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GeoFact 1a Immigration The movement of people into one country from another
GeoFact 1a Native American North America’s first immigrants, who probably moved into the region from Asia thousands of years ago.
GeoFact 1a Sunbelt Mild climate region, southern United States
GeoFact 1a Urbanization The movement of people from rural areas into cities.
GeoFact 1a Metropolitan Area Region that includes a central city and its surrounding suburbs.
GeoFact 1a Suburb Outlying communities around a city.
GeoFact 1a Megalopolis A “super-city” that is made up of several large and small cities such as the area between Boston and Washington.
GeoFact 1a Mobility Able to move from place to place.
GeoFact 1a Republic Form of government without a monarch in which a people elect their officials.
GeoFact 1a Underground railroad An informal network of safe-houses, in the United States, that helped thousands of enslaved people escape to freedom.
GeoFact 1a Dry Farming Farming methods used in dry regions in which land is plowed and planted deeply to hold water in the soil.
GeoFact 1a Constitution Plan of government made for the United States in 1787.
GeoFact 1a Cabinet Head of departments in the U.S. government who advice the president.
GeoFact 1a Dominion A partially self-governing country with close ties to another country.
GeoFact 1a Parliament In Canada, national legislature made of the senate and the House of Commons.
GeoFact 1a Bilingual Speaking or using two languages.
GeoFact 1a Jazz Musical form that developed in the United States in the early 1900s, blending African rhythms and European harmonies.
GeoFact 1a Socioeconomic Status Level of income and education.
GeoFact 1a Literacy Rate The percentage of people in a given place who can read and write.
GeoFact 1a Patriotism Love for or devotion to one’s country.
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