5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- turning point
- established church
- Christopher Colombus
- a a group of people who settle in a distant land but are still ruled by the government of their native land
- b Indian empire conquered by the Spanish, many of them died from European diseases
- c the chosen religion of a state; most rulers during the 1500s supported this practice.
- d a moment in history that marks a decisive change
- e looking for a route to Asia and found the Americas, he did NOT discover America, but his voyage did have a lasting impact! His voyages led to trade between the Eastern and Western Hemispheres
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- below the Peninsulares, they were people who were born in New Spain to Spanish parents
- Engligh colony in Virginia; located in a swampy area, the colonists suffered from disease spread by mosquitoes, conflicts with Native Americans and starvation.
- attempted to help Native Americans by asking the King of Spain to enact laws prohibiting their enslavement
- Wampanoag Indian who helped the Pilgrims to grow native crops
- top social class of New Spain, people who were born in Spain and held the highest jobs in government and the Church.
5 True/False Questions
northwest passage → an area of settlements in North and South America that we conquered by conquistadors.
mestizos → below the creoles, they were people who were of mixed Spanish and Indian background in New Spain
Pilgrims → in the 1600s, English settlers who sought religious freedom in the Americas; settled the colony of Plymoth in Massachusetts. After struggling to survive their first winter they were helped by Native Americans to better learn how to fish and farm.
Protestant Reformation → large estate farmed by many workers
missions → religious settlements run by Catholic priests and friars