Each of the following was a reason for the colonists to enjoy their membership in the British Empire in the 1750s EXCEPT
military protection from the Indians and the French.
political stability.opportunity for trade.opportunity for university education in England.
All of the answer choices except for subsidies for colonial industry were benefits of membership in the British Empire
During the fifty years after the Glorious Revolution, the British policy of neglect of the colonial economy
was sustained by some Parliamentary leaders who believed relaxation of restrictions would spur commerce
By the 1750s colonial legislatures had come to see themselves as
A conference of colonial leaders gathered in Albany, New York in 1754 to discuss a proposal by Benjamin Franklin to
establish "one general government" for all the colonies
Both the French and the English were well aware that the battle for control of North America would be determined in part by
which group could win the allegiance of native tribes
The British victory in the Great War for the Empire
gave England control of most the settled regions of North America.
Prior to the Great War for the Empire, the Iroquois Confederacy
maintained their autonomy by avoiding a close relationship with both the French and the English.
Which of the following did NOT occur during the prime ministry of William Pitt?
Americans were reimbursed for supplies requisitioned in their British colonies. Colonial assemblies were in charge of recruitment in their respective colonies. The French lost the city of Quebec. The Iroquois remained neutral..
All of these occurred during Pitt's prime ministry, except that the fighting was not done primarily by the colonial militia.
For which of the following was the result of the Great War for the Empire a disaster?
the Iroquois Confederacy
The English decision to reorganize the British Empire after 1763 was the result of
enormous war debts and large increases in territory