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Chapter 5

History and Cultures of the United States and Canada

Overseas settlement tied to a parent country are called __________. colonies
Both the United States and Canada have __________. representative democracies
Smaller communities surrounding a larger city are known as __________. suburbs
The term ___________ is used to describe people who are descended from an area's first inhabitants. indigenous
How did the United States become a world leader during the 1900s? by helping to win World War I and World War II
What accomplishment marked Canada's full independence? Canadians won the right to change their constitution.
By 2000 where did most immigrants in the United States come from? Latin America, Canada, and Asia
What percentage of Canadians has a European background? 65 percent
Created by: akennon