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Exploration&Conquest

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indigenous native; originating from a certain place
motivation reason for doing something
exploration traveling through unfamiliar territory to learn more about it
colonization when a group of people settle in a new area
economy the process by which goods are bought, sold, or traded
benefit good or helpful result
consequence a negative or hurtful result
compass a navigational instrument for finding directions
astrolabe a navigational instrument used to measure the angles of celestial bodies (like the Sun, moon, and stars) so sailors would know their latitude and longitude
conquer to take over by force
Columbian Exchange the exchange of plants, animals, diseases, and technology between the Old World (European countries and Africa) and the New World (North and South America)
Created by: Mrs. Spinosa