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History 1305 -Test 1

Unit 1 Test

What is the difference between HISTORIANS and ARCHEOLOGISTS?
What is the ORIGIN and FATE of the Paleo-Indians?
Diversity of Native American in the centuries before contact:
The important nation states and technological developments behind European expansion:
The significance of European contact with the Americas:
The organization and development of Spain's New World Empire:
The experience of the Jamestown colony:
The significance of TOBACCO:
The significance of Bacon's Rebellion (1676):
The differences between slavery in the Carribean:
The differences between slavery in the Chesapeake:
The differences between slavery in Carolina:
The significance of the English Reformation:
The purpose and organization of the New England settlements:
Important developments in mid-and late seventeenth century New England:
The important supporters of "liberty of conscience" and the colonies in which this practiced developed:
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