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Western American History
Sacajewea
Daniel Boone
Tecumseh and Tenskwatawa
Robert Stuart
1804 - expedition began in St. Louis; assisted Lewis and Clar…
1775, he and companions hacked out Wilderness Road to Kentuck…
Shawnee chief and brother, tried to unite Native Americans to…
1812 - crossed the continent from east to west using a route…
Sacajewea
1804 - expedition began in St. Louis; assisted Lewis and Clar…
Daniel Boone
1775, he and companions hacked out Wilderness Road to Kentuck…
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American History and Western Expansion
Trail of Tears
Mormons
Compromise of 1850
Manifest destiny
this is the forced march of cherikee indians west.
they were among the first americans to settle in the area tra…
this was the agreement between northern and southern states c…
this was the belief that the U.S was fated to reach from the…
Trail of Tears
this is the forced march of cherikee indians west.
Mormons
they were among the first americans to settle in the area tra…
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American History: Western Expansion
What was the goal of treaties?
Why were treaties hard to make?
What was Sand Creek?
Sitting Bull
Create reservations to make boundaries for Indians👦|👦
Indians didn't understand ... Private territory... Broken promises…
Example of brutality of Indian wars where cruelty was avenged…
Leader of largest Indian resistance and most famous for Littl…
What was the goal of treaties?
Create reservations to make boundaries for Indians👦|👦
Why were treaties hard to make?
Indians didn't understand ... Private territory... Broken promises…
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American history western expansion
Texas revolution
Joseph smith
Winfield scott
Stephen f austin
War between Texas settlers and Mexico from 1835-1836 resultin…
Founded Mormonism in New York in 1830 with the guidance of an…
United States general who was a hero of the War of 1812 and w…
Known as the Father of Texas, led the second and ultimately s…
Texas revolution
War between Texas settlers and Mexico from 1835-1836 resultin…
Joseph smith
Founded Mormonism in New York in 1830 with the guidance of an…
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Chapter 13 American History Vocabulary
frontier
folk art
spiritual
John J. Audubon
Land not yet settled by people. ... A line or border separating…
art made by ordinary people
a religious folk song of African American origin
Naturalist who painted birds in their natural habitat. Wrote…
frontier
Land not yet settled by people. ... A line or border separating…
folk art
art made by ordinary people
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American history western expansion
Assimilation
Chinese Exclusion Act
Exodusters
Battles with the Plains Indians
The process in which a minority group adopts the beliefs, way…
Enacted in 1882, this law prohibited the immigration of the C…
African-Americans who migrated from the south to the west aft…
The Sioux rebellion sparked a series of attacks on settlement…
Assimilation
The process in which a minority group adopts the beliefs, way…
Chinese Exclusion Act
Enacted in 1882, this law prohibited the immigration of the C…
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AMERICAN HISTORY AND WESTERN EXPANSION
Mormons
Wagon train
Trail of Tears
Compromise of 1850
They were members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter day…
Train of covered horse drawn wagons as used by pioneers or se…
Devastating forced March of Cherokee Indians to the west
Agreement between northern and southern states concerning sla…
Mormons
They were members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter day…
Wagon train
Train of covered horse drawn wagons as used by pioneers or se…
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American History Western Expantion
What lands did the U.S. acquire in the…
Explain how Manifest Destiny related t…
What challenges would miners in the we…
Explain the development of boomtowns a…
Oregon compromise (1846), Mexican Cession (1848), Texas annex…
The Manifest Destiny related to the expansion of the U.S. int…
Miners would need to face long hours of low pay with dangerou…
The boomtowns were created when miners were digging for gold…
What lands did the U.S. acquire in the…
Oregon compromise (1846), Mexican Cession (1848), Texas annex…
Explain how Manifest Destiny related t…
The Manifest Destiny related to the expansion of the U.S. int…
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American History - Chapter 13 Vocabulary
Jedidiah Smith
Mountain Men
Jim Beckwourth
Santa Fe Trail
He was the explorer who opened up the West with the discovery…
Trappers and explorers who opened up the western pioneer trai…
He was a legendary trapper who explored the West and opened u…
The trail that began in Missouri and ended in Santa Fe, New M…
Jedidiah Smith
He was the explorer who opened up the West with the discovery…
Mountain Men
Trappers and explorers who opened up the western pioneer trai…
American History / Chapter 10 / Slavery and Western Expansion
Forty-niners
Secession
Wilmot Proviso
Popular Sovereignty
People who went to California in 1849 in search of gold
The withdrawal of states from the Union
Part of a bill that proposed that slavery not be allowed in a…
Idea that people living in a territory had the right to decid…
Forty-niners
People who went to California in 1849 in search of gold
Secession
The withdrawal of states from the Union
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American History- Ch. 13 Vocabulary
Home rule
Progressivism
Social Welfare program
Muck-racker
Municipal Reforms in the late 1800s and early 1900s that gave…
Political and Social reform movement, of the late 1800s and e…
Government program that helps ensure a basic standard of livi…
Journalist of the late 1800s to early 1900s who tried to aler…
Home rule
Municipal Reforms in the late 1800s and early 1900s that gave…
Progressivism
Political and Social reform movement, of the late 1800s and e…
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American History Western Expansion
Rich farmland brought the first wave o…
Many prospectors became rich when the…
most native american nations on the gr…
the battle of little bighorn started w…
False
False
True
false
Rich farmland brought the first wave o…
False
Many prospectors became rich when the…
False
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american history and western expansion
mormons
wagon train
trail of tears
compromise of 1850
were members of the church of jesus christ of latter day sain…
families did not cross the country west alone; families would…
the cherokees refused to give their land to the government, t…
agreement between northern and southern states concerning sla…
mormons
were members of the church of jesus christ of latter day sain…
wagon train
families did not cross the country west alone; families would…
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American History Chapter 13 Vocabulary
Clipper Ship
Telegraph
Morse code
Trade Union
A fast sailing ship with slender lines, tall masts, and large…
An apparatus that used electric signals to transmit messages
A system for transmitting messages that uses a series of dots…
Organization of workers with the same trade or skill
Clipper Ship
A fast sailing ship with slender lines, tall masts, and large…
Telegraph
An apparatus that used electric signals to transmit messages
American History Western Expansion
What are the challenges for settlers i…
What are dugouts and soddies?
What work did women have to do on the…
What kind of technical support did far…
Challenges - Droughts, floods, fires, blizzards, locust plagu…
Dugout home - homes dug into the sides of ravines or small cl…
Women often worked beside men in the fields, plowing land and…
Steel plow, spring-tooth harrow, grain drill, barbed wire, co…
What are the challenges for settlers i…
Challenges - Droughts, floods, fires, blizzards, locust plagu…
What are dugouts and soddies?
Dugout home - homes dug into the sides of ravines or small cl…
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American History Vocabulary Unit 13
Circuit Rider
Camp Meeting
YMCA
"Blue Backed Speller"
Traveling ministers who rode horseback over regular routes an…
Frontier religious revivals during the 2nd Great Awakening; h…
Also known as "Young Men's Christian Association." The first…
Another name for Noah Webster's "American Spelling Book". Noa…
Circuit Rider
Traveling ministers who rode horseback over regular routes an…
Camp Meeting
Frontier religious revivals during the 2nd Great Awakening; h…
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American History Chapter 13 Vocabulary
Entrepreneur
Protective Tariff
Laissez faire
Patent
People who invest money in a product or enterpise in order to…
Taxes that would make imported goods cost more than those mad…
Allowed businesses to operate under minimal government regula…
A grant by the federal government giving an inventor the excl…
Entrepreneur
People who invest money in a product or enterpise in order to…
Protective Tariff
Taxes that would make imported goods cost more than those mad…
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American history vocabulary chapter 13
Immigrant
Nativism
Graft
Americanization
One who enters in becomes established in a country other than…
Hostility toward immigrants
The accusation of money in dishonest ways
Causing someone to acquire American traits and characteristics
Immigrant
One who enters in becomes established in a country other than…
Nativism
Hostility toward immigrants
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American History Chapter 13 Vocabulary
Cotton gin
Planters
Cotton Belt
Factors
A machine that removes seeds from short staple cotton
Large scale farmers who held more than 20 slaves
Area of high cotton production
Crop brokers
Cotton gin
A machine that removes seeds from short staple cotton
Planters
Large scale farmers who held more than 20 slaves
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American History Chapter 13 Vocabulary
Jane Addams
Horatio Alger
Susan B. Anthony
William Jennings Bryan
Middle class reformer who founded Hull House (the 1st settlem…
Famous author who wrote many of the dime novels of the period…
One of the female leaders of the women's suffrage movement. W…
*Populist and Democratic Candidate for President in 1896. ... *G…
Jane Addams
Middle class reformer who founded Hull House (the 1st settlem…
Horatio Alger
Famous author who wrote many of the dime novels of the period…
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American History vocabulary week 13
Clara Barton
Mary Walker
Trent Affair
Battle of Hampton Roads
Cared for wounded soldiers on the battlefield; later founded…
1st female surgeon in the U.S. Army; only woman to be awarded…
Union navy captures 2 Confederate diplomats on an English shi…
March 1862; Epic but inconclusive battle between the Merrimac…
Clara Barton
Cared for wounded soldiers on the battlefield; later founded…
Mary Walker
1st female surgeon in the U.S. Army; only woman to be awarded…
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American History Vocabulary L.13
Mountian Men
Rendezvous
Dictator
Siege
Men that lived off the land
Get together
Ruler with absolute power
Captures city or forts
Mountian Men
Men that lived off the land
Rendezvous
Get together
American History- Ch. 13 Vocabulary
Home rule
Progressivism
Social Welfare program
Muck-racker
Municipal Reforms in the late 1800s and early 1900s that gave…
Political and Social reform movement, of the late 1800s and e…
Government program that helps ensure a basic standard of livi…
Journalist of the late 1800s to early 1900s who tried to aler…
Home rule
Municipal Reforms in the late 1800s and early 1900s that gave…
Progressivism
Political and Social reform movement, of the late 1800s and e…
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American History Chapter 13 Vocabulary
Entrepreneur
Protective Tariff
Laissez Faire
Patent
person who invests money in a product or enterprise for profit
tax on imported goods making the price high enough to protect…
a policy which allowed businesses to operate under minimal go…
a grant by the federal government giving an inventor the excl…
Entrepreneur
person who invests money in a product or enterprise for profit
Protective Tariff
tax on imported goods making the price high enough to protect…
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American History Western Expansion Vocab
Industry
Discrimination
Homestead Act
Dawes Act
The process of raw materials being made into manufactured goo…
Setting something apart because it's different than everythin…
A law that made land in the west free for settlers as long as…
A law that turned Indians into farmers so that they could giv…
Industry
The process of raw materials being made into manufactured goo…
Discrimination
Setting something apart because it's different than everythin…
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American History Vocabulary (chapter 13)
Flapper
Demographics
Barrio
Mass Media
A 1920's term used to describe a new type of young woman; reb…
The statistics that describe a population, such as data on ra…
A Spanish-speaking neighborhood.
Print and broadcast methods of communication information to l…
Flapper
A 1920's term used to describe a new type of young woman; reb…
Demographics
The statistics that describe a population, such as data on ra…
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American History 2 - Chapter 13 Vocabulary
steerage
nativism
Ellis Island
Jacob Riis
the cheapest accommodations on a passenger ship
a policy of favoring native-born individuals over foreign-bor…
an island in New York Bay that was formerly the principal imm…
A Danish immigrant, he became a reporter who pointed out the…
steerage
the cheapest accommodations on a passenger ship
nativism
a policy of favoring native-born individuals over foreign-bor…
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8th Grade American History Chapter 13 Vocabulary
Cotton Gin
Planters
Cotton Belt
Factors
a machine invented by Eli Whitney in 1793 to remove seeds fro…
a large-scale farmer who held more than 20 slaves.
a region stretching from South Carolina to east Texas where m…
a crop broker who managed the trade between southern planters…
Cotton Gin
a machine invented by Eli Whitney in 1793 to remove seeds fro…
Planters
a large-scale farmer who held more than 20 slaves.
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chapter 13 american history vocabulary
clipper ship
telegraph
morse code
innovation
a fast sailing ship with slender lines, tall masts, and large…
a device or system that uses electric signals to transmit mes…
a system for transmitting messages that uses a series of dots…
introduce something new
clipper ship
a fast sailing ship with slender lines, tall masts, and large…
telegraph
a device or system that uses electric signals to transmit mes…
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American History Chapter 13 Vocabulary
Zora Neale Hurston
James Weldon Johnson
Marcus Garvey
Harlem Renaissance
shows folkways, values of poor, southern blacks
a poet, lawyer, and NAACP secretary, the organization fought…
an immigrant from Jamaica who believed that African Americans…
a literacy and artistic movement celebrated African American…
Zora Neale Hurston
shows folkways, values of poor, southern blacks
James Weldon Johnson
a poet, lawyer, and NAACP secretary, the organization fought…
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American history vocabulary chapter 13
Clipper ship
Telegraph
Morse code
Trade unions
Were ships that were the pride of the ocean sea, were slick h…
And apparatus that use electric signals to transmit messages
A series of dots and dashes representing the letters of the a…
Organizations of workers with the same trade or skill
Clipper ship
Were ships that were the pride of the ocean sea, were slick h…
Telegraph
And apparatus that use electric signals to transmit messages
American History Chapter 13 Vocabulary
frontier
land grants
rancheros
expansion
Land that forms the farthest extent of a nations settled regi…
Government gifts of land
Owners of ranches
Extending the nation beyond its existing borders
frontier
Land that forms the farthest extent of a nations settled regi…
land grants
Government gifts of land
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The Americans Chapter 13: Changes on the Western Front
Homestead Act
Exoduster
Sand Creek Massacre
Assimilation
A law enacted in 1862, that provided 160 acres of free land i…
An African American who migrated from the South to Kansas in…
An attack by U.S. soldiers on Cheyenne encampment in the Colo…
A minority groups' adoption of the beliefs and way of life of…
Homestead Act
A law enacted in 1862, that provided 160 acres of free land i…
Exoduster
An African American who migrated from the South to Kansas in…
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American history II - chapter 13
Oliver Hudson Kelly
Grange
Sitting Bull
George Armstrong Custer
started the Patrons of Husbandry, an organization for farmers…
An organization of farmers in the Great Plains created in 186…
A Hunkpapa Lakota Sioux holy man who led his people as a trib…
(1839-76), US cavalry officer. He served with distinction dur…
Oliver Hudson Kelly
started the Patrons of Husbandry, an organization for farmers…
Grange
An organization of farmers in the Great Plains created in 186…
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American History Chapter 13 Vocabulary
Prohibition
Speakeasy
Bootlegger
Fundamentalism
The period from 1920 to 1933 during which the Eighteenth Amen…
A place where alcoholic beverages were illegally sold and con…
A person who smuggled alcoholic beverages into the United Sta…
A Protestant religious movement grounded in the belief that a…
Prohibition
The period from 1920 to 1933 during which the Eighteenth Amen…
Speakeasy
A place where alcoholic beverages were illegally sold and con…
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American History Chapter 13 Vocabulary
Cotton Gin
Planters
Cotton Belt
Factors
a machine invented by Eli Whitney in 1793 to remove seeds fro…
a large-scale farmer who held more than 20 slaves.
a region stretching from South Carolina to east Texas where m…
a crop broker who managed the trade between southern planters…
Cotton Gin
a machine invented by Eli Whitney in 1793 to remove seeds fro…
Planters
a large-scale farmer who held more than 20 slaves.
18 terms
8th Grade American History Chapter 13 vocabulary
clipper ship
telegraph
Morse code
trade union
a fast sailing ship with slender lines, tall masts, and large…
an apparatus that used electric signals to transmit messages…
a series of dots and dashes representing the letters of the a…
organizations of workers with the same trade, or skill
clipper ship
a fast sailing ship with slender lines, tall masts, and large…
telegraph
an apparatus that used electric signals to transmit messages…
18 terms
American History I Western Expansion
Texas revolution
Joseph smith
Winfield scott
Stephen f austin
War between Texas settlers and Mexico from 1835-1836 resultin…
Founded Mormonism in New York in 1830 with the guidance of an…
United States general who was a hero of the War of 1812 and w…
Known as the Father of Texas, led the second and ultimately s…
Texas revolution
War between Texas settlers and Mexico from 1835-1836 resultin…
Joseph smith
Founded Mormonism in New York in 1830 with the guidance of an…
28 terms
History of Western Society Chapter 13
gabelle
Pragmatic Sanction of Bourges
royal council
court of Star Chamber
salt; taxes were paid on salt
Publication by Charles VII, in 1438, asserting the superiorit…
Center of royal authority which governed at the national leve…
A division of the English royal council, a court that used Ro…
gabelle
salt; taxes were paid on salt
Pragmatic Sanction of Bourges
Publication by Charles VII, in 1438, asserting the superiorit…
13 terms
US History Western Movement and Native Americans
Battle of Little Big Horn
Worcester V Georgia
Trail of Tears
Seminole
1876 - General Custer and his men were wiped out by a coaliti…
Supreme Court Decision - Cherokee Indians win their case. The…
(AJ) , The Cherokee Indians were forced to leave their lands.…
Native American tribe in FLORIDA who raided settlements in Ge…
Battle of Little Big Horn
1876 - General Custer and his men were wiped out by a coaliti…
Worcester V Georgia
Supreme Court Decision - Cherokee Indians win their case. The…
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BJU American History Chapter 13 Vocabulary
Wilmot Proviso
Calhoun Resolutions
Popular Sovereignty
Zachary Taylor
(1846) a proposal to outlaw slavery in the territory added to…
In making the proslavery response to the Wilmot Proviso, Sena…
A belief that ultimate power resides in the people.
(1849-1850), Whig president who was a Southern slave holder,…
Wilmot Proviso
(1846) a proposal to outlaw slavery in the territory added to…
Calhoun Resolutions
In making the proslavery response to the Wilmot Proviso, Sena…
8 terms
American History chapter 13
Progressivism
Muckrakers
Suffrage
Direct primary
The movement in the late 1800s to increase democracy in Ameri…
Upton Sinclair's "The Jungle" would be an example
The right to vote, as in the women's voting rights movement.
A primary where voters directly select the candidates who wil…
Progressivism
The movement in the late 1800s to increase democracy in Ameri…
Muckrakers
Upton Sinclair's "The Jungle" would be an example
18 terms
American History Chapter 5 Terms- Western Expansion
Assimilation
Dawes Act
Exodusters
Battles with Plains Indians
the process in which a minority group adopts the beliefs, way…
enacted in 1887, this act tried to "Americanize" or assimilat…
an African american who migrated from the South to Kansas in…
...
Assimilation
the process in which a minority group adopts the beliefs, way…
Dawes Act
enacted in 1887, this act tried to "Americanize" or assimilat…
54 terms
American History - Chapter 13
Frontier
Missions
Father Hidalgo
Creoles
Land that forms the farthest extent of settled areas
Center of colonial society
1st leader of the Mexican Independence movement
American born children with Spanish ancestry
Frontier
Land that forms the farthest extent of settled areas
Missions
Center of colonial society
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American History - Chapter 13
John Charles Fremont
James W. Marshall
Jedediah Smith
Brigham Young
know for the Bear Flag Revolution
known for the California Gold Rush
mountain man
Mormon leader
John Charles Fremont
know for the Bear Flag Revolution
James W. Marshall
known for the California Gold Rush
14 terms
American History Chapter 13
progressivism
muckraker
commission plan
direct primary
political movement which believed that industrialization and…
a journalist who uncovers abuses and corruption in a society
a plan in which a city's government is divided into different…
a vote held by all members of a political party to decide the…
progressivism
political movement which believed that industrialization and…
muckraker
a journalist who uncovers abuses and corruption in a society
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Unit 1: Western Expansion (1865-1930) American History Exam
Sitting Bull, Crazy Horse and Red Cloud
Dawes Act
Trade
Agrarianism
leaders of the Lakota Sioux
passed to help the Native Americans to assimilate into Americ…
Increased the most Between the Eastern and Western parts of t…
movement to increase farmers political power and work for leg…
Sitting Bull, Crazy Horse and Red Cloud
leaders of the Lakota Sioux
Dawes Act
passed to help the Native Americans to assimilate into Americ…
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13.2 The Western Democracies Stumble: World History
Maginot Line
Kellog-Brand Pact
disarmament
general strike
A fortification built before World War II to protect France's…
Treaty signed by the U.S. and 61 nations. The treaty limited…
the reduction of armed forces and weapons
Strike by workers in many different industries at the same time
Maginot Line
A fortification built before World War II to protect France's…
Kellog-Brand Pact
Treaty signed by the U.S. and 61 nations. The treaty limited…
52 terms
Non-Western Art History and American Architecture
Three areas covered in Non-Western Art…
Golden Stool
Power Figure
The Three Perfections (Imperial China)
Africa, Asia, and Oceania
No one can sit on it. Ashante. More important than king. Has…
Solves disputes. Wood and metal spikes. Congo.
Poetry, Calligraphy, and Painting.
Three areas covered in Non-Western Art…
Africa, Asia, and Oceania
Golden Stool
No one can sit on it. Ashante. More important than king. Has…
47 terms
American History: Chapter 13 Vocabulary Urban America
Immigrant
Ethnic
Nativism
Incentive
One who enters and becomes established in a country other tha…
Relating to large groups of people classed according to commo…
Hostility toward immigrants by native-born people.
Something that motivates a person into action.
Immigrant
One who enters and becomes established in a country other tha…
Ethnic
Relating to large groups of people classed according to commo…
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