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Row 1, Col 1 Collection of essays written by supporters of the constitution What was the Federalist papers?
2,1 The place where the shot heard around the world that began the American Revolution was fired What is Lexington Green?
3,1 The Puritans formed these colonies in 1630 What is Massachusetts Bay Colonies?
4,1 The love for loyalty to ones own country What is Nationalism?
5,1 A document that is written at the time an event occurs What is Primary source document?
1,2 The act of not taking sides in disagreement What is neutrality?
2,2 For the people and by the people What is democracy?
3,2 The power to make laws and rules What is the legislative branch?
4,2 The power to carry out and enforce rules What is the executive branch?
5,2 Has the power to settle disagreements over the laws and rules What is judicial branch?
1,3 Floods, hurricanes, and earth- quakes What are natural disasters?
2,3 Organized collection of maps in one book What is an atlas?
3,3 A system of bringing water to farmland to grow crops What is irrigation?
4,3 Parallel lines that measure lines north and south of the equator What are lines of latitude?
5,3 To move from one region to another What is migration?
1,4 An economic system based on past ways of life in culture What is traditional system?
2,4 A business owned by two or more persons What is partnership?
3,4 A business owned by one individual What is proprietorship?
4,4 Trade between nations What is international trade?
5,4 Coins and paper money What is currency?
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