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Vocabulary Tribes & Competition for Florida Spanish Missions Explorers & Florida and the US Florida as US Territory
100
Treaty
This is an agreement made between countries, especially to stop a war
100
Timucua, Tocobaga, Calusa, Apalachee, Tequesta
List the 5 largest Native American tribes of Florida
100
Spain
What country was responsible for building the missions?
100
Juan Ponce de Leon; Spain
Who was the first explorer to set foot in Florida and what country was he from?
100
Andrew Jackson
Which United States General came to Florida to capture escaped slaves?
200
Rebellion
an uprising or fight against a government or ruler
200
They lived in different areas of the state, so they had different resources to use.
Why did tribes have different ways of living?
200
1. to convert the Native Americans to Christianity
2. to use the Native Americans as laborers
What were the two purposes (reasons) for the missions?
200
The tale of the Fountain of Youth
What tale made Juan Ponce de Leon interested in exploring Florida?
200
Osceola
Who was the leader of the Seminoles?
300
reservation
land set aside for Native Americans to live on
300
The Calusa
Which tribe is well known for fighting against the Spaniards because they didn't want to go to the Missions?
300
False
All Native Americans wanted to live on the Missions - True or False?
300
1. The US wanted slavery to continue
2. They worried that Florida could be a base for enemy attacks
Why did the United States want to own Florida (2 reasons)?
300
Seminoles and the US
Who signed the Treaty of Moultrie Creek?
400
tribe
many families who live together to form a community
400
United States, Spain, Great Britain, France
What 4 countries fought with one another to own Florida?
400
1. They learned about Christianity
2. They learned new skills
3. They received gifts and foods
List 3 positive effects of the missions on the Native Americans:
400
Spain & US signed it; the treaty made Florida a state in the United States
What two countries signed the Adams-Onis Treaty? What did the Treaty do?
400
It made Seminoles move to a reservation in central Florida
What did the treaty of Moultrie Creek do?
500
mission
a place built by the Spanish that was used to convert Native Americans to Christianity
500
Juan Ponce de Leon
Who gave Florida its name?
500
1. They had to completely change their way of life.
2. They died fighting against the Spanish
3. They died of European diseases
List 3 negative effects of the missions on the Native Americans:
500
Creek tribe members and escaped slaves
Which two groups of people made up most of the Seminole tribe?
500
1845
In what year did Florida officially become a state?




Florida History - Chapter 6 Review

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