5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Who was one of the earliest advocates for religious freedom in American history?
- What emerged as a cash crop that caused Jamestown to survive as the first permanent British settlement in America?
- Because the Pilgrims broke all ties to the Church of England, what are they also called?
- He led an uprising in New York in the name of King William IV against the Anglo-Dutch ruling elite.
- This adventurer instituted military discipline and perhaps saved the Virginia colony at Jamestown.
- a tobacco
- b John Smith
- c Jacob Leisler
- d Separatists
- e Roger Williams
5 Multiple choice questions
- The Great Awakening
- New England town meeting and the Virginia House of Burgesses
5 True/False questions
The colony of New Jersey was run as a privately owned estate. What was this kind of colony called? → John Rolfe
How did the Virginia Company attract new settlers to its colony after 1609? → self-government
In the original 13 colonies, were slaves treated as property or citizens? → property
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. → Separatists
He led a rebellion in Virginia against the autocratic government of Lord Berkeley in the late 17th century. → Jacob Leisler