← Hisotry Chapter 3 Test
5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Parliament strengthened the Nav. Acts in two ways...
- William Pitt
- Northern's Diverse Economy
- Sugar Act
- a they produced several crops were has the South produced only one. their soil was rocky and they had cold winters. Northern colonies were more "trade based".
Merchants were more dominant
- b 3 things: 1. halfed the duty of foreign made molasses 2. placed duties on certain imports 3. strengthened the enforcement of the law allowing prosecutors to try smuggling cases inn a vice-admirality court rather than in a more sympathetic court
- c energetic, self confident politician. Reinvigorated British army finally began winning battles.
- d 1. It moved smuggling trials from colonial courts-with juries composed of colonists who often found colonial smugglers innocent- to admirality courts
2. it created the Board of Trade, an advisory board w/ board powers to monitor trade
- e the countries legislative body
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- had extensive work responsibilities, but few legal rights. could not: vote, enter into contracts, buy/sell property, keep own wages,
*single/widows could run their own buisness
- embraced the notion of obtaining thruth through expiramental reasoning
- salutary meaning benefical, neglect meant that England relaxed its enforcement on most regulations
- voyage that brought Africans to the west Indie's and later to North America. the slaves were packed into ships and were beaten, about 20% did not survive
- large farm on which cash crops are grown, harvested, sold (self sufficent)
5 True/False Questions
Salem Witch Trials → Puritian girls in Salem, Mass. accused West Indies slaved woman Tituba of witchcraft. "Witches" were put on trial but the trials were usually unfair and farcical- Anyone who denied being a witch was assumed to be lying. Ended with the govenors wife being accused of witchcraft- this ended the hysteria.
Positive effects of the Navigation Acts IN THE COLONIES → created an increase in colonial shipbuilding and industry
Sir Edmund Andros → Took over the throne after King James fled
King James II → started to crack down on those he believed most resisted English authority: the leaders/merchants of Mass.
*Charles the II's brother
Southern Colonial Women... → lived in a culture in which the husband was the head of the household and man was head of the society, did not own property and could not vote. did household duties like: cleaning, cooking etc.