5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- What was James Oglethorpe's primary purpose for founding the colony of Georgia?
- A prominent humanitarian, he led a group of settlers and helped found the colony of Georgia in 1732.
- 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.
- This Puritan theologian was the leader of the first Great Awakening in New England.
- What was a man's right to vote for governor and members of the General Court inn 17c Massachusetts based on?
- a church membership
- b James Oglethorpe
- c Jonathan Edwards
- d Roger Williams
- e provide a refuge for English debtors
5 Multiple choice questions
- New England
- Increase Mather
- most Christian churches
- The Half-Way Covenant
5 True/False questions
This was used in Virginia to encourage immigration by giving 50 acres of land to any settler who brought a servant. → headright system
A visionary radical Protestant sect whose members believed in an Inner Light that brought them close to God, equality in religious and social life, pacifism, and defiance of authority when it denied their rights to practice their religion. → antinomianism
This Virgina settler married and experiments with growing tobacco in the colony. → John Rolfe
Were New England and the West Indies interdependent or separate from each other? → The Great Awakening
What was the first genuine unified movement of the American colonists? → The Great Awakening