Unit 1: European Colonization
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Which of the following best describes the impact European colonization had on the Western Hemisphere's native population?
Native populations were often killed off or driven away by the Europeans
Which of the following imperial powers originally settled the Hudson River Valley?
The colony of Georgia was
established by England as a penal colony
Which English colony was established by proprietors that also had investments in the slave trade and therefore introduced slavery to their colony?
The Duke of Baltimore established the colony of Maryland
as a haven for persecuted English Catholics
French immigrants to the New World tended to inhabit
As the founder of Rhode Island, Roger Williams
established complete religious freedom for all of the country's settlers
Which of the following stunted the physical growth of the English colony of New York?
Aristocrats controlled vast tracts of land
Which of the following sought to exploit the lucrative fur trade in North America?
the French and Dutch
John Winthrop is associated with which colony?
Massachusetts Bay Colony
The English law decreeing that only the eldest son was eligible to inherit family land concerns
A major consequence of the Second Anglo-Powhatan War was
the repudiation of peaceful coexistence between the English and the Indians
In the 17th century, the colony of Maryland became a safe haven for
All of the 13 original colonies were founded in the 17th century except
The Maryland Act of Toleration 1649 granted religious toleration to
all Christians, but no Jews or atheists
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