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KNavarro

Chapter 7 Set 1

TermDefinition
application way in which something is used
cotton gin machine that separates cotton from seeds
discrimination unfair treatment of people based on their differences
embargo an order that blocks or prohibits trade with another company
expedition journey for a specific purpose
gold rush the sudden rush of people to an area where gold has been discovered
immigrant person who lives in a country in which he or she was not born
impressment the British practice of capturing American sailors and forcing them to serve on British ships
interchangeable part part of a machine or device that can be replaced by another, identical part
interpreter person who changes words from one language into another
Manifest Destiny the belief that the United States had a right to expand its borders west to the Pacific Ocean and south to the Rio Grande
neutral not taking sides
pioneer a person who is among the first non-native people to settle a region
Created by: knavarro70