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What cultural item (s) were spread through the trade of salt?
a) math and astronomy b) how to travel in North America c) number system, astrolabe d) Christianity, paper, printing
What cultural item(s) were spread through the trade of spices?
a) number system, astrolabe b) how to travel in North America c) math and astronomy d) Christianity, paper, printing
The British colonized what continent(s)?
a) North America b) neither North or South America c) both North and South America d) South America
The French colonized what continent(s)?
a) both North and South America b) neither North or South America c) South America d) North America
The country of Portugual colonized what continent(s)?
a) South America b) neither North or South America c) both North and South America d) North America
The country of Spain colonized what continent(s)?
a) both North and South America b) South America c) North America d) neither North or South America
Which of the following trade routes was the last one to be used?
a) fur b) salt c) spice d) silk
Which of the following trade items was the Columbus was searching for a new route for when he discovered the Americas?
a) spice b) salt c) silk d) fur
Which was the first colony established in the United States?
a) Jamestown b) Boston c) Plymouth d) Raleigh
When did William Penn found Pennsylvania colony?
a) 1680 b) 1492 c) 1607 d) 1620
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