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us history review

chapters 1-20

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The geography of the North American continent was fundamentally shaped by the glaciers of the __________? Ice Age
Most _______ lived in small, seminomadic agricultural and hunting communities. North American Indians
Many Indian cultures like the _________ traced descent through the female line. (blank)
The primary motive for the European voyages of discovery was the desire to find a less exspensive route to _______ goods and markets. Asian
_________ gold and silver from the Americas fueled inflation and economic growth in Europe. Spanish
Spain expanded its empire into _______ and _______ partly to block French and English intrusions. Florida and New Mexico
The Spanish empire in the New World was larger, richer, and longer-lasting than that of the _________. English
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