mini examIII - History 1026 Mini-Exam 3 (February 29, 2008)...

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History 1026 NAME: Mini-Exam 3 (February 29, 2008) Total = 40 Points Multiple Choice (Each is worth 1 point) 1) The social structure of English and French colonial regions in the Americas differed from Spanish colonial regions in the Americas in which of the following ways? a. The English and French settlers established tolerant multicultural societies. b. The English and French colonies included relatively large numbers of European women, while the Spanish colonies tended to be settled mainly by European men. c. The Spanish colonies were much more likely to be multi-racial in character than the English and French colonies. d. Both b and c 2) Which of the following products of the Spanish Empire in the Americas had an especially significant impact on both the Spanish and the global economies? a. Silver b. Gold c. Bananas d. Both a and b 3) Which of the following best describes the general pattern of European colonial settlements from 1492 -- 1789? a. Europeans tended to establish “Neo-Europes” in all parts of the world. b. Europeans limited themselves to establishing small “trading post” settlements. c. Europeans established “Neo-Europes” in the Americas. d. Both a and b 4) Which of the following best describes the long-term outcome of European contacts with the peoples of Australia and the Pacific islands? a. Unlike other cases, the peoples of Australia and the Pacific islands were able to prevent their lands from being colonized by Europeans; they remain independent of European influence up to the present. b. The peoples of the Australia and the Pacific Islands ultimately suffered the same fate as many other peoples that Europeans came into contact with; their populations were destroyed by violence and disease, and their lands and resources were taken from them. c.
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