace
People who work to spread their religious beliefs
Believed that other people could interpret the Buddha's teach…
The prince who questioned the meaning of human life
Nirvana
A state of perfect peace
Missionaries
People who work to spread their religious beliefs
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Social Studies Chapter 5
Charlestown, Rhode Island
Roger Williams
Canonicus
cooperation
Native American reservation in Rhode Island where the Narraga…
English colonist who bought land from the Narragansetts in 16…
Native American ruler of the Narragansett who sold land to Ro…
to work together to get things done.
Charlestown, Rhode Island
Native American reservation in Rhode Island where the Narraga…
Roger Williams
English colonist who bought land from the Narragansetts in 16…
Social Studies Chapter 5
Militia
tyranny
repeal
boycott
a small army made up of ordinary citizens who are trained to…
the unjust use of government power. A ruler who uses power.
to take back, or to cancel, a law
to refuse to buy one or more goods from a certain source. An…
Militia
a small army made up of ordinary citizens who are trained to…
tyranny
the unjust use of government power. A ruler who uses power.
20 terms
Social Studies Chapter 5
Sachem
Iroquois Confederacy
colony
revolution
a ruler of a Narragansett territory
the strongest Native American organization that was made up o…
a settlement of people who came from one country to live in a…
a fight to overthrow the government that is also called a rev…
Sachem
a ruler of a Narragansett territory
Iroquois Confederacy
the strongest Native American organization that was made up o…
Social Studies 7: Chapter 5
artisans
challenges
civilization
create
a craft person
a task or problem that tests a person's abilities
a society marked by developed arts, sciences, government, and…
to bring something new into being
artisans
a craft person
challenges
a task or problem that tests a person's abilities
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Social 7 Chapter 5
Britain
Mi'Kmaq
Treaty of Utrect
Treaty of Paris
the eventual winner in the fight for North America
the First Nations group who inhabited Acadia, allied with the…
gave Britain control of most of Acadia
ended the Seven Years War; gave Britain control of North Amer…
Britain
the eventual winner in the fight for North America
Mi'Kmaq
the First Nations group who inhabited Acadia, allied with the…
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chapter 5 social studies
conquistador
Northwest Passage
contagious disease
East Indies
A Spanish explorer who came to the Americas in the 1500s to c…
The route across the northern part of North America that Euro…
A sickness that can pass quickly from person to person.
Southeast Asia, including India, Indonesia, and Malaysia.
conquistador
A Spanish explorer who came to the Americas in the 1500s to c…
Northwest Passage
The route across the northern part of North America that Euro…
20 terms
Social Studies Chapter 5
cataract
delta
silt
fertile
a steep waterfall
the area near a river's mouth where the river deposits large…
fine fertile soil deposited by a river
favorable for the growth of crops and other plants
cataract
a steep waterfall
delta
the area near a river's mouth where the river deposits large…
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Social Studies- Chapter 5
John Winthrop
expel
shipbuilding
triangular trade routes
He led the Puritans from England to Massachusetts Bay in 1630.
to force someone to leave
This was an important industry for the economy of the New Eng…
They connected England, the English colonies, and Africa.
John Winthrop
He led the Puritans from England to Massachusetts Bay in 1630.
expel
to force someone to leave
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Social Studies section 1 chapter 5
raw material
some natural resources are water miner…
energy from the sun is a
some nonrenewable resources are gas mi…
natural resources that must be worked to be useful
vegitation
renewable resource
metal
raw material
natural resources that must be worked to be useful
some natural resources are water miner…
vegitation
Social Studies Chapter 5 Section 1
Mycenaeans
Trojan War
Dorians
Homer
some Indo-Europeans who dominated Greece for a period of time…
The battle between the Mycenaeans and the Trojans
a less advanced group of people who moved into the war-torn c…
the greatest Greek storyteller who composed epics and was bli…
Mycenaeans
some Indo-Europeans who dominated Greece for a period of time…
Trojan War
The battle between the Mycenaeans and the Trojans
Social Studies Chapter 5 Section 3
Pericles
direct democracy
Parthenon
classical art
A statesman who led Athens during much of its golden age.
a form of government in which citizens rule directly and not…
a temple with a gold and ivory statue over 30 feet tall of At…
the values of harmony, order, balance, and proportion that Gr…
Pericles
A statesman who led Athens during much of its golden age.
direct democracy
a form of government in which citizens rule directly and not…
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Social Studies Chapter 5, 6, & 7
charter
dissent
expel
consent
An official paper in which certain rights are given by a gove…
Disagreement.
To force to leave.
Agreement.
charter
An official paper in which certain rights are given by a gove…
dissent
Disagreement.
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chapter 5 all sections social studies
monotheism
ethics
torah
covenant
or the belief that there is only god.
or ideas of right and wrong.
consists of the first five books of the hebrew bible.
or binding agreement, with abraham.
monotheism
or the belief that there is only god.
ethics
or ideas of right and wrong.
social studies chapter 5
glacier
fall line
Industrial Revolution
broadleaf
a huge sheet of ice that slowly moves across the land.
the line at which the piedmont plateau and the Coastal Plain…
the major change, starting in the 1800's in which power-drive…
These trees are those that drop their leaves in the winter
glacier
a huge sheet of ice that slowly moves across the land.
fall line
the line at which the piedmont plateau and the Coastal Plain…
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Social Studies Chapter 5
cataract
delta
silt
fertile
a waterfall
the area near a river's mouth where the water deposits fine s…
fine, fertile soil deposited by a river
soil rich in nutrients, good for growing crops
cataract
a waterfall
delta
the area near a river's mouth where the water deposits fine s…
Social Studies: Chapter 5 Vocabulary
conquistadors
Northwest Passage
contagious diseases
East Indies
Spanish explorers
a shortcut from Europe to Asia through North America
sicknesses that spread quickly from person to person
Southeast Asia, including India, Indonesia, and Malaysia whic…
conquistadors
Spanish explorers
Northwest Passage
a shortcut from Europe to Asia through North America
Social Studies: Chapter 5 Vocabulary
Native... Nativo
Conquistador
Northwest Passage... Paso del noroeste
Settler... el colono
-a local inhabitant ,or original inhabitant... - un habitante l…
-A Spanish explorer who came to the America in the 1500s and…
-The supposed route across the northern part of North America…
-A person who settles in an area... -Una persona que se instala…
Native... Nativo
-a local inhabitant ,or original inhabitant... - un habitante l…
Conquistador
-A Spanish explorer who came to the America in the 1500s and…
Social Studies Chapter 5 Section 2
polis
acropolis
monarchy
aristocracy
a political unit in Greece that was made up of a city and its…
a fortified hilltop that sometimes had an agora
when a single person, a king, rules the government
a government ruled by a small group of noble families that we…
polis
a political unit in Greece that was made up of a city and its…
acropolis
a fortified hilltop that sometimes had an agora
Chapter 5 social studies
monotheism
ethics
Torah
covenant
belief in a single god
beliefs about what is right and wrong
first five books of the Hebrew bible
binding agreement
monotheism
belief in a single god
ethics
beliefs about what is right and wrong
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Social Studies 7: Chapter 5, Section 3 - The Crusades
Define the Crusades
Identify Pope Urban II
Identify Peter the Hermit
Identify Saladin
the eight bloody wars the Church launched in order to capture…
the Pope that launched his people in war to capture Palestine…
a clergy who gathered an army of common people and faced an e…
a powerful Muslim leader that captured Palestine, and opened…
Define the Crusades
the eight bloody wars the Church launched in order to capture…
Identify Pope Urban II
the Pope that launched his people in war to capture Palestine…
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Social Studies Chapter 5
nationalism
negotiate
council
reservation
pride in ones country
to try to work out an understanding
a group that makes laws
land the government sets aside for use by Native Americans
nationalism
pride in ones country
negotiate
to try to work out an understanding
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Social Studies - Chapter 5
subcontinent
monsoon season
subsistence farming
sudra
large area of land that is separated from other countries by…
rainy season which lasts from June through September
the process of growing food mainly for self consumption (peop…
(or serf) were given the lowest position in the Hindu society…
subcontinent
large area of land that is separated from other countries by…
monsoon season
rainy season which lasts from June through September
Social Studies-Chapter 5-Vocabulary
colonies
East Indies
Northwest Passage
explorers
places ruled by another country, not by their own people
Southeast Asia, including India, Indonesia, and Malaysia
Supposed route across the northern part of North America that…
people who traveled to a new and unfamiliar place
colonies
places ruled by another country, not by their own people
East Indies
Southeast Asia, including India, Indonesia, and Malaysia
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