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Q: When the Portuguese first explored the New World, their main goal was to plunder the natural resources along the coastlines. In contrast, Spanish conquistadors searched the interior of North and
South America to discover A. navigable rivers. B. valuable spices. C. gold and silver. D. rich farmland.
A: C.Gold and Silver
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User: When the Portuguese first explored the New World, their main goal was to plunder the natural resources along the coastlines. In contrast, Spanish conquistadors searched the interior of North and South America to discover A. navigable rivers. B. valuable spices. C. gold and silver. D. rich farmland.

Weegy: C.Gold and Silver
mythmoh|Points 5349|

User: What was one of the first cultural interactions between Africans and Europeans during the early period of colonization in the 1600s? A. Africans sent merchant ships to trade with the Europeans in the Old World. B. Africans were stolen from their homelands and sold into slavery in the New World. C. Africans were hired as sailors by European explorers and sailed with them to Asia. D. Africans were sent as free laborers to work on the new plantations in the Americas.

Weegy: Africans were stolen from their homelands and sold into slavery in the New World, was one of the first cultural interactions between Africans and Europeans during the early period of colonization in the 1600s.
wisbest|Points 1972|

User: What does the graph suggest about the Mid-Atlantic colonies? A. The Mid-Atlantic colonies emphasized religious tolerance and diversity. B. The Mid-Atlantic colonies did not deal with significant religious differences. C. The Mid-Atlantic colonies stressed economic progress instead of religion. D. The Mid-Atlantic colonies had more ethnic diversity but less religious diversity.

Weegy: C. The Mid-Atlantic colonies stressed economic progress instead of religion.
Nikkilyn967|Points 10|

User: The primary motivation for the earliest New England colonists was religious freedom. What was the primary motivation for the earliest colonists in Virginia? A. profit B. adventure C. political reform D. honor for the king

Weegy: D. honor for the king
Alinail|Points 180|

User: What was the eventual result of protests against the Tea Act, such as the example shown in the drawing? A. English concessions to colonial demands halted the protests and delayed the start of the American Revolution. B. Increasing tensions between the English government and the colonists led to the start of the American Revolution. C. Colonial protests against taxation led to the Americans being granted representation in the English Parliament. D. Increasingly repressive laws passed by the English Parliament convinced the Americans to cooperate and pay their taxes.

Weegy: Weegy is unable to see the drawing. This may be crucial in answering the question. Our apologies, is there anything else we can help you with today?
paral|Points 3670|

User: The framers of the Articles of Confederation deliberately designed a weak central government with few powers. Their main reason for this decision was that they believed a strong national government would A. lead to oppressive rule. B. outlaw the practice of slavery. C. become involved in foreign wars. D. limit trade between the individual states.

Weegy: Their main reason for this decision was that they believed a strong national government would lead to: A) oppressive rule.
AnaisBree|Points 461|

User: Which effect BEST completes the diagram on Shays's Rebellion? A. The congressional committee formed to investigate the rebellion evolved into the U.S. Department of Justice. B. A meeting called to amend the Articles of Confederation evolved into the Constitutional Convention. C. The political scandal caused by the rebellion resulted in a new constitution for the state of Massachusetts. D. A meeting called to modify the Articles of Confederation resulted in amendments to the Massachusetts tax laws.

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