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Chapter Three ReviewThe English Colony Edition
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1. Why was the Toleration Act of 1649
significant to Americas development?
  • A. It proved that conflicts over beliefs about
    God can be solved once-and-for-all by human
    beings. B. It provided an example of how a
    representative democracy can pass laws in a fair
    and just manner.
  • C. It symbolized the American value of
    protecting the freedom of individuals and
    minority groups.
  • D. It stopped all conflicts between Catholics
    and Protestants and united them as American
    patriots.

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C. It symbolized the American value of
protecting the freedom of individuals and
minority groups.
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2. Why did the population of Jamestown plummet
between 1609 and the spring of 1610?
  • A. Infertile soil caused many settlers to seek
    better farmland in the middle colonies.
  • B. A combination of famine, disease, and a harsh
    winter killed many in the colony.
  • C. The London Company closed the settlement
    because it wasnt making a profit.
  • D. The Algonquian Indians attacked and burned
    down much of the colony.

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B. A combination of famine, disease, and a harsh
winter killed many in the colony.
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3. Which was a factor in the Virginia
colonists decision to use slave labor?
  • a. They could purchase more land if they put more
    slaves to work.
  • b. The cost of purchasing slaves had fallen
    dramatically.
  • c. There had not been a significant slave
    rebellion in the northern colonies.
  • d. There were not enough indentured servants to
    meet the high demand for workers.

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d. There were not enough indentured servants to
meet the high demand for workers.
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4. The Mayflower Compact could best be
described as
  • a. a detailed list of reasons why the Pilgrims
    left England for the United States.
  • b. a trade contract between Great Britain and
    merchants in the Virginia colony.
  • c. an early attempt at self-government in the
    English colonies.
  • d. a basic agreement requiring colonists to obey
    Virginia law.

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c. an early attempt at self-government in the
English colonies.
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5. Which statement is TRUE of the Southern
colonies in the late 1600s?
  • a. The important cash crops were tobacco, rice,
    and indigo.
  • b. African servants lived separately from white
    indentured servants.
  • c. Skilled craftspeople were essential to the
    economy.
  • d. There were many large factories and industries
    on the farms of the South

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a. The important cash crops were tobacco, rice,
and indigo.
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6. How were the middle colonies different from
the northern and southern colonies?
  • a. Generous land grants and religious tolerance
    brought people to the middle colonies.
  • b. Many of the colonists were there for the fur
    trading business
  • c. There were a lot of minerals in the ground for
    use by jewelers
  • d. Most colonists there suffered religious
    persecution.

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a. Generous land grants and religious tolerance
brought people to the middle colonies.
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7. In large part, who filled the growing labor
needs of the economy of the middle colonies?
  • a. Slaves
  • b. Apprentices
  • c. Indentured servants
  • d. Skilled craftsmen

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c. Indentured servants
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8. What product was so valuable in the South,
that it was sometimes used as money?
  • a. Corn
  • b. Wheat
  • c. Tobacco
  • d. Rice

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c. Tobacco
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9. What was the objective of the English Bill
of Rights?
  • a. to limit the power of the English Parliament
  • b. to reduce the power of the English Monarch
  • c. to end the taxation of colonies without their
    consent
  • d. to require colonists to trade only with England

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b. to reduce the power of the English Monarch
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10. What was the Great Awakening?
  • a. a movement of thinkers who believed in the
    idea that reason and logic could improve social
    and political life
  • b. the migration of thousands of English people
    to the New England colonies and the Caribbean
    islands
  • c. the series of witchcraft trials in which
    groups of young girls accused church ministers of
    casting spells
  • d. a religious movement that swept through the
    colonies and changed colonial religion, society,
    and politics

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d. a religious movement that swept through the
colonies and changed colonial religion, society,
and politics
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11. From the late 1600s to the early 1700s,
colonists did all of the following to undermine
British restrictions on trade, EXCEPT
  • a. complain to representatives of the Crown.
  • b. smuggle sugar, molasses, and rum into the
    colonies.
  • c. trade with plantation owners in the West
    Indies.
  • d. charge taxes on goods exported to England.

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d. charge taxes on goods exported to England.
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12. What was the turning point of the French
and Indian War?
  • a. British victory at Quebec
  • b. Colonial victory at Toronto
  • c. French victory at New Orleans
  • d. Spanish victory at New York

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a. British victory at Quebec
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13. What was the purpose of the series of
Navigation Acts passed by Parliament between 1650
and 1696?
  • a. to require colonists to do their trading only
    with England
  • b. to establish duties, or taxes, on items
    exported to the colonies
  • c. to benefit the colonists by promoting a spirit
    of free trade
  • d. to give England freedom to buy and sell goods
    in any market

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a. to require colonists to do their trading only
with England
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14. Which of the following colonies was
established as a debtors colony?
  • a. Georgia
  • b. Virginia
  • c. Rhode Island
  • d. Delaware

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a. Georgia
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15. Which of the following churches did the
Puritans want to purify or reform?
  • a. Catholic Church
  • b. Anglican Church
  • c. Mormon Church
  • d. Presbyterian Church

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b. Anglican Church
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16. The first attempt at an English colony on
the North American continent was at ?
  • a. Massachusetts Bay
  • b. Roanoke
  • c. Plymouth
  • d. Chesapeake Bay

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b. Roanoke
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17. Why were joint-stock companies a good way
of financing new colonies in North America?
  • a. This type of financing guaranteed that the
    colony would be a success and make a profit for
    the investors.
  • b. Groups of people invested in the new colonies
    reducing the amount of loss if the colony did not
    make it, but also reducing the profit if the
    colony brings in a lot of income
  • c. The investors never had to worry about losing
    their investment.
  • d. All of these choices

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b. Groups of people invested in the new colonies
reducing the amount of loss if the colony did not
make it, but also reducing the profit if the
colony brings in a lot of income
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18. Families in New England often sent their
young sons off to learn skilled trades such as
printing, shipbuilding, weaving, blacksmithing,
etc. from experienced workers. Which of the
following is what these young men were known as?
  • a. Novices
  • b. Journeymen
  • c. Apprentices
  • d. Craftsmen

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c. Apprentices
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19. Which of the following was the colony that
was founded as a religious refuge for Quakers?
  • a. Maryland
  • b. Plymouth
  • c. Pennsylvania
  • d. Rhode Island

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c. Pennsylvania
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20. The group in Massachusetts that was most
like the Virginia House of Burgesses was called
the
  • a. Virginia Company of Plymouth
  • b. New England Way
  • c. Massachusetts Bay Company
  • d. General Court

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d. General Court
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21. Who brought the first enslaved Africans to
Virginia in 1619?
  • a. the French
  • b. the English
  • c. the Germans
  • d. the Dutch

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d. the Dutch
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22. What was a person called that signed a
contract to work four to seven for someone, in
return for a free journey to the Americas?
  • a. a slave
  • b. a plantationeer
  • c. an indentured servant
  • d. an encomienda

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c. an indentured servant
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23. In order to provide law and order in their
colony, the Pilgrims signed an agreement known as
the
  • a. Fundamental Orders of Connecticut
  • b. House of Burgesses
  • c. Mayflower Compact
  • d. Magna Carta

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c. Mayflower Compact
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24. The Toleration Act of 1649 made it a crime
to restrict the religious freedom of
  • a. Slaves
  • b. Christians
  • c. Muslims
  • d. Indentured servants

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b. Christians
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25. A person who leaves a country they were
born in to move to another country is
  • a. an alien
  • b. a smuggler
  • c. an intruder
  • d. an immigrant

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d. an immigrant
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26. The massive exodus of 40,000 people from
England to the Caribbean Islands and New England
between 1629 and 1640 was called
  • a. the Middle Passage
  • b. the Glorious Revolution
  • c. the Great Migration
  • d. the Gargantuan Immigration

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c. the Great Migration
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27. The exchange of rum, sugar, molasses, and
slaves between Africa, the West Indies, andNew
England was known as
  • a. smuggling
  • b. the Middle Passage
  • c. triangular trade
  • d. slave trade

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c. triangular trade
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28. Which early colonial region had almost no
large cities?
  • a. the New England Colonies
  • b. the Southern Colonies
  • c. the Middle Colonies
  • d. all of the above

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b. the Southern Colonies
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29. Which of the following means a two-house
legislature?
  • a. Cameral
  • b. Bicameral
  • c. Unicameral
  • d. Polycameral

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b. Bicameral
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30. Which of the following is considered by
many historians to be the Father of American
Democracy?
  • a. Roger Williams
  • b. John White
  • c. Thomas Hooker
  • d. Samuel Adams

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c. Thomas Hooker
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31. In which colonial region was agriculture
the MOST important?
  • a. the New England Colonies
  • b. the Southern Colonies
  • c. the Middle Colonies
  • d. All of these choices

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b. the Southern Colonies
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32. Which of the following did King George III
of England issue to stop the colonial settlers
from moving into what had been traditional Native
American lands?
  • a. The Townshend Acts 1766
  • b. The Proclamation of 1763
  • c. The Issuance of 1767
  • d. The Declaration of 1773

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b. The Proclamation of 1763
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33. Who founded the colony of Rhode Island
after being told to leave Massachusetts because
of his criticism of their way of doing things?
  • a. John Rolfe
  • b. George Calvert
  • c. Thomas Hooker
  • d. Roger Williams

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d. Roger Williams
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34. Which of the following is the oldest
college or university established in the English
colonies?
  • a. Yale
  • b. Harvard
  • c. Brown
  • d. William and Mary

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b. Harvard
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35. What was the name of the economic system
that England and many other European countries
practiced during colonial times by creating and
maintaining wealth through carefully controlled
trade?
  • a. Capitalism
  • b. Monetary
  • c. Free enterprise
  • d. Mercantilism

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d. Mercantilism
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36. What were enslaved Africans who were
transported to the West Indies as a part of the
Middle Passage of Triangular Trade exchanged for?
  • a. Rum and Iron
  • b. Guns and tobacco
  • c. Gold and Silver
  • d. Sugar and Molasses

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d. Sugar and Molasses
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37. What was the movement which took place
during the 1700s in which the idea that reason
and logic could improve society?
  • a. The Brightening
  • b. The Enlightenment
  • c. The Scientific Method
  • d. The Great Experiment

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b. The Enlightenment
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38. Who was the English philosopher that
believed people had natural rights such as
equality and liberty?
  • a. Benjamin Franklin
  • b. Jonathan Edwards
  • c. Socrates
  • d. John Locke

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d. John Locke
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39. What was considered to be the center of
politics in New England?
  • a. The Town Meeting
  • b. The Plantation Owners
  • c. The General Court
  • d. The House of Burgesses

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a. The Town Meeting
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40. In which colony did the General Court order
that a school be founded in every township of 50
families?
  • a. Connecticut
  • b. Rhode Island
  • c. Maryland
  • d. Massachusetts

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d. Massachusetts
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41. What was brought to the Americas from
Africa on the second leg of Triangular Trade?
  • a. Rum
  • b. Sugar
  • c. Slaves
  • d. Iron

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c. Slaves
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42. Which of the following regions of colonies
was united under one government, led by Sir
Edmund Andros in 1686, because King James II
wanted more control over the English government
and began with the Dominion of
  • a. The Southern Colonies
  • b. The New England Colonies
  • c. The Middle Colonies
  • d. English Colonies

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b. The New England Colonies
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43. What was the journey across the Atlantic
Ocean from West Africa to the West Indies or the
American colonies called?
  • a. Triangular Trade
  • b. Great Awakening
  • c. African Diaspora
  • d. Middle Passage

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d. Middle Passage
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44. Which of the colonial regions had the
greatest amount of diversity among its citizens?
  • a. Southern Colonies
  • b. New England Colonies
  • c. Middle Colonies
  • d. Backcountry

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c. Middle Colonies
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45. Why was King Philips War fought in North
America?
  • a. King Philip was upset about Frances actions
    in the Midwest
  • b. King Philip was upset about Portugals actions
    in the Ohio Valley region
  • c. King Philip was upset about Spains actions in
    the Southern Colonies
  • d. King Philip was upset about the English
    colonists wishes to take Indian land

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d. King Philip was upset about the English
colonists wishes to take Indian land
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46. Why didnt French want the British moving
into the Ohio River Valley in the mid-1700s?
  • a. They didnt want to give up control of the
    Ohio River travel
  • b. They did not want the British moving into the
    area and endangering their fur trade
  • c. They felt that the British would upset the
    Spanish who were sharing the area with the French
  • d. They thought that the British would keep
    colonists from moving into the area which would
    hurt the French merchants business

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b. They did not want the British moving into the
area and endangering their fur trade
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47. What important freedom came about when
John Peter Zenger was found not guilty in his
trial brought about for printing a false
statement that damaged the reputation of the
governor of New York?
  • a. Freedom of Religion
  • b. Freedom of the Press
  • c. Freedom of Speech
  • d. Freedom of Politicians

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b. Freedom of the Press
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48. What were the purpose of slave codes?
  • a. to protect slaves from abuse
  • b. to list where slaves could travel to
  • c. to control the slaves
  • d. to give slaves a secret language they could
    communicate in

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c. to control the slaves
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49. Why was Pontiacs Rebellion fought in 1763?
  • a. He was upset about Ford moving into the area
  • b. He was mad that his sister had married the
    tobacco inventor John Rolfe
  • c. He was extremely upset about the increased
    taxes by the English Parliament
  • d. He was against the British settlements into
    the areas known as the Backcountry or the Ohio
    River Valley

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d. He was against the British settlements into
the areas known as the Backcountry or the Ohio
River Valley
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50. What were the two main reasons that Bacons
Rebellion began?
  • a. Policies toward Native Americans and higher
    taxes
  • b. The Tea Act and the Stamp Act
  • c. Native American attacks and lack of clean
    drinking water
  • d. That the Native Americans had become allies
    with the French and they were not sharing their
    food

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a. Policies toward Native Americans and higher
taxes
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51. What occurred during the early 1690s in
Salem, Massachusetts that led to the death of 19
people?
  • a. Native American attacks on Salem and abuse
    toward them by colonists
  • b. The poisoning of food by some of the colonists
    killing 19 Native American children
  • c. Trials involving witchcraft with many being
    found guilty and 19 put to death
  • d. Fires which had been set purposely to try and
    burn Salem down with 19 people dying

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c. Trials involving witchcraft with many being
found guilty and 19 put to death
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52. What was the first permanent English colony
in North America?
  • a. Plymouth
  • b. Jamestown
  • c. Roanoke
  • d. Providence

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b. Jamestown
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53. What was the first representative assembly
found in the English Colonies that was
established in 1619?
  • a. The Fundamental Orders of Connecticut
  • b. The Mayflower Compact
  • c. The House of Burgesses
  • d. General Court

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c. The House of Burgesses
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54. James Oglethorpe had this vision for
Georgia with it having an economy based upon
  • a. tobacco farming
  • b. small independent farming
  • c. plantation farming
  • d. cash crop farming

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b. small independent farming
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55. Which of the following was NOT part of the
Treaty of Paris of 1763, which ended the French
and Indian War?
  • a. France gave all of Canada to the British
  • b. Britain received the Ohio River Valley from
    France
  • c. All lands east of the Mississippi except for
    New Orleans was given to the British by the
    French
  • d. Britain received Florida from Spain which had
    allied with the French in an earlier treaty

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b. Britain received the Ohio River Valley from
France
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56. The Native Americans trusted which of the
following groups the most?
  • a. French
  • b. English
  • c. Spanish
  • d. Portuguese

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a. French
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57. Which of the following is NOT TRUE about
the colonies of Jamestown and Plymouth?
  • a. Native Americans helped both colonies to
    survive
  • b. Both colonies were started for religious
    reasons
  • c. At least half of the first colonists at each
    place died from diseases
  • d. Some self-government existed in each of these
    colonies

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b. Both colonies were started for religious
reasons
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58. Which of the following is true about the
colonies at Jamestown, Plymouth, and
Massachusetts Bay?
  • a. All of these colonies were financed by
    joint-stock companies
  • b. The settlers in all of these colonies spent
    their time searching for gold
  • c. These colonies were all owned by the colonists
    themselves
  • d. All three of these colonies were Royal Colonies

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a. All of these colonies were financed by
joint-stock companies
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59. Which was NOT a reason why fishing and
trade became important economic activities in New
England?
  • a. It was difficult for New Englanders to grow
    enough crops to make a living.
  • b. Some of the world's best fishing grounds were
    off New England's coast.
  • c. The Middle Passage brought enslaved Africans
    to New England's cities to be sold.
  • d. The wood from New England's forests made
    excellent ships.

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c. The Middle Passage brought enslaved Africans
to New England's cities to be sold.
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60. Why was farming NOT as profitable in New
England as it was in the Middle and Southern
Colonies
  • a. New Englands soil was poorer
  • b. New Englands growing season was shorter
  • c. New Englands farms were smaller
  • d. All of these choices

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d. All of these choices
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61. Which of the following was a Separatist
group that left England wanting to escape
religious persecution in the early 1600s?
  • a. Puritans
  • b. Pinheads
  • c. Pirates
  • d. Pilgrims

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d. Pilgrims
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62. Which of the following were NOT part of the
Navigation Acts?
  • a. That all slaves coming to the colonies had to
    first be offered to England
  • b. That all shipping had to be done in English
    ships or ships made in the English colonies
  • c. That goods such as cotton, tobacco, wood and
    sugar could only be traded or sold to England
  • d. Europeans imports had to pass through English
    ports so a duty or tax could be placed on the
    goods.

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a. That all slaves coming to the colonies had to
first be offered to England
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63. What did the colonies of New Jersey and
Pennsylvania have in common?
  • a. Additional colonies was found from land in
    each of these colonies
  • b. Each colony was owned by a joint-stock company
    from England
  • c. Each colony had major trouble with Native
    Americans that prevented the colonies from
    growing
  • d. Both colonies granted religious freedom to the
    people who lived there

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d. Both colonies granted religious freedom to the
people who lived there
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64. Why did many English Catholics come to
America in the 1600s?
  • A. to found a proprietary colony in a southern
    region of the New World
  • B. to provide assistance to Catholic countries
    such as France and Spain
  • C. to protest Englands separation from the
    Roman Catholic Church
  • D. to escape a kingdom that did not allow them to
    worship freely

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D. to escape a kingdom that did not allow them to
worship freely
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65. How did the Powhatan Confederacy help the
Jamestown colonists?
  • A. The Powhatan showed the colonists how to build
    better housing with adobe.
  • B. The Powhatan taught the colonists how to grow
    North American crops such as corn.
  • C. The Powhatan worked as indentured servants on
    plantations and farms.
  • D. The Powhatan introduced a rare kind of tobacco
    that became popular in England.

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B. The Powhatan taught the colonists how to grow
North American crops such as corn.
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66. How did the London Companys headright
system work?
  • A. It encouraged colonists to move to Virginia by
    giving 50 acres of land per person to individuals
    and groups who paid their own way.
  • B. It invited colonists to bring servants and
    relatives to Virginia by discounting fares for
    every additional person brought from England.
  • C. It motivated colonists to stay in Virginia by
    promising 50 acres of land to anyone who devoted
    ten years to plantation work.
  • D. It attracted farmers, carpenters, and hunters
    to Virginia by paying their way and guaranteeing
    them work.

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A. It encouraged colonists to move to Virginia by
giving 50 acres of land per person to individuals
and groups who paid their own way.
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67. Which quotation best expresses the point of
view of a New England colonist on education?
  • a. All children need to learn to read, write,
    and do arithmetic.
  • b. All children need to be able to read the
    Bible.
  • c. Trade is important to our community, which
    means people have to be able to make simple
    calculations.
  • d. Only a literate community can keep a record
    of its successes and failures for the benefit of
    future generations.

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b. All children need to be able to read the
Bible.
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68. Anne Hutchinson believed that people could
have a relationship with God without guidance
from ministers. Why did that belief anger Puritan
church leaders?
  • a. Her idea challenged their views on religious
    toleration.
  • b. Her idea posed a threat to their authority in
    the community.
  • c. They didnt believe that women should serve as
    ministers.
  • d. They were certain she was a witch who should
    be put on trial.

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b. Her idea posed a threat to their authority in
the community.
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69. What contribution did slaves make to the
economy of the middle colonies?
  • a. They planted and harvested cash crops in the
    rocky soil.
  • b. They worked in cities at skilled crafts such
    as blacksmithing and carpentry.
  • c. They helped women run clothing and grocery
    shops.
  • d. They earned money for their owners by selling
    products such as butter.

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b. They worked in cities at skilled crafts such
as blacksmithing and carpentry.
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70. Which of the following insects filled the
marshes near Jamestown killing more than
two-thirds of the colonies original settlers?
  • a. Flies
  • b. Bees
  • c. Mosquitoes
  • d. Lice

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c. Mosquitoes
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71. How did trade support the economy of the
middle colonies?
  • a. Merchants traded indigo from Pennsylvania for
    barley and oats from the South.
  • b. Merchants sold dried corn and corn meal grown
    in Pennsylvania and New Jersey.
  • c. Merchants imported large quantities of
    molasses from Britain and the West Indies.
  • d. Merchants in Philadelphia and New York City
    exported wheat to foreign markets.

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d. Merchants in Philadelphia and New York City
exported wheat to foreign markets.
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72. The staple crops that supported the middle
colonists included
  • a. corn, tomatoes, and tobacco.
  • b. wheat, oats, and barley.
  • c. corn, indigo, and tobacco.
  • d. wheat, rice, and barley.

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b. wheat, oats, and barley.
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73. What town was burned to the ground during
Bacons Rebellion?
  • a. Jamestown
  • b. Charles Town
  • c. Plymouth
  • d. Philadelphia

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a. Jamestown
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74. George Calvert, who helped establish the
colony of Maryland, was also known as
  • a. Duke of York
  • b. Prince of Proprietor
  • c. Lord Baltimore
  • d. Prince Henry

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c. Lord Baltimore
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75. What was the name of the ship that left
England on September 16, 1620 with many Pilgrims
on it headed toward Virginia, but later landed
way North of that spot?
  • a. Nina
  • b. Pinta
  • c. Mayflower
  • d. Santa Maria

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c. Mayflower
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76. Which of the following original colonies
later split into two separate colonies in 1712?
  • a. Georgia
  • b. Virginia
  • c. Dakota
  • d. Carolina

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d. Carolina
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77. Which of the following treaties ended the
French and Indian War?
  • a. The Treaty of Ghent
  • b. The Treaty of Paris
  • c. The Treaty of Rome
  • d. The Treaty of London

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b. The Treaty of Paris
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78. In order to try and keep peace with the
Powhatan Indians, John Rolfe married the Powhatan
chiefs daughter
  • a. Sacagawea
  • b. Jesisia
  • c. Pocahontas
  • d. Hiawatha

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c. Pocahontas
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79. The high-grade tobacco that the Jamestown
colonists learned to grow and sell for a profit,
was first developed by
  • a. John White
  • b. John Rolfe
  • c. John Wayne
  • d. John Smith

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b. John Rolfe
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80. What minister left Massachusetts and helped
begin another New England colony called
Connecticut??
  • a. Roger Williams
  • b. Thomas Hooker
  • c. John Winthrop
  • d. George Whitefield

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b. Thomas Hooker
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81. Which group did NOT participate in New
Englands early economy?
  • a. merchants
  • b. shipbuilders
  • c. manufacturers
  • d. fisherman

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c. Manufacturers
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82. For what group of people was the colony of
Maryland established for?
  • a. Catholics
  • b. Mormons
  • c. Quakers
  • d. Christians

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a. Catholics
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83. After the English took over New Netherland
from the Dutch, who became the colonys new
proprietor?
  • a. King Charles of Worcestershire
  • b. Lord of Holland
  • c. Prince Paul of Patoka
  • d. Duke of York

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d. Duke of York
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84. Roger Williams granted freedom of religion to
Quakers and other religious groups who settled in
which of the following colonies?
  • a. Connecticut
  • b. Rhode Island
  • c. New York
  • d. New Jersey

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b. Rhode Island
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85. Samoset and what other Native American helped
the Pilgrims learn the skills they needed to
survive during their first year in the new colony?
  • a. Pocahontas
  • b. Squanto
  • c. Sacagawea
  • d. Silvermoon

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b. Squanto
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86. Which of the following economic activities
did the most people of the New England Colonies
participate in?
  • a. Farming
  • b. Manufacturing
  • c. Fishing
  • d. Trade

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a. Farming
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87. Which people began the colony of New
Netherland?
  • a. English
  • b. Spanish
  • c. Dutch
  • d. French

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c. Dutch
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88. Another name for people known as Society of
Friends is
  • a. Catholics
  • b. Quakers
  • c. Baptists
  • d. Puritans

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b. Quakers
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89. What was most of the Souths economy based
upon?
  • a. Manufacturing
  • b. Mining
  • c. Distilling
  • d. Agriculture

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d. Agriculture
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90. Who was the leader of the Puritan group that
left England for Massachusetts in 1630?
  • a. Benjamin Franklin
  • b. John Peter Zenger
  • c. John Winthrop
  • d. Roger Williams

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c. John Winthrop
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91. What city did William Penn name that meant,
city of brotherly love?
  • a. Pittsburg
  • b. Philadelphia
  • c. Providence
  • d. Plymouth

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b. Philadelphia
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92. Which of the following Native American groups
helped the settlers survive at Jamestown?
  • a. Inuit
  • b. Powhatan
  • c. Cherokee
  • d. Iroquois

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b. Powhatan
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93. Who was the Wampanoag chief whose tribe
helped the settlers survive at Plymouth?
  • a. Pocahontas
  • b. Crazy Horse
  • c. Hiawatha
  • d. Massasoit

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d. Massasoit
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94. Where did women have the most legal rights?
  • a. Southern Colonies
  • b. Middle Colonies
  • c. New England Colonies
  • d. England

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c. New England Colonies
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95. The defeat of a young officer named George
Washington at this fort began the French and
Indian War.
  • a. Fort Ticonderoga
  • b. Fort Necessity
  • c. Fort Sumter
  • d. Fort Destination

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b. Fort Necessity
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SHORT ANSWER QUESTIONS Name the Four New
England Coloniesa) _____________________________
_____ b) ____________________________________
c) __________________________________ d)
____________________________________Name the
Four Middle Colonies.a) _________________________
_________ b) _________________________________
___c) __________________________________ d)
____________________________________Name the
Five Southern Colonies.a) _______________________
___________ b) _______________________________
_____c) __________________________________
d) ____________________________________e)
__________________________________
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Name the Four New England Colonies.a)
Connecticut b) Rhode Islandc) Massachusetts
d) New HampshireName the Four Middle
Colonies.a) New York b) New Jerseyc)
Pennsylvania d) DelawareName the Five
Southern Colonies.a) Virginia b) Georgiac)
Maryland d) South Carolinae) North Carolna
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OPEN RESPONSE QUESTION Prepare your answer in
advance so you will be ready for the test on
Wednesday.You and your family are leaving
Europe and moving to America. You are moving
during the colonization period between the years
of 1605 and 1770. You need to make a decision
about which of the three colonial regions you are
moving to. Are you choosing the New England,
Southern or Middle Colonies? A. Choose a
colonial region.B. Give detailed information
and reasons why you have chosen the region that
you did. Your answer should include at least
SIX of the following location, geography,
climate, economy, social life, education,
religion and government.
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