1. Thirteen years after the Pueblo Revolt, which steps did Don Diego de Vargas and the Spanish take to regain control in New Mexico? Check all that apply.
Forcing the Pueblos to surrender their firearms
Enslaving all the Native American men
Deploying troops to Santa Fe
Killing all the Native American men
2. As a response to tensions between the Virginia colonists and the Powhatan people, the English took which of the following measures?
Captain John Smith kidnapped the Powhatan leader Opechancanough and forced his people to beg for his release.
The English took control of the James River and continued to engage the Native Americans in battles.
The English paid the natives for the right to fish along the James River.
3. True or False: After King Philip’s War, the Algonquians were forced entirely from New England and moved west into the Ohio Valley.
4. Study the map illustrating interactions between Native Americans and Europeans in the seventeenth century. Click the name of each region to zoom in, and open the legend in the lower-right corner to display detailed information.
Which of the following regions also contained a scattering of Spanish settlements or missions?
Areas within British land claims
Areas within the thirteen colonies
Areas within French land claims
5. Comparing only the details of the Spanish portion of the map to the others, you can draw a reasonable conclusion that the Spanish were primarily interested in which of the following?
Establishing new states
Converting native peoples to Christianity
Driving native peoples off the land
6. Which of the following was not a feature of the Iroquois Confederacy that may have influenced the thinking of the Founding Fathers about government?
The Iroquois Confederacy placed great value on the separation of powers within government.
The Iroquois Confederacy created a constitution, known as the Gayanashagowa, to govern the six member tribes.
The six Iroquois tribes were each given a single vote for the election of a president to govern the Confederacy.