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Explorers

QuestionAnswer
France: Explored the St.Lawrence River/Claimed land for France Jacques Cartier
France: Discovered the Great Lakes/Founded Quebec as a fur trading post-Father of new France Samuel de Champlain
Spain: Explored the West Indies/Four voyages Christopher Columbus
Spain: Conqueror of Mexico and the Aztecs Hernan Cortez
England: Explored Hudson Bay Henry Hudson
Holland: Explored New York and the Hudson River Henry Hudson
Spain: Attempted to circumnavigate the world/Killed in the Philippines Ferdinand Magellan
Spain: Conquered the Inca and Peru Francisco Pizarro
Spain: Explored Florida/Looked for the Fountain of Youth Ponce de Leon
Norway: Sailed across the North Atlantic/Probably reached North America Vikings
An all water route from Europe to Asia by sailing west Northwest Passage
An imaginary line dividing the world for exploration between Spain and Portugal-established by the Pope Line of Demarcation
Natives of Mexico conquered by Cortez Aztecs
To sail around the world Circumnavigate
Transfer of plants and animals and diseases between Europe and North America The Columbian Exchange
Term for Spanish conquerer Conquistador
TO change someone's (religious)beliefs Convert
Products made to be sold in another country Exports
Products brought into a country to be sold Imports
Natives of Peru-conquered by Pizarro Incas
Business arrangement-people pool money(for exploration or colonies) Joint Stock Company
The purpose of a colony was to benefit the mother country Mercantilism
Clergy who are sent abroad to do religious work (convert people) Missionaries
The THREE reasons for exploration GOLD,GOD,GLORY
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