New England colonies did not depend on cash crops such as tobacco but became economically viable because of
the availability of vast amounts of fish and lumber enabling exports.
Which of the following correctly describes the Pilgrims?
They wanted to build a society based on Biblical teachings.
When comparing the New England colonies and the colonies of the Chesapeake region, all of the following statements are true EXCEPT
Women were treated more as equals in the New England colonies than they were in the Chesapeake Bay region, making it more difficult to attract women to the Chesapeake Bay.
Pilgrims(Separatist) differed from Puritans in that they believed:
The Anglican church was beyond reform.
1619 was known as a pivotal year for the Virginia colony because
introduction of slavery and creation of House of Burgesses.
The British government were different from the French and Spanish colonies because
the British encouraged immigrants from other European nations to settle in their colonies.
The major problems between Virginia's settlers and the Indians resulted from the settlers' attempts to
expand the size of their colony.
The lack of religious tolerance in Massachusetts led to all of the following except
the loss of Massachusetts' charter.
Settlers who established the Virginia colony during the seventeenth century were primarily seeking to