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1. In the Columbian Exchange,the Old World and the New World exchanged would agree that the earliest inhabitants of the Western Hemisphere came from which of the following areas of the world? A)animal, plant, and microbial life forms2. The most significant factor that allowed large numbers of nomadic hunters to enter the heart of North America wasD) the search for new food supplies3. The agricultural practices of pre-Columbian tribes in the Northeast were characterized by:(See chapter 1)D) a rapid exploitation of the land.4. Cahokia was a large trading center located near what present-day city? who inhabited most of present-day Canada and Alaska, survived mostly by hunting and fishing. (See chapter 1)A) St. LouisTrueB. False
5. Distinct regional cultures developed among the peoples of North America between 10,000 and 2,500 years ago. Over centuries distinct groups developed their own:A) languagesB) social organizationsC) religious beliefs and practicesD) governmentsE)All of the above6. Which of the following groups lived in what is now known as the Four Corners region of the United States? (See chapter 1)
7. The eastern third of what is now the United States was inhabited by the:
8. The Aztecs were the first group to build cities in the "new world." (See chapter 1)
9. The single greatest factor that caused the destruction of Native Americans after contact with Europeans was A) disease10. Mounds built by the Adena and Hopewell cultures of the Ohio and Mississippi valleys, were built as sacrificial platforms for their religious ceremonies. (See chapter 1)
11. Most modern archeologists would agree that the earliest inhabitants of the Western Hemisphere came from which of the following areas of the world?
12. In the Great Plains region, most pre-Columbian societies: (See chapter 1)C) hunted buffalo for survival.13. The first truly complex society in the Americas was that of the: E) Olmec.14. The Mississippian people were from the: (See chapter 1)
15. The early Native peoples who inhabited most of present-day Canada and Alaska, survived mostly by hunting and fishing. (See chapter 1)A. TrueB. False
16. Which of the following early Spanish explorers was made a slave by Indians, later escaped, and made an extraordinary trek across Texas and northern Mexico? (See chapter 2)A.Alvar Núñez Cabeza de Vaca17. As of the sixteenth century, Europeans had generally built up a greater immunity to smallpox than had the Native Americans. (See chapter 2)
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