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USI 4 Unit Test

European Explorers

Why do we remember John Cabot? He explored eastern Canada for England.
Why did some European countries explore the south west parts of North America, Latin America and South America? To spread religion
Which European countries had settlements in North America? Spain, France, England
Did fear of the unknown help or hurt exploration of the western hemisphere? Hurt.
Why do we remember Robert La Salle? La Salle claimed the Mississippi River Valley for France. We later bought most of that in the Louisiana Purchase.
Which country settled in the eastern portion of North America? England
Which country settled the mid western portion of Africa? Portugal
Why do we remember Francisco Coronado of Spain? He settles the western coast of North America
Why do we remember Samuel de Champlain? He established the settlement of Quebec for France.
How did the French and Indians cooperate? they became trading partners.
What caused conflict between the settlers and the American Indians? Ownership of land
What did Spain want to do in North America? Spread Religion
What did Mali, Ghana, and Songhai have in common? Economies based on trade.
Where were Mali, Ghana, and Songhai located? Africa
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