7 Written Questions
6 Multiple Choice Questions
- The bloodless revolution of the 1680's in England that dethroned Catholic King James and put Protestant William III and his wife Mary on the throne.
- the route in between the western ports of Africa to the Caribbean and southern U.S. that carried the slave trade
- an English Quaker, founded Pennsylvania in 1682, after receiving a charter from King Charles II the year before. He launched the colony as a "holy experiment" based on religious tolerance.
- colonies founded in the late 17th century during the time when power was returned to the English monarch following a brief period of Puritan rule under Oliver Cromwell
- an economic theory that believes that the colonies should benefit the mother country; creating a favorable balance of trade
- Policy of Britain during the colonial period when the British allowed American colonists to rule themselves as long as the rule also benefited Britain.
6 True/False Questions
Adam Smith → the buffer colony, the charity colony, founded by James Oglethorpe
Stono Rebellion → Refers to the soaring demand for a sweetener that resulted in high profits for producers, large scale plantation production in Brazil and the West Indies, and increased slave trade that resulted in about millions of Africans being brought to the new world.
Sugar revolution → Refers to the soaring demand for a sweetener that resulted in high profits for producers, large scale plantation production in Brazil and the West Indies, and increased slave trade that resulted in about millions of Africans being brought to the new world.
Dominion of New England → also known as Quakers, founded by Margaret Fell and George, name came from shaking at the name of the Lord, rejected predestination and original sin, believed that all could achieve salvation, women held positions in the church
Society of Friends → land between Virginia and Spanish Florida granted to 8 nobles for helping Charles II regain the throne in 1663. In 1729 two colonies were formed from the original proprietorship. One was populated by people from England and Barbados and had an economy based on rice, the other was filled with small tobacco farms with few plantations, few slaves and very democratic views
John Locke → English philosopher who advocated the idea of a "social contract" in which government powers are derived from the consent of the governed and in which the government serves the people; also said people have natural rights to life, liberty and property.