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SS7 Unit 2 Vocab

political having to do with government and power; often dealing with law, land, and policy
social having to do with the people/citizens; often dealing with how people live and interact with each other
economic having to do with money, wealth, and resources; often dealing with how people or groups obtain resources needed to live
colonist people who immigrate to a foreign land and invade the native population and take control over political, social and economic aspect of life
interaction when two or more things/people come into contact with each other and have an effect on one another
New England Colonies Areas taken over by English settlers in the new world (America) and established as colonies of England, located in northeast region of the United States (Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode, & New Hampshire)
Middle Colonies Four of the 13 colonies of British America, located between the New England colonies and the Southern Colonies. (Delaware, New Jersey, New York, & Pennsylvania)
Southern Colonies Areas south of the Middle Colonies that make up the 13 English Colonies. (Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, & Georgia)
Colombian Exchange Widespread transfer of plants, animals, culture, people, technology, and ideals between the Americans, Europe, and West Africa following Christopher Columbus' 1492 voyage to the "New World."
Middle Passage The ocean journey undertaken by European ships after stealing people from West Africa to bring then to America and the Caribbean.
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