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Europeans come to OH

The first Europeans come to Ohio

QuestionAnswer
Expedition journey taken for a specific reason
colony settlement ruled by a distant country
wigwam round shelter made of bark or animal hides
Alliance group of people who join together to reach a goal
latitude measures how far north or south of the equator something is
longitude measures how far east or west of the prime meridian something is
absolute location the latitude and longitude of a place
trading post place American Indians and French exchanged goods
barter to exchange goods without money
conflict a disagreement that can lead to fighting
survey report that measures and sets land boundaries
Created by: ne_katiethompson