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Austin Cooper 5 th period
Abolitionist-person against slavery Ambush- surprise attack Annex- to add territory to ones own land
B Blockade Runner-A ship that sails in and out of a blockade Bounty- Money given as a reward for something Boycott- Refusing to buy from particular country
C Cabinet- Group of advisors to the president Canal- An artificial waterway Cash Crop- Farm crop raised to be sold for money
D Debtor- A person or country that owes money Depreciate- to fall in value Desert- to leave without permission
E Effigy-Rag figure that represents an unpopular individual Emancipate-Free from slavery Embargo-Order prohibiting trade with another country
F Famine- extreme shortage of foodFederalist-Supporters of the constitution Freedman-Person freed from slavery
G Green back- paper money first issued by the north Guerilla tactics- surprise attacks or raids Guerilla warfare- hit and run technique used in war
H Habeas corpus- legal order to determine if a person is lawfully imprisoned Holocaust-mass slaying of Jews Human rights- rights belonging to all people
I Import- to buy goods from a foreign language Impressments- to force people into service as in the military Ironclad-Armored naval vessel
J Joint occupation- possessing and settling of 2 countries Judicial branch-branch for federal court system Judicial review- right for supreme court to determine if law is constitutional
K Kansas Nebraska act- an act to see which state would be free or slave Kansas, Bleeding-A small civil war Keel boat-small row boat
L Landslide- an overwhelming victory Literacy-Ability to read and right Loyalist-People who stayed loyal to G.B and didn’t want war
M Maize-corn Majority-More than half Manumission-freeing of slave
N Neutral- taking no sides Neutral rights– right to sail see and not take sides Nullify- to cancel
O Offensive-position of attack or the attack itself Ordinance-law or regulation Override- overturn or defeat
P Partisan- favoring 1 side Petition- Request Precedent- tradition
Q Quaker-people tolerant of all religion Quebec act-Permanent government for Quebec and religious freedom for French Quechua- official language for Inca empire
R Ratify-Approve Rebel-Confederate soldier Recruit-Enlist people into army
S Secede-to leave or withdraw Secession- withdraw from union Suffrage-right to vote
T Tariff-tax on imported goods Temperance-use of little or no alcohol Tribute-money paid for preotection
U Unalienable rights- rights that cant be taken away Unconstitutional-Not agreeing with constitution Utopia-Community based on a perfect society
V Vaquero-Hispanic ranch hand Veto-to prevent bill from becoming law
W War hawks-Republicans who pressed for war with G.B Writ of assistance-legal document allowing police to search place War of 1812-War with Britain
X XYZ affair-3 agents demanding loan from America
Y Yankee- Union soldier Yellow journalism-False report Yeoman-Southern owner of a farm with no slaves
Z Zenger John Peter-Charged for critical newspaper report about royal government
Jacob Qualls 5 th period A Ambush-surprise attack Annex-Added territory to ones property Arsenal-storage facility for weapons and ammunition.
By: Juan Ramirez 6 th Period A Ambush- a surprise attack Arsenal- A storage place for weapons and ammunition Annex- to add a territory to one’s.
MY ABC Book of us history Tyler Lowe A Abolition –free slave Arden- an immigrant living Annex – to add a territory.
Tyler Shelton ABC BOOK. Abolitionist Person who wanted to end slavery Ambush Surprise attack Alliance Close association between nations formed to advance.
LAKESHA MARTIN MAY SOCAIL STUDIES MR.FOWLER.
Ambush- a surprise attack. Annex-to add a territory to one’s own territory. abstain- to not part in some activity such as voting.
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My abc book u.s history By christian.admire
ABC BOOK. Abolitionist Person who wanted to end slavery Ambush Surprise attack Alliance Close association between nations formed to advance common goals.
ABC Book Of U.S. History. 1.Abolitionist-A person who strongly favors doing away with slavery. 2.Alliance-A close associations of nations or other groups,
Antifederalists- individuals who opposed ratifications of the constitution. Abstain- to not take part in some activity such as voting. Ambush- a surprise.
ABC book Of U.S. History. A’s Abolitionists-People who strongly don’t want slavery. Abstain- Not to take park in an activity. Arsenal-Storage for guns.
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Abolitionist: A person who strongly favors with doing away slavery. Apprentice: Assistant who is assigned to learn the trade of a skilled craftsman. American.
By: Jordan Lewis 6 th period American System- policies devised by Henry clay to simulate the growth of industries Abolitionist- a person who.
Debtor-person or country that owes money Depreciate-to fall in value Desert-to leave without permission Diversity-variety or difference.
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Ambush-A Surprise attack. Archaeology-the study of people. Annex-To add a territory to one’s own territory.
ABC Book of U.S. History Cody Koehn 4 th period. A Antifederalist- Individuals who opposed rattif, caution to the constitution. Adams, John-Was in the.
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Abolitionist : a person who strongly favors doing away with slavery. Amendment : an addition to a formal document such as the constitution. Adams Samuel.
My abc book Arlette Garlan. abolitionist A person who strongly favors doing away with slavery Abstain To not take part in some activity such as voting.
My ABC book of U.S. History By: Trevor Henry 2 nd period May,
Abstain- to not take part in activity such as voting Arsenal- a storage place for weapons and ammunitions Ambush- a surprise attack.
Abolitionists : a person who strongly favors doing away with slavery. Amendment : an addition to a formal document such as the constitution. Adams,
Amendment- An addition to a formal document such as the constitution. Annex- A add to a territory to one’s own territory. Article- A part of a Document.
ABC’S OF HISTORY LARRY DOUGLAS A JOHN ADAMS-WAS IN THE 2 ND CONGRESS ABOLITIONIST-A PERSON AGAINST SLAVERY. ALIEN-IS A IMMGRANT FROM A DIFFERENT.
A Abolitionist- a person who strongly favors doing away with slavery. Article- a part of a document, such as the Constitution,that deals with a single.
Diana Aguilar 3 rd pd A Ambush- a surprise attack.Arsenal- a storage place for weapons and ammunition. Abstain- to not take part in some.
ABC’s of History Calvin Lourens. A Abstain - to not take part in some event Affluence – the state of having wealth Ambush – surprise attack Arsenal –
Amendment - An addition to a formal document such as the constitution. Annex - To add a territory to one’s own territory. Antifederalists - Individuals.
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SOC.STU. 5/12/11. A ABOLITIONISTS-A PERSON WHO STRONGLY FAVORS DOING AWAY WITH SLAVES. ALIEN-AN IMMIGRANT LIVING IN A COUNTRY IN WHICH HE/SHE IS NOT A.
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Abstain-To not take part in some activity, such as voting. Ambush-A Surprise attack. Archaeology-the study of people. Annex-To add a territory to one’s.
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