$500 Question from H1 The Mayflower Compact, the House Of Burgesses, the Fundamental Orders, and town meetings all show the determination of the colonists to do what?
$500 Answer from H1 govern themselves
$100 Question from H2 To which two men did the Duke of York give a chunk of his New York Colony?
$100 Answer from H2 Lord John Berkeley and Sir George Carteret
$200 Question from H2 Who made the laws in most colonies?
$200 Answer from H2 elected assemblies
$300 Question from H2 Give two different reasons why people settled in the colonies.
$300 Answer from H2 Religious freedom Economics
$400 Question from H2 The Maryland colony was founded to protect the interests of which religious group?
$400 Answer from H2 Catholics
$500 Question from H2 Which lawmaking body (in a southern colony) passed a law making African Americans slaves for life?
$500 Answer from H2 -Virginia House of Burgesses
$100 Question from H3 Founded by Puritans Led by William Bradford and John Winthrop New England colony Very religious lifestyle
$100 Answer from H3 Massachusetts
$200 Question from H3 Led by John Smith Southern colony Settled by many gentlemen who didn’t want to work John Rolfe introduced them to tobacco farming
$200 Answer from H 3 Virginia
$300 Question from H3 King Charles II gave land for this colony. Land was given to settle a debt Settled by Quakers Middle colony
$300 Answer from H3 -Pennsylvania
$400 Question from H3 Founded by James Oglethorpe and English King George II Settled with people from British prisons Formed to make a buffer between the South Carolina colony and natives/Spaniards in Florida
$400 Answer from H3 Georgia
$500 Question from H3 Northern colony Wrote Fundamental Orders Founded by Thomas Hooker Fifth colony to be settled
$500 Answer from H3 Connecticut
$100 Question from H4 What is the mnemonic that helps you to remember the order in which the 13 original colonies were settled?
$100 Answer from H4 Very Many Nice Men Came Running Down North Street Not Needing Police Guards
$200 Question from H4 Why was African slavery founded, and how was it later used in the colonies? In what form does slavery exist today?
$200 Answer from H4 Key components: -Columbian Exchange/Great Dying -Southern plantations/tobacco farming/ used by founding fathers -Human trafficking
$300 Question from H4 What was the Walking Purchase?
$300 Answer from H4 -Fraudulent agreement between Delaware Indians and William Penn’s sons (PA) -Day and a half walk/ colonists swindle natives
$400 Question from H4 Compare the colonies (northern, middle, southern) in terms of religion.
$400 Answer from H4 North – Separatists and Puritans Middle – variety of religious beliefs (Quakers, Catholics) Southern – many belong to Church of England
$500 Question from H4 Give three reasons why the Salem Witch Trials began.
$500 Answer from H4 - Religious society based on the Bible -Tituba’s stories -Tituba’s confession -Possible social problems regarding Reverend Parris -Economic differences on two sides of town -Paranoia due to problems with Natives -Doctor’s confirmation -Lack of other reasonable explanat ion
$100 Question from H5 Name two European countries who sent the majority of the original settlers to New Jersey (before the English takeover).
$100 Answer from H5 Holland and Sweden
$200 Question from H5 Who were the first people to permanently settle in the New World?
$200 Answer from H5 Jamestown settlers (VA)
$300 Question from H5 A group of eight nobles were given land in which colonies?
$300 Answer from H5 North/South Carolina
$400 Question from H5 Three of the following are colonial documents. Which one is not? Fundamental Orders of Connecticut Mayflower Compact Toleration Act Virginia House of Burgesses
$400 Answer from H5 The House of Burgesses
$500 Question from H5 Why was the Pennsylvania colony founded?
$500 Answer from H5 Founded as a safe place for Quakers to worship
Final Jeopardy Make two connections between your learning in this unit and major world changes that occurred between 1400 and 1800
Final Jeopardy Answer POSSIBLE CONNECTIONS: - Population change -Great dying/African Slave Trade -Enlightenment thinking -Shift of economic power to European countries