HISTORY MIDDLE SCHOOL

Led revolutionaries to seize Santo Domingo and declare the Dominican Republic independent. Toussaint L'Ouverture

Ramón Matías Mella

Antonio Montesino

Rafael Trujillo

4.
___________ is an upbeat style of music using drums, a guiro scraper, and an accordion.

Merengue

Encomienda

Cassava

Campesino
5.
Controlled the Dominican Republic as a corrupt dictator for over 30 years.

Ramón Matías Mella

Rafael Trujillo

Toussaint L'Ouverture

Antonio Montesino
6.
He freed his slaves and led a revolt which marked the start of the Ten Years' War in Cuba.

Fulgencio Batista

Diego Velazquez de Cuellar

Fidel Castro

Carlos Manuel de Céspedes
7.
___________ is a form of music that combines Spanish guitar and African drums.

Caribbean

Son

Salsa

Mambo
8.
The Spanish policy of ___________ parceled land to colonists and enslaved indigenous Taino people.

cassava

campesino

encomienda

merengue
9.
___________ is the Dominican Republic's largest industry.

Fishing

Tourism

Sugar

Manufacturing
10.
The ___________ religion teaches the worship of nature spirits and the spirits of dead ancestors.

Scientology

Hindu

Voodoo

Buddhism
11.
A slave who led a revolt; succeeded in capturing the entire island of Hispaniola.

Ramón Matías Mella

Toussaint L’Ouverture

Antonio Montesino

Rafael Trujillo
12.
In communist Cuba, the President has ___________ power.

unlimited

zero

limited

little
13.
___________ are poor farmers who own small plots and raise livestock, rice, and vegetables.

Merengues

Encomiendas

Cassavas

Campesinos
14.
___________ is the oldest city and the capital of the Dominican Republic.

Viñales

Puerto Plata

Havana

Santo Domingo
15.
A(n) ___________ is a Spanish person born in Cuba.

juventud

teem

taino

criollo
16.
The Cuban crocodile lives in the ___________ Swamp.

Vinales

Zapata

Turquino

Santiago
17.
Dominicans participate in a two-party system and ___________ elections.

fair

limited

free

closed
18.
___________ is a rare gemstone found only in a single mountain in
the Dominican.

Lapis lazuli

Jade

Cassava

Larimar
19.
The Dominican Republic shares the island of ___________ with Haiti.

Bahamas

Jamaica

Santo Domingo

Hispaniola
20.
Followers of ___________ worship orishas, or spirits, similar to saints.

Roman Catholicism

Mambo

Castro

Santerí­a
21.
Cuba and Hispaniola are part of the ___________, a group of islands in the Caribbean Sea.

Continental Antilles

Grand Antilles

Greater Antilles

Caribbean Antilles
22.
___________ is the Caribbean's largest nation.

Cuba

The Dominican Republic

Haiti

Jamaica
23.
Cuba's main agricultural product is ___________.

wheat

bananas

maize

sugar
24.
___________ is the capital of Cuba and its largest city.

Santo Domingo

Viñales

Puerto Plata

Havana
25.
Led a group of revolutionaries in toppling dictator Fulgencio Batista; made Cuba the communist state it is today.

Diego Velazquez de Cuellar

Fulgencio Batista

Carlos Manuel de Céspedes

Fidel Castro

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Answer 1
Answer:

Answer:

3. Ramón Matías Mella

4. Merengue

5. Rafael Trujillo

6. Fidel Castro

7. Salsa

8. encomienda

9. Sugar


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