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________ was the German priest (Catholic) who opposed the Catholic Church and began the Protestant Reformation.
a) John Cabot b) Martin Luther c) King Henry VIII d) Henry Hudson
When Europeans settled in America, they brought two religious beliefs:
a) Protestant and Baptist b) Protestant and Catholic c) Catholic and Baptist d) Baptist and Buddhist
For personal reasons, King Henry VIII established England as a _________ nation.
a) Catholic b) Protestant c) Baptist d) Free
More direct water route through the Americas to Asia was called
a) Columbian Exchange b) Cape of Good Hope c) Northwest Passage d) Hudson Bay
Mercantilism is the belief that a nation’s power was based on wealth (gold, silver, land)
a) True b) False c) d)
The French wanted to come to America for
a) Fishing b) Hunting c) Fur Trading d) Both Fishing and Fur Trading
He sailed for the Dutch and England; founded Hudson Bay
a) Henry Hudson b) John Cabot c) Jacques Cartier d) Samuel de Champlain
Frenchman who established the first French settlement (Quebec).
a) Henry Hudson b) John Cabot c) Jacques Cartier d) Samuel de Champlain
Which members of the social class were those that had both Spanish and Indian parents?
a) Peninsulares b) Creoles c) Mestizos d) Native Americans
He sailed for England and founded Newfoundland.
a) Henry Hudson b) John Cabot c) Jacques Cartier d) Samuel de Champlain
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