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Making America: A History of the United States, Volume 1: To 1877, Brief, 6th Edition
Carol Berkin, Christopher L. Miller, Robert W. Cherny, James L. Gormly, Douglas Egerton, Kelly Woestman
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1. What caused the Powhatan people, nearly six hundred years ago, to collaborate with their neighbors?
a. Long-lasting weather changes reduced corn crops production, which required more hunting.
b. Western tribes waged war against them for access to the Atlantic coast.
c. Europeans had begun to take over the Virginia Coast in large numbers.
d. They sought to increase their political influence in the region.
ANS: A REF: p. 1
2. How did the first people come to America?
a. Sailing in large ships
b. Sailing in canoe-like boats
c. By crossing Beringia
d. By using the South Pacific islands
ANS: C REF: p. 3-4
3. Some 7,000 years ago, Native American environmental engineering produced the staple crop called
b. the potato.
ANS: C REF: p. 5
4. Crops that Indian cultures planted together to form the basis for an agricultural revolution were
a. tobacco, maize, wheat, and squash.
b. tobacco, maize, squash, and chilies.
c. maize, beans, squash, and chilies.
d. wheat, squash, chilies, and beans.
ANS: C REF: p. 5
5. The mound builder societies were characterized by
a. hunting and gathering.
b. power struggles among rival groups.
c. small settlements.
d. large-scale trade and commerce.
ANS: D REF: p. 5
6. Which of the following spheres of influence in pre-Columbian times resulted in the Iroquois women gaining social and economic status?
ANS: C REF: p. 9
7. What group of southwestern Indians built residential villages along high cliffs?
ANS: A REF: p. 9
8. The Native Americans of the woodlands east of the Mississippi River
a. lived in small, self-governing tribes.
b. were ruled through coercion.
c. had elaborate irrigation systems.
d. encouraged private land ownership.
ANS: A REF: p. 7-9
9. After arriving in the Valley of Mexico after 1200, which Indian group established a tributary empire?
ANS: D REF: p. 3
10. The Bantu based their society on the idea of the
a. nuclear family.
b. fictive ancestor.
c. survival of the fittest.
d. elected monarch.
ANS: B REF: p. 11