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5 Matching questions

  1. agriculture in N England
  2. Quakers
  3. English justification for slavery
  4. Impact of FIW on Natives
  5. agriculture in middle colonies
  1. a white encroach on land whether on winning/losing side
  2. b fishing/shipping; poor soil/cold; raised livestock; ate what produced; traded w/ Wine Island/caribbean; chief traders after Nav. Acts; ports: NYC, Phillie
  3. c encouraged port cities; thrived by forging comm. links bet. farmers/dealers; "new money"; city people at risk of disease; needed sailors
  4. d black=bad, white=holy; already existed in W Indies; need cheap labor; didnt work w/ NA; not many whites willing
  5. e Pacifists want peace; believed men/women equal; sat in room, wait for God to come in light to them; more radical than Puritans (commit violence against them)

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. mostly try to slow down work; commit theft, destroy tools/crops, run away
  2. lose all land in NA/many colonies elsewhere
  3. white colonists question morality of slavery; feared slave rebellions; "all equal in God's eyes"; Quakers
  4. large plantations; either house servants(envied, better clothes, raped, not in sun, no intera. w/ others) or field hands (in sun all day, women took home of family after working)
  5. conflict bet. landless immigrants/dispossessed natives; low tobacco/high land prices; leader looks to VA gov for help; try to stop him, call him traitor; he burns Jamestown; no lasting effect

5 True/False questions

  1. Impressmentsinvoluntary draft of B on colonists in F/I War

          

  2. Benjamin FranklinAmerican public official, writer, scientist, printer, inventor; part in Am. Rev.; helped secure French support; neg. Treaty of Paris; helped draft Constit.; improved human conditions

          

  3. Causes of F/I WarBritish/Iroquois v. French/natives; Fort Necessity expansion of war to Europe ; B > F; ambushed by F; 2/3 B troops die at FN (fails); England slow to react to colonists defending (have started war in Europe)

          

  4. Impact of FIW on Britishlose all land in NA/many colonies elsewhere

          

  5. Enlightenmentinvoluntary draft of B on colonists in F/I War

          

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