My ABC Book of History!. By: Elizabeth Wilson 4 th period 5-12-11. A. Abolitionist: A person who strongly favors with doing away slavery. Apprentice: Assistant who is assigned to learn the trade of a skilled craftsman. American system:
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My ABC Book of History!
By: Elizabeth Wilson
A person who strongly favors with doing away slavery.
Assistant who is assigned to learn the trade of a skilled craftsman.
Policies devised by Henry Clay to stimulate the growth of industry.
Blockade Runner :
Ship that sails into & out of a blockaded area.
Money given as a reward , such as to encourage enlistment in the army.
A note issued by the government , which promises to pay off a loan with interest.
An economic system based on private property & free enterprise.
Farm crop raised to be sold for money.
Conflict between opposing groups of citizens of the same war.
Person or country that owes money.
A leader who rules with total authority , often in a cruel or brutal manner.
To decrease in value.
An order prohibiting trading with another country.
To free from slavery.
A person who leaves a country or region to live elsewhere.
Supporters of the constitution.
Run away or trying to run away.
The deliberate destruction of a racial , political , or cultural group.
A steady increase in average world temperatures.
A piece of U.S. paper money first issued by the north during the Civil War
The name given to a mass slaughter of Jews & other groups by the Naziâ€™s during World War II.
The combining of competing firms into one corporation.
A woman who escaped slavery , then went and help other slaves escape as well.
To formally charge a public official with mis-conduct in office
Forcing people into service as in the Navy.
To buy goods from foreign markets