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SS Ch 4: 1 - 4

Social Studies Chapter 4: Lessons 1 - 4

Something declared as one's own, especially a piece of land Claim
Spanish word for a large fleet of ships Armada
An attack by an armed force to conquer another country. Invasion
A document giving permission to a person or group to do something. Charter
To put money into something to try to earn money. Invest
A piece of ownership in a company Stock
A crop that people grow and sell to earn money. Cash Crop
Someone who agreed to work a number of years in exchange to the cost of a voyage to North America Indentured Servant
A person who makes a long journey for religious reasons Pilgrim
An agreement Compact
A strip of land that stretches into a body of water Cape
The variety of people in a group Diversity
Respecting beliefs that are different from one's own. Tolerance
A person who teaches his or her religion to others who have different beliefs Missionary
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