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History 3/4 Exam

Montezuma Aztec leader
Ferdinand Magella Portuguese explorer who tried to find Atlantic-Pacific passage
Francisco Pizarro Landed in Peru Led 170 soldiers to Inca Empire and captured their leader
Juan Ponce de Leon First European to step foot in United States
Francisco Coronado Tried to find legendary gold city
Amerigo Vespucci Italian explorer Realized columbis's land was not Asia
Samuel de Champlain Founded Quebec Made profit from beaver skins and fish
Hernando Cortes Sailed from Cuba to Mexico Met natives who gave him gifts of gold
Vasco Nunez de Balboa Spanish explorer who was first to see Pacific Traveled present day Panama
Parliament Law-making body in England
Roanoke Colony First Roanoke Colony; Abandoned after 1 year Second Roanoke Colony; Everyone disappeared without a trace
Powhatan Chief of the local Native Americans
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