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Industrialization & Immigration Vocabulary
a sudden change of direction
having a central government, with a number of separate states, each state retains control of its own interests.
coming from another country or nation; not native
Person or persons who leaves one country to settle permanently in another.
When one nation takes control of colonies and other nations.
any general business activity; business activities to make money
anything made up to help in everyday living
A person who creates an object or service to make life easier
an organization of wage earners or salaried employees to get aid and protection
The manufacture of goods in large quantities, especially by machinery.
the moving of people or animals from one location to another
Groups of people that ban together to protect or help one another
to attach or add, especially to something larger or more important
quality in a person or society that happens from a concern for what is thought as excellent in the arts, writing, manners, learning
of or about the home, the household, household affairs, or the family
a formal agreement or treaty between two or more nations to cooperate for specific purposes
Having a strong military spirit or policy
Being forced to join the armed services
sole control of a commodity or service in a particular market
give an alien or foreigner the rights and privileges of a citizen
devoted love, support, and defense of one's country; national loyalty
an bad opinion or feeling felt beforehand or without knowledge, thought, or reason
Wanting progress, change, improvement, or reform, as opposed to wishing to maintain things as they are
Improvement from what is wrong
Someone who studies the world around them
To agree with others not to work so that the employee will listen to their grievances.
Ways to improve how things are done
Carrying things across distances
any group of persons joined together in one body.
Person who owns a part or share of a company
A place of employment where people are abused and exploited by their employees
thickly populated, run-down, dirty part of a city, inhabited by poor people
run-down and often overcrowded apartment house, especially in a poor section of a large city
To cause others to move or go into action, sometimes in the military
Industry dealing with fabrics
an early spinning machine having more than one spindle, enabling a person to spin a number of yarns at the same time
Taking seeds out of cotton
Motor that works by boiling water to create steam
Roads made with tar
A means of transportation that runs on rails
an artificial waterway for navigation, irrigation
Disease caused by mining in the coal mines
to place molten iron to the process of melting down
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