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History Unit 2 Vocabulary

Across
A settlement far away from the country that rules it
To force a person to work for no money without the freedom to leave
(2 words) a set of squares formed by crisscrossing lines that can help you determine the absolute location of a place on a globe
A person of mixed Spanish and Indian heritage
A name for the Spanish conquerors who first came to the Americas in the 1500s.
(2 words) where a place is in relation to another
The transfer of people, animals, plants, and germs across the Atlantic Ocean following Columbus' voyages
An Iroquois chief or tribal leader
To send goods to another country for sale or use
An imaginary line, or meridian, measuring distance east or west of the prime meridian
A person who teaches his or her religion to those who have different beliefs
A line of latitude
(2 words) A group of merchants who share the cost and profits of a business
To trade goods for other goods
A person who travels to a special place for religious reasons
An imaginary line, or parallel, measuring distance north or south of the equator
A crop that is grown to be sold for profit
Down
A person who buys, sells, or trades goods for a profit
The science of determining a ship's location and direction
(2 words) the line of longitude labeled "zero" degrees longitude
An official document giving a person permission to do something, such as settle an area.
Money made on goods that exceeds the cost of production
(2 words) a person who worked for someone in colonial America for a set time in exchange for the ocean voyage
(2 words) a water route believed to flow through North America to Asia
A person, group, or nation united with another in order to do something
A trader who transported furs by canoe in New France
A journey made for a special purpose
A line of longitude east or west of Earth's prime meridian
The name given by colonists to the far end of a country where people are just beginning to settle
An area in which different groups of people are controlled by one ruler or government
To bring goods from another country for sale or use