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By – Josiah Mejia Period 4. QUESTIONS #1-3 1. Some materials traded with the old world in the Columbian exchange were,_________. a)Horses, Radish, and.

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1 By – Josiah Mejia Period 4

2 QUESTIONS # Some materials traded with the old world in the Columbian exchange were,_________. a)Horses, Radish, and Lumber b)Lumber, tobacco, and slaves c)Lumber, Tobacco, and Tea d)Tobacco, Lumber, and potatoes 1. Some materials traded with the old world in the Columbian exchange were,_________. a)Horses, Radish, and Lumber b)Lumber, tobacco, and slaves c)Lumber, Tobacco, and Tea d)Tobacco, Lumber, and potatoes 2. The Columbian Exchange a)improved the nutrition of American indigenous peoples. b)did not involve Africa. c)drew the world's oceans into an active trade network. d)produced both positive and adverse effects on world population. e)did not affect East Asia. 2. The Columbian Exchange a)improved the nutrition of American indigenous peoples. b)did not involve Africa. c)drew the world's oceans into an active trade network. d)produced both positive and adverse effects on world population. e)did not affect East Asia. 3. The English and French engaged in rivalries over territory in a)Indonesia. b)China. c)North America. d)East Africa. e)western Africa. 3. The English and French engaged in rivalries over territory in a)Indonesia. b)China. c)North America. d)East Africa. e)western Africa. Answer: Correct answer is answer c because Rivalries between France and England were intense in North America. The other answer choices are wrong because the French were not involved in Indonesian trade (a), or in trade with China (b) or East Africa (d). And none of the two nations had established trade in western Africa at this time (e). Answer: The correct answer is d because the trade that the Colonies offered to the British were natural resources (d), they did not offer horses due to the fact that they were an old world animal (a), Tea was brought to the colonies (explains the taxes in later years) (c), and slaves were brought strictly from Africa to the new world and Europe (b). Answer: The correct answer is (a) because the American indigenous populations were devastated by disease. American natives were not widely interested in the food crops of Europeans (A). Africa benefited from the introduction of manioc from the Americas (B), and the Chinese benefited from the trade a well (E). The Columbian Exchange centered on trade across the Atlantic Ocean (C).

3 QUESTIONS # Which of the following is one of the diseases that came to the new world from the old world? (was already in Europe) a)Syphilis b)Small Pox c)The Flu d)HIV e)H1N1 virus 5.Which of the following materials was not taken from the new world to the old world? a)Silver b)Precious Metals c)Lumber d)Salt e)Gold 6.About how many Natives died due to European Diseases? a)10% b)20% c)50% d)70% e)90% 7.Which is a significant difference between an Indentured Servant and a slave? a)Indentured servants were Hispanic, and slaves were African American b)Indentured Servants were African American, and slaves were Hispanic c)Both were African American, but Indentured Servants were educated d)Indentured Servants paid back their trip to the Americas with labor, whereas slaves never received their freedom a)Indentured Servants was a fancy name for Slaves Answer: Correct answer is Syphilis! (a), small pox arose in the new world but syphilis was the disease that originated in Europe. Answer: salt (d), although salt was one of the main ways to preserve food in that time era, it was the only one not to be brought from the new world to the old world! Answer: The correct answer is 90% ! (e). Most natives died due to European diseases such as small pox. Answer: (d) is correct because the indentured servants were individuals who desired a trip to the New World, but did not have the funds to pay for the trip so they paid off their trip with labor (becoming “slaves”) for a period of about 3-7 years.

4 QUESTIONS # Which system was used in the 18 th century which regulated the trade of the Colonies? a)Headright system b)Self government c)Joint stock company d)Mercantilism e)Vertical Integration 9.Which English colonists was considered “Virginia’s Savior” because of his perfection of tobacco? a)Christopher Columbus b) John Rolfe c)Anne Hutchinson d)Roger Williams e)William Penn 10. Which English regulation restricted the passage of English colonists past the Appalachian Mountains? a)Navigation Acts b)Mercantilism c)Proclamation of 1763 d)Headright System e)Mayflower Compact Answer: Correct answer is (d) because Mercantilism is the law enforced by the British that controlled who the colonist traded with (trade only with Britain) Answer: John Rolfe is the English colonists that perfected Tobacco and was given the name of “Virginia’s Savior” (b) Answer: the proclamation of 1783 if the document passed by English Parliament that regulated the colonists’ passage past the Appalachian Mountains


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