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Key Words for Civil War

Popular Sovereignty The right of the people to vote directly on an issue.
Fugitive A runaway.
Annex To seize or take control.
Mulatto A person of mixed breed usually black and white.
Provision A legal document or agreement.
Civil War A conflict between people of the same country.
Industrial Revolution A great change in the way goods were produced, using machines instead of hand tools.
Secede To leave or become independent.
Interchangeable Parts Identical pieces that could be assembled quickly by unskilled workers.
Nativist People who wanted to preserve the country for white, American born Protestants.
Cede To surrender or give up often as a result of war.
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