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5 Matching questions

  1. Ben Franklin
  2. Metacom's War
  3. Proclamation of 1763
  4. Fundamental Constitutions of Carolina
  5. Charles II and Restoration
  1. a period when an English monarch won back his position as king and the British monarchy was reestablished
  2. b conflict with Native Americans that began with the murder of a British-Native spy, resulted in massive casualties
  3. c working-class colonist who wrote Poor Richard's Almanac and eventually became prolific inventor, scientist, and politician, involved in the American Enlightenment
  4. d document written by John Locke outlining the nobility of Carolina
  5. e passed by George III to keep colonists from moving west into native lands to prevent further war, designated a line between colonies and native lands

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. general who lead British forces against French general Louis-Joseph de Montcalm at Quebec
  2. act designed to control currency circulation in the colonies to protect British merchants from receiving depreciated (less-valued) money
  3. general, philanthropist, and founder of Georgia, tried to establish a Utopian society, eventually crumbled
  4. vigilante mob that massacred many Native Americans in response to what they thought was poor defense from natives and increased tensions from French/Indian War
  5. first Prime Minister of England, served under George I and George II, followed salutary neglect

5 True/False questions

  1. Sir Edmund Androshead of the Dominion of New England, dissolved colonial assemblies, enforced taxes, and tried to take on Puritans

          

  2. Stono Rebellionslave rebellion that resulted from slaves being directly imported to Carolina, Carolina put down rebellion and enacted legislation restricting slaves and bringing slaves directly from Africa

          

  3. Pontiac's Rebellionrebellion of Native Americans all across the frontier against British forts, ended with a peace treaty where the British could house redcoats in forts in exchange for trade

          

  4. George Whitefieldslave rebellion that resulted from slaves being directly imported to Carolina, Carolina put down rebellion and enacted legislation restricting slaves and bringing slaves directly from Africa

          

  5. Jonathan Edwardsvigilante mob that massacred many Native Americans in response to what they thought was poor defense from natives and increased tensions from French/Indian War