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Chapter 2

Lesson #1 (pp. 67-69) and Lesson #2 (pp. 71-75)

culture customs or ways of life
colony a place settled at a distance from the contry that governs it
dominion a self-governing, or nearly self-governing nation with close ties to England who regards the British ruler as its own ruler although the ruler has very little real power
interdependent relying or depending on one another
industry the making and sale of goods or services; any area of trade, business, manufacturing, or agriculture
immigration the coming into a country or region to live there
imports to bring in products from one country into another country--usually to sell products
exports to ship products to another country--usually to sell them
landlocked being shut in on all sides--or nearly all sides--by land
Created by: kathykretchmer