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Chapter 1 SHI/TindallTHE COLLISION OF CULTURES IN THE 16THCENTURYI.Early Cultures in the AmericasII. European ExpansionIII. Religious Conflict in EuropeIV. The Spanish EmpireV. The Columbian ExchangeVI. Spanish Exploration in North AmericaVII.Challenges to the Spanish Empire
ESSAY (Answer one)1.In 1600, which European nation seemed to have the best chance at eventuallycontrolling what is now the United States? Why?2.Explain the origins of the American Indians and compare the general culturesthat they developed in South, North, and Central America.3.Explain the various factors of the European Renaissance that prompted andpromoted the exploration and settlement of the New World. Explain the impactof the Protestant Reformation on the settlement of the Western Hemisphere.4.Describe the development of Spanish rule over its territory in America. Describethe various challenges to the Spanish Empire.Chapter 1 QuizTrue-False1.The diversity of native populations in the New World can be illustrated bythe more than 300 languages that they spoke.1.Early Indian civilizations considered land and people sacred and did not makewar or exploit the environment.2.Columbus was looking for a shorter and safer route to India.3.The marriage of Ferdinand and Isabella united Spain.4.The New World was named for the Italian explorer Amerigo Vespucci.5.Martin Luther’s new religion enjoyed a great deal of early popularity inGermany.6.Before the arrival of the Europeans, the horse was an important part of everyNew World culture.
7.Smallpox was the deadliest disease the Europeans unleashed among theIndians.8.Spain left little cultural imprint on its former possessions in what is now theUnited States.9.The Pueblo Revolt of 1598 permanently expelled the Spaniards from NewMexico.10.The presence of horses greatly disrupted the ecology of the Great Plains.11.The Dutch became Spain’s greatest allies in their fight against the ProtestantEnglish.12.The defeat of the Spanish Armada encouraged the English to embark uponNew World colonization.MATCHINGMatch each description with the item below.A)Conquered the Incan EmpireB)Sought the fountain of youth in FloridaC)Was stoned to death by his own peopleD)Captained the Santa MariaE)Led the first French effort to colonize the New WorldF)Was the Spanish ruler in New MexicoG)Ordered the beheading of Mary, Queen of Scots
H)Led an army of 800 into Mexico in 1519II)Was Queen Elizabeth’s greatest foreign rival1.Ponce de León2.

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