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Row 1, Col 1 What are lines of latitude? Parallel lines that measure distance north and south of the equator.
1,2 What is Discrimination ? The unfair treatment of people because of their race, religion, sex, age, or disability.
1,3 What is a tariff? A tax on imports.
1,4 What is a conquistador? A Spanish conqueror.
2,1 What are lines of longitude? ____________, or meridians, measure distance east and west of the prime meridian.
2,2 What is Citizenship? The rights and responsibilities of a citizen.
2,3 What is International trade? Trade between nations.
2,4 Who is Robert de LaSalle? A French explorer, who claimed the Mississippi Valley for France.
3,1 What are cardinal directions? N (North), S (South), E (East), and W (West) are known as ?
3,2 What is civil rights? Are those rights guaranteed to all citizens according to the Constitution.
3,3 What is inflation? An increase in the average price of all goods and services.
3,4 Who were Lewis and Clarks? Led an expedition in explored the Louisiana Territory.
4,1 What are Intermediate directions ? D irections in between N, S, E, and W, such as NE, NW, SE, and SW.
4,2 What is NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) - an agreement among the western allies to defend one another in case of outside attack.
4,3 What is Specialization ? The use of resources to produce only a single or a few kinds of goods or services.
4,4 Who is Hernando de Soto? Spanish explorer who set out from Cuba to explore the southern part of what is the United States today.
5,1 What is an atlas? An organized collection of maps in one book.
5,2 What are anti-federalist and federalist? The first two political parties formed around Thomas Jefferson and Alexander Hamilton
5,3 What is a command system? 35. An economic system in which the government controls the production and distribution of goods and services
5,4 Who were Marquette and Joliet Frenchmen traveling in canoes, explored the Mississippi River to the mouth of the Arkansas River
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