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5 Matching questions

  1. among the many important results of the Great Awakening was that it...
  2. the Scots-Irish eventually became concentrated especially in...
  3. George Whitefield
  4. Quakers
  5. speculation
  1. a buying land or anything else in the hope of profiting by an expected rise in price
  2. b broke down sectional boundaries and created a greater sense of common American identity
  3. c itinerant British evangelist who spread the Great Awakening throughout the colonies
  4. d the frontier areas
  5. e dominant religious group in colonial Pennsylvania, criticized by others for their attitudes towards Indians

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. the body of criminal laws specifying offenses and prescribing punishments
  2. 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
  3. the executive power to prevent acts passed by the legislature from becoming law
  4. the case that established the precedent that true statements about public officials could not be prosecuted as libel
  5. landowners of substantial property, social standing, and leisure, but not titled nobility

5 True/False questions

  1. mobilitythe smaller group at the top of a society or institution, usually possessing wealth, power, or special privileges


  2. tenant farmerone who rents rather than owns land


  3. Jayle Birdspopular term for convicted criminals dumped on colonies by British authorities


  4. Poor Richard's Almanacklargest non-English group in the colonies


  5. African Americanslargest non-English group in the colonies


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