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Chapter 20

Lesson #2 (pp. 502-507) and Lesson #3 (pp. 508-513)

fishing bank part of ocean that is shallow because of the height of the undersea land and has large supplies of fish
coureurs de bois French woodsmen of North America who lived in the forest and traded with Indians for furs while exploring land
metis Canadians of mixed French and Indian parentage
alliance close connection or friendship, sometimes made formal by written agreement
Northwest Passage sea route through North America to Asia by sailing northwest, which early explorers failed to find
mutiny taking over of a ship and its captain by the ship's crew
strategic point of great importance, militarily or economically
Created by: kathykretchmer