12 Potomac, Rappahannock, York, James 6. Name the four major rivers that flow into the Chesapeake Bay. These rivers are separated by peninsulas.Potomac, Rappahannock, York, JamesJames, Roanoke, Rappahannock, WilliamsburgPotomac, Rappahannock, James, RoanokePotomac, Rappahannock, Roanoke, Shenandoah
18 Northern and Western Southern and Western Northern and Eastern 9. Virginia is in North America. In which hemisphere is Virginia located?Northern and WesternSouthern and WesternNorthern and EasternSouthern and Eastern
24 the Virginia Company of London 12. The power to grant charters allowing settlements in North America belonged to _____.Parliamentthe King of Englandthe House of Commonsthe Virginia Company of London
26 They believed they had a good supply of fresh water. 13. Which of these was NOT a reason for choosing the site at Jamestown?They believed they had a good supply of fresh water.The water along the shore was deep enough for ships to dock.The Spanish had agreed not to settle there.The location could be easily defended from attack by sea.
27 C. The Spanish had agreed not to settle there. AnswerC. The Spanish had agreed not to settle there.
28 Virginia House of Commons Virginia House of Delegates 14. The first elected legislative body in North America that included members elected by the people was called the ____.Virginia AssemblyVirginia House of CommonsVirginia House of DelegatesVirginia House of Representatives
30 15. Who financed the settlement of Jamestown? Stockholders of the Virginia Company of LondonFriends of the King of EnglandKing George IIIKing James I
31 AnswerA. Stockholders of the Virginia Company of London
32 16. Today, Jamestown is ____. located on an island in the James Riverlocated on a narrow peninsula in the James Riverlocated on a narrow peninsula in the York Riverlocated on an island in the Chesapeake Bay
33 A. located on an island in the James River AnswerA. located on an island in the James River
34 17. Jamestown was primarily an ___. adventure for the bored upper classesenormous failureopportunity to exploreeconomic venture
36 The Powhatan people willingly gave up the land to the settlers. 18. Which of the following was NOT a contribution by the Powhatan people to the survival of the Jamestown settlers?The Powhatan people introduced new crops to the English, including corn and tobacco.Pocahontas believed the English and American Indians could live in harmony.The Powhatan people willingly gave up the land to the settlers.Pocahontas began a friendship with the colonists that helped them survive.
37 AnswerC. The Powhatan people willingly gave up the land to the settlers.
38 Christopher Newport Lord De La Warr John Smith John White 19. The trading relationship between the settlers at Jamestown and the Powhatans was initiated by ___.Christopher NewportLord De La WarrJohn SmithJohn White
40 20. The Powhatan Indians helped the colonists survive by ___. helping them rebuild the colonyteaching them how to navigate the rivers and to huntteaching them how to fishshowing the colonists how to grow corn and tobacco
41 D. showing the colonists how to grow corn and tobacco AnswerD. showing the colonists how to grow corn and tobacco