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Settling North America: Help and Review Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1. Why did Carolina split into the two colonies of North and South Carolina ?

Question 2 2. What was the approximate modern-day extent of New France at its height?

Question 3 3. What did William Bradford contribute to Plymouth?

Question 4 4. Why were the Slave Codes passed?

Question 5 5. Which best describes the colonial economy?

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Question 6 6. Which best describes the task system?

Question 7 7. John Rolfe introduced sweet Spanish tobacco seeds to the Jamestown colony. What was the most important impact of these seeds to the survival of Jamestown?

Question 8 8. Why was the Connecticut colony started?

Question 9 9. What was William Penn's legacy as the founder of Pennsylvania?

Question 10 10.

'Twas mercy brought me from my Pagan land,

Taught my benighted soul to understand

That there's a God, that there's a Saviour too:

Once I redemption neither sought nor knew.

Some view our sable race with scornful eye,

'Their colour is a diabolic die.'

Remember, Christians, Negros, black as Cain,

May be refin'd and join th'angelic train.

Who most likely wrote this poem?

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Question 11 11. Which of the following sequence of events is in chronological order?

Question 12 12. Which was NOT a problem faced by the Jamestown settlers?

Question 13 13. Why was Peter Minuit an important personality for the expansion of Dutch settlements?

Question 14 14. How was the Virginia Company important to Jamestown?

Question 15 15. New France did NOT have _____.

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Question 16 16. Why did the British King approve James Oglethorpe's charter to found the colony of Georgia?

Question 17 17.

Which are true of the Southern colonies?

I. They had large cities.

II. They had large farms.

III. They had the first public school system.

IV. Most immigrants came in families.

V. Most immigrants came as single men.

Question 18 18. Why was the border between Pennsylvania and Maryland significant?

Question 19 19. Why did England need colonies to succeed under mercantilism?

Question 20 20. What was the main after-effect of the Molasses Act?

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Question 21 21.

Which are true of the Middle colonies?

I. They had large cities.

II. They had large farms.

III. They had the first public school system.

IV. Most immigrants came in families.

V. Most immigrants came as single men.

Question 22 22. What was the significance of King Philip's War?

Question 23 23. Which best describes immigration in the colonial period?

Question 24 24.

Which of these are true of immigration in the 18th century?

I. There was large-scale immigration from Germany and Scotland.

II. The Kingdom of Great Britain restricted immigration of non-English speakers.

III. Most immigration came from Ireland.

Question 25 25.

Which of these had an effect on the transition from indentured servants to slave labor?

I. Slave codes

II. England's economy

III. Bacon's Rebellion

IV. The task system

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Question 26 26. Why was Anne Hutchinson banished from Massachusetts?

Question 27 27. What happened at Roanoke?

Question 28 28. Which of the following statements was true of Rhode Island, based on what you have learned?

Question 29 29. Why was the colony of Delaware founded?

Question 30 30. Who was Sir Francis Drake?

Settling North America: Help and Review Chapter Exam Instructions

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