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Tyler Shelton. ABC BOOK. A. Alliance Close association between nations formed to advance common goals. Abolitionist Person who wanted to end slavery . Ambush Surprise attack. Alien Immigrant living in a country in which he or she isn’t a citizen . b. Backcountry

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A

Alliance

Close association between nations formed to advance common goals

Abolitionist

Person who wanted to end slavery

Ambush

Surprise attack

Alien

Immigrant living in a country in which he or she isn’t a citizen

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b

Backcountry

Region of hills & forest west of tide water

Blockade-runner

Ship that sails into & out of blockaded areas

Burgesses

Elected representatives to an assembly

Boomtown

A community experiencing sudden growth in business and population

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C

Cabinet

Group of advisors to the president

Canal

Artificial waterway

Cash crop

Farm crop raised to be sold

Capital

Money for an investment

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d

Draft

The selection of persons for required military services

Desert

To leave without permission

Depreciate

Fall in value

Debtor

Person or country that owes money

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e

Emancipate

Free from slavery

Embargo

Order prohibiting trade with another country

Emigrant

A person who leaves

a country or region to live elsewhere

Export

Sell goods abhroad

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f

Famine

extreme shortage of food

Frigate

warship

Fugitive

Runaway or trying to runaway

Freedman

A person freed from slavery

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g

Guerilla warfare

Hit and run technique

Guerilla tactics

Referring to a surprise attack

Global warming increase of average world temperature

Greenback

Piece of money first in the north during the civil war

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h

Human rights

Rights reguarded as belonging to all persons

Horizontal integration

A combing of competting firms into one

Henry, Patrick

Member in the house of burgesses

House of burgesses

Two representatives from tens towns met in a church

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I

Import

Buy goods from foreign markets

Impressments

Forcing people into service

Ironclad

Armed naval vessel

Inflation

Continues rise in prices of goods and services

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j

Jackson, Andrew

7 president

Joint occupation

The possession and settling of an area shared between to countries

Judicial review

The right of the supreme court to be determine if a law is uncostitututional

Judicial branch

The branch of government including the federal court

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k

Kansas Nebraska act

1 free state for every free state

Knox Henry

1st secretary of war

Kansas bleeding

Mini civil war

Key Fransis Scott

Author of star spangled banner

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l

Landslide

Overwhelming victory

Lee, Robert e.

Leader of confederate army

Loyalist

A person who wanted to stay

Loyal to great britian

Literacy

Ability to read and write

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m

Maize

Early form of corn grown by

Native Americans

Mission

religious settlement

Militia

Group of citizens trained to fight

Majority

More than half

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n

Neutral

Taking no side in a conflict

Nullify

To cancel or make ineffective

Normal school

Two year school for training high school grads. To become teachers

Neutrality

A position of not taking sides

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o

Ordinance

A law or regulation

Offensive

Position of attacking

Overseer

Person who supervises a large opperation

Override

Overturn or defeat as a bill in congress

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p

Privateer

Armed private ship

Precedent

A tradition

Perjury

Lying when one has sworn the oath

Petition

Formal request

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q

Quechan

Incan language

Quakers

People who settled for religious freedom

Quebec, battle of

British general john Wolfe attacked an won

Quartering troops

Allow soldiers to live in your house and eat your food

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r

Ranchero

Mexican ranch owner

Radical

extreme

Ratify

Give official approval to

Recruit

Enlist soldiers in the army

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s

Secession

Withdrawal from union

Secede

Leave or withdraw

Suffrage

The right to vote

Sectionalism

Loyalty to a region

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T

Tribute

Money paid for protection

Tariff

A tax on imported or exported goods

Tidewater

A region of flat low lying plains the seacoast

Terrace

A raised piece of land with the top leveled off to promote farming

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u

Unalienable rights

A right that be surrendered

Utopia

Perfect society

Underground railroad

A system of routes across the u.s. that led from the south to the north

Unconstitutional

Not agreeing with the constitution

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v

Vaquero

Hispanic ranch owner

Veto

To prevent a bill from becoming a law

Vertical interrogation

Combining of companies AND SUPPLIES FOR A PARTICULAR INDUSTRY

Vigilantes

People who take the law into their own hands

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w

War hawks

Rep. during Madison's presidency that wanted war with great Britain

Department of war

Department dealing with war

Washington, George

1st U.S. president

Writes of assistance

Document that allowed officers to check homes for smuggled goods

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x

Xyz affairs

3 French agents came to America

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Y

Yorktown

British surrender to U.S.

Yankee

Union soldier

YEOMAN

Southern farm owner without slaves

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Z

Zenger, John Peter

New York journal faced charges of libel for printing a critical report about the royal governor of N.Y.