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Chapter 1  1. This urban center dominated the Mississippi Valley:  Cahokia  2. What has been dubbed “the Columbia exchange”?  The spread of European diseases to America  3. Who claimed Newfoundland for England? Gilbert  4. Columbus was born in… Genoa  5. Slave status is Africa was:  Not necessarily permanent  6. Cabeza de Vaca eventually reached Mexico after an eight-year trek that began in:  Florida  7. In 1492, how many people lived on the continents of North and South America?  70 Million  8. According to Luther, salvation is the result of:  Faith  9. Cartier explored the St. Lawrence River in order to:  Find a water route to Asia  10. Queen Mary earned the nickname “Bloody Mary” for her persecution of:  Protestants  11. Kivas were special rooms used for:  Religious ceremonial centers  12. Which religion took root in West Africa in the eleventh century?  Islam 
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13. Which of the following tribes is a descendant of the ancestral Puebloan peoples? Hopi 
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This note was uploaded on 05/30/2011 for the course HIST 1301 taught by Professor Powers during the Summer '08 term at Lone Star College.

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