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A source of information (book, video, document) created by someone with direct and personal knowledge of the event(s)
Primary source
A source of information that is not direct or firsthand but rather gained as a result of research.
Secondary sources
A biography of yourself.
Autobiography
Peaceful time in Rome that lasted 200 years
Pax Romana
Described by landmarks, time, direction or distance from one place to another.
Relative Location
Arranging events in order of time
Chronological
An exact spot found using latitude and longitude lines of a street address.
Absolute Location
Can have physical (mountains, rivers, etc) or human characteristics (buildings, canals, roads)
Place
Humans change the environment and nature can change it back (man made lakes, hurricanes)
Human/Environmental Interaction
The movement of people, goods (imports/exports) & communications.
Movement
A region is
characterized as being united in terms of government,
language, or possibly its’ landform or situation.
Region
Economic idea that says that the price of a good rises or falls depending upon how many people want it (demand) and depending upon how much the good is available (supply)
Supply & Demand
One that produces, especially a person or organization that produces goods or services for sale.
Producer
Person who uses goods or services.
Consumers
Articles to trade
Goods
Employment in any duties or work for a person, organization, government, etc.
Services
A contribution for the support of a government required of persons, groups, or businesses within the domain of that government.
Taxes
A special line of work one has adopted as their career.
Specialization
To exchange goods with other people to get the goods that you fancy.
Trade
To trade with objects rather than money. To trade with things based on or in there economy.
Barter economy