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Ch 4 Social Studies

Scholz - Ch 4 Europeans in the New World

The Age of Exploration began with a search for new trade routes to Asia.
To study the past, an archaeologist specializes in learning from artifacts.
"New World" was a name given to the Americas by European explorers.
Sailors used astrolabes to tell latitude.
A compass works by Earth's magnetic field.
Why did explorers plant flags? Explorers plant flags to claim land for their country.
What religious goal inspired many European explorers? to spread their beliefs
Which foods came from America? Potatoes and squash came from America.
What do farmers do with a cash crop? sell it for money
Where in Europe did Muslims build a great center of culture and learning? Spain
After Martin Luther, Europe had many wars between Protestants and Catholics.
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