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Native Americans adapted to their environments and developed
a) diverse cultures b) advanced technology c) rap as well as country music d) Answer not shown
Anthropologists think the earliest civilization in the Americas arose between
a) 1500 BC and 1200 BC b) 1700 BC and 1500 BC c) 1200 BC and 1000 BC d) 1900 BC and 1700 BC
How many ships did Christopher Columbus sail with in 1492
a) 3 b) 4 c) 5 d) 2
Where was New France in Canada
a) Quebec b) Vancouver c) Nova Scotia d) Ontario
Separatists became to be known as
a) Pilgrims b) Immigrates c) Traders d) Americans
Colonial merchants developed systems of ____________ involving exchanges of goods among the colonies , England, Caribbean sugar planters, and Africa
a) triangular trade b) triangular circle c) trade routes d) routes of trade
His contract theory of government and natural rights profoundly influenced the thinking of American political leaders.
a) John Locke b) Rousseau c) Montesquieu d) Mr. Richards
Who replaced King James II in England? Not the basketball player.
a) Mary and William of Orange b) Mary and William the Conquer c) Mary and Wolof of Netherlands d) Mary
Great Awakening
a) Stressed piety and being (born again) or emotionally uniting with God. Widespread resurgence of religious fervor. b) Political movement representing mainly farmers c) aid for the needy, welfare d) name given to Southerners who supported Republican Reconstruction
African slaves were regarded as ___________________
a) Christian servants b) Lower class c) Indentured servants d) asdf
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