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AP World History
Chapter 24
Name: _________________________
The following vocabulary words are to be made into flash cards and due on Friday.
Hernán Cortés
Doña Marina/Malintzin
Treaty of Tordesillas
conquistadors
Francisco Pizarro
mestizo (métis)
criollos or creoles
zambos
viceroy
mulattoes
peninsulares
mita system
indentured servitude
How was the story of Doña Marina representative of the collapse of Mesoamerican and
South American societies?
Since trading in silks and spices did not materialize, what markets did the Spaniards
engage in to make a living?
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Cortéz and Pizarro led expeditions into the New World. How does your textbook
support the idea that their activity was for expedition purposes? If there were other
purposes, what were they and what evidence is there that would support those other
purposes?
Give evidence from the text to describe the typical relations between French and
English settlers with the Native Americans.
As you read this section of your textbook, use the table below to take notes on the
differences in the ways different groups settled
Spanish
Portuguese
British
French
Dutch
Analyze the social hierarchy of the Iberian colonies. Include a description of power and
position of the different groups.
As you read this chapter, compare and contrast the systems of forced labor known as
the encomienda and the mita.
Encomienda
Mita system
Differences
Differences
Similarities
How did the Spanish and Portuguese differ in the commodities they exported and the
way they recruited labor?
Spanish
Portuguese
Examine the picture of slaves working on a plantation on page 539. Why did slavery
eventually become more common than indentured servitude?
Why was the exploration and colonization of Australia so much later than that of the
Americas?
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