English citizens were too afraid to go to the Americas after the settlement at

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English citizens were too afraid to go to the Americas after the settlement at Roanoke disappeared.
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CONCEPT English Contact 15 Which of the following statements best describes the situation in Central America prior to the arrival of Spanish conquistadores? Native cultures like the Aztec and Tlaxcalan were content to coexist peacefully. The Aztec and Inca had been engaged in a centuries-long war for what is now Mexico City. The Aztec were a nomadic people, thinly spread through what is now Mexico. Many native peoples resented the Aztec rulers and were ready to rebel. CONCEPT Spanish Contact 16 What role did New World exports play in the Triangular Trade? Organic goods like tobacco were sent back to the specific colony's mother country. Tobacco was used to lure Africans to the Americas where they would be enslaved. African slaves were sent to Europe in exchange for goods like sugar, tobacco and cotton. Textiles, rum and other manufactured goods were sent to Africa in exchange for slaves. CONCEPT The Atlantic World 17 Which of the following statements best reflects the official attitude toward religious freedom in the northern colonies? "Puritanism is the official religion of the colony, but individuals may abstain from its rituals and practice other religions privately." "Other religions may be present in the colony, but Puritanism must be given pride of place in government." "Any religion is welcome in this colony, but most settlers are Puritan, and thus the democratic government reflects their beliefs." "Every member of the colony must accept Puritanism and live by its rules, whether or not he is a member of the elect." CONCEPT Settling the Northern Colonies 18
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Which English colony's establishment was driven largely by religious motivations? Roanoke Plymouth Jamestown Virginia CONCEPT The English Colonial Experiment: Virginia and Massachusetts 19 Which of the following was a source of tension between English colonists and Native Americans? Native Americans constantly mocked the colonists for their weaknesses. Colonists refused to share their agricultural secrets with Native American tribes. Native Americans and colonists often competed over the same natural resources. Virginia colonists found a variety of Native American tribes in the region with whom to form alliances. CONCEPT English and Native American Conflict
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