5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- How did 17th century English settlers of New England differed from those in Virginia?
- What was William Penn's primary purpose for founding the colony of Pennsylvania?
- What was a man's right to vote for governor and members of the General Court inn 17c Massachusetts based on?
- What were two early example of colonial participation in government?
- This Quaker viewed his colony as a "Holy Experiment."
- a church membership
- b William Penn
- c provide a refuge for persecuted English Quakers
- d living in tightly clustered communities.
- e New England town meeting and the Virginia House of Burgesses
5 Multiple choice questions
- John Peter Zenger
- John Smith
5 True/False questions
This law allowed freedom of worship for all Christians in Maryland to keep the peace between Catholics and Protestants there. → Act of Toleration
He led an uprising in New York in the name of King William IV against the Anglo-Dutch ruling elite. → Jacob Leisler
Who provided a relatively cheap and abundant source of labor for Chesapeake tobacco planters? → New England
How did the Virginia Company attract new settlers to its colony after 1609? → promising free land at the end of seven years of labor for the company
Who was one of the earliest advocates for religious freedom in American history? → Roger Williams