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What was England’s first permanent settlement in North America? A.Roanoke B.Plymouth C.Savannah D.Jamestown.

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1 What was England’s first permanent settlement in North America? A.Roanoke B.Plymouth C.Savannah D.Jamestown

2 What was England’s first permanent settlement in North America? A.Roanoke B.Plymouth C.Savannah D.Jamestown

3 The Pilgrims settled in Plymouth, Massachusetts. They lived in a A.Southern colony. B.New England colony. C.Middle colony. D.Royal colony.

4 The Pilgrims settled in Plymouth, Massachusetts. They lived in a A.Southern colony. B.New England colony. C.Middle colony. D.Royal colony.

5 The Middle Colonies featured A.more slavery than the other colonies. B.very strict rules about religion. C.hard, rocky soil that made farming difficult. D.a large amount of diversity, with people from many different countries.

6 The Middle Colonies featured A.more slavery than the other colonies. B.very strict rules about religion. C.hard, rocky soil that made farming difficult. D.a large amount of diversity, with people from many different countries.

7 Which region had the strictest views about religion? A.New England B.Georgia C.The Southern Colonies D.The Middle Colonies

8 Which region had the strictest views about religion? A.New England B.Georgia C.The Southern Colonies D.The Middle Colonies

9 Early colonists who lived along the coast relied on A.hunting animals. B.the fur trade. C.cash crops. D.fishing and shipping.

10 Early colonists who lived along the coast relied on A.hunting animals. B.the fur trade. C.cash crops. D.fishing and shipping.

11 What activity was most important to the Virginia Colony’s early economy? A.Fur trading B.Fishing and whaling C.Gold and silver mining D.Tobacco farming

12 What activity was most important to the Virginia Colony’s early economy? A.Fur trading B.Fishing and whaling C.Gold and silver mining D.Tobacco farming

13 People who could not afford to come to North America on their own often agreed to work for 7 years in order to earn ship’s passage. These people were called A.slaves. B.indentured servants. C.debtors. D.artisans.

14 People who could not afford to come to North America on their own often agreed to work for 7 years in order to earn ship’s passage. These people were called A.slaves. B.indentured servants. C.debtors. D.artisans.

15 Which group of colonies had large plantations of cotton and tobacco? A.New England B.Middle C.Southern D.Western

16 Which group of colonies had large plantations of cotton and tobacco? A.New England B.Middle C.Southern D.Western

17 Which colony was started by James Oglethorpe as a refuge for people who had been in debtor’s prison? A.Virginia B.Massachusetts C.Georgia D.Rhode Island

18 Which colony was started by James Oglethorpe as a refuge for people who had been in debtor’s prison? A.Virginia B.Massachusetts C.Georgia D.Rhode Island

19 This region was home to the two biggest cities in colonial times, Philadelphia and New York. A.Middle Colonies B.New England C.Southern Colonies D.Massachusetts Bay Colony

20 This region was home to the two biggest cities in colonial times, Philadelphia and New York. A.Middle Colonies B.New England C.Southern Colonies D.Massachusetts Bay Colony

21 A colonist living in South Carolina MOST LIKELY relied on A.fish markets. B.cash crops. C.fur trading. D.gold mining.

22 A colonist living in South Carolina MOST LIKELY relied on A.fish markets. B.cash crops. C.fur trading. D.gold mining.

23 Why was slavery less important in the Middle and New England colonies? A.They relied heavily on cash crops. B.They did not rely as heavily on cash crops. C.Slavery was equally important in all colonial regions. D.They did not do any farming.

24 Why was slavery less important in the Middle and New England colonies? A.They relied heavily on cash crops. B.They did not rely as heavily on cash crops. C.Slavery was equally important in all colonial regions. D.They did not do any farming.

25 Where did most enslaved Africans work in the Southern Colonies? A.In port cities. B.On plantations. C.In artisans’ shops. D.On whaling ships.

26 Where did most enslaved Africans work in the Southern Colonies? A.In port cities. B.On plantations. C.In artisans’ shops. D.On whaling ships.

27 Why was farming in the Middle Colonies a better economic choice than farming in New England? A.The soil in the Middle Colonies was more fertile and the climate was better. B.The cost of shipping goods to England from the Middle Colonies was cheaper. C.The cost of grain was lower in the Middle Colonies. D.The food grown in the Middle Colonies tasted better.

28 Why was farming in the Middle Colonies a better economic choice than farming in New England? A.The soil in the Middle Colonies was more fertile and the climate was better. B.The cost of shipping goods to England from the Middle Colonies was cheaper. C.The cost of grain was lower in the Middle Colonies. D.The food grown in the Middle Colonies tasted better.

29 In which of these Southern Colonies did the first Africans most likely arrive? A.Georgia B.North Carolina C.South Carolina D.Virginia

30 In which of these Southern Colonies did the first Africans most likely arrive? A.Georgia B.North Carolina C.South Carolina D.Virginia

31 Why did the Middle Colonies become known as the “breadbasket” colonies? A.Weaving baskets was a major industry there. B.They produced large amounts of grain. C.They led the colonies in exporting bread to England. D.The region is shaped like a loaf of bread.

32 Why did the Middle Colonies become known as the “breadbasket” colonies? A.Weaving baskets was a major industry there. B.They produced large amounts of grain. C.They led the colonies in exporting bread to England. D.The region is shaped like a loaf of bread.

33 What was the main reason that the Pilgrims founded a colony in New England? A.To convert Native Americans to Christianity. B.To trade for furs with Native Americans. C.To live according to their religious beliefs. D.To set up a democratic government.

34 What was the main reason that the Pilgrims founded a colony in New England? A.To convert Native Americans to Christianity. B.To trade for furs with Native Americans. C.To live according to their religious beliefs. D.To set up a democratic government.

35 What did John Smith tell the colonists in Jamestown? A.“All that glitters is not gold.” B.“He who does not work, does not eat.” C.“Give me liberty or give me death!” D.“It’s a small world after all.”

36 What did John Smith tell the colonists in Jamestown? A.“All that glitters is not gold.” B.“He who does not work, does not eat.” C.“Give me liberty or give me death!” D.“It’s a small world after all.”

37 What was the name for craftspeople such as blacksmiths, wigmakers, tailors, and coopers? A.Indentured servants B.Artisans C.Slaves D.Worker bees

38 What was the name for craftspeople such as blacksmiths, wigmakers, tailors, and coopers? A.Indentured servants B.Artisans C.Slaves D.Worker bees

39 To participate in government in the colonies, what did you need to be? A.An enslaved person. B.A free, white man. C.A woman who owned land. D.An indentured servant.

40 To participate in government in the colonies, what did you need to be? A.An enslaved person. B.A free, white man. C.A woman who owned land. D.An indentured servant.


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