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title The ownership of land or property.
tax Money that a government collects from it’s people, usually to pay for services.
declaration An official statement.
pioneer A person who first settles a new place.
representative A person who speaks or acts for someone else.
frontier Land that lies beyond the settled part of a country.
equality The state of having the same rights as all other people.
treaty An agreement between groups or countries.
independence Freedom from rule of another country.
empressario A person who had received land as a gift from the Mexican government and could sell it to others.
dictator A government leader who takes control by force and makes all important decisions.
territory A place owned and governed by a country.
militia A group of citizens who act as an army.
grant A gift of land given by a government.
rebellion A fight against a government.
tejano A Texan who has Mexican ancestors.
bilingual Able to speak two languages.
Anglo A person whose ancestors came from Brittan; a white person.
congress The lawmaking body of a government.
dispute A disagreement.
Chapter 12 Review. Sections of land ruled by other countries are called _____________________.
_____ 1. relating to money and resources of a country or region _____ 2. powers or privileges that belong to people as citizens and that cannot or should.
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Trail of Tears and Ch 21 the Culture Clash in the Southwest.
The Texas Revolution Causes of the Revolt The Texas Revolution The Aftermath.
SS4H5 The student will analyze the challenges faced by the new nation.
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