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apprentice a person who lives with a master craftsman to learn a trade.
boycott The act of refusing to buy something in order to make a point.
coerce To force.
Cultural history The history of people's daily lives in the past.
deport To forcibly remove.
economy The way people use their resources to make, sell, buy, and use goods and services.
epidemic An outbreak of a contagious disease that spreads rapidly and wildly.
Ethic history The history of many people who lived in a certain area.
evict To force someone out.
petroglyph Picture engravings in stone
Historical fiction A made up story based on real past events
Indentured servant A person whose passage to America was paid in return for several years of labor.
parliament The legislative body of England.
passage In colonial times, the price of traveling to America.
Political history The history of how people set up their government and passes laws for their communities.
province A territory that is part of another nation or colony.
repeal To cancel by official authority.
tenant A farmer who grew crops on the land rented from wealthy landowners.
unalienable Unable to be taken away.
warrant An official document that grants permission for a place to e searched.
Writs of Assistance Documents that gave government officials the right to search any house or business without a warrant.
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