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What explorer first visited the U.S. river, which is the largest within its state, creating a natural boundary with Mexico?

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Answer 1
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The river in question is the Rio Grande, forming a border between Mexico and Texas. The explorer was Juan de Oñate. He lived from

1550–1626. Juan was a conquistador and explorer, and led expeditions to the Great Plains and Lower Colorado River. He was also a colonial governor. 
Answer 2
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Answer:

Juan de Onate

Explanation:

Juan came to NA as a contractor with private services to offer, and, because of this, he was allowed to live in Mexico. He, therefore, headed many servant groups together with soldiers and his family along. He was in charge of about 500 people. All the soldiers were from Spain. He, however, did not lose hope but took the chance to rule the Spanish town.

Because he wanted to get everybody under his control, he enforced different lessons. However the people of Acoma did not like his leadership. This is the reason they all wanted to attack him by surprise, and they killed more than 12 of his soldiers and infuriated him.


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How did Native Americans arrive in North America? A. They sailed from Europe.

B. They crossed the land bridge from Asia.

C. They sailed from Africa.

D. They journeyed from South America.

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The land bridge that connected Asia and America was used by the native Americans to reach North America. As a result, choice (B) is the right response.

Who are Native Americans?

Native Americans, also known as American Indians, Amerindians, Amerinds, Indians, Native Americans, or First Nations people, are any of the indigenous peoples of the Western Hemisphere.

However, the word is frequently used to refer to only those communities whose ancient homelands were in what is now Canada and the United States.

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How did Native Americans arrive in North America?

Indian ancestors came from Asia by crossing the land bridge.

Answer: B. They crossed the land bridge from Asia.
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