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1

Chief Wingina saw the early Roanoke colonies as

Potential allies to increase his power

2

Walter Raleigh saw Roanoke as a

source of income

3

Prior to the 15th century, sources of economic growth in Western Europe was aided by

the crusades, Chinese technology, the rise of city-states, and contact with the middle east

4

The Renaissance was based on the belief

human potential is important and should be celebrated

5

Columbus exploited the Tanio Indians because

he believed they could lead him to gold

6

The Spanish were successful in conquering the Aztecs because

they were able to use the Aztecs enemies against them

7

After Cortes, what contributed to the collapse of the native population

starvation, demoralization, warfare and disease

8

What affected the decline of native population in the wake of the Spanish the least?

Immigration

9

The most important change the Spanish contributed in the new world was

domesticated animals and live stalk

10

What new item was first brought back to Spain?

Vanilla and Chocolate

11

What was the consequence of Cornado not finding Cibolo

The spanish abondoment of the southwest for over a century

12

St. Augustine and Ft. Caroline belonged to which countries?

Spain and France

13

Relationships between the French and Indians was based on

trade

14

The spanish manopoly in the new world was broken with

The english defeat of the spanish armada in 1588

15

What were characteristic of European exploration nations

impacted by the Renaissance, unified relms, standing armies and navies, and extensive atlantic coast line

16

What country did not invade the atlantic coast line of North America?

Russia

17

Columbus was not funded

to establish colonial communitites

18

Nationalist were least likely to be

small farmers

19

Under the Virginia plan

 

a bicameral legislature would be established according to state population

20

Approval of the great compromise guranteed

 

Representation based on population in the House and by state in the Senate

21

A federalist would agree

A strong central government is less susceptible to control by a single faction

22

The most important influence on voting during state ratifications of the Constitution

one's position on economic issues

23

The Federal Convention delegates decided the president should be elected in order to

preserve the powers of the president versus Congress

24

The most important legislature passed by the first session of congress was

the judiciary act of 1789

25

Alexander Hamilton proposed what during his "Report of the Public Credit"?

The federal government assume state debts that remained from the revolutionary war

26

The Intercourse Act of 1790 established

the use of treaties to maintain relations with indians

27

What was not a provision of the Jay treaty

The signing of an alliance between GB and US

28

Pickney's treaty resolved the debate over Jay's treaty by

opening the mississippi to American shipping

29

Political supports of Thomas Jefferson used the term Democratic-republicans in order to emphasize

Federalists were pro-monarchy

30

John Adam's presidency benefited from

The XYZ affair

31

The Alien and Sedition acts reflected federalist's desire to

defeat the republican opposition in Congress

32

The twelfth amendment

created seperate ballots for the president and the VP

33

Charles Peale and John Trumbell's paintings dealt with

American Nationalists scenes

34

John Adams power as president was undercut by

the loyalty of the cabinet to Alexander Hamilton