The region inhabited by the Cheyenne, the Crow, and the Blackfeet peoples would be characterized by
- nomadic movement of peoples seeking resources.
An accurate description of Iroquois prior to the arrival of Europeans would be that
communities tied to permanent villages subsisting with agriculture, hunting, and foraging.
The evidence provided in the excerpt above most directly reflects how
the buffalo would become a vital resource for the American Indians in the plains.
The argument in the above excerpt by Crosby most directly supports how North American Indians
expanded across the plains region
The introduction of the horse to the American Indians was
a turning point in the economic and societal development in the plains of North America.
The introduction of the horse most directly led to
an increase in the intensity of American Indian warfare.
Bartolome de Las Casas’ intend was to
make spanish monarchs aware of the subjugation and mistreatment of native people.
The artist conveys the ___________________ is the most important motivator for Columbus’s exploration.
spreading of Christianity
_________________________ is one long term effect of the event depicted in the painting.
The decline in Native American population
The Encomienda system was least developed in
the Great Basin.
The process of Spanish exploration and conquest of the Americas illustrated in the map
triggered extensive demographic and social change.
_________________________is what resulted from the differing worldviews of American Indians and Europeans as illustrated in the excerpt.
Debates over how American Indians should be treated and “civilized”
____________________ was an aspect of American Indian and European cultures that was most similar between the 16th and 18th centuries.
Trade and commerce
The events shown came about most directly as a result of
the belief that white superiority justified the subjugation of American Indians.
In the passage above, Columbus likely mentioned the American Indians’ interest in glass beads and weapons
because it exemplified the very different worldview of American Indians.
After Columbus arrived, Spanish religion and christian conversion was used as a rationale to
justify the subjugation of indians
The sentiments expressed by Columbus in the excerpt supports the future Spanish goal of
attempting to change American Indians’ beliefs and worldviews.
Prior to the arrival of Europeans
disease did not have a major impact on American Indians.
The author of the passage, John White, implied that
a nearby tribe of Native Americans has previously been friendly to the settlers.
These excerpts were written in response to the
debate over how the Spanish should treat the Native Americans.
The ideas about the Natives expressed are most consistent with
the belief in white superiority.
The ideas about the natives expressed by Las Casas are most consistent with
the argument for paternalistic treatment of natives.
The primary motive, according to the excerpt above, is that ______________________ fueled conquistadors in the New World.
acquiring gold and
Las Casas’ challenges the justification of Spanish dominance and conquest that
Native Americans are culturally inferior to Europeans and should be treated as slaves.
______________would not accurately describe Native American societies before European contact.
Native societies were on the brink of collapse due to tribal warfare