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a person who wanted to do away with slavery abolitionist
a group of nations that agrees to help each other alliance
a person, nation, or group that promises support to another ally
a change or addition, especially a change or addition to the US constitution amendment
a pardon or a crime, especially a crime against the government amnesty
a method of producing goods in which workers put together a product as it goes past on a moving belt Assembly line
an illegal payment given in return for expected favors bribe
the name given to a Northerner who moved to the South to take part in Reconstruction governments carpetbagger
a person who designs or makes maps cartographer
the rights guaranteed to every American by the Constitution or by laws passed by Congress Civil rights
a war fought between people of the same nation Civil War
the struggle between communist nations and the US and its allies, using ideas and aid rather than weapons Cold War
a system in which all property, including industry, is owned by the people and managed by the government communism
an agreement reached when each side gives in a little compromise
a prison for those the government says are its enemies Concentration camp
the South in the Civil War confederate
to combine or unite consolidate
a document containing the laws of the US constitution
Sharing an edge of boundary; touching contiguous
a type of government where all adult citizens have the right to vote in elections democracy
a time when the economy fails to grow and many people are out of work depression
President Lincoln's order that granted freedom to the slaves in the Confederate states Emancipation Proclamation
having to do with people who share the same customs, language, and culture ethnic
to ship to other countries or places for sale export
to work into shape by heating or hammering forge
a great or complete devastation or destruction, mass destruction of life holocaust
a person who settled on government land and owned it after five years homesteader
a person who is taken prisoner and not released until certain promises or conditions are met hostage
a foreign-born settler immigrant
the process by which the House of Representatives brings charges against a government official impeachment
to bring in goods from a foreign country for sale or use import
to install in office with a formal ceremony inaugerate
paying part of the purchase price of an item and making regular payments plus interest for the rest of the amount Installment buying
to bring people of different races together integrate
an organization of workers that tries to improve its members' wages and working conditions Labor union
surrounded by land landlocked
Imaginary lines on Earth that run parallel to the equator latitude
to make free liberate
Imaginary lines on Earth that run between the North Pole and South Poles longitude
the use of machines to manufacture goods cheaply and quickly Mass production
a company that has complete control of an industry monopoly
a person who looks for wrong doing and lets others know about it; usually newspaper and magazine reporters muckraker
not supporting one side or another in a conflict neutral
a boss who watched over the slaves for a plantation owner overseer
a government document that gives to the inventor alone the right to make and sell a new invention for a certain number of years patent
a map showing geographic features like mountains and rivers Physical map
a large farm on which many workers are needed to raise crops plantation
a map showing how people have divided an area into nations, states, and countries with boundaries Political map
the line of longitude circling the globe from the North Pole through England to the South Pole Prime Meridian
to approve officially ratify
a system used for distributing goods that are in short supply rationing
the rebuilding of the South after the Civil War Reconstruction
making finer or purer refining
to improve living conditions, government, health care, and working conditions reform
a person who flees from her or his home country to escape discrimination for political or religious beliefs refugee
an area of land set aside by the government as a home for American Indians reservation
the name given to a white Southerner who took part in Reconstruction government scalawag
a public disgrace scandal
to leave or withdraw from secede
the separation of people on the basis of race segregation
a system of farming in which farmers rent land from landowners and pay their rent with a share of the crop they grow sharecropping
the condition of being owned by another person and thought of as property slavery
a run-down area of a city where housing is poor and crowded slum
a refusal to work until workers can reach an agreement with their employer strike
a town that is close to a city suburb
the right to vote suffrage
an extra supply surplus
an apartment house that is run- down, very crowded, or poorly built tenement
going from one side of the continent to the other transcontinental
a formal agreement between nations, signed by each treaty
a group of businesses that unites in order to control the production and price of certain goods trust
the North in the Civil War Union
having to do with city or cities urban
the condition of being well and having enough money welfare
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