4 Written Questions
4 Multiple Choice Questions
- Pueblo leader who led the Pueblo Revolt against the Spanish in New Mexico in 1680.
- City on the northeast coast of Florida, founded by the Spanish in 1565; was the first permanent European settlement in the United States.
- State located in the southeastern United States, settled by the Spanish in the middle 1500s.
- Military fort built by the Spanish,
4 True/False Questions
New Mexico → State in the southwestern United States, originally the name given by the Spanish to what is now the entire Southwest region of the United States.
Pueblo Revolt → Native American revolt in the late 1600s in which the Pueblo temporarily drove the Spanish out of New Mexico.
El Camino Real → Native American revolt in the late 1600s in which the Pueblo temporarily drove the Spanish out of New Mexico.
Pedro Menendez de Avilés → Spanish for "the royal road," a route that linked Spain's colonies in the American Southwest with Mexico.