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|England's first colonization experiences took place in||1492|
|Preserved 17th century English colonial settlements||England's political and social institutions|
|The "Famine" at Jamestown in the Winter of 1609-1610||It was in part the result of settlers being barricaded in their palisade by native Indians.|
|The origins of most human existence in North America began||From the southern tip of South America|
|In the Great Plains region, most pre-Columbian societies||Buffalo hunted for survival.|
|In the early seventeenth century, the discontent of the English Puritans was compounded by||Oppression of English Catholics|
|Which statement about French colonization in the New World is FALSE?||The French, like the English, tried to keep themselves separate from the natives.|
|Some historians have suggested that many native tribes were virtually wiped out by European diseases.||Real|
|Who was a native of Genoa sailing in the service of England in the late 15th century?||John Cabot|
|English colonies in the Chesapeake were primarily commercial ventures||Real|
|Bacon's Rebellion was carried out to abolish slavery in Virginia.||INCORRECT|
|The "middle ground" refers in part to areas on the western fringes of English colonial settlements||Real|
|Most indentured workers came to the colonies voluntarily.||Real|
|In the early 17th century, the legal status of slaves was ambiguous and fluid.||Real|
|African slaves were engaged in rice cultivation, but they were not very skilled at it.||INCORRECT|
|The British Navigation Acts were designed to protect England from foreign competition in the colonies.||Real|
|French Protestants who fled their country in 1685 because of a new policy rejecting religious toleration||Huguenots|
|Backyard pits where household and human waste can be dumped||start|
|To reduce conflict, Spanish policy towards the Pueblo Indians in the 18th century included all of the following EXCEPTIONS||An extension of the Encomienda system|
|As time went on in the 17th century, increasing numbers of New England Puritans came to view Indian society.||With fear and contempt|
|This made industrialization difficult in colonial America.||English parliamentary rules, a small internal market, an inadequate labor supply and an inadequate transport network|
|17th century southern plantations||Tends to be thick and relatively small|
|In London, the original promoters of Jamestown encouraged settlers to focus on it.||The quest for gold.|
|The Explanatory Act of 1766||It was a sweeping assertion of Parliament's authority over the colonies.|
|American Colonial Assemblies in the 1750s||It exercised a significant level of power to collect taxes.|
|Political representation for colonists in Virginia until 1670||has become more restrictive|
|The 17th Century Tobacco Industry in the Chesapeake Region||It has gone through several boom and bust cycles.|
|an order was||The right to claim the tribe and work of the natives.|
|Which of the following statements about Sir William Berkeley is FALSE?||He expanded political representation for frontier settlers.|
|One of the reasons Roger Williams was deported from the colony of Massachusetts was because of him||He said that the lands occupied by the settlers belonged to the Indians.|
|The Virginia Company developed the "headright" system for this||Attract new settlers to the colony.|
|In the mid-17th century, Puritan clergymen in New England began to preach against the decline||pity|
|"Jeremiah" refers to||sermons|
|During the 17th century, English settlers looked to the Chesapeake||A life expectancy for men of about forty years.|
|Royal Officials in America During the First Half of the 18th Century||Contributed to England's general lax control of the colonies|
|English Quakers in the 17th Century||They disregarded class or gender differences, had no salaried clergy, were pacifists, believed that everyone could achieve salvation.|
|Under the English Constitution in the 18th century||Large parts of England lacked direct political representation.|
|The agricultural practices of pre-Columbian tribes in the Northeast were shaped by||A quick exploration of the country|
|In the eighteenth century, the English constitution||an unwritten document|
|During the first phase (1754-1756) of the French and Indian War||The Iroquois allied with the English but remained largely passive.|
|Like New York, the colony of New Jersey||It had great ethnic and religious diversity.|
|The English Restoration began with the reign of||Charles II.|
|William Penn||He was a man of great wealth who converted to Quakerism.|
|In accordance with the provisions of the Treaty of Paris of 1763||France ceded all of its land claims west of the Mississippi to Spain.|
|Religious Tolerance in the American Colonies in the 18th Century||All answers are correct.|
|The French and Indian War was fought||India, West Indies, North America, Europe|
|Class divisions in North American colonial cities||More real and visible than in rural areas outside the South|
|Which European was the first to see the Pacific Ocean in 1513?||Vasco de Balboa|
|As a result of the Seven Years' War in North America, England||It confirmed its commercial supremacy and increased its political control over colonized regions.|
|The 17th century medical practice of intentionally bleeding a person was based on this||the belief that a person must maintain a balance of different bodily fluids.|
|Which statement about Spanish settlements in the New World is FALSE?||The first Spanish settlers were primarily interested in agriculture.|
|After King George's War||Relations between the English, French and Iroquois deteriorated.|
|All of the following are features of the English bookkeeping system EXCEPT||Most contract servants received land upon completion of their contracts.|
|Charismatic person who angered Massachusetts Bay Colony leaders by arguing that clergy who were not among the "chosen" were not entitled to ministerial offices||Anne Hutchinson|
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