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5 Matching questions

  1. How did England make up for it naval inferiority with its private fleet?
  2. Where was the first English colony? The first successful English colony?
  3. Who was Metacomet?
  4. Who were some of the other European countries involved with colonizing America?
  5. What were the problems of the Articles of Confederation? What success did it have?
  1. a queen Elizabeth hired private muskateers called the sea doggs to defeat the spanish "invincible" armada
  2. b Gave all powers to the states; No central authority; Messed up economy; No central government; Had to ask states for permission to tax and take money. It got us through the revolution
  3. c the chief of Wampanoag. he was the war leader of the Wampanoag in King Phillip's war
  4. d Spain, Britain, Holland, France
  5. e Roanoke island, Jamestown

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Americans wanted to be independent but England needed money from taxes from the Americas so they would not let them become independent
  2. nobility or social prominence
  3. when queen elizabeth defeated the spanish aramada
  4. they were more desperate for work, they took less pay, and if they died you didn't have to pay them
  5. the northwest passage

5 True/False questions

  1. What was impressment?it was the forceable capture of american soildiers and put into the british navy


  2. How were some of the ways the English used to finance their passage to americaSpain, Britain, Holland, France


  3. In terms of who was in charge, what were the 3 types of colonies started by the English?Royal-ruled by a direct official of the king
    Proprietary-ruled by a company
    Charter-ruled by a family


  4. William Pitt on the Frenchwhen somebody says that your spector (spirit) assaulted them


  5. Who was (is) known as the Father of the Country? The Father of the Constitution? The Father of the National Debt?The 3/5 compromise (all slaves are counted as 3/5 of a person) the Great compromise (a compromise creating the house and senate) and the electoral college