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Title: Quiz Time!! AGAIN


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Quiz Time!! AGAIN
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  • 1. A major reason for the founding of the
    Maryland colony was to
  • a. establish a defensive buffer against Spanish
    colonies in the South
  • b. create a refuge for the Catholics
  • c. help the Protestants
  • d. allow Lord Baltimore to keep all the land for
    himself
  • e. repudiate the feudal way of life

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  • A major reason for the founding of the Maryland
    colony was to
  • a. establish a defensive buffer against Spanish
    colonies in the South
  • b. create a refuge for the Catholics
  • c. help the Protestants
  • d. allow Lord Baltimore to keep all the land for
    himself
  • e. repudiate the feudal way of life

4
  • 2. Marylands Act of Toleration
  • a. was issued by Lord Baltimore
  • b. abolished the death penalty
  • c. gave freedom only to Catholics
  • d. protected Jews and atheists
  • e. actually sanctioned less religious toleration
    than what previously existed

5
  • 2. Marylands Act of Toleration
  • a. was issued by Lord Baltimore
  • b. abolished the death penalty
  • c. gave freedom only to Catholics
  • d. protected Jews and atheists
  • e. actually sanctioned less religious toleration
    than what previously existed

6
  • 3. In Puritan doctrine, the elect were also
    referred to as
  • a. Separatists
  • b. patroons
  • c. visible saints
  • d. Pilgrims
  • d. Anglicans

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  • 3. In Puritan doctrine, the elect were also
    referred to as
  • a. Separatists
  • b. patroons
  • c. visible saints
  • d. Pilgrims
  • d. Anglicans

8
  • 4. According to Anne Hutchinson, a dissenter in
    Massachusetts Bay,
  • a. predestination was not a valid idea
  • b. the truly saved need not bother to obey the
    laws of God or man
  • c. antinomianism was heresy
  • d. direct revelation from God was impossible
  • e. a person needs only to obey the law of God

9
  • 4. According to Anne Hutchinson, a dissenter in
    Massachusetts Bay,
  • a. predestination was not a valid idea
  • b. the truly saved need not bother to obey the
    laws of God or man
  • c. antinomianism was heresy
  • d. direct revelation from God was impossible
  • e. a person needs only to obey the law of God

10
  • 5. As the founder of Rhode Island, Roger Williams
  • a. established religious freedom for all but
    Jews and Catholics
  • b. supported some types of special privileges
  • c. established complete religious freedom for
    all
  • d. demanded attendance at worship
  • e. became a very wealthy man

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  • 5. As the founder of Rhode Island, Roger Williams
  • a. established religious freedom for all but
    Jews and Catholics
  • b. supported some types of special privileges
  • c. established complete religious freedom for
    all
  • d. demanded attendance at worship
  • e. became a very wealthy man

12
  • 6. As a result of Englands Glorious Revolution
  • a. the Dominion of the New World collapsed
  • b. Sir Edmund Andros gained control over
    Massachusetts
  • c. Massachusetts regained its original charter
  • d. opposition to English rule in the colonies
    subsided
  • e. much blood was shed

13
  • 6. As a result of Englands Glorious Revolution
  • a. the Dominion of the New World collapsed
  • b. Sir Edmund Andros gained control over
    Massachusetts
  • c. Massachusetts regained its original charter
  • d. opposition to English rule in the colonies
    subsided
  • e. much blood was shed

14
  • 7. The middle colonies were notable for their
  • a. lack of good river transportation
  • b. unusual degree of democratic control
  • c. lack of industry
  • d. status as the least American of the
    colonies
  • e. established churches

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  • 7. The middle colonies were notable for their
  • a. lack of good river transportation
  • b. unusual degree of democratic control
  • c. lack of industry
  • d. status as the least American of the
    colonies
  • e. established churches

16
  • 8. Bacons rebellion was supported mainly by
  • a. young men frustrated by their inability to
    acquire land
  • b. the planter class in Virginia
  • c. those protesting the increased importation of
    African slaves
  • d. people from Jamestown only
  • e. the local Indians

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  • 8. Bacons rebellion was supported mainly b
  • a. young men frustrated by their inability to
    acquire land
  • b. the planter class in Virginia
  • c. those protesting the increased importation of
    African slaves
  • d. people from Jamestown only
  • e. the local Indians

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  • 9. As a result of Bacons Rebellion
  • a. African slavery was reduced
  • b. planters began to look for less troublesome
    laborers
  • c. Governor Berkeley was dismissed from office
  • d. Nathaniel Bacon was named to head the
    Virginia militia
  • e. better relations developed with local Indians.

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  • 9. As a result of Bacons Rebellion
  • a. African slavery was reduced
  • b. planters began to look for less troublesome
    laborers
  • c. Governor Berkeley was dismissed from office
  • d. Nathaniel Bacon was named to head the
    Virginia militia
  • e. better relations developed with local Indians.

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  • 10. The Half-Way Covenant
  • a. allowed full communion for all nonconverted
    members
  • b. strengthened the distinction between the
    elect and all others
  • c. brought an end to the Jeremiads of the
    Puritan ministers
  • d. resulted in a decrease in church members
  • e. admitted to baptism but not full membership
    the unconverted children of existing members.

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  • 10. The Half-Way Covenant
  • a. allowed full communion for all nonconverted
    members
  • b. strengthened the distinction between the
    elect and all others
  • c. brought an end to the Jeremiads of the
    Puritan ministers
  • d. resulted in a decrease in church members
  • e. admitted to baptism but not full membership
    the unconverted children of existing members.

22
  • 11. The special characteristics of New Englands
    population led to the observation that these
    colonists invented
  • a. premarital sex
  • b. grandparents
  • c. family life
  • d. religious piety
  • e womens rights

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  • 11. The special characteristics of New Englands
    population led to the observation that these
    colonists invented
  • a. premarital sex
  • b. grandparents
  • c. family life
  • d. religious piety
  • e womens rights

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  • 12. In contrast to the Chesapeake colonies, those
    in New England
  • a. had a more diversified economy
  • b. expanded westward in a less orderly fashion
  • c. had a more ethnically mixed population
  • d. were more oriented toward the individual than
    toward community interests
  • e. followed the land use pattern established by
    the local Indians

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  • 12. In contrast to the Chesapeake colonies, those
    in New England
  • a. had a more diversified economy
  • b. expanded westward in a less orderly fashion
  • c. had a more ethnically mixed population
  • d. were more oriented toward the individual than
    toward community interests
  • e. followed the land use pattern established by
    the local Indians

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  • 13. The major purpose of England's mercantilist
    policy was to
  • A. protect the infant industries of England's
    young colonies
  • B. increase England's prosperity
  • C. discourage other European powers from
    colonizing North America
  • D. reduce the need for an overseas empire
  • E. open the Atlantic to free trade

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  • 13. The major purpose of England's mercantilist
    policy was to
  • protect the infant industries of England's young
    colonies
  • B. increase England's prosperity
  • discourage other European powers from colonizing
    North America
  • reduce the need for an overseas empire
  • open the Atlantic to free trade

28
  • 14. (1988) Colonial cities functioned primarily
    as
  • A. Mercantile centers for collecting agricultural
    goods and distributing imported manufactured
    goods
  • B. places where most poor immigrants settled and
    worked as independent artisans
  • C. centers where large scale financial and
    banking operations were conducted
  • D. places to which wage earners commuted from
    numerous surrounding communities
  • E. centers of light manufacturing

29
  • 14. (1988) Colonial cities functioned primarily
    as
  • A. mercantile centers for collecting agricultural
    goods and distributing imported manufactured
    goods
  • paces where most poor immigrants settled and
    worked as independent artisans
  • centers where large scale financial and banking
    operations were conducted
  • places to which wage earners commuted from
    numerous surrounding communities
  • centers of light manufacturing

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  • 15. In the eighteenth century, colonial Virginia
    and colonial Massachusetts were most alike in
    that both
  • A. relied on the marketing of a single crop
  • B. were heavily dependent on slave labor
  • C. had an established Anglican church
  • D. were royal colonies
  • E. administered local government through justices
    of the peace

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  • 15. In the eighteenth century, colonial Virginia
    and colonial Massachusetts were most alike in
    that both
  • A. relied on the marketing of a single crop
  • B. were heavily dependent on slave labor
  • C. had an established Anglican church
  • D. were royal colonies
  • E. administered local government through justices
    of the peace

32
  • 16. The Dutch settled New Netherland primarily to
  • A. secure a refuge for the persecuted
  • B. check the growth of English colonies in North
    America
  • C. expand their commercial and mercantile network
  • D. gain colonies to produce agricultural
    surpluses
  • E. secure naval supplies

33
  • 16. The Dutch settled New Netherland primarily to
  • A. secure a refuge for the persecuted
  • B. check the growth of English colonies in North
    America
  • C. expand their commercial and mercantile network
  • D. gain colonies to produce agricultural
    surpluses
  • E. secure naval supplies

34
  • 17. Which of the following best explains why
    Massachusetts Bay officials banished Anne
    Hutchinson?
  • A. She challenged gender roles and Puritan
    orthodoxy
  • B. She was found guilty of practicing witchcraft
  • C. she preached the doctrine of predestination
  • D. She gave birth to a child out of wedlock
  • E. She opened an unlicensed tavern

35
  • 17. Which of the following best explains why
    Massachusetts Bay officials banished Anne
    Hutchinson?
  • A. She challenged gender roles and Puritan
    orthodoxy
  • B. She was found guilty of practicing witchcraft
  • C. she preached the doctrine of predestination
  • D. She gave birth to a child out of wedlock
  • E. She opened an unlicensed tavern

36
  • 18. Which of the following was a characteristic
    of colonial Pennsylvania?
  • a) There was no established church
  • b) Founder William Penn endorsed a policy of
    removing American Indians to the western region
    of the colony
  • c) Poor farmland in the back country aggravated
    the colony's economic woes
  • d) all white males could vote
  • e) The office of governor was an elective post

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  • 18. Which of the following was a characteristic
    of colonial Pennsylvania?
  • a) There was no established church
  • b) Founder William Penn endorsed a policy of
    removing American Indians to the western region
    of the colony
  • c) Poor farmland in the back country aggravated
    the colony's economic woes
  • d) all white males could vote
  • e) The office of governor was an elective post
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