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  1. Molasses Act (1733)
  2. Pontiac's Rebellion
  3. (General) Edward Braddock
  4. (King) James I
  5. Navigation Acts (1651, 1660, 1663)
  1. a Commanded forces sent by Great Britain to support American colonists; defeated and killed by French and Indian troops
  2. b These sets of acts restricted the US to trade with England, which helped fuel resentment of England
  3. c Conflict between the Native Americans and the British over settlement of Indian lands in the Great lakes area
  4. d act which raised tax on molasses; made British products cheaper than those of the West Indies
  5. e English monarch who granted the Virginia Company, and other groups, rights to etablish colonies

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. 1689, a Bill of Rights, signed by the monarchs of England to recognize the rights of English people --> precursor to American Bill of Rights
  2. treaty which ended the French and Indian war; made Britain the major power in North America;
  3. A 1739 slave rebellion in Charleston, South Carolina; worried whites and caused plantations to suppress blacks more
  4. English nobleman whose attempt to settle on Newfoundland collapsed due to inadequate supplies and harsh climate`
  5. US politician, diplomat, scientist, inventor, writer; the US extention of the enlightenment

5 True/False Questions

  1. Old and New Lights1689, a Bill of Rights, signed by the monarchs of England to recognize the rights of English people --> precursor to American Bill of Rights

          

  2. (John) RolfeReligious leader during Protestant Reformation; focused on predestination and total depravity

          

  3. (Johnathan) Edwardsbrought tobacco to Virginia; married Pocohantas

          

  4. Paxton BoysGerman monk who broke for the Catholic Church; initiated the Protestant Reformation

          

  5. (George) Whitefieldadvocated religious tolerance and separation of church and state; he was banished from Massachusetts and established Rhode Island

          

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