Preachers of the First Great Awakening taught their followers that they had a personal relationship with _____.
The teachings of the First Great Awakening helped people to understand that all people are created equal in God's eyes. This new understanding may have set the stage for the end of _____.
The First Great Awakening was _____ that changed American history.
Nathaniel Bacon led a rebellion against Virginia Governor William _____ and the wealthy planters and politicians known as the Tidewater Aristocrats.
Bacon and many Virginia settlers wanted the government officials to help them deal with _____.
Some historians say that Bacon's Rebellion was a success because it planted the seeds for _____.
Which one of the following best defines the Impartial Administration of Justice Act?
What was the purpose of the Quartering Act?
What happened during the Boston Tea Party?
The Colonial Pact in the 13 colonies began with the passing of the 1663 Navigation Act. The Act forced the colonies to _____.
For mercantilism, a rich nation is one that has a lot of _____.
When they founded Jamestown, Virginia, in 1607, colonists were also looking for gold and silver. But they were not very lucky. They solved the problem by planting _____.
When was the Middle Passage first used?
The Triangle Trade, which was the name given to the routine process of shipping tradable items between continents, got its name because _____.
The Middle Passage was the route that carried _____ from their homes in Africa to the New World.
The first use of the bald eagle as a symbol of the US was on the Great Seal of the United States. What does the bald eagle on the Great Seal hold in one of its talons?
When the bald eagle was selected as an emblem, or symbol, of the US, Benjamin Franklin wasn't happy. What bird did he want instead?
Which of these is NOT one of the characteristics of the bald eagle that makes it a good symbol for the United States?
Most wealthy white people in the Southern Colonies lived on which one of the following? Choose the best term.
Which one of the following statements is TRUE about slaves?
Why didn't all of the children in the Southern Colonies attend school?
Which colony was NOT founded by the New Sweden Company?
What group of colonies was Delaware a part of?
What crop did colonial Delaware have that earned it the nickname of a breadbasket colony?
When the Virginia colony first started the House of Burgesses, Britain was _____.
Before America became an independent country it was ruled by _____.
The Virginia House of Burgesses was created in _____.
One of the most famous preachers of the Second Great Awakening was _____.
Charles Finney's teachings helped people see _____ as a sin or morally wrong act.
Preachers of the Second Great Awakening held large _____ to spread the word of God's salvation.
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