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Name the country that the Spanish believed posed the greatest threat to their empire from the north.
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Flag this QuestionQuestion 580 ptsWho was deposed as King of England in the Glorious Revolution in 1688?
Flag this QuestionQuestion 590 ptsWhat do Thomas Hooker, Anne Hutchinson, and Roger Williams have in common?They were on the first governor's council in Massachusetts Bay.They all tried to open Catholic churches in Massachusetts Bay.They all moved from Massachusetts Bay to Virginia.They were all religious dissenters in Massachusetts who eventually left that colony.
Flag this QuestionQuestion 600 ptsThe eastern third of what is now the United States was occupied by the _________________ before Columbus arrived.
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Question 610 ptsAll of the following were substantial English settlements in the Caribbean Islands except
Flag this QuestionQuestion 620 ptsWhere did Columbus first land when he came across the Atlantic?
Flag this QuestionQuestion 630 ptsWhat event resulted in the decline of Spanish influence in the New World andthe rise of English influence?English pirates raiding Spanish ships and stealing Spanish treasure.Henry VIII's rise to power in England.The successful establishment of an English colony at Jamestown in 1607.The English defeat of the Spanish Armada in 1588.
Flag this QuestionQuestion 640 ptsThe members of Parliament who opposed the King during the English Civil War were mostly
Flag this QuestionQuestion 650 ptsWhose name is associated with the concept of freedom of the press?
Flag this QuestionQuestion 660 ptsWhat was the first American college?
Flag this QuestionQuestion 670 ptsWhich of the following was not a factor in European countries' determination to begin the age of discovery and exploration in the late fifteenth century?The emergence of new governments that were more united and powerful than those of the feudal eraAdvances in navigation made long-distance sea travel more feasibleA reawakening of commerce with the emergence of a new working classA better understanding of what lay beyond the ocean
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