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1. (Points: 0) The civilization that stood near the Mississippi Valley region that traded with over half the continent some 3,500 years ago, is called the 1. Iriquois. 2. Aztecs. 3. Incas. 4. Pueblos. 5. Mound Builders. Save Answer 2. (Points: 0) The reconquista was the reconquest of Spain from the 1. Protestants. 2. Aztecs. 3. Moors. 4. Jews. 5. British. Save Answer 3. (Points: 0) Patroonship in New Netherland 1. was a great success, bringing thousands of new settlers to the colony. 2. led to one democratic manor led by Kiliaen van Rensselaer. 3. was like a system of medieval lords. 4. meant that shareholders received large estates for transporting tenants for agricultural labor. 5. prompted terrible treatment of Native Americans. Save Answer 4. (Points: 0) In 1542 Spain promulgated the New Laws, which 1. divided the New World between the Spanish and Portuguese. 2. forbade African slavery. 3. replaced the outdated Old Laws. 4. forbade Catholic priests from speaking out against Spanish policy.
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5. forbade Indian slavery. Save Answer 5. (Points: 0) Which of the following is true about Native Americans and material wealth? 1. They had no material wealth. 2. Eastern Native Americans were more materialistic than those who lived west of the Mississippi. 3. Native Americans actually suffered more social inequality than Europeans did. 4. Wealth mattered less to them than to Europeans, but inherited social status was of equal importance. 5. Chiefs were expected to share some of their goods rather than hoard them. Save Answer 6. (Points: 0) “Masterless men” were 1. slaves who were between masters while being sold and in transport. 2. those without regular jobs or otherwise outside the control of their social superiors. 3. None of the above 4. those without social edict and upbringing, who bore no respect to deference and were a nuisance to society. 5. those who were not married and had no wife to run a proper household. Save Answer 7. (Points: 0) Which European country came to North America for trade and prided themselves on their devotion to liberty? 1. Portugal 2. France 3. The Netherlands 4. Spain 5. Britain Save Answer 8.
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(Points: 0) The Native American population 1. was largely dependent upon agriculture at the time of European exploration. 2. declined catastrophically due to exposure to the Black Plague. 3. lived mostly in North America. 4. was at least 100 million at the time that Columbus arrived. 5. lived mostly in Central and South America. Save Answer 9. (Points: 0) What motivated the Portuguese to begin exploration to find a water route to the Orient? 1. To prove that the world was round 2. To eliminate the Italian and Muslim “middlemen” in the spice trade 3. Sailing for the Catholic Church to spread Christianity 4. To establish land empires in Indian and China 5. The search for gold Save Answer 10.
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