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CHAPTER 4 SECTION 1 & 2 VOCABULARY TEST A. treadle B. folkways C. bulk D. seaboard E. blacksmiths F. coffle G. meager H. superstitions i. brick masons J. supplemented K. antebellum
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1. _______________ large quantity 2. _______________ added to 3. _______________ period before the Civil War 4. _______________ foot peddles 5. _______________ a train of animals or slaves fastened together 6. _______________ by the sea 7. _______________ people who build with bricks 8. _______________ beliefs about magic and the super natural 9. _______________ ways of thinking, feeling, and acting that are shared by a group of people 10. _______________ a small amount 11. _______________ those who make horse shoes, plows and other metal items L. sparsely M. yeoman N. plantations O. navigable P. yearlings Q. bale
R. isolated S. homespun T. statewide elections U. self-sufficient V. commercial agriculture

12. _______________ a loosely woven fabric usually made of linen or wool 13. _______________ a large bundle packaged for shipping, storage, or sale; often hay or cotton 14. _______________ large farms or estates often dedicated primarily to growing one primary crop 15. _______________ producing what one needs 16. _______________ large scale production of food or livestock for sale 17. _______________ animals that are one year old 18. _______________ alone, apart 19. _______________ with few things 20. _______________ a body of water, as in a river or stream, deep and wide enough to allow the passage of ships or boats 21. _______________ elections held throughout the state 22. _______________ one who cultivates his own land using his own tools

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