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Wiker SS Ch. 5

Social Studies Chapter 5 vocabulary

a member of the Church of England who settled in North America to follow Christian beliefs in a more “pure” way Puritan
an official paper in which certain rights are given by a government to a person, a group, or a business charter
an open area where sheep and cattle graze; a village green common
to work at one kind of job and do it well specialize
an assembly in the New England Colonies in which male landowners could take part in government town meeting
a job a person is elected to do public office
to force to leave expel
agreement consent
speech or behavior that causes other people to work against a government sedition
basic fundamental
the land that lies beyond settled areas frontier
all the businesses that make one kind of service industry
a product that leaves a country export
a product brought into a country that is made somewhere else import
a shipping route that linked England, the English colonies in North America, and west coast of Africa, forming an imaginary triangle in the Atlantic Ocean triangular trade route
a product that is used to build and repair a ship naval store
Created by: wiker5