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Conquistador A Spanish explorer.
Presidio A fort
Armanda A fleet of worship.
Northwest Passage A sea passage between Alantic and Pacific along the north coast of North America.
Reformation 16th century movement for the abuse in roman catholic church. Ending the reformed and protestant churches.
Culture The arts and other manifestations of humans.
Federation A group of states with a central government.
Primary Source A document, diary, manuscript, autobiography, or recording .
Tenant Farmer A person who farms rented land.
Unalienable Rights Something that cannot be taken away.
Capital The most important city or town of a country.
Plantation A colony
Pilgrimage A pilgrim's journey.
Inference An educated guess
Ethics The branch of knowledge that deals with moral principles
Natural Rights Rights that are God-given and can never be taken or even given away.
Circumnavigate Sail or travel around the world.
Innovation Make changes in something established, especially by introducing new methods, ideas, or products.
Immigration Live permanently in a foreign country.
Economics Branch of knowledge concerned with the production, consumption and transfer of wealth.
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