HISTORY HIGH SCHOOL

                                           ??? • Born to a wealthy Venezuelan family in 1783 • Envisioned an independent and united Latin America from an early age • Led Venezuela in its struggle for independence from Spain and earned the name "the Liberator" • Joined with other revolutionary leaders in 1822 to end Spanish rule throughout South America • Established the state of Gran Columbia to unite the Latin American nations Which revolutionary Latin American leader is described above?
A. Simón Bolívar B. José de San Martín C. Dom Pedro Primeiro D. Father Miguel Hidalgo

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Answer 1
Answer: The answer would be Simón Bolívar (A). I hope I helped!

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Why did the Salem Witch trial end? A) The governors wife was accused and he ordered them to stop

B) The Puritans had caught and executed all of the witches

C) The Puritans realized what they were doing was wrong and stopped

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4. A Mesoamerican ball game, known as ullamaliztli was played by two teams, one representing Huitzilopochtli, god of the sun, and one representing Coyolxauhqui, god of the moon.
True
False

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True

Explanation:

The Mesoamericans believed their was a sun god and Moon god. And in the game the two teams were against each other just like in Mesoamerican mythology the two gods were against each other.

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