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My World: Ohio Chapter 2

TermDefinition
Parliament the law-making part of the government of Great Britain
Stamp Act a law that stated that if colonists bought any printed material, they also had to buy a special stamp; the money for the stamp was a tax,
tax money paid to the government
boycott to not buy; often a refusal by a large group of people to buy goods from or use services of a certain business
delegate a person chosen to represent a larger group
militia a volunteer army
Patriot an American colonist who supported independence
Loyalist an American colonist who remained loyal to Great Britain
ordinance a law
survey to measure
township a measured area of public land
territory an area of land that is owned by a country
slavery the practice of forcing people to work without pay
legislative branch the law-making branch of government
judicial branch the law-interpreting branch of government
executive branch the law-enforcing branch of government
census the population count taken every ten years through which a government counts its citizens and gathers information about their ages, races, and incomes
ratify to approve officially
amendment a change to a consitution
veto power the power to vote against new laws
reservation are area of land set aside for American Indians to live
national anthem the official song of the country
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