The course is World Geography 101- The chapter is The Caribbean- 

Book used is: Les Rowntree, Martin Lewis, Marie Price and William Wyckoff, Globalization and Diversity: Geography of a Changing World Regions (Custom). 3rd Edition. New Jersey: Prentice Hall, 2011. 

I have 30 multiple choice questions. I have answered them but I am not 100% sure. I need to get all of them right. I need your help to review them and double check. 

Attached are the word file that has the questions and the answers are highlighted in yellow.

Caribbean (Chapter 5)
1. Which of the following is NOT a factor that has contributed to deforestation in the Caribbean?
a. population growth
b. commercial harvesting of lumber
c. sugarcane plantations
d. provide fuel
e. the accidental introduction of exotic caterpillars that killed forests throughout the region
2. According to your text, how did European colonialists in the Caribbean view forests?
a. as unproductive
b. as a beautiful environment
c. as a valuable resource worth preserving
d. as a barrier to travel
e. as a hunting ground
3. In which part of the Caribbean is the forest cover largely intact?
a. In no part of the Caribbean is the forest cover largely intact.
b. island states
c. Puerto Rico
d. throughout the region
e. rimland states
4.What was the most common number of crops grown under the plantation system of
a. five
b. ten
c. seven
d. one
e. two
5. What element of plantation life was missing from the Caribbean when Europeans established
the plantation economy there?
a. good weather
b. labor
c. land
d. a suitable commodity crop
e. market for the plantation crop
6. Which of the following islands is NOT part of the Greater Antilles?
a. Cuba
b. Bahamas
c. Hispaniola
d. Jamaica
e. Puerto Rico

7. What is the rimland of the Caribbean?
a. Panama
b. the Guyanas
c. the coastal zone of the mainland, beginning with Belize and extending along the coast of
Central America to northern South America
d. the countries of the Greater and Lesser Antilles
e. Belize and Costa Rica
8. Where do the hurricanes that are so prevalent in the Caribbean originate?
a. in the Pacific Ocean, just south of Guatemala
b. just east of the Lesser Antilles, in the Atlantic Ocean
c. off the coast of West Africa
d. in the Caribbean Sea, due east of Honduras
e. in the Gulf of Mexico near Miami, Florida
9. Which Caribbean countries have the lowest rates of natural increase in the region?
a. Cuba and Barbados
b. Guadelupe and Martinique
c. French Guiana and Suriname
d. Trinidad and Tobago
e. Guyana and Belize
10. What percentage of the Caribbean's population is contained on the four islands of the Greater
a. 97%
b. 37%
c. 87%
d. 57%
e. 27%
11. Which U.S. city has become the destination of choice for Cubans migrating to the United
a. New York City
b. Miami
c. Los Angeles
d. Houston
e. Chicago
12. From which country did the indentured workers who migrated to Guyana and Trinidad
a. Tanzania
b. Kenya
c. Ghana
d. China
e. India

13. Which pattern of emigration from the Caribbean is LEAST likely to occur?
a. A citizen of Barbados settles in the London suburb of Brixton.
b. A native of Suriname sets up housekeeping in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
c. A Haitian migrates to Liverpool, England.
d. A Cuban establishes residency in Miami, Florida.
e. A Puerto Rican moves to New York City.
14. Which of the following areas received the largest number of slaves between 1451 and 1870?
a. the British Caribbean
b. Spanish America
c. the French Caribbean
d. the Middle East
e. the Danish Caribbean
15. What is "indentured labor"?
a. another phrase for slavery
b. workers in technical fields
c. workers contracted to work on estates for a set period of time
d. professional workers specially recruited for niche positions
e. workers in dental offices
16. Which country of the Caribbean is one of the most urbanized in the region?
a. Belize
b. Puerto Rico
c. Haiti
d. Dominican Republic
e. Jamaica
17. Why were many cities of the Caribbean surrounded by walls?
a. to protect people from attacks by wild animals
b. to protect against attacks by indigenous peoples
c. to protect against raids from rival European powers and pirates
d. The walls were nothing more than copies of European architectural styles.
e. to protect against raids by Maroons
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18. Why are squatter settlements absent from Cuba?
a. The pace of urbanization was slow enough to enable private developers to build affordable
housing for migrants to the cities.
b. The government destroyed all squatter settlements and sent their residents back to the rural
c. The socialist government provides affordable apartments.
d. The government of Cuba prohibited rural-to-urban migration.

e. Local cultural norms do not condone squatter settlements.
19. What is creolization?
a. the development of a Caribbean-based cuisine (food preparation)
b. the creation of a distinctive Caribbean-style political system
c. the blending of African and European cultures in the Caribbean
d. the evolution of a Caribbean language family
e. the means by which Caribbean nations gained their independence
20. Maroon societies were composed of which group of people?
a. escaped slaves
b. Hindu immigrants to the Caribbean
c. European managers of plantations in the Caribbean
d. wealthy Caribbean landowners
e. Asian immigrants to the Caribbean
21. What well-known form of music is most closely associated with the Caribbean?
a. rock and roll
b. jazz
c. reggae
d. rap
e. heavy metal
22. From which part of Africa did the majority of slaves who were brought to the Caribbean
a. South Africa
b. East Africa
c. West Africa
d. the Horn of Africa
e. North Africa
23. What is the most common language in the Caribbean?
a. Spanish
b. English
c. Dutch
d. French
e. Portuguese
24. How much of its original forest cover has Haiti lost?
a. all of it
b. none of it
c. a little of it
d. most of it
e. half of it

25. What was the name of the official United States policy that held that the United States would
not tolerate European military involvement in the Western Hemisphere?
a. Manifest Destiny
b. the U.S. Constitution
c. the Great Society
d. the Monroe Doctrine
e. the New Deal
26. What is the political status of Puerto Rico?
a. It is a state of the Republic of the Greater Antilles.
b. It is a possession of the United States and its residents are U.S. citizens.
c. It is a possession of the United States, but its residents are not U.S. citizens.
d. It is a colony of Spain.
e. It is an independent country.
27. Which of the following is not a Crown Colony (a possession of Great Britain)?
a. Turcs and Caicos
b. Haiti
c. Cayman Islands
d. Anguilla
e. Montserrat
a. has succeeded in removing nearly all barriers to Caribbean trade.
b. was formed to set environmental standards for the Caribbean.
c. was formed by former British colonies.
d. was initiated in the late 1940s.
e. includes nearly all of the Caribbean nations.
29. What is the major attraction of offshore banking in the Caribbean?
a. many branches, convenient locations
b. a free gift with every new account
c. personalized banking
d. specialized services that are confidential and tax-exempt
e. all of the above
30. Historically, what crop has been the most important one in the Caribbean?
a. sugarcane
b. cocoa
c. bananas
d. wheat
e. coffee