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Chapter 5 notes - Chapter 5 Pretest 1. Unlike other...

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Chapter 5 Pretest 1. Unlike other colonial powers, the French refused to make war on Indian tribes like the Fox,  preferring to negotiate treaties that left the Fox tribe in charge of a portion of the lucrative fur trade.  False 2. The newest and greatest change in Indian cultures during the 18th century was: nomadic hunting  using horses 3. North America's most sophisticated city and center of learning in the 18th century was: Mexico City 4. Florida rapidly developed into a profitable slave plantation society in the early 18th century. False 5. Spanish colonial communities in the 18th-century Southwest did not contain: religious dissenters 6. What factor did not influence British North American population growth? Screening of Immigrants 7. High birth rates, relatively low mortality rates, and liberal immigration policies account for the rapid  population growth of the British North American colonies. True 8. The French seigneurs, the Spanish system of encomienda, and the great manors created by the  Dutch were representative of: attempts to recreate European feudalism in North America. 9.
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This note was uploaded on 03/26/2008 for the course HIST 105 taught by Professor Hatfield during the Fall '07 term at Texas A&M.

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