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  1. (Sir Walter) Raleigh
  2. Metacom's War (King Phillip's War)
  3. Proclamation of 1763
  4. (King) Philip II
  5. Regulator Movement
  1. a Native Americans battle New England colonies; large percentage of native americans died, making it one of the bloodiest wars in US; severely damaged the Native American presence in the new world
  2. b British Treaty with Native Americans not to settle over the Appalachians; a restriction which upset American settlers, especially since some had already crossed the line
  3. c movement consisting of landowning vigilantes tried to supress outlaw bands of whites who were stealing cattle and property; wanted greater political rights for S. Carolina
  4. d Spanish Monarch who sent the Spanish Armada to attack England, which failed
  5. e English nobleman who led an early attempt to establish a colony in the New World; associated with Roanoke, "the Lost Colony"

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. German monk who broke for the Catholic Church; initiated the Protestant Reformation
  2. English nobleman whose attempt to settle on Newfoundland collapsed due to inadequate supplies and harsh climate`
  3. the colony which would become New York
  4. act which raised tax on molasses; made British products cheaper than those of the West Indies
  5. leading evangelist of religious reform in England and the colonies; Great Awakening that challenged the established religious order.

5 True/False questions

  1. (William) BradfordEnglish Separatists who arrived in Massachusetts in the Mayflower

          

  2. Declaration of RightsBritish Treaty with Native Americans not to settle over the Appalachians; a restriction which upset American settlers, especially since some had already crossed the line

          

  3. Halfway Covenantproposed 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

          

  4. Leisler's RebellionConflict between the Native Americans and the British over settlement of Indian lands in the Great lakes area

          

  5. Navigation Acts (1651, 1660, 1663)an act enacted in Maryland to grant religious freedom to all Christians

          

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