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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 _____________________.
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