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4 th Grade Social Studies Vocabulary Chapter 3 Mrs. Thornburgs version
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What do we call someone who buys and sells goods to earn money?
What do we call a place ruled by a king or queen?
What do we call a group of people and animals who travel together?
What do we call the use of scientific knowledge and tools to do things better and more rapidly?
What do we call the science of planning and controlling the direction of a ship?
What do we call a tool that measures the height of the sun or a star above the horizon?
What do we call the money a business has left over after all expenses have been paid?
What do we call a cruel system in which people are bought and sold and made to work without pay?
What do we call a small community of people living in a new place?
What do we call an outbreak of disease that spreads quickly and affects many people?
What do we call sailing completely around something?
What do we call a journey to achieve a goal?
What is the Spanish word for conqueror?
What do we call many nations or territories ruled by a single group or leader?
What do we call an area of land ruled by another country?
What do we call a religious community where priests taught Christianity?
What do we call convincing someone to change his or her religion or beliefs?
What do we call a large farm or ranch, often with its own village and church?
What do we call a violent uprising against a ruler?
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