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  1. (King) Henry VIII
  2. Halfway Covenant
  3. (Oliver) Cromwell
  4. (John) Winthrop
  5. (William) Berkeley
  1. a English monarch who broke from the Catholic Church and established the Anglican Church (Church of England); father of Queen Elizabeth I
  2. b English general and statesman who led the parliamentary army in the English Civil War (1599-1658)
  3. c led Puritans to Massachusetts Bay Colony; "City on a Hill" quote
  4. d proposed that second-generation members be granted the same privilege of baptism (but not communion) as had been granted to the first generation; tried to encourage a spiritual conversion and full-church membership
  5. e corrupt Virginian governor; made large land grants to himself and members in his council and supressed dissent in the House of Burgesses - acts which upset the people; associated with Bacon's Rebellion

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. set up a governing system in Connecticut; similar to MA's government
  2. treaty which ended the French and Indian war; made Britain the major power in North America;
  3. act which prohibited US from issuing paper currency; hurt US trade by removing circulating paper money
  4. the first covenant of government in the US;
  5. The Spanish Fleet sent to attack England, but failed due to losses in battle or weather damage

5 True/False questions

  1. (George) Whitefieldleading evangelist of religious reform in England and the colonies; Great Awakening that challenged the established religious order.

          

  2. 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

          

  3. (Sir Robert) WalpoleEnglish nobleman who led an early attempt to establish a colony in the New World; associated with Roanoke, "the Lost Colony"

          

  4. (Sir Walter) RaleighEnglish nobleman who led an early attempt to establish a colony in the New World; associated with Roanoke, "the Lost Colony"

          

  5. (William) Bradfordcorrupt Virginian governor; made large land grants to himself and members in his council and supressed dissent in the House of Burgesses - acts which upset the people; associated with Bacon's Rebellion

          

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