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Toussaint L’ouverture inspired the people of St. Domingue they kept fighting gained full independence in 1804 and the name of the island was changed to Haiti
a) True b) False c) q d) z
Miguel Hidalgo was a Catholic priest who called for Mexico’s independence in one of his sermons.
a) True b) False c) q d) z
Toussaint L’ouverture learned to read and write, which was unusual for a slave.
a) True b) False c) q d) z
Toussaint L’ouverture was born a slave in Saint Domingue (Haiti).
a) True b) False c) q d) z
Miguel Hidalgo Was used as a propaganda symbol to encourage the Mexican freedom fighters
a) True b) Flase c) q d) z
Which of the following ideas traveled from Europe to the Americas
a) Christanity b) Slavery c) Human Sacrifice d) A written language
The increasing demand for crops and natural resources from the Americas led to a rise in what?
a) Disease b) Slavery c) Capital d) War
Which of the following best describes the Columbian Exchange
a) The movement of new crops from Europe to the Americas b) The movement of crops, goods, and natural resources from Europe to the Americas c) The moment that Christopher Columbus landed in the Bahamas d) The movement of crops, goods, natural resources, people, ideas and diseases from Europe to the Americas
This civilization converted many of the natives that they conquered to Christianity.This religious transition has had a lasting impact on the region
a) Aztecs b) Incas c) Mayans d) Conquistadors
This culture used a technique called terracing as their method of agriculture.
a) Aztecs b) Incas c) Mayans d) Conquistadors
This culture used slash and burn farming as their method of agriculture.
a) Aztecs b) Incas c) Mayans d) Conquistadors
This culture came to an end when its population disappeared from the highly populated cities for no reason.
a) Aztecs b) Incas c) Mayans d) Conquistadors
Lead by Hernan Cortez this group conquered the mighty Aztecs.
a) Aztecs b) Incas c) Mayans d) Conquistadors
Atahualpa was this civilization’s last king before they fell to the Spanish.
a) Aztecs b) Incas c) Mayans d) Conquistadors
This culture explored and conquered the Americas, armed with advanced technology, horses and diseases.
a) Aztecs b) Incas c) Mayans d) Conquistadors
This culture’s greatest cities were built high in the Andes Mountains.
a) Aztecs b) Incas c) Mayans d) Conquistadors
This culture is most well known for their stonework construction
a) Aztecs b) Incas c) Mayans d) Conquistadors
This culture used Chinampas as a method to grow crops.
a) Aztecs b) Incas c) Mayans d) Conquistadors
This culture main city was Tenotitchilan modern day Mexico city.
a) Aztecs b) Incas c) Mayans d) Conquistadors
This culture had many enemies in its region because of their ability and desire to wage war.
a) Aztecs b) Incas c) Mayans d) Conquistadors
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