Unit I Hys Assesment
Southwestern tribes commonly lived in __________.
|migratory teepee clusters|
|long timber or log cabins|
|permanent stone-and-mud buildings|
All of the following are true about the Maya EXCEPT:
|they engaged in ritual sacrifice.|
|they built pyramids for religious purposes.|
|they had a strong understanding of architecture and mathematics.|
|they preferred small, unaffiliated tribes to cities.|
Olmec ruins provide evidence of all of the following EXCEPT:
|a thriving agricultural tradition, including aqueducts and crops.|
|a strong religious culture.|
|a migratory society.|
|advanced tools used for art and buildings.|
In Incan culture, the term mita refers to:
|public works projects for the ruler.|
|a welfare system for the poor.|
|a mummification ritual.|
|a crop cultivated especially for its seeds.|
Horses first came to North America through the arrival of the:
Match the description given to the most appropriate tribe.
Match the description given to the most appropriate term.
Fill in the appropriate word in the blank statement below. The monarch pair of __________ and __________ were instrumental in launching Christopher Columbus’s American explorations.
Fill in the appropriate word in the blank statement below. More effective than even conquistadores’ efforts, the introduction of __________ made the most destructive impact on Native American lives.
Fill in the appropriate word in the blank statement below. A land mass called __________ is considered by historians to be a path taken by early explorers to travel from Asia to America.
Fill in the appropriate word in the blank statement below. Huguenots would find a welcome and prosperous trade network along the lengths of the __________ River.
Fill in the appropriate word in the blank statement below. These three goals, __________, __________, and __________, are considered the primary motivations for early European exploration.