Unit 3- The Age of Exploration

Social Studies Review Quiz

  1.  
    These people were the first Europeans to reach North America
    A. Africans B. Crusaders C. Incas D. Vikings
  2.  
    A person who makes a living from buying and selling goods.
    A. slave B. Native Americans C. missionary D. merchant
  3.  
    What traders wanted to get from China and India.
    A. gold B. silver C. spices D. corn
  4.  
    This was used by sailors to tell which direction they were going.
    A. astrolabe B. compass C. map D. globe
  5.  
    This is on the back end of a ship to help steer the ship
    A. sail B. crow's nest C. rudder D. cabin
  6.  
    This explorer thought he had made it to India in 1492, but instead he was on an island in North America
    A. Columbus B. Ponce de Leon C. Cabot D. Cortes
  7.  
    This explorer tried to find a Northwest passage and later had a river and a big bay named after him.
    A. Columbus B. Hudson C. Montezuma D. Cortes
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Unit 3- The Age of Exploration (Answer Key)

Social Studies Review Quiz

  1.  
    These people were the first Europeans to reach North America
    A. Africans B. Crusaders C. Incas D. Vikings
  2.  
    A person who makes a living from buying and selling goods.
    A. slave B. Native Americans C. missionary D. merchant
  3.  
    What traders wanted to get from China and India.
    A. gold B. silver C. spices D. corn
  4.  
    This was used by sailors to tell which direction they were going.
    A. astrolabe B. compass C. map D. globe
  5.  
    This is on the back end of a ship to help steer the ship
    A. sail B. crow's nest C. rudder D. cabin
  6.  
    This explorer thought he had made it to India in 1492, but instead he was on an island in North America
    A. Columbus B. Ponce de Leon C. Cabot D. Cortes
  7.  
    This explorer tried to find a Northwest passage and later had a river and a big bay named after him.
    A. Columbus B. Hudson C. Montezuma D. Cortes

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