5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- besides offering rest and refreshment, colonial taverns served an important function as centers of...
- Regulator Movement
- the primary reason for the spectacular growth of America's population in the eighteenth century was...
- a ethnic group that had already relocated once before immigrating to America and settling largely on the Western frontier of the middle and southern colonies
- b the capacity to pass readily from one social or economic condition to another
- c rebellious movement of frontiersmen in the southern colonies that included future President Andrew Jackson
- d the natural fertility of the population
- e news and political opinion
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- the frontier areas
- one who rents rather than owns land
- Anglicans and Congregationalists
- colonial printer whose case helped begin freedom of the press
- convicts and paupers
5 True/False Questions
Benjamin Franklin → author, scientist, printer; "the first civilized American"
Indians and African Americans shared in the common American experience of... → its poorly qualified clergy and close ties with British authorities
African Americans → largest non-English group in the colonies
stratification → the visible arrangement of society into a hierarchical pattern, with distinct social groups layered one on top of the other
Praying Towns → the mingling of diverse ethnic groups in America, including the idea that these groups are or should be "melting" into a single culture or people