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  1. Stono Rebellion
  2. Sir Edmund Andros
  3. Fort Duquesne/Pitt
  4. Albany Plan of Union
  5. James Oglethorpe
  1. a general, philanthropist, and founder of Georgia, tried to establish a Utopian society, eventually crumbled
  2. b plan to establish a supreme governor of the colonies, supported by the Crown, with an assembly of 48 which would deal with native issues in the frontier and levy taxes to support itself
  3. c slave 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
  4. d head of the Dominion of New England, dissolved colonial assemblies, enforced taxes, and tried to take on Puritans
  5. e fort at the convergence of the Allegheny and Monongahela rivers, present-day Pittsburg, taken over by British and changed name

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. period when an English monarch won back his position as king and the British monarchy was reestablished
  2. act designed to control currency circulation in the colonies to protect British merchants from receiving depreciated (less-valued) money
  3. violent uprising in North Carolina when colonists were unhappy with corrupt officials, colonists took up arms to officials
  4. document written by John Locke outlining the nobility of Carolina
  5. rebellion when a German immigrant to NYC led the militia to control NYC until the Crown had the leader executed (however he was later exonerated)

5 True/False questions

  1. Halfway Covenantviolent uprising in North Carolina when colonists were unhappy with corrupt officials, colonists took up arms to officials

          

  2. Duke of York/James IIworking-class colonist who wrote Poor Richard's Almanac and eventually became prolific inventor, scientist, and politician, involved in the American Enlightenment

          

  3. Sir Robert Walpolefirst Prime Minister of England, served under George I and George II, followed salutary neglect

          

  4. Gen. James Wolfegeneral who lead British forces against French general Louis-Joseph de Montcalm at Quebec

          

  5. Declaration of RightsEnglish Bill of Rights which outlined inalienable rights that all English citizens were guaranteed