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1 st 6 Weeks Vocabulary. Vocabulary Word. Front Write down the word 2. Draw a picture. Card 2. Definition. Back Write down the definition. Write a sentence using the word. Your Sentence. g. Front. Geography. Card 1.

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Vocabulary Word

Front

Write down the

word

2. Draw a picture

Card 2

Definition

Back

Write down the definition.

Write a sentence using the word.

Your Sentence

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g

Front

Geography

Card 1

The study of areas of land and their characteristics.

Back

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Region

Front

Card 2

An area that shares common characteristics. For example: Weather

Back

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Front

Features

Card 3

Something about an area that can be seen or studied. For example: A feature of the region above are Lakes.

Back

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Front

Natural Resources

Card 19

Resources that come from the earth.

Back

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Catholicism

Front

Card 4

A section of the Christian church that began in Europe and was spread throughout the New World by missionaries.

Back

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European

Front

Card 5

A person who comes from Europe.

Back

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Front

Empire

Card 8

An area controlled by one government or ruler.

Back

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Colonization

Front

Card 13

To set up a government that controls another country or community.

Back

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Conquest

Front

Card 6

To capture or conquer something. For example: to seize land in a war.

Back

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Conquistador

Front

Card 14

Soldiers and adventurers in search of glory, gold, and land.

Back

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Mission System

Front

Card 7

A series of churches set up by Spain to claim land in the New World and to convert the Indians.

Back

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Convert

to change from one belief, view, or party to another.

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Front

Missionaries

Card 22

People sent to spread a religious faith among unbelievers.

Back

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Presidio

Front

Card 21

Military base in Spanish Colonial America

Back

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Front

Neutral

Not aligned (side with) either side during a conflict, battle, or war.

Back

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Front

Columbian Exchange

The transfer of plants, animals, and diseases between the Americas and Europe, Africa, and Asia.

Back

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Front

Cibola

The legendary seven wealthy cities of Gold, sought after by the Spanish explorers.

Back

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Front

Borderland

Card 18

Territory at or near a border

Back

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Manifest Destiny

Front

Card 15

The belief that the U.S. had a God given right to spread across North America from the Atlantic to the Pacific Ocean.

Back

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Land Grant

Front

Card 11

A grant of land given by the government to an individual or to a company.

Back

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Front

Expedition

Card 23

Journey or trip undertaken for a specific reason.

Back

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Front

Vaquero

Card 24

Spanish Cowboy

Back

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Independence

Front

Card 10

Freedom from the control of other people or governments.

Back

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Front

Primary Source

Card 25

Something created during the time of an event.

Back