5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- What types of work did African Americans do in South Carolina port towns?
- in 1642, the Massachusetts assembly passed a law ordering parents to teach children "to read and understand the principles of their religion." What did towns of 50 or 100 children have to do? ***
- Who are indentured servants?
- Did African customs survive in Virginia and Maryland? Explain.
- How did the Great Awakening force colonists to become more tolerant of one another?
- a They worked at the
- b the preaches and people at the church tuaght them.
- c indentured servanss sighned contracts to work without wages for a period of four to seven years for anyoen who would pay their ocean passage to the Americas.
- d they had to hire a school teacher.
- e yes
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- it increased.
- it didn't becuase they where eslaved so they didnt
- the great awakening aroused bitter debate.
- the great awakening.
- an english minister.
5 True/False Questions
Who were the gentry? Who did this include? → the top of society. planets minesters sucssesful owners and
What did Puritans believe about the bible? → he preched about the sweetness and beuty of god.
Who set up the first public schools supported by taxes? → Massachusets.
What happened at the end of the indentured servant's term of service? → they recieved freedoms ddues.
Who was part of the middle class? → farmers who worked their own land skilled craftsmen, and some trade people.