APUSH Quiz Multiple Choice Questions.docx - 1 When Europeans arrived in North America at the beginning of the sixteenth century the native population

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1.When Europeans arrived in North America at the beginning of the sixteenth century:the native population was racially homogenous.Indians had developed a variety of disparate cultures and languages.Indians considered themselves a homogeneous culture with common origins.the native population was limited to the warmer regions of Mesoamerica.there were only a few thousand Indians and they spoke five basic languages.2. Studies that compare DNA have revealed a close genetic relationship between American Indians and the people of:AfricaAustraliaEuropeIndiaAsia3. Recent archaeological evidence has led some scholars to conclude that early migration in North America: relied on dog sleds to carry people over the vast glacial sheets that covered the continentoccurred by water as people used boats to travel along the western coastline of the continentcould not have taken place as long as the continent was covered by the vast glaciers of the Ice Age.was spurred by intense conflict among competing tribes.took place as human beings sought fertile lands to ensure the production of abundant food crops.4. Scholarly research leads to the conclusion that Clovis technology: was limited to the area of eastern New Mexico and the Texas panhandle.
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  • Spring '17
  • Mr. Dozeal
  • US History, Indigenous peoples of the Americas, European colonization of the Americas

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