5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Virginia Charter
- Fundamental Orders
- Massachusetts (Plymouth & Maine)
- a - established around 1606; gave men same rights as in England; foundation for liberties; leads to the American Revolution; the reason for British colonization failure; revoked by James I in 1624 b/c he didn't like tobacoo making VA a royal colony
- b - Mass. was founded by Puritans in 1628 and was part of the 1629 Charter and was made royal in 1691. Plymouth was founded by Separatist in 1620. It emerged with Massachusetts in 1691. Maine was founded by F. George in 1623 was part of the 1639 Charter. Later it was bought by Massachusetts in 1677.
- c document drafted by the settlers of the new Connecticut River colony; was a modern constitution which established a regime democratically controlled by "substantial" citizens.
- d - the traits and culture of the Dutch being imprinted into the young minds of the English Separatists
- e - were in Mexico; primarily cultivated maize; built elaborate cities and carried on commerce; they were good mathematicians and made good astronomical observations; Aztecs sought favor of the gods by offering human sacrifices, cutting the hearts out of the chests of living victims, who were often captives conquered in battle.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- - those who had God's gift of saving grace and demonstrated it by their holy behavior
- - published a doctrine in 1536 based after Martin Luther's ideas and his own creating the dominate religious credo of the Puritans called Calvinism, which stated that God was all powerful and all knowing and humans were wicked.
- - were in Central America; primarily cultivated maize; built elaborate cities and carried on commerce; they were good mathematicians and made good astronomical observations.
- - Spanish explorer who sailed to the New World in 1513 and in 1521. He explored Florida, thinking it was an island. He established Florida as territory for the Spanish. He was killed by an Indian's arrow
- - when Lord de la Warr introduced Irish tactics against Indians (raiding villages, burned houses, took provisions, and torched fields) ended in 1614 and sealed peace by the marriage of John Rolfe and Pocahontas
5 True/False Questions
Pennsylvania → - plantation system that allows the government to "commend," or give, Indians to certain colonists for the promise to try to Christianize them; this was just a disguise for slavery
John Rolfe → - Husband of Pocahontas and was the Father of Tobacco because he perfected the methods of raising and curing tobacco also was an economic savior for Virginia
Second Anglo/Powhatan war → - in 1614 Indians tried to dislodge the Virginians and lost again in the peace treaty written in 1646 it banished them from their ancestral lands and from white areas of settlements
Sir Edmond Andros → sailed oceans and seized Spanish treasures and raided there settlements even though England at peace with Spain, they sought to promote the Protestantism
Cahokia → - near present day St. Louis; was at one point home to 25 thousand people.