Slavery 12 The Enduring Mystery of the Anasazi 1. Trade with Europe for articles the settlers could not produce 6. B - General Court 8. D - Flourished until the end of the sixteenth century 3. Fishing and foraging; living in villages 3 Native-American Cultures 1.
Juan Ponce de Leon 4. Sir Walter Raleigh 5 Early Settlements 1. D - Toleration Act 3. C - Mayflower Compact 5. B - Indentured servants 2.
Left Havana in 1539; landed in Florida; traveled west to Mississippi River looking for riches 6. A - True 11 Settlers, Slaves, and Servants 1. People hunted, foraged, traded, and practiced agriculture; complex hierarchical society; slavery; human sacrifice 4. A - drought All materials on this website are © www. Between 2,000,000 and 18,000,000 2. Francisco Vasquez de Coronado started from Mexico in 1540; visited Grand Canyon and Kansas; horses that escaped from his group became the wild mustangs of the Plains and gave rise to Native-American horsemanship 7. Commercial Revolution meant manufacture of textiles; manufacture of textiles meant raising more sheep; raising more sheep meant enclosing farmlands and evicting peasants 4.
B - New Sweden 7. Extraordinarily diverse; closely tied to the land 4. Anne Hutchinson 8 New Netherland and Maryland 1. Answers will vary 4 The First Europeans 1. Taught them how to grow native plants 5.
D - South Carolina 4. Please contact with any questions. Oppressive policies of many petty princes, particularly with regard to religion, and the devastation caused by a long series of wars 8. Living in settlements near modern-day Phoenix; built ball courts, pyramid-like mounds, and a canal and irrigation system 2 Mound Builders and Pueblos 1. Southwest United States; stone and adobe pueblo apartment-like dwellings along cliff faces 5. All links are deemed relevant and are not placed merely for profit.
A - French Huguenots 6. D - League of the Iroquois 6. Purchase through these links helps to keep this educational website online and free. A - American Revolution 10 Second Generation of British Colonies 1. B - French and Indian War 7.
C - fur trapping 2. Property holders 9 Colonial-Indian Relations 1. . Moundbuilders and great traders 3. Came in small, overcrowded ships; 6- to 12-week voyages; meager rations; many died of disease or lost at sea 2.
C - New Amsterdam 2. The emigration from England was not directly sponsored by the government but by private groups of individuals whose chief motive was profit 6 Jamestown 1. . . .
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