History chapter 14

To finance investment in colonial enterprises, the Dutch pioneered: joint-stock companies
The Dutch revolt was sparked by: Philip II attempting to tighten his control of the Dutch cities.
During the first half of the sixteenth century, Northern Europe leading commercial and financial center was Antwerp
William of orange fought during the religious wars to free the Netherlands from Catholic rule under the Spanish
The population of early North American colonies grew because: indentured servants came over in large numbers to work in the colonies
From an international perspective, the Peace of Westphalia (1648) marked: the emergence of France as the dominant power in Europe, eclipsing Spain.
On a typical merchant run along the “triangle trade” route, a British ship would sail from New England with rum, trade the rum for slaves in Africa, and then: Trade the slaves for tobacco in Virginia
All of the following were forms used to resist slave owners in the sixteenth century except Underground Railroads
Dutch East India Company dominated the trade after 1621 Slave
promote economic development of France Henry IV did all of the following except open up new silver mines within France.
The extraordinary movement of peoples, plants, animals, goods, cultures, and diseases in the sixteenth century is called the Columbian Exchange
Thirty Years War began when a Catholic prince became the ruler of a Protestant territory.
England challenged Spanish supremacy in the Atlantic by: attacking Spanish ships that were sailing from their colonies to Spain
Social relations in the Spanish colonies of centrAl and South America were characterized by all of the following except the uprooting and resettlement of large numbers of native people.
edict of Nate’s The edict of Nate’s signed in April 1598 by king Henry IV of france granted the Calvinist Protestant of France the substantial rights in the nations which is still considered essentially catholic at the time. In the edict henery amid primarily to promote civil unity
The driving cause of the inflation experienced in Europe during the last half of the sixteenth century was: an influx of silver on the Spanish market
Much of the wealth derived from colonies in the Americas came from: sugar

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