C25-quiz - C25-quiz 1. The term "mestizo" refers...

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1. The term "mestizo" refers to A. The coins that were used in the Aztec empire B. An individual of indigenous and European parentage C. The Spanish plantations on which millions of Central and South Americans were enslaved D. The Aztec term for the mysterious disease that devastated their population E. The percentage of silver that went to the Spanish government 2. The most important factor in explaining the Spanish victory over the Aztecs and Incas was A. The overwhelming Spanish superiority in guns and cannons B. The devastating loss of life caused by European-borne diseases C. The Spanish strength in numbers D. The military precision of the well-trained Spanish troops E. The Spanish alliance with the Maya 3. The conquistadores A. Established empires in Central and South America that lasted until the eighteenth century B. Lost control because of a bloody battle between the forces of Cortés and Pizarro C. Eventually lost control and were replaced by formal rule by the Spanish crown D. Eventually died of the very same smallpox that they had unwittingly introduced to the Americas E. In turn were defeated by French forces 4. The power of the viceroys was checked by reviews conducted by A. The mestizo B. The zambos C. The encomiendas D. The conquistadores E. The audiencias 5. The Treaty of Tordesillas A. Granted England control over Australia B. Split Central and South America between Spain and Portugal C. Ended the Seven Years' War D. Limited Spanish northern expansion at modern-day Florida E. Ended the English practice of raiding Spanish treasure galleons 6. Which of the following was not a difference between the Spanish approach to colonization and that of the English and French? A. Private investors played a much greater role in the English and French approach B. The English and French viewed the indigenous populations as their equals C. The English and French did not encounter large, centralized states D. The Spanish saw the Americas as a land to exploit rather than one to settle or colonize E. Iberian explorers had royal backing
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7. Which of the following was not true of the American Indians that the English and French came into contact with? A. The North American Indians did not have large, centralized states like the Aztecs and Inca
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