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8th history test 4

chapter 11 central america

mangrove trees that dominate tropical coastlines and that are unique because their roots grow in saltwater. many fish and shrimp live in its rootss
bauxite the ore from which aluminum is made. Jamaca has major deposits of this ore.
indigenous said of a person that is native to an area
mulattoes people with both African and European ancestors.
cacao a type of tree from which we get cocoa beans which are used to make chocolate
ecotourism a type of tourism that focuses on guided travel through through natural areas and on outdoor activities
commonwealth a self-governing territory associated with another country. for example, Puertorico is a commonwealth of the United States
creole an official language of Hati, it is a mix of european, African and caribbean languages.
voodoo a Haitian version of traditional African religious beliefs that are blended with elements of Christianity
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