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cmcclung

chapter 5 vocab for OK.history

QuestionAnswer
Frontier? The area at the egde or just beyound a settled area.
Confederacy? is another term for an alliance.
Treaty? is a formal agreement between two or more nations.
Encroachments? Trespass or intrusion without permission.
Longhunters? Are hunters gone for a long period of time.
Constitution? Is an organization.
Manifest Denstiny? To move west.
Epidemic? An outbreak of a contagious disease.
Ratify? Formally Approve.
Appropriated? to set aside.
Pirogues? Canoe-Shaped boats.
Protege? A young person who receives experienced guidance.
Renegades? Are Deserters.
Impressment? Forcing someone to do something for them.
Missouri Compromise? Admitted Missouri as a state that allowed slavery.
Migrated? Moved from place to place.
Ceded? Turned over.
Subsistence? Is the minimun resources.
Assimilation? The process of one group becoming part of another.
Syllabary? Or Alphabet.
Indian Removal Act? indians are being push out
allotment? a specified portion as of land
lottery? a contest whose winner is chosen by a drawing
Created by: cmcclug