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Mid-terms 7th 2016

Mid-terms 7th grade Socials Studies 2016

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Christopher Columbus Explorer from genoa, Italy who proposed heading west to reach Asia
Christopher Columbus Sponsored by Ferdinand and Isabella of Spain
Nina, Pinta, Santa Maria Columbus' ships on his first voyage to America
October 12, 1492 Columbus lands in America
Christopher Columbus Never admitted he had not reached Asia;
3 Gs Gold, Glory, spread the Gospel----reasons for exploration
Reasons for Exploration 1. To find new water routes to Asian markets 2. Find new lands to grow cash crops 3. To spread Christianity 4. To gain power
Diseases Spread to Native Americans by early explorers killed millions; 90 % of Indians died
Columbian Exchange Global exchange of foods, plants, animals, and diseases between Europe and the Americas
Four Indian Traditions of the Southeastern United States PaleoIndian, Archaic, Woodland, Mississippian
Etowah Indian Mounds Mississippian site in Cartersville, Georgia
Ocmulgee Indian Mounds Mississippian site in macon, gweorgia
Ice Age When people first entered North America
Maize corn
Line of Demarcation Divided the world between Spain and Portugal in 1494
Created by: marthell