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Tribes, European Exp

Vocab for the first 2 units of study

TermDefinition
Migrate / Migration to move from one place to another and establish a home
Environment all of the physical surroundings of an area
Natural Resource useful material found in nature
adapt To change in order to adjust to new conditions
culture a people’s way of life
Cultural Region an area in which a group of people share a similar culture and language
dominate to be most noticeable in a group
artifact an object made by a human being
peasant Person in medieval Europe forced to farm a noble's lands in order to survive and in exchange for protection
feudalism The main social system in medieval Europe, in which the nobles held lands from the King in exchange for military service, and peasants were forced to live on their lord's land and work in exchange for protection.
pilgrim Person who journeys to a sacred place for religious reasons. The people who went on Crusade were pilgrims.
Columbian Exchange The exchange of plants, animals, diseases and people across the Atlantic Ocean between Europe and the Americas
Slavery The treatment of people as property
conquistadors Spanish soldier-explorers
colony A new settlement or territory established and governed by another country
missionaries People who travel to new places to try and change another people’s religion
convert To change one’s religion
revolt To rise up against someone in power (usually with violence)
Created by: lindagarcia