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5 Matching questions

  1. favorable balance of trade
  2. joint-stock company
  3. Manchus
  4. colony
  5. encomienda
  1. a investors buy shares of stock to reduce risks of investing money in colonization. responsible for establishing Jamestown; England's first North American colony.
  2. b country sells more goods than it buys. ultimate goal to become self-sufficient, not dependent on other countries for goods. colonies played role of supplier and provided a market.
  3. c lived in Manchuria. invaded China, Ming Dynasty collapsed. began Qing Dynasty. expanded empire's borders.
  4. d natives farmed, ranched or mined for Spanish landlords. many laborers worked to death. sometimes mestizo children worked for parents.
  5. e lands that are controlled by another nation.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. country's power dependent mainly on wealth. allowed nations to build strong navies, purchase vital goods. obtain as much gold and silver as possible or establish favorable balance of trade
  2. Portuguese supporter of exploration. founded navigational school, sought wealth outside Europe.
  3. voyage that brought captured Africans to West Indies, North and South America. middle leg of transatlantic trade triangle.
  4. conquistador who marched into South America and conquered Inca. tricked and killed Incan ruler Atahualpa and took ransom.
  5. establish direct trade throughout Asia. power to mint own money, make treaties, raise own armies. established trading headquarters in Batavia, conquered nearby islands.

5 True/False questions

  1. Hongwupower struggle after his father, Hongwu's death. moved royal court to Beijing. launched treasure ship voyages to impress world with splendor and power of Ming China.

          

  2. triangular trademanufactured goods go to Africa, goods exchanged for slaves, slaves transported to West Indies, sold to Americas

          

  3. capitalismcountry's power dependent mainly on wealth. allowed nations to build strong navies, purchase vital goods. obtain as much gold and silver as possible or establish favorable balance of trade

          

  4. Yonglofirst Ming emperor. encouraged return to Confucian moral standards. restored merit-based civil service exam system. later became ruthless tyrant.

          

  5. Ming Dynastydrove out Mongol rulers. China became dominant power in Asia. had many vassal states that paid tribute.

          

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