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  1. Pope's Rebellion
  2. agriculture in middle colonies
  3. Education
  4. Quakers
  5. Enlightenment
  1. a in Enlightenment was placed upon it; ranged by region, class, gender; NE made greatest effort: all kids should be able to read Bible, passed laws to est. school, est. Harvard/ Yale; very few in chesapeake area; females grew
  2. b encouraged port cities; thrived by forging comm. links bet. farmers/dealers; "new money"; city people at risk of disease; needed sailors
  3. c "The Pueblo Revolt"; Pueblo's pray to ancient gods for rain; Spanish mad for no Catholicism, NA resent; Pope attacks/kills 400 colonists; effective, drove Spanish out of Santa Fe; Don Diego de Vargas re-est. Spanish; revenge on NA; struggle til no forcing NA by Spanish
  4. d celebration of human reason/scientific inquiry; people look for natural (not supernat.) causes for things; influ. 18th cent. politics
  5. e Pacifists want peace; believed men/women equal; sat in room, wait for God to come in light to them; more radical than Puritans (commit violence against them)

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. life controlled by owner; hard to attain freedom; created comm. family to take care of sold kids; dev. language combo of Afr./English
  2. British/Iroquois v. French/natives; Fort Necessity expansion of war to Europe ; B > F; ambushed by F; 2/3 B troops die at FN (fails); England slow to react to colonists defending (have started war in Europe)
  3. supply high/prices low; exposed to sun, not much food/water; not much room; examined like cattle, branded; 3 weeks/months; sold by auction: young men= highest price
  4. discovered universal laws that govern motion of space things; demonstrated universe operated by fixed principles
  5. founded as William Penn's "holy experiment"; diverse society: Quakers, all other religions; tolerant/center of commerce&culture; capital thriving port; mod. fees, punishm.,vote if free

5 True/False questions

  1. English justification for slaverylarge plantations; either house servants(envied, better clothes, raped, not in sun, no intera. w/ others) or field hands (in sun all day, women took home of family after working)


  2. Salem Witch Trialslife controlled by owner; hard to attain freedom; created comm. family to take care of sold kids; dev. language combo of Afr./English


  3. early abolitionistswhite colonists question morality of slavery; feared slave rebellions; "all equal in God's eyes"; Quakers


  4. black codesdefined slavery; kids were slaves too; ok for white to kill black, not inverse; no legal marriage; no property ownership; no meetings in groups (afraid of rebellion)


  5. George WhitefieldAnglican minister found adherents across denominational lines; came to tour Mid- Colonies from England; "The Grand Itinerant"; invited to Northampton, traveled thru NE