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Colonization

Native Americans, early colonization, american colonies

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an example of a primary source journal entry
way of life of a group of people culture
ancestors of Native Americans migrated to the Americas form Asia from Bering Strait
Maya and Aztec Empire were located here Central America
longhouse was a type of dwelling used by these people Iroquois
transfer of oeple, products, and ideas between the hemispheres Columbian Exchange
water route through or around North America. Early Americans were looking for a faster route to Asia Northwest Passage
colonization led to the development of these social classes
voting rights were limited to this group white men
this allows othes to practice their religion freely toleration
Was an important step in the development of democracy in colonial America because it established a representative form of government Virginia House of Burgesses
These people controlled the Hudson River Valley and present-day NYCity that was surrendered to England in 1664 by Gov. Peter Stuyvesant Dutch
the main purpose was to ensure that England benefited from colonial trade Navigation Act
The Aztec and Inca empires were both conquered by these Spanish people conquistadors
How did most Americans die after the Europeans came to America? disease and overwork
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