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5 Matching questions

  1. Mayflower Compact
  2. Tobacco
  3. Covenant
  4. English Civil Wars
  5. Bering Strait
  1. a won by the Puritans under Oliver Cromwell
  2. b agreement establishing a "body politic" and a basic legal system for the Plymouth colony; created a legal authority and an assembly; asserted that the government's power derives from the consent of the governed and not from God
  3. c frozen land bridge between Russia and Alaska; Asian migrants crossed this into North America
  4. d cash crop in Jamestown; was a huge success in England, and its success largely determined the fate of the Virginia region; requires vast acreage and depletes the soil, so it resulted in rapid expansion; its introduction led to the development of plantation slavery
  5. e all Puritans believed they had this with God; the concept was central to their entire political and religious philosophy

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Pequots attacked Wakefield and killed 9 colonists; colonists retaliated and burned a main Pequot village, killing 400; resulted in the near-destruction of the Pequots
  2. exchange of plants, animals, foods, communicable diseases, and ideas between Europe and Native Americans during the Contact Period
  3. period before Christopher Columbus's arrival in the New World, when N America was populated by Native Americans
  4. "runners in the woods"; French who helped trade for the furs that became the range in Europe; always on the move
  5. name given to Native Americans by Columbus, who believed he had reached the East Indies (really the Bahamas)

5 True/False questions

  1. Edict of Nantesall Puritans believed they had this with God; the concept was central to their entire political and religious philosophy

          

  2. Act of Tolerationbeginning marked by arrival of Columbus; time during which Europe sustained contact with the Americas and introduced a widespread exchange of plants, animals, foods, communicable diseases, and ideas in the Columbian Exchange

          

  3. Mayflowerproprietorship granted to Cecilius Calvert/Lord Baltimore; a haven of religious tolerance for Christians, and the first major Catholic enclave in the New World; Protestants eventually outnumbered Catholics

          

  4. Chesapeakeall Puritans believed they had this with God; the concept was central to their entire political and religious philosophy

          

  5. Indentured servitudefrozen land bridge between Russia and Alaska; Asian migrants crossed this into North America

          

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