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U.S History DC chapter 1-4
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The most likely route of the first migrants to the Americas was over __________.
Historians use evidence obtained by __________ and __________ to help them understand pre-historic events.
archeology and anthropology
_______ refers to the time period before Jesus' birth.
The height of the last "ice age" was between _______ and ________ years ago.
20,000 and 8,000
It is believed that the first people to come into North America came over a land bridge known as __________.
Archaeologists found ____________ near Kit Carson, Colorado next to bones of extinct bison.
The _________ period comes after the Archaic Period.
Inuit Indians built _____ for transportation.
The _________ are best known today for their magnificent cliff dwellings.
____________ was a Mound tribe city located just east of present day St. Louis.
The League of Five Nations is also known as the _______ League.
The agrarian tradition emphasized __________.
Columbus made a total of ________ voyages to the New World.
Prince Henry made ________ the leading country in New World exploration in the early 15th century.
The Treaty of Tordesillas was an agreement between ________ and ________.
Spain and Portugal
________ was the area in Southern Spain that Ferdinand and Isabella recaptured from the Moors in the 1490s.
Columbus' voyages were financially beneficial for Spain.
Most Europeans though the New World was a dangerous wilderness.
Holland was one of the countries that created the "black legend."
Isabella and Ferdinand financed Columbus partly to spread Christianity.
The Portuguese were the first Europeans to arrive in the New World.
Columbus' legacy is universally that of a great discoverer and explorer.
The Portuguese introduced the encomienda in the early 1600s.
__________ is known as the "lost colony."
The first French settlement in North America was __________, founded in ________.
Bacon's Rebellion took place in colonial __________.
The first colony in present day Connecticut was __________, founded by __________.
New Haven, Thomas Hooker
__________ was a colony originally settled by the Dutch.
Every colony in North America participated in the Atlantic slave trade.
Virginia had the largest slave population of all the early colonies in North America.
King Philip's War killed a larger percentage of Americans than any other war in history, except the Civil War.
Roger Williams disagreed with the Massachusetts Puritans regarding the Sabbath.
The worst Indian resistance occurred in the colony of South Carolina.
The Puritans initially disagreed with principles of free trade in their economy.
Virginia settlers saw no difference between black slaves and white indentured servants as long as they could use them for tobacco production.
Spanish colonization was less successful than colonization in North America because they were more concerned with religious factors.
The first society in which slavery was the dominant labor force was __________.
The last country to emancipate slaves was __________.
The largest Southern city in 1850 was __________.
_____ to _____ percent of African slaves were shipped to Brazil.
_____ to _____ percent of slave marriages were destroyed by sale.
The United States was one of the last countries to emancipate its slaves.
Most slaves who ran away never returned.
In the 19th century, slavery was a dying institution.
Slaves in Georgia worked according to the task system.
The racial classification of slaves only existed in America.
Slave labor generally required great agricultural skill.
Slaves were considered to be slaves permanently for the first time in the New World.
The Stono Rebellion took place in North Carolina.
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