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Confronting Columbus

Vocabulary from Great Source Sourcebook

The Italian explorer known for discovering America in 1492. Columbus
Greatly. eminently
People born in a particular place or country. Native
Essential; very important indispensable
edge brink
hopeful optimistic
mass distruction annihilation
environmental ecological
adding harmful and unhealthy matter polluting
general environment; air or climate atmosphere
condition of people that shows a high level of development civilization
well; pleasantly hamoniously
eager; had a strong desire anxious
staying alive survival
fit into another culture assimilate
frequent; widespread rampant
land set apart by the governement for Native Americans reservations
circumstance; setting context
strong belief conviction
right entitlement
develop formulate
Created by: dawsonm