The Origins of the Atlantic World, Ancient Times to 1565

__________ wanted to completely remove all vestiges of Catholicism from the Church of England.

Most Protestants demanded that __________ enforce religious conformity.

The largest city of the __________ culture, Cahokia, extracted tribute from their neighbors and built a large urban center near present-day St. Louis.

Without the resources to mount their own military efforts against the Muslims on the Iberian peninsula, the Spanish crown granted __________ to those who aided the reconquista.

Columbus's return to Española in 1493 set in motion the __________.

As part of the Catholic Reformation, the __________ aided Spanish colonization while they sought converts in the Americas.

Authorization from the crown allowed __________ to engage in a quasi-legal form of pirate activity.

The first Frenchman to attempt to colonize the New World was __________.

The __________ ended in 1492, removing Islamic peoples from the Iberian peninsula.

After the pope first granted the Americas to Spain, the __________ divided the world between Spain and Portugal.

__________ rapidly became Española's most profitable export.

__________ served as missionaries in the Americas, hoping that they could re-create the early Christian communities there and bring about the second coming by preaching the gospels in every language.