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Chapter 21

Lesson #3, Lesson #4, and Lesson #5 (pp. 526-537)

provinces a part of Canada somewhat like a state in the United States
legislative lawmaking
canyon a valley with steep sides cut into the earth's surface by the moving water of a river
crest the highest point
prime minister head of government in a parliamentary system whose duties are similiar to those of the President of the United States
negotiation the process of arriving at a solution acceptable to all parties
transcontinental stretching across a continent
homesteaders a person who buys land in a wilderness area, builds a home, and starts farming on that land. (Governments provided cheap or free land to homesteaders)
Created by: kathykretchmer