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5 Matching questions

  1. Fort Duquesne/Pitt
  2. Regulator Movements
  3. Halfway Covenant
  4. Gen. Edward Braddock
  5. Glorious Revolution
  1. a general with George Washington, almost made it to Duquesne with artillery, but was ambushed by French/Indians, later died
  2. b violent uprising in North Carolina when colonists were unhappy with corrupt officials, colonists took up arms to officials
  3. c fort at the convergence of the Allegheny and Monongahela rivers, present-day Pittsburg, taken over by British and changed name
  4. d ascension of Queen Mary II of England and William III of Orange to the British Crown
  5. e church agreement created by Solomon Stoddard in 1662 which allowed descendants of Puritan church members to earn partial church membership, which would lead to an oath of allegiance

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. act designed to control currency circulation in the colonies to protect British merchants from receiving depreciated (less-valued) money
  2. first Prime Minister of England, served under George I and George II, followed salutary neglect
  3. slave rebellion that resulted from slaves being directly imported to Carolina, Carolina put down rebellion and enacted legislation restricting slaves and bringing slaves directly from Africa
  4. document written by John Locke outlining the nobility of Carolina
  5. Anglican minister who spread the First Great Awakening through Great Britain and the colonies, very famous and popular, founder of Methodism

5 True/False questions

  1. James Oglethorpegeneral, philanthropist, and founder of Georgia, tried to establish a Utopian society, eventually crumbled


  2. Metacom's Warrebellion of Native Americans all across the frontier against British forts, ended with a peace treaty where the British could house redcoats in forts in exchange for trade


  3. Pontiac's Rebellionrebellion when a German immigrant to NYC led the militia to control NYC until the Crown had the leader executed (however he was later exonerated)


  4. Jonathan Edwardspreacher from Massachusetts who was important in the First Great Awakening, a spiritual enlightenment during the 1700s


  5. Declaration of Rightspassed by George III to keep colonists from moving west into native lands to prevent further war, designated a line between colonies and native lands


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