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74. Protestantism found an especially receptive home in the French-speaking

Question : 74. Protestantism found an especially receptive home in the French-speaking : 1987724

74. Protestantism found an especially receptive home in the French-speaking Swiss city of ________.

75. Columbus’s crew brought back to the Old World an especially virulent variety of _______.

76. To justify their conquest, the Spanish used images of Aztec _________.

77. The demand for slaves was fueled by the high profits being made on Caribbean plantations that grew and processed ________.

78. Although slavery existed in Africa, those in captivity could in rare cases attain _______.

79. The purpose of the voyage of Giovanni da Verrazano was to find the so-called ________.

80. In honor of the never-married Queen Elizabeth, England’s first New World colony was named ________.

81. In the same year Columbus left on his first voyage, the Spanish government ordered the expulsion of all _______.

82. The Anasazi peoples lived in pueblos in the ________ region of what is now the United States.

83. The mound-building Indians lived in the _________ region of what is now the United States.

84. The British monarch who separated from the Catholic Church to form the Church of England was _________.

85. The Inca Empire was located primarily in _________.

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