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ch 4 final Q's

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what did the brithsh acquire from the netherlands in the treaty of utrecht of 1713
the right to transport slves from africa to spains new world colonies
which of the following is truw statement about the alantic slave trades effect in west africa
it helped lead to the rise of militarized states in west africa whose large armies preyed upon their neighbors in order to capture slaves
in the chesapeak region, salvery
rapidly become the dominant labor system after 1680
the developement of rice plantations in south carolina
led to a black majority in that colony by the 1730s
the task system
as signed slaves daily jbs and allowed them free time upon completion of those jobs
Georgia was established by james oglethorpe whose causes include improved conditions for imprisoned debtors and the abolition of
slavery
the participants in south carolinas stono rebellion
included some who apparently had been soldiers in africa
the 1741 panic in new york city that led to 34 executions was sparked by
a series of fires
during the 18th century, british patriotism
celebrated individual freedom and the rule of law
the british concept of liberty
included both formal restrants on authority nad a collection of specific rights
'republicanism' in the 18th century anglo-american political world emphasized the importance of ______ as the essence of libert
active paricipation in public life by property owning citizens
john lockes political philosophy stressed
a contract system between the people and the goverment
the idea of liberalism in 18th century britsh politics
was compatible with inequalitites in wealth and well being
how did coloniol politics compare with british politics
colonists tended to agree with the british that owning property was related to having the right to vote
property qualifications for holding office
meant that the landed gentry wielded considerable power in colonial legislaters
'salutary neglect' meant
british goverments left thecolonies largely alone to govern thenselves
the most successful coloniol governors
used their appointive powers and control of land grants to win allies in colonial legislatures
which issue divided coloniol governors appointed by the king and legislatures elected by colonist
to deal with a scarcity of gold and silver coins, legislatures supported printing paper money despite opposition from the governors
john peter zenger's libel trial
probably would not have ended in his acquittal if he had attcked someone other than the colonial governor
the amerian version of the enlightenment
had no impact on religion
deists shared the ideas of 18th century european enlightenment thinkers, namely that
science could uncover god's laws that governed the natural order
which of the following is not true of the great awakening
it increased social tensions because ministers criticized certain aspects of colonial society such as commercialism and slavery
the most famous great awakening revivalist minister was
george whitefield
the french in north america
included a sgnificant number of nova scotians who relocted to southern louisiana, creating the group known as cajuns
theenglish finally become successful in defeating the french in the seven years' wars uder the leadership of
william pitt
what did neolin twll his people they must reject
european technology and material goods
pontiacs rebellion
although names for an ottawa warrior, owed its orgins as much to the teachings of a religioius prophet
what was the primary purpose of the proclamation of 1763
to bring stability to the colonial frontier
what did the paxton boys demand
that the indians be removed from pennsylvania
who drafted the albany plan of union
benjamin franklin
which of the following was a consequence of the seven years' war
strenghened pride among american colonists about being part of the british empire
t or f
some contempories spoke of british america as a 'rising empire' that wolud one day eclipse the mother country in population and wealth
true
t or f
the transalntic slave trade was not a vital part of world commerce
false
t or f
most of the slaves carried to the new world were destined for mainland north america
false
t or f
africans had experience cultivating rice in africa and helped the english settlers grow it in the south
true
t of f
in the early 18th century only one-quater of the urban elite owned at least one slave
false
t of f
john locke believed that slaves could not be considered as part of civil society
true
t or f
a higher percentage of the population in britain enjoyed the suffrage as compare to the american colonies
false
t or f
pennsylvania had the most powerful assembly of all the colonies
true
t or f
the relgioius emotionalism of the great awakning was confined to the american colonies in the mid-18th century
false
benjamin franklin wrote an influential essay criticizing george whitefeild's preaching tour of the colonies
false
by the 1750s the great awakening had resulted in the consolidation of all american protestant churches into three denominaions: anglican, congregationalist, and quaker
false
pontiac's rebellion was an indian revolt against british rule
true