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1

 

 

How long did Squanto stay in England?

 

 

10 years

2

 

 

Who saved the life of John Smith?

 

 

Pocahontas

3

 

 

What was Pocahontas's Christian name?

 

 

Rebecca

4

 

 

Who was the Indian chief who tricked Pocahontas?

 

 

Chief Japazaws

5

 

 

Who was injured when a bag of gun-powder exploded?

 

 

John Smith

6

 

 

When the oak leaves were as big as a mouse's ear, what did Squanto say it was time to do?

 

 

It was time to plant the corn

7

 

 

Who bought Pocahontas in exchange for a copper kettle?

 

 

Captain Samuel Argall

8

 

 

How long did the peace treaty between the Pilgims and the Indians last?

 

 

Over 50 years

9

 

 

To what country was Squanto taken and sold as a slave?

 

 

Spain

10

 

 

Who was known as the chief of chiefs?

 

 

Powhatan

11

 

 

Who offered Squanto a home after Squanto found that his tribe had all died?

 

 

Chief Massasoit

12

 

 

What fertlizer did Squanto use when planting corn?

 

 

Fish

13

 

 

Who married Pocahontas?

 

 

John Rolfe

14

 

 

Who was Pocahontas's father?

 

 

Powhatan

15

 

 

What sweet treat did Squanto teach the Pilgrims to make?

 

 

Maple Syrup

16

 

 

True or Flase: King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella were the rulers of Portugal

 

 

False; they were the rulers of Spain

17

 

 

True or Flase: Columbus was called the "Admiral of the Ocean Sea"

 

 

True

18

 

 

True or Flase: Columbus's three ships were called the Niña, the Pinta, and the Santa Anna

 

 

False; Columbus's three ships were called the Niña, the Pinta, and the Santa Maria

19

 

 

True or Flase: Columbus first stepped on land in the New World on October 12, 1492

 

 

True

20

 

 

True or Flase: Columbus grew up in Genoa, a seaport town in Italy

 

 

True

21

 

 

True or Flase: When Columbus reached the end of his first voyage, he knelt and thanked God for His goodness.

 

 

True

22

 

 

Christopher Columbus's parents always wanted him to become a _______ .

 

 

Weaver