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World History 1600-1900: Lesson Plans & Resources Final Exam

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Question 1 1. What idea(s) did the Indians love most about British culture?

Question 2 2. The 1685 Edict of Fontainebleau _____.

Question 3 3. Who was a leading pioneer of steamboat technology, and is often credited with inventing the modern steamboat?

Question 4 4. Which statement accurately summarizes the major goals of the Congress of Vienna?

Question 5 5. Which of the following is TRUE of Europe's New Imperialism during the 19th century?

Question 6 6. How did The Fronde influence Louis XIV's political beliefs?

Question 7 7. Which is NOT a theme associated with the Enlightenment?

Question 8 8. Who did Great Britain, Austria, Russia and Prussia have to fight on June 1815, and why?

Question 9 9. What was the result of the Cuban independence war?

Question 10 10. Which of these would Locke agree with?

Question 11 11. Why was Jean-Baptiste Colbert exploiting existing taxes and customs?

Question 12 12. What philosophical argument asserts that a person is only the same person if he remembers being that person?

Question 13 13. Why did a compromise have to be reached at the Congress of Vienna?

Question 14 14. According to David Hume, why is it impossible to truly know an object?

Question 15 15. John Locke's Two Treatises on Government was published _____ in _____.

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