Ch.4 Study Guide
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Which German religious group printed America's first German bible?
What is the name of the members who are apart of a religion that is especially strong among some American intellectuals.
Who wrote the "Blue-Backed Speller?"
What type of servant came from continental Europe with his family, hoping to find a friend or relative to pay the passage?
What was the first institution of higher education?
Who was the pastor at Northampton, Massachusetts?
What "book" did colonial children use to help them learn the alphabet and other simple lessons?
Which group of people was often given limited freedom by Protestant colonists?
Who was a devoted missionary to the Indians?
What type of people, including the Faneuils and Hancocks, made up the colonial upper class?
Who were the German settlers that followed the early John Huss?
What English preacher spoke to large outdoor crowds during the Great Awakening?
Many people lost interest in their spiritual needs.
Why was the Great Awakening needed in the colonies?
Which group were members of the official church in every southern colony?
Who was the Virginia preacher during the Great Awakening?
Old Deluder Satan Act
What act provided for local education in Massachusetts?
What was the denominational name of the New England Puritans?
What type of school had people in colonial America who usually learned Greek, Latin, and natural philosophy?
What movement of the 1700's exalted rational thinking and critical reasoning?
The Half-Way Covenant
What agreement in 1662 allowed the unsaved children of Puritans to become church members?
What were schools that met in the homes of widows or single women?
What system allowed young men in the colonies to learn to trade?
What philosophy asserts that God created the universe and then stepped aside to let the laws of nature function without His intervention?
Who started a college in a log cabin?
Each Anglican church served and area called a parish.
Few early colonists believed in the supernatural works of God.
Colonial women usually had the same legal rights as men.
Maryland was the most tolerant middle colony toward various religions.
Slaves had to work about twice as long each day as other workers of the colonial era.
The father played a strong role in the ideal family.
The colonists were not widely concerned with strict social classes.
Some colonists continued to send their sons to school in Europe even after American colleges were founded.
George Whitefield preached a well-known sermon entitled "Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God."
Massachusetts was a leading colony in the provision of education for its children.
Many worked for the same master their entire lives.
Which one of the following was not true of indentured servants?
Masters always kept slave families together.
Which of the following