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In Ptolemy’s geocentric universe,
a) the sun was the center of the universe. b) the world was round. c) the Earth was the center of the universe. d) the Earth was the center of a group of planets.
Mercantilism held that countries should
a) do all they could to increase wealth. b) evenly distribute wealth to their people c) not be involved with economy. d) develop wealth within themselves.
European nations used colonies for all of the following EXCEPT
a) to improve lives for the natives. b) to provide raw materials. c) to serve as sources of newfound wealth. d) to prevent trade with other nations.
The Columbian Exchange was
a) trade between America and Europe. b) a peace treaty between Spain and native Americans. c) exchange of cultures between America and Europe. d) exchange of goods between Italy and Spain.
The route slaves forced to sail between Africa and America became known as
a) the Middle Passage. b) the triangular trade. c) the Great Migration. d) the Atlantic Passage.
Spanish conquistadors like Cortez and Pizarro were noted for
a) treating Native Americans terribly while seeking gold. b) emphasizing Christianity over all other considerations when dealing with native people. c) purposefully spreading diseases like smallpox among the native peoples. d) establishing peaceful relations with almost all native groups.
This was the factor most responsible for the deaths of millions of Native Americans after contact with Europeans.
a) disease b) guns c) floods d) starvation
This phrase describes the motivation of European explorers.
a) Gold, Glory, and God b) Money is the root of all evil c) Succeed or die trying d) Go where no man has gone before
This is the name given to the transfer of plants, animals, people and ideas between the Old World to the New World.
a) Columbian Exchange b) Triangular Trade c) Colonialism d) Middle Passage
This term describes the belief that the wealth of a nation depends on its accumulation of gold and silver AND it describes the resulting economic system.
a) mercantilism b) colonialism c) capitalism d) socialism
The Atlantic slave trade was described as a triangular trade because
a) ships travelled a route between Europe, Africa and the Americas. b) traders were willing to accept gold, silver or bronze for slaves c) ships carrying trade goods often travelled in groups of three. d) after three years, slaves would be granted their freedom.
The process by which an African person became enslaved in the Americas began with the
a) exchange of European-made goods for African slaves. b) purchase of sugar and tobacco in the Americas. c) shipment of African slaves to the Americas. d) sale of African slaves to plantations in the Americas.
The portion of the triangular trade route where enslaved Africans were sent to the Americas.
a) middle passage b) western stage c) eastern route d) northern crossing
How did the Scientific Revolution change the way people looked at the world?
a) A reliance on reason and questioning tradition to lay the foundation for the Enlightenment. b) A return to traditional thinking and use of religious doctrine to explain life. c) An emphasis on the importance of feudal systems and Magna Carta. d) An acceptance of nearly any new idea or way of thinking.
scientific method
a) sun-centered theory b) stated the responsibilities of government to increase wealth c) reaching conclusions through observing, measuring, and testing d) exchange of goods for slaves
heliocentric
a) sun-centered theory b) trade between Europe and the Americas c) stated the responsibilities of government to increase wealth d) exchange of goods for slaves
mercantilism
a) stated the responsibilities of government to increase wealth b) exchange of goods for slaves c) trade between Europe and the Americas d) sun-centered theory
Columbian Exchange
a) trade between Europe and the Americas b) stated the responsibilities of government to increase wealth c) reaching conclusions through observing, measuring, and testing d) exchange of goods for slaves
triangular trade
a) exchange of goods for slaves b) stated the responsibilities of government to increase wealth c) trade between Europe and the Americas d) sun-centered theory
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