Chapter 1:Exploration, Discovery and Settlement
the 1500s, Native Americans possessed a wide range of complex cultures.” Each
of the following gives evidence to support this statement EXCEPT
Americans’ susceptibility to European diseases
of the following best describes the way Europeans treated Native Americans in
the 1500s and 1600s?
Americans were regarded as inferior people subject to Christian domination
of the following was the LEAST important factor behind European exploration and
settlement in the 16th century?
the end of the 16th century, all of the following were generally
true about Spain’s colonial empire EXCEPT
continued to emigrate from Spain
delay in founding English settlements in the Americas was the result of
upheavals in England
the beginning of the 17th century, all of the following factors
served to increase the English role in America EXCEPT
survival of the Jamestown colony can be most directly attributed to the
of a tobacco industry
of the following sources would be most useful in studying the development of
democratic institutions in the early colonial period?
of the following statements is the most widely accepted description of
started a permanent relationship between Europe and the Americas.
issue of religion figured most prominently in the consideration of which of the
establishment of Puritan colonies in Massachusetts