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FMS S.S. Vocab

8th S.S. Words

TermDefinition
AD refers to dates after Jesus's birth
BC refers to dates before the birth of Jesus
BCE refers to "Before Common Era", dates before the birth of Jesus
CE refers to "Common Era", dates after Jesus's birth
century a period of 100 years
climate the weather conditions in a certain area over a long period of time
civilization the culture of a particular time or place
culture the knowledge, beliefs, customs, and values of a group of people
custom a repeated practice; tradition
democracy governmental rule by the people
economy the system in which people make and exchange goods and services
geography the study of earth's physical and cultural features
independence freedom from forceful rule
monarchy governmental rule by one person, a king or queen
North the region of the U.S. sometimes defined by the states that did not secede from the Union during the Civil War
rebellion an organized resistance to the established government
society a group o people who share common traditions
South the region of the U.S. sometimes defined by the states that seceded from the Union to form the Confederate States of America
Created by: Stoll FMS