5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- What was established when too few second- and third-generation Puritans were willing to testify publicly about their conversion experiences?
- 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.
- This Quaker viewed his colony as a "Holy Experiment."
- What was James Oglethorpe's primary purpose for founding the colony of Georgia?
- This prominent New England clergyman helped bring the Salem witchcraft trials to a close.
- a Increase Mather
- b William Penn
- c The Half-Way Covenant
- d provide a refuge for English debtors
- e antinomianism
5 Multiple choice questions
- Nathaniel Bacon
- headright system
- Act of Toleration
- John Winthrop
- church membership
5 True/False questions
A prominent humanitarian, he led a group of settlers and helped found the colony of Georgia in 1732. → provide a refuge for English debtors
This adventurer instituted military discipline and perhaps saved the Virginia colony at Jamestown. → The Great Awakening
Did most English settlers have a feeling of respect, hostility, or superiority towards the Indians? → John Rolfe
The colony of New Jersey was run as a privately owned estate. What was this kind of colony called? → proprietary colony
What was the first genuine unified movement of the American colonists? → self-government