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1CHAPTER 1The Collision of Cultures in the 16th CenturyCORE OBJECTIVES1. Explain why there were so many diverse human societies in the Americas before Europeans arrived.2. Summarize the major developments in Europe that enabled the Age of Exploration.3. Describe how the Spanish were able to conquer and colonize the Americas.4. Assess the impact of the biological exchange between the “Old” and “New” Worlds.5. Analyze the legacy of the Spanish form of colonization on North American history.TRUE/FALSE QUESTIONS1. The diversity of native populations in the New World can be illustrated by the more than 300 languages that they spoke.ANS: TTOP: Early Cultures in the Americas REF: p. 9DIF: DifficultOBJ: 1. Explain why there were so many diverse human societies in the Americas before Europeans arrived.2. Early Indian civilizations considered land and people sacred and did not make war or exploit the environment.ANS: FTOP: The Mayas, Incas, and Mexica REF: p. 11DIF: ModerateOBJ: 1. Explain why there were so many diverse human societies in the Americas before Europeans arrived.3. Columbus was looking for a shorter and safer route to India.ANS: TTOP: The Voyages of Columbus02_Tindall_TB_ch01_001-017.indd 102_Tindall_TB_ch01_001-017.indd 121/03/15 11:58 AM21/03/15 11:58 AM
2 | Chapter 1REF: p. 18DIF: EasyOBJ: 2. Summarize the major developments in Europe that enabled the Age of Exploration.4. The marriage of Ferdinand and Isabella united Spain.
TOP: The Expansion of EuropeREF: p. 18DIF: ModerateOBJ: 2. Summarize the major developments in Europe that enabled the Age of Exploration.5. The New World was named for the Italian explorer Amerigo Vespucci.
TOP: The Voyages of Columbus REF: p. 20DIF: EasyOBJ: 2. Summarize the major developments in Europe that enabled the Age of Exploration.6. Martin Luther’s new religion enjoyed a great deal of early popularity in Germany.
TOP: Religious Conflicts in Europe REF: p. 21DIF: ModerateOBJ: 2. Summarize the major developments in Europe that enabled the Age of Exploration.7. Before the arrival of the Europeans, the horse was an important part of every New World culture.ANS: FTOP: The Columbian ExchangeREF: p. 26DIF: ModerateOBJ: 4. Assess the impact of the biological exchange between the “Old” and “New” Worlds.8. Smallpox was the deadliest disease the Europeans unleashed among the Indians.
TOP: Spread of Diseases 02_Tindall_TB_ch01_001-017.indd 202_Tindall_TB_ch01_001-017.indd 221/03/15 11:58 AM21/03/15 11:58 AM
The Collision of Cultures in the 16th Century| 3REF: p. 27DIF: EasyOBJ: 4. Assess the impact of the biological exchange between the “Old” and “New” Worlds.9. Spain left little cultural imprint on its former possessions in what is now the United States.ANS: FTOP: The Columbian Exchange REF: p. 27DIF: ModerateOBJ: 5. Analyze the legacy of the Spanish form of colonization on North American history.

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