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heritage 5 chapter 4
bju heritage 5 chapter 4
|a large group of people that have a common culture, history and land
|an object made by people
|a new source created by a person who studied the primary source
|a person who studies history
|the level of the ocean
|a missionary who went to China and adapted to the Chinese culture
|an original object or document from a particular time period
|the languages, government, economy, customs and arts of a group of people
|the record of activities and events in the lives of people in the past
|three main divisions that historians and geographers use to organize the study of places
|culture, history, geography
|a way of life
|a record of activities and events in the lives of all the people who have ever lived
|four examples of land features
|rivers, mountains, valleys, plains
|examples of natural resources
|soil, plants, wildlife, fresh water, sun
|how a Christian uses natural resources shows
|respect for God
|until the 1900's treasure hunters dug for
|after 1900's archeologist dug for
|people who excavate and study ancient sites
|the study of the land, climate, natural resources and influences on its people
|the study of land features and their elevations
|people can see an overview of a land's features by using a
|when measuring the height or depth of land on an elevation scale, begin at 0 which is
|chief city of a nation
|capital of the United States
|two national symbols
|flags and anthems
|the official song that represents a nation
|national anthem of the United States
|"The Star Spangled Banner"
|an event where two or more nations are present
|international event - example - Olympics
|what are cities often build near?
|useful land features such as rivers or other waterways
|chief city and center of government of every country
|what 2 states gave land for the U.S. capital?
|Maryland and Virginia
|Who was chosen to plan Washington, D.C.?
|Pierre Charles L'Enfant
|Who chose the site for Washington, D.C.?
|President George Washington
|What is Grand Avenue, where the Capitol is located, know as today?
|What does D.C. stand for?
|District of Columbia
|Where was the national capital located before the 1800's?
|practices that make a group of people different from other people
|a country's identity is represented by