History1301 EX1 Review

History1301 EX1 Review - Chapter1 1.

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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  13. Which of the following tribes is a descendant of the ancestral Puebloan peoples?
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Hopi  14. The “Counter-Reformation” was meant to:  Strengthen the Catholic Church  15. The Renaissance originated in the city-states of:  Italy  16. Hakluyt argued that the Indians, once civilized, would be:  Purchasers of English Goods  17. Who was the first English child born in America? Virginia Dare  18. In the fourteenth century, Europeans were most familiar with the ______ parts of Africa.  Northern  19. In his plans to reach India, Columbus mistakenly calculated:  The Earth’s circumference  20. Which British monarch formed the Church of England separate from the Catholic Church?  Henry VIII 21. Which group developed Mesoamerica’s most advanced writing system?  The Mayans  22. Brazil was colonized by:  Portugal  23. The “Black Death” killed what fraction of Europe’s population?  One-third  24. Which disease devastated the Aztec population?  Smallpox  25. Of the following countries/ regions, which was least involved in voyages of discovery?  Italy 
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26. Who wrote the “discourse on the Western Planting”?  Hakluyt  27. The conquistadors were primarily interested in:  Finding gold  28. Columbus first reached this place in America:  The Bahamas  29. The Aztec capital was:  Tenochitilan  30. Africans primarily came to European settlements in America:  As slaves  31. Which disease was not exported from Europe to America?  Syphilis  32. From where did the earliest humans to visit North America probably come?  Central Siberia  33. The Treaty of Tordesillas affected which countries?
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History1301 EX1 Review - Chapter1 1.

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