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Trading post: Quiz


Question 1: In the ________ in the early 19th century, trading posts used by Native Americans were licensed by the federal government and called "factories".
PhilippinesUnited StatesCanadaAlaska

Question 2: The preferred travel route to a trading post or between trading posts, is known as a ________.
Incense RouteSpice tradeSilk RoadTrade route

Question 3: A "trading post" can also be referred to as the place where securities listed on the ________ are traded (bought and sold).
Market trendAmerican Stock ExchangeStock marketNew York Stock Exchange

Question 4: The Hudson's Bay Company set up trading posts around ________ during the fur trade.
Arctic OceanDavis StraitJames BayHudson Bay

Question 5: In the context of ________, trading post usually refers to a camp store where snacks, craft materials and general merchandise is sold.
International Scout and Guide FellowshipScout MottoScouting controversy and conflictScouting

Question 6: It began with the capture of ________ (a terminus of the trans-Saharan trade route) by the Portuguese in 1415.
PortugalCeutaMelillaMascarene Islands

Question 7: European colonialism traces its roots to ancient ________.

Question 8: Trading posts in general were of great importance to the history of ________.
CurrencyISO 4217CyprusCoin

Question 9: Though ________ has been used for millennia and continues to be used, almost from the start of trading post history, the need occurred to have something as a payment medium.
BarterOpen economyAnarchist economicsGift economy

Question 10: Tribes were to concede substantial territory to the United States in order to access the "factories" as happened at Fort Clark in the Treaty of Fort Clark in which the Osage Nation conceded most of ________ in order to access the trading post.


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