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Row 1, Col 1 An imaginary line measuring distance in degrees north or south of the equator. What is latitude?
1,2 The way a countrys people use natural resources, money, and knowledge to produce goods and services. What is the economy?
1,3 A dry area characterized by deserts. What is an arid area?
1,4 The first Europeans to settle in America. Who are the Vikings?
2,1 A long period with very little rain. What is a drought?
2,2 To bring goods from another country for sale or use is called _____. What is import?
2,3 The height of a particular object above the earths surface. What is altitude?
2,4 It was the first permanent English settlement in North America. What is Jamestown?
3,1 The major bodies of water bordering the U.S. and Canada. What are the Five Great Lakes?
3,2 People who agreed to work for someone in colonial American for a fixed amount of time in order to pay for their ocean voyage. What are indentured servants?
3,3 A river that does not reach the sea, but joins into another major river. What is a tributary?
3,4 Accounts of the past based on information from primary sources and written by someone who was not an eyewitness to those events. What are secondary sources?
4,1 A water route believed by European explorers to flow through North America to Asia. What is the Northwest Passage?
4,2 Someone who owns property or a business is called a ________. What is a proprietor?
4,3 A map that shows information about the past events. What is a historical map?
4,4 A war fought because of the tensions between the Wampanoag tribe and the Puritans. What was King Phillips War?
5,1 Water, forests, and fossil fuels, such as coal, oil, and natural gas is called _______. What are natural resources?
5,2 An amount greater than what is needed is a ______. What is a surplus?
5,3 A mountain chain stretching from Canada to Alabama. What are the Appalachian Mountains?
5,4 The first European colony in America to allow freedom of religion. What is Roger Williams colony of Rhode Island?
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