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Social Studies:A Young Nation-Chapter 10 Outline (5th Grade)

Everything you'll need to know for the Social Studies:A Young Nation-Chapter 10 test.
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What is a mission?
A settlement where missionaries lived and worked.
Where and when did the Spanish build missions?
From the 1500s to the 1800s the Spanish built missions in what is today the United States.
Where and when did the Spanish priest Father Junipero Serra build missions?
In 1769, the Spanish priest Father Junipero Serra began to build missions throughout California.
What is a portage?
A land route from one body of water to another.
Who is a voyageur?
A trader who transported furs by canoe in New France.
Who is a coureur de bois?
In New France, a person who trapped furs without permission from the French government.
Who was Samuel de Champlain?
Explorer and founder of Quebec, the first permanent French settlement in North America, in 1608. He is known as the "Father of New France."
When did Samuel de Champlain build the first permanent French settlement? Where did he build it? What was it called?
Samuel de Champlain built the first permanent French settlement in North America in 1608. It was called Quebec.
Explorations by Marquette and Jolliet in 1673 and by La Salle in 1682 led to what?
Explorations by Marquette and Jolliet in 1673 and by La Salle in 1682 led to French control of the entire Mississippi River Valley.
What was the source of wealth for the French?
The fur trade became a source of wealth for the French.
What was the French and Indian war?
A conflict between Great Britain and France in North America from 1754 to 1763. British colonists used this name to describe who they were fighting---the French and their Native American allies.
What was the Treaty of Paris?
An agreement signed by Great Britain and France that brought an end to the French and Indian War.
What was the Proclamation of 1763?
An official announcement by King George III of Great Britain outlawing colonial settlement west of the Appalachian Mountains.
Who was George Washington?
First president of the United States from 1789 to 1797. He fought in the French and Indian war and led the Continental Army during the American Revolution.
Who was Pontiac?
Ottawa chief who led attacks against the British after losing the French and Indian War in 1763.
Who was King George III?
King of England during the American Revolution.
In 1754 what was Britain and France fighting for?
In 1754 Britain and France began fighting over the Ohio River Valley in the French and Indian War.
By winning the war in 1763, which lands did Britain take over?
By winning the war in 1763, Britain took over Florida, Canada, and most of New France.
Pontiac's rebellion made King George III issue what? It gave the Ohio River Valley lands to whom?
Pontiac's rebellion made King George III issue the Proclamation of 1763. It gave the Ohio River Valley lands to the Native Americans there.