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Vocabulary -unit 6 part 1

archaeolist A scientist who looks for artifacts and tries to explaine how they are used.
Historical Society A group of people who have a special interest in the history of their community
artifacts objects that we can find that was used by people in the past
disasters something that happens that causes great harm to a community
Tenochtitlan City in Mexico
Century 100 years
Decade 10 years
factories building that manufacters products
ghost town town that has buildings but no people
pollution anything that makes the air, land or water unclean
empire all the land and people under the control of a powerful nation
canals waterways that are built by people
causeways wide roads built over the water
Mexico City Capital of Mexico
decline Neighborhoods that were once busy but that now have empty shopping centers and empty homes.
Created by: jcc731