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Ambush - a surprise attack. Abstain- to not take part in activity such as voting . Arsenal- a storage place for weapons and ammunitions . B’s . Boycott- Refuse to buy items from a particular country

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Abstain to not take part in activity such as voting

Ambush- a surprise attack

Abstain- to not take part in activity such as voting

Arsenal- a storage place for weapons and ammunitions


Abstain to not take part in activity such as voting

B’s

  • Boycott- Refuse to buy items from a particular country

  • Backcountry- region of hills and forest west to the tide water

  • Burgesses- elected representa Backcountry- region of hills and forest west to the tide water tives to an assembly


Abstain to not take part in activity such as voting

C’s

  • Cleveland Grover- elected president twice 22, 24

  • Clinton , William J- elected 42 president

  • Carter , James E- elected 39 president


Abstain to not take part in activity such as voting

D’s

  • Desert- to leave w/o permission

  • Draft- selection of a person required military services

  • Depreciate- to fall in value


Abstain to not take part in activity such as voting

E’s

  • Export- to sell goods abroad

  • Emigrant- person who leaves a country region to leave else were

  • Effigy- rag figure representing an unpopular individual


Abstain to not take part in activity such as voting

F’s

  • Fort Sumter- united states fort on a island

  • Franklin Roosevelt- elected 32th president

  • Franklin Peirce- elected 14th president


Abstain to not take part in activity such as voting

G’s

  • George Washington- 1st president and leader of British army

  • George Bush- 43th president

  • Global Warming- Increase of temperature


Abstain to not take part in activity such as voting

H’s

  • Herbert Hoover- 31st president

  • Hayes Rutherford- 19th president

  • Harrison Benjamin- 23rd president


Abstain to not take part in activity such as voting

I’s

  • Import- To buy goods from foreign market

  • Inflation- a continuous rise in the price of goods and services

  • Ironclad- armored naval ressel


Abstain to not take part in activity such as voting

J’s

  • Joint Occupation- the possession and setting of an area shared by 2 or more countries

  • Judicial review- the right of the supreme court to determine if a law violates the constitution

  • Judicial branch- the branch of government including the federal court system that interprets the nations laws


Abstain to not take part in activity such as voting

L’s

  • Literacy- the ability to read and write.

  • Landslide- an overwhelming victory

  • Loyalist- American colonist who remain loyal to Britain and opposed the war for independence


Abstain to not take part in activity such as voting

M’s

  • Maize- an early form of corn grown by native Americans.

  • Militia- a group of Indians trained to fight in emergencies

  • Majority- more than half


Abstain to not take part in activity such as voting

N’s

  • Nullify- to cancel or make ineffective

  • Naturalization- to grant full citizenship has foreigner

  • Neutral- taking no side or conflict


Abstain to not take part in activity such as voting

O’s

  • Override- overturn or default as a ball proposed in congress

  • Offensive- position of attacking or attack itself

  • Ordinance- a law or regulation


Abstain to not take part in activity such as voting

P’s

  • Part same- favoring one side if an issue

  • Precedent- D tradition

  • Plurality- largest single shore


Abstain to not take part in activity such as voting

Q’s

  • Quakers- protestant group of dissenters

  • Quebec act- the act set up a permanent government

  • Quedruple-allience for help in its fight against revolution force in south America


Abstain to not take part in activity such as voting

R’s

Recruit- to enlist soldiers in the army

Repeal- to cancel an act or law

Revenue- incoming money


Abstain to not take part in activity such as voting

S’s

  • Secede- to leave or withdraw

  • Smuggling- trading illegally with other nations

  • Sedition- activities armed at weakening establish government


Abstain to not take part in activity such as voting

T’s

  • Tariff- to tax imports or exports

  • Total war- war on all aspects of the enemy life

  • Tajano- a Mexican who claims Texas as his home


Abstain to not take part in activity such as voting

U’s

  • Unalienable right- a right that can not be surrendered

  • Utopin- community based on a vision of a perfect society sought by reformeres

  • Unconstitutional- agreeing or consistent with the constitution


Abstain to not take part in activity such as voting

V’s

  • Vaquero- Hispanic ranch hand

  • Vigilantes- people who the law into their own hands

  • Veto- to reject a bill and prevent it from becoming a law


Abstain to not take part in activity such as voting

W’s

  • War hawks- republicans during Madison or war presidency who passed for war with Britain

  • Woa- legal documents that enabled officers to search homes and warehouses for goods that might be smuggled


Abstain to not take part in activity such as voting

Y’s

  • Yeoman- southern owner of a small farm who did not have enslaved people

  • Yankee- union soldiers

  • Yellow journalism- a type of sensational biased , and often false reporting


Abstain to not take part in activity such as voting

Z’s

  • Zenger, Peter – faced charges of libel of printing a critical report about royal government

  • Zuni- people from the south west preticipated in the sophisticated trade network extended out the south west and in Mexico


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