5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Spanish north american settlement
- jonathan edwards
- thomas paine's "common sense"
- Old Lights
- New lights
- a lack of resources, native hostility, and failure to find precious metal were all problems with what?
- b thought eternal fate was determined by an omnipotent god and dependent on the lord's will.
- c argued:
- It was unreasonable to view england as the mother country, since colonists had come from all across Europe
- Attacked the King's arbitrary behavior
- d Traveling preachers who did not value the need for congregation or church; practiced dramatic, unscripted preaching; your personal relationship with god was all that mattered. Attacked OL's as elitist and attacked authority in general. rejected the laws of the established church and did not emphasize human sinfulness or damnation
- e Critics of the great awakening and the enlightenment who valued the clergy, and wanted a return to puritan values
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Group responsible for tearing homes and burning effigies of stamp creators. persuaded merchants to boycott british goods until the stamp & townshend acts were repealed
- convened after the coercive acts; drafted the suffolk resolves, which encouraged forcible resistance to the coercive acts, "the Association", a network of committees encouraging nonimportation, was made
- Act that labeled the colonies as a source of revenue; the duty on molasses was reduced to give colonists little means to bribe customs officials. Protest was confined to people who had interest in commerce or assembly members, who thought parliament could not tax british subjects without them having a say.
- Basically a punishment on MA for the Boston tea party, these acts:
1)closed boston harbor until the city compensated the EIC for the lost tea
2)restructured MA govt. by appointing, not holding elections for, its upper house
3)allowed royal officials accused of crimes to be tried in england, where they probs. wouldn't get convicted
4)authorized the army to quarter troops wherever they needed, including private buildings
- Traveled to Pennsylvania in search of religious toleration but later to better their material lives. Accommodated to new social conditions. Which group of immigrants does this characterize?
5 True/False Questions
George Tennent → Attacked formal learning and established ministers
patrick henry → introduced five resolutions protesting the stamp act, declaring that virginians had the right to tax themselves
the great awakening → a unified religious revival that consisted of emotional preaching and shifted power from the established clergy to the individual
John Locke → philosopher who claimed that all people possessed inalienable rights. free men formed contracts to preserve these god-given rights, and these were created by the people who were governed. rebellion against unreasonable, arbitrary forms of government that failed to protect those rights was justified.
Quartering Acts → placed duties on paint, paper, tea, lead and glass. americans thought taxes could not be levied on colonies w/o consent of the rep. assemblies, boycotted again. MA assembly drafts the circular letter, asking other colonies requesting the other colonies to thwart the _______ acts. In response, its royal gov. dissolves the body and other colonies take up the circular letter in MA's defense. these duties were repealed, with the exception of tea