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Chapter 11 Lesson 2 Test –Friday, April 30, 2010
Vocabulary 1. San Antonio – City in southern Texas where the San Jose Mission was built 2. Santa Fe – Capital of the state of New Mexico, founded by the Spanish in about 1609
3. Father Eusebio Kino – Spanish priest who founded three missions in present- day Arizona in 1687 where he taught Native Americans 4. viceroy – an early governor of Mexico
5. missionary – a person sent by a religious organization to spread its beliefs 6. vaquero – Spanish word for “cowboy” 7. Quivira – a mythical city of riches
8. Name 4 things Coronado and his explorers found on their journey instead of gold? A. The Grand Canyon B. the Gulf of California C. buffalo D. Native American villages
9. Were all parts of the Spanish mission enclosed by protective walls? Explain. No, the crops, animals, and some of the work areas needed more room, so they remained outside the mission walls.
10. Name 4 things the animals and crops provided for the mission. A. food B. leather C. wool D. transportation
11. Why was it important to enclose the missions with thick walls and locking gates? It was important to keep the people and the goods inside the mission safe.
12. Name 4 types of crops that were raised by mission farms. A. corn B. beans C. fruit D. pumpkins
13. Name 3 types of animals that were raised by the mission. A. cows B. pigs C. sheep
14. Mission San Jose was also called the Queen of the Missions. 15. Name 2 purposes of missions. A. to claim land B. to make Christians of the Native Americans
16. How did Spanish settlers affect cattle ranching in the Southwest? They started the cattle ranches in the Southwest and handed down skills, such as roping, branding, herding cattle, and riding on trail drives.
17. How did the Spanish missions affect the settlement of the Southwest? Native Americans and others living at the missions began building settlements around the missions.
18. How is Spanish influence still seen in the Southwest? It is still seen in food, festivals, clothing, and ranches.
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