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Chapter 9 Vocabulary. Picture. Definition The process of one country taking over part or all of another country. Pg. 211. Annexation. Texas was an unsuccessful country. It needed to join a successful country. Texas was annexed by the United States.

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annexation

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Definition

The process of one country taking over part or all of another country.

Pg. 211

Annexation

Texas was an unsuccessful country. It needed to join a successful country. Texas was annexed by the United States.

The Texas Revolution was not an annexation. A revolution is breaking away from another country.

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Definition

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A crop that is grown to be sold for a profit.

pg 229

Cash Crop

Green Giant food company grows vegetables to sell to others for a profit.

I grow food in a garden in my back yard for my family to eat.

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A government’s plan to deal with issues inside their own country.

pg 211

Domestic Policy

Obama-care is our President’s way of dealing with the US’s issue of health-care.

US Drones flying over and monitoring other countries.

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The price paid for the use of borrowed money.

pg. 220

interest

When I borrowed $5 from my sister, she makes me pay her $6 back. She says it is the cost of doing business with her!

My mother made me put $5 into the jar for using a bad word in her house.

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Property owned by a government rather than an individual.

pg 225

Public Lands

University of Texas, Big Bend National Park, and State Highway 6 are examples of land purchased by the government for public use.

First Colony Mall is built on land that is owned by a private company who makes a profit off the mall being there.

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A form of government in which voters elect representatives to make laws. (p97)

republic

  • Cuba
  • China
  • Russia
  • Ancient Rome
  • United States
  • Republic of Texas

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A meeting designed to reawaken strong religious beliefs. (p232)

revival

A church retreat

A rock concert

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A way of farming in which the farm produces just enough income to support the farmer’s family. (p229)

Substistence Farming

The garden in my back yard helps feed my family.

Green Giant food company’s farms

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A proper noun used as a synonym for nation or country.

Republic

Republic of China

Dominican Republic

Republic of Texas

Vermont

New York

Paris

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Approve something officially.

Ratify

The constitution must be ratified before it goes into effect.

In SFA’s letter he told the TXNS to go ahead and set up a state government even though he had not yet got approval.

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A government’s plan to deal with issues with other countries. (p211)

Foreign Policy

How the US responds to actions of terrorism.

How the US handles its citizens who commit crimes.

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A journey made for some special purpose. (p216)

Expedition

Cabeza de Vaca went on a journey to find gold in the New World.

Walking around the neighborhood because you have nothing better to do.

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In government, a group of people who take charge of certain duties – they advise the leader on what to do. (p210)

Cabinet

The US Secretary of Defense gives our president advice on military issues.

For our class, a cabinet is not where we store dishes in our kitchens

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Collections of important public documents, such as constitutions and other public records. (p221)

Archives

The Library of Congress holds many of our country’s archives.

Skyward holds the archives of your grades.

This word has nothing to do with arches.

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A person who once served in the armed forces. (p228)

Veteran

My Grandfather fought in World War II.

You are not a veteran. Neither am I.