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Land Bridge to 1750s

History Review

When England won all French land after the French and Indian War, the __________________________ were forced to leave their settlement in Eastern Canada because they wouldn’t pledge alliance to the King of England. Acadians
The countries of England and _______________________ were in conflict in Canada for many years until one won all the land during the French and Indian War. France
The _______________________ came for land and religious freedom settling on the Atlantic Coast and removing the Natives from their homes. English
_____________________ is known as the Father of New France because in 1608 he brought a group of settlers from France to start the permanent settlement of Quebec. Champlain
______________________ companies helped bring settlers to Canada when the King gave them rights to the land if they set up permanent settlements in the New World. Fur trading
Scientists believe that over 30,000 years ago, people migrated over a land bridge from _______________________ to populate the North American continent. Asia
The ______________________ were the first Europeans to discover North America around 1000 A.D. Vikings
_____________________ was the explorer who sailed for France and explored the St. Lawrence River and claimed the area that is now Montreal. Cartier
_____________________ was the explorer who sailed for England and discovered great fishing waters off the Atlantic Coast of present day Canada. Cabot
The _______________________ came for gold, enslaved the Natives to work in gold mines, and claimed most of the land south of the present day United States. Spanish
______________________________ explored the Mississippi River claiming all land that touches the water that flows into it for the country of France and the land became the Louisiana Territory. La Salle
The ________________________ began in the late 1400s and early 1500s to find an all water route to Asia because trade on the Silk Road was dangerous due to thieves and merchants could not carry many goods. Age of Exploration
The ____________________________ was an all water route across North America to Asia and is what many explorers during the Age of Exploration were searching for. Northwest Passage
The ___________________________ during the 1500s was a movement of Christians away from the Catholic Church to worship in different ways and also was a reason Europeans moved to North America. Protestant Reformation
The ____________________________ was a land route to Asia for spices and silk before the Age of Exploration. Silk Road
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