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(noun) - memorial consisting of a structure or natural landmark of historic interest, set aside by the national government for preservation and public enjoyment

(noun) - a member of the peoples living in North or South America before the Europeans arrived, including a descendent of those peoples.

(noun) - English laws governing navigation and trade

(noun) - a series of economic programs passed by Congress during the first term of President Franklin D. Roosevelt, from 1933-1937

(noun) - a name used for the Western Hemisphere by Europeans, specifically referring to North and South America

(noun) - a finite resource; one that cannot be replaced once it is used

(noun) - a school that trained high school graduates to be teachers