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The Englishman responsible for the founding of Georgia was
a) CaptainJohn Smith b) James Oglethorpe c) Sir Walter Raleigh d) William Penn
Most Spanish conquistadores wanted to find this in their explorations
a) silver b) the Fountain of Youth c) The Imperial City of Tenochtitlan d) gold
He was the first European to arrive in
a) Hernando de Soto b) Amerigo Vespucci c) Juan Cabrillo d) Christopher Columbus
What is the name for the science of growing plants and trees?
a) crop rotation b) nursery research c) horticulture d) soil analysis
The English wanted to establish this economic structure with permanent colonies that would export more than they would import:
a) monopoly b) mercantilism c) tariffs d) commune
The first EUROPEAN explorer to set foot in what is today Georgia
a) Christopher Columbus b) Vasco de Gama c) Hernando de Soto d) Hernando Cortez
These islands are found along the Atlantic coast of Georgia
a) Barricade b) Barrier c) Barrister d) Terrier
These nomadic Indians made several advancements including the invention of the atlatl
a) Paleo b) Archaic c) Woodland d) Mississippian
This 3rd prehistoric Native American culture was the first to rely on horticulture and farming as a MAJOR source of food.
a) Woodland b) Paleo c) Mississippian d) Archaic
Catholic priests established these special churches to convert the Indians:
a) Temples b) Chapels c) Full Gospel Tabernacles d) Missions
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