Chapter 7 Lesson 3 - Park Vista Elementary

Chapter 11 Lesson 2
Test –Friday,
April 30, 2010
1. San Antonio – City in
southern Texas where the
San Jose Mission was built
2. Santa Fe – Capital of the
state of New Mexico,
founded by the Spanish in
about 1609
3. Father Eusebio Kino –
Spanish priest who founded
three missions in presentday Arizona in 1687 where
he taught Native Americans
4. viceroy – an early governor
of Mexico
5. missionary – a person sent
by a religious organization
to spread its beliefs
6. vaquero – Spanish word
for “cowboy”
7. Quivira – a mythical city
of riches
8. Name 4 things Coronado
and his explorers found on
their journey instead of
A. The Grand Canyon
B. the Gulf of California
C. buffalo
D. Native American villages
9. Were all parts of the
Spanish mission enclosed by
protective walls? Explain.
No, the crops, animals, and
some of the work areas
needed more room, so they
remained outside the mission
10. Name 4 things the
animals and crops provided
for the mission.
A. food
B. leather
C. wool
D. transportation
11. Why was it important to
enclose the missions with
thick walls and locking gates?
It was important to keep
the people and the goods
inside the mission safe.
12. Name 4 types of crops
that were raised by mission
A. corn
B. beans
C. fruit
D. pumpkins
13. Name 3 types of
animals that were raised
by the mission.
A. cows
B. pigs
C. sheep
14. Mission San Jose was also
called the Queen of the
15. Name 2 purposes of
A. to claim land
B. to make Christians of the
Native Americans
16. How did Spanish settlers
affect cattle ranching in the
They started the cattle
ranches in the Southwest and
handed down skills,
such as roping, branding,
herding cattle, and riding on
trail drives.
17. How did the Spanish
missions affect the
settlement of the
Native Americans and
others living at the missions
began building
settlements around the
18. How is Spanish
influence still seen in the
It is still seen in food,
festivals, clothing, and

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