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Row 1, Col 1 Who is a cartographer? A person who makes maps.
1,2 What is unification? The joining of separate parts into one
1,3 What is a producer? A person who makes goods or provides services
1,4 What is Oral Tradition? The passing on of history, beliefs, or customs by word of mouth
2,1 What is an elevation map? A type of physical map that shows height of land above sea level.
2,2 What is an empire? A group of people and lands ruled by one government.
2,3 What is a command economy? An economy controlled completely by the government
2,4 What is a pilgrimage? A journey for religious purposes
3,1 What is a resource map? A type of distribution map that shows how natural resources are distributed throughout an area.
3,2 What is Feudalism? T he system for organizing and governing society based on land and service.
3,3 What is a strike? A refusal to work as a protest against unfair treatment
3,4 What is prehistory? The period before events were recorded in writing.
4,1 What is an inset map? A map which shows an enlarged picture of a specific area on a larger map.
4,2 What is the Magna Carta? A legal document written by legal lords in 1215 that stated certain rights and limited the power of the king.
4,3 What is a traditional economy? A n economic system that stays the same over a long period of time.
4,4 What is a secondary source? A record of the past based on information collected from several sources
5,1 What is a global grid? Shows patterns on a map or globe by crossing of lines of latitude and longitude.
5,2 What is Apartheid? T he government policy of strict and unequal segregation of the races practiced in South Africa from 1848 to the 1990s.
5,3 What is a market economy? An economy in which people decide how to make and spend their own money
5,4 What is a biographical dictionary? provides information about historical figures.
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