5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- English Protestants who wished not only to rid the Church of England of its Catholic traditions, but also to reform English society; they came to New England to set up a model community as an example to the rest of Europe.
- He led a rebellion in Virginia against the autocratic government of Lord Berkeley in the late 17th century.
- Who provided a relatively cheap and abundant source of labor for Chesapeake tobacco planters?
- Which region was more successful: the Chesapeake Bay or New England?
- In 1635 he was banished from the Massachusetts Bay Colony because he said that the government had no authority over the personal opinions of individuals. He founded Rhode Island as a colony for religious freedom.
- a Nathaniel Bacon
- b Roger Williams
- c indentured servants
- d Puritans
- e New England
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- The Great Awakening
- church membership
- most Christian churches
- give away land belonging to the Indians
5 True/False Questions
An interpretation of Puritan doctrine associated with Anne Hutchinson that stressed mystical elements in God's grace and diverged from orthodox Puritan views on salvation. → antinomianism
In the original 13 colonies, were slaves treated as property or citizens? → property
Which of the following colonies required each community of 50 or more families to provide a teacher of reading and writing? → Massachusetts
This Puritan theologian was the leader of the first Great Awakening in New England. → Jonathan Edwards
The name given to any prominent Englishman to whom the king granted vast areas of land in colonial North America. → proprietor