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New World History Chapter 1
History
Geography
Western hemisphere
Migration
the record of what has happened to mankind
Study of the earth
North and South America and the many islands rising up out of…
Form of relocation diffusion involving permanent move to a ne…
History
the record of what has happened to mankind
Geography
Study of the earth
Abeka History 6 New World - Chapter 1
Migration
Bering Strait
Culture
Aztec, Maya, Inca
The movement of a group of people or animals from one part of…
Narrow body of water linking the Arctic Ocean to the Bering Sea
The way of life of a group of people
Indian groups that lived south of USA
Migration
The movement of a group of people or animals from one part of…
Bering Strait
Narrow body of water linking the Arctic Ocean to the Bering Sea
26 terms
New World History and Geography Chapter 1
The record of what has happened to man…
What makes up the new world
Movement of a group of people or anima…
The narrow body of water that links th…
History
North and South America and islands rising up from the Caribb…
Migration
Bering strait
The record of what has happened to man…
History
What makes up the new world
North and South America and islands rising up from the Caribb…
26 terms
New World History and Geography Chapter 1
History
What makes up the new world
Migration
Bering strait
The record of what has happened to mankind
North and South America and islands rising up from the Caribb…
Movement of a group of people or animals from one part of the…
The narrow body of water that links the Arctic Ocean to the P…
History
The record of what has happened to mankind
What makes up the new world
North and South America and islands rising up from the Caribb…
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Chapter 1-8 Semester Mid-term New World History
Nathan Hale
Constitution
Patrick Henry
George Washington
This American patriot said, "I only regret that I have but on…
The document that is the plan for government that the United…
In a fiery speech, this young Virginian said, "Give me libert…
The Virginian had a reputation for being both brave and wise.
Nathan Hale
This American patriot said, "I only regret that I have but on…
Constitution
The document that is the plan for government that the United…
History 8: Chapter 1 - Discovery of a New World
nomadic
mounds
adobe
totem poles
(adj) constantly on the move in search of food and shelter
(n) heaps of earth filled with weapons, pottery, and jewelry…
(n) a dried clay and straw mixture used to make buildings
(n) poles carved from large trees that depicted local legends…
nomadic
(adj) constantly on the move in search of food and shelter
mounds
(n) heaps of earth filled with weapons, pottery, and jewelry…
66 terms
american history: chapter 1 new world encounters
what were the first groups to arrive i…
what happen during native american his…
what happen 4,00 years ago in agricult…
inuit and aleut
europe, africans, and native americans
-20,000 years ago- Siberian hunters become first american inh…
-crops include maize. squash, and beans... -shift from nomadic h…
north(Alaska and northern canada... -hunting seal and ice fishing
what were the first groups to arrive i…
europe, africans, and native americans
what happen during native american his…
-20,000 years ago- Siberian hunters become first american inh…
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US History Chapter 1: New World Beginnings
Nation-State
Matrilinear
Confederacy
Primeval
The modern form of political society that combines centralize…
The form of society in which family line, power, and wealth a…
An alliance or league of nations or peoples looser than a fed…
Concerning the earliest origin of things. "...the whispering,…
Nation-State
The modern form of political society that combines centralize…
Matrilinear
The form of society in which family line, power, and wealth a…
History 8 Chapter 1: A New World to Explore
Christopher Columbus
Crusades
Renaissance
Johann Gutenberg
discovered the New World in 1492
wars that were intended to drive the Muslims from the Holy La…
rebirth of learning that emphasized the abilities of mankind…
introduced the movable-type printing press in 1440
Christopher Columbus
discovered the New World in 1492
Crusades
wars that were intended to drive the Muslims from the Holy La…
Brave New World Chapter 1 Vocabulary - Definitions
bouillon
bleakly
laboratory
caustic
soup, broth
cold
a place conducive to scientific experimentation
harsh, acidic
bouillon
soup, broth
bleakly
cold
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World History Chapter 1
Revolution
Agriculture
Imperialism
Culture
A complete change, especially in a way of life or a government.
The use of land for growing crops and raising animals; farming.
The practice of conquering other lands, forming colonies in o…
The way of life religion, ideas, arts, tools of a certain peo…
Revolution
A complete change, especially in a way of life or a government.
Agriculture
The use of land for growing crops and raising animals; farming.
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New World History and Geography chapter 1 and 2
Jim Thorpe
Will Rogers
Culture
Aztecs
one of America's greatest athletes
America's greatest story teller
A people's unique way of like
most famous Indians who lived in Mexico
Jim Thorpe
one of America's greatest athletes
Will Rogers
America's greatest story teller
12 terms
US History | Chapter 1 | A New World
Tenochtitlán
Cahokia
Iroquois
"Christian Liberty"
Capital of the Aztec empire (modern-day Mexico) and one of th…
The central city for Indian culture in the Mississippi River…
An alliance formed by the Mohawk, Oneida, Cayuga, Seneca, and…
The conception that freedom was a moral or spiritual conditio…
Tenochtitlán
Capital of the Aztec empire (modern-day Mexico) and one of th…
Cahokia
The central city for Indian culture in the Mississippi River…
28 terms
New World History & Geography Chapter 1
What is the record of what has happene…
What is the study of the earth called?
North America, South America, and many…
What is the movement of a group of peo…
history
geography
Western Hemisphere
migration
What is the record of what has happene…
history
What is the study of the earth called?
geography
Chapter 1: Discovery of the New World
nomadic
settled
Woodland(s)
Plain(s)
Native lifestyle; constantly on the move for searching
Native lifestyle; staying in one place, content where they li…
settled; lived in wigams; food: fish, maize, squash, hunted a…
nomadic; lived in teepees; food: buffalo, seeds, berries, roo…
nomadic
Native lifestyle; constantly on the move for searching
settled
Native lifestyle; staying in one place, content where they li…
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World History Chapter 1
Revolution
Agriculture
Imperialism
feudelism
A complete change, especially in a way of life or a government.
The use of land for growing crops and raising animals; farming.
The practice of conquering other lands, forming colonies in o…
Lords divide land amongst lesser lords- peasants worked the l…
Revolution
A complete change, especially in a way of life or a government.
Agriculture
The use of land for growing crops and raising animals; farming.
World History Chapter 1
Artifact
Culture
Hominid
Paleolithic Age
A human made object, such as tools and Jewlery.
A People's unique way of life.
Humans and other creatures that walk upright.
A period of time, also known as the Old Stone Age, that laste…
Artifact
A human made object, such as tools and Jewlery.
Culture
A People's unique way of life.
Us History A New World Chapter 1
In the 1500s the Spanish in central an…
Which of the following was expressed b…
In European exploration, conquest, and…
During the pueblo revolt, which of the…
Indians
He believed that Indians out to be allowed to continue to pra…
Europeans brought with them a broad ranging tolerance for oth…
Mary
In the 1500s the Spanish in central an…
Indians
Which of the following was expressed b…
He believed that Indians out to be allowed to continue to pra…
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Abeka History 6 New World - Chapter 1
Migration
Bering Strait
Culture
Aztec, Maya, Inca
The movement of a group of people or animals from one part of…
Narrow body of water linking the Arctic Ocean to the Bering Sea
The way of life of a group of people
Indian groups that lived south of USA
Migration
The movement of a group of people or animals from one part of…
Bering Strait
Narrow body of water linking the Arctic Ocean to the Bering Sea
25 terms
History Chapter 1: Finding A New World
Mayas, Incas, and the Aztecs
Leif Ericson
Travels Of Marco Polo
Spices, silk, gems, etc.
Three large Indian civilizations located in Central and South…
Leader of the Vikings
This book inspires Europe to try and reach Asia in order to o…
Wealth of the Orient
Mayas, Incas, and the Aztecs
Three large Indian civilizations located in Central and South…
Leif Ericson
Leader of the Vikings
16 terms
Brave New World Chapter 1
deft
dystopia
superfluous
gelatinous
skillful, capable
a work of fiction describing an imaginary place where life is…
extra; unnecessary; not needed or wanted
having a jellylike consistency
deft
skillful, capable
dystopia
a work of fiction describing an imaginary place where life is…
35 terms
World History Chapter 1
Artifact
Culture
Hominid
Paleolithic Age
A human made object, such as tools and Jewlery.
A People's unique way of life.
Humans and other creatures that walk upright.
A period of time, also known as the Old Stone Age, that laste…
Artifact
A human made object, such as tools and Jewlery.
Culture
A People's unique way of life.
New World: History & Geography Chapter 1
Mayas
Incans
Aztecs
Mayas and Aztecs
The people of one of the most advanced early civilizations of…
The most famous South American Indians. Most lived in South A…
The most famous Indians who lived in Mexico.
-breezy homes... -costal ... -ate seafood... -fewer clothes
Mayas
The people of one of the most advanced early civilizations of…
Incans
The most famous South American Indians. Most lived in South A…
25 terms
History Chapter 1 - Discovery of a New World
Ericson
Amerigo Vespucci
Coronado
Phillip II
Discovered the strange land of Vinland
Suggested that Columbus had discovered a New World
Explored up into present-day Kansas and discovered the Grand…
Strongest champion of Roman Catholicism in Europe
Ericson
Discovered the strange land of Vinland
Amerigo Vespucci
Suggested that Columbus had discovered a New World
5 terms
World History - Chapter 1
nomads
bureaucracy
artisans
pictographs
moving from place to place
a system of managing government through departments by appoin…
skilled craftworkers
simple drawings
nomads
moving from place to place
bureaucracy
a system of managing government through departments by appoin…
25 terms
New World History and Geography Chapter 1
Migration
Jim Thorpe
Will Rogers
Native American crops
The movement of people or animals from one part of the world…
One of America's greatest athletes
"America's Greatest Storyteller"
Corn, peanuts, peppers, tomatoes, potatoes, and squash
Migration
The movement of people or animals from one part of the world…
Jim Thorpe
One of America's greatest athletes
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American History Chapter 1: A New World to Explore 1492 to 1682
Christopher Columbus
Martin Luther
Sir Francis Drake
St. Augustine
Italian explorer who sailed for Spain; discovered the America…
German monk who protested false doctrines of the Roman church…
English sea captain who raided Spanish ships and outposts
First permanent European settlement in the U.S
Christopher Columbus
Italian explorer who sailed for Spain; discovered the America…
Martin Luther
German monk who protested false doctrines of the Roman church…
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A.P. History Chapter 1: New World Beginnings (33,000 B.C.E.- 1769 C.E.) Three Worlds Meet Combo
Great Ice Age
Beringia
Hunter-Gatherers
Big Game Hunters
Immigrants used a land bridge to bring people to America
Name of land bridge
People that hunt and also gather crops or supplies. Indians h…
Hunters that hunted major animals. Indian big game hunters hu…
Great Ice Age
Immigrants used a land bridge to bring people to America
Beringia
Name of land bridge
AP US History Chapter 1 - New World Beginnings
Aztecs
Pueblo Indians
Joint Stock Companies
Spanish Armada
A Native American Empire who lived in Mexico. Their capital w…
They lived in the Southwestern United States. They built exte…
These were developed to gather the savings from the middle cl…
"Invincible" group of ships sent by King Philip II of Spain t…
Aztecs
A Native American Empire who lived in Mexico. Their capital w…
Pueblo Indians
They lived in the Southwestern United States. They built exte…
35 terms
World History Chapter 1
Artifact
Culture
Hominid
Paleolithic Age
A human made object, such as tools and Jewlery.
A People's unique way of life.
Humans and other creatures that walk upright.
A period of time, also known as the Old Stone Age, that laste…
Artifact
A human made object, such as tools and Jewlery.
Culture
A People's unique way of life.
29 terms
Chapter 1 "Discovery of a New World"
Christopher Columbus
nomadic
mounds
adobe
An Italian explorer sailing on behalf of Spain. Landed on (di…
A people constantly on the move in search of game and wild pl…
Built by Native American tribes. Ceremonial. Made of earth an…
A dried clay-and-straw mixture. Used to build homes by Native…
Christopher Columbus
An Italian explorer sailing on behalf of Spain. Landed on (di…
nomadic
A people constantly on the move in search of game and wild pl…
21 terms
World History - Chapter 1 Vocabulary
Artifact
Culture
Hominid
Paleolithic Age
Remains: tools, jewelry, and other human made objects
Peoples' unique way of life; i.e. customs, family life, socia…
Humans and other creatures that walk upright (australopitheci…
"Old" Stone Age (2.5 million to 8,000 B.C.)
Artifact
Remains: tools, jewelry, and other human made objects
Culture
Peoples' unique way of life; i.e. customs, family life, socia…
Brave New World Chapter 1
Pallid
Callow
Abject
Geniality
(adj.) pale, lacking color; dull and uninteresting
(adj.) without experience; immature, not fully developed; lac…
(adj.) extremely bad or severe; very humble; very weak
cheerfulness; kindliness; sociability
Pallid
(adj.) pale, lacking color; dull and uninteresting
Callow
(adj.) without experience; immature, not fully developed; lac…
Chapter 1 - World History
History
Periods of History
Decade
Pre History
Study of people and events of the past that explore the ways…
Used to measure time
10 years
Time before people developed writing
History
Study of people and events of the past that explore the ways…
Periods of History
Used to measure time
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chapter 1 US history The New World
Clovis People
Mississippian Culture
The Maya
The Aztecs
people from Mongolian origin, made up the land migrations, cr…
Maize, corn, they were an agriculture society which meant tha…
In central America , developed a written language, a numerica…
The Capitol city of Tenochtitlan, created aqueducts to connec…
Clovis People
people from Mongolian origin, made up the land migrations, cr…
Mississippian Culture
Maize, corn, they were an agriculture society which meant tha…
23 terms
AP US History Chapter 1 - New World Beginnings
supercontinent
mountain ranges
Appalachians
Canadian Shield
originally, only one __________________ existed. Slowly, the…
movement of the Earth's crust made...
the first mountain range; created before continents separated
America was anchored by the ________________ ________, an are…
supercontinent
originally, only one __________________ existed. Slowly, the…
mountain ranges
movement of the Earth's crust made...
10 terms
World History- Chapter 1
Culture
Neolithis Revolution
Ur
Catal Huyuk
Unique way of life of a group of people
Dramatic and far-reaching change in human life caused by the…
Ancient city was founded on the banks of the Euphrates River
Ancient village located in what is now Turkey, known for its…
Culture
Unique way of life of a group of people
Neolithis Revolution
Dramatic and far-reaching change in human life caused by the…
9 terms
world history chapter 1
weather
climate
rotation
revolution
The condition of Earth's atmosphere at a particular time and…
Overall weather in an area over a long period of time
The spinning of Earth on its axis
The movement of an object around another object
weather
The condition of Earth's atmosphere at a particular time and…
climate
Overall weather in an area over a long period of time
8 terms
World History Chapter 1
Deluge
Civil government
Nimrod
humanism
the Flood
began after the Deluge
led the building of the tower of Babel
human worship, making man into a god
Deluge
the Flood
Civil government
began after the Deluge
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U.S. History Chapter 1: New World Beginnings
Canadian Shield
Land Bridge
Incas
Mayans
The first part of the north American landmass to emerge above…
During the Great Ice Age (35,000 years ago), glaciers lowered…
Peru
Central America
Canadian Shield
The first part of the north American landmass to emerge above…
Land Bridge
During the Great Ice Age (35,000 years ago), glaciers lowered…
35 terms
World History Chapter 1 REVIEW
Artifact
Culture
Hominid
Paleolithic Age
A human made object, such as tools and Jewlery.
A People's unique way of life.
Humans and other creatures that walk upright.
A period of time, also known as the Old Stone Age, that laste…
Artifact
A human made object, such as tools and Jewlery.
Culture
A People's unique way of life.
19 terms
Chapter 1 - New World Beginnings
Marco Polo
Francisco Pizzarro
Juan Ponce de Leon
Hernando de Soto
Italian explorer; spent many years in China or near it; his r…
New World conqueror; Spanish conqueror who crushed the Inca c…
Spanish Explorer; in 1513 and in 1521, he explored Florida, t…
Spanish Conquistador; explored in 1540's from Florida west to…
Marco Polo
Italian explorer; spent many years in China or near it; his r…
Francisco Pizzarro
New World conqueror; Spanish conqueror who crushed the Inca c…
World History - Chapter 1
Artifact
Nomads
Culture
Hominids
Object that reveals information about the lives of early peop…
Early humans who wondered from place to place; hunter gather
Includes set of beliefs, knowledge and patterns of the living…
Humans and other humanlike creatures
Artifact
Object that reveals information about the lives of early peop…
Nomads
Early humans who wondered from place to place; hunter gather
83 terms
A.P. History Chapter 1: New World Beginnings (33,000 B.C.E.- 1769 C.E.) Three Worlds Meet Combo
Great Ice Age
Beringia
Hunter-Gatherers
Big Game Hunters
Immigrants used a land bridge to bring people to America
Name of land bridge
People that hunt and also gather crops or supplies. Indians h…
Hunters that hunted major animals. Indian big game hunters hu…
Great Ice Age
Immigrants used a land bridge to bring people to America
Beringia
Name of land bridge
Brave New World Chapter 1
glare
lay figure
wintriness
soliloquize
(v.) shine intensely and blindingly; stare fixedly and angrily
(phrase) a manikin of jointed dummy, often used by artists.
(n.) of, relating to, or characteristic of winter
(Lit.) to talk to oneself
glare
(v.) shine intensely and blindingly; stare fixedly and angrily
lay figure
(phrase) a manikin of jointed dummy, often used by artists.
30 terms
World History Chapter 1
Artifact
Culture
Hominid
Paleolithic Age
A human made object, such as tools and Jewlery.
A People's unique way of life.
Humans and other creatures that walk upright.
A period of time, also known as the Old Stone Age, that laste…
Artifact
A human made object, such as tools and Jewlery.
Culture
A People's unique way of life.
35 terms
World History Chapter 1
Artifact
Culture
Hominid
Paleolithic Age
A human made object, such as tools and Jewlery.
A People's unique way of life.
Humans and other creatures that walk upright.
A period of time, also known as the Old Stone Age, that laste…
Artifact
A human made object, such as tools and Jewlery.
Culture
A People's unique way of life.
Chapter 1 Discovery of a New World
Nomadic
mounds
adobe
totem poles
Indians who were constantly on the move in search of game, fi…
Sites for religious ceremonies.
A dried clay and straw mixture, and built into many rooms lik…
Carved from large trees and depicted local legends and import…
Nomadic
Indians who were constantly on the move in search of game, fi…
mounds
Sites for religious ceremonies.
66 terms
New World History and Geography Ch 1-18
History
Atacama Desert
Ottawa
Wampanoags
is the record of what happened to mankind
one of the driest regions in the world, found in South America
The capital of Canada
indians who joined the Pilgrims for the first Thanksgiving
History
is the record of what happened to mankind
Atacama Desert
one of the driest regions in the world, found in South America
20 terms
CHAPTER 1: A New World
Maize
Tenochtitlan
Cahokia
Iroquois
A crop that formed the basis of agriculture in the Western He…
The capital city of the Aztec empire, in present-day Mexico.
A city near present-day St. Louis that was a fortified commun…
An alliance of five peoples living in present-day New York an…
Maize
A crop that formed the basis of agriculture in the Western He…
Tenochtitlan
The capital city of the Aztec empire, in present-day Mexico.
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