Look at Source 3. Then select four correct answers. Invented by Johannes Guttenberg in 1453, the printing press –
caused ideas and religions to spread.
enabled Europeans to take advantage of Native Americans during trade deals.
made it possible for the Europeans to convert most Native Americans to Christianity.
was the number-one factor that persuaded the Pilgrims to sail to America.
led to the widespread printing of maps, which led to more exploration.
inspired the formation of new political groups.
was indispensable in the construction of ships.
Examine Source 2 to answer this question. Chief Powhatan argued in favor of –
friendship and good relations between Indians and the English.
anger and war between Indians and the English.
a complete end to relations between Indians and the English.
a whole new start to relations between Indians and the English.
How is the House of Burgesses like the House of Representatives?
Both houses are square with pillars in the front.
Both are places you go to buy and sell things.
Both are places to meet and solve issues with foreign countries.
Both are made up of elected local representatives to solve government issues and make laws.
Examine Source 3 to answer this question. Rene-Robert Cavelier, Sieur de La Salle was an explorer who claimed the mouth of the Mississippi River for –
Queen Elizabeth and England.
King Henry and Spain.
King Louis and France.
Charles V and the Holy Roman Empire.
What happened to a woman’s property after she married?
It was sold.
She kept it.
It went to her husband.
It was kept for her children.
Examine Source 1 to answer this question. Major British and French colonial cities tended to be located
in mountain regions.
near bodies of water.
close to Catholic missions.
west of the Appalachians.
Which two of the following statements best express how conflicts arose between colonial governors and colonial legislators?
Colonial governors were Patriots and dedicated to the cause of American independence.
Colonial governors were Loyalists who desperately wanted to ensure that settlers treated Native Americans fairly.
Colonial legislators represented the colonists, and they often fought tooth-and-nail to see that their rights were respected by the British motherland.
Paid by Great Britain, colonial legislators represented the interests of Parliament, and they often conflicted with their own constituents.
Paid by Great Britain, colonial governors wanted the colonists to be responsible for their own future, but the colonists themselves were not ready for that change.
Appointed by the British king, colonial governors represented the interests of the crown, and they often tried to suppress the rights of the colonists.
Identify the Native American empire which built roads through the Andes Mountains and occupied the shaded area on the map prior to the arrival of the Spanish.