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Which of the following were reasons for English colonization? A) religious tensions B) population increases C) enclosure system D) strict criminal code E)B & C F) all of the above
___________________ was one of the leaders of the 1st Great Awakening that wrote about Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God. A)Charles Grandison Finney B) Jonathan Edwards C) John Humphreys D) John Smith
Through a combination of daring, brutality, and greed, the conquistadors: A) made possible the creation of a Spanish empire in America. B) brought capitalism to Mexico. C) founded St. Augustine. D) introduced African slavery into America.
The first and perhaps most profound result of the meeting of native and European cultures were the: A)exchange of plants and animals. B) importation of European diseases. C) native adoption of European ways of waging war. D) intermarriage of Europeans and natives.
According to the theory of mercantilism, a nation could be made strong by: A)exporting more than it imported. B) building up a large standing army. C) defeating its neighbors in war. D) importing more than it exported.
The first successful English settlement was: A)Roanoke B)Jamestown C) Plymouth D) St. Augustine
One of the biggest problems during the first years of the Jamestown settlements was: A)the unwillingness of colonists to grow food. B) fights over the colony's few white women. C) attacks by Indian neighbors. D) battles between slave-owners and non-slave-owners.
Captain John Smith helped Jamestown survive when he: A) divided the duties and privileges of leadership among several members of a council. B) imposed work and order on the colony no work, no food. C) ended raids perpetrated on neighboring Indian villages to steal food and kidnap natives. D) divided the colony's profits among the stockholders.
Which of the following were considered the southern colonies? A)GA, SC, NC, TN & FL B) MD, RI, VA C)MA, MD, SC, NC & VA D) VA, MD, NC, SC, GA
The ________________ was the hardest segment of the voyage for African Americans from the West Coast of Africa to the American colonies. A)Middle Passage B) Tight Package C) Loose Passage D) Navigation Acts
What was the response of the Stamp Act and the Townshend Duties? a.non-compliance and boycotts of British goods b. smuggling from Italian merchants c.noisy protests at first, then quiet surrender d. the Declaration of Independence by the Stamp Act Congress
The Coercive Acts or "Intolerable Acts": a. isolated Massachusetts from the other colonies. b. made Massachusetts a martyr in the eyes of other colonies. c. created no concern among any group other than merchants. d. increased the power of colonial assemblies.
Thomas Paines __________________ pamphlet encouraged the colonists to break free from British rule when it stated why is a continent being ruled by an island? a.Common Sense b. Federalist Papers c.Circular Letter d. Albany Plan
Why was the slavery issue omitted from the final draft of the Declaration of Independence? a. Thomas Jefferson and the others on the committee did not want to free their slaves b. The members of the committee were afraid of making the southern states angry and forcing them to remain loyal to Great Britain c. It was implied that the slaves were free in the phrase all men are created equal. d. The abolishment of slavery was never even an issue discussed in the committee
Colonists argued that the Stamp Act was not proper because: a.it affected only a few people, so the burden was not shared. b. the money raised would not be spent in the colonies. c.the tax was too high. d. colonies could be internally taxed only by their elected assemblies.
The Boston Massacre: a. was probably the result of panic and confusion by British soldiers. b. reversed the calming trend that had occurred after the repeal of the Townshend Acts. c. made John Adams a leader of the resistance. d. killed over thirty members of the resistance.
After Pontiacs Rebellion, Sir Jeffrey Amherst established the ______________________ that kept British settlers from entering into Indian Territory of the Ohio River Valley. a. Declaratory Line b. Proclamation Line c. Tributary Line d. Mason-Dixon Line