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S.S. - Ch. 4 Vocab

Social Studies - Unit 2 - Chapter 4 Vocabulary

Claim Something declared as one's own, especially a piece of land.
Armada The Spanish word for a large fleet of ships.
Invasion An attack by an armed force to conquer another country.
Charter A document giving permission to a person or group to do something.
Invest To put money into something to try to earn more money.
Stock A piece of ownership in a company.
Cash Crop A crop that people grow and sell to earn money.
Indentured Servant Someone who agreed to work for a number of yeara in exchange for the cost of a voyage to North America.
Pilgrim A person who makes a long journey for religious reasons.
Compact An agreement.
Cape A strip of land that stretches into a body of water.
Diversity The variety of people in a group.
Tolerance Respecting beliefs that are different from one's own.
Missionary A person who teaches his or her religion to others who have different beliefs.
Parallel Timelines Two or more timelines grouped together that show events happening in different places during the same period of time.
Created by: Magnuson