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Review for Quiz 2

Review for quiz on Lessons 3-4 in Chapter 3

Who was the man that protested against the Catholic church in 1517 and began a movement called the Reformation? Martin Luther
large sums of money grants
This explorer was searching for the Fountain of Youth... Ponce de Leon
This explorer claimed much of the southwestern part of what is now the US for Spain... Coronado
This explorer conquered the Aztecs in Mexico... Cortes
period of reform, or change, in the Catholic church Reformation
religious teacher missionaries
This explorer claimed much of the southeastern part of the US for Spain... de Soto
This explorer named Florida because it was so "flowery"... Ponce de Leon
The men on de Soto's expedition were the first Europeans to see what? The Mississippi River
Spanish "conquerors" Conquistadors
The lands Spain claimed in present-day Mexico, the southwestern US, and Florida were called what? New Spain
Florida means...? flowery
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