Related questions in Social Studies
Gaining global power
Conquering the native Americans ••
Entering the fur trade business
There can also be outer conflicts between you and environment
What is the connection between how the Catholic Church treated Galileo in the 1600’s and how terrorist groups are treating Tunisia?
The Eastern Woodland Culture consisted of Indian tribes inhabiting the eastern United States and Canada. The Eastern Woodlands were moderate-climate regions roughly from the Atlantic to the Mississippi River and included the Great Lakes. This huge area boasted ample rainfall, numerous lakes and rivers, and great forests. The rich earth and forests from the Ohio River to the Gulf of Mexico comprised the southeastern part of the Eastern Woodlands. This culture region abuts the Plains Culture to the west and the Subarctic Culture to the north.
The Adena and Hopewell were the earliest historic Eastern Woodland inhabitants. Between 800 B.C. and A.D. 800, they lived in the Ohio and Mississippi river valleys. Both societies are noted for their prominent burial mounds, frequently graced with sophisticated grave goods. Like earlier archaic groups, the Adena were hunters and gatherers who erected seasonal camps. The Hopewell also were hunters and gatherers, but like later Woodland tribes, they lived in villages and supplemented their diet with cultivated plants.
Who did Bartolome de Las Casas want to use as labor in the Spanish colonies? A) Native Americans B) French prisoners C) Africans D) Italians
The correct answer is Native Americans. (A)
Which of the following is the best statement about delinquency? a. it's decreasing in america. b. it's encouraged among some social groups. c. it's caused by sexually transmitted disease. d. it's unrelated to the quality of family life.
The Spanish raided, tricked, and slaved people of the Americas. Their trades were not fair and were mostly an excuse to take everything from the natives of the land. There were many armed conflicts as well that Europeans won. Many of the Spanish wins were due the fact that they transmitted diseases that the locals could not handle. Eventually, the Spanish started enslaving the natives.
Why do you think the Iroquois may have preferred to be neutral between the conflict of France and England? What can you infer about how the Iroquois felt about the European conflicts in North America?
All of the following were jobs held by Spanish settlers EXCEPT: A.) medical doctor B.) shoemaker C.) tax collector D.) barber Please help.
How did the spanish government bring order to new spanish settlements being developed in spanish colonies
Hope I helped :-)
Of the three branches of U.S. government, which one do you believe is the most powerful? Explain your view by comparing the three branches with regards to their expressed powers found in the... Of the three branches of U.S. government, which one do you believe is the most powerful?; Explain your view by comparing the three branches with regards to their expressed powers found in the Constitution, their checks and balances toward each other, their separation of power, etc. You may want to tie in how the media and interest groups make them more or less powerful as well.; THANK YOU!
Mark views society as a system of interrelated parts, while john views society as composed of groups competing for scarce resources. mark would be considered a(n) ________ and john would be seen as a(n) ______.
Miguel Hidalgo's "Grito de Dolores" called for Mexico to rise up against the Spanish for independence and racial equality. His timing was largely due to ________________.
Napoleon changing the government leadership in Spain to his brother.
Hidalgo belonged to a secret society supporting independence from Spain in San Miguel (near Dolores). When the plot was betrayed to the Spanish, several members were arrested. Warned to flee, Hidalgo decided instead to act promptly. In 1810, he rang the church bell in Dolores to call his parishioners to an announcement of revolution against the Spanish. Hildago called for Mexico to rise up against the Spanish for independence and racial equality this was due to Napoleon changing the government leadership in Spain to his brother.
In 2011, citizens in countries like Bahrain, Syria, and Lebanon began to protest against their governments. What was the purpose of these protests? A. Citizens desired democracies and fair treatment. B. Citizens wanted the United States to take over their countries. C. Citizens wanted to end civil wars between Sunnis and Shiites. D. Citizens demanded dictatorships and more stability from their leaders.One of the decisions that led to conflict between the Israelis and Palestinian Arabs was a resolution passed by the __________, which created two individual states within Palestine.A.United KingdomB.United StatesC.United NationsD.United Arab Emirates
Susan is captain of her soccer team. She overhears two teammates arguing. She should use her _____ skills she learned in her FCCLA Dynamic Leadership courseA. Conflict resolutionB. Dynamic differencesC. CollaborationD. Consequence forecasting
Some groups in society share values, norms, and behaviors that are not shared by the entire population. The unique cultural characteristics of these groups form a
Answer choices are:
A. Cultural relativism.
C. Cultural universal.
Correct answer choice is:
A subculture is a collection of individuals inside a culture that distinguishes itself from the original culture to which it refers, often keeping some of its originating teachings. Subcultures form their own norms and distinctions concerning social, governmental and intimate affairs.
- Alcoholics Anonymous - a society for retrieving drunkards.
- BDMS - Sensual methods of servitude, regulation, masochism, and cruelty.
Which city was the capital of the confederacy? a. gettysburg, pennsylvania b. savannah, georgia c. atlanta, georgia d. richmond, virginia
Which of the following statements concerning cross-sectional research is false?A.Cross-sectional research analyzes the same subjects over a period of time.B.Cross-sectional research is used to compare variables across groups.C.Cross-sectional research conducts a particular study only one time.D.Cross-sectional research is often used in educational or developmental psychology.
Off the coast of Gravelines, France, Spain’s so-called “Invincible Armada” is defeated by an English naval force under the command of Lord Charles Howard and Sir Francis Drake. After eight hours of furious fighting, a change in wind direction prompted the Spanish to break off from the battle and retreat toward the North Sea. Its hopes of invasion crushed, the remnants of the Spanish Armada began a long and difficult journey back to Spain.
The answer is that different groups of human beings living in their own regions are going to naturally develop their own traditions, different from other groups, as well as their own languages, etc, because they are only or mostly in contact with people in their own individual groups.
Before 1720, what was the difference in the relationships between the spanish and the apache compared to the spanish and hasinai
A. The Spanish made peace with both the Apache and the Hasinai.
B. The Spanish had a working relationship with the Hasinai while the Apache continued to distrust and often attack them.
C. The Spanish were attacked often by the Hasinai but had a pleasant relationship with the Apache.
D. The Spanish were unable to create a positive relationship with either the Hasinai or the Apache.
I think the correct answer is option D. The Spanish were unable to create a positive relationship with either the Hasinai or the Apache. Hope this helps. Have a nice day.