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A. New France C. New America B. New Paris D. Newfoundland The name of Frances New World colony was
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A. Christopher Columbus C. William Penn B. Jacques Cartier D. John Smith Name the settler that treated Indians with respect.
Back to Board C. William Penn
A. France C. Netherlands B. Spain D. England What country gave legal rights to Indians?
Back to Board B. Spain
A. farmer, spinner, trader C. voter, owner, farmer B. mother, wife, cook D. they had no role Which of these best describes the role of women in colonial America?
Back to Board A. farmer, spinner, trader
A. Age of Caravels C. Age of Navigation B. Age of Discovery D. Age of Exploration What is the name of the time period when Europeans explored the rest of the world (1500s and 1600s)
Back to Board D. Age of Exploration
A. scarlet fever & typhoid C. smallpox & measles B. typhoid & smallpox D. measles & flu What epidemic diseases killed Indians?
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A. Spice Route C. Northeast Passage B. Northwest Passage D. Asia Passage Which of these was the water route sought by Europeans through which ships could sail westward from Europe directly to Asia?
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A. Guns C. Disease C. Disease B. Swords D. Poison Arrows D. Poison Arrows What was the leading killer of Native Americans during colonization of the New World?
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A. laws D. rights D. rights What are privileges & powers to which citizens are legally entitled? C. civil laws B. rules
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What was a group of people living in a new territory who remain subjects of their parent country? A. tribe C. settlement D. settlers B. colony
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A. business partners How did Indians perceive trappers/traders? C. takers of land B. enemies D. animal killers
Back to Board A. Business partners
B. land takers How did Indians perceive farmers? A. food growers C. helpers D. friends
Back to Board B. Land takers
C. epidemic C. epidemic What is a sudden outbreak of disease that affects the majority of a population? A. sickness B. smallpox D. plague
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D. 1500s & 1600s What years did the Age of Exploration take place? A. 1300s & 1400s C. 1200s & 1800s B. 1450s & 1550s
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A. New Belgium Which of these is NOT the name of a new settlement in the New World? B. New France D. New Netherlands C. New Spain
A. New Belgium
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A. New France B. New Paris The name of Frances New World colony was
C. William Penn D. John Smith Name the settler that treated Indians with respect.
B. Spain D. England What country gave legal rights to Indians?
A. farmer, spinner, trader C. voter, owner, farmer Which of these best describes the role of women in colonial America?
C. Age of Navigation D. Age of Exploration What is the name of the time period when Europeans explored the rest of the world (1500s and 1600s)
C. smallpox & measles B. typhoid & smallpox What epidemic diseases killed Indians?
C. Northeast Passage B. Northwest Passage Which of these was the water route sought by Europeans through which ships could sail westward from Europe directly to Asia?
A. Guns C. Disease C. Disease What was the leading killer of Native Americans during colonization of the New World?
A. laws D. rights D. rights What are privileges & powers to which citizens are legally entitled?
What was a group of people living in a new territory who remain subjects of their parent country? C. settlement B. colony
A. business partners How did Indians perceive trappers/traders? D. animal killers
B. land takers How did Indians perceive farmers? A. food growers
C. epidemic C. epidemic What is a sudden outbreak of disease that affects the majority of a population? D. plague
D. 1500s & 1600s What years did the Age of Exploration take place? B. 1450s & 1550s
A. New Belgium Which of these is NOT the name of a new settlement in the New World? D. New Netherlands
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