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Chapter 2

Lesson #3 (pp. 78-80) and Lesson #4 (pp. 81-86)

ancestor a person on one's family tree, such as a great-grandparent
expedition a journey undertaken for a specific purpose, such as exploration
mestizo a person of mixed Europoean and American Indian ancestry
mulatto a person of mixed black and white ancestry
population density The average number of people per given unit of area
epidemic the rapid spread of disease among a large number of people
natural increase change in pouulation that comes from differences in the number of births and deaths
metropolitan area area made up of one or more large cities and the towns and other communities around it
primate city a city 2 1/2 times the size of the next largest city--standing out above others in business, transportation, etc.
rural area countryside
Created by: kathykretchmer