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Unit 1 review game

Unit 1Review Game

Jones/Rutledge


The desire to covert people to christianity and the demand for asian trade goods led to
The desire to covert people to Christianity and the demand for Asian trade goods led to ....

  • Increased interest in exploration.

  • the Renaissance

  • the conquest of the Americas.

  • Efforts to end the slave trade.

SS-08-5.2.1


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Increased interest in exploration for Asian trade goods led to .....


What made the slave trade important to the west african economy
What made the slave trade important to the West African economy?

SS-08-5.2.1

  • Arab Muslims become involved in the slave trade.

  • Slaves could be traded for valuable goods to North Africa and the Middle East.

  • Slaveholders’ rank in society was determined by number of slaves they owned.

  • Slavery had existed for centuries in Africa as well as other places in the world.


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B. economy?Slaves could be traded for valuable

Goods in North Africa and the Middle East.


Which of the following was the biggest influence on renaissance thinking
Which of the following was the biggest influence on Renaissance thinking?

SS-08-4.2.2

  • The ideas of Greece and Rome.

  • The growth of scientific study and discoveries.

  • The revolution in weaponry.

  • The spread of Islam into Europe.


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A. The ideas of Greece and Rome. Renaissance thinking?


Which of the following was most responsible for the spread of knowledge during the renaissance
Which of the following was MOST responsible for the spread of knowledge during the Renaissance?

  • The rediscovery of the classical thinkers of Greece and Rome.

  • The rapid growth of scientific study and discoveries.

  • The movement of scholars from the Byzantine Empire to Europe.

  • The development of the printing press and movable type.

SS-08-4.2.2



Why did the ways of life of native americans change forever in the 1500s
Why did the ways of life of Native Americans change forever in the 1500s?

  • Because of the climate.

  • Because of the wars between nations.

  • Because of the arrival of the Europeans.

  • Because of the lack of food.

SS-08-4.3.2


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c in the 1500s?. Because of the arrival of the Europeans.


What was the main reason european merchants began searching for a sea route to asia in the 1400s
What was the main reason European merchants began searching for a sea route to Asia in the 1400s?

  • Overland trade routes had become more dangerous than they had been.

  • They wanted to bypass merchants who had a monopoly on Asian products.

  • Many educated Asians had become interested in European cultures.

  • Direct access to African goods would have increased profits.

SS-08-5.1.2



Why did the french treat native americans with more respect than some other european settlers
Why did the French treat Native Americans with more respect than some other European settlers?

  • Because of the greater attraction of settlements in Canada.

  • Because religious wars in France distracted French colonists.

  • Because of their close trading relationships.

  • Because of the absence of a flourishing fur trade.

SS-08-2.3.1


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C. Because of their close trading relationships. than some other European settlers?


What effect did the astrolabe have in finding new continents
What effect did the astrolabe have in finding new continents?

SS-08-5.1.2

  • It allowed ship navigators to check their location by charting the position of stars.

  • It allowed ship navigators to estimate their distance from land by measuring the ocean’s depth.

  • It allowed ship navigators to tell direction by aligning a magnetic strip with the North Pole.

  • It allowed ship navigators to calculate the rate of travel by measuring the speed of headwinds.



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Which of the following European countries not establish colonies in North America as the result of the Treaty of Tordesillas?

  • The Netherlands.

  • France

  • Portugal

  • England

SS-08-5.2.1


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C. Portugal colonies in North America as the result of the Treaty of


Why did european diseases in the americas help create the slave trade
Why did European diseases in the Americas help create the slave trade?

SS-08-5.1.2

  • Because European diseases killed so many Native Americans that a new labor force was needed.

  • Because European disease frightened native laborers who refused to work for the colonists.

  • Because European colonists became too ill to work so another source of labor had to be found.

  • Because Africans were not immune to European diseases, they had to be forced to work as slaves for the colonist.


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A. Because European diseases killed so many Native Americans that a new labor force was needed.


Why was roanoke the first english colony considered a failure
Why was Roanoke, the first English colony, considered a failure?

  • Because the colonists were brutally assaulted by local American Indians.

  • Because the colonists went back to England because they could not grow food.

  • Because the colonists celebrated the first Spanish birth in present-day North America.

  • Because the colonists abandoned the site and the reason is still a mystery.

SS-08-4.3.2



Christopher columbus s four voyages across the atlantic ocean
Christopher Columbus’s four voyages across the Atlantic Ocean….

SS-08-5.2.1

  • Led to an exchange of people, foods, and germs between Europe and the Americas.

  • Led to a decline in Europe’s population because of new diseases.

  • Led to the introduction of slavery to Spain and other parts of Europe.

  • Led to a race between Spain and India to claim large parts of the Americas.



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Which of the following statements best describes how the Dutch in New Netherlands were able to prosper in the New World?

  • Because they drove the Native Americans from their homelands.

  • Because they allowed Jews seeking religious freedom to settle in New Amsterdam.

  • Because they traded guns for furs with the powerful Iroquois Confederacy.

  • Because they traded furs for tobacco with the English settlers in Jamestown.

SS-08-3.2.1



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13. Which of the following statements best describes the main reason that the marriage of Pocahontas to John Rolfe helped in the survival of Jamestown?

  • Because she told the colonists that those who did not work would not eat.

  • Because she taught the colonists how to hunt and fish for food.

  • Because she taught the colonists how to raise tobacco.

  • Because it brought peace between the colonists and her people.

SS-08-2.3.2



What was the main purpose of columbus s expedition across the atlantic ocean
What was the main purpose of Columbus’s expedition across the Atlantic Ocean?

SS-08-5.2.1

  • To learn as much as possible about other cultures.

  • To claim land and wealth for Spain.

  • To bring back exotic plants and animals.

  • To create up-to-date maps and charts.



During the 1500s spanish conquistadors conquered mexico and most of
During the 1500s, Spanish conquistadors conquered Mexico and most of ….

SS-08-5.2.1

  • North America

  • Louisiana

  • South America

  • Canada


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C. South America most of ….