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The pre-Columbian North American peoples in the Southwest Select one: a. were primarily hunters of small game. b. built large irrigation systems for farming. c. lived in small, nomadic tribes. d. created an economy exclusively based on trade. e. primarily pursued moose and caribou for sustenance.
Native American religions were closely linked to Select one:
The origins of the majority of human existence in North America began Select one:
Cahokia was a large trading center located near what present-day city?
Select one:
Scholars estimate that human migration into the Americas over the Bering Strait occurred approximately Select one: a. 2,000 years ago. b. 5,000 years ago. c. 9,000 years ago. d. 11,000 years ago. e. 18,000 years ago.
The pre-Columbian North American peoples in the Pacific Northwest Select one:
Who was the first known European to look westward upon the Pacific Ocean, in 1513?
Select one:
The first permanent English settlement in the New World was established in Select one:
Georgia was founded Select one: a. to provide a refuge for Catholics. b. to create a military barrier against the Spanish. c. to quickly make money for its investors. d. by Quaker missionaries. e. as a haven for religious dissenters.
Captain John Smith helped the Jamestown settlement survive by Select one:

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