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1.2 Spanish North America: US History
Taino
Treaty of Tordesillas
Columbian Exchange
conquistadors
Native American group- 'noble ones'
agreement in 1494 between Spain and Portugal to divide the We…
Global transfer of living things between Eastern and Western…
Spanish explorers that conquered much of the Americas
Taino
Native American group- 'noble ones'
Treaty of Tordesillas
agreement in 1494 between Spain and Portugal to divide the We…
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US History - Colonization of North America
When was Jamestown Founded?
What was the 1st permanent Settlement…
Why was Jamestown a weak settlement?
Who pulled Jamestown together?
1607
Jamestown
Desease, Poor indian relations and weak leadership
John Smith
When was Jamestown Founded?
1607
What was the 1st permanent Settlement…
Jamestown
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Regions of North America US History 1
Coastal Plain
Appalachian Highlands
Canadian Shield
Interior Lowlands
Name Region A
Name Region B
Name Region C
Name Region D
Coastal Plain
Name Region A
Appalachian Highlands
Name Region B
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Regions of North America US History 1
Coastal Plain
Appalachian Highlands
Canadian Shield
Interior Lowlands
Name Region A
Name Region B
Name Region C
Name Region D
Coastal Plain
Name Region A
Appalachian Highlands
Name Region B
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US History Chp 6: The Duel for North America
Edict of Nantes
Quebec
Samuel de Champlain
Beavers
Granted limited religious freedom to French Protestants and s…
First French colony in the Americas, established in 1608
"Father of New France"; leading figure in the foundation of Q…
Valuable resource of New France
Edict of Nantes
Granted limited religious freedom to French Protestants and s…
Quebec
First French colony in the Americas, established in 1608
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US History (Review of European Claims to North America)
Spain
France
Britain
Settlement Patterns
1. Florida... 2. American Southwest... 3. Mexico, Central America…
1. St. Lawrence Seaway and Great Lakes Region... 2. Mississippi…
1. East coast, north of Florida and south of St. Lawrence... 2.…
1. New England build small tight knit communities around the…
Spain
1. Florida... 2. American Southwest... 3. Mexico, Central America…
France
1. St. Lawrence Seaway and Great Lakes Region... 2. Mississippi…
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North America - US States
Alabama
Alaska
Arizona
Arkansas
Alabama
Alaska
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US History, Explorers of North America test 1
Leif Ericson
Columbus
Cabot
Amerigo Vespucci
Viking- First European to land in america
Spain- Discovers the Americas
England- Discovered parts of North America
Spain- Proved to the Europeans that the New World wasn't Asia…
Leif Ericson
Viking- First European to land in america
Columbus
Spain- Discovers the Americas
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North America - US Capitals
Arizona
Maryland
Arkansas
California
Phoenix
Annapolis
Little Rock
Sacramento
Arizona
Phoenix
Maryland
Annapolis
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North America (US and Canadia)
What are the Mountain Ranges US
Other Geographical Features US
Climate Types US
Types of Forests US
Rocky, Appalachian, Sierra Nevada, Cascade
Great Basin, Great Plains, Coastal Plains, Gulf of Mexico, Hu…
Semi-Arid, Mediterranaen, Tundra, Subtropical Humid, Desert
Coniferous, Dedicous, Tropical, Mixed
What are the Mountain Ranges US
Rocky, Appalachian, Sierra Nevada, Cascade
Other Geographical Features US
Great Basin, Great Plains, Coastal Plains, Gulf of Mexico, Hu…
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North America- US and Canada
Size of Canada
Size of US
Population of U.S
Population of Canada
3.8 million sq. miles
3.6 million sq. miles
315 million people
37 million people ( CA =40 million people)
Size of Canada
3.8 million sq. miles
Size of US
3.6 million sq. miles
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AP US History Chapter 3: Planting Colonies in North America
Francisco Vasquez de Coronado
Powhatan Confederancy
John Smith
Tobacco
Spanish explorer who heard stories about the Seven Cities of…
group of Native North Americans belonging to the Algonquian b…
Helped found and govern Jamestown. His leadership and strict…
Cash crop that made a profit and saved Jamestown
Francisco Vasquez de Coronado
Spanish explorer who heard stories about the Seven Cities of…
Powhatan Confederancy
group of Native North Americans belonging to the Algonquian b…
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North America-US and Canada
Size of Canada
Size of US
Population of US
Population of Canada
3.8 million sq.miles
3.6 million sq.miles
315 million people
37 million(CA=40 million)
Size of Canada
3.8 million sq.miles
Size of US
3.6 million sq.miles
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AP US History - Chapter 6 - The Duel for North America
King Louis XIV
Quebec
Huron Indians
Iroquois
this french king began to take interest in overseas colonies
this territory was established in 1608 by Samuel de Champlain.
Samuel de Champlain made friendly relationships with the...
Samuel de Champlain formed a rivalry with the...
King Louis XIV
this french king began to take interest in overseas colonies
Quebec
this territory was established in 1608 by Samuel de Champlain.
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AP US History 06 Vocabulary - The Duel for North America, 1608-1763
Domestic
Minister
Magistrate
Peasant
Concerning the internal affairs of a country. "It was convuls…
In politics, a person appointed by the head of the state to t…
A civil official charged with upholding the law, often exerci…
A farmer of agricultural laborer, sometime legally tied to th…
Domestic
Concerning the internal affairs of a country. "It was convuls…
Minister
In politics, a person appointed by the head of the state to t…
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North America Vocab (US/Canada)
Divide
Headwaters
Fall Line
Fishery
a ridge that determines the direction the river flows
the source of river waters
boundary that marks the place where the higher land f the Pie…
places to catch fish
Divide
a ridge that determines the direction the river flows
Headwaters
the source of river waters
US acquisitions - North America
What were the main idea's of Manifest…
What were the causes of the US-Mexican…
What did the US gain in the treaty of…
What were the pre-tensions between the…
- That the US had the divine right to expand and spread its C…
- The earlier annexation of Texas ... - Mexican fear that the US…
They gained the Mexican Cession which consisted of: Upper Cal…
- Whites were racist and saw the Native Americans as being un…
What were the main idea's of Manifest…
- That the US had the divine right to expand and spread its C…
What were the causes of the US-Mexican…
- The earlier annexation of Texas ... - Mexican fear that the US…
European Settlement of North America (paraphrased US History EOCT Book info)
Land bridge
15th - 16th centuries
The French
Fur
Asians cross over to North America
Americans arrive
Wanted to make money off of the Fur Trade
Trapping animals and taking there fur to Europe for money (be…
Land bridge
Asians cross over to North America
15th - 16th centuries
Americans arrive
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AP US HISTORY CHAPTER 1 THE SHAPING OF NORTH AMERICA VOCAB
Appalachian Mountains
Tidewater Region
Rocky Mountains
Great Basin
formed before the continental separation, 350 million years a…
A narrow eastern coastal plain, or "tidewater" region, crease…
"roof of America"
the intermountain Great Basin, bounded by the Rockies on the…
Appalachian Mountains
formed before the continental separation, 350 million years a…
Tidewater Region
A narrow eastern coastal plain, or "tidewater" region, crease…
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AP US History Chapter 6 The Duel for North America
Seven Year's War
Huguenots
Edict of Nantes
Louis XIV
Fought in Europe, India and North America, this was included…
French Protestant dissenters, the Huguenots were granted limi…
Decree issued by the French crown granting limited toleration…
(1638-1715) Known as the Sun King, he was an absolute monarch…
Seven Year's War
Fought in Europe, India and North America, this was included…
Huguenots
French Protestant dissenters, the Huguenots were granted limi…
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C121 US HISTORY- Chapter 3: North America in the Atlantic World
Quakers
Tuscarora War
Middle passage
Popé
Members of a religious sect that embraced egalitarianism and…
War in the Carolinas from 1711 through 1713 that pitted Tusca…
The brutal and often fatal journey of slaves from Africa to A…
Leader of the Pueblo Revolt against Spanish in 1680.
Quakers
Members of a religious sect that embraced egalitarianism and…
Tuscarora War
War in the Carolinas from 1711 through 1713 that pitted Tusca…
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AP US History Chapter 6: The Duel for North America
Samuel de Champlain
William Pitt
Antoine Cadillac
Robert de La Salle
Was a French navigator, cartographer, draughtsman, soldier, e…
Was a British leader from 1757-1758. He was a leader in the L…
Was a French explorer and adventurer in New France. Founded D…
Frenchman who followed the Mississippi River all the way to t…
Samuel de Champlain
Was a French navigator, cartographer, draughtsman, soldier, e…
William Pitt
Was a British leader from 1757-1758. He was a leader in the L…
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North America Geography & History
temperate
glaciers
Great Lakes
Great Plains
mild climate (not too hot or cold)
large masses of ice and packed snow
largest body of fresh water in the world
Flat areas of land in the central part of America
temperate
mild climate (not too hot or cold)
glaciers
large masses of ice and packed snow
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Early History of North America
Beringia
15-20 Million
Nomadic
The Aztec
An ancient land bridge over which the earliest Americans are…
The population of The United States Pre-Columbus
Moving from place to place with no permanent home
Native Americans who that lived in what is now Mexico and rou…
Beringia
An ancient land bridge over which the earliest Americans are…
15-20 Million
The population of The United States Pre-Columbus
North America Geography & History
contiguous
temperate
glaciers
export
connected in one block
mild, in terms of climate
a large mass of ice and packed snow
to send to another country for aid or profit
contiguous
connected in one block
temperate
mild, in terms of climate
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Physiography of North America and US
landscape description
physiographic realm
physiographic region
canadian shield
describing and classifying the natural features on the earths…
: 1st order classification or grouping; at a broad spatial sc…
2nd order classification; more detailed encompassing a smalle…
1. igenous and metamorphic rock... 2. original core of N America…
landscape description
describing and classifying the natural features on the earths…
physiographic realm
: 1st order classification or grouping; at a broad spatial sc…
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North America (US and CA)
First Nations
CA subdivisions
Oil and Gas Production Areas
Coal Reserves
Native population in CA
10 provinces, 3 territories (more reliant on federal gov-less…
Gulf Coast, Mid-continent District, Alaska's North Slope, Alb…
Appalachian Mts., CA Plains, S. Midwest, Rocky Mts.
First Nations
Native population in CA
CA subdivisions
10 provinces, 3 territories (more reliant on federal gov-less…
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C121 US HISTORY- Chapter 2: Europeans Colonize North America
Jean Calvin
Protestant Reformation
John Cabot
Jamestown
Early Protestant theologian who believed in "predestination."
Split of reformers from Roman Catholic church; triggered by M…
Italian explorer who established English claims to North Amer…
First successful English colony, established in 1607.
Jean Calvin
Early Protestant theologian who believed in "predestination."
Protestant Reformation
Split of reformers from Roman Catholic church; triggered by M…
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Physiography of North America and US
Physiography
Physiographic regions
How many physiographic regions are in…
Regions are subdivided into physiograp…
refers to the form or physical characteristics of a landscape…
-broad scale subdivisions based on terrain texture, rock type…
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Physiography
refers to the form or physical characteristics of a landscape…
Physiographic regions
-broad scale subdivisions based on terrain texture, rock type…
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Wine/Regions of US/North America
What % of wine production in America d…
What are the primary winegrowing latit…
What word is commonly used to describe…
Which four grapes are referred to as n…
90%
30-50 and the US territory is almost entirely within these la…
Fox or Foxy
Catawba, Delaware, Niagara, Concord
What % of wine production in America d…
90%
What are the primary winegrowing latit…
30-50 and the US territory is almost entirely within these la…
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AP US History Chapter 3- Planting Colonies in North America
Francisco Vasquez de Coronado
Powhatan Confederacy
John Smith
Tobacco
A Spanish conquistador, who visited New Mexico and other part…
A group of Native North Americans belonging to the Algonquian…
English explorer who helped found the colony at Jamestown, Vi…
Tobacco had long been in use as an entheogen in the Americas,…
Francisco Vasquez de Coronado
A Spanish conquistador, who visited New Mexico and other part…
Powhatan Confederacy
A group of Native North Americans belonging to the Algonquian…
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Us History Chapter 3 British North America Vocab
Planter Class
Colony
Monopoly
Society
An individual who owned a plantation was known as a planter.…
A country or area under the full or partial political control…
The exclusive possession or control of the supply or trade in…
The aggregate of people living together in a more or less ord…
Planter Class
An individual who owned a plantation was known as a planter.…
Colony
A country or area under the full or partial political control…
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North America history TEST
nomad
salutary neglect
mercantilism
clan
someone who moves their home regulary, usually in search of a…
to avoid the strict enforcement of laws
the colonies existed only to enrich the mother countries econ…
groups of families who are all descendants of a common ancestor
nomad
someone who moves their home regulary, usually in search of a…
salutary neglect
to avoid the strict enforcement of laws
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Apush US history ch3 Planting Colonies in North America
Why did spanish began colonizing in th…
Iroquois confederacy
Why was the St Lawrence river importan…
Why did French decide to keep their co…
Wanted to convert others to christianity
Huron Indians who controlled access to the rich fur grounds o…
Provided the French with geographic and political advantage
They chose to keep away from different beliefs
Why did spanish began colonizing in th…
Wanted to convert others to christianity
Iroquois confederacy
Huron Indians who controlled access to the rich fur grounds o…
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AP US History Chapter 3: Planting Colonies in North America
Coureurs de bois
Beaver Wars
Virginia Company
House of Burgesses
French for "woods runner," an independent fur trader in New F…
Series of bloody conflicts, occurring between 1640s and 1680s…
A group of London investigators who sent ships to Chesapeake…
The legislature of colonial Virginia. First organized in 1619…
Coureurs de bois
French for "woods runner," an independent fur trader in New F…
Beaver Wars
Series of bloody conflicts, occurring between 1640s and 1680s…
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AP US History Chapter 5: The Cultures of Colonial North America
Toleration Act
Engages
Encomienda
Enlightenment
An act passed by the Maryland colony in which it became a law…
Catholic immigrants to New France.
In the Spanish colonies, the grant to a Spanish settler of a…
Intellectual movement stressing the importance of reason and…
Toleration Act
An act passed by the Maryland colony in which it became a law…
Engages
Catholic immigrants to New France.
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early history of north america
what are the main colonial powers in e…
what are the first nations indian trib…
who are the Algonquian
who are the Iroquois
britain, france, and spain
iroquis... algonquin
large group of over 100 tribes that speak the Algonquian lang…
grouping of five Native American nations: the Seneca, Onondag…
what are the main colonial powers in e…
britain, france, and spain
what are the first nations indian trib…
iroquis... algonquin
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History: North America
Canada
United States
Mexico
Belize
ottawa
washington, DC
mexico city
belmopan
Canada
ottawa
United States
washington, DC
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History( Europeans in North America)
Conquistadors
Hernando desoto
Gold
Northwest passage
Were spanish conquerors sent to north america
Who explored the southeast of the present day united states a…
The spanish initially looked for ____ but then forced natives…
A waterway through North America to the pacific(France)
Conquistadors
Were spanish conquerors sent to north america
Hernando desoto
Who explored the southeast of the present day united states a…
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History explorers in north america
Christopher Columbus
John Cabot
vasco nunez de balboa
juan ponce de leon
Italian (for spain) 4 voyages, west indies and caribbean land…
Italian (for england) north atlantic to canada 1497-98
spanish, isthmus of panama to pacific 1513
spanish, florida 1513
Christopher Columbus
Italian (for spain) 4 voyages, west indies and caribbean land…
John Cabot
Italian (for england) north atlantic to canada 1497-98
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AP US History - Chapter 6: The Duel for North America
King Louis XIV
Edict of Nantes
Samuel de Champlain
New France
Took an interest in Overseas colonies; revoked Edict of Nante…
a law, promulgated by Henry IV in 1598, granting considerable…
Known as the "Father of New France"; he entered friendly rela…
another name for Canada; has one valuable resource which is t…
King Louis XIV
Took an interest in Overseas colonies; revoked Edict of Nante…
Edict of Nantes
a law, promulgated by Henry IV in 1598, granting considerable…
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History North America
Colony
Annex
Cede
Civil war
A territory separated from but subject yo a ruling power
To formally incorporate into a country or state the territory…
To transfer or give up
A conflict between oppisite groups of citizens of the same co…
Colony
A territory separated from but subject yo a ruling power
Annex
To formally incorporate into a country or state the territory…
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History: North America ( 907)
In 2006 the population of the North Am…
Today ___ % more people live in urban…
Many Canadians have descended from ___…
Three major languages spoken in North…
300
76%
London
English, Spanish, and French.
In 2006 the population of the North Am…
300
Today ___ % more people live in urban…
76%
North America~History
great migration
religious tolerance
king phillip's war
iroquois
A flood of colonists who came to New England in a movement
The idea that people of different religions should live in pe…
when King Philip and his Warriors attack the English to drive…
The historically powerful and important North East Native Ame…
great migration
A flood of colonists who came to New England in a movement
religious tolerance
The idea that people of different religions should live in pe…
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History (explorers of north america)
Leif Ericson
Columbus
Cabot
Amerigo Vespucci
1000... viking/Iceland... reached america
1492... Spain... New world/columbian exchange/new era
1497... England... discovered parts of north america
1499... Portugal... discovered parts of south america/named america…
Leif Ericson
1000... viking/Iceland... reached america
Columbus
1492... Spain... New world/columbian exchange/new era
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Early history of North America
What are the main colonial powers in e…
What are the First Nations Indian trib…
Iroquois
Algonquian
Britian, france, spain
Iroquois, Algonquian
a member of a former confederacy of North American Indian peo…
a member of a North American Indian people living in Canada.a…
What are the main colonial powers in e…
Britian, france, spain
What are the First Nations Indian trib…
Iroquois, Algonquian
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History of North America
Hadean
Archean
Proterozoic
Wilson cycle
Beginning of time- 4.1 Ga; wild earth
4.1 Ga - 2,500 Ma, rise of the continents
2,500 Ma - 542 Ma; rise of the supercontinent
Periodic rifting and collision of individual continents
Hadean
Beginning of time- 4.1 Ga; wild earth
Archean
4.1 Ga - 2,500 Ma, rise of the continents
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History-North America Vocab
Permafrost
Prairie
Province
Alluvial Soil
a permanently frozen layer of ground beneath the top layer of…
a region of flat or rolling land covered in grasses
a political division of land in Canada
fertil top soil left by a river, especially after a flood
Permafrost
a permanently frozen layer of ground beneath the top layer of…
Prairie
a region of flat or rolling land covered in grasses
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North America and Geographical regions of the US
Artic Ocean
North America
Pacific Ocean
Atlantic Ocean
This Ocean is at the north geographic pole.
The third largest continent on earth.
This ocean borders North America to the west.
This ocean borders the continent to the east.
Artic Ocean
This Ocean is at the north geographic pole.
North America
The third largest continent on earth.
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History (explorers of north america)
Leif Ericson
Columbus
Cabot
Amerigo Vespucci
1000... viking/Iceland... reached america
1492... Spain... New world/columbian exchange/new era
1497... England... discovered parts of north america
1499... Portugal... discovered parts of south america/named america…
Leif Ericson
1000... viking/Iceland... reached america
Columbus
1492... Spain... New world/columbian exchange/new era
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